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India not to bid for 2024 Olympics, PM didn't propose it: Thomas Bach

India not to bid for 2024 Olympics, PM didn't propose it: Thomas Bach

27 Apr 2015

New Delhi: International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach on Monday laid to rest speculations about India's possible bid for 2024 Olympics, saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not propose it in their meeting here.

India,   International Olympic Committee,   Thomas Bach,   PM Modi,   Olympic Games,   Latest Sports News ,  
PM seeks IOC help to make India hub of sports infrastructure

PM seeks IOC help to make India hub of sports infrastructure

27 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday sought the support of International Olympic Committee (IOC) in making India a hub of sports infrastructure and sports equipment manufacturing as its President Thomas Bach met him here.

PM Modi,   International Olympic Committee,   IOC,   Thomas Bach,   Yemen,   Sports Infrastructure,   Latest Nation News ,  
No move to bar Mary Kom from <strong>Olympic</strong> <strong>trials</strong> for missing National camp: Boxing India

No move to bar Mary Kom from Olympic trials for missing National camp: Boxing India

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Rubbishing reports that Olympic bronze-medallist M C Mary Kom could be barred from the trials for the Olympic qualifiers, Boxing India on Thursday said the veteran is not under any compulsion to attend the national camp and has been granted permission to train individually.

Mary Kom,   Boxing,   Rio Olympics,   Olympics,   India,   Latest sports news,   Latest news,  
IOC chief arrives tomorrow, to meet PM Modi

IOC chief arrives tomorrow, to meet PM Modi

25 Apr 2015

New Delhi: International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach arrives here on Sunday for his one-day whirlwind visit and is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday to discuss ways to take Indian sports forward amid speculation that the country might bid for 2024 Olympics.

International Olympic Committee,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   2024 Olympics,   Indian Olympic Association,   latest sports news,  
Saina Nehwal, P V Sindhu ousted from Badminton Asia Championships

Saina Nehwal, P V Sindhu ousted from Badminton Asia Championships

24 Apr 2015

Wuhan (China): The Indian challenge at the $200,000 Badminton Asia Championships came to an end following the women's singles quarterfinal losses of Saina Nehwal and P.V. Sindhu here on Friday.

Saina Nehwal,   P V Sindhu,   Badminton Asia Championships,   Olympic,   latest sports news,  
<strong>Olympic</strong> long jump champion Maurren Maggi to retire

Olympic long jump champion Maurren Maggi to retire

20 Apr 2015

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil's Olympic long-jump gold medallist Maurren Maggi has announced she will retire at the end of the year.The 38-year-old said injuries and poor form had forced her to abort her dream of competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, reports Xinhua.

Olympic,   Maurren Maggi,   long jump,   champion,   Rio de Janeiro,   Brazil,   latest sports news,  
Delhi Dynamos conduct open <strong>trials</strong>

Delhi Dynamos conduct open trials

11 Apr 2015

New Delhi: As part its grassroots programme, Indian Super League (ISL) football franchise Delhi Dynamos on Saturday held open trials for children in the age group 11-13 from April 11 onwards.

Indian Super League,   ISL,   football franchise,   Delhi Dynamos,   Latest News,  
Saina Nehwal, P V Sindhu win; Parupalli Kashyap loses in Asia Championship

Saina Nehwal, P V Sindhu win; Parupalli Kashyap loses in Asia Championship

23 Apr 2015

Wuhan (China): World No. 1 Saina Nehwal started her campaign with a hard-fought win, while P V Sindhu too continued her rampaging run but it was curtains for top men's shuttler Parupalli Kashyap at the USD 200,000 Badminton Asia Championship here on Thursday.

Saina Nehwal,   P V Sindhu,   Parupalli Kashyap,   Badminton Asia Championship,   Olympic,   Latest Sports news,  
<strong>Olympic</strong> course designer hopes golf wins in Rio Games

Olympic course designer hopes golf wins in Rio Games

19 Apr 2015

Far Hills: Gil Hanse designed the course that will stage the return of golf to the Olympics in 2016 for the first time in 112 years and knows the stakes are high for the sport.

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Young Indian swimmers training in South Africa with eye on 2020 Games

Young Indian swimmers training in South Africa with eye on 2020 Games

21 Apr 2015

Mumbai: With an eye on the 2020 Olympic Games, seven young Indian swimmers have reached South Africa to train under renowned coach Graham Hill as part of the JSW Sports Excellence Programme.

Indian swimmers,   training,   2020 Olympic Games,   Graham Hill,   Latest sports news,  

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