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Thursday 29, Sep 2011

  Dope cases transferred to NADA

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Bringing an end to the duplication of results management process between the two bodies, the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) on Wednesday agreed to transfer the dope cases of quartermilers Mandeep Kaur and Juana Murmu to the National Anti-Doping Authority of India (NADA).

The AFI medical panel that heard the cases of the two athletes who tested positive in an out-of-competition test conducted by the world body at the NIS in Patiala, has concluded its proceedings.

NADA supremo Rahul Bhatnagar said the NADA panel, headed by Dinesh Dayal, will decide on the dates in the next two days.

Saturday 17, Sep 2011

  Sacked coach claims innocence

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Sacked Ukaranian coach Yuri Ogorodnik on Saturday claimed innocence in the present doping scandal which hit Indian athletics.

Ogorodnik said he never gave any anabolic steroid to his wards.

“I am a professional coach and I don’t give dope,” he said. “How can I give steroids to girls who are on WADA list? Girls believe in me and I believe them,” he told reporters in Patiala on Saturday.

Friday 19, Aug 2011

  NADA may raid national camp rooms

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NADA may raid national camp roomsThe National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) of India has issued a warning to athletes and coaches that the Agency will now be forced to raid their rooms in national camp.

“This is the limit and it is disturbing that two of our best athletes ( Mandeep Kaur and Juana Murmu) have tested positive for banned drugs. If this trend continues we will be forced to conduct raids at the national camps,” NADA chief Rahul Bhatnagar told TOI.

The National Anti-Doping Agency is determined to ensure that all the athletes training for the London Olympics are clean, said NADA chief Rahul Bhatnagar.

Tuesday 02, Aug 2011

  Female athletes fail doping test

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Female athletes fail doping testTwo of the quartet of golden athletes from India have tested positive for steroids as the dope cloud over Indian athletics grew darker.

After Mandeep Kaur who had tested positive two days ago, Sini Jose was found to have used anabolic steroids.

“All six tainted athletes have been provisionally suspended by NADA,” said M L Dogra, director, Athletics Federation of India.