Sunday, January 16, 2022

Kiren Rijiju

INOX announces free lifetime movie tickets for Olympic medal winners

Finding it to be a morale booster for Olympic athletes, INOX Leisure took to their Twitter handle to announce about the offer

Kiren Rijiju against additional Covid-19 restrictions on India’s Olympics contingent

The Tokyo organisers have prescribed stricter regulations for travellers from 11 countries including India for the Games beginning July 23.

Sports Minister launches Central Athlete Injury Management System

It will start with support for athletes who are a part of the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) development group expected to participate in Olympics 2024 and beyond.

190-member contingent to Olympics likely: Batra

So far, 100 athletes have qualified for the Tokyo Games, including 56 men and 44 women

Sania Mirza’s son gets UK visa, thanks Sports Minister

Sania is due to travel to play a series of tournaments in England, including Wimbledon, ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games for the Olympics.

Sports Ministry to launch short movies on journeys of Tokyo-bound Indian athletes

The series - Olympics Ki Aasha will celebrate stories of grit, passion and determination of India's elite athletes and pay homage to what it has taken to reach the highest level of sporting excellence.

Bengaluru police open fire on 2 rape accused

Early Friday, two of them, Ridoy Babu, 25, and Sagar, 23, attacked the policemen and tried to flee. The police opened fire in self-defence.

Never break Covid-19 protocols, Kiren Rijiju tells sportspersons

Sports Minister posted the comment while wishing Olympic-bound shooters a successful trip to Croatia, for which they left earlier in the day

Rijiju congratulates rowers Arjun, Arvind for sealing Tokyo Olympics berth

I congratulate the Indian duo of Naib Subedar Arjun Jat and Naib Subedar Arvind Singh who have qualified for men's Light Weight Doubles Scull event for Tokyo Olympics after securing second place

Kiren Rijiju expects double digit medal haul in Tokyo Olympics

Sports Minister said the govt has provided all possible support to the athletes in preparation for the Olympics, and it is now their job to make the Games a "memorable" one for India

Handball included in Khelo India Games

Jagan Mohan Rao, president of Handball Federation of India, thanked Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, IOA and Sports Authority of India (SAI) for including the game in Khelo India

Bhavani Devi becomes first Indian fencer to qualify for Olympics

The 27-year-old has qualified for the Olympics through the Adjusted Official Ranking (AOR) method

Telangana among most poorly funded states under Khelo India scheme

As against Rs 855.16 crore spent under the scheme so far, Telangana, despite the State having a tremendous talent pool of young sportspersons, received only a meagre Rs 6.6 crore

Deactivating my social media handles till Olympics: Bajrang

He further said he will return to social media after the conclusion of the quadrennial event.

President Kovind inaugurates world’s largest cricket stadium in Motera

Spread over 63 acres, the stadium has been built at an estimated cost of Rs 800 crore and with a seating capacity for 1,32,000 spectators.

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