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HEALTH

Haryana Governor inaugurates clinic
Tribune News Service

Mohali, September 3
The Haryana Governor, Mr A.R. Kidwai, inaugurated a clinic of Dr Batra’s positive health private limited in phase 3B2 here today.

The Governor congratulated the effort and said homeopathy had a lot of potential for medical science in the future.

The Governor’s visit to the township, however, did not seem to have prompted the Municipal Council to undertake cleanliness of the area.

The Governor’s cavalcade was within feet of a large garbage dump that had not been cleared.

The authorities had not even bothered to closely check the area for open electricity wires which lay loose barely feet away from where the Governor walked out of the newly inaugurated building.

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718 examined at medical camp
Tribune News Service

Mohali, September 3
A medical check up camp was held at Kurrdi village here yesterday. Mr Bir Devinder Singh, Kharar MLA, inaugurated the camp. He presented mementos to Dr M.S. Toor, Civil Surgeon, Dr V.K. Jain, District Health Officer, Dr Veena Sagar, SMO in charge Gharuan, and Mr Kirpal Singh Assistant Unit Officer.

A total of 718 patients were examined and medicines were distributed free of cost.

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SPORTS

KV-47 girls lift hockey trophy
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 3
The KV-31 volleyball team won gold defeating KV-47 team 2-0 (25-7, 25-7) on the final day of the Volley Ball (Girls) Tournament of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Chandigarh Region, which concluded at Zirakpur today.

KV Yol. Cantt bagged the third position.

Ms S.K. Bhatia, Principal of the host school, said the selected players would represent the region in the 37th National Games and Sports Meet.

Ms Alka Gupta, Principal of KV-2, Chandimandir, had made board and lodging arrangements for the participants.

The results are: Hockey: KV-47 clinched the trophy in the girls’ hockey event. The second place was awarded to KV No 1, Air Force Station, Sirsa, and KV 2. DMW, Patiala, came third.

Tae kwon do (31-41 kg): Naveen Singh, K.V. Jhajjar, gold; Mahesh Bisht, K.V. II Ferozepore Cantt, silver; and Mitender, K.V. Yol Cantt and Anil Dahiya K.V. Rohtak, bronze.

41-44 Kg: Animesh Kumar, K.V.-II Chandimandir, gold; Avinash K.V. I Chandimandir, silver; and Vipin Gangwar, K.V. I Bathinda and Amit Kumar, K.V. Jhajjar, bronze.

Fin up to 45 kg: Nitiz Gurung, K.V. II 3 BRD, gold; Sandeep Singh, K.V. I Bathinda, silver; and Samaksh Sidhu, K.V. Yol Cantt and Pawan Kumar, K.V. No 1 Patiala, bronze.

Fly 45-48 Kg: Navpreet Singh, K.V. I Ambala, gold; Kapil Kanwal, K.V-V Bathinda Cantt, silver; and Rajpal Singh Gill K.V. I Bathinda Cantt, and Sanabjit Kumar Sharma, K.V.V Bathinda Cantt; bronze.

Bantom 48 Kg to 51 Kg: Himanshu, K.V. RCF Hussainpur, gold; Anish, K.V.-5 Bathinda, silver; and Harshdeep, K.V.-1 Bathinda, and Kushal Kumar, KV-2 Halwara; bronze.

Feather 51 Kg to 55 Kg: Vikram, K.V. High Ground, gold; Karamjit, K.V. RCF Hussainpur, silver; and Saurav, K.V.-3, Bathinda, and Sumit, K.V.-1, Bathinda; bronze.

Light 55 Kg to 59 Kg: Suryaprakash, K.V.-3 Bathinda, gold; Debender Singh, K.V. IInd Shift Rohtak, silver; and Vijay Rana, K.V. Ist Shift Rohtak, and Himanshu, K.V.-I Bathinda; bronze.

Welter 59 Kg to 63 Kg: Anand Kumar, K.V.-3 Bathinda, gold; Suman, K.V.-1 Bathinda, silver; and Manjeet, K.V. II Chandimandir and Chandrasekhar, K.V.-II Chandimandir, bronze.

Light middle 63 Kg to 68 Kg: Nitish, K.V.-3 Bathinda, gold; Altaf, K.V.-1 Bathinda, silver; and Rahul, K.V.-1 Bathinda, and Ashish, K.V. Shimla, bronze.

Judo: KV, Sirsa, clinched the overall champions trophy with three gold medals won by Gaurav, Raj Kumar and Vinod Kumar in their respective categories during the judo event held at GC CRPF Men’s Club Kendriya Vidyalaya, GC CRPF, Pinjore.

Results: 41 to 45 kg: Gaurav 1, Jitender 2, Parveen and Amanchand 3; 45-49 kg: Raj Kumar 1, Chetan 2, Sandeep and Narinder 3; 49-54 kg: Vinod Kumar 1. Kulwinder 2, Hardeep and Anil 3; 54-59 kg: Rabinder 1, Sukhraj 2. Rahul and Vivek 3. 59-64 kg: Pawan 1, Sumeet 2. Pankaj and Vikas 3; 64-65 kg: Vikas 1. Pushpam 2. Pratap Singh and Nitesh Kumar 3.

Hockey (Boys): KV-1, Ambala Cantt, boy’s team clinched the KVS Trophy.

Shooting and chess: Poorva Bharti of KV-31 and Manoj Kumari of KV, Hisar, won the first and second place, respectively, in shooting competition held at KV, Sector 29-B.

