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Page 3 Ludhiana Live
cityvibesindia Page 4 - Career Exam Tips
Page 5 - Classifieds Punjabi Recipes Horoscope
Page 6 - Sports Ludhiana CWG 2018
City students are determined to sharpen the struggle against the ilm 'Nanak Shah Fakir'
Ludhiana (City Vibes) April 11: The issue of controversial ﬁlm 'Nanak Shah Fakir' is continuously being intensiﬁed. The protests in the young and students section are becoming
more and more formidable. Following the problem, the discussion has prevailed. Demanding district administration on Tuesday after giving the letter, a special discussion session was held in the
Punjab Agricultu r a l Universit y here today, against the ﬁlm, while the students' council of G u r u Nanak Engineer College, Ludhiana, took out a peaceful protest march carrying posters having slogans against the issue in their hands. Students attending the session held at Agriculture University
talked of speeding up the action against the ﬁlm. M e a n w h i l e , Harmandeep Singh put light on Sikh traditions, customs and propaganda. . Harkirat Singh, alleged Harinder Sikka for disobeying the orders of Shri Akal Takht Sahib, as he declined to accept the Hukamnama issued by Sikh Supreme body. In the session, Arshdeep Singh accused the ﬁlm of getting government supremacy and also questioned Akshay Kumar's interference in Sikh affairs. Filmmaker Viacom 18 is Mukesh
Ambani's company. It has to be said that Mukesh Ambani and Akshay Kumar both close relationship with Indian Prime Minister. Along with this, the students
Nihang Singhs also join the protests against release of the movie
have expressed their displeasure over the Indian Supreme Court's decision about this movie, now they are footing on the review petition ﬁled by Shri Akal Takht.
City VIBES APRIL 15-21, 2018
Every School Has a Culture Baisakhi Celebrated at Everest
just ensure that it is on right Direction When you have people together for any amount of time, a culture emerges that consists of a set of customs, beliefs, values and norms. This culture can either create a sense of mutual purpose, a mission, a vision, values and goals or perpetrate discord. Every school has a culture whether you work on the culture or not. Culture cannot be seen but it is there. It is an important aspect of school. Culture consists of the beliefs, feelings, behaviors, and symbols characteristic of an organization. More speciﬁcally, culture is deﬁned as shared philosophies, ideologies, beliefs, feels, expectations, assumptions, attitudes, norms and values. While there is considerable variation in the deﬁnitions of a school culture, it appears that most contain the following characteristics: Feelings: An overall atmosphere is conveyed in an organization by the physical layout and the way in which members interact with clients or other outsiders. Rules: guidelines exist for getting along in the organization, or what is needed to be learned by the newcomer in order to “ﬁt in”. Philosophy: Policies guide an organization’s beliefs about how employees and clients should be treated. Most districts and schools have statements of philosophy or mission statements. Dominant Values: An organization espouses and expects its members to share major values. Typical examples in schools are
high-performance levels of faculty and students, low absence and dropout rates and high efﬁciency and effectiveness. Norms: Standards of behavior evolve in work groups. The impact of work group behavior results in standards and yardsticks that are sanctioned by group norms. Observed Behavioral Regularities: When organizational members interact, they use common language, terminology, rituals, and ceremonies related to deference and dem-eanor. None of these characteristics by itself represent the essence of culture, but collectively they reﬂect and give meaning to the concept of culture. The culture of a school is interrelated with most other concepts in managing schools, including organizational structures, motivation, leadership, decision making, communication and change. The challenge for the principal is to create a culture that is moving the school forward toward its vision and reinforcing the behaviors necessary for school improvement. The principal-. As developer of culture, is a support and visionary. He/she provides the leadership that is necessary to take the school to the next level. Blake and Mouton, in several of their books talk about Task and People and how to have a good balance of work (eye on the school goals) and employees (caring) to move the school onward and upward. To develop this culture for
the vision that has been created, this existing culture must be identiﬁed. The expectations diagnosed should be utilized to identify what the faculty values and expects in terms of attitudes, behaviors, and commitments. It is difﬁcult to develop a plan to achieve a new culture if you have not identiﬁed the old one. In a high performing school, the principal works with all stakeholders to develop the culture. The expectations diagnosis is a great tool for involving everyone. Developing a school’s culture is a conscious endeavor, and a principal must be proactive as he/she go about doing so. The principal begins by having people articulate in very speciﬁc terms the kinds of behaviors and commitments they think are necessary to move their school forward. This is a challenge, for every school faces the issue of developing a positive school culture. In developing a positive culture, the principal should ask, what are our expectations, attitudes, behaviors, and commitments must we demonstrate for our vision to be realized? Are we clear on what is to be accomplished and the criteria we will use in assessing our efforts? Are the current policies, programs, procedures, and practices of our school congruent with our stated vision and values? What are our plans to replace discrepancies?
