Latest News Comments Old News





RSS

Latest News of Indian Sports & State Awards:
For old news of indian awards & sports, please click in the sub-menu navigation bar above

Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  Next  Last



Sep 10, 2013 CBI names Srinivasan as accused in Jagan DA case: "Srinivasan was charged with investing Rs 140 crore in Carmel Asia Holdings Ltd and Bharati Cements Ltd."
Sep 7, 2013 Web campaign to save Indian sport gains big support: ""Today, I am pained to see India's Olympic dreams shattered because of corruption,""
Sep 7, 2013 IOA chief launches personal attack on Olympic gold medallist Bindra: "It's a new low in the battle to clean up Indian sports as the Indian Olympic Association president Abhay Chautala, who is convicted in the Teachers Recruitment scam in Haryana, has launched a vicious personal attack on India's only individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra, saying if Bindra has a problem with tainted officials he should throw his father out of the house."
Sep 7, 2013 Has IS Bindra forced the BCCI to expel him?: "Inderjit Singh Bindra has been a major irritant for the current BCCI regime for a while now. Unquestionably the lone voice of dissent during board meetings, Bindra has been voicing his dissent at the way things are being run by the powers-that-be in the board. However, as CNN-IBN has learnt, the septuagenarian might soon be on his way out of the Board. Indications are that the former IAS officer now faces a strong possibility of being banished by the board he once presided over."
Sep 5, 2013 Olympics: India faces ban?: "CNN-IBN's editor-in-chief, Rajdeep Sardesai speaks with Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra and IOA vice-president Tarlochan Singh over the ongoing tussle between IOC and IOA."
Sep 5, 2013 Defiant IOA cornered on ethics clause by IOC: "India's sports administrators are fast running out of escape routes as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has refused to back down from its insistence on a basic standard of governance and if the IOA stays defiant a dark future looms."
Sep 5, 2013 India's Olympic exile to continue?: "It's a massive blow to india hopes of returning back into the Olympics. The IOC has maintained its tough stand saying that the contentious chargsheet clause has to be accepted by the IOA before it can conduct elections. The proposed clause bars chargesheeted officials from holding any IOA post. IOA had refused accept IOC'S chargesheet clause on tainted officials."
Aug 25, 2013 France 24: India in a fix over IOC's ethics diktat: "Kalmadi, a lawmaker of the ruling Congress party, and Bhanot were both charged with misappropriation of funds and bribery in awarding contracts for the Games."
Aug 25, 2013 आईओए ने दागियो को बचाने की बिसात बिछाई: "दागी पदाधिकारियों और अन्य अनियमिताओं के कारण अंतरराष्ट्रीय ओलंपिक परिषद् की सम्बद्धता खो बैठे भारतीय ओलंपिक संघ ने एक आपात बैठक में ऐसे प्रस्ताव पास किये हैं जो अगर मान लिए गए तो दागी पदाधिकारियों के लिए रास्ता खुला रखेंगे."
Aug 24, 2013 IOA set to ignore IOC directive to bar corruption-tainted officials: "It may put India’s return to the Olympic fold in jeopardy but the suspended IOA’s General Body Meeting here tomorrow is all set to ignore the IOC’s directive to bar chargesheeted officials from contesting elections through constitutional amendments."
Aug 24, 2013 Arjuna awardee's family wants to sell medal for money: "He was named “the flying horse” after he beat “flying Sikh" and Padma awardee Milkha Singh in the 1962 National Games. But he was soon written off and died in abject poverty a decade ago. He was Arjuna awardee Makhan Singh."
Aug 18, 2013 Keep the tainted officials out: IOC to IOA: "The International Olympic Committee has warned the Indian Olympic Association after it objects to the clause about chargesheeted officials holding on to posts."
Aug 14, 2013 Controversy hits Khel Ratna awards: "Storm is brewing after Ronjan Sodhi's name was recommended for Khel Ratna. Krishna Poonia and Paraolympic silver medalist H N Girisha who were in contention for top sporting award are angry over the decision of the awards committee."
