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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: June 6 2017 10:36 am As per WADA rules not cooperating for dope tests could result in a two-year ban on the athletes while their coach can’t work with a national team for the same duration (Representational Image) Related News The World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) and Australian Sports Anti Doping Agency (ASADA) have urged their Indian counterparts to impose sanctions on five Greco-Roman wrestlers and coach Kuldeep Singh for not cooperating and creating hurdles during a dope test at the Asian Championships here last month India’s National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) has said they will ‘look into the issue’ but its director general Naveen Agarwal said they will not take any immediate action until they hear the coach’s version of the events On May 9 a team of Australia’s anti-doping officers selected five Indian Greco-Roman wrestlers for an out-of-competition test as part of their dope testing programme ahead of next year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games The ASADA officials chose the Indian wrestlers during the weigh-in on the eve of the continental tournament The Indian coach and wrestlers protested and refused to give their urine samples immediately making the dope testing officers wait till late in the night The five tested wrestlers were Harpreet Singh (80kg) Gurpreet Singh (75kg) Ravinder (66kg) Hardeep (98kg) and Naveen (130kg) Their samples returned negative along with 49 other tests conducted by the NADA during the Asian Championships “They came exactly at the time of weigh-ins Since the wrestlers drain their body completely for the weigh-in it was 1030pm when they could submit the urine samples Till then the wrestlers could not even have their meals” a coach had said back then Later the Australian officials alleged the hurdles were created for their accommodation as well and the ASADA reported the incident to the world body During a conference call with NADA chief Agarwal the two agencies brought up this issue and demanded that sanctions be imposed on the Indian wrestlers “ASADA have complained that when they’d gone at the Asian Championships that time coaches weren’t cooperating with procedure The Australian agency and WADA were insisting that whenever they select an athlete for dope test they have to first do that and then go other things So WADA was of the opinion that these people should be charged as per the rules” Agarwal said As per WADA rules not cooperating for dope tests could result in a two-year ban on the athletes while their coach can’t work with a national team for the same duration Agarwal said NADA spoke to the coaches and found their reasons genuine “There was logic in what the coaches were saying therefore I did not agree to pressing charges immediately” Agarwal said Instead the WADA will soon be issuing advisory to all the federations demanding that they cooperate with the Australian officers in the run up to the CWG For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: September 3 2015 2:44 pm He has never been to India and has little knowledge about the country’s traditions and folklore but Ed Asner is intrigued and says he would probably “investigate it” Top News He has never been to India and has little knowledge about the country’s traditions and folklore but Golden Globe and Emmy award winning actor Ed Asner is intrigued and says he would probably “investigate it” “I know very little about Indian mythology or Hindu mythology but I think it is lovely and interesting If I had more time in my life I would probably investigate it” Asner who is in his early 80s told IANS in Anaheim California He added that though he has travelled extensively across Asia he missed the chance to explore India “I have been to a lot of Asia but I have missed India I’m tired now If you want to take me to India on a magic carpet then I will go with you” Asner quipped As the topic of India swayed towards its popular film industry Bollywood the actor noted that British drama film “Slumdog Millionaire” has pushed its popularity on foreign shores “‘Slumdog Millionaire’ drew attention to Bollywood There has been more focus and more activity since that happened” said the “Out of the Woods” star In his five decade-old career the actor has received acclaim for his work and contribution to the world of cinema He won the Golden Globe Award in Best TV Actor – Drama category in 1980 and 1978 for “Lou Grant” and won the Best Supporting Actor – Television trophy for “Rich Man Poor Man” in 1977 He even scooped the Primetime Emmy Award in 1978 and 1980 in Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category for “Lou Grant” and in 1977 he won another in Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Series category for “Roots” Asner who has also won Life Achievement Award in 2002 in Screen Actors Guild Awards walked into the hearts of millions once again as Carl Fredricksen a balloon salesman in 2009 film “Up” The actor who ventured into showbiz with TV series “Studio One in Hollywood” in 1957 and went on to do “Armstrong Circle Theatre” in the same year noted the importance of animated films in imbibing good moral values among children “I think they (animation films) have always been influential Even when I was a kid I was influenced I remember ‘Dumbo’ and the brutal treatment of his mother and the poor orphan elephant being treated by mean circus hands… Animated films have become phenomenal now with wonderful lesson to learn from” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBudapest: Championship leader Sebastian Vettel smashed the lap record as he bounced back to his best to top the times for Ferrari in Saturday morning’s third and final free practice for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel steers his car during the third practice session for the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix AP The four-time champion German clocked a stunning best lap of one minute 17017 seconds around the tight and challenging Hungaroring circuit as he and Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen reeled off a convincing one-two The Finn was nearly half a second off Vettel’s blistering pace ahead of compatriot Valtteri Botas in the leading Mercedes Dutchman Max Verstappen of Red Bull and three-time champion Lewis Hamilton in the second Mercedes Briton’s Hamilton who is one point behind Vettel in the title race and seeking a record-increasing sixth Hungarian win was unable to find much overnight improvement in his speed and struggled to match Vettel’s pace winding up more than a second adrift on a circuit where qualifying is so important Australian Daniel Ricciardo’s hopes of repeating his dominance from Friday practice when he topped both times were wrecked when he pulled up with a hydraulics problem and parked his car at the side of the circuit Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne proved that McLaren Honda can be competitive on circuits where less power is required to be decisive by taking sixth place ahead of German Nico Hulkenberg of Renault Ricciardo two-time champion Spaniard Fernando Alonso celebrating his 36th birthday in the second McLaren and Briton Jolyon Palmer in the second Renault Brazilian Felipe Massa who went to hospital on Friday evening after complaining of feeling dizzy and generally unwell took part in third practice but was down in 17th and said he still felt poorly He had spun twice during second practice on Friday and the team reacted on Saturday by calling reserve driver Briton Paul di Resta in to stand by for qualifying later on Saturday New Delhi: The much-awaited India-Pakistan World Twenty20 clash is in jeopardy after the Himachal Pradesh government expressed its inability to provide security for the match leaving the BCCI in a bind with Board Secretary Anurag Thakur saying that the state should not "play politics" The 19 March game is to be played in Dharamsala but its fate is now uncertain after Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh wrote to the Home Ministry stating that the state government cannot provide security for the match Dharamsala stadium where India and Pakistan will play their World T20 match on 19 March Getty Reacting sharply to Singh’s statement Thakur who is also a BJP MP in Lok Sabha said the state knew of the schedule months in advance and did not specify any such concerns at that time "The venues of the World Cup matches were decided one year ago the allotment of matches was decided six months ago People all over have made bookings and it is not fair to give such statements at the last minute" Thakur told reporters here "The Congress-led state government is clearly playing politics Hundreds of Pakistani athletes were given security during the South Asian Games in Assam why can’t the Himachal government do the same" Thakur asked "By claiming that you cannot provide security you are only giving credence to Pakistani claims that there is a security threat to their team in India It’s about the country’s image you cannot play politics over it" he added On Monday? 1,” says a senior police officer of southeast district.

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