Indian Contingent

  • India's Paralympics contingent mistreated September 4, 2012

    Sports Minister Ajay Maken steps in after CNNIBN exposed the shabby treatment meted out to the Indian contingent in London. ...
  • I have realised my mistake: Olympic gatecrasher August 3, 2012

    Madhura Nagendra, who gatecrashed into the Indian contingent's march past, regrets the incident but says she did not breach security. ...
  • It was error of judgement: Olympic gatecrasher August 3, 2012

    Bangalore: The mysterious woman, who gatecrashed into the Indian Olympic contingent's march past at the opening ceremony of the London Olympics, on Thursday regretted the incident, saying "it was an error of judgement" on her part. "It was an error of judgment. This act of mine disappointed many. I regret my...
  • London Olympics: Mystery woman identified July 29, 2012

    London: The girl who crashed team India's Opening Ceremony at the London Olympics has been identified. She's reportedly Madhura Honey, a postgraduate student, hailing from Bangalore, according to the reports in Deccan Chronicle. Acting Chef de Mission of the Indian contingent P.K. Muralidharan Raja is understandably agitated that a person...
  • London Olympics: Mystery woman stirs trouble July 29, 2012

    London: The Indian contingent at the Olympics has got itself drawn into a controversy after a mysterious woman was found to be marching along with them during the Opening ceremony on Saturday. The woman, whose identity isn't known, was seen marching ahead of the Indian contingent, just behind flagbearer Sushil Kumar....
  • Will London 2012 be India's best Olympics? July 27, 2012

    India's Olympic contingent in London is not only the biggest ever but also one that includes serious medal contenders. ...
  • Largest Olympic contingent can bring more medals July 5, 2012

    New Delhi: SAI Director General, Desh Deepak Verma, on Sunday exuded confidence that Indian athletes will win more medals in this edition of the Olympics as the country is fielding the largest contingent at the London Games. "The number of Indian athletes who have qualified for the London Olympics has reached...
  • 2012 London Olympics: Indian boxing contigent raring to go April 18, 2012

    There are only hundred more days to go for the 2012 London Olympics and the Indian boxing contingent is upbeat about their chances of winning medals for the country. ...
  • Asiad: Indian eve tests +ve for dope June 21, 2007

    Doha: Indian woman athlete Seema Antil has been withdrawn from Asian Games contingent after testing positive for a banned drug in out-of-competition tests, according to team officials. The 23-year-old national record holder in discus throw, had tested positive for a banned steroid in dope tests conducted before the Games, the officials...