Aug 13, 2013 पूर्व ओलंपियन असलम शेर खान बोले, खेल रत्न और पद्म श्री में भी होता है भ्रष्टाचार: "पूर्व ओलंपियन और कांग्रेस के नेता असलम शेरखान ने आरोप लगाया है कि देश में खेल के बड़े पुरस्कार सिफारिश और भ्रष्टाचार के बिना नहीं मिलते है."
Jul 31, 2013 Is the BCCI trying to hide the truth?: "The Bombay High Court on Tuesday termed the probe panel appointed to investigate the IPL 6 spot-fixing scandal as 'illegal and unconstitutional'."
Jul 30, 2013 IPL spotfixing: Players' modus operandi: "On 15th May 2013, the nation was left absolutely shell shocked, when the Delhi police revealed the secret codes of fixing spots in the Indian Premier League. Absolutely undeniable proof of manipulation, a series of secret codes to fix spots. But these players were just pawns in the hand of the underworld don, Dawood Ibrahim."
Jul 30, 2013 BCCI's investigation an eyewash?: "TIMES NOW has accessed Sanjay Jagdale and Ajay Shirke's letters which confirms the illegality of the probe panel constituted by the BCCI. Both letters raises questions on formation of probe panel. In the letters, both Jagdale and Shirke say they were not aware of a meeting to decide on probe panel members. Earlier on Tuesday (July 30), the Bombay HC called the probe panel illegal & unconstitutional."
Jul 30, 2013 How Dawood controlled 'IPL fixing racket'?: "It was underworld don Dawood Ibrahim who controlled cricket, sitting all the way in Dubai. From spotting players to negotiating with bookies and deciding payments, it was one man who single handedly called the shots. TIMES NOW gets you the sensational D-Company transcripts, which nails Dawood Ibrahim's role completely."
Jul 30, 2013 IPL chargesheet: Dawood named: "The Delhi Police on Tuesday (July 30) filed its voluminous charge sheet in a court here in the IPL spot-fixing case naming underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, his close aide Chhota Shakeel and some cricketers, including S Sreesanth, as accused while Rajasthan Royals' captain Rahul Dravid has been made a witness."
Jul 30, 2013 IPL scandal: N Srinivasan return scuttled?: "Just as the road to N Srinivasan's return to the BCCI appeared to be getting smoother, the Bombay High Court put in a huge roadblock in his way on Tuesday. Calling the two-man probe panel illegal and unconstituional, the court has left the board scrambling for a response, CNN-IBN sports bureau has the story."
Jul 25, 2013 How long can BCCI avoid RTI?: "A full bench comprising central information commissioners will conduct a hearing on the issue of BCCI and 29 other state associations coming under the RTI based on a complaint filed by an RTI activist. The hearing is scheduled to take place today (July 25) in New Delhi."
Jul 17, 2013 Modi attacks Cong over corruption, says CWG scam destroyed nation's image
Jul 8, 2013 End of the road for Suresh Kalmadi?: "Suresh Kalmadi was ousted as president of the Asian Athletics Association, losing the re-election bid to Qatar's Dahlan Jumaan Al-Hamad."
Jun 30, 2013 Athletics Fed backs Kalmadi: "He shamed the nation and is facing numerous cases of corruption. But a defiant Suresh Kalmadi is refusing to back down and is set to contest elections to continue his reign as the President of the Asian Athletics Association."
Jun 30, 2013 Suresh Kalmadi likely to make a comeback as AAA president: "Commonwealth Games (CWG) scam-tainted Suresh Kalmadi looks all set to make a comeback as the president of Asian Athletics Association. A crucial two-day meet of the Asian Athletics Association (AAA) is underway, which will vote on Kalmadi's re-election bid as the president of the continental body."
Jun 28, 2013 Suresh Kalmadi seeks re-election: "Tainted in the Commonwealth Games scam he might be, but a defiant Suresh Kalmadi will seek a re-election to the post of Asian Athletic Association's President for a third successive term."
