AITA President fumes after reports of Sports Ministry seeking resignation
AITA President fumes after reports of Sports Ministry seeking resignation

Reacting angrily to media reports that he has been asked to step down by the Sports Ministry, All India Tennis Association President Anil Khanna on Friday said he has got no such intimation and insisted that his election to the post was well within the government norms on age and tenure.

India fined for last-minute pullouts at Asiad 2014
India fined for last-minute pullouts at Asiad 2014

The Indian Olympic Association has been fined USD 10,000 for withdrawing teams from the Asian Games at a late stage, but All India Tennis Association chief Anil Khanna is hopeful that the penalty would be withdrawn.

Sania Mirza has a change of heart, decides to play in Asian Games
Sania Mirza has a change of heart, decides to play in Asian Games

In a significant development, Sania Mirza has agreed to play in the upcoming Asian Games, two days after AITA announced that they would allow top players to miss the Incheon event, keeping in mind their requirements on the professional circuit.

Now AITA supports Somdev Devvarman's pullout of Asian Games
Now AITA supports Somdev Devvarman's pullout of Asian Games

Changing its stance towards Somdev Devvarman's pulling out of the Asian Games squad, the AITA on Friday said it supports the step taken by the top singles player of the country.

`Lack of infrastructure hurting sports tourism`

Lack of infrastructure in the country was the highlight of a roundtable on sports tourism organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here Friday.

Jaitley not to contest DDCA elections; it`s Bedi vs Bansal

Delhi & Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) president Arun Jaitley has decided against contesting the upcoming state association elections scheduled on December 30 paving way for his confidant Sneh Bansal to take on legendary Bishan Singh Bedi in a prestigious fight.

AITA to form committee, stalemate continues

Stung by the boycott of top players for the Davis Cup tie, a beleaguered AITA today decided to appoint a special committee to look into the grievances of the rebels even as the standoff showed no signs of ending with the tennis body and the players engaging in a fresh blame game.

Now, AITA chief threatens action against Mahesh Bhupathi

Anil Khanna has threatened to take action against Mahesh Bhupathi for making false allegations of wrongdoing and corruption against the country`s tennis body.

Bhupathi lashes out at AITA

Mumbai: India tennis veteran Mahesh Bhupathi Tuesday launched a scathing attack on the All India Tennis Association (AITA), saying its administration is detrimental to growth of sport in the country and he has no choice but to accept the two-year ban slapped on him by the "dictatorial" body.

AITA demands more money for players

All India Tennis Association (AITA) urged the government to increase the financial help being given to its players from Rs three crore to five crore and also demanded that the benefit be extended to juniors as well.

AITA comes out with weak defence in response to Sania's jibe

AITA on Wednesday put up a weak defence to Sania's Mirza's jibe taken at it, saying the selection for the London Olympics was done purely on merit and that it acknowledges the accomplishments of Sania.

AITA to have final say on selection for Olympics

A persistent All India Tennis Association on Tuesday scored a moral victory while Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna were snubbed after the Sports Ministry left the selection of the men`s doubles pair for next month`s Olympics to AITA`s discretion.

AITA chief says has ministry`s backing on Olympic selection

All India Tennis Association President Anil Khanna on Tuesday said the Sports Ministry will fully support its final decision on the men`s doubles team for London Olympics.

AITA confident of getting Sania to play in Olympics

AITA secretary-general Anil Khanna is confident that a way could be found for Sania Mirza to play at the London Olympics .

IOA decides to involve sportspersons in Olympics preparation

Veteran sports administrator KP Singh Deo has been named as the convener of the Olympic Games Monitoring committee.

Not involved in tendering process: Anil Khanna

Former treasurer of the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee, Anil Khanna, defended himself saying that he was not involved in the tendering process and was not even a part of the OC at the time the contract was signed.

Not involved in tendering process: Anil Khanna

Former treasurer of the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee, Anil Khanna, defended himself saying that he was not involved in the tendering process and was not even a part of the OC at the time the contract was signed.