2010 Commonwealth Games

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XIX Commonwealth Games
XIX Commonwealth Games

Logo of 2010 Commonwealth Games
Host city New Delhi, India
Motto Come out and play
Nations participating 71 Commonwealth Teams
Athletes participating More than 6000 [1]
Events 260 events in 17 disciplines
Opening ceremony 3 October
Closing ceremony 14 October
Officially opened by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Pratibha Patil, President of India
Main Stadium Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Website cwgdelhi2010.org

2010 Commonwealth Games, 19th Commonwealth Games hae, aur 9th game hae jiske ii naam ke niche karaa gais hae. Ii Games, New Delhi, India me 3 October se lae ke 14 October 2010 talak rahii. Ii game sab se barraa multi-sport games hae jiske abhi talak Delhi aur India me karaa gais hae. Lekin hian pe 1951 aur 1982 me Asian Games bhais rahaa. Opening ceremony, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi me hoi. Ii pahila dafe hae ki Commonwealth Games, India me hoe hae aur duusra dafe Asia me hoe hae. 1998 me Commonwealth Games, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia me bhias rahaa.

Game ke opening se kuchh din pahile, ii kuchh ulta kaaran se news me rahaa, jaise ki kharaab mausam, kharaab se banaa building, maila chhota ghar aur games village ke khatam kare me deri. [2][3]), the withdrawal of prominent athletes,[4] and allegations of widespread corruption.[5] Ii kaaran se games ke oganise kae waala logan ke ninda karaa gais hae lekin abhi talak koi des ii game se nikla nai hae.

Bidding[badlo | edit source]

2010 Commonwealth Games ke khati bid kare waala dui city rahaa: Delhi, India aur Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Iske khatir ek election November 2003 ke Commonwealth Games Federation General Assembly, Montego Bay, Jamaica me bhais rahaa aur Delhi 46 votes to 22 se jiit gais aur India me pahila dafe ii game kare ke decide karaa gais. Ii Canada m paanchwa dafe games kare ke bid rahaa.[6][7][8] India's bid motto was New Frontiers and Friendships.[9]

India ke jiite ke khaas kaaran ii rahaa ki second round ke voting ke time India sab Commonwealth ke des ke US$100,000 promise karis rahaa, air tickets, boarding, lodging aur transport ke saathe[10]. Hydrabad me karaa gais ek successful 2003 Afro-Asian Games bhi ii safalta k ek kaaran rahaa, kaah ki ii India ke resources, infrastructure and technical know-how dekhais. Isme uske Pakistan se bhi support mila rahaa. "[9] The Indian government stated that it would underwrite the total cost of the Games.[11]

Kharcha[badlo | edit source]

Ii game ke host kae ke puura kharcha 1,620 crore (US$358 million) hae, ii city me non-sports-related infrastructure development jaise ki airports, roads and other structures ke nai include kare hae.[12]. Business Today magazine ii estimate kare hae ki game ke puura kharchaa 70,000 crore (US$15.47) billion rahii[13]. Agar ji ii sach rahaa, tab 2010 Commonwealth Games sab se jaada mahanga game rahii.[14]

Calendar[badlo | edit source]

Games ka calender aisa rha.[15]

        Opening ceremony    ●    Event competitions    ●    Closing ceremony
October   3      4     5     6     7     8     9     10     11     12     13     14   Venue
Ceremonies Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Aquatics SPM Swimming Pool Complex
Archery Yamuna Sports Complex
Athletics Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium & India Gate
Badminton Siri Fort Sports Complex
Boxing Talkatora Stadium
Cycling I. G. Indoor Stadium Complex, India Gate
Gymnastics I. G. Indoor Stadium Complex
Hockey Maj. Dhyan Chand National Stadium
Lawn Bowls Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Netball Thyagaraj Sports Complex
Rugby sevens Delhi University
Shooting Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range
Squash Siri Fort Sports Complex
Table Tennis Yamuna Sports Complex
Tennis R.K. Khanna Tennis Complex
Weightlifting Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Wrestling I. G. Indoor Stadium Complex
October 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Venue

Sports[badlo | edit source]


Bhaagi Desh[badlo | edit source]

2010 Games ke bhaagi desh

Venues[badlo | edit source]

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium , New Delhi
The opening and closing ceremonies will take place at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi.

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/284695
  2. "BBC Sport - Commonwealth Games 2010: England urge more Delhi work", BBC News, 2010-09-24. Retrieved on 24 September 2010.
  3. "BBC Sport - Australia say India should not host Commonwealth Games", BBC News, 2010-09-24. Retrieved on 24 September 2010.
  4. "BBC Sport - Geraint Thomas pulls out of Commonwealth Games in Delhi", BBC News, 2010-09-24. Retrieved on 24 September 2010.
  5. Rossingh, Danielle. "Bridge Collapse Adds Safety to Terror Fears Before Delhi Games". Bloomberg. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-09-22/delhi-faces-filth-security-fears-bridge-collapse-at-commonwealth-games.html. Retrieved 2010-09-24.
  6. New Delhi to host 2010 Commonwealth Games. The Age (2003-11-14). Retrieved on 2010-04-02.
  7. 2010 Commonwealth Games. Commonwealth Games Federation. Retrieved on 2010-04-02.
  8. The Report of the Commonwealth Games Evaluation Commission for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Commonwealth Games Federation. Retrieved on 2010-04-02.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Commonwealth Games 2010 in New Delhi: Pakistan played important role. [[Daily Times (Pakistan)|]] (2010-04-13). Retrieved on 2010-04-23.
  10. "Commonwealth Games: Corruption and Pride, a debate". Theworldreporter.com. 2010-09-29. http://www.theworldreporter.com/2010/09/commonwealth-games-corruption-and-pride.html.
  11. India wins bid to host 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. The Press Trust of India Ltd (2003-11-14). Retrieved on 2010-04-23.
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  14. Melbourne 2006
  15. "Competition Schedule". Organising Committee Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi. http://cwgdelhi2010.org/dcwg/index.php?q=node/627. Retrieved 16 April 2010.

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