Jun 26, 2013 Corrupt cricket tells us about how India goes about its business
Jun 6, 2013 CWG scam: CBI questions Kalmadi over Rs 71 crore contract: "The Central Bureau of Investigation on Thursday questioned former Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi in connection with an alleged illegal contract worth Rs 71 crore. The contract under scrutiny was awarded to a firm called Event Knowledge Service."
Jun 6, 2013 Vindoo says many politicians, their sons involved in betting
Jun 4, 2013 IPL: A league of extraordinarily corrupt ‘gentlemen’
Jun 4, 2013 Top BCCI officials resign: "It is a big blow to the BCCI as two top officials on Friday (May 31). Ajay Shirke, Treasurer and Sanjay Jagdale, Secretary called TIMES NOW to confirm their resignation from their respective post. This comes days after the wake of the spot-fixing scandal. There has been a chorus for the ouster of BCCI President N Srinivasan after his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan was accused of match fixing in the recent IPL series."
Jun 4, 2013 Businessman duped by Sree speaks out: "TIMES NOW accesses documents that reveal Sreesanth's company endorsed betting houses. Sreesanth's company's registration papers reveal his plan to open betting houses and now -- a businessman who promoted his products under the brand name s36 -- the name of Sreesanth's company -- speaks out."
Jun 4, 2013 Cricket, gamble, underworld & Bollywood: "A day after actor Vindoo Dara Singh who has been spotted on the stands with VVIPs during several big IPL games, was arrested, sources have said that Vindoo has confessed to his involvement with the betting syndicate in IPL 5 and current season. Mumbai police sources have said that close relatives of a big Bollywood star were in touch with Vindoo Dara Singh."
Jun 4, 2013 Sreesanth's company front for betting?: "Tainted cricket player S Sreesanth has been completely exposed. TIMES NOW accesses documents that reveal Sreesanth's company endorsed betting houses. Sreesanth's company's registration papers reveal his plan to open betting houses."
Jun 4, 2013 CSK boss directly linked to bookie?: "The complete expose is out on TIMES NOW as we today have found what could possibly be the first direct link to an IPL franchisee. Investigation into arrested Bollywood actor Vindoo's call records lead to Chennai Super Kings boss Gurunath Meiyappan, t..."
Jun 4, 2013 Revealed how bowlers are easy prey for bookies: "After TIMES NOW's investigation blew the lid off on how not overs but entire sessions in a match were being fixed, your channel gets you more exclusive details of how bookies target bowlers as they claim they are much easier to lure and fix matches. TIMES NOW exposes the three pronged attack used by bookies to lure players and the modus operandi used by them which included the use of honey traps to target bowlers and lure them into the spot fixing net."
Jun 4, 2013 Sreesanth's shopping spree: "Sreesanth bought designer clothes worth Rs 1.95 lakh in Mumbai in a single day and gifted a costly smartphone to his girlfriend using the money he allegedly got from spot-fixing in IPL matches, Delhi Police claimed on Tuesday (May 21) as it added criminal breach of trust charge against the pacer in the case."
Jun 4, 2013 Revealed: the warning of 2003 ignored: "After insider accounts, TIMES NOW brings a shocking fact- that the warning in 2003 about match fixing might have been ignored by the Mumbai police. Exclusively on TIMES NOW is the statement of D-Company boss Dawood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Kaskar in 2003 which named fixer Sunil Dubai. Dawood's brother also claimed that two top former Indian cricketers were in contact with Dawood's man Sharad Shetty. That was 2003 and this is 2013; so the question is- what stopped the Mumbai police from acting?"
Jun 4, 2013 Spot fixing: Tainted trio questioned again: "After their voice samples were recorded yesterday, the arrested cricketers have today been taken for finger printing before being produced in court. The custody of all three ends today and the Delhi police is likely to seek a further 5 day custody of the players. The players were in fact questioned once again this morning by the Delhi police special cell."
Jun 4, 2013 Spot fixing: Tainted trio questioned again: "After their voice samples were recorded yesterday, the arrested cricketers have today been taken for finger printing before being produced in court. The custody of all three ends today and the Delhi police is likely to seek a further 5 day custody of the players. The players were in fact questioned once again this morning by the Delhi police special cell."
