Ojas and Taha win gold medals at national swim meet

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Indore swimmers bagged two gold medals in the second day of the national swimming competition to be held here at Mhownaka, located in Taran Pushkar on Thursday. In the men’s 100-meter butterfly, Ojas Agarwal won the gold medal. In the 800m freestyle, Taha Chandurwala secured first place among the boys by posting the best time. In the girls’ 800m, Ananya Julka won the yellow metal. Sarah Wilson from Indore took second place. In the 200m butterfly, Param Birthare finished first in the men’s race. Similarly, in the 200m butterfly, Kanya Nayyar won the gold medal in the women’s category. In the 200m butterfly, Ayushman Singh tasted golden success among the boys.

Praveen, Shrishti, Meenakshi, Swasti, Ishan, Shaurya after wins

The HMG Cup mini-junior badminton tournament kicked off at DPS, Rau on Thursday. Over 90 matches were played on opening day.

Praveen Mazumdar, Shrishti, Meenakshi, Swasti Sharma, Ishan Abad and Shaurya entered the second round by winning their respective first round matches. Approximately 300 entries were received for the tournament.

Kamal Kasturi and tournament secretary Wajid Ali and Sumit Tomar said Praveen Mazumdar beat Anay Srivastava 15-7, 15-5, Aman beat Akshay 15-0, 15-2. Meenakshi beat Ashanya Badham 13-15, 15-14, 15-10, Ishan Aabad beat Amesh Bhardwaj 15-5, 15-7, Shaurya beat Adab 15-10, 15-11 to enter the second round. In other matches, Anshul Patidar beat Vandesha 15-7, 15-7, Aarav Manmani beat Ravi Shankar Joshi 13-15, 15-7, 15-11, Avneesh Maurya beat Ivan Jain 15-4, 15-4 , Swasti Sharma, defeated Janhvi Yadav 15-5, 15-4.

Previously, the tournament was opened by Deputy State Tax Commissioner and international ultra-marathon runner Vijay Sohani. On this occasion, Malhari Kale and Anoop Pardeshi were present. Dr. Dharam Verma, Director of Studies of the DPS School, chaired the program.

Asad, Pranav and Torsha Singh pass taekwondo exam

Prerna Club, Narayan Bagh Child Development and Cultural Center, Asad Baig from Narayan Bagh Indore, Pranav Giri Goswami and Torsha Singh Rajawat passed the Blue One Line exam at the Taekwondo Sports Color Belt Examination, organized by the Madhya Pradesh Taekwondo Sports Association under the Taekwondo Federation. from India recently. At least 30 Taekwondo players from Prerna Club have taken the exam. Giving the information, Ram Makhaniya, technical president of Prerna Club, said that the successful players are as follows. Nikhil Pal, Ayan Ali Khan, Prithvi Singh Panwar, Sarthak Giri Goswami, Alankrita Pandey, Mishti Pancholi, Niharika Gaur, Rohan Sharma, Rudransh Singh Chauhan, Arnav Lashkari, Namita Pal, Shreya Gaur, Priyanka Chandravanshi, Pooja Chandravanshi and Yuvraj Prajapat got the Yellow Belt, Harshita Tomar, Himanshi Samaria, Riddhima Mehra, Prakhar Garde, Armansingh Kushwaha, Mohit Borasi and Mayank Borasi got Green Belt, Arshan Baig, Madhusudan Sharma Green One Line, Jayant Vyas, Anshuman Chaturvedi and Kashish Kashyap Blue Belt, Asad Baig, Pranav Giri Goswami and Torshasingh Rajawat passed the Blue One Line Belt exam. Dhirendra Gupta, Ram Makhaniya, Pratigami Sharma, Himanshu Rai, Mohit Kale, Ayush Baurasi Bhavya Agarwal, Sanjeevani Verma, Ayushi Jain, Mahak Rokade, Radhika were also successful. Mairal, Anjali Banjara, Anjali Chauhan, Anjali Verma, Diksha Gupta, Sakshi Gupta and Taekwondo Association Technical President Gajanand Sunhare congratulated the successful players.

CM Honors Pappu Yadav with Indore Pride Award

At the Indore Pride Day closing ceremony, Pappu Yadav, two-time Olympian and Arjuna Laureate, was honored by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. On the occasion, Ministers of State Tulsi Silawat and Usha Thakur, MP Shankar Lalwani and Vice President of the Olympic Association MP Om Soni were present, the chairman of the District Wrestling Association said. Indore, Omprakash Khatri.

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