BCCI nominates Rohit Sharma for Khel Ratna Award, Ishant, Dhawan, Deepti Sharma for Arjuna Awards | PM Cares Fund not a public authority under RTI Act, says Prime Minister's Office | India restarts economy by limiting anti-Covid lockdown to containment zones till Jun 30 | Bengal cricket team selector tests positive for Covid-19 | Centre identifies 145 new districts as potential Covid-19 hotspots |

SevenJackpots compare Indias most popular online casino, we love online gambling and are here to help Indian gamblers find the best casino sites with fastest withdrawal options.

Olympics: HC dismisses Sushil Kumar's plea

Olympics: HC dismisses Sushil Kumar's plea

India Blooms News Service | 07 Jun 2016, 03:26 am
New Delhi, June 6 (IBNS) In a crucial move, the Delhi High Court on Monday dismissed wrestler Sushil Kumar's plea seeking directions to Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) to hold selection trials in a bid to take decision on which wrestler will represent India in the 74 kg freestyle category in the upcoming Olympics.

The bench, comprising of  Justice Manmohan,  observed WFI was not wrong  for selecting Narsingh Yadav for the games.

India's iconic shooter Abhinav Bindra reacted to the decision taken by the court and tweeted: "Sushil Kumar is a legend. He should go to Rio - to support Nar singh from the sidelines . Will only enhance his stature."

Seeking a trial with Narsingh Yadav to secure a berth in the 74kg category wrestling event at the upcoming Rio Olympics, India's iconic wrestler Sushil Kumar last month had moved to the Delhi High Court.

Sushil, who has won Olympic medals in the past for the nation, is not among the probables for preparatory camp for the mega sports event this year.

Sushil won the 2010 world title, a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which made him the first Indian to win back to back individual Olympic medals.

His 2008 Olympic medal was second for India in wrestling, and the first sinceKhashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav's bronze medal at the 1952 Summer Olympics.

Olympics: HC dismisses Sushil Kumar's plea

India Blooms News Service
Comments ()

Post your comment:

Web Analytics