1982 ASIAN GAMES
Independent India's first woman IAS officer Anna Malhotra dead
She was born as Anna Rajam George in Kerala's Ernakulum district in July 1927. She shifted to Chennai after her schooling in Kozhikode to pursue higher education at the University of Madras.
Tee Time with Golfer Amit Luthra
India's first ever number one golfer Amit Luthra turns back time on his game and the golf foundation.
Grass club: Amit Luthra, promoter, Luthra & Luthra
Having played in the 1982 Asian games, the promoter of Luthra & Luthra recounts amateur championships with Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia.
Game for more
Colour TV and New Delhi’s first tranche of world class hotels came with the 1982 Asian Games.
Dikshit confident of completing projects ahead of deadline
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Wednesday said all infrastructure projects being undertaken by her government as part of its preparation for the event will be completed much before the deadline.
Commonwealth Games 2010 changed Delhi, tripped Sheila Dikshit
Government insiders said Sheila was “saddened” by the inquiry. She believed that CWG had produced many “proud moments” but had been reduced to a “contentious issue”.
Heartbreak Sunday for NZ, Federer: Here are others who bounced back from agonising defeats
Professional athletes are trained to handle victory and defeat both, however, it’s easier poeticised than done.
Manjit wins India's first gold in 800m since 1982 Asiad
The 28-year-old Manjit ran his personal best time of 1 minute and 46.15 seconds to win his maiden major international medal.
AIFF fiasco: SC stays Delhi HC order, Bhaskar named ombudsman
Earlier, the Delhi High Court had set aside the election of AIFF president Praful Patel, who was last year elected as the president for a four-year term, his third successive tenure.
Wooden chest from Hoshiarpur among gifts from Narendra Modi to Donald Trump
Narendra Modi, who met Donald Trump last Monday for the first time after the latter took office earlier this year, presented a range of gifts.
Now, you can be a shooting star too
Rajyavardhan Rathore said the aim of the scheme was to get rid of the mentality of keeping Olympic stadia and other such facilities barred for the public.
Kapil Dev to start as favourite at Indian Golf Union All India Senior Amateur Championship
Kapil Dev will start as favourite on his home ground when he tees off at the Indian Golf Union All India Senior Amateur Championship at Jaypee Greens Golf Course.
‘Chak De’ role model Mir Ranjan Negi may be suspended in airport graft case
Negi, assistant commissioner of customs and former India hockey goalkeeper, and his colleague may be suspended in the crackdown against corruption in the air cargo complex.
Delhi's iconic Centaur Hotel to be razed for aircraft parking
Its glass elevators visible from the central lobby, a novelty back then that only Le Meridien at Janpath boasted of, were a big hit.
Indo-Pakistan talks likely on January 15 in Islamabad
India and Pakistan are expected to hold their foreign secretary-level talks in Islamabad on January 15 to discuss the modalities of various elements under the Composite Dialogue.
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