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Boxing India conducts pregnancy tests
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Furore after pregnancy tests forced on pugilists

New Delhi: Controversy hit Indian boxing once again on Wednesday when the Indian Federation of Sports Medicine (IFSM), an association of sports medicine doctors, alleged that Boxing India (BI) forced World Championship-bound pugilists undergo pregnancy tests ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago
Boxing India conducts pregnancy tests The Week, 1 month ago
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Why does sports medicine ail in India?

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS The passing away of Australian batsman Philip Hughes in an unfortunate on-field incident has triggered a lot of soul-searching among sports medicine doctors in Hyderabad and elsewhere in India. Most ...
 The Hindu2 days ago Health hub: Why does sports medicine ail in India?  The Hindu1 day ago Introducing professionalism and transparency amongst sports officials  Noodls2 weeks ago Sports medicine expert elected to Asian body  Muscat Daily1 month ago
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'CA's handling of Phillip Hughes episode an eye opener for Indian sports administrators'

Prev By AFP | Posted 2 hours New Delhi : Noted sports medicine doctor P S M Chandran today lauded the efforts of the medical team at SCG in facilitating Phillip Hughes' prompt transfer to the hospital after he suffered a blow to his head, and ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago Phillip Hughes episode is an eye opener: Dr Chandran  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Phillip Hughes injury: Players, Umpires and officials should be trained in first aid, says expert  Indian Express3 weeks ago Hughes episode is an eye opener: Dr. Chandran  The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Chennai-based medical Institution's support for football

A tripartite agreement between Asian Football Confederation (AFC), All India Football Federation (AIFF) and Sri Ramachandra Arthroscopy & Sports Science Centre (SRASSC) for the upcoming 5th AFC Medical Conference was signed here today as a first ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

What to know about federally run Indian schools

In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2014, seventh and eighth grade students play basketball … In this photo taken Sept. 26, 2014, students and faculty stand on a carpet with words … In this photo taken Sept. 25, 2014, students carry chairs between ...
 Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago
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Why Dutee Chand can change sports

The sprinter Dutee Chand leads a quiet, disciplined life. It involves attending classes for 9 hours at the Zonal Railway Training Institute in Bhusaval, a small town in Maharashtra almost 600km from Mumbai. At the institute's large, leafy campus, ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

World Diabetes Day (WDD)

(Syeda Iram) November is diabetes awareness month. It was founded 1991 by the international diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization to fight diabetes around the world. It's logo a blue circle represent life and health. It is spreading ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago

How These Canadians Helped Diabetes In India

By: Dhaman Rakhra is haunted by the boyhood memory of his grandfather plummeting down the stairs. Poorly-controlled diabetes had caused the elderly man to faint. He suffered a broken hip and, in failing health, died months later. Rakhra thought of ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 month ago
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Dope-tainted past haunts Asiad gold medalist Seema Punia

Gold medalist Seema Punia of India celebrates on the podium during the victory ceremony for the Women's Discus Throw of the 2014 Asian Games at Incheon . Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images Livid with detractors for casting aspersions on her achievements because of a dope-tainted past, Asian Games gold medallist discus thrower Seema Punia said she has been ‘ill-treated’ by authorities, including the national federation, for many years now. Seema, who won a gold in the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Years of heartburn vindicated by a gold  Deccan Herald2 months ago I have been treated badly for years by authorities: Seema  Deccan Herald2 months ago

UK MIDDAY BRIEFING: Whitbread, Sports Direct Keep Growing

LONDON (Alliance News) - Whitbread Thursday said it is confident of delivering full-year results in line with expectations, after posting another strong quarter of growth from its Premier Inn hotels and Costa coffee houses, as both businesses ...
 London South East1 week ago
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