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
Goods & Services Tax impact: Watching Indian Premier League will hit pocket hard - Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times

Goods & Services Tax impact: Watching Indian Premier League will hit pocket hard
Hindustan Times
With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) coming into effect from July 1, a number of stakeholders in the Indian sports industry are set to feel the heat from a heavier tax burden in the coming days. Tickets for sports events like the Indian Premier League ...
Ready or not, Indian businesses brace for biggest-ever tax reformReuters
GST rollout: Sports equipment, tickets for sporting events to get expensiveThe Indian Express
Sporting whistle now a musical instrumentTimes of India
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If betting on horse racing is legal in India, why not in other sports? - Catch News

Catch News

If betting on horse racing is legal in India, why not in other sports?
Catch News
With the gaming industry body, the All India Gaming Federation (AIGF), even submitting an industry-wide white paper to the government on the same, online sports betting may become a reality in the near future. If the move does go ahead, it would be a ...

With GST, 'make in India' may soon become 'make in China' - Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times

With GST, 'make in India' may soon become 'make in China'
Hindustan Times
There are other glaring inequities. I will just cite one. The sports goods industry, which is mostly located in Jalandhar and Meerut directly, employs about half a million persons. The sports goods market in India is valued at US$ 3.6 billion. The ...

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Menlo Park 13-year-old finds way to help from the sidelines — as coach - The Mercury News

The Mercury News

Menlo Park 13-year-old finds way to help from the sidelines — as coach
The Mercury News
This past March, Shay organized a drive and reached out to sporting goods manufacturers to collect gently used sporting equipment to donate to kids through Project Manav Sadhna, an organization in Gujarat, India, where Shay's dad's side of the family ...

PKL: Rivalling the popularity of cricket - Sportstarlive

Sportstarlive

PKL: Rivalling the popularity of cricket
Sportstarlive
Three years back, the names Deepak Niwas Hooda, Kashiling Adake, Rishank Devadiga, Anup Kumar, Rahul Chaudhari and Rakesh Kumar would have evoked little or no reactions from even the most fervent supporters of Indian sports. The last two have ...

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