Jun 4, 2013 IPL fixing hits B-town: Vindoo Dara Singh arrested: "IPL spot-fixing today stained Bollywood when police arrested Vindoo Randhawa, son of late wrestler-actor Dara Singh, for his alleged association with bookies, busting the first filmdom link to the scandal."
Jun 4, 2013 IPL: Mumbai Police says nine arrested will be interrogated: "Mumbai Police Joint Commissioner Himanshu Roy said that Alpesh Patel could help them find more links between the players and the bookies."
Jun 4, 2013 Sreesanth's clothes worth Rs 1.95 lakh recovered: "Police on Tuesday made recoveries from Rajasthan Royals player Sreesanth's friend's house in Jaipur, sources said. Sreesanth, who has been accused of spot-fixing at least three matches of Indian Premier League's sixth edition, took the police team to Jaipur and led them to the recoveries, they added."
Jun 4, 2013 IPL: Vindoo Dara Singh arrested for links with betting mafia: "Actor Vindoo Dara Singh was arrested on Tuesday by the Mumbai Police for links with IPL betting mafia. The actor, who was detained by the Crime branch in Mumbai on Monday night was formally arrested on Tuesday morning. According to sources, arrested bookie Ramesh Vyas named the actor while he was being interrogated in the IPL spot-fixing case."
Jun 4, 2013 Spot-fixing: Players, bookies sent to police custody: "A Delhi court on Tuesday remanded three players accused of spot-fixing in IPL to five-day police custody. Apart from the former Rajasthan Players Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, seven bookies were also sent to the police custody for the same time period."
Jun 4, 2013 Watch: Experts suggest ways to clean up cricket: "Watch experts like Harsha Bhogle and Kirti Azad speak on measures to clean up India's most loved sports - cricket."
Jun 4, 2013 Gurunath, Vindoo in judicial custody: "A local court in Mumbai today rejected the Mumbai crime branch's plea to extend the custody of CSK team principal Gurunath Meiyappan, Bollywood actor Vindoo Randhawa and two others arrested in the IPL betting case and remanded them in judicial custody till June 14."
Jun 4, 2013 Has cricket board reached an eyewash compromise instead of clean-up?: "CNN-IBN and its experts discuss the outcomes from a BCCI meeting in Chennai on Sunday. The most important development was the Indian board's appointment of Jagmohan Dalmiya as interim president."
Jun 4, 2013 CWG scam: CBI to grill Kalmadi?: "Nearly 3 years after TIMES NOW exposed his role in the CWG scam, the CBI finally prepares to turn the heat on tainted CWG chief Suresh Kalmadi."
Jun 4, 2013 Police invokes MCOCA against Sree: "Delhi Police has invoked stringent provisions of MCOCA against cricketer Sreesanth and 25 others arrested in the IPL spot-fixing scandal. Police sources said the stringent provisions of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) was invoked to strengthen the case against those involved in the spot-fixing scandal. Players Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan and 23 others were arrested from various places after Delhi Police intercepted telephone calls of those linked to the Mumbai underworld."
Jun 4, 2013 Custody of Sree, 22 others extended: "A court in New Delhi today extended till June 18 judicial custody of pacer S Sreesanth and 22 others in the IPL spot fixing case after Delhi Police informed it has invoked MCOCA provisions against them."
Jun 4, 2013 IPL spot-fixing: Dawood, Chhota Shakeel are suspects, say sources: "Sources in the Delhi Police on Tuesday said that underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his close aide Chhota Shakeel are suspects in the IPL spot-fixing case."
Jun 3, 2013 Corruption in Cricket Exposes India's Larger Failings
Jun 3, 2013 'BCCI arm-twisted SL to withdraw corruption report in 2010': "claiming that a BCCI official had arm-twisted the Sri Lankan board to withdraw a report which violated the anti corruption regulations during India's tour of Sri Lanka in 2010."
