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Son of the soil, Lt Col Jamwal, scales Mt Denali
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JAMMU, June 27: Lieutenant Colonel, Ranveer Singh Jamwal, son of the soil has added another feather to his cap by scaling the highest peak of the North America—Mt Denali. Lt Col Jamwal, who hails from village Badhori in Samba district has the distinction of scaling the Mount Everest thrice and is internationally acclaimed mountaineer. He was the team leader of the Indian Army Expedition Team to Mount Everest when the powerful earthquake struck Nepal on April 25, 2015 that left many climbers dead and Lt Col showing extra exemplary courage had rescued the members of other expedition teams besides clearing the base camp of garbage before leaving it. His step was lauded by one and all. Lt Col Jamwal has did it once again and has set the standards of mountaineering very high by climbing th...
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Monica to represent J&K in World bodybuilding championships
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JAMMU, June 27: Bodybuilder Monica Gupta who is amongst the very few women from J&K to have participated in various eminent fitness competitions at national level and won it too have made the state once again proud by marking her place in selection trials for Mr. Asia and Mr. World bodybuilding championships, women category to be held in August and September 2017 respectively. Monika is a tough contender, strong willed has a go getter attitude and once she sets her sight on something there is no stopping her. She is very positive about the upcoming selection trials. Broadly viewed as the inspiration of women bodybuilding of the Jammu and Kashmir state, Monika continue to amaze us with her achievements and persistently encompass herself in the sport at various levels....
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Captain can't change decision once announced at the toss : MCC
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MUMBAI, June 27:: On Monday, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) the custodian of the laws of cricket, closely monitored the situation at County Ground, in Tauton, where the Windies skipper Stafanie Taylor was keen later to change her decision to bat first announced at the toss in the Women's World Cup match against Australia. She, however, was rightly denied the permission by the match official and the opposing captain Meghann Lanning. Jonny Singer, the Laws of Cricket Advisor at Lord's explains : Decision to be notified "As soon as the toss is completed, the captain of the side winning the toss shall notify the opposing captain and the umpires of his decision to bat or to field. Once notified, the decision cannot be changed". Interestingly, the law 4 on the toss insists the p...
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Benia lifts 6th Panya Kesari Dangal title 2017
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JAMMU, June 26: Wrestler Benia Min of J&K Police lifted “6th Annual Panya Kesari Dangal Title 2017” by defeating Wrestler Ajay Gujjar Patha Guru Gurdev, Akhara Barn (Patila), resident of Gurgoan in the final first malli bout played at High School, Panya Dager in Akhnoor. The first malli main bout Wrestlers Benia Min awarded with cash prize of Rs 35,000 along with traditional Gurj (Gadda), Patta of Panya kesari and Turban while runner-up Wrestler Ajay Gujjar got Rs 30,000. Around 17 bouts were played in the Wrestling Competition. An amount of Rs 2, 25,000 has been incurred for conduct of this one day Dangal. Wrestler Dinu of Kathua was declared as Best Wrestler of the Dangal, he won two bouts. He was awarded with cash prize of Rs 5, 00. Joint Secretary J&K State Sports Council Shiv Kum...
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Jammu's Manik finds berth in National Hockey Academy
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JAMMU, June 26: Manik Sharma of Akhnoor in Jammu brought laurels to the state by winning a berth in the National Hockey Academy. The selection has been made by the Hockey Indian considering his performance at the national level competitions. "Manik has been selected in the Sub-Junior category. He is among 35 selected young hockey players from all over the country. Earlier, 150 boys underwent selection process and finally 35 boys were picked up for the advance training ahead of the international exposure," general secretary of Hockey J&K, GS Bakshi told Jammu Links News. Meanwhile, as per a handout issued here today by the Hockey J&K, Manik has become first young hockey player form Jammu and Kashmir to be selected in the National Academy....
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KCSC Jr, Rainawari Club win opening ties
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JAMMU, June 26: Hosts KC Sports Club (KCSC) Junior and Rainawari Cricket Club (RCC) won their respective matches to strengthen their position in the ongoing KCSC Cup inter-club tournament at KC Public School (KCPS) grounds, here today. In the first match of the day, RCC beat Friends Cricket Club (FCC) by 17 runs. Batting first, RCC made 160 runs in allotted 20 overs. Musaf, Ishan and Manjeet were top scorers with 53, 37 and 24 runs in their respective accounts. From FCC, Viman Raina took three wickets. In reply, FCC could not chase the total and bowled out for 143 runs. Madhav Sharma and Sidharth played fine innings of 46 and 32 runs respectively while Mohit added 21. Manjeet and Puneet shared two wickets each from RCC. Meanwhile, in another scheduled match, KCSC Junior Club outplay...
