Hockey India levels serious allegations on SAI

Soon before Asian Games, Hockey India, the Indian hockey team has levelled serious accusations on the Sports Authority of India by saying that they have mismanaged the funds allotted to them.

Shankaracharya warns PM Narendra Modi ahead of his Shirdi visit

Already facing flak for his critical remarks on Sai Baba, Dwarkapeeth Shankaracharya, Swaroopanand Saraswati, has now warned Prime Minister Narendra Modi of what might happen if he`ll pay visit to Shirdi.

VK Gupta new chief of CPWD

V K Gupta, the special DG in Central Public Works Department (CPWD) Headquarters, has taken over as the Director General of the organisation.

NIS Patiala separated from SAI: Sports Minister

SAI lost control over National Institute for Sports Patiala on Wednesday as the body was separated from the Sports Authority of India and turned into an autonomous and independent entity.

NADA conducts surprise raid at SAI, Bhopal

A National Anti-doping Agency (NADA) team on Saturday conducted a surprise raid at the Central Regional Centre of SAI in Bhopal, in the wake of a doping scandal that rocked the country a couple of weeks ago.

NADA conducts raid at SAI`s Bangalore centre

National Anti-Doping Agency conducted raids at Sports Authority of India`s centre at Bangalore and took urine samples from the campers there for testing.

Olympics hopes fade as more test positive

India’s 2012 Olympics hopes could be on the backburner as runner Ashwini Akkunji’s B samples too tested positive for banned substances.

Sports Ministry removes Sidhu, 3 other officials

The government sacked four SAI officials in the wake of the doping scandal which has seen eight top athletes failing dope tests in the last few days.

SAI needs to be more accountable: Maken

Sports Minister Ajay Maken on Thursday
said he wants to make the Sports Authority of India (SAI) more
accountable along with the NSFs through the proposed National
Sports Development Legislation.

Rach wants to coach women hockey team, SAI says no

SAI has rejected the application of the German coach Gerhard Peter Rach, who despite his unpleasant past experience with the Indian hockey.

With new boats in tow, Bajrang Lal upbeat about Olympic medal

Asian Games gold-medallist Bajrang Lal Thakkar is a happy man to have finally got new boats which would boost his medal chances in 2012 London Olympics.

SAI gags Brasa after controversial interview

India`s chief hockey coach Jose
Brasa was today gagged from speaking to the media after a
controversial interview in which he claimed that he was being
treated like a slave by the Sports Authority of India and
Hockey India.

SAI starts camp for women world cup hockey

The Sports Authority of India (SAI) and Indian Olympics Association (IOA) have been asked to select the women`s hockey team for the upcoming World Cup in Rosario, Argentina later this month.

Now, IWF suspends coach on sexual harassment allegations

IWF suspended Coach Ramesh Malhotra for alleged sexual harassment of junior lifters.

C`garh BJP suggests Sai as RS candidate

Chhattisgarh BJP election committee
has suggested senior tribal leader Nand Kumar Sai`s name for
Rajya Sabha candidate, party sources said on Monday.

SAIL academy nurturing hockey talents in Sundargarh

Sanjeev Barla, a 19-year-old from poor tribal family in Sundargarh, developed a passion for hockey at a very young age but his dream of playing for India
took wings only after joining the SAIL Hockey Academy here.

Stadium not reason for cancellation of 4-nation tourney: SAI

The Sports Authority of India
today made it clear that unpreparedness of the National
Stadium is not the reason behind the cancellation of the
four-nation hockey tournament

SAI releases Rs 45 crore under PYKKA

The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has released a sum of Rs 44.97 crore as grant to various States and Union Territories.

SAI denies prior knowledge of PT Usha`s arrival; blame game begins

Contrary to the claims of Madhya
Pradesh Sports Minister Tukoji Rao Pawar that PT Usha had
arrived in the city on the invitation from the Sports
Authority of India.

SAI cannot be blamed for Usha`s ill-treatment: Gill

Sports Minister MS Gill said
Sports Authority of India cannot be blamed for the ill-treatment meted out to legendary athlete PT Usha in the 49th National Open Athletics in Bhopal.