Jun 3, 2013 A nation in awe of cricket and scams
Jun 1, 2013 Spot-Fixing: Rajiv Shukla resigns as IPL Chairman
May 24, 2013 Watch: Bhupendra Chaubey explains the deadly mix of politics and cricket: "As the spot-fixing and betting scandal spreads, the focus is once again on the big names in Indian cricket. Politicians cutting across party lines have for years been cricket administrators."
May 24, 2013 IPL spot-fixing: CSK boss Gurunath Meiyappan arrested in Mumbai: "Chennai Super Kings owner Gurunath Meiyappan was arrested here late tonight for his alleged involvment in betting on IPL matches"
May 20, 2013 Hope BCCI doesn't bury corruption issue: Lalit Modi
May 20, 2013 Cricket’s tryst with corruption continues: "IPL provides perfect backdrop for such foul play"
May 19, 2013 Sreesanth threw tantrums when police came to arrest him: ""When a police officer showed him his identity card, initially he kept silent. But suddenly he started shouting and said that he knew the chief ministers of Maharashtra and Kerala. How can they arrest him, he demanded,""
May 19, 2013 No ban, only token measures: "There's no ban or action against any of the three IPL players arrested by the Delhi Police for the alleged spot fixing scandal in the ongoing IPL. For now, the BCCI says they will wait for the inquiruy to end. Meanwhile, the Board has also washed its hands of the betting menace in cricket, saying it's not in their contract and that players are responsible for their actions."
May 18, 2013 IPL6 sleaze: Nude pics of models found from Sreesanth's laptop, diaries in Malayalam hold the key: "the nude pictures were of lesser known models who had attended five to six parties."
May 17, 2013 IPL spot-fixing is yet another symptom of insecure India: "The Indian politician is intensely corrupt because he is intensely insecure: Examine the corruption and conflict-of-interest controversies around politicians such as Pawan Kumar Bansal, Sharad Pawar, Mayawati, Yedurappa, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Jayalalitha, Lalu Prasad Yadav, the Karunanidhi clan, Robert Vadra, A Raja, Suresh Kalmadi, Ajit Pawar, Chhagan Bhujbal, Ashok Chavan and the rank and file of politicians across India."
May 17, 2013 Sreesanth Caught Fixing: Is this the tip of the iceberg?: "The arrest of Kerala bowler Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila may just be the tip of the proverbial iceberg."
May 17, 2013 Bookies expose the fixing rot: "As more bookies continue to get nabbed, on Friday (May 17), for the first time since the fixing scandal hit IPL. TIMES NOW get you the confessions of 3 bookies. From honey traps to secret codes, the rot of fixing runs deep, and these bookies have been at the centre of this murky plot."
May 17, 2013 Honey trap: Bookies wanted to tape players in the act: "Interrogation of the arrested bookies and players has also revealed that two bookies had allegedly arranged for women for Sreesanth and Ajit Chandila five to six times earlier this year."
Apr 13, 2013 MP: Special Olympics medalist Sita Sahu forced to sell street food to earn a living: "Special Olympics medal winner Sita Sahu has been forced to work at a roadside eatery and sell gol gappas (a ball of flour filled with spicy water) in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. Sita had won two bronze medals in 2011 Athens Special Olympics but due to financial problems, she has now been forced to work at a shop. Madhya Pradesh Social Justice Minister Gopal Bhargava had announced that Rs 50,000 would be given to every bronze medal winner and so Sita should have got Rs 1 lakh, but the reward is yet to materialise."
Apr 13, 2013 Rajasthan CM makes sportsmen sign 'no links with RSS' affidavit: "If one is a sportsperson in Rajasthan who has had anything to do with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) or the Jamaat-e-Islami, they will now not qualify for the state government's awards. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has taken his fight with the RSS to bizarre levels making top sportspersons sign affidavits saying they have nothing to do with the RSS, before giving them awards."
Apr 13, 2013 Rajasthan Government's bizarre diktat: "This award ceremony is not like any other you would come across in the country. These sportspersons were in for a rude shock - before collecting their state awards. In a ridiculous move by the Rajasthan State Government - sportsperson asked to produce affidavits ensuring they have no affiliation with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) or Jamaat-e-Islami, before receiving their awards. Vishal Singh, sportsman, said, "This is taking it to the extreme step, stating that if you belong to such organisation you cannot claim your award.""
