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AFI prunes down Athletics team for Commonwealth Games
Indian Express

Indian athletics team eyes improvement …

By | Sportskeeda Discus throwers Vikas Gowda and Krishna Poonia will lead the Indian athletics contingent at CWG 2014 The athletics contingent of India hopes to make a statement at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, and strive to make amends ... Yahoo! India, 9 hours ago
Times of India

New campuses could give malls a complex

Like most adults, Ravi Chari has rose-tinted memories of his undergrad days at St Xavier's College, Mumbai: "Maggi noodles at the cafeteria, basketball in the quadrangle, and queues at the payphone in the hostel lobby of the hostel." Campus luxuries ...
 Times of India2 days ago Swank U: Now, the campus beats the mall  Times of India3 days ago
International Business Times India

Commonwealth Games 2014: Renjith Maheshwary, Relay Team Dropped from Final List by AFI

The Indian athletics team has been cut short to 32-members for 2014 CWG. CWG 2014 The Indian athletics contingent faced a heavy duty cut on Monday, as nine members out of the original 41 athletes, who were slated to take part in the 2014 Common ...
 International Business Times India6 days ago No Maheswary, men's relay team for CWG  Indian Express1 week ago Athletics team for CWG cut down to 32  Times of India1 week ago CWG 2014: India's athletics squad pruned down; TT hopes rest on Sharath  Rediff.com1 week ago
Mid Day

Speculation over sprinter Dutee Chand's gender test after AFI axe

By PTI | Posted 2 hours ago New Delhi: Young sprinter Dutee Chand's last minute exclusion from the Indian athletics team for the upcoming Glasgow Commonwealth Games led to speculation over the outcome of the gender test she reportedly underwent ...
 Mid Day6 days ago Speculation over Dutee's gender test after AFI axe  Business Standard India1 week ago

CWG: AFI not to send men's relay team

After keeping everybody guessing for weeks, the Athletics Federation of India has decided not to send its men's 4x100m relay squad for the Commonwealth Games which begins in Glasgow later this month. "The entire men's 4x100m relay team will not go.
 The Hindu1 week ago
Indian Express

SAI does gender test on athlete before Commonwealth Games

SAI Director General Jiji Thomson told The Indian Express that the test was conducted by SAI's medical officers at their Bangalore campus after suspicions were raised about the athlete's gender. Source: Reuters Ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
News India Times

DU relents, goes to three-year course

By | IANS New Delhi, June 27 (IANS) Delhi University Friday gave in to a UGC diktat and scrapped the year-old four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP), bringing cheer to lakhs of aspirants. The varsity also constituted a committee of principals to ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News3 weeks ago Academics offer middle path, UGC prods  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Delhi University Relents to Three-Year Course  News India Times3 weeks ago DU relents goes to three-year course  Mumbai News.Net3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Stand-out show by juniors augurs well

ere were some stand-out performances in the three-day 12th junior (u-20) Federation Cup athletics meet, which concluded at the Nehru Stadium here on Sunday. C.K. Valson, Secretary, Athletics Federation of India, praised the athletes for putting up an ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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