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Tennis Sensation Sania Mirza Joins Deepika Pallikal as Contender For Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award 2015
International Business Times India

Sania Mirza recommended for highest Indian sports award

New Delhi: The Sports Ministry on Saturday confirmed that Wimbledon doubles champion Sania Mirza has been recommended for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna but made it clear that the final decision rests with only the Awards Committee. Sania won her ... Times of Oman, 1 day ago
Sania's name suggested for Khel Ratna Awards Odisha Samaya, 1 day ago
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Sania Mirza set to be conferred Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award: Report

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: According to a report in the Hindustan Times, sports ministry on Friday decided to forward tennis star Sania Mirza's name to the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna awards committee. Having captured the mixed doubles gold with ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago
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India set to introduce Sports Fraud Bill to curb corruption

Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal plays a game of cricket. Photograph: PTI The spot-fixing and betting scandal in the Indian Premier League has prompted the government to push for introduction of Sports Fraud Bill in the Parliament in the ongoing monsoon session, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said on Thursday.Sonowal said the Sports Fraud Bill will be sent to the Cabinet in a few days for approval before it is presented in the Parliament."It (the Bill) will be presented to the Cabinet in ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago BCCI should be accountable to public, sports fraud bill to be tabled: Sports Minister Sonowal  DNA India3 days ago BCCI not a recognised federation: sports minister Sonowal  Hindustan Times3 days ago Ordeal not over for Dutee Chand  Nagaland Post4 days ago
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Fiji Sun

Ravichandran Ashwin presented Arjuna Award

NEW DELHI: Indian Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Friday presented Arjuna Award, country's second highest sports award, to cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin in New Delhi. The award was conferred on Ashwin last year but he could not attend the ...
 Daily Times2 days ago Retired judge to head Arjuna award panel  Times of India3 days ago Sarba irked by Gogoi's attitude  The Assam Tribune2 months ago 184 Receives Awards  Fiji Sun1 day ago
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BCCI not a recognised national body, Ministry provides clearance: Sports Minister

5 Min ago Sarbananda Sonowal said that the BCCI doesn't come under the ambit of RTI and it doesn't receive any kind of grants or financial assistance from the government. Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter Viewed 6 times SHARE THIS TWEET ...
 India Online.in3 days ago

Ministry clears Sports Fraud Bill

CHANDIGARH: While the UT Administration has imposed house tax on residential properties in the city, the Administration and the Municipal Corporation (MC) do not have the record of covered area of houses in the city. The hot, sultry Wednesday ...
 Chandigarh Tribune4 days ago
Millennium Post

Government constitutes ‘All India Council of Sports’

The Govt. of India has constituted ‘All India Council of Sports’. The council will be an advisory body for the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. While the advice rendered by the council will be duly considered by the government, it will not be binding ...
 PIB1 week ago Govt sets up All India Council of Sports to assist Sports Ministry  Indian Television1 week ago All India Council of Sports constituted  Can India News1 week ago Govt forms All India Council of Sports  Millennium Post1 week ago
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Sports Ministry forms panel to redraft NSDCI

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS The Union Sports Ministry has decided to redraft the contentious National Sports Development Code of India 2011. The Union Sports Ministry has decided to redraft the contentious National Sports ...
 The Hindu5 days ago Committee formed to improve SAI centres  Prokerala3 weeks ago Sports Ministry forms panel to study status of SAI training centers  News on Air3 weeks ago Sports Ministry constitutes Expert Committee to study the status of SAI training centers  PIB3 weeks ago
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ESPN Cricinfo

ICC asks Sri Lanka to hold elections before October

The ICC has urged Sri Lanka's sports ministry to hold Sri Lanka Cricket elections before the next ICC board meeting in October, suggesting "further action" may be taken against SLC "in the event of further non-compliance". SLC, whose ICC voting rights remain ...
 ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago Red notice to Sri Lanka sports bodies  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago To save sports go with Olympism  Ceylon Today6 days ago Carrom Federation heading in new direction  Sri Lanka Daily News2 days ago
First Post.com

Ministry panel to revise Sports Code

The Sports Ministry on Tuesday constituted a nine-member Working Group to revise the draft of National Sports Development Code of India (NSDCI) for better sports governance. The committee will be submitting the revised draft within three months. The Working ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago Sports Ministry sets up working group to update & revise Sports Code  Indian Television5 days ago Working Group Constituted for Re-drafting of the National Sports Development Code of India  Noodls5 days ago Kerala suicide attempt: SAI athletes stable now, Sports Ministry sets up medical board  First Post.com2 months ago
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