How India have evolved in sports to challenge China at Asia


INDIA want to be next world sporting power from Asia to rival China soon.

And to make sure their plan will come to fruition, India are spending a mind-boggling estimated sum of almost US$322mil (RM1.5bil) to spruce up their sporting scene.

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