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Haryana govt launches National Permit Scheme
Attar Singh
Tribune News Service

Ambala, August 8
The Haryana government has launched a National Permit Scheme which will be valid for one year. An operator can now get a permit for Rs 15,000. Sources from the Haryana transport department say the scheme ensures a hassle-free movement of cargoes across the country. Earlier, truck operators had to pay Rs 5,000 to every state to operate transport services there.

Of the total amount, truckers paid Rs 3,500 as goods tax and Rs 1,500 as road tax.

Operators were not allowed to take the vehicle beyond the permitted states. If they had to enter any other state they had to obtain permit at the border post of the concerned state which led to a wait of several days. The operator had to pay Rs 5,000 in each state.

According to sources, at times, they had to pay Rs 60,000 for a journey. By paying a composite fee of Rs 15,000, transporters can now go to any part of the country. The transport department sources said under the new scheme a truck operator would have to obtain a challan from the State Bank of India for Rs 15,000 and produced it at the Regional Transport Office to get the permit.

According to the new system, operators can take fresh cargo to new destination which means effective utilisation of the fleet.

“The Transport Ministry has also completed the process of opening of a national permit account at the SBI with the approval of Controller General of Accounts to facilitate collection of such consolidated fee and subsequent distribution,” the sources said.

According to the sources, the Centre has agreed to compensate the state if they suffer any monetary loss by adopting the new scheme. The revenue of the state for issuing permits to trucks is estimated around Rs 232 crore.

“It will be divided among the states according to their share in the transport. Haryana has a share of 6.7 per cent of goods transport and the Centre will pay this amount to Haryana,” the sources added.

To check the payment of consolidated fee and subsequent devolution of funds with the SBI, a statement shall be sent to the Transport Commissioner, Haryana, who in turn will consolidate the date in respect of all national permit issuing authorities in the state and send the same to the Transport Ministry on a weekly basis.



FIR against UHBVN for negligence
Our Correspondent

Kalka, August 8
The Pinjore police has lodged an FIR against Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN), Pinjore, for negligence. According to police sources, a case has been registered under Section 304-A of the IPC in connection with the death of an 11-year-old boy, Mahesh Kumar, who was electrocuted on Saturday due to the alleged negligence of the UHBVN.

On Saturday, Mahesh, who belonged to a downtrodden family of ward No.9 of Pinjore, had got an electric shock in Vishav Karma Colony of Pinjore, when he accidently came into contact with electricity wires hanging only two feet from the ground. The incident took place when he was playing in the street in rain. He was rushed to a private hospital in Pinjore, which referred him to the PGI, Chandigarh, where he succumbed to his injuries at night. The deceased was a student of Class V of RK Public School in Pinjore.

Avinash Kaur, municipal councillor of ward No.9, alleged that in June, 2010, she had put forth a complaint in the open darbar of XEN of UHBVN, Pinjore, in connection with the low-hanging wires in her area and had urged the department to set these right to avoid any mishap, but the department did not take it seriously.



Patwari runs car over protesting crowd, 5 hurt
Tribune News Service

Kharar, August 8
Patwari Surinder Singh Rana drove his Innova car over a crowd on the Randhawa road tonight, injuring five persons. The incident took place around 9.15 p.m. Residents of the Randhawa road had gathered to protest against the power authorities, as there had been no power since 11 am.

People decided to stage dharna and block traffic on the road. At the time of the incident, they were talking to the SDO of Powercom, who was getting a power fault repaired on the Randhawa road.

While people sat on dharna, Rana came to the area, driving his Innova. He had an altercation with area residents and asked them to get aside. In their statement to the police, area residents alleged that Rana was in an inebriated state and had abused them.

When Rana could not get way to move ahead, he put the vehicle in reverse gear and suddenly increased the speed of the vehicle. As he surged ahead, people sitting on dharna grew panicky and tried to move away.

