Geethu Anna Rahul: "I want to be a role model for other youngsters."
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Vishesh Bhriguvanshi: “I never imagined I’ll be leading the national team.”
Pratham Singh: “My teammates are like my family.”
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    FIBA World Cup Qualifiers Draw Announced

    India will be competing in the Asian region, and in the first round of qualifying has been drawn in Group C along with Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan.

  • Basketball for All!
    Basketball for All!

    In a historic decision, FIBA allows use of turbans, hijabs, and kippah

  • Preparations underway!
    Preparations underway!

    As the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup fast approaches, the Senior India women’s team suited up yesterday to face the under 18 girls’ Karnataka squad in an exhibition warmup game

  • The stage is set!
    The stage is set!

    Team India placed with Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan and American Samoa after the Draw Ceremony held today

  • Mission Accomplished!
    Mission Accomplished!

    Team India remain unbeaten in the 5th SABA Championship and complete a historic five-peat. The win also ensured qualification in the upcoming FIBA Asia Cup in Lebanon from 8-20 August

  • Junior Nationals 2017
    Junior Nationals 2017

    Tamil Nadu girls; Punjab boys are Junior National Champs!

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Month

 

Edition

 

Hosting City

 

Hosting State

 

Men

 

 

Women

  

Winners

Runners up

Winners

Runners up

Pre-Independence

1934

 

1

New Delhi

Delhi

Punjab

 

 

 

1935

 

2

Lahore

Punjab

Punjab

 

 

 

1936

 

3

Calcutta

Bengal

Bengal

 

 

 

1940

 

4

Bombay

Maharashtra

Bengal

 

 

 

1944

 

5

Patiala

Punjab

Punjab

 

 

 

1946

 

6

Bengaluru

Mysore

Mysore

 

 

 

Post- Independence

1948

 

1

Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh

Mysore

 

 

 

1950

 

2

Bombay

Maharashtra

Rajasthan

 

 

 

1951

 

3

Ludhiana

Punjab

Punjab

Mysore

 

 

1952

February

4

Madras

Madras

Madras

 

 

 

1952

December

5

Bengaluru

Mysore

 

 

West Bengal

 

1953

March

6

New Delhi

Delhi

Mysore

PEPSU

 

 

1953

December

7

Calcutta

West Bengal

Mysore

Services

West Bengal

 

1955

 

8

Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh

Mysore

 

Hyderabad

 

1956

 

9

Trivandrum

Kerala

Mysore

Delhi

West Bengal

 

1957

 

10

Patiala

Punjab

Services

Mysore

West Bengal

 

1958

 

11

Bengaluru

Mysore

Services

Mysore

West Bengal

Mysore

1959

 

12

Madras

Tamil Nadu

Services

Mysore

West Bengal

Mysore

1960

 

13

Jaipur

Rajasthan

Services

Mysore

West Bengal

Mysore

1961

 

14

Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh

Services

Mysore

West Bengal

Mysore

1963

May

15

Bengaluru

Mysore

Services

Mysore

Mysore

West Bengal

1963

December

16

Calcutta

West Bengal

Services

Railways

West Bengal

West Bengal

1964

 

17

Cuttack

Orissa

Services

Mysore

West Bengal

Delhi

1965-66

 

18

Coimbatore

Tamil Nadu

Services

Railways

West Bengal

Maharashtra

1966

January

19

Bombay

Maharashtra

Services

Railways

West Bengal

West Bengal

1968

December

20

Jabalpur

Madhya Pradesh

Services

Railways

Maharashtra

West Bengal

1969

 

21

Calcutta

West Bengal

Services

Railways

Maharashtra

Kerala

1970

 

22

Agra

Uttar Pradesh

Services

Rajasthan

West Bengal

Maharashtra

1972

January

23

Ernakulam

Kerala

Services

Rajasthan

West Bengal

Maharashtra

1972

December

24

Pune(SSBC)

Maharashtra

Services

Railways

Maharashtra

West Bengal

1973

 

25

Madras

Tamil Nadu

Services

Railways

Delhi

Mysore

1974

 

