For AAP, 2020 was an eventful year
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) started the year with a bang, storming back to power in Delhi by winning 62 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly. Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as chief minister for a third term in February.
Rs 2,500 cr scam in Delhi municipal corporations bigger than Commonwealth Games scam: Arvind Kejriwal
"It's a very painful day as we are disc...
Air quality in Delhi remains in 'very poor' category
To tackle the rising air pollution, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had launched the "Gre...
I have only one goal and that is to win an Olympic gold: Vikas Krishan
Vikas Krishan Yadav, the 2018 Commonwealth Games champion, forayed into professional boxing early last year and has been unbeaten in his two fights so far.
Amit Panghal, Vikas Krishan nominated for Khel Ratna by BFI; 3 names for Arjuna
The BFI has nominated world bronze-winning trio of Lovlina Borgohain (69kg), Simranjit Kaur (64kg) and Manish Kaushik (63kg) for the Arjuna awards. Of these, Borgohain has won the world bronze twice, the most recent being last year.
Autorickshaw, car numbers in Congress list of buses for migrant workers: UP govt
The Congress, however, challenged the UP government to conduct a "physical verification" of the buses it has brought to the state's border to take UP's stranded workers home.
We are hopeful of medals in Tokyo Olympics but focus is on Paris 2024 and LA 2028: Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju
India has been participating in the Olympics for a very long time but our results have been limited to hockey and some individual sports such as shooting, badminton, wrestling and boxing. We have had a limited presence. This base needs to be broadened. We can’t go to the Olympics hoping to win only one or two medals, said Minister of Youth Affairs & Sports Kiren Rijiju.
Dealing with mental pressure, maintaining fitness: Sai Praneeth, G Sathiyan on challenges that lie ahead of 2020 Olympics
India's top badminton player, table tennis player and boxer share the hurdles they have to cross to make it to Tokyo.
Arjuna awardees, international/national sportspersons exempted from purview of strict Arms Act
The parliament in December 2019 had amended the Arms Act under which punishment for illegally possessing and making prohibited arms was enhanced. During the debate in parliament, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said sportspersons will be entitled to get licences for different types of firearms. As per the new law, no person will be allowed to posses more than two firearms.
Narinder Batra's call to boycott the Commonwealth Games is wrong and right
Boycotting CWG isn’t the correct approach but what the IOA president said about monetary reward to athletes should be discussed in detail
PV Sindhu has kept an empty space in her cabinet for Olympic gold
The shuttler has been recommended for Padma Bhushan recently.
Women’s cricket at the 2022 Commonwealth Games: A leap forward
The success of women’s cricket at the 2022 Commonwealth Games could pave way for a shot at winning the holy sporting grail.
Commonwealth Games 2010 changed Delhi, tripped Sheila Dikshit
Government insiders said Sheila was “saddened” by the inquiry. She believed that CWG had produced many “proud moments” but had been reduced to a “contentious issue”.
Commonwealth Games: ED attaches Rs 1.43-cr worth assets of firm entrusted with streetlights
The latest order was issued after the Enforcement Directorate studied the CBI chargesheet in the case against the officials involved in the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Commonwealth Games: Plenty of lessons for Peaty at Commonwealth Games
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