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Chand begins competition ban appeal

Chand begins competition ban appeal

Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has formally started a Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) appeal against her indefinite ban from competition. The 18-year-old missed the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games after failing a so-called 'gender test' this ... BBC, 2 weeks ago

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Sport court comes to Asian Games

AGENCIES Incheon, 18 September In an unprecedented move, the Court of Arbitration for Sports, the world's highest sport tribunal, will set up an office here during the Asian Games, starting tomorrow, quickly to settle disputes arising from the ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Drama and controversy reign at Games  Reuters India3 weeks ago Drama and controversy reign at Asian Games  Thanhnien3 weeks ago World Sports: Drama and controversy reign at Asian Games  Business World3 weeks ago

Indian sport must start from scratch: Jiji Thomson

New Delhi: Jiji Thomson was appointed director general of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) in March last year; SAI has been on a war-footing ever since. It battled the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) over the 2014 Asian Games contingent, caused ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
Saudi Gazette

Indian sprinter challenges gender rules

Dutee Chand NEW DELHI — A teenage Indian sprinter who was banned from international competition for failing a gender test is hoping her fight against rules on sexual identity will spare others the same fate. Dutee Chand, 18, said she has ...
 Saudi Gazette1 week ago Gender test sprinter hopes to change rules  Gulf News1 week ago Indian sprinter Dutee Chand fights `cruel` gender rules  ZeeNews.com1 week ago AFP - Athletics-IND-India-gender-Chand INTERVIEW  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Asian Games: Will pursue matter of manipulated draw, says Dipika Pallikal

Prev By PTI | Posted 36 minutes ago New Delhi: After securing India's maiden women's singles squash medal at the Asian Games, a vindicated Dipika Pallikal has said she will continue to fight against the "manipulated" draw with higher ...
 Mid Day1 month ago Won't Let Issue of Manipulated Asian Games Draw Rest, Says Dipika Pallikal  NDTV1 month ago Squash sensation Dipika Pallikal says she will continue to fight against 'manipulated draw' at Asian Games  DNA India1 month ago Won't let issue of manipulated Asiad draw rest: Pallikal  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Suspended, humiliated in 2011, relay girls redeem themselves

Four years ago when Mandeep Kaur ran the last leg of the women's 4x400m relay in Guangzhou, China, to win India's third successive gold medal in the event, she could not stop gushing about their performance and the rosy future that awaited the girls ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago

The invisible Korean hand in injustice to Sarita (Comment: Special to IANS)

Indian woman boxer Sarita Devi and her cousin Devendro Singh justifiably feel cheated, robbed and deprived of possible gold medals at the Incheon Asian Games. Ever since the decision went against her, Sarita Devi was only seen crying inconsolably ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Churchill's battle may end up in CAS

Panaji: Churchill Brothers Sports Club will learn early next month if they will have a role to play in the next edition of the I-League. The former I-League champions had dragged the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to court after they were ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Asian Games 2014: People wouldn't give us rooms on rent, they would say these girls do drugs, say India's relay trio

Dope-tainted women athletes Mandeep Kaur (L), Priyanka Panwar (C) and Ashwini Akkunji (R) practicing at NIS Patiala (Source: Express Photo by Jaipal Singh) It's early in the morning though the training session is nearing its end. Athlete Mandeep ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Somewhere India has to draw the line on how far can it go in its relations with Pak

In this Idea Exchange moderated by National Affairs Editor P Vaidyanathan Iyer, MoS for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman defends India's stand at WTO, and says that the culture that had become synonymous with the Congress government has to ...
 Indian Express2 months ago
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