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National Dragon Boat Championship
Tak flags off 44-member contingent for MP
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JAMMU, Apr 29: Member Legislative Council and President JK Water Sports Kayaking and Canoeing Association Firdous Tak flagged off a contingent of 44 players to participate in 6th National Dragon Boat Racing Championship 2017 at Bhind, MP. The contingent will participate in series of events in the category of Men, Women and Mixed during the championship starting from May 2. The championship is being organised by Indian Kayaking and Canoeing Association and around 25 states are participating. The team reached here at Jammu Railway Station from where it was flagged off by Tak in presence of other members of the Association. The team underwent hectic month long training at government run Water Sports Center Srinagar under national coach Bilquis Mir. Speaking on the occasion Tak said that J...
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Inter School District Level competitions concludes
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JAMMU, Apr 29: Inter School District Level Competitions of District Jammu in the disciplines of kick-boxing, Wushu, Taekwondo, U-14 & U-17 yrs Girls concluded at MA Stadium Indoor Complex Jammu. The competitions were organized by Deptt. of Youth Services and Sports Distt. Jammu under the Chairmanship of Madan Lal Jt. Director Youth Services & Sports Jammu and under the overall supervision of Sukhdev Raj Sharma DYSSO Jammu. The details : Taekwondo U-14 Girls: -26 kg: Rupali Chib of APS Miran Sahib and Rupleen Kour of Jammu Sanskriti. -29 Kg: Divyani of Shangrialla and Preeti of APS Domana. -32 Kg: Arti of GHSS Bazar Qasaba and Awantika Chib of APS Miran Sahib. -35 kg: Mehak Sharma of APS Miran Sahib and Mushrat of HSS Bazar Qasaba. -38 Kg: Taruna of Jammu Sanskriti and Rishika bhat...
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Sreesanth invited to witness the ICC Champions Trophy in England
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ARLINGTON, Virginia (USA) : Apr. 29 : India's pace bowler S. Sreesanth, who has been life-banned by the Indian cricket board for the alleged spot-fixing activities in the IPL in 2013, is invited to witness the Champions Trophy in England in June. The offer has come from Eid Gibbs, the Executive of the Glenrothes Cricket Club in Scotland for which Sreesanth has sought the NOC to play this season. "Sreesanth is yet to receive the NOC as the BCCI has sought more time and the Court has adjourned the hearing on May 22", Gibbs, speaking exclusively from Scotland, said. "The reason for delay is baffling now and Sreesanth, who is desperate to play here is very confused. Even if he gets the NOC on 22nd May and comes here, would miss four games by then but still be able to play 13-14 matches...
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Dy SP Gulbadhan Volleyball tourney organised
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JAMMU, Apr 28: Shaheed DySP Gulbadhan Singh Bhau Volleyball tournament was held by Range Police Headquarters, Jammu under Civic Action Programme at Govt Higher Secondary School (Boys) Akhnoor. Ashkoor Ahmed Wani, Dy Inspector General of Police, JSK Range Jammu was the chief guest on the occasion. The final volleyball match was played between Pallanwala Lower & Pallanwala Upper Both the teams have shown their best performance while playing the final match. Ultimately Pallanwala Lower won the final match with 3-1 points. Before award,closing ceremony held the chief guest of the event had brief deliberations and informed the youths that main motto of the activities are to keep the youths away from drug menace which has been spreading like wild fire in our state. Not only this, our J&K P...
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Police distributes sports items in Mattan schools
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SRINAGAR, Apr 28 According to the Commandant, JKAP III Battalion, Srinagar, the Police Department today distributed various sports items to different schools of Mattan Zone in Anantnag district under its ‘Civic Action Programme’ to promote police-public friendly relations. Chief Education Officer Anantnag was the chief guest on the occasion, while as senior police officers, Zonal Education Officer, Staff members of the concerned schools, students and other concerned were also present during the function. “The programme was appreciated, welcomed and it was insisted that the Police Department should conduct more such programmes in future to make the police-public relation better,” a statement of the Police Department said....