LUDHIANA (City Vibes) The 'baisakhi festival-2018' was celebrated by the tiny tots of Everest Pb. Sr. Sec. School, Moti Nagar, ludhiana 12th april 2018. Rajinder Sharma, Director, Everest group of schools was the chief guest on this occasion. A fancy dress competition was organised on this occasion. The students presented a bright & colourful programme on this occasion. They presented folk dances and folk songs. Students came in the traditional punjabi dresses and perform gidda & bangra. They were also told about the various aspects of rural punjab, its cultural heritage. Speaking on the occasion Rajinder Sharma said that school has played a signiﬁcant role in the development of the children, particularly in spreading education among the tiny-tots
lished khalsa panth. They were also told about the various aspects of rural punjab, its cultural heritage. Principal Asha Sharma emphasised on the physical development of the children along with their mental development. She told the students that it is also known as festival of harvesting the wheat crops in punjab. Prizes and sweets were distributed among the tiny-tots of the school. At the end, principal said that the appropriate steps would be taken for the development of the children and the spread of education.
Abuse of children by the school principal in the presence of police
Reacting to the information that principal Guru Nanak Public School, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana turned out children of 6th th and 9 class, who were crying, from the school, the Communist Party of India has asked that this was done defying the order of the Hon'ble court and was done in the presence of police, why the police did not act to protect the court order and make the children enter the school and attend classes. Later on at the time of closure of the school they told the driver of the van not to bring some other children also to the school tomorrow. Com D P Maur – Secretary, Dr Arun Mitra Distt. Asstt. Secretary and others from CPI said that this is violation of ADVERTISE IN Indian constitution, VIBES Right to Education Act Starting From Just Rs. 35/- pscm* and National Protection
by using play-way methods. While addressing the students & parents, he lauded the remarkable progress made by the school in the ﬁeld of education. He had advised the students to endeavour to shine in every sphere. He had also advised the staff member that they should dwell upon character training and take it as the ﬁrst and foremost mission in life. With it come all the qualities which will make their life successful. He told the students about the importance of the day and how on this day sh. Guru gobind singh selected the panj piaras and estab-
of Child Rights Act. The children have a soft mind and such incidents leave long standing impact on them. The party has demanded that the Commissioner of Police should intervene directly and ensure education of these children in the school. Many schools in the name of education are indulging in maﬁaism and the party will launch agitation as per need. The Hon’ble court of Shri Varinder Kumar – PCS, (CJ) (JD) Ludhiana had issued an order on 03.04.2018 to GNPS “restraining the school from deleting the name of children from school and stopping their result”. Despite this the school is not admitting the students. This is a clear cut violation of the court order. The parents of
some students of the school had ﬁled the cases regarding exorbitant fees, annual charges, development fees, activities charges as per Punjab Fee Regulatory Act 2016 in Divisional Commissioner, Patiala against GNPS. Since the Divis ional Commissioner Patiala failed to redress the grievance, the parents ﬁled a complaint to the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Delhi. The NCPCR directed to the Divisional Commissioner Patiala to ensure education of the students till the decision is made and report compliance within 7 days. But Divisional Commissioner Patiala did not act. This matter had been duly brought to the notice of Commissioner of Police Ludhiana.
