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    Sardar, Dwyer, Furste, Hauke among 276 for HIL players' auction
    New Delhi, Aug 24 : India captain Sardar Singh, five-time world hockey player of the year Jamie Dwyer of Australia, talismanic German midfielders Moritz Furste and Tobias Hauke will be among the 276 players who will be part of the Hockey India League (HIL) players' auction to be held here on ...

    Hockey India League players' auction on September 17
    New Delhi, Aug 21 : The players' auction of the fourth edition of the Hockey India League (HIL) will be held here on September 17.

    UP Wizards retain Sreejesh, Raghunath, Ockenden
    Lucknow, Aug 13 : Hockey India League (HIL) franchise Uttar Pradesh Wizards on Thursday retained experienced goalkeeper P.R. Sreejesh, V.R. Raghunath, Ramandeep Singh and two seasoned overseas players -- Australian Eddie Ockenden and Dutchman Wouter Jolie for the next two editions.

    Dabang Mumbai retain defender Harmanpreet, release striker Boon
    Mumbai, Aug 12 : Hockey India League (HIL) franchise Dabang Mumbai retained Indian defender Harmanpreet Singh, Irish goalkeeper David Harte and Australian defender Jeremy Hayward but released Belgian forward Tom Boon from its squad for the next two editions of the tournament on Wednesday.

    Punjab Warriors release Dwyer, retain Knowles, Sunil
    New Delhi, Aug 11 : Hockey India League (HIL) franchise Jaypee Punjab Warriors on Tuesday retained the services of talismanic Australian captain and Indian star striker S.V. Sunil for the next two editions but released five-time world player of the year Jamie Dwyer and Sandeep Singh.

    Hockey India slaps nine-month ban on Gurbaj Singh for 'indiscipline'
    New Delhi, Aug 10 : Veteran player Gurbaj Singh has been suspended for nine months by Hockey India after being charged with creating disharmony within the team.

    Indian hockey player Gurbaj banned for 9 months
    New Delhi, Aug 10 : Hockey India (HI) on Monday imposed a nine-month ban on midfielder Gurbaj Singh for indiscipline and misbehaviour.

    HIL side Waveriders releases Sardar, retains Child, Yuvraj
    New Delhi, Aug 10 : Hockey India League (HIL) franchise Delhi Waveriders on Monday retained three overseas players and three young Indian talents for the next two editions, releasing others, including talismanic captain Sardar Singh.

    HIL side Kalinga Lancers retains five players
    Bhubaneswar, Aug 9 : Hockey India League (HIL) franchise Kalinga Lancers on Sunday retained young Indian players -- Lalit Upadhyay (USD 30,000), Devindar Sunil Walimiki (USD 35,000) and Gurjinder Singh (USD 50,000) -- for the next two editions.

    Ranchi Rays retain Jackson for USD 95,000
    New Delhi, Aug 7 : Hockey India League (HIL) defending champions Ranchi Rays on Friday retained their captain Ashley Jackson of England for a whopping USD 95,000 for another two seasons.

    Oltmans confirmed as Indian hockey chief coach
    New Delhi, July 25 : Following the unceremonious ouster of Dutchman Paul van Ass, his compatriot and Hockey India (HI) director high performance Roelant Oltmans was on Saturday confirmed as the chief coach of the Indian team.

    Oltmans confirmed as Indian hockey chief coach
    New Delhi, July 25 : Following the ouster of Paul van Ass, Hockey India (HI) on Saturday formally appointed its High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans as the chief coach of the men's national team.

    'Indian hockey chief coach van Ass not returning'
    New Delhi, July 24 : Indian hockey chief coach Paul van Ass, who has been claiming that he has been sacked, is not "returning", Olympian Haribinder Singh, chairman of the Hockey India (HI)-formed special committee to review the men and women teams' performance, revealed after a meeting here on ...

    Hockey coach van Ass claims being 'fired', Batra denies
    New Delhi, July 20 : India chief coach Paul van Ass on Monday claimed that he has been sacked by Hockey India (HI), but its president Narinder Batra maintained there has been no termination of the Dutchman's contract and a decision in the matter will be taken this weekend.

