Monthly Archive: February 2017

GITA PHOGAT AT NATIONAL CSR SUMMIT BY SHIKHAR NGO AT NEW DELHI

WE SHOULD HAVE SPORTS TRAINING ACADEMY CENTRES IN INDIA: GEETA PHOGAT

New Delhi: Famous Wrestler Geeta Phogat said that the Wrestling culture in Ondia should be developed.

Geeta while addressing the audience at the 5th National CSR Summit- 2017 here in New Delhi.

She said that Indian authorities are spending crore of rupees every year on the sports but without identifying the grounds and training Center the students mostly from poor families suffered a lot.

She added that like other places India should also built new stadiums and training centres for wrestlers so that their future will not get suffered.

National CSR summit by Shikhar NGO impressed corporates to enhance CSR for sports

New Delhi: The 5th National CSR summit based on the theme "Enhancing Opportunities to change the destiny of sports" in India organised by Shikhar Organisation at Indian Habitat Centre on Tuesday here in New Delhi.

UP Elections: Meet the ‘most honest’ MLA of Uttar Pradesh

In a place like Uttar Pradesh, where politics is dominated by money and muscle power, it’s almost impossible to imagine a candidate contesting, and moreover winning elections with less than Rs 10,000 in his account. But would you believe that there actually exists an MLA, that too in Uttar Pradesh, who travels by Roadways buses, sweeps his entire house with hands, wears clothes made of cheapest fabric, and doesn’t even own a car. We are talking about three-time Nizamabad MLA Alam Badi, who is contesting for his fourth term from the same constituency. Aaj Tak reports that Badi was offered a ministerial birth by Akhilesh Yadav government in 2012, but he refused to take it, and as he wanted to work for people only.

India deserves a better rating, says OECD

In a much-needed shot in the arm, global think-tank OECD today pitched for a rating upgrade for India and said global rating agencies had become "overtly cautious" and conservative in not revising India’s rating for last 14 years. "I believe India deserves a better rating," said Angel Gurria, Secretary General of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).