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डा. बीआर अंबेदकर के 127व ज म दवस पर िवशाल शोभा या ा का आयोजन
पूव िवधायक स ग ं ड़ा ने दी शोभा या ा को झंडी, सांसद िब टू ने योित विलत कर समारोह शु आत क , डा. अंबेदकर ने समाज को नई सोच व दश े को एक बड़ा व मजबूत संिवधान दया- लवली लुिधयाना, 14 अ ैल: डा. अंबेदकर नवयुवक दल क ओर से भारत र डा. बीआर अंबेदकर के 127व ज म दवस पर िनकाली गई िवशाल शोभा या ा से रिववार को पूरा शहर जय भीम, जय भारत के नार से गूंज पड़ा। हजार क सं या म लोग ने शोभा या ा म िह सा िलया और रं ग िबरं गी झा कय म सजे कू ली ब ,े बड बाज , हाथी- घोड़ , मलवई िग ,े भंगड़ा, ग के आ द का आनंद िलया। सकड़ क सं या म ािलय म बैठे लोग डा. अंबेदकर के भजन का गुणगान कर रहे थे। शोभा या ा को झंडी गढ़शंकर से पूव िवधायक शगारा राम स ग ं ड़ा ने दी। शोभा या ा डा. एवीएम कू ल, समािध सा चंद, ईसा नगरी से शु होकर, चच चौक, शाहपुर रोड, फ ड गंज, जगरा पुल, रे लवे टेशन, घंटाघर चौक,
छावनी मोह ला, स जी मंडी से होती ई डा. अंबेदकर चौक (जालंधर-बाईपास, लुिधयाना) पर समा ई। शोभा या ा माग म कई जगह पर वागती गेट व लंगर लगाए गए थे। इससे पहले सांसद रवनीत सह िब टू ने योित चंड करके शोभा या ा से पहले डा. एवीएम कू ल म आयोिजत कए गए समारोह क शु आत क । जहां िस लोक गायक मनजीत पोवािलया और लवमनजोत क जोड़ी डा. अंबेदकर के भजन गाए। मेहमान का वागत व उपि थित का ध यवाद करते ए, दल के सरं क राजीव कु मार लवली ने कहा क उनके िपता पूव िवधायक व. बाबू अजीत कु मार ने हमेशा उ ह डा. अंबेदकर क सोच पर चलकर ज रतमंद क मदद करने क ेरणा दी थी और आज इस शोभा या ा का आयोजन उ ह क सोच का प रणाम ह।ै उ ह ने कहा क डा. अंबेदकर ने समाज को नई सोच दत े े ए, दश े को एक बड़ा व मजबूत संिवधान दया। डा. एवीएम कू ल के इितहास के बारे म उ ह ने खुलासा कया क 1952 म डा.
अंबेदकर इसी कू ल म प च ं े थे। यह िश ा का वह पिव थान ह,ै जहां ज रतमंद छा क मदद क जाती ह,ै ता क वे पढ़िलखकर अपने कदम पर आगे बढ़ सक। लवली व दल के धान बंसी लाल ेमी ने शोभा या ा के आयोजन म सहयोग दन े े वाली सं था का ध यवाद कया, िजनक सहायता के बगैर शायद ऐसा भ आयोजन मुम कन नह हो पाता। सांसद िब टू ने जहां शोभा या ा के आयोजन के िलए सं था को बधाई दी, वह पर उ ह ने भिव य म कसी भी तरह के समाजसेवी आयोजन म अपनी ओर से पूण सहयोग दन े े का भरोसा दया। िब टू ने कहा क इस दश े के िनमाण म डा. अंबेदकर का एक बड़ा योगदान है और मौजूदा लोकतांि क व था म उनक दन े को नह भुलाया जा सकता। पूव िवधायक स ग ं ड़ा ने लोग को डा. अंबेदकर के ज म दवस क बधाई दत े े ए कहा क डा. अंबेदकर क दिलत समाज को एक बड़ी दन े ह,ै िज ह ने सबको समानता के साथ जीने का हक दया। उ ह ने
एिशयन लब के दल ने कया चीफ किम र इनकम टै स का ध यवाद
लुिधयाना - (flVh okbZCl) एिशयन लब इं टरनेशनल के एक दल ने इसके सलाहकार व अमे रका से पधारे भूिम वै ािनक डॉ. रं जीत सह ढ ल के नेतृ व म चीफ किम र इनकम टै स बी के झा से िमलकर उनके ारा व टकल गाडन जैसी पयावरण र क योजना शहर को दन े े के िलए उनका आभार कया व फू ल भट करके उनका ध यवाद कया. लब के िनमाता एवं बंध िनदशक योितष स ाट सुख मदर सह ने
कहा, िजन घर म क ी ज़मीन नह ह,ै वहां दीवार पर इस तरह के गाडन बनाकर पयावरण सूंदर व दष ु ण मु बनाया जा सकता ह,ै िजसक लागत भी नाम मा ही होती ह.ै उ ह ने लब ारा आयोिजत क जाने वाली
सां कृ ितक व सामािजक गितिविधय के बारे बताया. इस मौके अशोक मािलक, डॉ एस बी पांधी, डी के सचदव े ा, राज़ ठाकु र, सनी ब ा, योित गु ा, अिमता पुिनयानी आ द िवशेष तौर पर उपि थत थे.
कहा क दिलत समाज को आज एकजुट होने क ज रत ह,ै ता क समाज व दश े क तर और खुशहाली संबंधी डा. अंबेदकर क सोच पर खरा उतरा जा सके । दल क ओर से सांसद रवनीत सह िब टू को फ - ए- कौम बाबू अजीत कु मार, पूव िवधायक यादगारी अवाड से स मािनत कया गया। जब क पूव िवधायक शगारा राम स ग ं ड़ा को डा. बीआर अंबेदकर अवाड दक े र स मािनत कया गया। इसके
अलावा, िवधायक सुरे डावर, िवधायक संजय तलवाड़, मालवा स याचारक मंच के चेयरमैन कृ ण कु मार बावा, पूव मं ी मलक यत सह दाखा, पाषद गुरदीप सह नीटू , पाषद पित िवपन िवनायक का िवशेषतौर पर स मान कया गया। इस अवसर पर अ य के अलावा, पाषद सुरे अटवाल, पाषद मन ीत सह म ा, इं जीत सह, सिवता धांधरा मंडल सै े टरी भाजपा, सबजीत सह
Bureau of Employment Generation & Training holds awareness Camp LUDHIANA, APRIL 1 3 ( C i t y Vi b e s ) : District Bureau of Employment Generation and Training organized an awareness camp at its ofﬁce for the candidates who were found eligible for Mahatma Gandhi Sarbat Vikas Yojna (MGSVY) on Friday. D e p u t y Director Meenakshi Sharma apprised 60 candidates about the upcoming placement camps which would be held from April 20 to 27 in which several companies are participating to select the youths for various
trades' jobs. She exhorted them to be responsible, sincere, and open to new ideas for attaining success in life. She also called upon them to become a great learners and hard workers in their lives. All the candidates were also registered for the placement camps. O n t h e occasion, Functional manager Sukhwinder Singh Rekhi and others explained them about various schemes being started for the setting up their own ventures.
किडय़ाना, अिनल अटवाल , भरत कु शवाहा, डा. शैलेश कु मार, िवनोद कु मार, िशव शंकर जापित, िजलेदार जी डा. राणा ताप स सेना, राज कु मार है पी, राजेश बोध, डा. गौरव, िवजय सहजल, गुरदीप चावला, रामा चौहान, रणजीत, बीके टांक, नंद कशोर, डा. मनोज िबरदी, भावाधस ऐकता इ लािमया मंच के धान बबलू खान, बृजेश कु मार, पूव सरपंच चरणदास तलवंडी, गुरचरण भलवान जमालपुर भी मौजूद रह।े
Army Written Test On May 27 free Coaching For Youths LUDHIANA, APRIL 13 City Vibes): The administration would offer free coaching to the youths aspiring for the recruitment in Army from April 16 to May 26. The free coaching would be provided to the candidates who have cleared physical medical ﬁtness tests duri n g t h e A r m y Recruitment Rally held from April 04 to 08 at Dholewal Military Complex. District Defence S e r v i c e s We l f a r e Ofﬁcer, Lieut-Col (retd) Jasbir Singh Boparai said that coaching would be provided in
government schools of various areas (see list) under the supervision of District Education Ofﬁcer (Secondary). He said the aim of the coaching that maximum youths belonging to district can clear the written exam on May 27. He said that the candidates should report at the above mentioned places at 8 am on April 16. He said that for more information, anyone can contact on 1612741066 or visit the ofﬁce of District Defence Services Welfare Ofﬁcer, Near Clock Tower Chowk, Ludhiana.
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GEMINI: You'll find your emotions are being superenergized this week... It's when you can be dangerously psychic or intuitive at times and totally clueless a few moments later...This can be a great time for your career/professional life if you can find a way to remain focused on the current task without getting distracted or sidetracked. CANCER: You can be a whining little cry-baby that is hopeless and pathetic... Or you can harness the incredible surge of emotion and power that can help raise you up to higher levels of life & love... This energy isn't for the weak and Cancer is "Cardinal" sign and definitely is not weak by nature...You're being asked to give in, release negativity & allow fate to happen. LEO: The more serious you get, the more predictable and boring you appear to others... (sorry to be blunt)... Your sign rules the 5th House of Love & Romance... Of imagination and creativity... You cannot allow yourself to get shackled down by Modern Life... That doesn't mean living in a dream-land, but more to use your creativity & imagination to rise above any problems so you can get back to what you do best... (Play & Create) VIRGO: The universe is trying to bring a natural state of inner peace & harmony to you. A big factor in this depends upon you being an active part in your personal relationships with others... It's about knowing when you need to take the lead, or when to allow others to "drive the bus". Just Focus!! Listen closely to what others are saying... LIBRA: In a way, this current chart is trying to tell you that whatever negativity, anger or aggression you may be feeling inside, you need to get over it so you can move ahead...t's clear the universe is bringing your inner strength & determination together to allow you to reach levels you never thought possible. The key is to do one thing at a time... To make a plan and then follow it... SCORPIO: The universe is trying to make you more aware of the "hidden truths" that others are trying so desperately to ignore or not accept... You need to reevaluate many of your own personal beliefs to be sure. ... Don't simply rely on what others are telling you. SAGITTARIUS: the universe is definitely trying to make you very aware of something... And with the Sun & the North Node aligned in your 1st House... It all has to do with being original and creative... It's very clear that the universe is trying to lift you to a higher position of leadership, honor & personal respect. CAPRICON: Communication is super important, but "taking action" is the key this week... It's knowing what needs to be done and doing it now and doing things right... The way they should be done. It's using your insights and looking ahead and making your plans to ensure your needs will be met in the future. AQUARIOUS: Everybody may have the right words, but the real question becomes can you rely upon them to follow through when you need them the most?... With Uranus on your 5th House cusp and going direct later this week, the universe is making sure you're not being naive... You must be prepared to take action. PISCES: Curtail your negativity. Do not undermine your confidence and self esteem as this week will be a bit demanding than the previous one. Things are sure to improve with your hard efforts. Also curtail your habit of believing every one... Your chances of success in a court case are more depending upon the effort you put in to turn the tide.
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ARIES: Everything in your chart is starting to click & fall into place... There is a lot of abundance & prosperity indicated... With all that being said, you have to make sure you can handle the higher levels without turning into an ass... TAURUS: Your chart is trying to bring you into new uncharted territory... The opportunities for a much richer life experience (not just in wealth but overall satisfaction) ... But you need a clear head & heart to make the most of it. No free rides in this universe.
