Tokyo Olympics: Cuisines from around the world, including lentils and parathas served in the sports village's dining hall


The Dining Hall at the Tokyo Olympic Games Village serves cuisine from around the world, including Indian lentils and parathas. Table tennis player G Sathiyan said, 'I have no problem with the facilities of food and exercise. I ate dal and paratha yesterday, which was good. Prem Verma, deputy chief of the Indian team, said, 'When going to another country, one should adopt the culture and food of that country. Good Indian cuisine is being served here. Don't compare it with Indian food.

Given the players' demand for hot water, more than 100 electronic kettles have been sought from the Indian Embassy. The kettles are not kept in the rooms in the sports village. Along with this, cleaning of rooms will be done once in three days in an exercise to keep personal contact to a minimum due to the Corona epidemic.

Ban on the unauthorized telecast of Olympics

The Delhi High Court has stayed the unauthorized telecast of the upcoming Tokyo Olympics by various websites and multi-system operators and local cable operators. A bench of Justice C Harishankar directed Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to stop illegal broadcasting of these websites on their platforms and asked the central government to issue necessary directions and notifications in this regard.

Instructions to file a reply within four weeks

After hearing a plea by Sony Pictures Network India, the special broadcaster of the Tokyo Olympics, the bench said the interim order of stay will remain in force till the next hearing on September 29. The bench also issued notice to the parties and directed them to file their reply within four weeks. Sony Pictures owns and operates the Sony Ten Network. Advocate Abhishek Malhotra, appearing for Sony Pictures, told the bench that their client has obtained an exclusive license to broadcast Tokyo Olympics and is the right holder broadcaster.