After it was rebuilt to make it the world's largest cricket stadium, the Motera facility was renamed as `Narendra Modi Stadium' by the Gujarat Cricket Association in February 2021.
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.
India finished the Tokyo Olympic Games with a ranking of 48, which Narinder Batra described as a bar that has been set from where India can only go higher.
As per protocols followed by Indian Olympic Association, the medal winners including gold medallist Neeraj Chopra will be duly made flag bearers in the future multi sporting events.
IOA chief requests for athletes, officials returning from Olympics to be allowed entry minus RT-PCR reports
Narinder Batra further requested the Indian government to inform the Japan government of the same.
The Indian Olympic Association roped in the Adani Group as a sponsor for the Indian contingent at the ongoing Tokyo Games.
The IOA has recommended cash awards for Gold Rs 75 lakhs for Silver Rs 40 lakhs Bronze Rs 25 lakhs to the medal winners.
The 2032 deal for Brisbane looked done months before this formal decision when the International Olympic Committee gave it exclusive negotiating rights in February.
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.
Among others, the kits include three sizes of bags -- small, medium and large -- track suits and training gears.
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
COVID-19 pandemic has to some extent affected Indian athletes' preparation for the Games but Indian athletes are all set for the Games, said the official.
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.