Wednesday, July 9, 2003, Chandigarh, India


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Workshop on gynaecology held
Our Correspondent

Rewari, July 8
A workshop for complicated cases of pregnancy and gynaecology was held under the auspices of the Rewari Obstetric and Gynaecological Society (ROGS) at Dr Saxena Nursing Home here on July 6.

Dr Mitra Saxena and Dr Ruchi Saxena conducted the workshop in which 20 such patients from Rewari, Kanina, Kosli, Dharuhera and Bhiwadi were analytically examined through Colour Doppler ultra sound by Dr Kuldip Singh, a noted ultrasonologist of Delhi.

Members of ROGS and several other ultrasonologists and physicians of Rewari district, who attended the workshop, raised specific queries which were explained and answered by Dr Kuldip Singh through video conferencing.

He also highlighted special characteristics of level ii (two) ultrasound and Colour Doppler for the benefits of the participating doctors.

Dr B.M. Kapoor, chief medical officer of Rewari, complimented Dr Tara Saxena, president of ROGS and her colleagues on organising the workshop which had benefited poor patients and also enlightened the doctors.



Rotary reaffirms mission to banish polio
Tribune News Service

Panipat, July 8
A past Rotary District Governor, Mr Deepak Kapur, reiterated the Rotary’s mission to eradicate polio in the country. Speaking at the installation ceremony of Mr Naveen Gulati, new president of the Rotary Club (Mid Town) here, Mr Kapur said that so far 87 cases of polio had been reported. What was disturbing was the fact that the cases had been reported from new areas like Karnataka and Assam.

Mr Gulati said during the next year, the priority of the club would be voluntary blood donation. On the occasion, the club’ action plan was chalked out that included donation of wheel-chairs to the physically challenged, free books to the poor students and streetlights to the Municipal. Council.

Past District Governors Ranjit Bhatia, Yoginder Diwan and Devinder Kalra and District Governor-Elect Parmod Vij were also present on the occasion.



Chaudhary Devi Lal Gold Cup Wrestling in 
national Capital 

New Delhi, July 8
The Chaudhary Devi Lal Gold Cup International Free Style Wrestling Tournament will be held at the Ganga Public School in Delhi from September 24 to 26. The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) announced in Delhi on Tuesday that competitions will be held in four weight categories—55kg, 60kg, 66kg and 120kg.

The WFI said the international wrestling federation (FILA) has granted sanction to hold the tournament, and a referee has been nominated to inspect the venue of the tournament. The WFI said 16 countries, including the United States, Canada, Mongolia, Japan, Kajakistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Turkey, UK, Korea, Bangladesh and Qatar, will be invited to participate in the tournament. The WFI executive, which met in Delhi on Tuesday, has decided to hold an international free style police wrestling championship in January next year as part of the country’s preparation for the Olympic Games in Athens, 2004.

A five-member monitoring committee—Vipin Kumar, Dhara Singh, Sukhbir Singh, Ch. Swaroop Singh and Sudeshh—has been constituted to oversee the coaching and training programmes of the Indian wrestling teams, both male and female. This committee will also ensure that the wrestlers are provided proper diet to keep them in good health.

The WFI has also received a shot in the arm as Nalco and CII have agreed to sponsor the specialised training costs of Ramesh Kumar (66kg), Palwinder Cheema (120kg) and Mukesh Khatri (58kg).

The Indian female wrestlers , who participated in the Commonwealth Championship held at Canada from July 4 to 6, put up a spectacular show. The WFI has decided to attach a sports psychologist with the Indian team. OSR



Sonnet Club lift R C Sharma Memorial cricket trophy
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, July 8
Sonnet Club defeated Lal Bahadur Shastri Club by 48 runs to lift the inaugural R C Sharma Memorial Under-15 Cricket Tournament at the Bharat Nagar ground.
Vishu Tomar, who played an all-round role, was adjudged the man of the match while Lov Sehrawat was named the best batsman of the tournament. Vipin Malhotra won the best bowler award while Yogesh Nagar was adjudged the man of the series. Friends Club was declared the best disciplined team.

