| ||» Chennai Super Kings - IPL Cricket team|
The Chennai Super Kings are a part of the eight club Indian Premier League. The franchise is owned by India Cements, who paid US$91 million to acquire the rights to the franchise for the next 10 years. Mr. N. Srinivasan who is the Vice-Chairman and Managing Director of India Cements Ltd., is the defacto owner of the Chennai Super Kings, by means of his position within the company.
| ||» National Institute of Watersports (NIWS)|
The National Institute of Watersports (NIWS) has been setup by the Ministry of Tourism as a "mother" training institute for watersports to usher in an era of adventure tourism in the country.
| ||» Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports |
This Institute is popularly known as the "Mecca" of Indian Sports and has produced Coaches of high caliber and significantly contributed in rendering their expertise and assistance in the preparation of the national teams for various International competitions. I am sure Sports Lovers from all over the World shall find the information interesting while browsing through this website which is of its own-kind in India.
| ||» Rajasthan Royals - IPL cricket team|
The Rajasthan Royals franchise is owned by Emerging Media group under Lachlan Murdoch. The Group acquired the franchise for $67 million. Incidentally, this was the least expensive franchise in the Indian Premier League and probably the least fancied team in the league at the beginning of the tournament. The Rajasthan Royals became the winners of the first IPL tournament, when they defeated the Chennai Super Kings by 3 wickets in the final played on 1 June 2008.
| ||» Sports Authority of India (SAI)|
Rising Sports consciousness and enthusiasm generated in India following the spectacular show of the IXth Asian Games at Delhi prompted the Government of India to focus on sports development to encourage physical fitness among youth and to channelise their energy towards excellence. The need of an apex body to coordinate various sports activities led to the creation of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) in 1984 by the Government of India.