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Sunday, 27 February 2022

15th Manav Rachna Corporate cricket Challenge : HDFC Bank & Adidas Won The Match

15th Manav Rachna Corporate cricket Challenge : HDFC Bank & Adidas Won The Match


FARIDABAD : 3rd Match of  dated 26.02.22 Evening  was played between HDFC Bank and ACE .  The Chief guest of the day was Mr. Sarkar Talwar, Director Sports, MRIIRS. Mr. Talwar gave Good Luck Message to both the teams and said that the sportsmanship must be maintained and to win, they must play their natural game.


Captain of  ACE won the toss and elected to Bat first. ACE  Scored 292/9 runs in 20 Overs. For ACE team, Mr. Varun Saini played a brilliant inning he made 102 runs in just 39 balls (7 fours, 11 Sixes), Rajnesh made 55 runs in 17 balls ( 1 Four, 8 Sixes), Yashveer made 48 runs in 18 balls (2 fours, 6 Sixes), Monu Sharma made 34 runs in 19 balls ( 3 Fours, 2 Sixes) respectively.


For HDFC Bank  team bowling  Mr.Abhishek Lamba (4-0-32-2), Sachin Kumar (4-0-58-2) Mohit Kewal Sharma  (4-0-72-2), Kunal Jaitly (3-0-26-2)  for his team 


In reply HDFC Bank  team Comfortably made 293/7  runs in 19.3 Overs and Won the match by 3 Wickets.  For HDFC Bank  team Mr. Lovneet Saxena played a brilliant inning he  made 126 runs not out in just 42 Balls (8 Fours, 14 Sixes), Abhishek made 53 runs in 16 balls (2 Fours, 7 Sixes), Arun Chaudhary made 43 runs in 15 balls (2 Fours, 5 Sixes),  and Sidhant made 20 runs in 11 balls ( 1 Four, 2 Sixes)  for his team respectively.


For ACE Bowling Sunny Rawat (4-0-27-4), Santosh Singh (4-0-54-2),Neeraj (2.3-0-50-1)  for his team.


Mr. Lovneet Saxena of  HDFC Bank  team was declared ‘Man of the Match’ for his brilliant performance. He Scored 126 runs not out in just 42 balls for his team. The man of the match prize was given by Mr. Ramesh Chaudhary, Well Known Personality in Faridabad..




The 1st match of dated 27.02.22 Morning Played between Adidas and Hero Motocorp . The match was inaugurated by Mr. Sarkar Talwar, Director, Sports, MRIIRS. Captain of  Adidas won the toss and elected to Bat  first. Adidas Scored 294/6 runs in 20 overs. For Adidas  team  Mr. Rohan Gulati made 88 runs in 35 balls (6 Fours, 8 Sixes), Alok Anand made 79 runs in 30 balls (3 Fours, 9 Sixes) Rohit made 45 runs in 21 balls (2 Fours, 5 Sixes) and Yogesh Rana made 26 runs not out in 5 balls (4 Fours) for his team respectively.


The Successful bowlers for Hero Motocorp team were Mr. Sumit (4-0-42-2), Sandeep (4-0-58-2) Rohit (4-0-63-2),  for his team .


In reply Hero Motocorp team made only 247/9   runs in 20 Overs and Loose the match by 47 runs. For Hero Motocorp  team Mr. Raj Kumar made 51 runs  in 27 Balls (4 Fours, 4 Sixes), Harit Chaudhary made 37 runs in 16 balls (3 fours, 3 Sixes) Binoy made 29 runs  in 25 balls (2 Fours, 1 Six) and Rahul Dahiya made 26 runs in 10 balls (3 Fours, 2 Sixes) respectively.


