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All India 13th Gufran T20 Cricket 2017
Youth Cricket Club Bhaderwah register win in 13th Gufran C'ship
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JAMMU, July 20: Youth Cricket Club Bhaderwah registered resounding victory against Usman Cricket Club Bhaderwah by 06 wickets and advanced into the next stage of the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017, being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The tournament is being organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda and sponsored by Rashtriya Rifles Unit Doda. Earlier Batting first, UCC Bhaderwah made 126 runs for the loss of 07 wickets in alloted 15 overs game. Ashfaq Khan was the highest scorer who scored 27 runs while Yasir Ahmed scored 20 runs. From YCC Bhaderwah, Rithik scalped 02 wickets while Yasir Shah, Irfan and Yasir Rather shared 01 wicket each. In reply, YCC Bhaderwah managed to chase the given target in 13.1 overs for the loss of 04 wickets. Mudassir ...
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Father is proud to be having triplets playing together and creating the history
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MUMBAI, July 20: Pakistan-born cricketer Zulfiqar Ahmed is a proud father in Netherlands. His triplets played a match against UAE on Monday and the history was created at the VRA cricket ground in Amstelveen. It was the first time ever in the history of international cricket that three brothers, let alone triplets, had represented the same team. After losing the first match, the history was not repeated as Sikander had a small niggle and could not participate in the second match on Wednesday. The three sons, Sadiq (all rounder-top order batsman and googly bowler, captain of A team, also led the side at Under-12,13,15,17 and 19 teams), Asad (all rounder- top order batsman and off-spinner) and Sikander Zulfiqar (also all-rounder, hard hitting batsman and medium pace bowler) were each ...
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Goenkans qualify for belt grading test
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JAMMU, July 20: 27 Students of GD Goenka Public School, Jammu qualified belt grading test which was conducted under the supervision of karate coach Abhijeet Singh Chib (Black belt 2nd Dan) All certificates issued by Seiko Kai Karate Do India, approved by Karate Association of India. Belt qualified students that received Yellow belt include Sanidhya Sharma, Tushar Kilam, Vaibhav Mehta, Kohinoor Kaur, Ashok Singh, Arya Razdan, Mayas Jain, Ashmit Bakshi, Akash Bali, Yashas Dev, Sanandan Gandotra, Sparsh Mahajan, Pragyan Jain, Swarit Mahajan. Belt qualified students that received Gold belt included Chaitanya Sharma, Vatsal Gandotra, Janhavi bhushan, Shreyank Sharma. Belt qualified students that received Green belt included Mumukshu Pratap ,Harshit Kohli Belt qualified students that recei...
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Yasir Shirazi Memorial Volleyball tourney from July 24
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JAMMU, July 19: JK Hussaini Sports Club in collaboration with Directorate of Physical Education and Sports, University of Kashmir is organising 2nd Edition of Late Yasir Shirazi Memorial Volleyball Tournament which will commence from July 24 at Volleyball court Kashmir University Ground. Team interested to take part in the competition shall come at its working office Hotel Al-Reza Saida Kadal opposite Kashmir Tibia College. We are hoping good this tournament will be more successful than precious year and InshaAllah we will continue with our sports activities for its promotion and development said Ahsan Ali (General Secretary JKHSC) For further information please feel comfortable to call on 9796503348, 9419466424 & 9906591862....
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JKCA ‘wash your hands of’ Ansari, Mehboob, Rouf
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JAMMU, July 19: In a dramatic move, the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) has distanced itself from powerful individuals and veterans in the Association, the trio of Minister for Sports, Imran Raza Ansari, former bureaucrat, Mehboob Iqbal and Abdul Rouf. Till recently, all these persons were holding important positions in the ‘controversial’ sports body in the state. While Imran Ansari was president his party leader and ex-J&K skipper, Mehboob Iqbal was chairman of the cricket body in the state. Another senior office bearer having long association with JKCA, Abdul Rouf was holding the post of treasurer. The sensational revelations have been made by the JKCA in its list of office bearers submitted with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), recently. Among the nam...
