After the IPL spot-fixing rocked cricket in India, the government of India is now ready to push for the introduction of ‘Sports Fraud Bill’ in the Parliament during the on-going monsoon session. Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said the Sports Fraud Bill will be sent to the Cabinet in a few days for approval before it is presented in the Parliament.
Indian archer Mangal Singh Champia earned India an individual Olympic quota berth at the World Archery Championships. Meanwhile, compatriots Rajat Chauhan and Laxmirani Majhi remained in the gold and bronze medal hunt.
Indian hockey has been going through turbulent times with Paul van Ass becoming the fourth foreign coach in recent times to be unceremoniously sacked by the bosses of the national federation.
One97 Communications, owners of Paytm, today acquired the title sponsorship rights for india's domestic and international cricket matches at home for a period of four years with a bid price of Rs 203.28 crores.