Apr 7, 2013 IOA acting president accused of guarding corrupt system: "accusing acting Indian Olympic Association president V K Malhotra of protecting corrupt and inefficient system under the garb of “autonomy”."
Apr 4, 2013 Vijender in touch with drug lord?: "The noose has tightened around Olympian Vijender Singh in connection with the massive drug haul case. After Vijender submitted blood samples to NADA, TIMES NOW has exclusively accessed Vijender's call records that reveal the boxer was in touch with drug lord Anoop Kahlon. The call records of the boxer showed that they exchanged at least 21 calls and SMSes in seven months."
Apr 3, 2013 Heroin haul: Boxer Vijender gives blood samples for tests, partner Ram Singh arrested: "Punjab Police Wednesday arrested boxer Ram Singh in connection with the international multi-million dollar drugs haul case"
Apr 1, 2013 'Vijender took drugs, but won't be arrested for now': "Chandigarh: In a big blow to India's champion boxer, the Punjab Police has for the first time confirmed that Olympian boxer Vijender Singh did take drugs, saying he took heroin nearly 12 times between December 2012 and February 2013. The police are now trying to prove this forensically."
Apr 1, 2013 Sports Ministry ‘requests’ NADA to test Vijender: "the Union Sports Ministry on Monday asked the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) to carry out a test on the Olympic medallist."
Mar 31, 2013 Boxer Vijender took heroin 12 times, Punjab Police say: "Punjab Police today said Vijender Singh had consumed heroin 12 times after procuring it from alleged drug smugglers including NRI Anoop Singh Kahlon."
Mar 31, 2013 Boxer Vijender spoke to drug dealer 80 times: Punjab Police: "police have decided to file a plea in court seeking direction to get Vijender's blood and hair samples to confirm whether he used to consume the drug as claimed by his sparring partner Ram Singh during interrogation."
Mar 23, 2013 Chennai: BCCI chief in CBI net for tax evasion on imported cars: "The CBI on Friday seized 11 cars belonging to BCCI chief and India Cements promoter N Srinivasan as part of its ongoing raids in Chennai, sources said. The sources added that Srinivasan had evaded paying tax on the imported cars."
Mar 23, 2013 Legislator or moral police?: "In a shameful case of Moral Policing, Congress MLA Rao Dharampal insulted a national women's Kabaddi coach Dabas over her dress code, asking her to dress more appropriately. He allegedly went on to humiliate her in full view of other teachers and students. Distressed by shameful remarks of legislator, the coach fainted."
Mar 22, 2013 Bihar policemen claim awards based on false Naxal encounter claims: "The Bihar Police recommended the names of two of its personnel for the President's gallantry medals allegedly for an encounter they did not take part in, a CNN-IBN and Open magazine expose has revealed. The Rohtas Naxal encounter took place in January 2012 and the CRPF has claimed that its officers partook in the operations and that the Bihar police officers reached the site three hours later. They filed a false FIR and reported shooting eight rounds of cartridges during the shootout in which three Naxals were killed."
Mar 22, 2013 CBI seizes 11 cars belonging to N Srinivasan: "As per reports Srinivasan, who is also the promoter of India Çements is said to have evaded tax on all these 11 imported cars."
Mar 16, 2013 Gloves & Veins: "A big haul of heroin, two famous boxers...the Punjab drug story is not going away "
Mar 12, 2013 Vijender goes into hiding after grilling: "A day after being grilled by the Punjab Police in connection with the massive drug bust in Mohali, India's Olympic hero has pulled out of the national camp in Patiala and gone into hiding. During his three hour interrogation, Vijender's bizarre excuses have raised more questions than answers."
Mar 10, 2013 Drug networks penetrating social fabric in Punjab: "The Rs 130 crore drug haul in Punjab, which has brought Olympic medal winning boxer Vijender Singh and a national-level boxer Ram Singh in the dock, has highlighted a larger drug network in the state. A former top level sports man and Arjuna awardee Jagdish Bhola is said to be the kingpin of the network."
