NRAI

(redirected from National Rifle Association of India)
AcronymDefinition
NRAINational Registered Agents, Inc.
NRAINational Rifle Association of India
NRAINational Restaurant Association of India (New Delhi, India)
NRAINational Residential Appraisers Institute (Amherst, OH)
NRAINational Rainfed Authority of India
NRAINon Resident Alien Individual (legal definition)
NRAINot Readily Available Information (marketing)
References in periodicals archive ?
Towards this, Sahara India Pariwar along with the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) identified 15 shooters including many upcoming ones who are being provided support till after the Olympics at London in 2012.
The high profile event will be held from January 25 to February 3, 2016 which, incidentally, will also test the organisational skills of the National Rifle Association of India and the Sports Authority of India.
NATIONAL Rifle Association of India president Raninder Singh is confident more shooters will make the grade for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
I N AN unprecedented step, the National Rifle Association of India ( NRAI) has modified its newly- formulated Olympic selection policy after coming under pressure from rifle and pistol shooters.
THE National Rifle Association of India ( NRAI) has announced a new broad- based policy for selection to next year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
OFFICIALLY, the National Rifle Association of India ( NRAI) maintains that the performance of Indian shooters at this year's Commonwealth Games, World Championships and the Asian Games was excellent.
While the National Rifle Association of India ( NRAI) doesn't want to conduct an official ' post mortem', president Raninder Singh told M AIL T ODAY that mistakes have already been identified and plans are being drawn up to rectify them.
National Rifle Association of India ( NRAI) secretary Rajiv Bhatia said it was completely a security issue.
Rajiv Bhatia of the National Rifle Association of India also did not find favour.
However, a National Rifle Association of India official contends and feels the selection committee's whims and fancies and interpretation of the new rules will muddle things up again.
Full browser ?