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Magotra nominated president of derecognised J&K Olympic Association
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JAMMU, June 26: Durga Dass Magotra has been nominated as president of the derecognised Jammu and Kashmir Olympic Association today. It is worthwhile that state administration has taken strong note of violating guidelines, sports conduct, All India Services Conduct rules, GAD SRO 164 by the J&K Olympic Association and has ordered derecognised the state unit (J&K Olympic Association) of the Indian Olympic Association, which is known to be fiefdom of its lifetime general Secretary Ashutosh Sharma. Sources in the administration has informed that state government has finalised list of the adhoc body of the J&K Olympic Association and has also sent the same to the Union Minister for Sports Vijay Goel for further action. The post of president fell vacant after the demise of Rangi...
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Dhananjay Charak selected for Mr World Bodybuilding Competition
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JAMMU, June 26: Indian Body Builders Federation has conducted selection trials on yesterday in Meerut for Mr Asia and Mr World Bodybuilding Competition. Dhananjay Singh Charak from Jammu clean sweeps the trial 3 time in a row by selecting in 2 categories Athletic physique and Sports physique respectively. Last year also Dhananjay place 4th rank in Mr World Competition first ever to do so from Jammu. This year he is looking for the title positively trials held on yesterday June 25. Mr Asia is in Korea on August 20 and Mr. World is in Mangolia in September....
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Self defence awareness training conducted
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JAMMU, June 26: Self defence awareness training was conducted by Vikas Dhar Black Belt 3rd Dan KAI, Association Coach Naresh Kumar Black Belt 2nd Dan KAI and senior student of Association Mohit Singh Black Belt 2nd Dan KAI (International Player). About 400 student participated in this training under the Prime Minister slogan "Sath hai vishwas hai ho rahe vikas hai" at Distt. Udhampur (Latti) organized by Shito Ryu Karate School of Jammu & Kashmir approved by Amateur Karate Association of Jammu & Kashmir recognized by J&K State Sports Council under the supervision of Chief Coach Amit Singh Black Belt 4th Dan Karate Association of India qualified referee/Judge Kata, Kumite in collaboration with Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Govt of India. The pro...
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Shaminda's bowling action to be tested in Chennai on Friday
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MUMBAI, June 26: Sri Lanka's fast bowler Shaminda Eranga's bowling action will be tested in Chennai (India) on June 30. According to the highly placed sources in Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board, the good news was first conveyed to the bowler by Simon Willis, the High Performance manager about a week ago and was asked to be readied any day after June 28 . Shaminda was reported for his suspect bowling action immediately after the second Test against England in Chester-le-Street in May last year. The match was officiated by the on field Asian umpires- Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and S. Ravi (India), with Zimbabwe's Andy Pycroft as match-referee. The news about his suspension (for bowling action) coincided with his sickness (elevated heartbeats) and hospitalization in Ireland. Since then the...
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Rahul Dravid's favorite bat inspires Smriti Mandhana, says her mother
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MUMBAI, June 25: Smriti Mandhana's parents in Sangli could not wait more to watch on TV the performance of their daughter on Saturday. India won the first Women's World Cup (WWC) match against formidable England and Smriti won the Player of the Match award for her 90 runs which included 11 fours and two towering sixes in 100 minutes. The watched the entire match on TV in a new house, whether they have recently shifted. "It was a big match for her as she was playing after a gap of 4 1/2 months. We were more worried as how she would perform after the knee surgery in Australia (by Dr. David Young)", the mother, Smita Mandhana, speaking exclusively over her mobile, said from Sangli. "We became little tensed when she was again injured during the fielding but we spoke to her after the ma...
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Kabaddi competition organises at Kishtwar
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JAMMU, June 25: Army organised a Kabaddi tournament at Cherji in Kishtwar district, recently in continuing with our efforts of nurturing sporting talent of youth of Kishtwar and encouraging the young minds of the district to participate in constructive activities. The tournament, which commenced with singing of National Anthem, consisted of two teams of Cherji area. The youth turned out in large numbers to cheer the teams. The finals were played between Bhada team and Dedna team wherein Bhada team emerged as winners. The participants and spectators lauded the initiatives of the Army and expressed that such events will give a fillip and will also aid in developing healthy competitive spirit amongst the youth of the area....