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Inter-school tournament commences in Udhampur
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UDHAMPUR, Apr 28: Two day Inter School Tournament for Boys Under-14 and Under-17 years in the disciplines of Kabaddi, Volleyball ,Kho - Kho and Wrestling commenced here today at Mini Stadium. Around 230 Boys from 22 institutions of zone Udhampur participated in the tournament under 14 yr Boys category. The tournament is being organized under the supervision of Zonal Physical Education Officer Udhampur, Santosh Kumari and overall guidance of DYSSO Udhampur. In the final match of Volleyball U/14 BOYS, High School Malhar defeated Middle School Garhi by 11 points, while in the semifinal matches of Kabaddi U/14 Yrs Boys, Bhartiya Vidya Mandir defeated City High School Boys Udhampur by 5 points and Middle School Badali Rakh defeated Happy Model Hr Sec School Udhampur by 18 points. In th...
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CM approves state’s first-ever cricket academy
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SRINAGAR, Apr 28: In a first of its kind, the State Government of Jammu & Kashmir has given a go ahead to the state cricket academy at Srinagar’s Bakshi stadium. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and President J&K Sports Council, and J&K Minister for Sports Imran Raza Ansari, approved the decision to start the state’s first cricket academy. “Cricket academy for state’s budding cricketers was long over due. This state of the art academy will give fillip to cricketing activities and help many deserving to build career under the watch of professional trainers and coaches,” Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who is also President of the Council said....
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J&K women blank Gujarat in Hockey
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JAMMU, Apr 28: Jammu and Kashmir today made it a big 9-0 win against Gujarat in the Junior Women National Hokey Championship at Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. As per the reports reaching here, J&K girls dominated the turf throughout with Chittra Bhadur being highest scorer, who netted four goals. Mirdula Sharma and Abilove Kour contributed two each while Priya Thakur added one. Now, in their next outing, J&K women shall take on Himachal Pradesh on April 30....
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Jodhamal girls face JKPS in Basketball final
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JAMMU, Apr 28: Jodhamal Public School shall be playing against JK Public School (JKPS) in the final of the under-17 girls' inter-school Basketball tournament which is part of the CBSE Sahodaya Complex School annual competitions underway at MHAC School Nagbani, here tomorrow. Earlier, in the semifinals, played today, Jodhamal trounced Doon International School 8-0 while JK Public outplayed RM Public School 23-0. In all, four teams representing as many institutions reported for the two-day competition. The final is scheduled to be played tomorrow at 9 am. Earlier, the event was declared open by Principal of the host MHAC School Nagbani, Sween Puri amidst oath of sincerity by the participants. She encouraged the participants and interacted with each of the them. The event is being cond...
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Manali-Macleodganj trekking from June 1
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JAMMU, Apr 28: Tawi Trekkers J&K, the premier trekking organization of J&K, is organizing only one trekking program this summer in Manali-Macleodganj area of Himachal Pradesh. The programme, which shall consists of 45 students and two teachers in each group, is of five days and five nights duration. About 500 boys and girls in the age group of 10 to 14 years are likely to participate in the venture. During the trek, scheduled to be organized from June one, the participants during their three days and three nights stay at Manali shall trek to the enchanting Jogni waterfall, the Manali View point besides a visit to hot water springs at Vashisht, the famous Hadimba temple and Mountaineering Museum in Atal Behari Vajpai Mountaineering Institute, Manali. However, the highlight of this pr...
