Junior hammer throw champion Ashish Jakhar was handed a four-year retroactive ban by NADA for testing positive for methandienone.
The BCCI came under NADA's ambit from the third quarter of 2019, making this year the first time that the agency will handle sample collection during the IPL, to be held from September 19 to November 8.
Weightlifter Pardeep Singh became the first case of human Growth Hormone doping in India and has been handed a provisional four-year suspension.
Mrinalini Singh has tested positive for banned substance, beta blocker, becoming a first female case of doping in Indian motor sports.
The NADA India App is available in Google store for all athletes and coaches to download.
Rowing Federation of India (RFI) secretary general M.V. Sriram said that the federation is investigating the matter.
NADA will take a decision on whether or not the five centrally contracted BCCI cricketers who were issued noticed for failing to disclose their whereabouts will be counted as a mistake or not.
The other players to have received the notice include women stars Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma, who are among the five cricketers in the 110 strong National Registered Testing Pool (NRTP).
Hours after saying that athletes failing to report about their whereabouts could be suspended for up to four years, NADA changed the quantum of punishment.
National Anti-Doping Agency is gearing up for vigorous resumption of sample collection and testing after the home ministry allowed sports complexes and stadia to open but without spectators.
NADA hearings have not been taking place due to the lockdown to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.
Discus thrower Sandeep Kumari got a a 4-year ban, nearly two years after her sample was deemed clean
National Anti-Doping Agency Director General Navin Agarwal said that they will be able to conduct enough number of tests on athletes who have qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Two track and field athletes, a volleyball player and a boxer have tested positive for banned substances.
Sumit Sangwan was banned for a year in December 2019 after testing positive for Acetazolamide.
NADA banned Javelin thrower Amit Dahiya for four years after he avoided dope sample collection by sending a proxy.
Despite being banned, a 2016 survey by the United Nations Children's Fund showed that nearly 90 per cent of Egyptian women and girls had undergone the procedure.
Ravinder Kumar tested positive for a prohibited substance and has been banned for four years by the National Anti-Doping Agency.
Sarbjeet Kaur's sample from 34th Women Senior National Weightlifting Championship tested positive, after which NADA has banned her for four years.
NADA revealed among all cases tested for doping samples, 157 were found positive for the presence of a prohibited substance.