For  Adidas Bowling Mr.Yogesh Rana (4-0-26-3), Rohan Gulati (3-0-38-3), Alok Anand (3-0-37-2) Subhash (3-0-37-1) for his team


Mr. Rohan Gulati  of  Adidas team was declared ‘Man of the Match’ for his brilliant performance. He Scored 88 runs  in  35 balls & took 3 important wickets  for his team.  The man of the match prize given by Mr. Ashok Bansal, Ex Ranji Player Haryana. 





Thursday, 22 April 2021

 Indian women create history at 2021 AIBA Youth Men’s and Women’s World Boxing Championships, end campaign with seven gold medals

Indian women create history at 2021 AIBA Youth Men’s and Women’s World Boxing Championships, end campaign with seven gold medals

New Delhi, April 23, 2021: Indian women boxers put up sensational performances as they created history at the 2021 AIBA Youth Men’s and Women’s World Boxing Championships and concluded their campaign on highly successful note with seven gold medals in Kielce, Poland on Thursday.


All the women finalists in action--Gitika (48kg) Naorem Babyrojisana Chanu (51kg), Poonam (57kg), Vinka (60kg), Arundhati Choudhary (69kg), T Sanamacha Chanu (75kg) and Alfiya Pathan (+81kg)— registered victories and finished on the top of the podium. Previously Indian women had won five gold medals during the 2017 edition of Youth World Championships held in Guwahati. India women’s team also finished as the No.1 team in the ongoing Championship ahead of Russia with seven gold medals.

Asian Youth Champion Sanamacha, who trains at boxing great MC Mary Kom’s academy in Imphal, added the historic sixth gold for India when she outperformed Kazakhstan’s Dana Diday 5-0 in the 75kg final. Later Young boxing sensation from Maharashtra Alfiya clinched the seventh gold for the country as she stunned a strong contender European Youth Champion Moldova’s Daria Kozorez 5-0 in the final.

“This has been an amazing effort from our youth boxers especially when the players had to be confined at home for most part of the last year and only make do with online training sessions. Our coaches and support staff did a stellar job despite the limitations and challenges. I congratulate all the winners on this unprecedented medal haul. This achievement is a testament of the talent we have in the upcoming generation of Indian boxing,” Boxing Federation of India President, Ajay Singh said while talking about the unprecedented medal haul by India at the AIBA Youth World Championships.

Earlier, Gitika led the country’s dominance and provided a perfect start for the day. The Haryana boxer, who came into the match beating two-time European Champion Italy’s Erika Prisciandaro, knocked down local favourite Natalia Kuczewska 5-0 in the women’s 48kg final and secured first gold medal for India at the on-going Championship.

The Asian Youth Champion Babyrojisana (51kg) and Poonam (57kg) further extended Indian winning momentum as the duo secured identical 5-0 victories to add two more gold medals. While Manipur boxer Babyrojisana looked in great touch during her flawless win against the European Junior Champion Russian Valeriia Linkova, Poonam also hit the aggressive mode from the word go and dominated her experienced opponent Sthelyne Grosy. With sharp and precise punches Poonam did not allow her opponent from France to score any point before completing an easy 5-0 triumph in the final bout.

Vinka (60kg) also produced a spectacular show as her punches, packed with a lot of power, were too strong for Kazakhstan boxer Zhuldyz Shayakhmetova. Referee had to stop the contest and declare Indian as the winner. Rajasthan boxer Arundhati added one more gold for Indian when she completed a fine 5-0 win against Polish boxer Barbara Marcinkowska in the 69kg final.

A 20-member Indian contingent had already created history by securing 11 medals at the on-going Youth World Championships bettering their previous best of 10 medals in 2018 edition. The only Indian men in the final, Sachin (56kg) will be in action tomorrow. Earlier in the men’s section Bishwamitra Chongthom (49kg), Ankit Narwal (64kg) and Vishal Gupta (91kg) won three bronze medals for the country with the semi-finals finish.

A 10-day biennial event, which had the men’s and women’s championship played together for the first time during the 2018 edition in Hungary, has witnessed high competition in presence of 414 boxers from 52 countries.  

