• INDIA OFFICIALS DILUTE IOC’S ETHICS DIKTAT

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    NEW DELHI: India’s eight-month suspension from the Olympic movement looks set to continue after the country’s International Olympic Association (IOA) Sunday rejected a demand to ban tainted officials from contesting elections. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) wanted the IOA to amend its constitution so that officials facing criminal or corruption proceedings in court would be kept out of the IOA election process. But the IOA’s general body, which met in New Delhi on Sunday, decided to bar only those who had been convicted, and not just charged.

    AFP

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