Michael Fennell, the President of the Commonwealth Games Federation, says that the Games will go ahead but that there "was extensive work to be done" for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, ahead of its opening on 3 October.
Head of Commonwealth Games says event will go ahead, but warns that New Delhi has extensive work to do before it begins.
The Commonwealth Games Federation demands that India improve conditions at the athletes' village in Delhi. Context: 2010 Commonwealth Games, Commonwealth Games Federation, Delhi, India
English team officials at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India seek reassurance about water safety at the Dr SPM Aquatics Centre after up to fifteen members of the English and Australian swim teams come down with a stomach virus. Context: 2010 Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India
Nigerian athlete Oludamola Osayomi, the winner of the 100 metres sprint at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, tests positive for the banned stimulant Methylhexanamine. Context: 2010 Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India
2010 Commonwealth Games:Thousands of slum dwellers are handed eviction notices in the Indian capital Delhi, a week before the 2010 Commonwealth Games is due to open. Context: 2010 Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India
2010 Commonwealth Games: Countries including New Zealand, Canada and Scotland delay their departure for the host city of Delhi, India, due to concerns about unsafe and unhygienic accommodation in the athletes' village. Context: 2010 Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India
Former chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Rajendra K. Pachauri is to face a court in Delhi, India on charges of sexual harassment. Pachauri is accused of stalking, intimidation and sexual assault of a former employee. Context: Delhi, India
Water supply is restored to the Indian city of Delhi as repairs are made to the vital Munak canal after the Jat reservation agitation is resolved. Context: Delhi, India
Jat protesters shut down 70% of Delhi's water supply meaning the Indian city could run out of water by the end of the weekend. At least nine people are killed in fighting. Context: Delhi, India
Fourteen people have died of dengue fever in the Indian city of Delhi. Context: Delhi, India
Bus drivers in the Indian city of Delhi call off a strike to protest the murder of a driver after the state government invokes the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA). Context: Delhi, India
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