BJP sponsored march in the national capital :

AAP response on shameful incidents during a BJP sponsored march in the national capital :
Mr Anupam Kher and his associates have set an extremely wrong precedent on the roads of the national capital by countering the arguments of intellectuals from various walks of life, by hurling threats and abuses on them during the march led by him.
Peaceful marches and counter-marches with opposing views from both sides could have triggered a healthy debate, but the path chosen by Mr Kher and his associates of hurling abuses on those speaking against the prevailing culture of intolerance and raising provocative slogans has exposed the real designs of Saturday’s march.
The marchers, majority of whom appeared to be political workers did not even spare journalists covering the event and indulged in condemnable and shameful behavior against women reporters.
There is no doubt that this march was supported by the BJP, and the organizers in their desperation to somehow divert attention from the agenda of intolerance being pursued by the Narendra Modi-led  central government, ended up showing their real colours of hooliganism on the roads of Delhi.
It is unfortunate that the Modi government instead of addressing the issues raised by intellectuals from different fields and reining in the fringe elements which seem to be crossing all limits of decency with each passing day, is indulging in a game of brazening it out.
Modi government must understand that voices of dissent are the basic essence of a healthy democracy and instead of treating it as a situation of adversity, it must immediately embark on a path of course correction by initiating a dialogue in a conducive atmosphere.

66th Senior National Basketball Championship

Dates & Venues Announced for Senior and Sub-junior National Basketball Championships
Bengaluru/New Delhi, 6 November 2015: The Basketball Federation of India (BFI) has officially announced the dates and venues of the 66thSenior National Basketball Championship for Men and Women, and of the 42nd Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship for Boys & Girls.
The 66th Senior National Basketball Championship will be organized by BFI in association with Karnataka Basketball Association in Mysore from 9th to 16th January, 2016. The venue will be the Chamundi Vihar Indoor Stadium, Mysore.
The 42nd Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship will be organized by BFI in association with Pondicherry Basketball Association in Puducherry from 2nd to 8th February, 2016. The venue for the matches will be the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Puducherry. Only players born on or after 01.01.2002 are eligible to participate.
For more information, please keep visiting, where fixtures, groupings and rosters will be made public closer to the actual Championship dates.

Heena Sidhu Wins Gold on Day 4 of 13th Asian Shooting Championship

New Delhi, November 06, 2015: Heena Sidhu confirmed a welcome return to shooting form, when she backed up her Gold medal winning effort at home at the 8th Asian Air Gun Championship, with another Gold Medal on Day 4 of the 13th Asian Shooting Championship here in Kuwait City. Heena shot an excellent 198.2 in the finals to edge out Mongolian Gundegma Otreyad who shot 198. Jangmi Kim of Korea won the Bronze.
The medal winning efforts of India on Day 4 are as follows:
10M Air Pistol Women
Heena Sidhu struck Gold shooting a score 198.2 in the finals. Gundegma Otreyad of Mongolia won the Silver shooting 198 while Jangmi Kim of Korea won the Bronze ending with a score of 176.2

10M Air Pistol Women Junior
Shri Nivetha backed up her Gold medal winning performace at the 8th Asian Air Gun Championship held in Delhi with another Gold here in Kuwait City. She shot 195.8 in the finals to edge out Shinemurun Nyamdorj of Mongolia who shot 195.4. Heesun Kim of Korea won the Bronze shooting 174.4.
Shreya Gawande, Shri Nivetha and Oshin Tawani also won the Team Gold with a combined total of 1114. Mongoloia won the Silver and Korea the Bronze
10M Air Pistol Youth Women

The Team of Nayani Bharadwaj (374), Harshada Nithave (374) and Malaika Goel (365) won the Team Gold in the 10M Air Pistol Youth Women event.
25M Pistol Men Junior
Shivam Shukla of India won Gold shooting a score of 576 to finish ahead of Jungwoo Park (575) and Jaekyoon Lee (572) of Korea respectively. Shivam, Arjun Das and Achal Pratap Grewal also won the Team Silver medal in the event.
Junior Skeet Men’s
Angad Bajwa secured the individual gold in the Junior Skeet Men’s category. He shot 121 in the qualifications, following up with a score 15 in the semi finals. His gold medal match score was 12.
The team of Angad Bajwa (121), Anant Naruka (112) and Arjun Mann (114) shot a total of 347 to walk away with the team Gold in the category.


