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Asian Games: Boxers may not participate under Indian flag

Boxers May Not Be Able to Compete Under Tricolour in Asian Games

With the mess in country's boxing administration lingering on, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) today said that the top pugilists may not be able to compete in the upcoming Asian Games under the national flag if the elections are not held as per schedule ... Outlook, 10 hours ago

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HI secretary general Batra hits back at SAI DG

today hit back at Sports Authority of India's Director General Jiji Thomson, accusing the top SAI official of "telling lies" and misguiding the media as far as conducting camps were concerned. HI High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans had recently written ...
 Business Standard4 hours ago IOA sends government strong list of 662 athletes for Asiad Games  Economic Times7 hours ago HI lashes out at SAI  The Telegraph3 days ago SAI released Rs. 11.27 crore to Hockey India during 2014-15 for various activities against the allocated budget of Rs. 10.50 crore  PIB1 week ago

Trai chief on how to build a fair, independent news media

Earlier this month, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) put out a paper with recommendations on 'Issues relating to media ownership'.  The paper talks about private treaties, paid news, privacy, corporate and political ownership, among other hurdles to having a plural and independent news media. Trai Chairman Rahul Khullar talks to Vanita Kohli-Khandekar about these issues. Edited excerpts: Why leave the internet out? Globally, regulators have been moving away from tightly ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago DoT to make back reference to Trai on 700MHz auction  Business Standard9 hours ago Trai paper on broadband roll-out next month  Deccan Herald6 days ago TRAI to soon release paper on broadband service roll-out  News Chennai Online1 week ago

GAIL to establish gas distribution network in Patna and Gaya

Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) will establish a City Gas Distribution (CGD) network in Patna and Gaya during the first phase of its Rs 10,000 crore Haldia - Jagdishpur 'energy highway' gas pipeline project. Among other cities, Bhagalpur and ...
 Business Standard5 hours ago GAIL INDIA : Cut gas from non-priority areas for retail needs: Govt to Gail  4 Traders5 days ago

Sports Authority of India Offers Hockey India to Shift Camp to Repair NIS Pitch

A file photo of the Indian women's hockey team in action during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. NDTV New Delhi: Barely days after Hockey India's complaint of "dangerous" artificial turf at women's team training centre at Patiala, ...
 NDTV6 hours ago SAI Director General offers Hockey India to shift camp to repair NIS pitch  Zee News7 hours ago SAI offers Hockey India to shift camp to repair NIS Patiala pitch  Times of India7 hours ago SAI DG offers HI to shift camp to repair NIS pitch  Business Standard8 hours ago
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India's football, TT teams likely to miss Asian Games

The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has hinted at dropping football and table tennis owing to slim medal hopes in the upcoming Asian Games.
 Times of India9 hours ago India's football, TT teams could be axed from Asian Games  Business Standard9 hours ago

HC refuses to hear PIL against fee hike on stadium use

The Delhi High Court today refused to entertain a PIL challenging the Sports Authority of India's decision to hike the fees for using the facilities at the various stadiums in the national capital which are managed by it. A bench of Chief Justice G ...
 Business Standard6 hours ago

Authorities send home 11 Bangladeshi boys lured to India by better job prospects

+ South Dinajpur, Aug 27 (ANI): Eleven Bangladeshi boys who came to India in search of better job prospects were sent back to their home country by the immigration department of West Bengal. The children who illegally entered the Indian ...
 International Business Times India8 hours ago

To save tigers, rear the orphans

The National Tiger Conservation Authority has circulated among Indias wildlife managers a set of instructions on how to rear orphaned tiger cubs in captivity but prepare them for life in the wild. The introduction of the standard operating procedures (SOP) to ...
 The Telegraph23 hours ago New tiger tracking system soon: Javadekar  Prokerala1 day ago Ration allowance for staff at tiger reserves  Deccan Herald1 day ago State govt 'unwilling' to notify Cauvery-MM Hills tiger reserve  Deccan Herald21 hours ago

Jammu: India, Pakistan to hold flag meeting on ceasefire violations today

Indian and Pakistan authorities are scheduled to hold a flag meeting on Wednesday afternoon in the wake of repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan on the international border. Senior officers of the Border Security Force and Pakistan Rangers will meet in the Pargwal sector of Jammu district in the afternoon, following a request from Pakistan side for the flag meeting scheduled for 4 pm. However, according to sources Pakistan Rangers have not sent any agenda for the ...
 Rediff.com14 hours ago India, Pakistan border guards hold flag meeting on Kashmir border following skirmishes hours ago
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