October 6 - Air India will be the official carrier of the Commonwealth Games 2010 in New Delhi, it was announced today.
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September 27 - New Delhi's preparations for next year's Commonwealth Games have received a much-needed boost after Victoria's Premier John Brumby (pictured) gave them a ringing endorsement.
September 26 - The powerful Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) has officially asked the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) to exclude Fiji from next year's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi after the caretaker Government failed to present a time schedule for the restoration of democracy in the country.
September 26 - The archery and table tennis venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi will miss their deadline for completion, the Archery Association of India's President claimed today.
September 24 - India's Home Secretary Gopal Krishna Pillai claimed that he is not aware of any security threats to the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi despite the fears of several countries who are due to compete there.
September 23 - Viewers in New Zealand will have to pay to watch the Commonwealth Games live next year if plans for Sky TV takes to over the broadcasting rights from Television New Zealand (TVNZ) are approved.
September 23 - England cricketer Monty Panesar (pictured) has been selected to help launch the 2010 Commonwealth Games at the Queen's Baton Relay in London next month.
September 22 - India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (pictured) today promised the Government would spare no effort to ensure the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi are successful.
September 16 - Suresh Kalmadi (pictured), the head of the organising committee for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, today again claimed that international officials need not have any fears over the Indian capital hosting a world-class event next year.
September 15 - Indian Olympic Association (IOA) secretary-general Randhir Singh (pictured) has called for a revamp of the New Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games' organising committee after widespread concerns over preparations for the event.
By Duncan Mackay
September 14 - A day after Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) President Mike Fennell aired scepticism over India's ability to host the 2010 Games, the chairman of the New Delhi organising committee, Suresh Kalmadi (pictured) said he is confident that they will put on a successful show to match Manchester in 2002 and Melbourne in 2006.
September 13 - India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (pictured) is to be urged next month to take action to ensure that New Delhi is ready to host the 2010 Commonwealth Games after officials warned that preparations were falling dangerously behind.
September 11 - The head of the Fiji Rugby Union (FRU) has claimed he remained optimistic that the country will be allowed to take part in the 2010 Commonwealth Games.