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Hockey is neglected by govt or not?

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Asked by debesh kanungo, 16 Jan '10 10:23 pm
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Though govt. could not manage any sport directly but can help in forming a good hockey association and arrange for facilities of traing, practices and matches along with other wellfare of players.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 17 Jan '10 07:29 pm

 
  
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Yes

1.by Government
2.by Media
3.by Peoples
4.by Sponsors
Answered by cmm, 17 Jan '10 06:46 pm

 
  
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Yes its neglected by govt as well as the people and media,.
Answered by sajid nisar khan, 16 Jan '10 11:47 pm

 
  
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Hockey is just one of the many things caught in the vicious cycle mindset of the Indian psyche...and although I am no lover of GoI....I am not going to blame them here...Hockey's state has something to do w/ the Indian mind.

In India, we feel unless something is already giving us massive returns, we tend to think that investing in it is futile. Even the top of the top business gurus in India have that mindset. If u take Hockey, it is an ancient sport originated in India, but it does not have a concrete foundation at the world stage.

This is why people like Bose and countless others are more or less considered degenerate in India by our system but when they go to America or Europe and become top shots and release an innovative product, we are ready to give them all sorts of honorary dharshans, titles and red carpet welcomes.

In Western countries and even in other Asian countries, the attitude difference is not so high in public when it comes to investment attitude. I can te ...more
Answered by A Moin, 16 Jan '10 10:48 pm

 
  
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No.....by ppls
Answered by satya soni, 16 Jan '10 10:25 pm

 
  
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