India Sporting Goods Industry

India Sporting Goods Industry

Sports Goods Export Promotion Council (SGEPC) (www.sportsgoodsindia.org): a Government of India sponsored organization is working for the promotion of India’s exports of sports goods and toys. Founded in 1958, SGEPC represents all the leading manufacturers and exporters of sports goods and toys in India.

Royal International (www.rscindia.com): Manufacturer and exporter of cricket bats, shoes for cricket, basketball, hockey and other sports, and sports wear. India.

Seema Legguard Works (www.slwsports.com): Producers of player's protective wear for cricket and other sports. India.

Bahety Group (www.bahetygroup.com): Indian manufacturers of fishing tools, sports goods, leather products and laminates.

Ranson Sports Industry (www.ransongroup.com): Manufacturer of cricket and boxing equipment and accessories. Located in Jalandhar, India.
Ceela International (www.ceela.com): Manufacturers and exporters of cricket, boxing accessories and inflatable sports balls. India. products and laminates.

Hans Raj Mahajan and Sons (www.hansraj-india.com): Manufacturers and exporters of a variety of equipment such as soccer balls, boxing gloves and shoes, cricket bat, and accessories. India.

Sport Syndicate (www.sportsgoodsindia.com): Manufacturer and exporter of balls, wooden products such as bats, cricket equipment and training aids. India.

Stag International (www.staginternational.net): Manufacturers of sports goods and equipment including athletic products, goal posts, indoor sports equipment. India.

Sukhdev & Co. (www.sukhdevandco.com): Manufacturers and exporters of hockey sticks, cricket bats, and badminton rackets. India.

News about India Sporting Goods Industry
Intl exhibition on sporting goods 'Sport India 2016' being held in Pragati Maidan from Aug 22 to 24 - Knn India

Knn India

Intl exhibition on sporting goods 'Sport India 2016' being held in Pragati Maidan from Aug 22 to 24
Knn India
New Delhi, Aug 12 (KNN) An international exhibition on sporting goods, accessories and machineries is being held at Pragati Maidan in the national capital from August 22 to 24, 2016. Sport India 2016 is a b2b & b2c business platform for the national ...

India must encourage and invest in grassroots activities for Olympic success - The New Indian Express

The New Indian Express

India must encourage and invest in grassroots activities for Olympic success
The New Indian Express
The latest edition of the Olympic Games has drawn to a close. It was another great event with USA taking top honours yet again. In the last two decades in Olympic history, USA, China and Russia have consistently finished in the top five, with USA ...

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Olympic losers: Why is India so bad at sport? - BBC News

BBC News

Olympic losers: Why is India so bad at sport?
BBC News
And social stratification has meant different castes tended not to play sport together. "The lower castes constitute the bulk of India's population, and these lower castes are also the ones who don't have access to education, don't have access to good ...
Dutee Chand: Fighter, dreamer, movement for change - Times of IndiaTimes of India

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India and West Indies take cricket stateside as Lauderhill becomes the new capital of the sport in America - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

India and West Indies take cricket stateside as Lauderhill becomes the new capital of the sport in America
Daily Mail
Saturday's game saw records shattered with some astonishing West Indian hitting - the aggregate runs total of 489 was the highest of all time for a T20 match including a record 32 sixes - which all geared up to a thrilling , last ball denouement ...
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Corporates are looking beyond cricket and that's a good thing for sports - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & Analysis

Corporates are looking beyond cricket and that's a good thing for sports
Daily News & Analysis
Before the Olympic Games few had met Dipa Karmakar, P V Sindhu, Vinesh Phogat, Deepika Kumari, Aditi Ashok, Heena Sidhu and many others. But Rio has changed all that. Corporate India is adopting more and more players and the trend will hopefully ...
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