Mar 10, 2013 Vijender will be quizzed, Ram Singh expelled from NIS camp: "Olympian bronze medallist Vijender Singh will be questioned in connection with the recent recovery of 26 kg of heroin worth Rs. 130 crore"
Mar 9, 2013 Vijender and I mistook drugs for food supplements: Ram Singh: "Boxer Ram Singh has now admitted that both he and Olympic medallist Vijender Singh took drugs but thinking they were food supplements. 'Vijender took drugs two or three times thinking that they were food supplements. When we found out they were drugs we were shocked and stopped taking them,' Ram told CNN-IBN."
Feb 28, 2013 I don't believe in awards, says Ram Gopal Varma: "Filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma is noted for his life-inspired, hard-hitting scripts. His early laurels for 'Satya', 'Shool', 'Shiva' and 'Sarkar Raj' established him in the industry as a director who means business. He has woven extreme slow motions, loud background scores, cutting dialogues, calculated silences, strong close ups into his narration time and again. "
Feb 8, 2013 Competition panel fines BCCI Rs 52 cr for abuse of dominance
Feb 6, 2013 Should Kalmadi step down from Parliament, sports bodies till his name is cleared of all charges?: "A special CBI court on Monday framed charges against Suresh Kalmadi for allegedly favouring Swiss Timing in the run up to the Commonwealth Games and causing a loss of Rs 95 crore to the exchequer."
Feb 4, 2013 Court slaps cheating charges against Kalmadi, 9 others: "A Delhi court Monday formally slapped charges of forgery and cheating against former Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi and nine others in a corruption case related to the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The BJP welcomed the move and sought action also against Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit for alleged lapses."
Feb 4, 2013 Athletes want Kalmadi axed as AAA boss: "Suresh Kalmadi, who has been chargesheeted by the CBI in CWG scam, has been heading the Asian Athletics Association since 2000."
Dec 30, 2012 A lost reputation: India banned from Olympics over corruption - The Conversation
Dec 21, 2012 CWG scam: Court orders framing of charges against Kalmadi: "A Delhi court on Friday ordered framing of charges against sacked Commonwealth Games chief Suresh Kalmadi and 10 others in the CWG scam case. All the accused will be charged with the offence of cheating, forge"
Dec 10, 2012 AFI asked to fall in line: "After the Indian Boxing and the Archery Federation. The Athletics Federation of India could well be next with the Sports Ministry set to decide on their fate."
Dec 7, 2012 Mutiny in Indian boxing: "The International Boxing Association's decision to provisionally suspend the Indian Boxing Federation has left the pugilists in a quandary besides putting a question mark on the ongoing senior and junior national camps."
Dec 7, 2012 More shame for India following IABF and AAI's de-recognition: "CNN-IBN speaks to eminent administrative personalities in Indian sports following sports ministry's de-recognition of the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation and the Archery Association of India on Friday."
Dec 7, 2012 International body suspends Indian Boxing Federation: "In a major development late on Thursday International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA) has provisionally suspended the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF). The decision came two days after the Internation"
Dec 7, 2012 Govt suspends boxing and archery federations: "Barely three days after the IOA was suspended by the International Olympic Committee, India on Friday (Decemebr 7) faced more embarassment with the Indian Boxing Federation being suspended by its parent body for "possible manipulation" in its recent elections, throwing the participation of Indian boxers in international events into jeopardy."
Dec 6, 2012 Newly elected IOA officials rejoice win: "instead of addressing the issue at large, the newly-elected members were spotted celebrating their victory. TIMES NOW has accessed exclusive footage of that party where CWG scam accused Suresh Kalmadi was spotted rubbing shoulders with the top bosses of the national sports federations."
Dec 4, 2012 IOA faces suspension from IOC this week: "The Indian Olympic Association faces certain suspension this week from the International Olympic Committee. Their election process on Wednesday will be complete and while a new regime will take over without contest, it f"

Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  Next  Last