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Aspiring Olympians in India Get Grassroots Helpi
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December 04, 2013 4:35 PM
Despite having one of the world’s largest economies, India spends less than one percent of its budget on sports. Indians who aspire to compete on a global level often say they do not have the support they need to do so. Aru Pande has more on a grassroots foundation trying to make up the difference.

Aspiring Olympians in India Get Grassroots Help

Published December 04, 2013

Despite having one of the world’s largest economies, India spends less than one percent of its budget on sports. Indians who aspire to compete on a global level often say they do not have the support they need to do so. Aru Pande has more on a grassroots foundation trying to make up the difference.


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