Commonwealth Games: Two Indian athletes suspended after syringe found in room

Commonwealth Games: Two Indian athletes suspended after syringe found in room

Commonwealth Games: Two Indian athletes suspended after syringe found in room

The Commonwealth Games organisers at Gold Coast confirm the reports that certain Rwandan and Ugandan athletes were assumed to have gone missing, as the search for two squash players from Sierra Leone is still on.

Chaudhry added: "There are six athletes in the apartment".

&Babu ldquo and also Thodi are with effect never allowed to participate in the game titles.

Illegal immigration is a highly contentious political issue in Australia and Peter Dutton, the country's Home Affairs Minister, issued a warning to athletes in January that they would be deported if they overstayed. So why Irfan? Babu admitted "it is from my bag", fine. "But we appeal on these grounds - why was Irfan given this punishment?"

Team leaders had set a target of at least 30 medals to make 2018 Scotland's best away Games, with early success in cycling and swimming setting the tone.

He said they were "taking the mickey".

It is the second violation of the "no needles" policy - created to guard against doping practices - by the Indian team at these Games.

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There is a track record for athletes and officials disappearing in Australia during global sporting competitions, with 25 delegates going missing at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and 80 athletes and officials outstaying their visas at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

It's the second time India has been investigated here for breaching the Commonwealth Games "no-needles' policy after a doctor with the boxing team was reprimanded last week".

It's not known if any of those 11 missing athletes have approached Ready Migration.

Eight Cameroonian athletes have gone missing from their accommodation at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, team officials have confirmed to the BBC.

"The CGF should exhort Ravinder Chaudhry, Namdev Shirgaonker, and Vikram Singh Sisodia that any further infractions by any individual from the Indian group of the "no-needle" approach could bring about the withdrawal of accreditation of the culpable individual", she said.

"When the Commonwealth Games Federation says no tolerance, the Commonwealth Games Federation means no tolerance", federation president Loiuse Martin said.

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