14.02.2012 [Chandigarh Tribune] - He said, to plant the explosives in the train, Kamal had received arms and ammunition training at the KarniSingh shooting range in Faridabad and in Bhopal. Thereafter, he along with Lokesh and two others, planted the explosives in train, he added.
His Highness Maharaja KarniSingh (21 April 1924 – 4 September 1988), in full HH Maharajadhiraj Raj Rajeshwar Narendra Shiromani Maharajah Sri Dr KarniSingh Bahadur, also known as Dr KarniSingh, was from 1950 the last ruler of the princely state of Bikaner State, as part of India. He was also a politician, serving as a member of the Lok Sabha for twenty-five years, from 1952 to 1977, and an international clay pigeon and skeet champion.
18.02.2012 [Times of India] - Then in April 2006, both of them took arms training at KarniSingh shooting range in Faridabad. NIA officials said that Kamal could be taken to these weapon training camps for further identification of other accused. Kamal was brought to Panchkula
16.02.2012 [Times of India] - Thereafter in April 2006, Joshi and Chauhan visited KarniSingh shooting range in Faridabad (Haryana) and they took training in handling air pistols and point 22 bore pistol. The registers of these training camps were confiscated by NIA in August 2011
08.02.2012 [Indian Express] - Another Rathore has been blooded at the KarniSingh Shooting Ranges. All of 12, Manavaditya, Col Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore's son, won a bronze medal in trap at the junior division of the National Shooting Championships. The sense of achievement was
08.02.2012 [The Hindu] - National silver medallist Smit Singh enhanced his chances of making the national squad with two perfect rounds of 25, as he topped the table with 122 among seven skeet shooters, in the trials at the KarniSingh Range, Tughlakabad, on Wednesday.
15.02.2012 [The Hindu] - Rashmee Rathore outshone seasoned markswomen Arthi Singh and Saniya Shaikh recently to win the women's skeet gold in the National shooting championships at the Dr. KarniSingh range, New Delhi. Much effort has gone into her achievement.
10.02.2012 [The Hindu] - Asian champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu and the reigning National champion Zoravar Singh Sandhu came up with a below par fare, an identical 62 out of 75 after three rounds of trap in the selection trials at the KarniSingh Range, Tughlakabad
11.02.2012 [The Hindu] - Asian champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu pulled himself up with rounds of 24 and 23 to stay marginally ahead of the pack in the Shotgun trials at the KarniSingh Range, Tughlakabad, on Saturday. Manavjit had shot a below par 114 in the National
06.02.2012 [The Hindu] - The race will hot up with everyone within reach attempting to snatch away the three Olympic quota places in shotgun, when the selection trials kick off at the KarniSingh range in Tughlakabad on Tuesday. With the National Rifle Association of India
04.02.2012 [The Hindu] - Zoravar Singh Sandhu recaptured old magic to bag the trap gold, five points ahead of former Asian champion Anwer Sultan and World champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu in the National shotgun championship at the KarniSingh Range, Tughlakabad, on Saturday.
01.02.2012 [The Hindu] - Ajay Mittal asserted himself in a star-studded field, as the juniors came to the fore to declare a bright future, in double trap in the 55th National shotgun championship at the KarniSingh Shooting Range, Tughlakabad, on Wednesday.
30.01.2012 [The Hindu] - Rashmee Rathore of Andhra Pradesh pulled ahead of two champions Arti Singh and Saniya Sheikh to clinch the women's skeet title in the National shotgun championship at the KarniSingh Range, Tughlakabad, on Monday. The 30-year-old Rashmee shot rounds of
28.01.2012 [The Hindu] - 7 women's trap shooter Shagun Chowdhary will all attempt to defend their Olympic quota places in the 55th National shotgun championship that begins at the Dr. KarniSingh Range in Tughlakabad here on Sunday. Unlike the rifle and pistol shooters who