CWG 2010 - Govt. advertisement highlighting Sporting Stadii & other info

This advertisement published by the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports of India in almost all national and major regional newspapers today (27/Sep/2010) brings about the highlights of the Sporting Stadii on offer for hosting the Common Wealth Games 2010 (CWG 2010) in New Delhi, India from 3rd October 2010 to 14th October 2010.

The list of highlights summing up the ad campaign start with the point:
"All venues are world class" followed by the discretely camouflaged yet defensive statement that "All venues been handed over to the Olympic Committee on 1st August 2010"

CWG 2010 Advertisement
Though the claims propagated by self-blown-trumpet are quite ostensible, only time can tell if these claims stand the test of time or not, and whether did they actually mean anything towards success or failure of the CWG 2010 or not.

All in all, still believing in the spirit of optimism and hope for the better end result, team bricks-n-mortar wishes-- all the participating sports personnel, their parent countries, event organizing and promoting authorities, hosting city and the great nation of India-- the very best of luck.

May our optimism prove to be true and the Common Wealth Games 2010 be a grand success over all making New Delhi & India proud hosting destination now and forever. May the real spirit of organizing this sporting extravaganza live up to its real purpose of uniting people and countries for brotherhood and friendliness.

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