Scores: Sonnet Club: 194 for 7 in 40 overs (Yogesh Nagar 52, Karan Rai 44, Roshil Bhaskar 29, Vishu Tomar 28, Vipin Malhotra 3 for 53).

Shastri Club: 146 all out in 30.2 overs (Vipin Malhotra 46, Jaladh Dua 32, Siddarth Sharma 30, Vishu Tomar 3 for 21, Mayank Aggarwal 3 for 37, Rushil Bhaskar 2 for 25).

Dogra Academy win

An all-round display by Ansul Lamba (54 and 3 for 25) and deadly bowling by Ritesh Joshi (3 for 12) helped East Point Sumeet Dogra Academy defeat R P Academy by 37 runs in a league match of the 5th BDM Moonways Under-19 Cricket Tournament at the Gargi College ground.

Scores: Dogra Academy: 204 all out in 40 overs (Ansul Lamba 54, Saurav Srivastava 49, Sachin Rana 3 for 34, Tarun Dutta 2 for 27, Arshad Massi 2 for 46).

R P Academy 167 all out in 36.5 overs (Rajesh Kumar 67, Sachin Rana 51, Ritesh Joshi 3 for 12, Hitesh Tyagi 3 for 28, Ansul Lamba 3 for 25).



Jagjeevanjit Singh slams century
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, July 8
A dashing century by Jagjeevanjit Singh, who cracked 102 with the aid of 12 boundaries and two sixes, and deadly bowling by Sanjeev Kumar (4 for 19), enabled Guru Harkrishan Public School beat Modern Public School by 12 runs and enter the semi-final of the first Modern Child Cricket Tournament at the Punjabi Bagh ground.
Jagjeevanjit was adjudged the man of the match.

Scores: Guru Harkrishan Public School: 190 for 3 in 30 overs (Jagjeevanjit Singh 102, K S Rana 42).

Modern Child School: 178 for 7 in 30 overs (Sanjay Singh 54, Sanjeev Kumar 4 for 19).

Ravindra School win

An all-round display by Varun Kumar (41 and 5 for 24) and a spitfire knock of 43 by Subham helped Ravindra Public School beat DAV Shalimarbagh by 18 runs in the ASPM Under-13 Summer Cricket League at the SPM ground.

Scores: Ravindra School: 147 for 5 in 30 overs (Ashish 31, Varun 41, Subham 43, Sandeep 3 for 20, Ankit Dhabas 3 for 22).

DAV Shalimarbagh: 129 all out in 24.4 overs (Aman Jain 45, Abhishek Gupta 35, Varun Kumar 5 for 24).



R P Academy annex cricket title
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, July 8
Devastating bowling displays by Harjinder Singh (3 for 19), Puneet Walia (2 for 18) and Raghav Rawal (2 for 18) helped R P Academy beat Sonnet by seven runs to annex the fourth Peacock Cricket Tournament at the Gargi College ground.

Sidharth Sharma was adjudged the best batsman while Harjinder Singh earned the best bowler award. Sameer Gupta was declared the best all-rounder.

Scores: R P Academy: 105 for 7 in 25 overs (Vaibhav 33, Mukul 41, Rahul 22, Ayush Tanwar 2 for 11, Manan Sharma 2 for 18).

Sonnet Club: 97 for 8 in 25 overs (Sidharth Sharma 25, Manan Sharma 30, Ankush 25, Harjinder Singh 3 for 19, Puneet 2 for 18, Raghav Kakad 3 for 18).



Joel Trinidad hattrick in Manan cricket 
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, July 8
Joel Trinidad performed a hattrick to claim three wickets for 30 runs and helped J D Tytler School beat Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan by seven wickets in the Manan Chopra Memorial Under-17 Cricket Tournament.

Scores: Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan: 138 for 9 in 30 overs (Robin Bisth 37, Siddarth Sahani 36, Rishi Bhardwaj 30, Rahul Bhardwaj 3 for 23, Joel Trinidad 3 for 30). J D Tytler School: 139 for 3 in 21.2 overs (Rajat Mehra 54, Akash Kumar 44, Joel Trinidad 30 n.o, Rishi Bhardwaj 3 for 34). 


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