Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi ,Cwg games details


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The 2010 Commonwealth Games will be the nineteenth Commonwealth Games, and the ninth to be held under that name. The Games are scheduled to be held in New Delhi.

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Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi ,Cwg games details

  1. 1. CWG Games too... good
  2. 2. 1) BREAKING NEWS: Suresh Kalmadi just tried to hang himself in the CWG stadium. But the ceiling collapsed. 2) The truth behind bulk sms banning is to stop kalmadi jokes and not Ayodhya 3 ) Look at the brighter side; the more countries pull out, the higher India is ranked in the final medal's tally. 4) Terrorists set to skip CWG 2010 citing unlivable conditions and fear for their safety. 5) Q: How many contractors are required to change a light bulb in Delhi CWG stadium? A: 1 Million. (1 to change bulb and rest 999,999 to hold the ceiling) 6) Whats common between CWG committee and students??? Ans: both start their preparations at the 11th hour..... 7) Prince Charles is actively convincing the Queen to visit dengue hit Delhi, this may be his last chance to become the king! 8 ) Thanks to Guernsey and Jersey for threatening to pull out of games! We now know these countries existed! 9) A collapse a day keeps the athletes away 10) Ba ba Kalmadi, have you any shame. No sir, No sir, it's a Common Loot Game. Crores for my partner,
  3. 3. crores for the dame, crores for me too, for spoiling India's name! 11) AMAZING BUT TRUE: If you re-arrange the letters " Sir U made lakhs " you get " SURESH KALMADI 12) next edition of CWG will be called KWG, Kalmadi Wealth Games 13) Photo for the last one..! 14) CWG: Corruption Wali Games (via Rohit Kapoor) 15) Sign on CWG 100m race track - 'Run Slow, Work in Progress' (via Jitu) 16)"Suresh Kalmadi must be the first choice if ISRO goes for trial and error experiments for manned space mission," 17)Some jokes are even cleverly laden with context. Ahead of the Allahabad High Court Ayodhya verdict, a tweet doing the rounds was: "Compromise proposal for Ayodhya: Let the Hindus construct a temple, but the project must be led by Kalmadi." 18)"Rain rain go away, Kalmadi wants to come out and play. Lyrics by M.S. Gill, Sung by Mani Shankar Aiyar, Music by A.R. Rahman!" goes an SMS doing the rounds.
  4. 4. Do's and Don'ts Spectator Tips Ensure that your tickets are valid for the correct venue, session, date and time Plan your trip ahead of time so that you don’t miss the start of a competition and have adequate time to get to your seats. Take note of the traffic information to ensure that you reach the venue on time Due to a large number of spectators entering the venue, be prepared to wait in a queue Undergo a soft ticket check on approach to the pedestrian screening areas Be prepared and dress appropriately according to the weather forecast Since re-entry is not allowed, please ensure that you are carrying all your essential items in accordance with the directions given by Delhi Police with reference to the Prohibited Items List. Please note that there is no storage facility for personal belongings at the venues Do not question, argue or misbehave with any police officer on duty. Do not show any dissent Do not carry food or beverages (except baby food and medication, which can be proven with appropriate documents) brought from outside the venue .They can be purchased at concessionaire stalls within the venues Signage will be put up to help you move in and around the venue with ease Follow directions in respect of venue code of conduct and house rules Follow the instructions of ushers present to guide you through the venue Spectators with special needs will be moved in through a separate queue/gate Once the event is over or during the unlikely event of an emergency, you are requested to follow the instructions of the staff for a safe and smooth exit
  5. 5. Prohibited Items Alcohol Match boxes/lighters Bottles Cigarettes/bidis Cans Inflammable items Chair(s)/ tool(s) Chewing tobacco/Gutka Firearms Tiffin Replica firearms/toy guns Knives/daggers/swords/scissors/box cutters Eatables (except baby food) Sharp/pointed edge materials Handbags/briefcase/ladies handbags except of Dangerous goods reasonable size Fireworks/crackers Umbrellas Flares/distress signals Handicams Glass containers Laptops Backpacks Sprays (except medical inhalers) Laser lights/pointers/flash lights Perfume Musical instruments Packets/parcels/torn-up papers Roller blades Balloons Skateboards Radio Radio frequency devices Loud hailers/whistles/shorns Wooden sticks (lathi), hockey sticks other than Sporting balls participants Coins (all kinds) Promotional products Electronic equipment that could interfere with the Animals electronic signal of the Games
  6. 6. Smoke canisters Flags and/with poles Darts orbike helmets Besides this Any article that might be used as a weapon deemed to be offensive or abusive or which may compromise public safety will be confiscated Any other item that could cause harm or can be used as a missile/projectile, damage or cause public nuisance, as determined by the Delhi Police based on specific threat perception, could be prohibited No facility to keep these items at the entry point has been provided Prohibited Behaviour The following actions are not permitted in and around the venue: Post, stick or place any poster, placard, bill, banner, print, paper or advertising material on any building, structure, fence, tree or cordon without the prior written consent/permission of the venue owner Distribute any printed or visual matter, display or promote any advertising samples of goods or services or any other matter or thing, without the prior written consent/permission of the venue owner Misuse, deface, damage, remove, or tamper with any other facility or area used for the Games Block any thoroughfare including, stairs, steps, pedestrian ramps, aisle, walk-way, foot over-bridge, underpass, passage, entry or exit Throw or attempt to throw any stone, bottle, projectile or other objects, within the spectator’s area or in the field of play Disrupt, interrupt or behave in any manner that may disrupt or interrupt any session of the Game, event or activity, distract or hinder or interfere with an athlete, interfere with the comfort of other patrons or their enjoyment of the Games Use of threatening, racial, abusive, indecent/obscene acts, slogans or violent/behaviour is strictly forbidden and will result in detention or ejection from the venue Spitting, urinating or defecating other than the place/facility earmarked for that purpose Interfere with, obstruct or hinder security operations and police personnel on duty in the exercise of his or her functions or duties
  7. 7. Conduct public surveys, solicit money, donations or subscriptions from members of the public Bring prams or pushers into a seating area, or any other area specified by the venue manager • Home • Delhi Introduction • Sports Ministers / Dignitaries • CGF/CGA • Broadcasters • Media • Business Club • International Federations • Observers • International Technical Officials • Others • Spectators • Payment Terms and Conditions • Accommodation Booking Form • Games Venues • Sports Schedule • Pre and Post Tours • Destinations in India • Travelers Zone
  8. 8. Helpful Contacts and Websites Important Contacts S.No. Name Telephone Numbers 1. Police 100 2. Police Headquarters 011 - 3352678 3. Fire Service 101 4. Ambulance 102 5. Accident and Trauma 10999 6. Tourist Information Service 1363 7. Tourist Department Delhi 011- 23363607; 011 - 23365358 8. Car Helpline 24 hours. 011- 23676767 RACE, 18-A/2, Doriwalan, New ( Call 930 from the Airtel) Rohtak Road, Karol Bagh, new Delhi 011 - 25826161; 011 - 25766718/19 Bitek Helpline services, 302, Kirti Mahal, 19 Rajendra Palace, Delhi-8 9. DIAL-A-CAB/CAR HELPLINE 1920; 1929; 1922; 1923 10. Airlines International Terminal 011 -25652011/21/50 Domestic Terminal 011- 25696535; 25665121 11. Railways Enquiry 131; 011- 23366177; 011 - 23366101 Reservation Enquiry 8787; 011-23348686; 1345