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  • Suresh Kalmadi Conferred With Asian Athletics Top Award

    Suresh Kalmadi Conferred With Asian Athletics Top Award

    Suresh Kalmadi has been honoured with the Asian Athletics Association President's award for his contribution towards the development of athletics in the continent.

  • Suresh Kalmadi Inducted as Asian Athletics Association Life President

    Suresh Kalmadi Inducted as Asian Athletics Association Life President

    Suresh Kalmadi, who was jailed and later released on bail in connection with the 2010 Commonwealth Games scam, was nominated for the honorary post at the 80th Council Meeting of the AAA in Jakarta on March 12.

  • Suresh Kalmadi Interrogated As Witness in National Games Scam

    Suresh Kalmadi Interrogated As Witness in National Games Scam

    Assistant Superintendent of Police (Vigilance) Anand Joseph Tigga said a questionnaire was given to Suresh Kalmadi, and he replied in writing. Another senior police officer said Kalmadi was the president of Indian Olympic Association when the Games were organised in Ranchi and had been accorded state minister's status.

  • Rebuffed by Congress, Suresh Kalmadi may run for election anyway

    Rebuffed by Congress, Suresh Kalmadi may run for election anyway

    Suresh Kalmadi, a politician with considerable influence in Pune, today told NDTV that he is deciding on whether to run for the national election. Mr Kalmadi, 69, who was jailed on charges of corruption, has not been picked by his party, the Congress, as its candidate from Pune. The party also did not succumb to his pressure to let his wife run ins...

  • Will decide future course of action on March 21: Suresh Kalmadi

    Will decide future course of action on March 21: Suresh Kalmadi

    Suresh Kalmadi, refused a ticket by Congress, tonight said that he will decide his future course of action after discussions with his supporters tomorrow amid speculation that the tainted MP from Pune may contest as an Independent.

  • Congress' new list: Kapil Sibal from Chandni Chowk, no ticket for Suresh Kalmadi

    Congress' new list: Kapil Sibal from Chandni Chowk, no ticket for Suresh Kalmadi

    Scam-tainted Suresh Kalmadi was tonight denied a ticket by Congress which fielded young leader Vishwajeet Kadam in his place as it released the third list of 58 candidates for the Lok Sabha polls naming several Union Ministers and senior leaders.

  • Pawan Bansal likely to get Congress ticket, Suresh Kalmadi may be dropped

    Pawan Bansal likely to get Congress ticket, Suresh Kalmadi may be dropped

    The Congress is likely to re-nominate former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal from Chandigarh, in a move that signals his political rehabilitation. But former Commonwealth Games organizing committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi, who represents Pune in the Lok Sabha, is not likely to be as lucky. The party has, sources said, made up its mind to deny a...

  • Suresh Kalmadi unlikely to get Congress ticket; Jagdish Tytler files for primaries from Delhi

    Suresh Kalmadi unlikely to get Congress ticket; Jagdish Tytler files for primaries from Delhi

    Ahead of the Election Commission's formal announcement of the Lok Sabha election dates, the Congress' top leadership met for close to two hours on Tuesday to finalise their first list of candidates in politically crucial states like Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra.

  • I'm still well-connected and highly influential: Suresh Kalmadi

    I'm still well-connected and highly influential: Suresh Kalmadi

    Expressing his willingness to contest during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, tainted Member of Parliament (MP) Suresh Kalmadi said he was still had contacts and political connections to influence city.

  • IOA refuses to accept IOC's chargesheet clause on tainted officials

    IOA refuses to accept IOC's chargesheet clause on tainted officials

    IOA sets up ethics committee, says only to who have been convicted for two years or more should be debarred. It effectively means Lalit Bhanot, VK Verma and Suresh Kalmadi -  chargesheeted in the CWG 2010 scam - could still contest elections.

  • IOA's response to International Olympic Committee: Indian law does not bar chargesheeted persons

    IOA's response to International Olympic Committee: Indian law does not bar chargesheeted persons

    The International Olympic Committee had on Thursday sent the revised draft Constitution of the Indian Olympic Association which envisages barring of corruption-tainted persons from contesting IOA elections and had asked the national apex body to revert back on Friday if they have any objection or comments.

  • Another blow for Suresh Kalmadi, loses International Athletics Federation's Council membership

    Another blow for Suresh Kalmadi, loses International Athletics Federation's Council membership

    The IAAF have now appointed Du Zhaocai, senior vice-president of the AAA and general secretary of Chinese Athletics Association (CAA), to its Council as one of Asia's representatives. The website of the world athletics body no longer has the name of Suresh Kalmadi as member of its Council.

  • CWG: Court slaps Rs 10,000 cost on CBI for 'unwarranted conduct'

    A Delhi court has slapped a cost of Rs 10,000 on the CBI for its "unwarranted conduct" in creating "unnecessary confusion" and delay in the proceedings in a Commonwealth Games-related corruption case in which Congress MP Suresh Kalmadi and others are facing trial.

  • Indian athletes seek to establish power status in Asian Championships

    Indian athletes seek to establish power status in Asian Championships

    India is being represented by a record 107 athletes as it has the luxury of naming three participants in each of the 42 events (21 each for men and women). The event also assumes significance as the winners will get direct entry for the World Championships to be held in Moscow in August.

  • Suresh Kalmadi's career as sports boss hits dead end

    Suresh Kalmadi's career as sports boss hits dead end

    After narrowly failing to win a fourth term as the president of the Asian Athletics Association, former Indian Olympic Association president has no more jobs as a sports administrator.

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