Rana allegedly ran his vehicle over people on dharna. Four people got injured in the incident.

Area residents rushed the injured to nearby Sharma Hospital, while Rana fled from the place.

Already upset over power situation, the incident further angered the crowd. Demanding immediate arrest of Rana, people raised slogans against him. As tension brewed, area SHO Tarlochan Singh reached the spot.

The injured were identified as Navninder Singh Sodhi, aka, Ninna, from the Randhawa road, Daljit, Bittu, Randhir Sigh, Guddu and Sethi. All injured sustained injuries on legs and toes.

Till the filing of this report, the police was carrying out its investigation and taking statements of area residents.



Vehicle registration software launched
Tribune News Service

Fatehgarh Sahib, August 8
Chief Secretary, Punjab, SC Aggarwal yesterday launched ‘Vahan’ software developed by National Informatics Centre at the office of the district transport officer. He appreciated the centre for putting all their efforts and providing their technical support in implementing the Vahan Project in the district.

He said with implementation of Vahan, the district would be connected to the state as well as national database of vehicles and their owners’ details could be seen on a click of the mouse in any part of the world. Deputy Commissioner Yashvir Mahajan said ‘Sarathi’, a software meant for issuance of driving license, would also be introduced soon.



2 killed in road accident
Tribune News Service

Kharar, August 8
Two persons from Kharar were killed in an accident at Saharanpur here this morning. Victims have been identified as 19-year-old Love Kumar and 42-year-old Raman, alias Pappu. Love, Raman and Love’s wife lived in a rented accommodation near the Grain Market in Kharar.

The family came to know about the fatal accident at 5 pm. While Love’s death was confirmed, no one knows about Raman’s fate.

Love had got married recently to a Shimla-based girl, Pappu had been staying alone. They left for a pilgrimage to Haridwar five days ago on their motorcycle. They met with an accident today while coming to Kharar near Saharanpur.



Consumer Court
Tata Motors told to pay Rs 1 lakh
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed Tata Motors Ltd, zonal office, Sector 22, to pay a compensation of Rs 1 lakh for demanding loan amount time and again though a complainant had already paid it.

The complainant, Amarpreet Singh Luna, a resident of Mohali, stated in the complaint that he had purchased Tata Indica car from Tata Motors through their agency, Goyal Motors Pvt Ltd, in Patiala for Rs 3,54,000. Tata Motors had financed the car to the extent of Rs 2 lakh. The said loan was to be repaid in 60 installments of Rs 4,200 each. The complainant issued postdated cheques, which was encashed by the opposite party. Singh added that one of the postdated cheques was dishonoured in March 6, 2007. Thus, he deposited a cash amount of Rs 4,200 against another cheque that had bounced on March 8, 2007.

He received a notice, subsequently, from the opposite party asking him to pay Rs 8,468, along with accrued expenses on account of dishonour of the cheque.

He filed a case in the consumer courts, which directed Tata Motors to pay the compensation of Rs 10,000.

According to the complainant, despite the orders, the opposite party raised fresh demand through various letters. Singh said he had paid the entire amount and nothing was outstanding against him.

The opposite party did not appear. Thus ex-parte proceedings were initiated against them.

Pronouncing the orders, the forum observed, “From documentary evidence, it is duly proved that no amount is outstanding against the complainant towards the said loan and despite it, the opposite party is harassing the complainant to no end by making repeated demands.”



Heist at PC Jewellers
3 cops get bailable warrant
Tribune News Service

Panchkula, August 8
A local court has issued bailable warrants against three police officials for not attending the hearing of the case pertaining to heist at PC Jewellers. The officials were identified as Anil Kumar, Sushil Kumar and Balwant Singh.

The Panchkula court had ordered them to appear in the court to record their statements. On the contrary, the three officials on the pretext of being busy in some official work sought exemption from the court.

The court, however, turned down their request and issued bailable warrants of Rs 5,000 each for August 27.

The officials were prosecution witness in the case, sources added.



Man booked for raping minor
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
The police on Friday booked a Daria resident on the charges of kidnapping and raping a 14-year-old girl while his wife has been arrested on the charges of keeping the girl in illegal confinement. The accused, 25-year-old Raju Masih, a labourer by profession, is still at large.

The victim told the police that she was kidnapped and held captive for one month.

She was subjected to sexual exploitation and was also forced to work for them, the victim added.

Sub-inspector Ram Rattan, post in-charge of Daria police, said the incident came to light on Thursday when the victim escaped from the custody of her abductors at Baltana village and narrated the episode to her mother. The victim’s mother reported the matter to the police and the girl was medically examined following which it was proved that she had been raped.

The police said Raju, along with his wife Suman, who lived in the victim’s locality, had kidnapped her on July 3 and had taken her to their rented accommodation in Baltana. The victim alleged that Raju had raped her several times after drugging her.

The victim told the police that Raju and Suman subjected her to inhuman treatment and made her do household chores. They did not allow her to step out of the house. On Thursday, both Raju and his wife left the house, leaving the victim alone in the house. Finding an opportunity, the victim fled.

The victim’s mother is a labourer, while her father is dead. The police registered a case of kidnapping, wrongful restraint, rape, criminal intimidation and criminal conspiracy against the couple. Suman was arrested on Friday and produced before a local court, which remanded her in judicial custody.



Loot complaint proves false
Tribune News Service

Mohali, August 8
The Mohali police has solved a loot case within 24 hours. The complainant, Gurnam Singh, hatched a conspiracy with one of his friends and created the loot scene. The police arrested Gurnam and Sukhdev Singh and recovered Rs 35,000 and mobile phones from them.

According to the Senior Superintendent of Police, the Lalru police registered a case of loot on August 5 on a complaint by Gurnam, munshi, Welcome Canter Union, Lalru.

In the complaint, he alleged he withdrew some amount from the Punjab and Sind Bank branch at Lalru and went on a motor cycle from the ITI side to the Lehli side with Rs 35000.

According to him, four youths on two Pulsar motor cycles assaulted him before Lehli and took away Rs 35000 and two mobile phones from him.

The case was investigated under the supervision of Dera Bassi DSP JS Khaira. Preliminary investigations revealed that Gurnam had purchased a motor cycle on instalments.

A few instalments were still pending, for which he wanted to grab Rs 35,000. For this, he had hatched a conspiracy with Sukhdev.


The local police has booked Aneesh Sharma in a forgery case on the complaint of Niranjan Singh, former chairman, Punjab State Commission for Scheduled Castes. According to the complaint, the accused had a fake Scheduled Caste certificate.

The accused had submitted a false address of the Industrial Area during certificate issuance and had later changed his name on the certificate. The police registered a case and started investigation.


The police has booked an immigration agent on charges of duping a man of Rs 4 lakh on the pretext of sending him abroad.

The police said Nahar Singh of Phase 2, Madanpur, alleged that Dyalinder Singh Gill of Mile Stone Immigration Consultant, Sector 8, Chandigarh, had demanded Rs 4 lakh from him to send him to Canada. He neither sent him abroad, nor returned his money. A case was registered.



Man killed in road mishap
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
An unidentified man was killed when a jeep near Hallo Majra village here knocked him down in a hit-and-run case. The police said the victim was knocked down by a Mahindra Scorpio (CH-04-S-5550) near the Hallo Majra traffic light point yesterday. The victim was rushed to the PGI in a critical condition where he succumbed to his injuries later. A case of causing death due to rash and negligent driving has been registered against an unidentified driver.

Caught drinking

The police arrested Amit Kumar and Indiwar Chadha, both residents of Sector 38-A, Narinder Bansal and Biva Sood, both residents of Sector 46, and Desh Bandhu, a resident of Sector 47, from different parts of Sector 8 yesterday, while they were allegedly consuming liquor at public places. Two separate cases have been registered against the accused under the Excise Act.


Pushpa, a resident of Sector 11, reported to the police alleging that someone had stolen a water booster pump from her residence yesterday.

A case of theft has been registered.



‘Snatching’ incidents send cops in tizzy
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
A spate of snatching incidents by a miscreant riding a Honda Activa scooter sent the UT police in tizzy this evening. However, the police claimed that only two incidents took place in southern parts of the city and the victims refused to lodge complaints.

Sources said a snatcher was on the prowl in the city, but the police managed to persuade the victims not to lodge complaints. In one of the incidents, the miscreant snatched a gold chain of a woman in Sector 33. The victim caught hold of her chain, which broke. The miscreants sped away, taking a part of the chain.

In another incident, the miscreant tried to snatch a bag of a woman, but failed. He, however, managed to escape from the site.



Meghna clinches top honours
Tribune News Service

Panchkula, August 8
It was a double delight for Meghna, who clinched top honours in Women Singles’ and Sub-Junior categories in the U-17 Panchkula District Table Tennis Championship held at Manav Mangal School, here, today.

In women singles’, Meghna drubbed Aastha by 3-0 (11-7, 11-4, 11-3), while in the U-17 category, she got the better of Radhika, a student of Manav Mangal School (MMS) by 3-0 (11-2, 11-5, 11-8) to lift the trophies.

In men’s singles’, Prasoon Sharma won the title beating Shashwat of Manav Mangal School by 3-1 (11-5, 9-11, 11-8, 11-3)

In individual category, girls (U-10) Sanchita of Satluj School won gold medal, whereas in boys’ group Shivin Sardana emerged winner.

The championship was organised under the aegis of the Panchkula District Table Tennis Association.


Sub-junior boys (U-14)

Semifinal: Shashwat Somani (MMS) bt Rohan Gupta (Bhavan Vidyalaya) 3-0 (11-7, 11-4, 11-6) and Divyankar (BV) bt Harshdeep (MMS) 3-2 (11-5, 11-13, 11-13, 11-5, 11-9

Final: Divyankar (BV) bt Shashwat (MMS) 3-1 (8-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-8)

Sub-Junior girls (U-14)

Semifinal: Radhika (MMS) bt Tanya (BV) 3-0 (11-3, 11-2, 11-3) and Gunkirat bt Kanchi (MMS) 3-2 (8-11, 9-11, 11-6, 11-6,11-8)

Final: Radhika (MMS) bt Gunkirat 3-2 (11-8, 4-11, 11-5, 11-8, 11-6)

Sub-Junior Girls (U-17)

Semifinal: Meghna bt Himani (MMS) 3-0 (11-4, 11-9, 11-5) and Radhika (MMS) bt Poonam (BV) 3-2 (9-11, 11-8, 12-10, 4-11, 11-7)

Final: Meghna bt Radhika (MMS) 3-0 (11-2, 11-5, 11-8)

Youth boys (U-21)

Semifinal: Shubham Sharma bt Shashwat (MMS) 3-1 (11-7, 11-8, 5-11, 11-5) and Prasoon Sharma bt Archit (BV) 3-10 (11-8, 11-3, 11-4).

Final: Prasoon Sharma bt Shubham Sharma 3-0 (11-7, 11-5, 11-5)

Men’s single

Semifinal: Shashwat (MMS) bt Shubham Sharma 3-2 (11-5, 9-11, 8-11, 13-11, 11-2) and Prasoon Sharma bt Gaurav 3-0 (11-1, 11-6, 11-6).

Final: Prasoon Sharma bt Shashwat (MMS) 3-1 (11-5, 9-11, 11-8, 11-3)

Women’s single

Semifinal: Aastha bt Radhika (MMS) 3-2 (11-9, 7-11, 11-3, 11-13, 11-7); Meghna bt Komal (MMS) 3-0 (11-8, 11-3, 11-6)

Final: Meghna bt Aastha 3-0 (11-7, 11-4, 11-3)



Dheeranush, Abhijeet make it to main draw
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
Along with top seed Dheeranush Bhatti, unseeded Abhijeet Singh also cleared the qualifying round to make it to the main draw in the U-14 category (boys) of the ongoing AITA Talent Series Tennis Tournament at the CLTA, Sector 10, and Lake Club’s tennis courts here today.

In the boys U-18 singles, most of the seeded players reached the main draw of the tournament.

Results of the qualifying round:

Boys U-14 qualifiers:

Dheeranush Bhatti (Chandigarh); Surya Pratap Singh (UP); Allen Johnson (Delhi); Dhruva Arya (Haryana); Lavish Nehra (Rajasthan); Sultan Atwal (Chandigarh); Abhijeet Singh (Chandigarh); Raghav Talwar (Chandigarh).

Boys U-18 qualifiers:

Rishabh Dev (Punjab); Devanshu Rana (Rajasthan); Shikar Gaddah (Haryana); Ranjeet Singh (Chandigarh); Sachin Kumar (Chandigarh); Pradeep Reddy (AP); Gaurav Bhatia (Delhi); Vikas Berwal (Haryana).

Main draw matches will start on Monday at 8 am in CLTA and Lake Sports Complex.

Other results:

Singles final qualifying round:

Boys U-18: Rishabh Dev (PB) bt Udayan Bhakar 8-5; Devanshu Jain (RAJ) bt Nibhay Singh Soin (GUJ) 8-6; Shikhar Gadh (HAR) bt Shrey Gupta (HAR) 8-6; Ranjeet Singh (CHD) bt Gagan Sharma (RAJ) 8-6; Sachin Kumar (CHD) bt Sumit Pal Singh (J&K) 8-0; Pradeep K Reddy (AP) bt Pranav Suri (CHD) 8-6; Gaurav Bhatia (DLI) bt Dhruv Puniabi (CHD) 8-1; Vikas Berwal (HAR) bt Dhir Gala (MAN) 8-6.

Singles qualifying third round:

Boys U-14: Dheeranush Singh Bhatti (CHD) bt Atul Sri Patel 8-0; Mohak Bajaj (DLI) bt Naval Avasthi (CHD) 8-4; Koonwar Gupta (DLI) bt Shivam Vij (CHD) 8-1; Surya Pratap Singh (UP) bt Chirag Bajwa (CHD) 8-5; Allen Johnson (MP) bt Vijay Mohanty 8-3; Arya Waiga (HAR) bt Aman Pandon (J&K) 8-2; Shivwansh Salwan (PB) bt Rohit Kumar (HAR) 8-6; Dhruva Arya (HAR) bt Manav Poddar (CHD) 8-7(2); Lavish Nehra (RAJ) bt Adhhyan (CHD) 8-6; Kashish Kalra bt Ayush Verma (CHD) 8-2; Arnav Bajaj (DLI) bt Vaibhav Rattan (CHD) 8-0; Sultan Singh Atwal (CHD) bt Rishabh Sharda (CHD) 8-1; Nihit Rawal (CHD) bt Digvijay Partap (CHD) 8-2; Abhijeet Singh (CHD) bt Calvin Golmei (MAN) 8-4; Gurjot Singh (PB) bt Anmol Rattan Kamboj (CHD) 8-3; Raghav Talwar (CHD) bt Abhimanyu Rawal (RAJ) 8-3.

Singles qualifying third round:

Boys U-14: Dheeranush Singh Bhatti (CHD) bt Mohak Bajaj (DLI) 8-2; Surya Pratap Singh (UP) bt Koonwar Gupta (DLI) 8-6; Allen Johnson (MP) bt Arya Waiga (HAR) 8-1; Dhruva Arya (HAR) bt Shivwansh Salwan (PB) 8-4; Lavish Nehra (RAJ) bt Kashish Kalra 8-7(6); Sultan Singh Atwal (CHD) bt Arnav Bajaj (DLI) 8-1; Abhijeet Singh (CHD) bt Nihit Rawal (CHD) 8-6; Raghav Talwar (CHD) bt Gurjot Singh (PB) 8-4.



Junior golf: Feroz romps home
Our Golf Correspondent

Feroz Grewal in action during the second tournament of CGA Juniors at the Panchkula Golf Club on Sunday. Tribune photo: Nitin Mittal

Panchkula, August 8
Feroz Singh Garewal emerged the overall winner in the second CGA Junior Golf Circuit carding the best overall score of eight over par 152 thus putting to shade golfers three years senior at the Panchkula Golf Club greens here today.

Fourteen-year-old Feroz, who began the tournament with the best five over par 77 card yesterday, followed it up with yet another good performance carding a three over par 75 score in the B category to outshine even the A category winner by a good three-stroke margin.

A student of Sector-15 DAV School, Feroz left his nearest B Category rival, Yuvraj Sandhu, a good 13 strokes behind.

Feroz would have done even better had he not faltered on the ninth hole where he triple bogeyed. After being six over par 41 at the turn, Feroz came back with a bogey-free two under 34 back nine studded with two birdies for a total card of 75.

K Raghav Bhandari triumphed in the A category defeating Harman Virk by a margin of seven strokes.

City boy Jaiveer Sandhu got the better of overnight leader Aadil Bir Singh Bedi to win the C category title by two strokes. Jaiveer, who is regular at Jessie Grewal's coaching academy, overcame a three-stroke overnight deficit and marched ahead another two strokes to clinch the title.

Amrit Lal carded an identical score of yesterday to win the D category title over favourite Aadil Bedi by a margin of six strokes.

Arnav Jain, a Class III student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, couldn’t have asked for a better gift on his eighth birthday today when he romped home in the E category by a big margin.

There was keen competition in girls' A category with Amandeep Drall and overnight leader Gursimar Badwal vying for the top spot. The organisers declared Amandeep the winner because of a better second day score.

Since there was only one girl competitor in the E, D, C and B categories, the organisers scrapped the competition. But in E category, 7-year-old Vasundhara Thiara finished second three strokes behind Arnav Jain, winner of the boys’ E category.

Financial Commissioner of Haryana KK Jalan gave away prizes during a special function at the Panchkula Golf Club.

The little golf champions of the region had a word of praise for the upkeep of the Panchkula Golf Club greens.


Boys: Category E- Arman Jain 111, Ayaan Gupta 145; category

D- Amrit Lal 166, Aadil Bedi 172, Gurvak Deol 176; category

C- Jaiveer Singh 168, Aadil Bir Singh 170, Karandeep Kochhar 176; category B- Feroz Grewal 152, Yuvraj Singh 165, Harsh Gangwar 167; category A- K. Raghav Bhandari 155, Harman Virk 162, Tarundeep Singh Chadha 162.

Girls: Catgegory A- Amandeep Drall 166 and Gursimar Badwal 166.



Garima claims girls’ TT title
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
Garima Goyal from Bhavan Vidyalaya defeated Nadia Saini of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women to win the Prof RS Mehta Memorial Open Age Table Tennis Tournament held at Table Tennis Hall, Sector 23, here today.

In the final match of girls category, Garima overcame Nadia 8-11, 9-11, 12-10, 11-8, 13-11and 11-9, while in the men category, Kamaljit Singh of Patiala grabbed the title after trouncing Saurabh of Rohtak in the final match.

Kamaljit defeated Saurabh 12-14, 11-3, 9-11, 12-10, 11-8, and 11-9.

