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IOA constitutes adhoc committee of Winter Games Federation of India : WGAJK
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JAMMU, Jun 18: In order to promote and develop Snow Sports, particularly Alpine Ski, Nordic Ski and Snowboarding etc. in India, the Indian Olympic Association has constituted an Adhoc Committee for Winter Games Federation of India. The Adhoc Committee is holding an exclusive session with top office bearers of five North Indian states including J&K, HP, Uttrakhand, Delhi and Punjab on 20th of this month at New Delhi. Three office bearers of Winter Games Association of J&K, Abbas Wani, President/MLA Gulmarg; Muhammad Yusuf, General Secretary and Shabir Wani former Vice-President WGFI have been invited by the IOA to attend the exclusive discussions. For some time there has been internal bickering in the WGFI and many other constitutional crises took place which led the Ministry of Youth ...
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JKCA Premier Championship -2018
Bedi Club rout Guntrian Club by 6 wkts
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JAMMU, Jun 18: Bedi Club routed Guntrian Cricket Club by 6 wickets in the JKCA Premier Championship being played at Sports Stadium, Poonch. Guntrian Cricket Club won toss and decided to bat first , set a total 146 runs in 24.4 overs. Javid 42, Jahangir 25 and Ajaz 17 were the main scorers . For Bedi Club, Shimpu and Inderpal share three wickets each. Dawan got two wickets Bedi Club chased the required 147 runs for loss of 4 wickets in 19.4 overs, Mintu 62, Sunny 23* and Banu 21 were the main scorers . Mustaq got two wickets. Bedi Club won the match by 06 wickets. Rajneesh Maini and Vikas Sharma were the officials. In other match, Amjad Club defeated Aryan Cricket Club by 03 wickets. ...
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TFI congratulates JKTA for results at International Level
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JAMMU, Jun 18: The Lone Para Asian Gold Medallist from J&K Chandeep Singh and his Coach and International Player and Referee Atul Pangotra were given a warm welcome at M A Stadium by the Players VAOT and AITA at MA Stadium Jammu. On this occasion President J&K Taekwondo Association DN Pangotra, General Secretary Jagjit Singh and Organizing Secretary Anuj Sharma along with other office bearers were also present on this occasion. They appreciated the performance of Chandeep Singh who was earlier a player of Skating and within few months, under the training and guidance of International Player and Coach Atul Pangotra was able to clinch Gold and Bronze medal in Asian Para Taekwondo Championship held at Vietnam. While talking to media Chandeep Singh told that all his efforts came from the t...
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VC JU felicitates Boxers
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JAMMU, Jun 18: Prof RD Sharma, Vice-Chancellor University of Jammu today felicitated the boxers of the University of Jammu Boxing Academy namely Yogesh Sharma (52 kgs), Rubal Manhas ( 56 kgs) and Hritik Pandita (75 kgs) who participated in the 4th National Championship organized by the Indu Shree Organisation India from June 14 to June 16,2018 at Mapusa (Goa) and won the Gold and Silver medals respectively. Dr Daud Iqbal Baba, Director Sports & Physical Education, University of Jammu was also present on the occasion. On the basis of performance, Yogesh Sharma has been selected for further participation in an International competition to be held at Bangkok. Prof Sharma congratulated the boxers for their excellent performance and appreciated the efforts of the Director, Directo...
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Rehbar-e-Khel interview postponed
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PULWAMA, Jun 18: According to the Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Ghulam Mohammad Dar (Chairman District Level Selection Committee), the interview of all the applicants who have applied for the Rehbar-e-Khel positions in the District Pulwama, which was scheduled to be held from 19th June to 25th June 18, 2018 is hereby postponed. Next date for the interview will be notified separately....
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J&K Police to host week-long cricket tourney on IPL format from Sep 2
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JAMMU, Jun 18: Budding cricketers from the state are surely going to have fun time besides moments to get more professional and experienced as the Jammu and Kashmir Police is all set to host a week-long cricket tournament on the pattern of Indian Premier League (IPL) here from 2nd September. The tournament has been named as Police-Public Cricket Premier League (PPCPL), and will begin from September 2 and conclude on 9th September. ''The PPCPL is to be played on IPL pattern in Under-16 Boys category,'' Rajesh Gill, Organising Secretary of the Tournament told. He added that Inspector General of Police, Jammu Zone S D Singh Jamwal, is the chairman of the PPCPL and he is reviewing arrangements time to time. ''There will be eight owners in the PPCPL and each team can be purchased at the co...
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Match referee was not consulted when umpires forfeited Oval Test
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MUMBAI, Jun 18: ICC's Indian match-referee Javagal Srinath was in extensive talks with the Sri Lankan team management at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia, where the visiting captain Dinesh Chandimal is charged for the ball tampering. Unlike in England in 2006 (Oval Test), where the Pakistan team was not given such a long grace period of 2 hours, Srinath gave 2 hours time to the Sri Lankans to take field. Mike Procter, the match-referee then, has revealed that he was not consulted by the umpires to forfeit and award the match to England. Speaking exclusively over telephone from Boise, Idaho (USA), where Procter is holidaying at his daughter and grand kids place, he said, "during the England / Pakistan Test match I was not consulted and I was in the Pakistan ...
