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M.S. Gill is the Indian Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports.

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Indian lawmakers wish the cricket team luck
Lawmakers cut across party lines on Thursday to wish the Indian cricket team best of luck in the World Cup quarterfinal match against Australia that is being played at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, today.

Maken asks for payment of CWG dues within ten days
Ajay Maken, who assumed charge as Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports here on Thursday told the sports secretary to issue directions to the government officers working in the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee to clear within ten days all the legitimate payments after thorough verification.

Keeping assembly polls in mind, Manmohan Singh reshuffles UPA II Cabinet
Keeping in mind that assembly elections are to be held in the key states of Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, on Wednesday, reshuffled and reconstituted his cabinet for the first time since the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) began its second consecutive tenure in government in May 2009.

Cabinet reshuffle today, major changes in portfolios expected
The reshuffle and expansion of Union Council of Ministers will take place this evening.

Irregularities in CWG will be examined, guilty will not be spared: Gill
Union Sports Minister M.S. Gill said on Monday all irregularities in the recently concluded Commonwealth Games will be examined and the guilty will not be spared.

Malhotra demands PM's resignation over Centre's National Sports Policy
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Archery Federation of India President Vijay Kumar Malhotra on Wednesday demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh slammed the new guidelines issued by the Centre's National Sports Policy, which mandates that the upper age limit of the heads of sports federations be 70 years, and they can serve for a maximum of three terms.

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