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Sports Governance In India: A Critical Study On Its Constitutional Framework


By Kailash Sharma, Raiganj University, West Bengal.*


Abstract


Sports have always been an integral part of human civilization and its good governance has always been a matter of important concern. Today sports are not just a subject of leisure or entertainment but have grown into a multi-billion dollar industry, an industry of great significance which provides livelihood to many. Not just that, but sports is also used as a tool for educating and inspiring young minds. Gradually India has becoming one of the important stake holders in global sporting community and it becomes imperative to have effective legal mechanism for promoting and regulating sports within a country.


Henceforth, sports have become a subject of immense significance and it encourages an academic study for examining its constitutional framework under which sports is been regulated in India. This study gives an insight on why the role of law is excessively significant for sports regulation and the existing issues and challenges that Indian sports regime is facing.


Keywords: Sport Governance, Constitution, Issues And Challenges.


 

* The author is a Research Scholar at Dept. Of Law, Raiganj University, West Bengal.


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Journal Details
Abbreviation: NLR 

ISSN:   2582-8479 (O)

Year of Starting: 2020

Place: New Delhi, India

Accessibility: Open Access

Peer Reviewer: Double Blind

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