AAI 44th All India Inter-Institutional Table Tennis Championships 2014
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New Delhi, August 22: At 10-9 serving for the championship point, G. Sathiyan must have had his foot in the mouth. Luckily, the rally yielded him the last point which came off a backhand flick. It was very badly needed as Sathiyan had goofed it up in the previous game-he missed two championships point-while allowing Soumyajit Ghosh save six.

 

Thus Sathiyan, a Youth Boys and national ranking champion, graduated to the next level to bocame the men’s

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New Delhi, August 21: The Petroleum Sports Promotion Board’s G. Sathiyan was on a roll in the AAI 44th Inter-Institutional Table Tennis Championships being played here at the Tyagraj Stadium. Picking up from where he left off in the second round on Wednesday night against RSPB’s G. Vinod, he made a smooth entry into the semifinals, beating PSPB rival Lalrin Puia 4-0.

 

Continuing the trend, three other PSPB paddlers joined Sathiyan in the semi

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New Delhi, August 20: The Petroleum Sports Promotion Board’s Sudhanshu Grover, Air India’s Mallika Bhandarkar and Airports Authority of India’s Ayhika Mukherjee were the three prominent and upcoming paddlers who failed to make the cut for the main draw in the AAI 44th Inter-Institutional Table Tennis Championships being played here at the Tyagraj Stadium today.

 

But for these upsets in group stages, all top players participating in the

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New Delhi, August 19: It is the Petroleum Sports Control Board (PSPB) that emerged victorious yet again. Both their men’s and women’s teams extended their reign over the two trophies for the nth time, without any threats-not even a perceived one-beating the Railways men and the Airports Authority of India women by an identical 3-0 margin in the AAI 44th Inter-Institutional Table Tennis Championships being played here at the Tyagraj Stadium.

 


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New Delhi, August 18: The Petroleum Sports Control Board (PSPB), both in the men and women’s sections, were just a step away from retaining their hold on the team trophies in the AAI 44th Inter-Institutional Table Tennis Championships being played here at the Tyagraj Stadium.

 

On Monday, PSPB’s men disposed of Central Revenue Sports Control Board (CRSCB) 3-0 in the first semifinal while in the second, the Railways huffed and puffed before bea

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