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Doping in Indian Sport

December 26, 2002

Sunita Rani feels vindicated

December 24, 2002

IOC clears Sunita Rani of doping charge

December 19, 2002

Sunita Rani likely to be cleared of dope charges

November 14, 2002

Govt to investigate Rani s positive test
Ancient athletes knew performance enhancing tricks

November 12, 2002

Sunita Rani vows to fight till the last

November 11, 2002

AAFI clears Sunita Rani of doping charges

November 7, 2002

Salwan report on Rani in three days

November 6, 2002

Fresh hope for Sunita Rani

October 23, 2002

Sunita Rani has been framed: Milkha Singh

October 22, 2002

Sikdar lashes out at Sunita Rani

October 21, 2002

OCA strips Rani of Asiad medals

October 16, 2002

Rani stripped of Asian Games medals
IOA promises 'strictest' action against Rani

October 14, 2002

Sunita Rani fails another dope test

October 13, 2002

Sunita Rani tests positive for Nandrolone
Rani denies having taken banned drug
Sunita Rani's coach denies doping report

August 23, 2002

Bharti orders inquiry into C'wealth Games doping fiasco

August 4, 2002

Madasamy fails drug test

August 5, 2002

Uma Bharti questions dope testing procedure

March 6, 2002

High court seeks status report on doping

September 25, 2001

HC for firm action against doping

September 6, 2001

Afro-Asian Games will be dope-free Bharti

September 1, 2001

Doping a bigger crime than match-fixing Uma Bharati

August 27, 2001

I'm shocked at the findings Kunjarani

August 26, 2001

Kunjarani tests positive, suspended for six months

August 20, 2001

Agency hopes for global sports doping code by 2004

July 25, 2001

Full-fledged doping lab proposed

July 24, 2001

HC intervenes in doping allegations

December 19, 2000

HC issues notice to IOA in PIL against doping

October 12, 2000

HC seeks status report on doping tests

April 5, 2000

D'Cold Total leaves Popat in the cold

October 7, 1999

Three 'positive' tests at SAF Games




'Drugs ka silsila cancer ban chuka'
Legendary Indian athlete Milkha Singh on doping in Indian sport.

'They know what is banned'
Randhir Singh, secretary-general, IOA on the doping menace

Web Resources

World Anti-Doping Agency

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency

Olympic Movement Anti-Doping Code: Prohibited Classes of Substances and Prohibited Methods 2003
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