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M.S. Gill

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Congress leader M S Gill at the cremation of noted novelist and journalist Khushwant Singh at Lodhi crematorium, in New Delhi.

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Members of the hockey team pose with their silver medals after the match against Australia during the Commonwealth Games at Major Dhyan Chand Stadium in New Delhi. Australia won 8-0. Also seen are sports minister M.S.Gill and Hockey Federation President Vidya Stokes.

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The Minister of Youth and Sports of Mauritius, Satyaprakash Ritoo meeting the Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Dr. M.S. Gill, in New Delhi.

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Sports Minister M.S. Gill, holds a vuvuzela, as Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi look on, at a merchandise shop of the Commonwealth Games Village, in New Delhi.

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Sports Minister M.S. Gill, left, blows a vuvuzela, as Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi smiles, at a merchandise shop of the Commonwealth Games Village in New Delhi.

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The Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Dr. M.S. Gill and the Chairman of Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi, Suresh Kalmadi called on the Vice President, Mohd. Hamid Ansari and extended an invitation to him for the Commonwealth Games 2010, in New Delhi.

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The Sports Minister M S Gill found himself in a fresh controversy after he snubbed top grappler Sushil Kumar's coach Satpal Singh by asking him to step aside during a photo opportunity at his residence.

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The Sports Minister M S Gill found himself in a fresh controversy after he snubbed top grappler Sushil Kumar's coach Satpal Singh by asking him to step aside during a photo opportunity at his residence.

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The Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Dr. M.S. Gill launching the song ‘Shera’, dedicated to the Mascot of Commonwealth Games, 2010, in New Delhi.

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union Sports Minister M.S. Gill, talk as Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Chairman Suresh Kalmadi looks on during a visit to Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the main venue of the Commonwealth Games 2010 in New Delhi. Singh today visited the Jawaharlal Nehru sports complex here and asked authorities to "redouble their efforts" to quickly complete remaining work there as people are expecting a "flawless" opening to the Commonwealth Games.

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks with Urban Development Minister S Jaipal Reddy, during a meeting to review preparations for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. Amid questions over preparedness for the Commonwealth Games and controversies surrounding it, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today held a meeting with ministers concerned and other stake-holders to take stock of the preparations for the mega event to be held in October.

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Sports Minister M S Gill talks to the media at Parliament House during the ongoing monsoon session, in New Delhi. Government today assured the Rajya Sabha that it will look into the charges of corruption in the Commonwealth Games projects in the national capital but ruled out setting up of an apex committee to oversee the Games.

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Sports Minister MS Gill aims at a target during the inauguration of Full Bore Shooting Range Complex, a venue for Commonwealth Games 2010, in Gurgaon.

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Sports Minister M S Gill at Parliament House in New Delhi.

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Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs M.S. Gill, looks on during the inauguration of the Thyagraj Stadium for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. The stadium, which has been touted as the first green stadium in the country, will also be the first government building to use a gas-based turbine for its power needs.

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Sports Minister MS Gill shows a booklet highlighting the steps he took during his earlier stint, while assuming charge at his office in New Delhi.

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