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World record for Mithali Raj former Australian captain Belinda congratulates her
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MUMBAI, June 25: Mithali Raj, the captain of the India's women team created a world record to-day for leading the team in the most consecutive ODIs. On Saturday she led the Indian team 58th time (successively) in the women's World Cup match against England at the County Ground, Derby and broke the world record of Belinda Clarke (Australia). . Former Australian captain Belinda Clarke was not far behind to congratulate Mithali on this occasion. Speaking exclusively, she said, "Great news that Mithali will break record. She is a great player and the Indian team is progressing nicely under her leadership". "I can't wait to see the best teams in the world compete in the 2017 ICC Women's World Cup". Back home in Hyderabad, her father (and her personal coach also : Dorai Raj) was equally h...
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Sports keep our body physically, mentally fit: Bhadwal
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JAMMU, June 25: J&K Grappling Association conducts one Day workshop at MA Stadium tips was given by Multan Singh Rana International Referee along with Ravi Kant Mishra International Referee along with Vikram Singh President J&K Grappling Association, Gujinder Singh General Sect, Bupinder,Pankaj Sopolia, Bipan, Ravi along with participants of Jammu, Kathua, Samba, Udhampur & Doda. This is the first orientation program of Grappling in which participants was guided by Multan Singh Rana International Referee along with Ravi Kant Mishra International Referee . Students patiently watched the tips given by them how to grab points while playing grappling. Vikram Singh President of J&K Grappling Association said Grappling Family which is associated with National youth services, Affiliated by Gr...
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"We are Test players now"
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MUMBAI, June 24: On Thursday Lalchand Rajput, Indian coach for the Afghanistani cricket team had his eyes and ears in London, where his team (along with the Irish team) were awarded the Test status. Getting ICC's full membership news was first conveyed to him by this Reporter on Thursday night and was also first hinted about it earlier in the day. "It's a big day for Afghanistan cricket and the sports loving people of Afghanistan. Now they will be called as Test playing country and the players as Test players", speaking exclusively, he said. "From last one year we are showing consistent performance and the credit must go to the players ,all support staff and the cricket board for presuming the matter with the ICC", he further added. On asked his preference he would love to play ag...
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Govt keen to revive sports culture in JK: Lal Singh
Winners of Sonipat Kurask Championship felicitated
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JAMMU, June 24: Minister for Forests, Ecology and Environment, Choudhary Lal Singh today said that substantial sports infrastructure has been created across the State by the Government to revive sports culture and provide talented youth with an opportunity to refine and showcase their skill. The Minister was addressing a gathering at a function held at Gandhi Nagar after facilitating the winners of Sonipat (Haryana) Kurask Championship who brought laurels to the State by winning Gold and Bronze medals, here today. In the National Kurask Championship held at Sonipat (Haryana), Bhanu Pratap won gold medal besides Sanjana Manhas, Munish Sharma, Nirbhay Singh Abhay, Karan and Shubham Sharma won bronze medals. Choudhary Lal Singh said that Government is making all out efforts to organize...
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IGP felicitates Musaif, Rohan for performing in Friendship Series
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JAMMU, June 24: Dr SD Singh Inspector General Of Police, Jammu Zone Felicitated Musaif Aijaz and Rohan Gill Junior Cricketer from DPS Jammu for performing well in the Friendship Series between Jammu Rising Stars and Gurgaon Stars with trophies and Cricket dresses at Zonal Police Headquarters, Jammu. “Friendship Series between Jammu Rising Stars and Gurgaon Stars was conducted at Gurgaon from 16th of June to 20th of June,2017 jointly by Zonal Police Headquarters Jammu, All India kashmiri Samaj, Gurgaon Police, Ambience Group and District Administration gurgaon. The main objective was “Youth Integration through Sports”. The Series was conducted under the supervision of Dr.SD Singh IGP Jammu and Vijay Aima, President of AIKS. Rajesh Gill Chief prosecuting Officer was the coordinator and...
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Sports build self-confidence, help develop personality: Sham
R S Pura Cricket Club lifts Summer Cup cricket tourney
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JAMMU, June 23: Saying that sports play vital role to keep mind and physique fit, Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Sham Lal Choudhary said sports also builds self-confidence and develops personality besides help in keeping youth away from social evils like drug abuse, smoking and drinking. The Minister was speaking at the final of Summer Cup-2017 played today between Satriyan Cricket Club and RS Pura Cricket Club at Government Boys Middle School, Satriyan. Interacting with the players, the Minister said, “Winning and Losing are part of the game but we must learn sportsmanship, leadership, perseverance, and resilience from the game which are bulwarks of a progressive society.” Referring to “Khelo India” Scheme, the Minister said the Government has been working relentlessly...