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Blood stained syringes; empty vials inside MA Stadium’s washroom raise eyebrows
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JAMMU, Jun 17: Although the State Sports Council is making all out efforts to give wings to the sports culture and the Ministry of Home Affairs has also sanctioned Rs 14.30 crore for giving push to the sports in the state, unfortunately, many eyebrows have been raised after a heap of blood stained syringes and empty vials were found lying abandoned near the washroom of the Indoor Complex of M A Stadium here. The recovery of empty vials and syringes, few of them blood stained, abandoned behind the washroom of the Indoor Complex and on the ventilators inside the Maulana Azad Stadium, have raised question mark on the functioning of the department as well. The pictures syringes and empty vials littered inside the premises of the stadium under the very nose of concerned authorities. “The r...
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Protocol not followed: Sri Lankan team manager shoots letter to the ICC
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MUMBAI, Jun 17 Sri Lankan team's strong team manager Asanka Gurusinha has written a letter to the ICC describing the position under which his team didn't turn up for few hours to take field on the third day of the ongoing Test match against West Indies at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia. This was revealed by Kamal Pathamasiri, the one man Competent Authority, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) board. "We have not involved our coach (Chandika Hathurusinghe but have advised Gurusinha to write a letter to the ICC explaining the situation what happened on the third morning of the Test and awaiting ICC's response in the matter". The contents of the letter was not known but it is likely that Gurusinha has pointed out that no protocol was observed by the umpires whi...
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Ishaq Ahmed lifts Panj Grain dangal Title-2018
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JAMMU, Jun 16: Ishaq Ahmed (Lallu) of J&K Police defeated Wrestler Farzad Chahremany of Iran and lifted 51st Panj Grain (Nagrota) Dangal Title 2018. The Dangal was organized by Panj Grain Dangal Committee in collaboration with J&K Indian Style Wrestling Association at Village Panj Grain in Block Nagrota of Jammu District. Dangal was witnessed by a large gathering from Jammu, Udhampur and Reasi Districts. The first malli bout wrestler Ishaq Ahmed (Lallu) was awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 by Joint Secretary J&K State Sports Council Shiv Kumar Sharma, President Panj Grain Dangal Committee Tharu Ram and DSP Nagrota YS Slathia, while runner-up wrestler Farzad Chahremany got Rs. 11,000 by SHO Nagrota R.S Manhas, contractor Railway Sushil Kumar and Numberdar Chanchal Singh. 48 bout...
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JKCA Premier Championship-2018
K C Cricket Club defeats Laxmi Club by 8 wkts
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JAMMU, Jun 16: K C Cricket Club defeated Laxmi Cricket Club by eight wickets in the second semifinal match of the JKCA Premier Championship being played at Hostel Ground, GGM Science College, Jammu. Laxmi Cricket Club won toss and decided to bat first, made small total of 74 in 22 overs. Amandeep Singh 26, Pardeep Bali 18 and Anuj 16 were main scorers. For KCC Soumay Jain took three wickets while Ram Dayal, Manik Gupta and Jatin Wadhwan 2 each. Batting second, KC Cricket Club chased the required total after losing its two wickets. Jatin Wadhwan made 39 and Raman Thaploo remained unbeaten at 14* . Bharti and Govid from Laxmi took one wicket each. KC Cricket club won the match by 08 wickets. Soumay Jain of K C Cricket club was named as Man of the Match. Ashok Singh,...
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Taekwondo most liked game in Kargil: Haji Anayat Ali
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KARGIL, Jun 16: Taekwondo has emerged as the most liked game in Kargil which has given many national and international players like Ali Baghi and Tashi Tundup. This was stated by the Chairman J&K Legislative Council, Haji Anayat Ali on the closing ceremony of 1st Advance Poomsae Training Camp at Syed Mehdi Memorial Auditorium Hall in Kargil. The camp was organised by Kargil Taekwondo Association under the ageis of J&K Taekwondo Association which was by conducted by International Player Tashi Tundup and attended by 30 players. Appreciating the efforts of Kargil Taekwondo Association, Haji Anayat Ali has assured all possible help for the association in future. He further said that the issue of creation of District Sports Council at Kargil, would be soon taken up with concerned authority...
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Vasudevan heads Volleyball Federation of India
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JAMMU, Jun 16: S. Vasudevan, a leading entrepreneur of South India, sports lover in general and volleyball in particular, has assumed the charge of President of Volleyball Federation of India (VFI) till 2021, an apex body for promotion of volleyball in India and abroad in a function held at Chennai. After two years of skirmish in litigations, Delhi High Court in its landmark judgment has upheld the appointment Vasudevan as President Volleyball Federation of India quashing thereof the appointment of haudhary Avadhesh Kumar as President as per elections held on April 11, 2016 at Chennai under the supervision of Arbitrator K Chandroo (Retd. Judge) of Madras High Court. In light of Delhi High Court decision now all is set to streamline the functioning of VFI which was being hampered with ...
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