Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium
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The tournament was to be held at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium from 21 to 31 May in the national capital, which is recording over 20,000 daily cases right now.
This comes after 10 members of the men's contingent in Patiala, including national head coach CA Kuttappa, were found positive in tests conducted a few days ago.
Sonia Gandhi to address political leaders, party workers on the occasion of Rajiv Gandhi’s birth anniversary
As a part of celebrations to commemorate Rajiv Gandhi's 75th birth anniversary, Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi will address a gathering of leaders, party workers from across the country and artists at a special event.
Asian Games 2018: Boxers Sachin Siwach, Nikhat Zareen in selection controversy ahead of quadrennial event
The Mail Today reported that the young boxers Siwach and Nikhat had written to the BFI President Ajay Singh, seeking a chance to compete in the Asian Games trials.
AICC plenary session LIVE updates: Present govt has left no stone unturned to destroy Congress, but we won't cower, says Sonia Gandhi
During the session on Saturday, two resolutions, one political and another on agriculture, jobs and poverty alleviation will be adopted
Rahul Gandhi to present Congress vision document at plenary session in Delhi, set tone for 2019 Lok Sabha elections
Congress president Rahul Gandhi will present the party's vision document at its upcoming plenary session which will set the tone for its poll strategy in the Lok Sabha and state Assembly elections where it seeks to oust the BJP from power
Sushil won all his bouts but things took an ugly turn when Rana claimed that the wrestler's supporters beat him "for daring to take the ring" against him.
Sushil Kumar claimed that he had been bitten by Parveen Rana during the bout.
She may be hogging the limelight after becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for Olympics, but Dipa Karmakar says she has not changed a bit and happy that people have started recognising the sport.
A long cherished dream of qualifying for the Olympics achieved, India's history-making gymnast Dipa Karmakar said on Thursday that she will leave no stone unturned in her quest for a medal in the Rio Games later this year.