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Allow Sikh players to wear turban during games: US lawmakers urge International Basketball Federation

Jul 30, 2015

Allow Sikh players to wear turban during games: US lawmakers urge International Basketball Federation

A bipartisan group of 39 influential American lawmakers on Thursday asked the International Basketball Federation to end its discrimination against Sikh players and allow them to play while wearing a turban. #basketball #Olympics #SportsTracker #Sikhs #IBF #US lawmakers #FIBA #International Basketball Federation
Dutee Chand verdict: All you need to know about her biggest victory yet

Jul 30, 2015

Dutee Chand verdict: All you need to know about her biggest victory yet

Dutee Chand, on 27 July 2015 took a small step for herself and a giant leap for for fellow female athletes when she argued successfully that women athletes should not be discriminated based on their natural levels of testosterone #Caster Semenya #Sports Authority of India #SportsTracker #IAAF #Athletics Federation of India #Court of Arbitration for Sport #Dutee Chand #Shareworthy #Sports Controversies
Taking a home loan? This is how dual financing by banks might hurt you

Jul 28, 2015

Taking a home loan? This is how dual financing by banks might hurt you

The problem is that while the urban cooperative banks are not allowed to carry out dual financing, there is nothing that stops scheduled commercial banks from doing the same. #RBI #Federal Reserve #PolicyWatch #Paul Volcker #Home Loans #SARFESAI Act #Dual financing
Making faces with a banana: Not just tennis, Federer's great with kids too

Jul 20, 2015

Making faces with a banana: Not just tennis, Federer's great with kids too

Federer was in African nation Malawi to start a childrens program funded by his charity foundation and had an 'amazing' time with the kids. #Sports #Tennis #Roger Federer #ThingsWeLike #Africa #Malawi #Shareworthy #Federer funny
Strike looms: 12 lakh power employees, engineers threaten to stop work for a day

Jul 20, 2015

Strike looms: 12 lakh power employees, engineers threaten to stop work for a day

Despite the opposition of power employees and engineers to the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2014, it has been put on agenda of Lok Sabha. #NewsTracker #Power employees #All India Power Engineers Federation #Shailendra Dubey #Electricity (Amendment) Bill