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JKPS girls enter final of Basketball tourney
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JAMMU, Apr 28: JK Public School Girls Basketball Team (Under-17) has entered into the finals of Sahodaya Schools Basketball Tournament. The tournament is being held under the banner of Sahodaya Schools complex Jammu Chapter at MHAC School Nagbani, wherein all notched CBSE schools Copied from Jammu links news from Jammu, Akhnoor, Udhampur, Kathua, Samba and RS Pura are participating. JKPS Girls has entered the finals by defeating Team RM Public School Jammu in the semi-final. The finals will be played on 29th April 2017. Team JKPS is trained by Manoj Solanki, Basketball coach of JK Public School. The School Principal, SK Singh congratulated the team and appreciated the hard work by the Team Coach, and blessed them for the finals....
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Heritageans excel in Inter-School Badminton tourney
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JAMMU, Apr 28: Heritageans bag array of medals in the Inter-School U-14 Badminton Tournament organised by Youth Services and Sports held at M.A. Stadium from April 21 to 25. Pranjal Sharma of VII D, Suhani Singh VIII D, Nupur Abrol of VII A and Anhat Kour of VII F won Gold Medals. The U-14 girls Inter-School Table Tennis Tournament was held at M.A. Stadium. Suhani Singh of VIII D Preesha Singh of VIIC and Divyansh Singh of VII A bagged Bronze Medals. Aadishree Sharma of X F, Pranika Gupta of X E and S. Prakalya of X F won bronze medals in U-17 girls Table Tennis Tournament....
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Lasith Malinga will do well in the Champions Trophy: Chaminda Vaas
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NEW YORK, (USA), Apr 28: Chaminda Vaas the former fast bowler has been keenly following his country-man Lasith Malinga's cricketing days. Not only Malinga is a slinging bowler but also known as a hat-trick specialist. The bowler has four hat-tricks registered under his name and once also grabbed four wickets in four balls and came close to achieve this unique feat on one more occasion. Explaining the secret of Malinga's phenominal performance, Vaas, the coach in Sri Lanka, says, "his (Malinga's) commitment towards the game has been fabulous. He is really working hard in practices. He is very focus and eager to take wickets all the time". Malinga is on par with former Pak speedster Wasim Akram in hat-trick achievement. "Malinga gives 100 % in every game and I will not be surprise...
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Inter School District Level Competitions of District Jammu
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JAMMU, Apr 27: Inter School District Level Competitions of District Jammu in the disciplines of kick-boxing, wushu, taekwondo, Slumbum, , thang ta, squay martial art & boxing U-14 & U-17 yrs for boys and girls gets underway at MA Stadium Indoor Complex Jammu. In all 300 Players drawn from govt and private Institutions of District Jammu are taking part in the competitions. The main objective of these competitions is to select the teams in these disciplines for the upcoming competitions i.e. Inter District Division Level competitions. The competitions are being organized by Department of Youth Services and Sports District Jammu under the Chairmanship of Madan Lal Jt. Director Youth Services & Sports Jammu and under the overall supervision of Sukhdev Raj Sharma DYSSO Jammu. Earlier, th...
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Inter School Zonal level U-17 Football Championship organised
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SAMBA, Apr 27: The Department of Youth Services and Sports District Samba has organized Inter School Zonal Level Football Championship at Raja Suchet Singh Stadium Samba. All the participants of Samba participated in the tournament from all over the Zone. The tournament was inaugurated by the District Youth Services and Sports Officer Sunil Kumar. ZEPO Samba Rakesh Verma was the overall supervisor of the occasion. The championship was held under the able guidance of DYSSO Samba. DYSSO Samba Sh. Sunil Kumar while addressing the participants asked the students have more stress on the games as the games are also necessary for the development of student. The details:Final U-17 :kristu Jyoti Convent School defeated Govt. High School Diani by 5-3 goals. The official present on occasion ...
