Indian Olympic Association president Narinder Batra will remain in Japan till August 9 to oversee the Tokyo Olympics.
Indian Olympic Association President Narinder Batra feels that there were a lot of challenges the players and the administrators faced due to the pandemic but now is the time to go and excel.
The officials will receive the first batch of the Indian Contingent of 90 in the Village, when it lands in Tokyo on July 18.
Long wait in immigration without food and water: Narinder Batra expresses concerns on arrival in Tokyo
Narinder Batra was informed of the inconveniences the athletes from other countries are facing on landing in Tokyo by the Indian Chef De mission on Friday.
Tokyo Games being held under extraordinary circumstances, go through everything with a smile: Indian contingent told
Baishya said the athletes need to be prepared for spending long hours at the airport after landing in Tokyo for testing, immigration and other clearances.
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.
The country's lone individual Olympic gold-medallist Abhinav Bindra was the flag-bearer at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The IOA on Sunday had said 120 athletes and 27 para-athletes have so far received at least one dose of the vaccine
After narrowly beating Belgium’s Coudron, Batra promises to understand concerns of those who voted against him and help sport grow in next few years
Conducting Olympics will send strong message that we've moved beyond COVID: IOA chief Narinder Batra
The Tokyo Olympics, which was scheduled to be held last year, was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Narinder Batra said athletes and officials travelling abroad for training and competitions should be careful and restrict their movements.
The Indian Olympic Association chief, who became FIH president in 2016, had revealed his re-election bid in a letter to the FIH Congress on February 18.
The Commonwealth Games Association of India president Batra and his family took Covishield Vaccine developed by the Serum Institute of India.
Indian Olympic Association Narinder Batra, who was in the city for an event, spoke about the country's need to improve in specific events ahead of the 2024 Games.