Home for the ITTF World Junior Circuit Finals earlier in the year in January, Indore, the largest city and the commercial capital of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, was the recent home for another major event but one with a different emphasis.
Latest norms for payment of monthly remuneration to various categories of Indian coaches are given in the revised guidelines promulgated by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports (Deptt. of Sports) in their O.M. No. 12-5/2013-SP.III dated 04.11.2015. Ministry had forwarded this O.M. inter-alia to the President and Secretary of all recognized NSFs. These guidelines are given below in brief: -
Sensational moments at the WTTC
Lightening never strikes twice, is just another myth. But ask the Indian paddlers and they will vouch for it, more than ever happily as they did today at Kuala Lumpur after winning the gold medals.
It was a memorable night for the Indian paddlers at Kuala Lumpur as both the Indian men and women squads entered the Champions Division at the Perfect 2016 World Championships at Kuala Lumpur today.
Achanta Sharath Kamal, leading from the front, helped India beat Nigeria 3-2 to enter the semifinals of the Second Division in the Perfect 2016 World Championships at Kuala Lumpur. They are slated to take on Egypt, who downed Puerto Rico 3-2, later tonight
The Indian womenís squad, after having topped their group in the qualifiers, received first-round bye in the main draw and earned a rest day today, while the menís team did not get the luxury and they will be taking on Hungary in their first-round main draw match later tonight in the on-going Perfect 2016 World Championships at Kuala Lumpur.
India's women team qualified for the main draw after topping group G in the on-going Perfect 2016 World Championships at Kuala Lumpur today morning.
It was a setback for the Indian men's squad which went down 0-3 to Nigeria in their group F third round match in the Second Division of the Perfect 2016 World Championships, being held in Kuala Lumpur, to enter the third round today.
It is a profitable time for Delhi table tennis. Four of its players-Parth Virmani, Shivjit Singh Lamba, Ishita Gupta and Sristhi Gupta-were selected to participate Team India in the 14th World Schools Championship Table Tennis to be held at Eilat, Israel, betweenApril 2 and 8, 2016.