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Mr. Raja K.S. Sidhu

General Secretary

Olympic Association

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Olympic Association

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Employment History


Pakistan Olympic Association


Punjab Olympic Association

Secretary of the Games and Secretary
Punjab Olympic Association

Joint Secretary

Punjab Rifle Shooting Association

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General secretary of Olympic ... [cached]

General secretary of Olympic Association, Raja KS Sidhu, also suggested setting up of electronic ranges in Punjab.

The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Sport [cached]

Randhir Singh said during the SAF Games Executive Committee meeting held in Pakistan recently, secretary-general of the Punjab Olympic Association Raja K.S. Sidhu discussed the proposal to hold the games with his counterpart in Pakistan Shahid Ali Khan, who is also the acting president of the Pakistan Olympic Association and worked out the salient features of the games.

Government Of Punjab, India :: News :: Punjab in Media [cached]

"The first-ever Indo-Pak Punjab Games, which concluded on December 11 at Patiala, were organised only with the purpose of goodwill, friendship and exposure to players, said Raja K.S. Sidhu, organising secretary of the games and secretary of the Punjab Olympic Association.

Sidhu said since the games involved teams from provinces of two nations and saw the participation of only a limited number of players, they could not consider it as a big meet and consequently could not hold sports gradation of players for the meet.
He said under the rules "a minimum of seven international teams or participants were needed for any sportsperson to be accorded gradation for the highest level".
Raja Sidhu said the games had otherwise opened new vistas of cooperation between two neighbours in sports and both could think of sharing technical sports exchange programme in various disciplines in future.
Sidhu said in disciplines like wrestling, hockey, kabaddi and boxing, Indian players could go across the border or vice-versa to learn more.
He felt that it was unreasonable to send hockey players to Europe and the USA for training by spending a lot of money.He said both India and Pakistan had seasoned hockey players, turfs and other experts in the sport.
"Hockey fraternity could always benefit from exchange programmes," he opined.
Sidhu said the games had given a new dimension to Indo-Pak sport relations and officials from Pakistan had discussed the possibility of hiring Indian coaches in different disciplines.
He said Pak officials were also impressed with various sports science programme being run here in India.
Sidhu added that it was economical for players to go to Pakistan as travel by road involved cheaper transportation costs.

Raja Sidhu appointed as Chef-de-Mission for Asian Beach Games :: Beach Sports [cached]

Raja Sidhu appointed as Chef-de-Mission for Asian Beach Games

December 7, 2010 |12:53 | Beach Volleyball | Gossips By : Team X
Raja Sidhu appointed as Chef-de-Mission for Asian Beach Games Chandigarh: Joint Secretary of Indian Olympic Association and Secretary General, Punjab Olympic Association Raja K S Sidhu has been appointed the Chef-de-Mission for the second edition of Asian Beach Games to be held at Muscat in Oman from December 8 to 16. The event will have 14 disciplines including beach handball, beach soccer, beach volleyball, water polo, jet ski sports, beach kabaddi (men and women), sailing, equestrian and body building, a press release said on Monday.
Sidhu, who was earlier the Chef-de-Mission of the Indian contingent for the Asia Pacific Games held at Yakutsk (Russia) in 2004, also remained Observer of Olympic Council of Asia at 2002, Busan (Korea) Asian Games and 2006 Doha (Qatar) Asian Games.

The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Sport [cached]

Raja has resigned for unexplained reasons and it was not immediately clear why he stepped down, a private Pakistani news channel reported on Saturday. - AP/PTI photo

Raja quits as CEO
ISLAMABAD: The Chief Executive Officer of Pakistan Cricket Board Rameez Raja has resigned from the post citing his commitments as a TV commentator in the busy season ahead.Raja's resignation has been accepted by PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan. - AFP, PTI
Raja K.S. Sidhu, secretary-general of the association, said the Abhinav Sporting Trust had given Rs 21,000 each to Manavjit and Abhinav both shooters for their pocket expenses during the Athens, Olympics.

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