Bangladesh joined India in making a late bid to get shooting included into the Commonwealth Games programme for the Birmingham edition.
For the first time since 1974, shooting has been excluded from the 2022 Birmingham Games roster due to logistical issues.
Indian shooters had won a total of 16 medals out of the country’s tally of 66 in Gold Coast to top the table.
Lack of government support is prompting sportspersons to turn towards public aid.
Various fruits, flowers, and vegetables are grown in rubber tyres, shoes, washbasins and toilet seats in the composting yard
In his letter to Morgan, Rijiju said shooting is a popular sport in India and it's exclusion has "agitated" a lot of stakeholders back home.
Jayalalithaa's niece J Deepa and nephew J Deepak, who were present in court as per the directions of the bench, said they have no objection to the idea as it was the wish of their aunt.
Sehwag, who interviewed two athletes at a book launch programme here, also said other sportspersons get too little "facilities" as compared to what cricketers get.
Shooting has been axed from the 2022 edition by Birmingham Organising Committee, citing logistical issues.
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Drawing a parallel with golf and shooting 10-15 years ago, Gill is confident that his Arjuna will help his sport reach the masses.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day speech must have been sweet music to the legions of battered industry stalwarts.
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Britain's Sports Minister Nigel Adams said that India was an important Commonwealth country and he has written to the Commonwealth Games Federation to try and find a solution to the impasse.
The Commonwealth Games Federation CEO, David Grevemberg, will only let United Kingdom host a Commonwealth shooting meet in 2022 provided they follow the correct protocol.