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All India 13th Gufran T20 Cricket 2017
Ahmedabad drive in cricket club Gujarat register emphatic win
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DODA, July 19: Ahmedabad Drive In Cricket Club Gujarat (ADICCG) registered resounding victory against United Cricket Club Poonch (UCCP) by 42 runs and advanced into the next stage of the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017, being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The tournament is being organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda and sponsored by Rashtriya Rifles Unit Doda. Earlier Batting first, ADICC Gujarat made 170 runs for the loss of 07 wickets in alloted 15 overs game. Prem Thakur played a splendid inning of 82 runs from 45 balls for his team, while Jaydev Parmar contributed 35 runs. From UCC Poonch, Anayat Hussain and Imran Malik scalped 03 and 02 wickets respectively. In reply, UCC Poonch team could not managed to chase the given target and scored o...
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DYSS condoles demise of Raju Singh
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JAMMU, July 19: The employees of Directorate of Youth Services & Sports Department gathered in the meeting hall of the Directorate to condole sad demise of one of their colleague Raju Singh. The Directorate employees In the presence of Deputy Director Central Haji Mirza Hussain highlighted Raju’s obedience as an employee. Raju Singh breathed his last after a brief illness; he is survived by wife, mother and two kids. While highlighting the obedience of Raju as an employee, Haji Aijaz, Section Officer stated that he always found Raju very loyal towards his duty and his friendly approach of taking bigger tasks with smile had made him friendly with all. In-charge Publicity in the Directorate of Youth Services & Sports Azhar Hajini said that “i am shocked and saddened to hear about the de...
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Rangana Herath obsessed with first over wicket
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MUMBAI, July 19: Sri Lanka's slow left-arm orthodox spinner Rangana Herath has achieved the mastery in grabbing the first wicket in his very first over in Tests matches. Except him no other spinner has struck in his first over more than 15 times in his last 10 years of Test cricket. "Oh, is it so ? I never knew this...", he responded when this feat was brought to his notice by the Reporter. Zimbabwe's Regis Chakabva was his last victim to be out in Herath's first over in the just concluded Test match at Colombo. Interestingly, the Zimbabwean opener was again Herath's victim off the first ball of Herath's second over in the second innings. "There is no secret as such in achieving this (early breakthrough). It is only due to my sheer dedication, control over the ball and pitching i...
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Dushyant re-elected as president of wresting body
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JAMMU, July 17 : Jammu and Kashmir Wrestling Association has retained Dushyant Sharma as president of the Association for the next term of four years in an election meeting held here on Sunday. Ajay Vaid has been retained to the post of general secretary while Raju Sharma has been treasurer of the Association by the members. Earlier, the election held under the supervision of Wrestling Federation of India, V N Prasood were present as observers. Dushant Sharma assured the members and other visiting guests that efforts would made to improve the game of wrestling in J&K. Sharma asked president of the Wrestling Federation to allot the 2018 Senior Nationals to J&K. He promised that J&K Wrestling Association shall left no stone unturned to promote the game by focusing more on young talent...
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Graeme Cremer prefers longer tours
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MUMBAI, July 17: Zimbabwean skipper Graeme Cremer wants to pick Virat Kohli's brain. Zimbabwe team's Sri Lankan tour ends on Tuesday and the boys are to return home the next day. Virat Kohli's team is soon scheduled to land in Sri Lanka. "Will probably try and pick Kohli's brain on playing spin and how he goes about his game...", the skipper Cremer, speaking exclusively to this reporter, said when asked what would he discuss with Kohli if both cross path at the airport or in a hotel lobby (Team India is also scheduled to stay at hotel MovenPick and not at Taj Samudra). Cremer's boys fought tremendously to score 377 runs (lead 387 runs). At one stage in the second innings they were 4-23 and 5-59. "I thought we were in trouble at those scores but I also knew we still had a lot of ba...
