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SAI to take action against erring players, officials for 'flouting rules'

SAI to take action against erring players, officials for 'flouting rules'

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ITW Consulting Continues to get Games Closer to their Audience

ITW Consulting Continues to get Games Closer to their Audience

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England's 2019 WC win shows how diversity can be used in positive way in sports: Monty Panesar

England's 2019 WC win shows how diversity can be used in positive way in sports: Monty Panesar

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'Want to gain my permanent spot back in national squad': Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman

'Want to gain my permanent spot back in national squad': Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman

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At a Tricky Crossroad

As India gained a firmer footing over the decades, so did Indian sports. Not that commercial inflow into sports increased rapidly (please, let’s ignore the elephant in the room – cricket – for now), but media attention certainly did

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India Loses Hosting Rights Of 2021 Men's World Boxing Championships

The Boxing Federation of India acknowledged the delay but blamed it on "procedural complications" arising out of the AIBA's failure to resolve "issues" with regards to the account in which the money was to be transferred.

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Wimbledon Just Served An Ace With Pandemic Insurance: BCCI Could Not Possibly Comprehend Any Such Situation.

Protection for undoing of a competition by virtue of a pandemic might be particular to more developed markets

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Pitch Condition Problem

While all countries realise the need to provide ‘flat’ pitches for white ball cricket – led, somewhat understandably, by commerce and fan provision – test match pitches is where hosts can and do, play to their traditional strengths

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Apollo Tyres Allies With Man Utd To Nurture India’s Budding Footballers

We know that Football is a huge and growing sport in India, I think it’s about 400% increase in the last two years, says Manchester United’s Head of Academy, Nick Cox

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India’s Tokyo Tally

To the two shooting medals, let’s add one in boxing. Unlike shooting or other technologically timed/calibrated sports, boxing is heavily dependent on the human factor brought in by judges ... there will always be scope for results which seem clearly wrong

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The Popularity Stakes

Sports which place fan comfort and enjoyment right on top of the pyramid, alongside the needs of their top stars, are bound to prosper. The rest, in our sport-eat-sport world, will struggle

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India’s Love Affair With Sports

To all those who have attempted to excel at sports, here is some free advice: you have developed the most important ingredient of succeeding in this lifetime...the capacity to work hard. Understand that. Use that. March on.

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Need More Coaching Programmes In India: Mary Kom

BW Businessworld talks to Indian Olympic boxer Mary Kom about the rise of these sports and support for athletes.

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Sports: Life Beyond Cricket

The sports world is changing and non-cricket athletes are the new rising stars. This does not mean cricketers have lost their sheen, but brands and fans have started to look beyond cricket.

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Controlling The Pitch: Leadership Lessons To Look For In ICC WC 2019

Business and sport have both been changed by technology. The overwhelming availability of data often jostles with our own preferred strategy or style of execution, and many businesses today face the challenge of choosing between following where the data leads them, and using data to shape or fine tune a preferred strategy.

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