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Davis Cup: ITF has to guarantee comfort, security, says Vijay Amritraj

The Indian sports ministry however has made it clear that the government will in no way interfere with the AITA’s decision to send a team for the Asia/Oceania Group 1 tie scheduled to take place in Islamabad on September 14-15.

Davis Cup: AITA seeks fresh security check in Pakistan, Government says no role

India’s participation in the Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 Davis Cup tie, scheduled on September 14 and 15, has been uncertain since Pakistan downgraded diplomatic ties with India after the J&K decision.

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ITF security checks stringent: AITA assures Davis Cup players ahead of Pakistan tie

Following a two-day inspection in Islamabad last week, the two-man ITF team asserted their approval of the arrangements made for the tie.

India’s Davis Cup team set to go to Pakistan in September

India has skipped most sporting events hosted by Pakistan for over a decade — the 2007 cricket tour to Pakistan was the last significant “away” sporting trip that India undertook.

AITA initiates legal proceedings against Doordarshan for not telecasting matches

Concerned that the Davis Cup tie against Italy may also go uncovered by Doordarshan (DD), national tennis federation AITA has initiated legal proceedings against the broadcaster for not honouring the agreement on telecasting matches.

To trump Serbia, AITA hopes to tap Bangalore’s altitude fix

India’s Davis Cup coach Zeeshan Ali said they were considering Delhi and Bangalore as the two possible options, but chose the latter due to the tougher playing conditions it offers.

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India back in Olympic fold as IOC revokes IOA's suspension

The IOC lifted the 14-month old ban on India after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) barred charge-framed officials from its fresh election held on Sunday.

IOA readies for fresh polls with India on brink of Olympic return

N Ramachandran, chief of World Squash Federation, is all set to be elected unopposed as new president of Indian Olympic Association.

Prove Chennai Open made loss: AITA to TNTA

AITA will not waive off 'royalty' of around USD 40,000 on the Chennai Open.

Double delight for Pungaliya and Chandrashekhar

Pune lad Jayesh Pungaliya and Mysore girl Varunya Chandrashekar clinched double crowns .

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