[The Hindu] - National silver medallist Sangram Dahiya continued his good form in the selection trials to book a place in the Indian squad and join the elite club of Asian Games gold medallist Ronjan Sodhi and Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore.
[The Hindu] - While Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore shot 138 (43, 47, 48), Asian Games gold medallist and Olympic quota place holder Ronjan Sodhi shot 136, two points below what he had accomplished on way to the fourth place in the National
[Daily Mail] - Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore finished with a final score of 138, while Sangram Dahiya will be the third member of the National 'A' Team for this year's World Cup series with a score of Sodhi said when the round got over and he knew he had made it
[Daily Mail] - Prabhu Singh Rathore's promotion, several retired army personnel have come out to oppose the government's move to appoint him as the boss of the force's legal arm - the judge advocate general (JAG). Col (retd) PN Chaturvedi, releasing documents related
[Indian Express] - The band — with Atanu Gautam on lead and rhythm guitars, Rakshit Thantaoi on bass, Ajit Singh Rathore on percussion and Brince Bora on keys, harmonium and tribal flute — will release their debut album in May, which will be available for free download.
[Indian Express] - All of 12, Manavaditya, Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore's son, won a bronze medal in trap at the junior division of the National Shooting Championships. The sense of achievement was evident on the dad's face. “I started when I was 28 and he started as