Priya of KV, High Grounds, won in the u-14 chess competition. The results: u-14: Priya 1, kaumudi 2. Khushboo 3: u-17: Ishita Munshi 1. Anshu Kumari 2, Sonali Panda 3: u-19: K. Vijayan 1, Preeti 2. Ritika 3.

 

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HFA hammer Himachal 11-0 in soccer
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 3
Riding high on the four goals netted by Mandeep, Haryana Football Association hammered Himachal Pradesh by a huge margin of 11-0 in the first match on the third day of the 4 th Administrator’s Challenge Cup All India Football Tournament, being played at Sports Complex, Sector 42, here today.

The other matches of the tournament are also being played at the Football Stadium, Sector 17.

The match started on a dull note, but came alive when Haryana scored its first goal through Sandeep in the 8 th minute of the play. The other goals came through Vikas (12 th min), Mandeep (17 th and 27 th, 32nd and 35th min), Vivek (31 st and 44 th min) of the play. Haryana lads were leading by 8-0 at the breather.

After the lemon break, Harinder extended the lead in the 52 nd minute of play. After the 10 th goal by Vivek in the 65 th minute of play, Harinder sealed the 11-0 victory in the 70 th minute. Manandeep of Haryana was shown yellow card in the 64 th minute of play due to his misconduct on the field.

The second match, played between Hoshiarpur Football Academy (HFA) and Uttar Pradesh, was won by the former by 3-0. The U P team, which played with nine players, put up a good show but in the 30 th minute of game Hoshiarpur’s medio Mehnga Singh controlled the ball in the midfield and sent a pass to Dilshad Ahmed who dribbled past two UP defenders and made no mistake in scoring the first goal for his team. Mehnga Singh scored the second goal in the 38 th minute.

In the 75th minute, Charanjit home the final goal.

Shahbad Ahmed and Arun Bhandar of HFA and Waseem Khan of UP were shown yellow cards by the Referee for indulging in rough play and ungentlemanly conduct.

In the third match at the Football Stadium, Sector 17, Punjab beat Mehar Academy, Kurali by 4-1. Both the teams raided each others defence line many a times. But displaying a fine performance, Punjab opened its account in the 35 th minute through forward Baljit Singh. The equalizer came in the 44 th minute by striker Deepak Kumar.

The second goal for Punjab was scored by Amandeep Singh in the 72 nd minute of the play. After scoring the second goal, Punjab lads mounted more pressure and created trouble for Kurali defence at many occasions. It was Baljit Singh again who scored the third goal for his team and increased the lead.

Amritpal scored the 4 th goal for Punjab in the 81 st minute of play. Yadvinder of Kurali was shown yellow card for indulging in rough play in the 86 th minute of play.

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Chandigarh thrash Sangrur
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 3
Chandigarh thrashed Sangrur on the basis of the first innings lead in the league match of Cricket Tournament for Katoch Shield (Seniors) on the DAV cricket ground, Sector 8, here today.

Put into bat first, Chandigarh scored 159 all out in 63 overs. Gurkirat was the highest scorer with 56 followed by Viswas Bhalla, who threw his wicket just two runs short of his half century. Babloo Kumar took four wickets conceding 37 runs whereas M.Saidakhan claimed two wickets for 38 runs for Sangrur.

In reply, the Sangrur team could make only 109 runs in 50 overs. Gagan (36) was the only batsman, who showed some resistance to the Chandigarh bowling attack. Amit Uniyal (3 for 49) and Akashdeep (3 for 12) were the wreckers while Bipul Sharma snapped two wickets for 23. Chandigarh won the match on 1st innings lead.

Brief Score

Chandigarh: 159 all out in 63 overs (Gurkirat 56, Viswas Bhalla 48, Babloo Kumar 4 for 37, M Saidakhan 2 for 38).

Sangrur: 109 all out in 50 overs (Gagan 36, Kanwarpreet 15, Amit Uniyal 3 for 49, Akashdeep 3 for 12, Bipul Sharma 2 for 23).

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Six awarded black belts
Tribune News Service

Panchkula, September 3
Ayush Agnihotri, Shiv Raj Gharti, Gunanidhi Sharma, Niranjan Kumar, Praveen Thapa and Bampi Thapa were awarded black belts on the final day of the National Choi Kwang Do (CKD) Martial Art Training Camp cum Seminar at Tau Devi Lal Stadium here today.

Kwang Jo Choi, founder and president of Choi Kwang Do Martial Art International, presented the black belts.

In the three-day camp, over 150 persons received training.

On the concluding day, group demonstrations, air shield drills and black belt patterns were demonstrated.

The chief guest, grand master Choi, stressed on the health benefits of CKD, apart from self-defence.

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Golf camp ends
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 3
A week-long certification camp for golf coaches concluded at CGA Golf Range here today. In the camp, organised by the Indian National Golf Academy under the aegis of the IGU and PGA of India, the class ‘C’ to class ‘B’ upgradation course was conducted by Mr Jesse Grewal and Mr Vijay Divecha

Those, who attended the camp were: Rajesh Kumar, Mohammed Yamin, Madan Jha, Rajesh Saini, Sandeep Verma, Pritam Saikia, Mahesh Kumar, Pal Singh, Prahad Jadeja, Col. Majumdar, Col. Patil, Ajay Balakrishan, Sivamurthy.

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