Sports Authority of India
“There is zero tolerance for sexual harassment on SAI campuses. The inquiries that are underway will be speeded up. I have directed that all pending cases will be disposed within the next four weeks” – Kiren Rijju
The first initiative by the Khelo India Girls League is the ‘Khelo India Girls Football League.’ The league will hopefully generate buzz and interest around the U-17 Women’s Football World Cup.
“Sexual harassment will not define my daughter’s future and it cannot compel us to hide our faces and sit at home. There are so many daughters who keep such instances of harassment within themselves and never muster the courage to speak up against it,” father of the girl.
Tanaz Mohammed speaks about playing an important role in encouraging women and girls to participate in football, especially to those belonging from the Muslim community.
The video of Lovely and Ali somersaulting and cartwheeling on their way to school went viral on social media immediately, and it impressed five-time Olympic gold medallist gymnast Nadia Comaneci.
If you any find that passion, go live that life, because you get only one chance, says Brishti Bagchi, the first Indian woman player in Spanish Football League.
Brishti Bagchi, has been picked to play for the reserve team for Madrid Club de Futbol Femenino (CFF), a team that competes in the Spanish La Liga Division-1 league.
Sexual harassment is a universal problem. Taking note of the issue, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has laid out some guidelines…
Recently, a 14-year-old archer from Sports Authority of India (Bolpur) underwent a nightmarish experience. An arrow shot by a fellow…
Harendra Singh, the newly-appointed coach of Indian women hockey team, wants his team to deliver and win their “rightful places”…
Ace shuttler and Arjuna awardee Jwala Gutta is all set to add another feather to her hat. The Hyderabadi has been appointed a member of the governing body of Sports Authority of India (SAI).
Archer Bombayla Devi Lashiram from Manipur has not just done the Northeast proud, but the whole country too. Today, as she turns 31, we look back on her journey and her struggles in becoming one of the best archers in the country.