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Purple army unites at Canberra relay for life
Sydney Morning Herald

Purple army unites at Canberra relay for life

Anyone flying over the Australian Institute of Sport on Saturday and early Sunday could be forgiven for thinking the running track had been flooded by a purple-yellow whirlpool. Between 1400 and 1600 cancer survivors, carers and supporters strapped ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
Sakaal Times

First spine lab to be set up at Army Sports Institute

Pune: Giving an utmost importance to sports, the Indian Army for the first time has decided to set up a dedicated spine laboratory for early stage detection of spine injuries of players at the city-based Army Sports Institute (ASI). Army ...
 Sakaal Times2 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Army job in Gora Ho's quiver

Seraikela archer Gora Ho has found a job avenue as he will be joining Army Boys Sports Company (ABSC), a sports institute of Bihar Regiment in Danapur, an infantry of Indian Army. The 15-year-old Indian round archer, a cadet of government-run archery cradle ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
DNA India

Indian Army does nation proud: 10 soldiers qualifiy for 2016 Rio Olympics

The Indian Army continued its proud tradition of contributing towards the nation's sports performance in the global arena, as ten of its soldiers qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics. The training of the qualified sportsperson is being carried out ...
 DNA India1 month ago Men on Mission  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago City-based APTC set to get additional instructors  Sakaal Times2 weeks ago Indian news on March 19, 2016  AndhraNews.net1 month ago
Sakaal Times

ASI runner breaks 12-yr-old record, Sets sights on Rio

PUNE: He wanted to become a successful athlete and joining the Army made his dream come true. Armyman Naib Subedar Arokia Rajiv, who trains at the Army Sports Institute (ASI) in Pune, broke a 12-year-old record in the 400 meter race, setting the ...
 Sakaal Times2 days ago
DNA India

Threat to freedom of expression?

The alleged celebrations by Kashmiri students of the National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, after India's loss in the WorldT20 semifinals against West Indies on March 31, led to clashes between local and non-local students. This incident in the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago #dnaEdit: NIT Srinagar campus clashes could have long term repercussions in Kashmir  DNA India4 weeks ago

A manager-less organization

Can you imagine an army without a sergeant, lieutenant, captain, major, and colonel? Can you think of a basketball team without an assistant coach and coach? Could a symphony orchestra dish out good music without a conductor? Can a business ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago
United News of India

Life returns to normal with shops, schools open, traffic plying

NTPC R&D arm ropes in German institute for research on solar PV, CPV technologies Chithirai car festival held with religious fervour at Meenakshi Temple Steel consumption in India rises 4.5 pc in FY16 Govt aims at 2.5 times increase in award, ...
 United News of India2 weeks ago

IPL and the great Indian sporting revival

And no, the commercial sporting leagues didn't cause the drought, says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: The opening game of IPL 9 at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, April 9, 2016: Ishant Sharma celebrates after taking Rohit Sharma's wicket. Photograph: BCCI If you look for a connection between the Indian Premier League being held in Maharashtra's big cities and withering drought in its interior, the answer would depend on which one of the two definitions of IPL you prefer. Tamasha or sport? Further, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Shekhar Gupta: IPL vs drought - confusing competitive sport with nationalism  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

NIT ROW: Politicizing Institutions of Learning

Let's not allow our education institutions to become political war zones Srinagar, Publish Date: Apr 18 2016 12:15AM | Updated Date: Apr 18 2016 12:15AM File Photo Skirmishes borne at NIT Srinagar are as old as the institute itself, since it has ...
 Greater Kashmir2 weeks ago
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