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Aaqib Javed invited as an expert in spot-fixing inquiries
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MUMBAI, June 23: Former Pakistani fast bowler Aaqib Javed has been invited as an expert observer on the ongoing spot-fixing allegations against players in the Pakistani Super League (PSL), it is learnt here. According to the highly placed sources in the PCB, the Anti-Corruption Tribunal comprising of Justice (retired) Asghar Haider, General (retired) Tauqeer Zia and Wasim Bari has summoned Aaqib Javed on July 6 and give his verdict after seeing the footage of one of the PSL matches where Sharjeel played the two dot balls. "Aaqib, who has coached the Pak. players will be asked whether the balls were played on merit or in a pre-determined manner", the source explained, adding, "at present only Aaqib has been invited but more players will be called, if required". "Both parties- the PCB...
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‘160 teams from Kashmir, 164 teams from Jammu will be participating’
Sports Council’s cricket academy to begin event
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JAMMU, June 22: The State Cricket Academy is all set to start a mega cricket event after this Eid, in which 160 teams from Kashmir province and 164 teams from Jammu province are participating. The event would be held in two phases and the registration process has started two months ago. The registration process in Jammu is in progress. “It will be first major cricket event to be held in state on this scale this season. The top level cricketers from all over State would be taking part in the event,” Director State Cricket Academy Mubashir Hassan said, adding, the first phase will see teams from all over State talking on each other. In the second phase there will be 20 teams which will include players selected on the basis of their performance during first phase. The second phase will als...
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Hockey veterans seek CM's intervention
Sports Council encouraging people running sports mafia
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JAMMU, June 22: Time and again, the apex sporting body namely the State Sports Council headed by the chief minister Mehbooba Mufti encouraging the all those people running sports mafia in the state of J&K. A number of hockey veterans and former general secretary, Roman Singh today alleged malfunctioning by the present set of office bearers of Hockey Jammu and Kashmir amidst demand of inquiry by the Crime Branch. Speaking to the media, these hockey veterans demanded intervention by the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, who happens to be president of governing body of sports in the state, J&K State Sports Council. Levelling allegations against general secretary and his team, Romal Singh said, "I was removed as general secretary undemocratically that too without any reason. Now, residen...
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Rope Skipping training workshop organised
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JAMMU, June 22: Organised by the Rope Skipping Association of Jammu and Kashmir, under the aegis of Rope Skipping Federation of India, a workshop for coaches and judges concluded, here today. Around 50 officials and technical individuals attended the training sessions during the workshop held under the guidance of instructor and examiner from Federation, Anil Sharma. Those present were Tarsem Sharma, general secretary, Subash Sharma, joint secretary, Gulshan Rattan and Shafkat Shafi....
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Summer Taekwondo camp gets underway
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JAMMU, June 22: A week-long Summer Taekwondo training camp, organised by J&K Taekwondo Association, in support with J&K State Sports Council, got underway at MA Stadium, here today. During the week-long coaching sessions, the Association has involved Taekwondo coach of the State Sports Council, Atul Pangotra as trainer, a handout issued by the Association here today informed. The coaching sessions shall be held in two sessions of morning (8 am to 11 am) and evening (5 pm to 7 pm). During the Summer Camp, young trainees shall be imparted latest techniques in the events of Poomsae, Kyorugi, Demonstration, Self Defence (for females), Yoga and Meditation session, the handout added....
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Afghanistan Cricket Board hires British lawyer for Mohammad Shehzad
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MUMBAI, June 22: Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has hired the services of a British lawyer to deal Mohammad Shehazad's doping case. This was revealed by the chairman Atit Marshal, The 30-year-old Shehzad has been provisionally suspended (in April) by the ICC on the doping charges. In January this year, the Afghanistan wicket-keeper batsman underwent out of competition doping tests and the results were found positive with contents of anabolic agent clenbuterol.contained in his murine samples. Speaking exclusively over his mobile from London, where he is attending the ICC's AGM (Annual General Meeting), he said, "We have hired the services of an expert lawyer dealing in such cases. It is not that we are supporting the player but we are helping his to deal in this case". Results of few...
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SLC was lone to oppose the governance structure
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MUMBAI, June 22: The Indian cricket board and the ICC have settled over the long pending issue over financial model and agreed to the government structure but it the acceptance of the new structure was not an anonymus decision by all Board members. According to the highly placed sources in the ICC, it was once again opposed by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board. The matter went to the extent of voting but it all fell against SLC and the resolution was passed with 9-1. SLC has been opposing the changes from the begining and according to the ICC sources, the SLC president Thilanga Sumathipala also wrote a 10-page letter detailing the reasons of their protests. The decision to make Ireland Cricket and the Afghanistan Cricket Board the full members, were however, not opposed by SLC, it is l...
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