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Visually Challenged climbers felicitated
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JAMMU, Apr 27: Visually Challenged climbers of J&K who brought laurels to the state by winning 5 medals including 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze in the 2nd North Zone Sport Climbing Championship for Visually Challenged persons were felicitated by Mountaineering Association of J&K in a small function held at Louise Braille Memorial Residential School for Sightless Girls, here today. Prominent among others present on the occasion included Ram Khajuria and Shawetica Khajuria, General Secretary and Joint Secretary of Mountaineering Association of J&K, Principal RD Dubey and Nevedita Shukla and Anju Sharma of Louis Braille Memorial Residential School for Sightless Girls and Khalida Begum, Superintendent of Residential School for Blind. It is worth mentioning here that 2nd North Zone Sport Cli...
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Inter school football tourney gets underway
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JAMMU, Apr 26: Inter-School Football (under-17) Tournament of Purmandal zone was thrown open today in the premises of St Mary’s Convent High School, Smailpur in Samba. The tournament is organized by the Department of Youth Services and Sports under the chairmanship of DYSSO Samba, Sunil Kumar and overall supervision of Zonal Education Planning Officer (ZEPO) Purmandal Harsh Keshka. During the opening ceremony Principal of the St Mary’s Convent High School, Smailpur, Sister Lucy was the chief guest who after brief introduction with the players thrown open the tournament. Speaking on the occasion Sister Lucy stressed upon the students to actively participate in the sports activities as it is good for mental as well as physical growth of the students. The inaugural match was played betwee...
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Tendulkar to inaugurate Dr Joshi's new project on Performance Enhancement
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NEW JERSEY (USA) Apr 26 : India's former captain and world's greatest batsman Sachin Tendulkar will inaugurate the Performance Enhancement & Rehabilitation arm of Dr. Anant Joshi's new project at his Sportsmed Centre at Patel (Mumbai) on Friday. Dr Anant Joshi. the renowned Orthopaedic Surgeon and a sports injury specialist has recovered several sports people of the country and the top cricketers still approach him in private capacity for consultations. In 2001 Dr. Joshi had travelled with Sachin Tendulkar to South Africa (Dr. Mark Feruson) for his foot injury. Sachin and Dr. Joshi have remained close friends. In fact. it was Sachin Tendulkar who, few years ago, had inaguarated Dr. Joshi's Sportsmed (short form of Sports Medicine) Centre in Mumbai when it was shifted from Dadar t...
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Inter School Distt Level competitions begins
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JAMMU, Apr 26: Inter School District Level Competitions of District Jammu in the disciplines of kick-boxing, wushu, taekwondo, slumbum, , thang ta, squay martial art & boxing U-14 & U-17 yrs boys gets underway at M.A Stadium Indoor Complex Jammu. In all 300 Players drawn from govt and Pvt Institutions of District Jammu are taking part in the competitions. The main objective of these competitions is to select the teams in these disciplines for the upcoming competitions i.e. Inter District Division Level competitions. The competitions are being organized by Department of Youth Services and Sports District Jammu under the Chairmanship of Madan Lal Jt. Director Youth Services & Sports Jammu and under the overall supervision of Sukhdev Raj Sharma DYSSO Jammu. Earlier, the competitions wer...
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J&K wrestling team leaves for national & Hind kesari
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JAMMU, Apr 26: Jammu and Kashmir Indian Style Wrestling team for 50th Senior Indian Style Wrestling championship along with Hind–Kesari title for Men selected by J&K Indian Style Wrestling Association to participate at Pune From April 27 to 30. The team was selected after final trials and screening test, under the overall supervision and aegis of J&K State Sports Council at Dewan Mandir Akhara, Jammu. Team was duly sponsored by J&K State Sports Council. The Wrestlers who were selected for the championship and Hind Kesari included Jarnail Singh (51Kgs), Ranjeet Singh (55Kgs), Chain Singh (61Kgs), Bhushan Mehra (67Kgs), Balwan Singh (75Kgs), Rajesh Kumar (85Kgs), Abhishek Sangral (97Kgs) & Diller Khan Hind Kesari (All are from J&K). Two Wrestlers (02) can take part in Hind Kesari Ti...
