The Delhi High Court on August 16 ordered the setting up of a three-member CoA to manage the affairs of the IOA.
Indian Olympic Association acting president Anil Khanna has instructed Pardeep Sharma to keep a low profile at Commonwealth Games.
Lovlina Borgohain alleged that she endured similar treatment before the World Championship in Istanbul and she fears that something similar will happen again.
A bench of Justices Manmohan and Najmi Waziri said the 'persistent recalcitrance' of the IOA to comply with the Sports Code made it imperative that its affairs be put in the hands of the COA.
Lovlina Borgohain’s anguish is understandable. But she must have known that her personal coach had limited access. So she could have raised the issue beforehand.
Usually, all athletes stay in the dedicated Games Village but the organisers of Birmingham 2022 have arranged different accommodations.
Had shooting and archery been included, India would have almost certainly grabbed a top-3 finish at the CWG. But our marksmen and women still have the Olympics to look forward to.
Due to various reasons, including the pandemic, the National Games are now being organised after a gap of seven years.
The overall contingent count stands at 322 including 72 team officials, 26 extra officials, nine contingent staff.
India will send a 322-member strong contingent to the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, out of which 215 will be athletes.
The IOA took the decision after Gujarat Olympic Association and the state government jointly expressed their interest to host the National Games.
On May 25, Narinder Batra was removed as IOA chief after the Delhi High Court struck down the post of 'life member' in Hockey India.
The CBI has received a complaint against Narinder Batra for an alleged misuse Rs 35 lakh of Hockey India funds. Batra is also the FIH chief.
Kashmir skier Arif Khan is the only athlete from India to have qualified for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.