26

New Delhi

Delhi

Services

Railways

West Bengal

Karnataka

1976

January

27

Calcutta

West Bengal

Services

Railways

Maharashtra

West Bengal

1977

January

28

Bengaluru

Karnataka

Services

Raileays

Maharashtra

Karnataka

1977

December

29

Jamshedpur

Bihar

Services

Bihar

Maharashtra

Delhi

1979

January

30

Kottayam

Kerala

Services

Punjab

Punjab

Karnataka

1979

December

31

Jaipur

Rajasthan

Services

Rajasthan

Punjab

Maharashtra

1980

December

32

Indore

Madhya Pradesh

Services

Rajasthan

Punjab

Maharashtra

1982

Febuary

33

Ludhiana

Punjab

Services

Rajasthan

Punjab

Maharashtra

1982

December

34

Jamshedpur

Bihar

Services

Rajasthan

Punjab

Kerala

1983

 

35

Calicut

Kerala

Punjab

Rajasthan

Punjab

Railways

1984-85

 

36

Cuttack

Orissa

Rajasthan

Punjab

Kerala

Punjab

1986

Febuary

37

Calcutta

West Bengal

Services

Rajasthan

Railways

Karnataka

1986

December

38

Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh

Rajasthan

Tamil Nadu

Railways

Kerala

1987

 

39

Mysore

Karnataka

Railways

Services

Railways

Railways

1988

 

40

Jamshedpur

Bihar

Railways

Services

Railways

Punjab

1990

 

41

Calcutta

West Bengal

Railways

Services

Railways

Punjab

1991

 

42

Trivandrum

Kerala

Railways

Services

Railways

Punjab

1992

 

43

Bengaluru

Karnataka

Tamil Nadu

Railways

Railways

Punjab

1993

 

44

Cochin

Kerala

Railways

Tamil Nadu

Railways

Maharashtra

1994

 

45

Ludhiana

Punjab

Punjab

Bihar

Railways

Punjab

1995

 

46

Jamshedpur

Bihar

Punjab

Bihar

Railways

Maharashtra

1996

 

47

Calcutta

West Bengal

Tamil Nadu

Punjab

Railways

West Bengal

1998

January

48

Ludhiana

Punjab

Bihar

Punjab

Railways

Maharashtra

1999

March

49

Jaipur

Rajasthan

Punjab

Bihar

Railways

Kerala

1999

December

50

Delhi

Delhi

Tamil Nadu

Bihar

Railways

Delhi

2001

January

51

Bengaluru

Karnataka

Tamil Nadu

Railways

Railways

Kerala

2002

5 - 12 March

52

Ludhiana

Punjab

Tamil Nadu

Punjab

Railways

Kerala

2003

25 Jan - 1 Feb

53

Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh

Tamil Nadu

Punjab

Delhi

Railways

2003-04

26 Dec - 2 Jan

54

Cuttack

Orissa

Tamil Nadu

Kerala

Railways

Delhi

2004-05

26 Dec - 2 Jan

55

Ludhiana

Punjab

Uttaranchal

Punjab

Railways

Tamil Nadu

2005-06

28 Dec - 4 Jan

56

Pune

Maharashtra

Railways

Punjab

Railways

Delhi

2007-08

28 Dec - 4 Jan

57

Jaipur

Rajasthan

Services

Kerala

Railways

Delhi

2007

21 - 28 December

58

Pondicherry

Pondicherry

Services

Punjab

Railways

Delhi

2009

January

59

Surat

Gujarat

Railways

Tamil Nadu

Railways

Delhi

2009-10

27 Dec- 3 Jan

60

Ludhiana

Punjab

Railways

Punjab

Railways

Delhi

2010-11

28 Dec - 4 Jan

61

New Delhi

Delhi

Railways

Services

Railways

Delhi

2011

16 - 24 December

62

Chennai

Tamil Nadu

Punjab

Tamil Nadu

Railways

Chhattisgarh

2012-13

28 Dec - 4 Jan

63

Ludhiana

Punjab

Uttarakhand

Punjab

Railways

Tamil Nadu

2014

26 Feb – 6 March

64

New Delhi

Delhi

Tamil Nadu

Punjab

Chhattisgarh

Railways

2014-15

29 Dec- 4 Jan

 

65

Bhilwara

Rajasthan

Uttarakhand

Tamil Nadu

Chhattisgarh

Delhi

2015-16

9 - 16 Jan

 

Mysuru

Karnataka

Services

Uttarakhand

Indian Railways

Kerala

 

 

 

 

 

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BRICS Games 2017

17-21 June, Guangzhou, China

 

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India finish 4th at the BRICS Games 2017, after losing to Russia and South Africa, concluding their exposure tournament in China.

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Amjyot Singh Gill led the Indian team with 26 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists.

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