President of the Commonwealth Games Federation Michael Fennel has, in a letter to the cabinet Secretary K M Chandrashekar, expressed his concern over the preparation of the Games Village.
Although several projects connected with the Commonwealth games have been facing delays, the Chief Minister of Delhi has given assurances that everything will be completed as planned and that the city would make India proud. She said that this would be the best Games ever.
The Delhi University has announced that it will pay compensation to six people who were affected by radioactive materials that had been found in Mayapuri market in West Delhi.
Two British nationals arrested for ‘suspicious activities’ near Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi
New Delhi: The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has imposed fines on the officials at the Commonwealth Games Village for having allowed water to stagnate on its construction sites.
Life in Delhi turns a daily nightmare for women from North-East
Ahead of Commonwealth Games 2010, government of Delhi to crack down on drunk driving, drinking in public.
The Organising Committee of the Commonwealth Games (OCCG) has announced that the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi will be held “as scheduled” amidst doubts being raised by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF).