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 Special fortnight at hospital

Mohali, September 15
Amar Multi-speciality Hospital organised a special fortnight for the treatment and consultation of poor and needy patients who would be provided treatment at highly concessional rates. Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema inaugurated the fortnight today. Talking to mediapersons, managing director Dr Sameer Kaushal said poor patients would be offered free surgical consultation. — OC

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Rest of Haryana take lead on Day 1
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 15 
The Rest of Haryana team had an edge over the Chandigarh Cricket Association (CCA) team in the first innings of the two-day inter-district U-17 league tournament. The meet got under way at Government Model School, Sector 19, here, today. 

Batting first, CCA got all out for 120 in 44.1 overs. Rest of Haryana bowlers bowled well. While leg-spinner Rahul Tewatia took five wickets, Digvijay took four.Rest of Haryana were playing at 150 for seven wickets in their first innings.

Brief scores 

First innings: CCA: 120 all out (Rohit Singh 60, Rakesh Yadav 23, Rahul Tewatia 5 for 44, Digvijay 4 for 32).

Rest of Haryana: 150 for 7 (Abhimanyu Khod 60, Satyajit Malik 35, Amiya 3 for 17, Amandeep 2 for 57).

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WWICS Cup
 AKSIPS clinch title
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 15
A splendid all-round performance by Harmanpreet helped Ajit Karam Singh International Public School (AKSIPS), Sector 41, to register a facile eight-wicket triumph over CCA-Guru Nanak Public School (GNPS) Academy, Sector 36, in the final of the WWICS Cup U-14 Cricket Tournament today. The tournament was being played at St Stephen's School, Togan, near here.

CCA-GNPS Academy won the toss and elected to bat. They posted a good total of 175 for six wickets in stipulated 30 overs.

In reply, AKSIPS Academy comfortably achieved the target for the loss of only two wickets. They made 178 for 2 in 29.1 overs. Earlier, Principal of St Stephen's School Harold Carver inaugurated the final while president of the Chandigarh Golf Association C.S.R. Reddy distributed the prizes.

Man of the match: Harmanpreet.

Man of the tournament: Harmanpreet (AKSIPS-41).

Best batsman: Jaskaran (CCA-GNPS-36).

Best bowler: Aman Rawat (CCA-GNPS-36).

Best fielder: Harshank (DPA Academy).

Best wicket-keeper: Nipun Sood (AKSIPS-41).

Brief scores

CCA-GNPS-36: 175 for 6 in 30 overs (Shubham Bhambri 21, Jaskaran 79 (9x4s), Shubham Mahajan 41 (4x4s), Karan Goyal 10, Harmanpreet 2 for 37, Sachit Nayyar 2 for 22).

AKSIPS-41: 178 for 2 in 29.1 overs (Ashish Gaur 47 (7x4s), Sachit Nayyar 33 (94x4s), Harmanpreet 61 n o (7x4s, 1x6), Avish 17 n o, Aman Rawat 1 for 36, Karan Goyal 1 for 27).

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  DAV-7 get better of St Joseph’s
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 15
DAV Public School-7, Chandigarh, got the better of St Joseph's School, Chandigarh, in the first-round match (u-14) of the three-day Central Board of Secondary Education North Zone (I) Inter-school Chess Tournament. The tournament started at St Joseph's Senior Secondary School, Sector 44, here today.

In the first round of the u-14 category, Modern School blanked DAV Public School, Mohali, 4-0. Again, in the u-19 category, Modern School defeated K.R. Mangalam School, New Delhi, by the same margin.

General secretary of the Chandigarh Olympic Association Ravinder Talwar inaugurated the meet. The first four teams of the tournament will qualify for the CBSE National Inter-school Chess Championship to be held at Chennai from November 4 to 8.

Results

U-14 Ist round: Modern School, New Delhi, b DAV Public Sr Sec School, Mohali; Delhi Public School, Jammu, lost to St Xavier's Convent School, Kathua; Delhi Public School, New Delhi, b GAV Public School, Kangra; K.R. Mangalam World School, New Delhi, lost to Salwan Public School, New Delhi; Sanskriti School, New Delhi, b K.C. Public School Jammu; Moti Ram Arya Sr Sec School, Chandigarh, lost to Vasant Valley School; Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Delhi, b Mount Carmel School, Dwarka, New Delhi; Sacred Heart School, Chandigarh, b Alpine Public School, Nalagarh; Sant Ishar b Chandigarh Baptist School-45, Chandigarh; DAV Public School-7, Chandigarh, b St Joseph's Sr Sec School, Chandigarh. Swami Ram Tirtha School, Mohali, got a bye.

U-19 Ist round: Modern School, New Delhi, b K.R. Mangalam School, New Delhi; K.C. Public School, Jammu, drew Vasant Valley School; DAV School, Delhi, drew KBDAV-7, Chandigarh; Laureate Public School, Shimla, drew Ajit Karam Singh, Chandigarh; Alpine Public School, Nalagarh, lost to Maharaja Agarsain School, Delhi; Moti Ram School-27, Chandigarh, lost to Chandigarh Baptist School; DAV School, Mohali, lost to Sacred Heart School, Chandigarh; Sidharth International Delhi drew DAV School, Shimla; DAV-8, Chandigarh, lost to St Joseph, Chandigarh; St Soldier’s School, Mohali, lost to DPS, New Delhi; Delhi Public School, Jammu, drew St Xavier's, Kathua; Stepping Stones School, Chandigarh, lost to Eicher School, Parwanoo; J.D. Tytler School, New Delhi, b The Lawrence School, New Delhi.

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