Panama is home to many influential people from actresses to sports players. Mariano Rivera, Carlos Ruiz, Flex, and John McCain are all from Panama.
India is lagging in Sports because of Cricket obsession. Not many people follow any other Sports, hence, no passion, no money in any other Sports in India.
identify the most infleuntial class of people in each of the following civilizations: india, china, and japan.
There is no sports president in India. The sports minister of India is Mr. MS Gill
we can do nothing to promote sports in India
Mahatma Gandhi was one of the most influential people in the history of the world. He was a peacemaker in India.
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India's national sports color is Blue. It is due to SAHARA INDIA.
Hockey is considered a primary game in India as it is quite popular across the country. There are also other sports that people of India engage in.
Australia focuses on sports more than India
Jalandhar is known as the Sports City of India.
Mainly cricket , but Indians do play field hockey
Some influential people of the 70s were Gerald Ford and John Ehrlichman
Cricket must be in the top 3.
Cricket is massive in India, but there are also a lot of good hockey players. There are a few good Indian golfers also.
The National Sports Day in India is celebrated every 29th of August.
India, Burma, Thailand, China, Nepal
Suman Ranganathan was born in the country of India. He is often regarded as one of the most influential people of his generation and is well respected.
India vs Pakistan is the biggest rivalry in in cricket and overall in sports over 300 million people watch these matches live
The word influential means having influence, capable of influencing people. If you are influential, then people are likely to take your advice, or to believe what you say, or to follow your instructions.
India invented hockey
Its like a drug as it makes the people addicted towards it
new sports minister of India is Ajay Maken...he replaced manohar singh gill
the different social classes found in India, used as a culturally acceptable though not officially recognized form of discrimination. People in India are born into castes, ranging from the highly respected, wealthy, and influential Brahman caste all the way down to the "Untouchables" caste.