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Surat Club Gujarat registers emphatic win against Everest Club Bhalessa
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JAMMU, July 17: Surat Cricket Club Gujarat registered resounding victory against Everest Cricket Club Bhalessa by 04 wickets and advanced into the next stage of the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017, being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The tournament is being organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda and sponsored by Rashtriya Rifles Unit Doda. Batting first, Everest Cricket Club Bhalessa made 158 runs for the loss of 06 wickets in alloted 20 overs game. Rayees played a splendid inning of 68 runs for his team, while Ishtiaq Rasool contributed 33 runs. From Everest Cricket Club Bhalessa, Mubarak Patel scalped 02 wickets while Hussain Patel, Luqman Patel and Tosif Thukar shared 01 wicket each. In reply, after getting good start from the opening batsman...
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Volleyball referee clinic concludes
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JAMMU, July 17: Three-day Volleyball Referee Clinic-Cum-Refresher Course organized by Volleyball Association of J&K for the first time in J&K State concluded at JK Public School Kunjwani Jammu today. In all over 50 trainers male,female drawn from all the districts of Jammu division mostly Physical Education teacher of Department of Youth Services and Sports B.Ped, M.Ped Students from University of Jammu participated in theory, practice classes to update their skills,reflexes, competitive morale as per latest rules and regulations of Volleyball Federation of India (VFI) which is the apex body in promotion of volleyball game in India and abroad. Rameshwar Singh Chauhan an international volleyball referee from Himachal Pradesh, has worked hard in imparting training by exploiting all latest...
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National level wrestling competition on Aug 20
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JAMMU, July 16: Choudhary Lal Singh, Minister for Forest, Environment/Ecology and President of Jammu and Kashmir wrestling Association today announced to organize national level wrestling competition on August 20 at MA Stadium, Jammu in Olympic style and Indian Style Wrestling. Bouts in each style in all weight categories shall be organized by Jammu and Kashmir Wrestling Association in collaboration with J&K State Sports Council. The winner of first bout will get 1,11000. While second 75000, third 50000, the fourth 31000 and Fifth 21000 besides three bouts amounting to Rs 11000 each shall be conducted in each style,disclosed newly elected President of J&K Wrestling Association who threw light on the rich cultural heritage of wrestling of which religious scriptures speaks volumes. ...
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Combine Cricket Club Doda crushes Natnoo Cricket Club
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DODA, July 16: Combine Cricket Club Doda crushed Natnoo Cricket Club by 28 runs and advanced into the next stage of the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017, being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The tournament is being organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda and sponsored by Rashtriya Rifles Unit Doda. Batting first, Combine Cricket Club Doda made 168 runs for the loss of 03 wickets in alloted 16 overs game. Ved Parkash played a splendid inning of 78 runs for his team, while Ashok Sharma made 25 runs. From Natnoo Cricket Club team, Bilal Natnoo, Kewal Kotwal and Vinay Manhas shared 01 wicket each. In the second inning, Natnoo Cricket Club team could not chashed the given target and score only 140 runs for the loss of 08 wickets in 16 overs. Sunny Parih...
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Sports activity in state a major boost: Imran
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SRINAGAR, July 16: Appreciating the role of sports department, Minister for Youth Services & Sports Molvi Imran Raza said that government is making all efforts to promote sports activities in the State by providing requisite facilities to the youth. Ansari said that the requisite sports facilities to the youth would provide opportunities to them for honing their talents. He said that the major sports activities including football and cricket will be started at district levels to boost the talent of youth. “. Organizing tournaments is aimed to boost the talent and encourage the youth. The youngsters should participate in these tournaments so that their talent can be furnished,” he said. Ansari said that the selected candidates will represent the State and the government will adopt those...
