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  • Currency, passports among items lost during CWG

    Currency, passports among items lost during CWG

    Currency, accreditation cards, mobile phones, passports -- this is what athletes and officials at the Delhi edition of Commonwealth Games lost during the sporting extravaganza.

  • Oz athletes raise Rs four lakh for charity

    Oz athletes raise Rs four lakh for charity

    Australian athletes, who dominated the just-concluded Commonwealth Games, have raised Rs four lakh for the poor and unprivileged children of the national capital.

  • Sri Lankan president guest of honour at Games close

    Sri Lankan president guest of honour at Games close

    Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse will be the guest of honour at Thursday's closing ceremony of the Delhi Commonwealth Games, where participants include nations deeply critical of his rights record.

  • Chaos after Yogeshwar's gold as Rahul's security breached

    Chaos after Yogeshwar's gold as Rahul's security breached

    There was total chaos at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex after wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt was literally jostled and dragged by a group of men led by Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda and taken to Congress MP Rahul Gandhi who was sitting in the top tier of the stadium watching the proceedings.

  • Nigeria medal hopes hit by malaria

    Nigeria medal hopes hit by malaria

    Nigeria's hopes of repeating their one gold and two bronze table tennis medal haul from the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games were hit on Saturday when one of their team member fell ill with malaria.

  • Malaysian striker suspended for hitting Scott goalkeeper

    Malaysian striker suspended for hitting Scott goalkeeper

    Malaysian striker Faizal Saari has been handed out a two-match suspension after he was found guilty of deliberately hitting a Scotland player during a pool match in the men's hockey event in the Commonwealth Games.

  • India's squash hope Dipika pulls out of Commonwealth Games

    India's squash hope Dipika pulls out of Commonwealth Games

    India's hopes of winning its first medal in squash at the Commonwealth Games received a severe blow with top female player Dipika Pallikal pulling out of the women's and mixed doubles events due to a mild fever which she had developed before the start of the October 3-14 event.

  • Rahul Gandhi turns up at Talkatora to cheer Vijender

    Rahul Gandhi turns up at Talkatora to cheer Vijender

    He has himself learned boxing from a Dronacharya awardee and Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Friday showed his love for the sport by turning up to watch the opening Commonwealth Games bout of Olympic bronze medalist and world number one Vijender Singh at the Talkatora Stadium.

  • Comments on Dikshit unfortunate: Hooper

    Comments on Dikshit unfortunate: Hooper

    Commonwealth Games CEO Mike Hooper on Friday termed as "unfortunate" the comments made by a New Zealand TV anchor against Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

  • After CWG gold, Omkar sets new targets

    After CWG gold, Omkar sets new targets

    With his dream of winning a gold medal in the ongoing Commonwealth Games fulfilled, Omkar Singh has now trained his eyes on the Guangzhou Asian Games and other upcoming international tournaments.

  • Accident at Village injures Ugandan delegates

    Accident at Village injures Ugandan delegates

    Mayor of the Commonwealth Games Village on Thursday apologised to the Uganda delegation for a freak accident in which three Ugandan officials, including the team's Chef de Mission were injured.

  • India slams NZ TV anchor's 'racist' Dikshit remarks

    India slams NZ TV anchor's 'racist' Dikshit remarks

    India denounced Thursday "racist" and "unacceptable" remarks made by a New Zealand television anchor about an Indian minister and summoned the country's ambassador to present a complaint.

  • Wales athlete claims harassment

    Wales athlete claims harassment

    An athlete from Wales participating in the Commonwealth Games has lodged a complaint with police claiming that she was harassed by unknown persons, police said on Thursday.

  • CGF chief apologises for injury to Ugandan officials

    CGF chief apologises for injury to Ugandan officials

    Commonwealth Games Federation chief Michael Fennell on Thursday apologised for a freak accident resulting in injuries to three Ugandan officials, including the team's Chef de Mission, at the Games Village in the early hours of Wednesday.

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Sonali Chander
Sonali Chander
Sorry for the delays! Do you agree with Mr Gavaskar that Sehwag should have had his surgery before the the IPL so as not miss Windies tour? 2 years ago
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The Thyagraj Sports Complex, which will host Netball during the 2010 Commonwealth Games, is India's first eco-friendly sports complex, it was constructed with bricks made up of fly-ash. The stadium has effective water management systems like rainwater harvesting, sewage treatment with two lakh litres a day capacity, dual flush systems, sensor-based faucets, etc.