NRAI

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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 batch number has been reserved for Heena and she will now be coordinating with the Eley Company in the UK to import it under the Target Olympic Podium (TOP) scheme and will also receive administrative support from the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI).
Prior to the Games, experts and National Rifle Association of India president Raninder Singh said the Indian shooters were capable of winning three medals.
17 (ANI): Raninder Singh, president of National Rifle Association of India, on Tuesday said that India is still hopeful of shooting being included in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games (CWG).
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.
We have a strong and balanced squad and I expect good results to continue to come out of shooting for India internationally," said Raninder Singh, President, National Rifle Association of India (NRAI).
NATIONAL Rifle Association of India president Raninder Singh is confident more shooters will make the grade for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The championship is being organied by the UP State Rifle Assocaition and conducted by the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI), the governing body of the Shooting sport in India.
According to the National Rifle Association of India's selection policy, the quota belongs to the country, but the quota winner gets bonus points to boost his or her
As per the National Rifle Association of India's selection policy, the quota belongs to the country, and while quota winners get hefty bonus points in order to keep them ahead of other compatriots in NRAI's score- based charts, a drastic drop in form can lead to non- selection for the mega event.
Narang said this is a national level shooting championship, which has been recognized with National Rifle Association of India and gives a platform to shooters to interact with national and international level shooters.
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.
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