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Compensation should be given to seriously affected clinical trial patients: SC

Compensation should be given to seriously affected clinical trial patients: SC

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to submit details of the number of deaths and severe adverse effects (SAEs) caused to people during the clinical trials.

Supreme Court,   SC ruling on clinical trials,   clinical trials on poor people,   pharma companies,   clinical trial on people,   Swasthya Adhikar Manch,  
Shyam Kakara storms into semis of Word Boxing Championships, assured of <strong>Olympic</strong> berth

Shyam Kakara storms into semis of Word Boxing Championships, assured of Olympic berth

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Left in disarray due to international termination, Indian boxing had reason to cheer as Shyam Kakara (49kg) booked a ticket to this year's Youth Olympics besides assuring himself of a medal by entering the World Youth Championships semifinals in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Shyam Kakara,   Shyam Kakara boxing,   Word Boxing Championships,   Youth Boxing Championships,   Olympic boxing,   Indian boxers ,  
Bidding begins for Rio 2016 <strong>Olympic</strong> Games projects

Bidding begins for Rio 2016 Olympic Games projects

19 Apr 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil's southeast city of Rio de Janeiro has opened bidding for two infrastructure projects in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympic Games, authorities said.

Rio 2016,   Olympic Games projects,   rio Olympic,   Olympic projects,   Olympic projects bidding,  
Vietnam not to host 2019 Asian Games

Vietnam not to host 2019 Asian Games

18 Apr 2014

Hanoi: Vietnam said on Friday it had decided against hosting the 2019 Asian Games for financial reasons, and was exploring procedures to withdraw from staging the region's largest sporting event.

Asian Games,   Olympic Committee,   Vietnam Asian Games,   Asian Games 2019,   ASIAD,  
Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pak hockey team

Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh to coach Pak hockey team

17 Apr 2014

Karachi: In a bid to pull Pakistan out of their recent slump, the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has appointed Olympian Shahnaz Shaikh as the senior team’s coach.

Shahnaz Shaikh,   Pakistan,   hockey team,   World Cup,   Asia Cup,   Olympic gold medal,  
Manavjit pips <strong>Olympic</strong> champion Diamond to clinch gold at Shotgun World Cup

Manavjit pips Olympic champion Diamond to clinch gold at Shotgun World Cup

12 Apr 2014

New Delhi: India's Manavjit Singh Sandhu produced some excellent shooting to clinch the men's trap gold medal ahead of two-time Olympic champion Michael Diamond at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Tucson, USA.

Manavjit Singh,   Manavjit shooting,   Manavjit shotgun,   Shotgun World Cup,   Indian shooters,   Manavjit gold ,  
Australia's former <strong>Olympic</strong> champion Rice retires

Australia's former Olympic champion Rice retires

09 Apr 2014

Sydney: Australia's triple Olympic gold medallist Stephanie Rice announced her retirement from competitive swimming at the age of 25 on Wednesday.

Stephanie Rice,   Olympic champion,   Stephanie Rice retirement,   Olympic gold medallist,   swimming champion,  
Blake beats Bolt again to secure <strong>Jamaican</strong> sprint double

Blake beats Bolt again to secure Jamaican sprint double

02 Jul 2012

Yohan Blake set himself up as the man to beat in London with a stunning 200 meters victory, beating world record holder Usain Bolt for a second time in three days to bring the Jamaican Olympic trials to an explosive conclusion on Sunday.

Yohan Blake,   Usain Bolt,   Jamaican Olympic trials,   London Olympics 2012,  
Bolt, Blake set up rematch to close <strong>trials</strong>

Bolt, Blake set up rematch to close trials

01 Jul 2012

Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake cruised through their 200 metres semi-finals on Saturday to set up another rematch and an explosive finish to the Jamaican Olympic trials.

Usain Bolt,   Yohan Blake,   200 metres,   Jamaican Olympic trials,  
Bolt, Blake and Powell on cruise control at <strong>trials</strong>

Bolt, Blake and Powell on cruise control at trials

29 Jun 2012

Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and Asafa Powell cruised through their 100 metres quarter-final heats with ease at the Jamaican Olympic trials on Thursday, to leave sprinting's big three on course for a tantalizing final.

Usain Bolt,   Yohan Blake,   Asafa Powell,   Jamaican Olympic trials,  

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