The Athletes' Village for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi is being used as an oxygen plant in response to India’s worsening COVID-19 crisis.
New Delhi 2010
A 162-bed hostel has been opened at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range, the venue used for the shooting competition at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.
The Athletes' Village used at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi is set to be turned into a COVID-19 vaccination facility.
More than 50 legal cases linked to the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi remain outstanding, it has been revealed, as the event celebrates the 10th anniversary since it opened.
The Organising Committee for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi has been ordered to cease operating by the Indian Government 12 years after being formed.
A report on Delhi 2010 has found there was a "complete management failure" within the organisation of the Commonwealth Games and that the Government "nearly defaulted" on staging the event.
Former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has been cleared of wrongdoing relating to a scandal connected to the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi but a report has criticised his appointment of Suresh Kalmadi as head of the Organising Committee.
April 12 - More than two-and-a-half years after the Closing Ceremony, members of the Organising Committee of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi are set to move out of their nine-storey office block into smaller accommodation.
Exclusive: Swiss Timing set for legal action against Delhi 2010 as executives face corruption allegations
April 2 - Swiss Timing, the umbrella firm for Omega, a worldwide Olympic partner, has claimed that they are preparing to take legal action against organisers of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi over unpaid invoices as its executives faced charges of supplying equipment at exorbitant rates.
February 4 - A court in India today framed charges against former Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games chairman Suresh Kalmadi for allegedly cheating, conspiring and causing a loss of more than Rs.90 crore (£11 million/$17 million/€13 million) to the public exchequer in a Commonwealth Games related bribery case.
January 10 - A court in India has fixed February 4 as the date for framing charges against former Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games chairman Suresh Kalmadi for allegedly cheating, conspiring and causing a loss of over Rs.90 crore (£10,530,000/$16,896,440/€12,896,100) to the public exchequer in a Games related graft case.
December 21 - Suresh Kalmadi will face corruption charges next month linked to the New Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games, a court in India ruled today.
October 5 - Infostrada Sports has hit back at the latest claims from the Delhi 2010 Organising Committee who have asked the Dutch company for a return payment of around £850,000 ($1.3 million/€985,100) for what they describe as "incomplete services" and "breach of agreement" for work carried at the Commonwealth Games.
August 6 - India's preparations for last year's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi have been condemned as being deeply flawed, riddled with favouritism and cost 16 times more than the original esimate, a newly published report has concluded.
August 2 - India's Sports Minister Ajay Maken has tried to defend the country's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh from criticism over the fact that Suresh Kalmadi was allowed to continue to oversee the preparations for last year's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi despite warnings that he should be removed.