Earlier in the semifinals, Garima overcame Nirdosh of Ludhiana 11-9, 1-11, 15-13, 11-8, 11-9, whereas runners-up Nadia got the better of Naina Saini from Carmal Convent 11-4, 12-10, 9-11, 11-7, 11-13, 11-9.

On the other hand, in the boys semifinals, Kamaljit outplayed Dev Saini 11-9, 11-9, 11-4, 5-11, 11-9. Saurabh reached the final after trouncing Rahul Malhotra of Amritsar 11-8, 11-4, 9-11, 17-15, 11-4.

In the youth boys category, Rahul Malhotra from Amritsar defeated Kamaljit to lift the title. Rahul won the final 6-11, 12-10, 11-9, 12-10, 12-10.

Earlier in the semifinals, Rahul Malhotra defeated Tarak Roy of New Public School, Sector 18, 9-11, 14-12, 11-4, 11-6, 13-11.

In the youth girls category, Nadia Saini of GGS College for Women, Sector 26, won the final.

Nadia defeated Nirdosh from Ludhiana 14-12, 13-11, 11-8, 12-10.

Saurabh Verma from New Public School, Sector 18, bagged the junior boys title.

In the final, Saurabh defeated Nonit from Amritsar 11-9, 7-11, 11-6, 11-5, 13-15, 11-5.

Former CRPF DIG AK Narula distributed prizes among the winners.



Lokender strikes gold in trampoline
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 8
Lokender of the Services Sports Control Board claimed a gold medal in the sixth National Trampoline and Tumbling Championship held at Sacred Souls' School, Gharuan, here today.

Lokender secured the first position in the senior men category, whereas Sachin from Maharashtra and Raj Kumar from the hosts side secured the second and third positions, respectively.

In the sub-junior boys category, Harpreet Ghuman from Punjab secured the first position, while in the sub-junior girls category, Mayuri Lahor from Maharashtra bagged the first position.

In the tumbling event, Md Aquib Khan from Uttar Pradesh bagged a gold medal in the sub-junior boys category. Ajeeshma M from Kerela got the first position in the girls category.


Sub-junior boys (trampoline): Harpreet Ghuman (Punjab) 1; Pavan Dhabali (Maharashtra) 2, Y Pibangama (Uttarakhand) and Shyam Sunder (Andhra Pradesh) 3; sub-junior girls (trampoline): Mayuri Lahor (Maharashtra) 1, Gopi Patel (Gujrat) 2 and Sunita Kumari (Punjab) 3; junior boys (trampoline): Binay Kashyap (Punjab) 1, Vishal Kolekar (Maharashtra) 2 and Neeraj Dwivedi (Andhra Pradesh) 3; junior girls (trampoline): Prableen (Chandigarh) 1, Shardha (Maharashtra) 2 and T Hima Bindu (Andhra Pradesh) 3; men (trampoline): Lokender (SSCB) 1, Sachin (Maharashtra) 2 and Raj Kumar (Chandigarh) 3; women (trampoline): Deepika (Chandigarh) 1, Tejashwini Mhatre (Maharashtra) 2, Sangita Kumari (Punjab) and Vaishnavi A Patil 3; sub-junior girls (tumbling): Md Aquib Khan (UP) 1, Samay Chevli (Gujrat) 2 and Sarosh (UP) 3; sub-junior boys (tumbling): Ajeeshma M (Kerela) 1, Settu (Punjab) 2 and Twisha Dhami (Gujrat) 3; junior boys (tumbling): Avbilash Yadav (UP) 1, A Tamilbharathi (Kerala) 2 and Bharat Singh (Uttarakhand) 3; junior girls (tumbling): Devyani Tikle (Maharashtra) 1, Neetu Sharma (Punjab) 2 and Saloni Monde (Maharashtra) 3; women (tumbling): Meghashree BS (Kerala) 1, Krishna Racha (Kerala) 2 and Jyoti Shinde (Maharashtra) 3.



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