IOA chief Narinder Batra supports Hockey India's decision to withdraw from CWG to focus on Asian Games
Indian Olympic Association President Narinder Batra has backed Hockey India's decision to pull out from the Commonwealth Games 2022.
These ponds hold hazardous radioactive matter that is highly toxic in nature and is a constant menace to the health of people, groundwater, local water bodies, agriculture and livestock in the area.
One of the four pieces seized is suspected to be Californium, which has several practical uses and costs something around Rs 170 crore for one gram, police sources said.
The Indian Olympic Association roped in the Adani Group as a sponsor for the Indian contingent at the ongoing Tokyo Games.
Indian Olympic Association president Narinder Batra will remain in Japan till August 9 to oversee the Tokyo Olympics.
The officials will receive the first batch of the Indian Contingent of 90 in the Village, when it lands in Tokyo on July 18.
Tokyo 2020 restrictions unfair for India, but time to face the situation, come back with glory: IOA chief Batra
The good thing is athletes will be allowed to train. But since Indian athletes travelling from home won’t be allowed to train with athletes from other NOCs, Batra said
Need to overcome 'unfair' protocols to succeed in Tokyo Olympics: IOA chief Narinder Batra to Indian athletes
IOA President Narinder Batra said negotiations are still on to ease restrictions on training during quarantine.
Renowned media professional Joy Bhattacharjya moderated the session for which Go Sports Foundation is the knowledge partner.
IOC also says it will explain the actual situation to IOA more carefully.
There can't be any discrimination: Kiren Rijiju on additional COVID-19 restrictions on India's Olympic-bound
India's best performance in the Olympics came in 2012 when the country returned with six medals, including two silver medals.
The IOA asked all the national sports federations to inform their respective athletes regarding the stipulation.
Olympic-bound athletes flying out of India will now leave for Tokyo in a special chartered flight organised by one of the federation’s officials.
The IOA called these new guidelines 'highly unfair for Indian athletes who have worked hard for five years to be discriminated against just five days before the Olympics'
Japan imposes stricter regulations on India's Olympic-bound, IOA says it's 'unfair and discriminatory'
On arrival, athletes and officials will not be allowed to interact with anyone else apart from their on delegation for three days.