Oca

  • ICC praises BCCI, MCA, OCA for hosting Women's WC February 5, 2013

    Cuttack: The ICC chief executive Dave Richardson on Tuesday thanked Indian Cricket Board (BCCI), the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) and the Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) for successfully hosting the ongoing Women's World Cup. "We are extremely grateful to the BCCI, MCA and OCA who have really pulled out all the stops...
  • ICC lauds OCA effort in hosting Women's World Cup January 30, 2013

    Cuttack: After Pakistan team management's appreciation, ICC too has praised the hospitality and facilities provided by Odisha Cricket Association to Pakistan players, who are staying inside Barabati stadium premises here for the Women's World Cup to be played here and in Mumbai. The ICC endorsed the decision of the OCA...
  • Indian athletes can take part in OCA Games: OCA December 18, 2012

    New Delhi: The Olympic Council of Asia has barred officials of the suspended IOA from participating in OCA events, but said "as a special case" Indian atheltes will be allowed to take part in the OCA Games, including the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon under the IOC flag. The OCA's decision...
  • IOC warns IOA of possible disaffiliation November 24, 2012

    In a letter to the Indian Olympic Association, the International Olympic Committee threatened to disaffiliate the national sports body if it followed government guidelines in the upcoming polls....
  • IOC warns IOA of possible ban if Sport Code is followed in polls November 23, 2012

    New Delhi: In a new twist to controversial elections of the IOA, the International Olympic Committee on Friday warned of a possible ban on the national sports body if government regulations are followed in its poll on December 5. In a joint letter to Indian Olympic Association acting president Vijay Kumar...
  • Rooms for all at Doha Asiad: OCA October 30, 2006

    New Delhi: Allaying apprehensions over accommodation during December's Doha Asian Games, the Olympic Council of Asia has assured a hassle-free stay for all athletes and officials during the sporting extravaganza. The Asiad village in Doha, built at the cost of $500 million, has been constructed keeping in mind 10,000 athletes and...