Archery Association of India (AAI) president Vijay Kumar Malhotra felicitated the Indian contingent at a function here Sunday for collecting seven medals at the recently concluded Asian Grand Prix Archery Championship in Bangkok.
Former Indian Olympic Association President Vijay Kumar Malhotra on Tuesday hailed the IOC`s decision to lift the ban on India, saying the country should now focus on preparing for the Commonwealth and Asian Games scheduled later this year.
The Queen`s Baton of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games was given a ceremonial reception by top Indian sportspersons and officials, including IOA acting chief Vijay Kumar Malhotra, at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Friday night.
Vijay Kumar Malhotra, the president of the recognised Indian Olympic Association (IOA), onThursday regretted International Olympic Committee’s decision aggainst revoking its suspension of India but promised his best efforts ensure the country`s return to the Olympic movement.
Indian Olympic Association (IOA) acting president Vijay Kumar Malhotra, who is recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), boycotted Sunday`s Special General Meeting saying he "didn`t call it so why attend it".
President of Archery Association of India, Vijay Kumar Malhotra today congratulated the Indian contingent for winning gold and two bronze medals in the 3rd World Cup Championship at Medellin, Colombia, stating it will boost the archers ahead of future events
The President of Archery Association of India (AAI), Vijay Kumar Malhotra on Monday congratulated Indian archery contingent for winning a gold and two bronze medals in the third World Cup Archery Championship at Medellin, Columbia.
The President of Archery Association of India (AAI), Vijay Kumar Malhotra today congratulated Indian archery contingent for winning a gold and two bronze medals in the third World Cup Archery Championship at Medellin, Columbia.
R K Anand, one of the Indian officials to take part in the Lausanne meeting next week, today slammed India Olympic Association acting chief Vijay Kumar Malhotra for boycotting the crucial conclave after he was named as one of the IOA delegates.
Sports Ministry on Thursday termed Vijay Kumar Malhotra`s decision to stay away from the May 15 meeting with the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne as "disappointing" but said that the IOA acting chief`s presence would not have in any case mattered too much.