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Camp to detect asymptomatic ailments
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, January 30
India’s first urology institute, RG Stone is organising a free Consultancy and Investigation Camp on February 1, 2004 at its South Delhi hospital situated at F-12, East of Kailash. The motive behind this camp is to detect—asymptomatic diseases like urinary stone, gall bladder stone, enlarge prostate and cancer prostate..

This camp is targeted at South Delhi and Gurgaon citizens. The camp will be inaugurated by the Minister of Health (NCR), Mr Yogender Shastri, at 11 am on February 1, 2004. The camp will be on from 9 am to 4 pm.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Hanish Bansal, the Executive Director, RG Stone said, “The main aim of organising such a camp is to help in early diagnostics,

create awareness about such asymptomatic diseases, and to stress regular check-ups. The consultancy and investigation provided to each patient will be worth Rs 2,000. A budget of Rs 5,00,000 has been kept for this camp, making it to expect at least 200 patients on the day of the camp.”


Delhi eves beat Punjab, lift title
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, January 30
A delightful knock of 62 by Asha Rawat and deadly bowling of 4 for 9 by Amita Sharma helped Delhi trounce Punjab by 13 runs and lift the B S Sharma Memorial Northern Inter-State Women’s Cricket Tournament at the PGDAV College ground on Thursday.

Scores: Delhi: 177 for 9 in 40 overs (Asha Rawat 62, Meetu Tanwar 27, Rajvinder Kaur 2 for 22, Anuradha 2 for 48, Gaganpreet Kaur 2 for 37).

Punjab: 164 all out in 39.2 overs (Gurdeep Kaur 58, Anuradha 34, Rajwinder Kaur 32, Amita Sharma 4 for 9, Reema Malhotra 2 for 37, Lalita Sharma 2 for 4).

Soni shines in LIC’s victory

An all-round display by Praveen Kumar Soni, who claimed 5 for 20 and 64, helped Life Insurance Corporation defeat Lal Bahadur Shastri Coaching Centre by seven wickets in an A-II Division match of the DDCA League at the Yamuna Sports Complex I ground.

In another match played at an adjacent ground, Delhi Telecom and Shahdara Sports were locked in a tied match.

Scores: Lal Bahadur Shastri Club: 127 all out in 33.5 overs (Rakesh Kari 32, Dalbir Singh 26, P K Soni 5 for 20).

LIC: 128 for 3 in 27 overs (P K Soni 64, Raghubir Singh 39).

Delhi Telecom: 177 for 8 in 30 overs (Sanjeev Khanna 74, V K Mishra 28, Rajesh Kumar 4 for 19, Arshad Masih 2 for 20).

Shahdara Sports: 177 for 7 in 30 overs (Rajesh Kumar 38, Pankaj Kohli 50, Vineet Kapoor 2 for 35, Yashpal Singh 2 for 47).

GE Capital win

GE Capital defeated RAMS by 14 runs in the 11th Teri Cup Cricket Tournament at the Teri Oval.

Scores: GE Capital: 212 for 4 in 25 overs (Prakhar Singhal 97, Arjit 51 n o, Joginder Singh 29). RAMS: 198 for 7 in 25 overs (Kamal Bhaskar 89, Shiv 28, Rodney Charles 3 for 43, Gaurav 2 for 35). Prakhar Singhal was named the man of the match.


Wilkin Victor puts Delhi in command
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, January 30
Fiery bowling spells of 4 for 46 by Wilkin Victor, 2 for 28 by Abhishek Chaudhary and 2 for 31 by Ajit Ranjan helped Delhi dismiss Uttar Pradesh for 190 and then make 75 for no loss at close of play on the first day of the Cooch-Behar Trophy Under-19 Knock-out Tournament at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Friday.

Scores: UP (Ist innings): 190 all out (Mohd Amin 41, Amit Singh 64, Kuldeep Rawat 1 for 47, Abhishek Chaudhary 2 for 28, Ankur Garg 1 for 28, Wilkin Victor 4 for 46, Ajit Ranjan 2 for 31). Delhi (1st innings): 75 for no loss (P P Singh 28 n o, Mayank Tehlan 46 n o).

No match in Zakir Husain soccer

Due to rain, no match could be played in the 17th Zakir Husain Memorial Football Tournament at the Ambedkar Stadium on Friday. Hosts Zakir Husain will take on IGIPESS at 12.30 p m and Jamia Millia will meet Jamia Hamdard at 2 p m on Saturday.


Vikaspuri School enter semis
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, January 30
An all-round display by Pradeep Sangwan (32 and 4 for 22) helped Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Vikaspuri defeat DAV School, Shalimarbagh by 11 runs and entered the semi-final of the seventh R R Gymkhana Inter-School Under-16 Cricket Tournament at the Vikaspuri ground.

Scores: Vikaspuri: 157 for 8 in 40 overs (Pradeep Sangwan 32, Prateek Choudhary 29, Shyam Sundar 22, Rohan Dahiya 3 for 21, Nischay Sharma 3 for 27).

DAV: 146 for 9 in 40 overs (Vaibhav Tyagi 53, Bhupender Yadav 22, Pradeep Sangwan 4 for 22). 


Khalsa College annex hockey title
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, January 30
SGTB Khalsa College annexed the Delhi University Inter-College Hockey Championship when they beat Sri Ram College of Commerce by 2-1 in the final at the Khalsa College ground on Friday.

The goals for Khalsa College were scored by right full-back Amanjeet Singh Dhillon and centre-forward

Jaspreet Singh Abat. Sonam reduced the margin for SRCC.

Khalsa College have lifted the title 16 times in the past 20 years.

Shri Aurobindo College and Khalsa College (Evening) played a 1-1 draw in the placement match. Aurobindo College, who finished second on the points table with four behind Khalsa, took the second slot while SRCC with three points bagged the third place.

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