Remember: you've got this...
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For some people, this may mean almost complete silence, Mall Road, Ludhiana for others, background music helps. Some of us need everything completely tidy 0161-5013918 and organized in order to concentrate, while others thrive in a more cluttered 93175-99918 environment. Think about what works for you, and take the time to get it right. APPOINTMENT BY PHONE Use ﬂow charts and diagrams Visual aids can be really helpful when revising. At the start of a topic, challenge yourself to write down everything you already know about a topic - and then highlight where the gaps lie. Closer to the exam, condense your revision notes into one-page diagrams. Getting your ideas down in this brief format can then help you to quickly recall everything you need to know during the exam. Practice on old exams One of the most effective ways to prepare for exams is to practice taking past versions. This helps you get used to the format of the questions, and - if you time yourself - can also be good practice for making sure you spend the right amount of time on each section. Explain your answers to others Parents and little brothers and sisters don't have to be annoying around exam time. Use them to your advantage. Explain an answer to a question to them. That will help you to get it clear in your head, and also to highlight any areas where you need more work. Organize study groups Get together with friends for a study session. You may have questions that they have the answers to and vice versa. As long as you make sure you stay focused on the topic for an agreed amount of time, this can be one of the most effective ways to challenge yourself. Take regular breaks While you may think it's best to study for as many hours as possible, this can actually be counterproductive. If you were training for a marathon, you wouldn't try and run 24 hours a day. Likewise, studies have U D O K U - Can You Do it! shown that for long-term retention of knowledge, taking regular breaks really SUDOKU is one of the most interesting helps. puzzle games of the world played by Everyone's different, so develop a study routine that works for you. If you study children of age 5 to 100. Just fill the game in better in the morning, start early before taking a break at lunchtime. Or, if you're 1 such a way more productive at nighttime, take a larger break earlier on so you're ready to 7 3 6 8 that every 2 3 5 row, column settle down come evening. and 3 x3 Try not to feel guilty about being out enjoying the sunshine instead of hunched 2 9 subsection of over your textbooks. Remember Vitamin D is important for a healthy brain. 1 2 5 9 x 9 square 2 must include Snack on brain food You may feel like you deserve a treat, or that you 3 8 4 all digits 1 don't have time to cook, but what you eat can really have an impact on energy 5 9 4 6 through 9 in levels and focus, so keep away from junk food. Keep your body and brain well4 8 5 1 6 a n y o r d e r. 5 9 8 3 2 G O O D fuelled by choosing nutritious foods that have been proven to aid concentration and memory, such as ﬁsh, nuts, seeds, yogurt and blueberries. The same applies LUCK! 1 8 on exam day - eat a good meal before the test, based on foods that will provide a slow release of energy throughout. Sugar may seem appealing, but your energy CV KAKURO -9 levels will crash an hour later. 14 4 15 11 29 Plan your exam day Make sure you get everything ready well in advance 32 6 10 of the exam - don't leave it to the day before to suddenly realize you don't know 29 the way, or what you're supposed to bring. Check all the rules and requirements, 6 11 and plan your route and journey time. If possible, do a test run of the trip. If not, 34 25 11 14 write down clear directions. 8 7 Work out how long it will take to get there - then add on some extra time. You 23 29 12 6 41 really don't want to arrive having had to run halfway or feeling frazzled from 22 losing your way. You could also make plans to travel to the exam with friends or 8 11 classmates, as long as you know they're likely to be punctual. 28 28 Drink plenty of water a ﬁnal tip, remember that being well hydrated is essential for your brain to work at its best. Make sure to remember this.
