• Common Wealth Games in India
    two things. First we will see how the macro- environment has influenced commonwealth games in India. Secondly, we will see how the marketing mix used by the strategists marketing tool helps to improve commonwealth wealth events in future. [pic] Introduction: In common wealth games 2010...
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  • Commonwealth Games in India
    . India also put up a great show in medals tally. This level of performance in sports by India has been achieved almost after a gap of 30 years. Thus, this feat can be seen to be a beacon of light in encouraging more people to look up to sports as a full-time career option. The Commonwealth Games...
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  • Essay
    for Multi Sport Games is the staging the National Games. ----------------------------------------------- India has been participating in the Olympics since 1900. It has shown some magnificent performance in Hockey at the Olympics. India bagged 6 gold medals in Hockey from 1928 to 1956...
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  • India's Performance at London Olympics
    5/12/13 BBC News - India's Olympic performance INDIA 13 August 2012 Last updated at 06:48 ET India's Olympic performance India's haul of six medals, including two silver and four bronze, is the country's best performance to date at the Olympic gamesSports writer V Krishnaswamy looks...
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  • Study
    in National School Games U-19 & U-17. 60. Bronze Medal in National School Games U-19 & U-17. 61. First place in All India CBSE & ICSE. 62. Second place in All India CBSE & ICSE. 63. Third place in All India CBSE & ICSE. 64. Gold Medal / First place in All India Rural Sports Tournament. 65. Silver...
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  • Sports
    , national pride and patriotism. Sports in India include both indoor games like chess, snooker, and playing cards and outdoor games like football, cricket, badminton and tennis. Traditional Sports in India Sports in India dates back to the ancient times with references found in the Vedas and Indus...
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  • Adsl
    The Asian Games, officially known as Asiad,[clarification needed] is a multi-sport event held every four years among athletes from all over Asia. The Games were regulated by the Asian Games Federation (AGF) from the first Games in New Delhi, India, until the 1978 Games. Since the 1982 Games they...
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  • Managing Markets on Olympics 2010
    in CWG by India which is comparatively very expensive. User friendly and cost effective range of online services that redefines the sports experience for all stakeholders at the time of games in venues ,the games village and the city of Delhi .Tata consultancy services are appointed as the...
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  • Cwg2010 Learnings
    ABSTRACT The 2010 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XIX Commonwealth Games, were held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010. A total of 6,081 athletes from 71 Commonwealth nations and dependencies competed in 21 sports and 272 events. It was the largest international multi-sport...
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  • Craze of Cricket
    attached with them. Cricket is undoubtedly the most popular game in India. Extravaganzas created by this sport overshadow other sports in India. Hockey is the national game of India but it occupies a lower position on the popularity scale, whereas cricket is at the zenith. An impartial study of...
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  • Common Wealth Games
    Champion. If India can defeat these teams, it is likely to win a gold medal.   Last, but not the least, is the athletics event. Athletics is said to be the mother of all games in sports, but strangely enough, the present youth of the country is not attracted towards athletics and therefore it is the most...
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  • Essays
    Sqn Ldr SUBHASH C SINGH 2011 “PROSPECT OF INDIAN SPORTS IN LONDON OLYMPICS AFTER THE RESULTS OF CWG 2010” Abstract: The Common Wealth Games 2010 medal tally speaks so many stories that should be heard by everyone and be used to shape the future that is beckoning in the shape of these medals...
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  • Sporting Glory
    Importance of Sporting Glory Hurray!!! With India’s success in Commonwealth (CW) and Asian Games, our sporting heroes have given something to cheer about. Now India is already established as a powerful economy, this thing might help in taking the sports at another level in the country. The common...
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  • Commonwealth Games India
    The XIX Commonwealth Games, 2010 were held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010. A total of 6,081 athletes from 71 Commonwealth nations and dependencies competed in 21 sports and 272 events. It was the largest international multi-sport event to be staged in Delhi and India, eclipsing the...
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  • Bnhn
    Games’, India Today, viewed 15 January 2011, <http://www.indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/113063/Leisure/foul-play-2010.html>. Chalip, L 2007, ‘Towards social leverage of sports events’, Journal of Sports and Tourism, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 1-19. Chaudhry, S., Kothari, M & Mishra, S 2010...
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  • Sport Tourism in India
    , Soccer World Cup or tennis events like Wimbledon. For instance ASEAN games and Commonwealth games have drawn sports professionals to India and will do so in all the future sports events in India. Sports tourism in India is an absolute must for all the thrill seekers. The geographical diversities...
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  • Football
    issues that have plagued the game in India despite being the most popular sport in the world and we will conclude with what the future may hold for the ‘Beautiful Game’. However, before we get into analysis of football in India, why do you think football is called the ‘Beautiful Game’? A: Beauty...
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  • Mr Sangram Shivdas
    is another sport where India - with as many as 10 players in the top 100 of the world - can become a real force. In comparison Malaysia also has 10 in the top 100, while Denmark has nine, Indonesia seven and China only five - but all are in the top 20. For the future India would do well to focus on...
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  • Hrm and Tourism in the Perspective of Commonwealth Games 2010
    Chairman Mr. Suresh Kalmadi said that the successful staging of the ensuing Commonwealth Games is crucial, as it would strengthen the prospects for India to host the Olympic Games in near future. CONCEPTUALIZATION Employment generated by tourism in India Tourism Industry provides employment to...
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  • How to Make Volleyball Popular
    Introduction Volleyball found its way in India almost 70 years back. The Y.M.C.A college of Physical Education began training their students in the sport, which eventually became popular in different parts of India and found a decent acceptance among the masses. It is one of the sports we, Indians...
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