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Interview with Arpinder Singh: Drug epidemic is majorly affect...

On a hot and sultry day in June 2014, Punjab's Arpinder Singh smashed the National Triple Jump record by around half a metre, highlighting his transition from junior champion to the country's best. The very same year, he won bronze in the Glasgow ... Yahoo! India, 1 month ago

Financial assistance from National Sports Development Fund to Arpinder Singh, Athlete for training abroad.

onth training during the period from 30.03.2016 to 01.05.2016 under Mr. John Herbert at Florida (USA) and to convey the approval of the competent authority for financial assistance for the proposed training as indicated below: S No Item Amount projected ...
 PIB2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Srabani bests Dutee for 200m gold

Tintu rewrites the women's 800m meet mark; Jinson and Jithin provide a spark Dutee Chand could not execute her threat of qualifying for the Olympics, and was beaten to the 200 metres gold by the seasoned Srabani Nanda in the 20th Federation Cup ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

National Athletics: Olympics-bound Luka wins gold, Mayookha injured

Rio-Olympics bound Tintu Luka grabbed the spotlight as she won the gold in women's 800m race on an uneventful third and final day of the Federation CupNational Athletics Championships, in New Delhi, on Saturday. National record holder and Asian champion Luka, representing Railways, clocked a moderate 2:01.84 to defend her title and better the 18-year-old meet mark of 2:02.28 set by Jyotirmoyee Sikdar. Gomathi Marimuthu of Tamil Nadu was a distant second with a time of 2:06.45 while Shipra ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Athletes eye Rio qualification

Left disheartened by the blackout at the first Indian Grand Prix, the home athletes would once again be stoking their Rio Games aspirations with the Federation Cup Athletics Championships beginning at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium on Thursday. The three-day ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

Monfils pulls out of BMW Open with groin injury

MUNICH: Second-seeded Gael Monfils pulled out of the BMW Open with a groin injury sustained in practice on Wednesday. Monfils said cold weather may have been behind the injury or "because I've played a lot recently." It was the third consecutive ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Top Athletes vying for 42 Olympic berth at Federation Cup

New Delhi, Apr 26: As many as 42 Olympic places are up for grabs when country's top athletes will be in action at the 20th Federation Cup National Athletics Championships, which is scheduled to be held in the capital from April 28-30. Reigning ...
 Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago

Around 70% of Indian cos not averse toone unethical act to meet financial goals: EY survey

Around 70% of India Inc feels that at least one form of unethical conduct is justified to meet financial targets even as the perception of bribery and corruption being widespread in the country has gone down over the years, says a report. ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Indian executives see gradual but positive shift in perception of corruption: EY  Economic Times1 week ago 70% India Inc says at least one unethical conduct justified  Times of India1 week ago Nearly 70% India Inc says one unethical act to meet financial goals justified: survey  DNA India1 week ago
Financial Express

On fraud, here's what India Inc believes: From bribery happens widely to justifying unethical conduct, top points to know

Around 58% of Indian respondents believe that bribery and corrupt practices happen widely in the country according to the 14th EY Global Fraud Survey. (Thinkstock) Around 58% of Indian respondents believe that bribery and corrupt practices happen ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

India ranks fairly high in terms of accepting bribery for winning contracts

Mumbai Prosecuting individual executives for fraud, bribery and corruption will help deter the crime, a study finds. Eighty percent of Indian respondents are of the opinion that individual prosecutions will help deter such instances in the ...
 IndUS Business Journal1 week ago Individual prosecution key to deter fraud: EY survey  ProKerala.com1 week ago
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