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Physio tie up with Tennis Academy Managers going as coaches, says Seema LUDHIANA (City Vibes): Dr. Ambuja Bhardwaj, a university rank holder student of MPT (Sports) AND and Medical Advisor for CITY VIBES has told City Vibes that Physiocare clinics, the leading chain of physiotherapy clinics in punjab with state of art equip ments and dedicated team of specialist physiotherapists has got tied up with Harvest tennis academy for physiotherapy services, injury prevention program and regular screening of their players. Dr. Som Gupta, director & chief physiotherapist physiocare clinics said that injury prevention should be an important part of every p h y s i c a l a c t i v i t y, because it not only helps you achieve your training goals but also keeps you healthy and safe. Ms. Harshita Nagar, director harvest campus told that harvest campus has India’s largest modern tennis infrastructure with 14 ﬂoodlit courts and this tie up with physiocare will deﬁnitely help our budding, national & international level players in injury prevention as well as enhancing their muscular performance.
CWG 2018: Anish Bhanwala, 15, India’s youngest Commonwealth Games medallist
Anish Bhanwala broke Games record on Friday as he earned a gold medal in the Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol to take India’s medal tally to 34 on Day 9 of Common wealth Games 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia. With the feat, the 15year old became the youngest medallist for India in the history of CWG. The teenager shot a score of 30/40 in the ﬁnal after topping qualiﬁcation to give India 16th gold medal, surpassing Glasgow CWG 2014
tally of 15 golds. His score of 30 is the same as that of Rio Olympic silver medallist in 2016. Anish, who needed a perfect ﬁve, got all the shots right in the ﬁnal round to break the G ames record in his debut. On becoming the youngest athlete in the Indian team, Anish said, “I’m very excited that I became the Commonwealth champion. I am the youngest athlete from India to win Common wealth gold at 15.” On his next
target, Anish said, “Next are the world championships (in South Korea) and Asian Games (Indonesia). I will celebrate with my coach.” The Junior World Cup gold medalist shooter, who is a Class X student, got permission from the Central Board of Secondary Education to take his Board exams next month. The National Riﬂe Association of India wrote to CBSE since the Class X and shooting dates were overlapping.
Punia, silver medal winner at CWG 2018, GOLD COAST: The shadow of controversy could be trailing her everywhere but Seema Punia still shines through it all. On Thursday, she became India’s most decorated athlete in the Common wealth Games. The 34-year-old, who began with a silver in the 2006 Games in Melbourne, bagged her third silver in what could be her ﬁnal Commonwealth Games to take her collection to four. The other medals - a bronze and silver came in 2010 and 2014. The Indian, who went into the meet after some solid preparation on foreign shores, straightaway jumped into the lead as her heave landed at 60.41m. The response from defending champion Dani Stevens of Australia, who bagged a bronze behind Punia in 2006, was immediate as she snatched the lead with a throw of 61.39. Punia never managed to better her ﬁrst effort, her series then reading 59.57, x, 58.54, x, 58.90m even as
Stevens moved from strength to strength, touching a new Games record mark of 68.26 on her fourth attempt at the Carrara stadium. “I could have done better. If I’m starting with 60, then I should have improved to 63 or 64. But I couldn’t,” she said. A lament followed: “How can I train without a coach. There was no one to tell me the ﬁner points which could have helped me in the competition,” Punia said. Pressed further, Punia said: “Arey, manager log coach banke aaya hain (Managers have come as coaches)!” Asked whether she felt
the gold was out of her grasp, Punia said she was surprised by Stevens’ performance. “I used to train with her, so I know her performance. But today I was surprised to see her ﬁtness. She is a much better thrower and I wanted to ﬁght but that didn’t happen as my throw didn’t come properly,” Punia said. Asked about her training base in preparation for the Games, Punia asked why was the media so interested in her training. “I have opened the account and given the country a medal. So what purpose would be served
by ﬁnding that out. I train at home and abroad but yes there are beneﬁts of training abroad. I trained in the USA,” she said with a give-away smile. On her long standing rivalry with Stevens, starting from 2006, Punia said, “She has got a team of around eight persons working with her. But who is there for us. We train and throw ourselves,” Punia said. “I’ll be around only till 2020 and I hope I can give my best in these two years. After that my body won’t allow me to compete,” Punia said.
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