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India Hosts A Press Conference Ahead Of Commonwealth Games 2010, In Delhi

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Suresh Kalmadi, Sheila Dixit, Brian Stoddart, S. Jaipal Reddy and Arnab Goswami address media at the press conference of Commonwealth Games 2010 at the Stein Auditorium in Delhi.

Suresh Kalmadi talks about the architectural schedule of Delhi during the Commonwealth Games. He mentions that only Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium is little behind the schedule. He also says that it is the very first time that India is giving solid scientific support. He believes that in these games Indian will do very well and there is no doubt about that.

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