Sunday, 14 March 2021

Manika, Sutirtha make winning starts at World Singles Qualification Tournament

Manika, Sutirtha make winning starts at World Singles Qualification Tournament

 Mumbai, March 14, 2021: Ace India paddlers Manika Batra and Sutirtha Mukherjee began their quest for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics berth on winning note as the duo registered comfortable straight-set victories in their respective women's singles knockout stage-I opening round matches at the World Singles Qualification Tournament in Doha on Sunday.

The Commonwealth Games gold medallist Batra dominated Bulgaria’s Maria Yovkova during her 11-5, 11-7, 11-4, 11-0 win. While Mukherjee faced some resistance from her opponent Lisa Lung in the fourth game but it was too late for Italian as Mukherjee wrapped the game as well as the match 11-3, 11-5, 11-7, 12-10 in her favour.  

Meanwhile, Achanta Sharath Kamal and Gnanasekaran Sathiyan suffered defeats against Italian opponents in their respective men's singles opening matches. While Sathiyan lost to Mihai Bobocica 11-7, 11-6, 11-8, 11-5, seasoned campaigner Sharath also couldn’t manage hold edge over Niagol Stoyanov as he went down fighting 11-9, 6-11, 8-11, 4-11, 11-8, 10-12. Both the Indians had received bye in the opening round.

With four Indians participating in the ongoing qualification event, where a total of nine (four men and five women) places are up for grabs and scheduled from March 14-17. In the men’s category, players are split into three knockout rounds with the winner of each knockout round earning himself a place in the singles event at the Tokyo Olympics. While the losing finalist and semi-finalists from each of the three knockouts, will be drawn into another knockout stage and the winner will secure the remaining one spot.

For the women’s category, entries are split into four knockouts with the winner of each knockout securing a spot in singles at the Tokyo Olympics. However, losing finalist from each of the four knockouts will fight for the remaining single berth as they will participate in the second stage where they will be drawn into a final knockout and the winner will make it to the Olympics.

Later tonight in the women’s second round matches, Batra will take on Uzbekistan’s Rimma Gufranova while Sutirtha will face a challenge from Russian Polina Mikhailova.  

Friday, 12 March 2021

एफआईए एवं मैट्रो अस्पताल फरीदाबाद ने संयुक्त रूप से शुरू किया स्वास्थ्य जागरूकता अभियान

एफआईए एवं मैट्रो अस्पताल फरीदाबाद ने संयुक्त रूप से शुरू किया स्वास्थ्य जागरूकता अभियान


फरीदाबाद, मार्च 13  I एफआईए एवं मैट्रो अस्पताल फरीदाबाद में कार्यरत विभिन्न उद्योगों एवं कंपनियों के कर्मचारियों को स्वास्थ्य जागरूक बनाए के लिए शुरू किया"एफआईए - मैट्रो स्वास्थ्य जागरूकता अभियान"

पदम विभूषण ,पदम भूषण बीसीरॉय से सम्मानित मैट्रो अस्पताल के चेयरमैन डॉक्टर पुरषोत्तम लाल ने बताया कि" विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन के अनुसार विश्व के बहुत सारे देशों में आधे से ज्यादा कर्मचारी अनौपचारिक क्षेत्र के उद्योगों में कार्यरत है, और यह सब किसी स्वास्थ्य बीमा या सुविधा के अंतर्गत नहीं आते।

एक अनुमान के मुताबिक विकास शील देशों में लगभग सवा करोड़ लोग हर साल नॉन कम्युनि के बल डिसीज़ आधारित लाइफ स्टाइल से जुड़ी बीमारियों से अपनी जान से हाथ धो बैठते है।"

