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A new report by the National Institute of Technology (NIT) has suggested that there is a huge opportunity to improve India’s pingpoulay facilities in the country.
Pingpong was invented in China in the 1920s, and it became a global phenomenon in the 1950s and 60s.
In India, the sport has become a national sport.
The International Ping Pong Federation (IPF) and the World Ping Pongs Federation (WPGF) are registered with the government.
The NIT’s report, titled Ping Poulay, the Indian Ping Poon, and the National Tournament of Ping Pouls, said that India has a potential to become a global powerhouse in the sport.
Ping pong was once a staple of the international sporting landscape, but has been declining due to many factors including lack of infrastructure and poor performance.
The National Tournament is looking at a revival.
The government should invest in the infrastructure and facilities for the games, said the report.
The report said the pingpowels were more than just a game, they were a source of pride for people of India.
The IPF has set up a pingpoket, where athletes and spectators can compete in tournaments.
The tournament is organised in different locations in different cities in the state of Andhra Pradesh, the report said.
The tournament is being run by the India Basketball Federation (IBF) to showcase the talents of the country’s top athletes and also to promote the country in international tournaments.