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Future of Indian Sports
Future of Indian Sports

Sonika Gupta
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India has got some real sports gems but it lacks the infrastructure to polish them. While the country send billions on sports of foreign origin like Cricket, games like Kho Kho or Kabaddi are deprived of basic amenities. Are sports turning to business so it`s kind of going by the norm `no earn no investment`?

Posted On : 10/6/2016 4:36:01 AM

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Monish Mishra
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Yes, most of the associations that are venturing any particular Indian sport have become a business. It has become like `if you can invest more on the sport then only you can earn` or else there are no chance for any talented person. Here only money counts not the talent.

Posted On : 10/27/2016 5:00:50 AM

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Nisha Arora
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What can inspire future generation to take sports as a career in India?

Posted On : 11/21/2016 4:25:33 AM

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Drishti Patel
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India is way below its weight when it comes to sports. Education tends be the highest priority for the average Indian household instead of extra-curricular activities such as sports.

Posted On : 12/8/2016 4:28:04 AM

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