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Mansha Bashir calls on CM
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JAMMU, Apr 26: Mansha Bashir, a Kashmiri girl who recently bagged the silver medal in an international Taekwondo competition at Bangkok, called on the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today. The Chief Minister wished her well and asked her to continue her progress in her sports discipline so that the State takes pride in her. She assured her all support in pursuing her interest in the game and promotion of the sport in the State. It may be recalled here that Mansha has bagged second position in the International Taekwondo competition held at Bangkok on March 25 and 26. Minister of State for Housing & Urban Development, Asiea Naqash was present on the occasion....
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Imroz Club Harni wins kabaddi tourney
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JAMMU, Apr 25: Out Playing Sakhi Maidan Club, by 37 points in a closely fought summit clash Imroz Club ,Harni lifted the title of the Mendhar Shahidi Diwas Kabaddi tournament organised by the local community with the support of the Army under the aegis of the Ace of Spades Division at the OP Hill Stadium , Mendhar. The see saw battle between the two teams saw the players displaying exquisite skills , with Imroz Club , Harni eventually winning 37 - 30. The event which was conducted to commemorate the Mendhar Shahidi Diwas commenced on Apr 22, 17 and saw wide spread enthusiastic participation of youth from areas of Mendhar included Galuthi ,Harni , Dharana ,Salwah and Sakhi Maidan. The Chief guest on the occasion gave away prizes to the winners , runner up teams and the organising commit...
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Younis Khan is known to our family as smiley, says late Bob Woolmer's son
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NEW JERSEY, (USA), Apr 25: Pakistani batsman Younis Khan's salute to his late coach Bob Woolmer for his 10,000 Test runs has made Woolmer family excited in South Africa. "That is great. I would like to say thank you and well done to Younis on such an incredible career achievement", Woolmer's son, Russell, speaking exclusively over his mobile from South Africa, said on Tuesday. "I am also not surprised for his landmark achievement. He is such a natural talent, and amazing person, he carries himself so professionally on and off the field". "I have very fond memories of him when we visited Pakistan. Younis also known to us (Woolmer family) as smiley (as he never stops smiling) played such a special part in Dad's career, his positivity, hard work ethic are just some of his characteristics,...
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Monty Panesar recalls his first Test victim
Celebrations started with Sachin's wicket
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NEW JERSEY, Apr 25: England spinner Monty Panesar will be 35 on Tuesday and will be cutting his birthday cake one day later after India's Little Master Sachin Tendulkar had his celebrations on Monday. Speaking exclusively over his mobile from England on Monday afternoon, he said, "it would have been nice to be born the same day as Sachin Paaji because cake would be always on him!!!". Interestingly, Panesar's first victim was Sachin Tendulkar (Vidarbha Cricket Association ground, Nagpur in 2006). "I remember my first Test wicket and he has been my childhood hero and the celebrations and exciting was unbelievable. I guess that's where the celebrations started!!". "I remember training with Sachin Paaji and his son (Arjun) at Lord's and just feeding him on bowling machine was so much fu...
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J&K campaign ends in 43rd Jr National Volleyball C’ship
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JAMMU, Apr 23: Jammu and Kashmir volleyball boys and girls teams ended State’s campaign in 43rd Junior National Volleyball Championship at Paravoor Ernakulam in Kerala. After winning first three matches against Jharkhand, Manipur and Chhattisgarh, J&K boys team lost last two league matches on Sunday and were crushed out of the championship. In the fourth match played today, J&K lost to Kerala by 3-0 (17-25, 21-25, 22-25) and in the last league match, Gujarat trounced J&K by 3-0 (25-12, 25-22, 25-23). In girls section, J&K lost to Madhya Pradesh by 3-0 (24-26, 13-25, 20-25) in its last match of the pool. Earlier, J&K girls lost first two matches against Odisha and Gujarat and defeated Chandigarh in third match. The J&K boys team won three matches out of five played in their pool under...
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