    I've been sacked: Paul Van Ass
    New Delhi, July 20 : Indian Hockey team coach Paul Van Ass on Monday said he has been sacked from his post by the Hockey India (HI).

    Hockey India president refutes reports of Van Ass' sacking
    New Delhi, July 20 : Hockey India president Narinder Batra on Monday refuted reports that hockey chief coach Paul Van Ass has been sacked from his position.

    Hockey India 'fires' chief coach van Ass
    New Delhi, July 20 : India chief coach Paul van Ass on Monday claimed that he has been sacked by Hockey India (HI) following an on-field altercation with its president Narinder Batra during the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final earlier this month in Antwerp.

    Hockey India sacks Paul Van Ass as chief coach: reports
    New Delhi, July 20 : Paul Van Ass has reportedly been sacked from his position as the chief coach of the Hockey India. However, the sport's governing body hasn't disclosed any reason for the Dutchman's expulsion.

    Hockey India has fired me: Paul van Ass
    New Delhi, July 20 : Indian hockey chief coach Paul van Ass on Monday said he has been sacked by Hockey India (HI).

    Koshy, RP Singh, Norman get AHF appointments
    New Delhi, July 20 : Hockey India (HI) members Mariamma Koshy, R.P. Singh and Elena Norman were on Monday appointed committee members of the Asian Hockey Federation (AHF).

    Hockey India to evaluate teams' performances
    New Delhi, July 19 : As part of its preparation for the 2016 Olympics, Hockey India (HI) will evaluate the performance of the national teams in the recently held Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Finals in Antwerp.

    HIL franchises allowed to retain up to six players
    New Delhi, July 13 : With the players auction slated to take place in September, the Hockey India League (HIL) on Monday confirmed that the six existing franchises have the option to retain up to three domestic and three international players from their previous squad.

    Devindar awarded Rs.1 lakh for scoring goal on debut
    New Delhi, June 22 : Hockey India (HI) on Monday awarded Devindar Walmiki Rs.1 lakh for scoring a goal on his international debut, helping his side beat France 3-2 in their Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final opener here on Sunday.

    Indian hockey team matches on Star Sports till 2018
    New Delhi, June 19 : Hockey India (HI) on Friday announced that the telecast rights of the Hockey India League (HIL) and all international matches with Indian teams has been extended with Star Sports for a period of another three years, from 2016 to 2018.

    Indian women's hockey team announced for World League Semi-Final
    New Delhi, May 25 : Hockey India (HI) on Monday announced an 18-member national women's team for the Hockey World League Semi-Final to be played in Antwerp, Belgium, from June 20 to July 4.

    Hockey India recommends Sardar for Khel Ratna
    New Delhi, May 8 : Hockey India (HI) on Friday recommended the national men's team captain Sardar Singh for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratan Award.

    J and K, Nagaland join HI, call for IOA meet
    New Delhi, May 2 : Two days after Hockey India (HI) demanded a no-confidence motion against Indian Olympic Association (IOA) president N. Ramachandran, the Olympic associations of Jammu and Kashmir (J and K) and Nagaland on Saturday asked for a Special General Body Meeting (SBGM) to be called ...

    Augmented Indian hockey squad selected for Japan series
    New Delhi, April 30 : Unlike previous times, Hockey India (HI) on Thursday selected a 24-member squad that will be taking on Japan in a bilateral series to be played in Bhubaneswar from May 3 to 9.

    Ritu to lead Indian hockey team in Hawke's Bay Cup
    New Delhi, March 31 : Hockey India (HI) on Tuesday announced an 18-member national women's team led by Ritu Rani for the Hawke's Bay Cup to be held in New Zealand from April 11 to 19.

    Birendra, Vandana best hockey players, Balbir Sr. gets lifetime award
    Melbourne, March 28 : Defender Birendra Lakra and striker Vandana Kataria were on Saturday named the "Players of Year" in the male and female category respectively, while three-time Olympic gold medallist Balbir Singh Sr. got the "Lifetime Achievement" award at the inaugural Hockey India (HI) ...

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