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Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju holds 2-day video conference with Sports & Youth Affairs Ministers of all states, UTs

Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju holds 2-day video conference with Sports & Youth Affairs Ministers of all states, UTs
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju will hold a two day video conference with Sports and Youth Affairs Ministers of all states and union territories.

West Indies win first cricket test match against England by four wickets

West Indies win first cricket test match against England by four wickets
West Indies won the first international cricket match since the sport's return after the coronavirus outbreak, beating hosts England in a thrilling first Test at an empty Ageas Bowl Stadium last night.

Union Sports Minister to hold discussions with sports ministers of all states, UTs to discuss way forward

Union Sports Minister to hold discussions with sports ministers of all states, UTs to discuss way forward
Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju will hold discussions with sports ministers of all states and union territories from tomorrow to figure a way forward as sporting activities begin to resume amid the gradual lifting of the COVID-19 lockdown.

Sports Minister Rijiju to hold discussions with sports ministers of all States and UTs from Tuesday

Sports Minister Rijiju to hold discussions with sports ministers of all States and UTs from Tuesday
Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju will hold discussions with sports ministers of all States and Union Territories from Tuesday to figure a way forward as sporting activities begin to resume amid the gradual lifting of the COVID-19 lockdown.

Former cricketer Chetan Chauhan tests positive for COVID-19

Former cricketer Chetan Chauhan tests positive for COVID-19
In Uttar Pradesh, Former India cricketer and Uttar Pradesh cabinet Minister Chetan Chauhan has tested positive for COVID-19.

NSNIS, Patiala announces relaxation in admission criteria of coaching course

NSNIS, Patiala announces relaxation in admission criteria of coaching course
Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports, NSNIS, Patiala has announced relaxation in admission criteria of coaching course to allow more eminent athletes to apply.

Asia Cup Cricket tournament postponed till June 2021

Asia Cup Cricket tournament postponed till June 2021
The Asia Cup Cricket tournament, which was scheduled to be held in September this year, has been postponed till June next year by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) owing to an upsurge in COVID-19 cases in the region.

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar inaugurates Plasma Therapy Unit for treating COVID-19 patients

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar inaugurates Plasma Therapy Unit for treating COVID-19 patients
Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar today inaugurated a Plasma Therapy Unit for treating COVID-19 patients at the Seven Hills Hospital in suburban Andheri.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrates his 39th birthday

Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrates his 39th birthday
The most successful former captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, today is celebrating his 39th birthday in Ranchi.

Fit India Movement is becoming people's movement in true sense: Kiren Rijiju

Fit India Movement is becoming people's movement in true sense: Kiren Rijiju
Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju has said that Fit India Movement is becoming people's movement in true sense.

Foreign and Indian coaches will now have a four-year contract

Foreign and Indian coaches will now have a four-year contract
Foreign and Indian coaches for training Indian Athletes will now have a four-year contract in alignment with the Olympic cycle.

Sri Lanka drops 2011 World Cup final fixing probe on lack of evidence

Sri Lanka drops 2011 World Cup final fixing probe on lack of evidence
In Sri Lanka, the investigation launched into the match-fixing allegations during the final of 2011 World Cup cricket has been suspended following insufficient evidence and public outcry.
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