Jagbir Singh (born 20 February 1965) the former Indian field hockey Centre Forward represented India in two Olympics (1988 & 1992), 1990 World Cup and was a leading light of the Indian team in all the major tournaments, for a decade, from 1985–95, including two Asian Games (1986 & 1990), the 1989 Asia Cup & Champions trophy. He was awarded the Arjuna Award for hockey by the Government of India in 1990,"Laxman Award" in 2004 & highest civilian samman "Yash Bharti Award" for the year 2015-16 by the (Government of Uttar Pradesh)

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  • Jagbir Singh (born 20 February 1965) the former Indian field hockey Centre Forward represented India in two Olympics (1988 & 1992), 1990 World Cup and was a leading light of the Indian team in all the major tournaments, for a decade, from 1985–95, including two Asian Games (1986 & 1990), the 1989 Asia Cup & Champions trophy. He was awarded the Arjuna Award for hockey by the Government of India in 1990,"Laxman Award" in 2004 & highest civilian samman "Yash Bharti Award" for the year 2015-16 by the (Government of Uttar Pradesh) (en)
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  • Jagbir Singh (born 20 February 1965) the former Indian field hockey Centre Forward represented India in two Olympics (1988 & 1992), 1990 World Cup and was a leading light of the Indian team in all the major tournaments, for a decade, from 1985–95, including two Asian Games (1986 & 1990), the 1989 Asia Cup & Champions trophy. He was awarded the Arjuna Award for hockey by the Government of India in 1990,"Laxman Award" in 2004 & highest civilian samman "Yash Bharti Award" for the year 2015-16 by the (Government of Uttar Pradesh) (en)
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