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Karan Dinesh Singh Rawat

Karin Dinesh Singh Rawat is studying Commerce at Secondary Level and intern Journalist for ABC Live writes news reports on Business and sports.

Delhi All set to Host First National Rural Games

New Delhi (ABC Live): First National Rural Games : Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Minister shri Vijay Goel today announced that the first edition of Rural Games or Grameen Khel Mahotsav will kick-start from Delhi and will take place between 28th August to 3rd September, 2017. The Rural Games will aim at popularising the indigenous games like wrestling, …

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India Announces National Sports Awards 2017

New Delhi (ABC Live): National Sports Awards 2017 : National Sports Awards are given every year to recognize and reward excellence in sports. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award is given for the spectacular and most outstanding performance in the field of sports by a sportsperson over a period of four year, Arjuna Award is given for consistency outstanding performance for …

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International Army Games Starts in Russia

New Delhi (ABC Live):International Army Games :The Tank Biathlon commenced with the opening ceremony of International Army Games at Alabino Ranges, Russia on 29 July 2017. Nineteen nations with three crews each are competing with each other in the Stage I individual races to qualify for the Stage II which will be a relay race. Top twelve teams will be …

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UNESCO, FIFA Join for Sports Access for All

NewYork(ABCLive) FIFA ; UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Social and Human Sciences, Nada Al-Nashif, and FIFA Secretary-General, Fatma Samoura, met on 14 July 2017 on the occasion of UNESCO’s 6th International Conference of Ministers and Senior Officials responsible for physical education and sport (MINEPS VI), in Kazan, Russian Federation. During their meeting, Fatma Samoura took the opportunity to express FIFA’s support …

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UNESCO Aims Development and Peace Via Sports

New York (ABC Live): UNESCO:There is no more powerful platform for promoting shared values than sport, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Irina Bokova, said in a message marking the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. “Sport is a passion shared by women and men across the world. It is a force for physical …

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India Derecognises Indian Olympic Association

New Delhi (ABC Live): Indian Government has suspended the deemed recognition, granted by it to the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) until the IOA reverses its decision to appoint Shri Suresh Kalmadi and Shri Abhay Chautala as Life Presidents. Following the suspension, IOA will cease to enjoy the privileges and prerogatives bestowed on it by the Government as the National Olympic Committee …

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AT&T All Set to Acquire Time Warner

New York (ABC Live): Telecom giant AT&T has announced that they will be buying Time Warner for nearly $86bn. However the deal which will be one of the biggest deals this year still needs approval from regulators. AT&T’s chairman in his statement described the deal as “a perfect match” , however we think this deal will result in too much …

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Digital Dividends Not for 60 percent of World

New Delhi (ABC Live):Digital Technologies Dividends: A new World Bank report says that while the internet, mobile phones and other digital technologies are spreading rapidly throughout the developing world, the anticipated digital dividends of higher growth, more jobs, and better public services have fallen short of expectations, and 60 percent of the world’s population remains excluded from the ever-expanding digital …

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FIFA Ethics Violations Truns Ban for Blatter, Platini

New Delhi (ABC Live): FIFA Ethics Violations :FIFA ethics investigators said on Tuesday they planned an appeal that could extend eight-year bans on world soccer body president Joseph “Sepp” Blatter and European soccer boss Michel Platini, raising the possibility of lifelong exclusion. Blatter and Platini were both banned from soccer last month for ethics violations, leaving the global game leaderless …

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Archeological Suevey Adds 100 Monuments in Must-See List

New Delhi (ABC Live): Archeological Suevey of India (ASI) is developing a Portal for the “Must-see Monuments and Archaeological Sites of India”, under its protection. The purpose of creating the portal is to highlight outstanding monuments and sites in India, comprising world heritage properties, sites under UNESCO’s Tentative List, ASI’s ticketed and other non-ticketed prominent monuments. Nearly a hundred monuments …

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