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Sports


Centre committed to strengthening sports infrastructure facilities in view of 2028 Olympics

Centre committed to strengthening sports infrastructure facilities in view of 2028 Olympics

Shivamogga., Feb 22 (UNI) Union Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju has said the Centre was committed to strengthening sports infrastructure facilities and the country would aim to be one among the top 10 highest medal-winning countries in the 2028 Olympics.
He was speaking after laying the foundation stone for an indoor stadium at Sahyadri College in Shivamogga . The stadium is coming up at a cost of Rs 5 crore. The Centre has been providing sports infrastructure to all States. 'We are improving facilities so that we can host the Olympics in the coming years.
The Centre has been offering sports activities infrastructure to all States. We're enhancing amenities in order that we will host the Olympics within the coming years. India stands first on the planet when it comes to the youth inhabitants. The youth have many alternatives and they need to make use of them,' he stated.

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England out of WTC final contention after losing 3rd Test to India

England out of WTC final contention after losing 3rd Test to India

25 Feb 2021 | 9:22 PM

Ahmedabad, Feb 25 (UNI) England were knocked out of the race for a place in the final of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship after losing the day-night third Test against India by 10 wickets, here on Thursday.

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Pink-ball Test: Axar star with ball as India thrash England by 10 wickets, inch closer to WTC final

Pink-ball Test: Axar star with ball as India thrash England by 10 wickets, inch closer to WTC final

25 Feb 2021 | 9:18 PM

Ahmedabad, Feb 25 (UNI) Left-arm spinner Axar Patel starred with the ball as India thrashed England by 10 wickets in the day-night third test, to take 2-1 series lead in the four match series and boost their chances of cementing a place in the ICC World Test Championship final, here on Thursday.

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Pink-ball Test: India beat England by 10 wickets, lead series 2-1

Pink-ball Test: India beat England by 10 wickets, lead series 2-1

25 Feb 2021 | 8:16 PM

Ahmedabad, Feb 25 (UNI) A clinical India thrashed England by 10 wickets in day-night (Pink ball) third Test, to take 2-1 series lead in the four match series, here on Thursday.

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Om Prakash produces super 64, Manu Gandas shoots determined 67 as duo hold joint third round lead at Glade One Masters 2021

25 Feb 2021 | 7:59 PM

Ahmedabad, Feb 25 (UNI) Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow produced a super eight-under-64
while Manu Gandas of the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram, shot a determined five-under-67,
as the duo held the joint third round lead at 12-under-132, three shots head of the rest, at the
Glade One Masters 2021 being played at the Glade One Golf Resort in Ahmedabad.

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