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NEISSR organizes annual sports week

North East Institute of Social Science & Research (NEISSR) organized its annual sports week at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Campus, Dimapur from September 22-24. The sports event was declared opened by Dr. Policarp Xalxo, Principal, Salesian ... Nagaland Post, 20 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Women's sport coverage in The Sun-Herald welcome but lacking

| How wonderful it was for The Sun-Herald to write an editorial on women's sport and a story on pay deals for sportswomen ("Having a ball", September 18). However, when I turned to the sports section I had to turn 12 pages before a female ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago A dose of sport to dial up the festive spirit  The Hindu4 days ago Clean-up drive at Dasarath Stadium after Sports min directives (In pictures)  Kathmandu Post1 week ago CELEBRATING THE SPIRIT OF SPORTS  HT Syndication1 week ago
Himalayan Times

Gautam felicitated

THT journalist Laxmi Gautam (left)being felicitated by Panchthar District Sports Development Committee in Phidim on Friday. THT PHIDIM : Panchthar District Sports Development Committee felicitated sports journalist of The Himalayan Times, Laxmi ...
 Himalayan Times1 day ago Paediatric Sports Medicine Market Segments and Forecast By End-use Industry 2016-2026  MyNewsDesk2 days ago National champs to star at grand inaugural show  Times of India1 week ago Sportspersons To Be Honoured At Black Tie Event  Barbados Government Information Service2 weeks ago

Athlete gets a sponsor

Like many other distinguished sportspersons present at the launch of the Tata Steel Kolkata 25K, sprinter Debashree Mazumdar was also there. Debashree was a part of India's 4x400m women's relay team in the recent Rio Olympics. But when the likes of Deepika ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago

When Sehwag, Bhajji entered Arsenal dressing room

​Dressing room pictures are always special for any sportsperson. On Friday, Indian cricketers Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh had a once in a lifetime experience. Viru and Bhajji were taken on an exclusive tour of English Premier League team ...
 Sify1 day ago

Reading between the lines in Niti Aayog's bid to revive sporting glory

A critical look at 10 of the 20 points that make up Niti Aayog's draft plan for developing sports, and improving our performance at the Olympics The Niti Aayog's draft plan for developing sports is not just ambitious—50 medals at the 2024 Olympics ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago Niti Aayog calls for focus on 10 priority sports  Economic Times3 days ago NITI Aayog action plan to give a leg up to Olympics strategy  Hindu Business Line4 days ago NITI Aayog proposes government to identify and focus on priority sports  Economic Times4 days ago
Best Media Info

Amongst sports enthusiasts, 45% prefer viewing sports content online: KPMG CII Report

The report adds that there has been an upsurge in global female viewership for sports events. KPMG India, in association with the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), has released a report titled The Business of Sports during the Summit on ...
 Agencyfaqs!2 days ago Indian sports sponsorship market grew to Rs 5,190 crore in 2015  Best Media Info3 days ago Corporate funding in sports, imperative to ignite development in India: KPMG-CII Report  India Infoline4 days ago Non-cricket sports' viewership, sponsorship and participation on the rise in India: CII-KPMG report  Economic Times4 days ago

How India can win 50 Olympic medals in 2024

The NITI Aayog has big plans for Indian sport, reports Sanjeeb Mukherjee.   IMAGE: Olympic Silver medalist P V Sindhu, one of two Indian medal winners in Rio. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images With only one silver and one bronze won at the Rio Summer Olympics this year, India's performance was rather dismal at the biggest sporting event in the world. The NITI Aayog thinks the country could take the tally to 50 at the 2024 Olympics. Russia came in fourth with 56 medals at the Rio ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Government's Niti Ayog for 50 medals at 2024 summer Olympics  Indian Express3 days ago AirAsia to offer free flights to Indian medalists  The Sports Campus1 week ago India spends 3 paise per capita per day on sports: panel  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Government sports plan targets 50 medals at 2024 Olympics

New Delhi, Sep 21 (IANS) The National Institution for Transforming India or NITI Aayog on Wednesday announced an action plan named Let's Play - Action Plan for Revitalising Sports in India with the aim to target 50 medals at the 2024 Summer Olympic ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago Government releases 20-point action plan for sports  Yahoo! India4 days ago Indian Government releases 20-point Sports Plan  The Sports Campus4 days ago Sports plan targets 50 medals at 2024 Games  Times of India3 days ago

Uttarakhand to give equal prize money and honour to Paralympic sportspersons

DEHRADUN: Buoyed by the splendid performances of the Indian athletes in Rio Paralympics, the Uttarakhand sports department is in process of bringing in a policy of awarding same prize money and honour to the achievers in Paralympic sports as is ...
 Times of India5 days ago USC athletes swim and cycle to Rio silver medals  MySunshineCoast5 days ago Finally! Paralympic medallists to get equal treatment, to be considered for Khel Ratna  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Sports Minister Vijay Goel confirms Khel Ratna for Paralympic medallists  International Business Times India1 week ago
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