Kushal Das, general secretary to the All Indian Football Federation (AIFF) has given his views on the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL), it's role in the development of the grassroots talent and what the new tournament really means for the ... The Echo Of India, 2 weeks ago
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KOLKATA: With just three years to go for the Under-17 World Cup, there's still no definite roadmap on how India will stage the biggest football tournament in the country's history. Despite the Fifa delegation's inspection earlier this year, work ...Times of India, 1 month ago
(From left) IMG vice president (football) Andy Knee, AIFF general secretary Kushal Das and former India captain Baichung Bhutia at the ISL player draft in Mumbai on Tuesday. Hemant Padalkar Football franchises spent around Rs 24 crore in the ...DNA India, 1 month ago
"Next year's Federation Cup will be held in Jammu and Kashmir in August," AIFF general secretary Kushal Das told reporters. As the inaugural franchise league ISL had to be re-scheduled thrice, the AIFF had to postpone the blue-riband tourney Fed Cup to ...Jagran Post, 1 month ago JandK to host '15 Fed Cup The Telegraph, 1 month ago J&K to host Federation Cup Indian Express, 1 month ago J&K to host Federation Cup in August next year Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
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"To give exposure to the players, AIFF is tying up with Brazilian team, for an exchange program of the U-17 team," said Kushal Das, General Secretary, AIFF. "IBN Live, 4 days ago AIFF tying up with Brazilian club Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 4 days ago
Of the 41 species identified in the five-day survey, 18 were that of dragonfly and 23 of damsel-fly, she said. (Source: Express photo by Gaurav Jyoti Kalita) The first-ever scientific survey conducted in Assam after a gap of over 80 years has ...Indian Express, 5 days ago
Guwahati, Sept. 15: They are the helicopters of the insect world. Researchers and officials of Manas have stumbled upon 41 species of dragonflies and damselflies in the first survey of its kind in a protected area in Assam. With their bulging eyes, ...Calcutta Telegraph, 5 days ago
Indian-origin English footballer Michael Chopra, who will turn up for the Sachin Tendulkar co-owned Kerala Blasters in the inaugural Indian Super League, says he wants to "boost" the football scene in India and improve the country's youth set-up. ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago I want to boost football in India, says Michael Chopra Jagran Post, 1 week ago ISL:I want to boost football in India, says Michael Chopra India TV, 1 week ago I want to boost football in India through ISL, says Michael Chopra IBNLive India News, 1 week ago
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA), on Saturday, was supposed to register the Indian contingent with the Incheon Asian Games' organising committee, but had to postpone the process as the prime minister's office (PMO) had not cleared the ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
'Big challenges' A growing and increasingly-affluent middle class, the regular broadcasting of Premier League and games from Spain and Italy, plus an identification of football with youth and glamour, has led the sport's administrators to hope the ...BBC, 1 week ago
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