फ़रीदाबाद इंडस्ट्रीज एसोसिएशन के प्रेसिडेंट श्री बीआर भाटिया ने इस मौके पर बताया किएक कर्मचारी औसतन अपना एक तिहाई जीवन अपने कार्य स्थल पर गुजारता है।कर्मचारियों की सेहत का किसी भी देश की अर्थव्यवस्था का सीधा संबंध है।कार्य क्षेत्र पर उपस्थित विभिन्न प्रकार के जोखिम जैसे किगर्मी, शोर, धुल, रसायन, मशीन, स्ट्रेस इत्यादि बीमारियों को बढ़ाती है।कर्मचारी जोकि स्ट्रेस एवं इस परिस्तिथियों 

में कार्य के उपरांत उनके धूम्रपान करने, व्यायामना कर ने एवं अस्वस्थ भोजन कर ने की संभावना को बढ़ाते है।"

मैट्रो अस्पताल फरीदाबाद के मेडिकल डारेक्टर एवं डाइरेक्ट रइंटरवेंशनल का र्डियोलॉजिस्ट डॉनी रज जैन ने बताया कि"विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन के अनुसार हृदय रोग, सुनन ने की क्षमता में कमी, चर्मरोग, लंग कैंसर, उच्च रक्त चाप, मधुमेह आदि बीमारियां कार्य स्थल से जुड़ी हैं ।इस कारण यह बहुत भी जरूरी है कि कर्मचारी अपनी स्वास्थ्य जीवन शैली खान पान के प्रति जागरूक रहें। इसके लिए उन्हें अपनी दिन चर्या में सैर एवं व्यायाम, धूम्र पान पर सख्त रोक,अपने वजन पर कंट्रोल,४० साल से ऊपर के लोगों को साल में एक बार ब्लड प्रेशर, ब्लड शुगर एवं सामान्य ख़ून की जाँच जरूर कराए ।यदि शरीर के को ई दर्द, गांठ, साँस फूलना आदि का कोई लक्षण देखें तो तुरंत डॉक्टर की सलाह लें, क्योंकि समय पर लीस लाह ईलाज़ पर खर्च एवं जीवन दोनों को बचाता है।"

मैट्रो अस्पताल के सीओओ एवं मेडिकल सुपरिटेंडेंट डॉ मंजिन्दर भट्टी ने बताया कि"इन्हीं तथ्यों को देखते हुए एफआईए फ़रीदाबाद इंडस्ट्रीज एसोसिएशन एवं मैट्रो अस्पताल फ़रीदाबाद ने फ़रीदाबाद में कार्यरत निजी क्षेत्र के कर्मचारियों को स्वास्थ्य के प्रति जागरूक बनाने के लिए स्वास्थ्य जागरूकता अभियान की शुरुआत की है।इस अभियान के अंतर्गत फ़रीदाबाद की निजी कंपनियों के कर्मचारियों की जांच मैट्रो अस्पताल के डॉक्टरों की टीम अगले साल में करेगी।फरीदाबाद में ४०० से ज्यादा उद्योग एवं इनमें  ४० लाख कर्मचारी काम करते है ।"



Wednesday, 10 March 2021

 Sharath loses in pre-quarters at WTT Star Contender Doha

Sharath loses in pre-quarters at WTT Star Contender Doha

Mumbai, March 11: Paddler Achanta Sharat Kamal’s impressive run at the WTT Star Contender Doha came to an end after the Indian suffered a 9-11, 8-11, 6-11 defeat at the hands of World No. 12 Dimitrij Ovtcharov in the men’s singles pre-quarterfinals match on Wednesday.

The World No. 32 Sharath, who surprised World No. 16 Germany’s Patrick Franziska in the last round, started the game well and gave a tough fight to his relatively higher-ranked German opponent as the first two games of the match went neck-to-neck before the London Olympics bronze medalist Ovtcharov turning the momentum in his favour. The German further capitalised on the 2-0 lead and wrapped up the match to enter the quarter-final stage.

With Sharath's defeat, Indian participation at the tournament came to an end. Earlier, Gnanasekaran Sathiyan and Manika Batra made second round exits in their respective singles categories.