Haryana polls: BJP's aggressive campaign against dynasties gets mixed response

While BJP swept Haryana, its aggressive campaigning against political dynasties got a mixed response as elder sons of former chief ministers Bhajan Lal and Bansi Lal lost their seats but most members of INLD clan managed to win in spite of their party's poor show.

Haryana Assembly polls: To woo youth, INLD ropes in Yo Yo Honey Singh
Haryana Assembly polls: To woo youth, INLD ropes in Yo Yo Honey Singh

To woo youth voters in the state, Haryana's main opposition INLD has roped in rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh for the upcoming assembly elections.

No Modi wave; INLD to form next govt in Haryana: Chautala

Haryana's main Opposition party INLD on Saturday said there was no "Modi wave" in the country and claimed it was well positioned to form the next government in the state after assembly polls scheduled for October 15.

INLD to raise alleged land scams, corruption in Hooda's tenure

Haryana's main opposition party Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) on Thursday said that alleged land scams, corruption and "poor" law and order situation in the state will be its main poll plank during the upcoming Assembly polls.

INLD releases 2nd list of candidates for Haryana polls

Haryana`s main Opposition party Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) Thursday released the second list of party candidates containing names of 11 contestants, including two sitting MLAs, to test electoral battle in the state slated to go to polls in a couple of months.

Boxing India elections on September 11

Boxing India Firday said it will conduct fresh elections on September 11 after being directed by the world governing body AIBA.

IOA polls today, India likely to return to Olympic fold

Slammed by the sporting fraternity for bringing shame on the country, a beleaguered IOA will hold its much-awaited elections today which is expected to clear the decks for India`s return to the Olympic fold after 14 months of suspension by its parent body.

IOA polls today, India likely to return to Olympic fold

Slammed by the sporting fraternity for bringing shame on the country, a beleaguered IOA will hold its much-awaited elections today which is expected to clear the decks for India`s return to the Olympic fold after 14 months of suspension by its parent body.

CSI tells IOC, IOA elections could be challenged in court

Calling on the International Olympic Committee to stop Abhay Singh Chautala and Lalit Bhanot from being part of the IOA`s Electoral College, Clean Sports India (CSI) has told the IOC that given the "anomalies", the polls could end up being challenged in courts here.

Abhay Singh Chautala to nominate candidates for his faction in IOA polls

Barred from contesting next month`s Indian Olympic Association elections, suspended IOA President Abhay Singh Chautala is set to call the shots on who would be nominated from his faction for the top posts in the polls which will bring the country back to the Olympic fold after more than a year.

No lifting of ban until IOA ensures absolute clarity: IOC

Not completely happy with the Indian Olympic Association leaving room for interpretations in its recent constitutional amendments, the IOC today indicated that it may not proceed to lift the ban on the country until IOA ensures clarity regarding barring of charge-framed persons from contesting elections.

IOA amends constitution under pressure from IOC

Left with no other option after being served an ultimatum by the International Olympic Committee, the IOA on sunday amended its constitution to bar charge-framed persons from contesting elections, in a development which is expected to pave the way for India`s return to the Olympic fold.

Decision to amend constitution unlikely in IOA GBM on Sunday

Faced with the International Olympic Committee`s stern directive to bar charge-framed persons from contesting elections, the Indian Olympic Association meets here tomorrow in a special General Body Meeting which, however, is unlikely to take any final decision.

Haryana Assembly condemns Abhay Singh Chautala for "selfish" conduct as IOA chief

The Haryana Assembly on Wednesday condemned the "obstinate and selfish conduct" of IOA President Abhay Singh Chautala "for causing incalculable damage to the career of sportspersons.

Ministry takes dim view of Chautala`s attack on Bindra

The Union sports ministry Saturday stated that iconic sportspersons are "national heroes" and that it has "zero tolerance" to attacks on them.

Chautala`s statement doesn`t deserve reaction, says Abhinav Bindra

Ace shooter Abhinav Bindra has refused to react to the personal attack launched against him by Indian Olympic Association President Abhey Singh Chautala, saying the remarks made by the suspended body`s chief do not deserve a rebuttal.

Abhay Singh Chautala's personal attack on Bindra triggers outcry

Furious with ace shooter Abhinav Bindra`s sustained campaign against tainted officials in the Indian Olympic Association, the suspended body`s President Abhey Singh on Friday launched a stinging personal attack on the former Olympic gold-medallist.

Need to put in place an alternative mechanism, says Sports Minister

Sports Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday slammed the diversionary tactics of Indian Olympic Association and said an alternative mechanism needs to be put in place to enable Indian athletes to compete under the national flag in the wake of IOA`s reluctance to adhere to IOC`s guidelines.

Abhay Chautala attended IOA GBM as Athletics representative: Nachappa

Claiming that IOA chief Abhay Singh Chautala was not eligible to attend the August 25 Special General Body Meeting, Clean Sports India President Ashwini Nachappa has asked the International Olympic Committee not to heed to the decision taken by "few corrupt officials and politicians" in that conclave.

Happy to see IOC willing to clean up Indian sports, says Abhinav Bindra

Ace shooter Abhinav Bindra on Saturday applauded IOC`s decision to not change its stance on barring charge-sheeted persons from contesting Indian Olympic Association (IOA) elections, saying it was heartening to see the world body keen on cleaning up sports in the country.