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    Indian medals in Commonwealth games as result of drugs

    Members,

    The news regarding the use of banned drugs by the Indian athletes really shocked many Indian sports lovers. Who is really responsible for this incidents? It is the fault of sports authorities? Or only the athletes are responsible for the issue?

    Government is taking strong action against the responsible person. Foreign coach lost his position. It is the duty of the government to monitor the sports authorities and the use of drugs in sports. members please join with me to share your ideas.
  • #521
    This is almost responsible of Sports authorities. This is because, most of the sports personnel contribute their life towards their passion/sports without involving in any other profession. However, this is sports authorities duty to guide them and care them, as they are the only future candidates of Indian sports. Govt. of India should find out the criminals with strict investigation, who dragged them towards doping; I strictly admired and supporting to the innocent players.

  • #533
    There has been many cases of Indian athletes being tested positive in drug tests in the history of sports. Although Govt. says it is taking steps towards curbing this problem, still new cases spring up every now and then stating that Indian athletes caught in drug tests and all.
    Even Sania Nehwal has stated that many of her weightlifting and athlete friends have admitted to her that the do take performance enhancing drugs,so it means that many people are using this wrong way, the only difference is that they haven't been caught yet. Even coaches encourage the athletes to take drugs. This condition is really pathetic and the sports authority of India must take some strong steps to ensure this menace is curbed at the earliest.


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