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Kargil International Marathon concludes
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KARGIL, July 16: The first ever Kargil International Marathon 'Run for Sarhad' concluded with more than 800 runners from all over the world participating in the event. People of all ages participated in the 160, 120, 60, 40, 20 and 10 km race. The marathon started from Tourist Facilitation Centre (TFC) Kargil and concluded at the same venue covering Drass War Memorial, Kaksar Harka Bahadur and much more. Divyang students of Munshi Habibullah School also participated in the marathon. Major DP Singh, the first blade runner of India, also participated in the marathon. J&K Legislative Council chairman Haji Anayat Ali, minister for defence Dr Subash Ram Rao, J&K minister for public works Nayeem Akhtar, LAHDC CEC Kargil Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan, director tourism and army and civil officials wer...
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We miss you dad, say Rajeshwari Gayakwad's sisters
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MUMBAI, July 16: Rajeshwari Gayakwad's family members in Bijapur (Karnataka) and Bangalore have the biggest regret that the best performance of their 26-year-old Indian spinner was not witnessed by the head of the family. Shivanand Gayakwad, the father of Rajeshwari, is no more. "Her dad was a force behind our children's sporing career. Sadly he did not live to watch her best performance yesterday", Rajeshwari's mother (Savithri), speaking exclusively from her Bijapur home, where she watched the match with her two sons (Kashinath and Vishwanath), said. Rajeshwari, with her slow left-arm orthodox spin bowling, mesmerized the New Zealand batsmen and grabbed five wickets in her maiden match on tour and the Women's World Cup. Interestingly, Gayakwad family's all siblings are sports per...
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MA Stadium in a deplorable condition owing to negligence
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JAMMU, July 15: Maulana Azad Stadium, named after one of the freedom fighters, is one of the home grounds of Jammu and Kashmir. It has always been the center stage for enhancing the sporting culture of Jammu. But with the disappointing conditions and poor maintenance of the stadium, its situation is deteriorating with time. As a regular evening walker, while walking around the stadium, it felt as shabby as there are plenty of weed grown over there and no appropriate measures are taken till date. These particular patches of unwanted plants provide a comfortable dwelling place to numerous insects and the bad odor around this place makes the walk even more uncomfortable. Walkers, joggers, runners, players, etc. feel disgusted while crossing that area. Thus, the negligence by the administra...
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Volleyball Referee Clinic inaugurated
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JAMMU, Jul 15: Three-day Volleyball Referee Clinic-cum-Refresher Course inaugurated at MA Stadium, here on Saturday. Organized by Volleyball Association of J&K first of its kind in the State in which over 50 PETs, PEMs and Physical Education Lecturers serving in Department of Youth Services and Sports/students of B.PEd/ M.PEd/ senior volleyball players of the State are undergoing the course. Sukh Dev Singh, Assistant Director from Department of Youth Services Sports, speaking on behalf of the deptt, hailed the activity of Volleyball Association of J&K (VAJK) for taking in hand the course for updating the skills of the participants for smooth conduct of various championships as per latest rules and of VFI which is the apex body for conducting various national and international volleybal...
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10 women climbers selected 2nd Women NZ Championship
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JAMMU, July 15: Mountaineering Association of J&K has selected 10 women climbers for participation in the 2nd Women North Zone Sport Climbing Championship scheduled to be organized at Indian Mountaineering Foundation from July 23 to 24. Earlier, the Association had selected 16 climbers of the state on the basis of trials conducted at Sprawling Buds School, Bantalab, Jammu. A 14 days coaching cum selection camp was organized by the Association for these climbers at Sprawling Buds School, Jammu which concluded on July 14,2017 and finally 10 member team was selected for the Zonal competition after screening by the J&K State Sports Council. Those present at the time of selection of the team included Ravi Singh, Divisional Sports Officer (J), J&K State Sports Council, Ram Khajuria, General...
