Fears are growing about the participation of some major nations in the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, due to start on October 3, as problems continue to plague the final preparations.
Following the collapse of a pedestrian footbridge on Tuesday, part of the ceiling in the weight-lifting venue has fallen down.
With accommodation standards at the athletes' village branded unhygienic and barely fit for habitation, the chairman of England's Games team said the event was now "on a knife-edge".
Scotland has delayed its team's departure for India, and Wales have given organisers until the end of the day to confirm that all facilities are ready.
Navika Kumar is political editor of Times Now television in Delhi.
First broadcast 22 September 2010