Court Notice to Kalmadi Over London Visit

July 2012
News India Times;07/27/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 30, p23
The article focuses on the former Commonwealth Games Organizing Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi who was issued a notice by the Delhi High Court in July 2012 opposing his visit to London during the Olympics.


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