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CWG 2018: India’s athletes fly high, federations stoop low

If we look at the medal tally, this is India's third best performance at the Commonwealth Games. India have won 101 medals in the 2010 edition which was held in Delhi, and 69 medals in the 2002 CWG that...

Commonwealth Games 2018

When Navratri was celebrated in the Commonwealth Games

Saturday marks the beginning of nine vibrant days of festivities in India. Navratri or Durga Puja is a festival spread over a span of nine days, celebrating the victory of goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. Navratri holds a...
Vrinda Rathi and Janani N (Image: WomensCricZone)

Scorer turned umpire Vrinda Rathi gets inducted in ICC Development Panel of Umpires

Mumbai’s Vrinda Rathi and Tamil Nadu’s N Jananiwere on 18 March inducted into the ICC development panel of umpires.

India to play in 2022 CWG; likely to bid for hosting 2026 or 2030...

The Indian Olympic Association (IOA), who had earlier threatened to boycott the upcoming 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham after shooting was dropped from the event, has agreed to withdraw its boycott and confirmed its participation. They are...

Is boycotting the Commonwealth Games the right way forward?

On Friday, Indian Olympic Association (IOA) secretary general Rajeev Mehta asserted that its executive committee and general body will deliberate on its president Narinder Batra's call to permanently pull out of the Commonwealth Games.

IOA proposes boycotting Commonwealth Games 2022

In a completely unprecedented move, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Saturday sought government's approval proposing the boycott of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games in the light of dropping shooting from its roster. The IOA President Narinder Batra, in a...