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Bindra to head NRAI review committee on Rio debacle
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PM Modi announces task force to prepare action plan for next t...

Earlier, ace shooter Abhinav Bindra was named the chairman of National Rifle Association of India's committee to review country's shooting debacle in Rio. Last Updated: Friday, August 26, 2016 - 20:33 New Delhi: Following India's dismal performance at the Rio ... Zee News, 23 hours ago

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Shooting federation to assess Rio Olympics performance

The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) on Thursday announced the setting up of a special Review Committee to "examine and identify in a cold and ruthless manner" the causes behind the 12 shooters not securing any medals at the recently concluded Rio ...
 Prokerala2 days ago Abhinav Bindra  First Post.com2 days ago NRAI proposes setting up of panel to review Rio debacle  Business Standard3 days ago
DNA India

NRAI chief says 'blame me' after shooters' dismal show

RIO DE JANEIRO: National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) President Raninder Singh took upon himself the blame for the shooters' dismal outing at the Rio Olympics, saying it was a mistake on his part to allow the athletes to train with personal ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago Rio 2016 | Shooting: President of rifle association takes blame for India's lack of medals  DNA India1 week ago Blame me, says NRAI chief  MSN News US1 week ago Rio Olympics 2016: I take responsibility for India's poor run in shooting, says NRAI chief  Firstpost.com1 week ago

Delhi to host ISSF World Cup finals in 2017

Delhi will host the ISSF World Cup finals in 2017, the National Rifle Association of India said on Thursday. The International Shooting Sport Federation Executive Committee, which met in Moscow on Wednesday, made the decision to award the 2017 ...
 The Hindu1 month ago ISSF World Cup 2017: Delhi to host shooting mega-event finals, confirms NRAI  First Post.com1 month ago
DNA India

Rio Olympics: Jitu Rai making it to finals an honour for nation, says Randhir Singh

Rio de Janeiro, Aug 7 : Former Olympic-level trap and skeet shooter Raja Randhir Singh, who is now an Indian Olympic Association (IOA) member expressed his happiness at the qualification of Jitu Rai, who kept India's medal hopes on the opening day ...
 Topnews.in2 weeks ago Rio 2016: Former Olympic shooter Randhir Singh defends Jitu Rai  DNA India2 weeks ago

Crowdfunding for Ayonika's jacket upsets shooting body

NEW DELHI: Olympic-bound rifle shooter Ayonika Paul and Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ) have ticked off the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI). Genpact, a funder supporter of OGQ, had started a crowd funding initiative on in Ayonika's ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Donald Trump to meet with NRA about blocking terror suspects from buying guns

Donald Trump said that he will be meeting with the National Rifle Association to discuss ways to block people on terrorism watch lists or no fly lists from buying guns, as his party scrambles to respond in the aftermath of the worst mass shooting in modern US ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Trump to meet with NRA over 'no fly, no buy' gun legislation  NewsFlow242 months ago

Orlando shooting: Tragedy embedded in irony

The National Rifle Association, which defends the right to carry arms, makes it easy for deranged individuals like Omar Mateen to kill innocent people
 DNA2 months ago

Bindra may head panel to review India's shooting debacle at Rio Olympics

IMAGE: Heena Sidhu reacts during the qualifying round of the 50m shooting qualifying event at the Rio Olympics. Photograph: PTI The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) has come up with a proposal to set up a special committee, to be headed by Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra, to carry out a comprehensive review of the shooters' below-par performance at the Rio Games. Indian shooters proved to be an epic failure in a disastrous Rio Olympic Games as the 12-member team, with the exception ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Rio 2016: 12-member shooting team draws blank, biggest disappointment for India  DNA India1 week ago Shooters draw blank, fail miserably to live up to expectations  Deccan Herald1 week ago Rio Olympics 2016: Shooters draw blank, fail miserably to live up to expectations  Financial Express1 week ago

India's Olympics report card: Sindhu, Sakshi save the blushes

- Competing in 15 disciplines with an 118-member contingent, the biggest ever at the Games, there was hope that India would emulate its best-ever tally of six medals, achieved at the London Olympics in 2012. However, the shooters fired a blank for the first time since Athens 2004, and boxers failed to win a medal for the first time in eight years as two unassuming young women saved India the humiliation of returning empty-handed. IMAGE: Silver medallist PV Sindhu celebrates during the medal ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Sindhu, Sakshi save India from drawing a blank in Rio Games  Deccan Herald5 days ago Meagre spending on players behind India's poor Olympic show  Business Today India2 weeks ago Rio 2016: I am ashamed to let the country down, says Jitu Rai after Olympic exit  DNA India2 weeks ago
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