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(Source: Reuters) Top News Two Kenyan doctors have claimed that they gave banned performance-enhancing drugs to British athletes which prompted the UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) to start an investigation.The report alleged that three unnamed British athletes received banned performance-enhancing drugs at an elite training centre in Iten Kenya Ukad also sent two investigators to Nairobi to assist with the enquiries Kenya’s Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) also made arrests in connection with the incident As per the BBC reports the medics were secretly filmed by the Sunday Times which investigated allegations of doping in the African country in collaboration with German broadcaster ARD/WRD Meanwhile the UK Athletics described the Sunday Times’ allegations as “vague and unsubstantiated” and asked the newspaper to “provide full details of all of the individuals and information in its article as a matter of urgency so that the claims can be investigated in a timely manner” It also added “None of the allegations as presented relating to British athletes accords with our experience Nevertheless we take any allegations of doping seriously and will as always cooperate fully with any investigation undertaken by Ukad or other anti-doping organisations” In the video footage the medics claimed that they were “paid by British Kenyan and other athletes to administer blood-boosting drug erythropoietin (EPO)” According to the Sunday Times the doctors provided “medical notes and blood test results” which showed them treating British athlete for an injury Later when the newspaper approached a third doctor for comments he simply rejected the newspaper’s theory of British doping scandal Nicole Sapstead Ukad chief executive said the evidence was “of grave concern and of significant interest” She said “We have opened an investigation and are taking the necessary steps to corroborate the evidence and investigate it further…this evidence is being treated with the utmost importance and urgency” Sapstead added “We recognise that many athletes train overseas for a number of reasons such as warmer weather or the altitude and sometimes in countries which do not have the necessary anti-doping systems in place “Ukad has no power to prevent a sport training in other parts of the world and we strongly encourage every sport to carry out a risk assessment when choosing where their athletes train and to report any concerns to us “Whilst ultimately it is an athlete’s responsibility to protect themselves from doping it is absolutely imperative that national governing bodies of sport ensure that their athletes and coaching staff are safeguarded and are training in safe and clean environments “They must ensure that they are in the best possible environment to compete and win clean” The World anti-doping agency had declared Kenya as non-compliant with its anti-doping rules after some of the Kenyan athletes were involved in drug and corruption scandals back in May The IOC also stated that if the Kenyan athletes wanted to compete at the Rio Olympics they must be willing to go through extra doping tests before the event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Published: July 29 2016 4:51 am Tina Dabi graduated in 2014 from LSR with a degree in Pol Science (Hons) Amit Mehra Top News Union Public Service Commission topper Tina Dabi returned to her alma mater Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College Thursday to interact with students Addressing a packed auditorium Dabi said her aim as an IAS officer is to set a “good example” of integrity for her subordinates and work for women and students “I want set a very good example for my subordinates Being a woman myself I would like to work on women-related issues I’d like to focus on the education sector as well I will visit all schools and colleges in my district and keep motivating girls to fight whatever discrimination they are facing and inspire them to achieve what they want” Dabi graduated in 2014 from LSR with a degree in Political Science (Hons) Praising the college Dabi said LSR made her into who she was and taught her “progressive values” “LSR teaches you to have a very compassionate heart and turns you into a leader So seize the moment and seize the opportunity and become what you want to be in life… We are women but it is a man’s world so to fight it you need to develop a very thick skin” she said Talking to the media after the interaction Dabi said her dream of working on women’s issues would continue despite being given the Rajasthan cadre and not Haryana as was her first choice “I think Rajasthan has its own women-related issues The child sex ratio in Rajasthan is not good We also need more women holding key positions in panchayats It’s a very promising thing and it’s something even I would want to encourage in whichever district I’m posted in” she said On the flogging of seven Dalits allegedly by gau rakshaks in Gujarat and the subsequent protests Dabi said “It’s very unfortunate that these things are happening But I believe that you have to work with the system and always have faith in the system It’s the only solution” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News “‘Oh,By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 17” said an officer at Vile Parle police station.