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Media XI Jammu beat Media Eleven Doda in exhibition tie
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DODA, July 15: In the one day exhibition cum friendly cricket match played in memory of Late Mehboob Hassan Kraipak (Manager Young Star Cricket Club Doda), Media XI Jammu crushed Media Eleven Doda by 62 runs in the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017 being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The exhibition match was organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda. The Media team from Jammu was led by Captain Mir Imran of Greater Kashmir/Kashmir Uzma where as Media Team from Doda was led by Captain Syed Riaz Ahmed of ETV Urdu/Chenab TV. Earlier Media XI Jammu after winning the toss elected to bat first. While batting, Media Eleven Jamnu set a huge target of 211 runs for the loss of 07 wickets in alloted 20 overs game. Sunil Bali was the highest scorer from Media El...
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All India 13th Gufran T20 Cricket 2017
Green Shaheen Doda crushes Balhera Cricket Academy Haryana
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JAMMU, July 14: Green Shaheen Doda crushed Balhera Cricket Academy Haryana by 205 runs and advance into the next round of the ongoing All India 13th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship 2017, being played at Sports Stadium Doda. The tournament is being organized by Young Star Cricket Club Doda and sponsored by Rashtriya Rifles Unit Doda. Batting first, Green Shaheen Doda made 247 runs for the loss of 03 wickets in alloted 15 overs. Abid Nabi played a splendid inning of 105 runs for his team, while Asrar made 63 runs. From BCA Haryana side, Anirudh and Ashok Atri scalped 02 and 01 wicket respectively. In the second inning, Balhera Cricket Academy Haryana team could not chashed the given target and score only 42 runs for the loss of all their wickets in 09 overs. Kamal Sharma was the...
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Director Sports oversees arrangements for MXIM seminar
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JAMMU, July 14: In order to take stock of the arrangements for scheduled Mission XI Million Seminar cum Workshop, Director Youth Services & Sports Shiekh Fayaz Ahmad chaired an important meeting in his office chamber here. The event is being organized by All India Football Federation with the support of Department of Youth Services & Sports at Indoor Stadium Srinagar on 18th July. The meeting was attended by Joint Director YS&S (Kashmir) Bashir Ahmed, Deputy Director (Central) Haji Mirza Hussain, District Youth Services & Sports Officer Srinagar Muzaffar Ahmed Tramboo, Treasurer All India Football Federation Zameer Thakur, Cultural Officer Department of School Education G N Shakir, and other senior officials of J&K Sports Council and Directorate of Youth Services & Sports. While throw...
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Self defence camp for girls at Indoor stadium continues
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JAMMU, July 14: In order to promote sports in the state, Jammu and Kashmir State Sports Council organised seven days defence camp including one day for competitions at indoor Sports Stadium. More than 300 girl students from age group of 4 years to above 18 are being trained at the camp. They are getting trained under the supervision of Taekwondo coaches Mansha Bashir and Sheikh Muzaffar. Secretary Sports Council, Waheed Ur Rehman Parra said that in the present scenario, it is important for everyone to get training of self defense. He further added that more camps of self defence for girls will continue in future also. During the commencement of the championship, the students showed great interest and desire for the camp. They said that it is the dedication that will lead us to strength...
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Graham Ford following Sri Lankan cricket very closely: "I still have a burning desire to coach (any team)"
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MUMBAI, July 14: Apparently Graham Ford, in his house in Durban (South Africa) has been watching on TV the recent matches being played by the Sri Lankan team against the Zimbabweans. He will also watch the performance of the Sri Lankan players during India's tour of the Island commencing later this month. Speaking exclusively to this Reporter first time after returning from Sri Lanka, the ex-coach says, "I can say yes, I do follow Sri Lanka cricket very closely". Ford had reportedly relinquished his job as Head Coach before the expiry of his contract owing to the difference of opinion with the SLC management. Though Ford has played only seven First Class matches in his home-country, the 56-year-old Ford is considered to be the better coach and had one more stint with the Sri Lankan pl...
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