  • First single to be released by the guitar guru
  • Features some incredible collaborations with celebrated cello player Tapan Malik, guitarist Nishant Agarwal and percussionist Varun Gupta
  • To be launched on the world wide web on 8 November
November 07, 2015: Susmit Sen, one of India’s most celebrated and well-known guitarists and the founder of India’s most popular fusion band, Indian Ocean, announced the release of a new single composed by him. TitledThe Iceberg Project, the song is a veritable treat for music lovers.
The track is vintage Susmit featuring his trademark guitar work and a remarkable collaboration with master cello player Tapan Malik, guitarist Nishant Agarwal and percussionist Varun Gupta.
Poignant and melancholic at times, uplifting at others, The Iceberg Project is an immensely thought provoking piece. The composition is a projection of today’s darkness and how it is transformed into a positive world. The initial part of the composition questions every aspect of human existence and the latter focuses on how to change the same by diverting attention to the beauty that surrounds us.
Launched in association with The Big Band Theory, The Iceberg Project is the culmination of an episodic series that highlighted the various stages of how an idea evolves through and the different elements and aspects in building an original composition.
Talking about The Iceberg Project, Susmit Sen says, “It has been a great experience for me working on the composition. I think the track has been able to capture the emotions I wanted to convey. It has been great working with Tapan, Nishant and Varun as well and I would like to thank them for their contributions.”
On naming the composition ‘The Iceberg Project’, Susmit says “Any creation is a manifestation of a creator’s feelings. Creations witnessed by the world are just the tip of an iceberg. The rest lie submerged – unheard, unseen…..”
The Iceberg Project releases on the world wide web on 8th November.

Senior Women’s Hockey team announced for Argentina Tour

Bhubaneshwar, 7th November 2015: Hockey India, the apex body for hockey in India, today announced the 18 member Indian senior women squad for the international matches to be played in Argentina from 18th – 30th November 2015.
The 18 member India squad announced today in the midst of the on-going National camp at Bhubaneshwar, Odisha will be led by experienced campaigner Ritu Rani. The second in command will be Deepika who is the Vice-Captain of the team. The Indian goalpost will be guarded by Savita and Rajani Etimarpu. The defence line will see vice-captain Deepika alongside Sunita Lakra, Susila Chanu Pukhrmbam, Jaspreet Kaur and Deep Grace Ekka. The midfield will have Captain Ritu Rani with Renuka Yadav, Lilima Minz, Navjot Kaur, Monika and Namita Toppo. Navneet Kaur, Rani, Poonam Rani, Vandana Kataria and Anuradha Devi Thokchom will complete the forward line for team India.
The Indian Women’s team has been on a high this year winning the second round of the Hockey World league earlier this year which was held in Delhi. The team gained 5th position in the Hockey World League Round 3 by the virtue of which they qualified for the Rio Olympics for the first time in 36 years.
“The team has been practicing together since the camp started. We believe in putting excessive emphasis on team work and the new team of Coaches and Support Staff are working hard to increase the work rate of each player. We have an experienced Captain and she knows how to lead by example. The qualifications for the Olympics have been a boost and we will be playing in similar conditions to that of Rio which will give us advantage in our Olympic campaign. I have full faith in the girls and I hope we will put up a good show together,” said Neil Andrew Hawgood, Chief Coach, Indian women’s hockey team.
Dr. Narinder Dhruv Batra, President, Hockey India said, “The girls have showcased what they are capable of with their recent achievements. Qualifying for the Olympics for the first time in 36 years is by itself a huge testimony to their hunger to succeed and capabilities. The inclusion of Support Staff to the team will only add to the teams confidence level and I am hopeful that we are up for some exciting results in the months to come, post which they would be gearing up for the biggest moment in an athlete’s life – the Summer Olympics 2016 in Rio.”
The Indian Women’s Squad for the Argentina tour is as follows:
  1. Savita
  2. Rajani Etimarpu
  1. Sunita Lakra
  2. Deepika (Vice Captain)
  3. Susila Chanu Pukhrmbam
  4. Jaspreet Kaur
  5. Deep Grace Ekka
  1. Renuka Yadav
  2. Ritu Rani (Captain)
  3. Lilima Minz
  4. Navjot Kaur
  5. Monika
  6. Namita Toppo
  1. Navneet Kaur
  2. Rani
  3. Poonam Rani
  4. Vandana Kataria
  5. Anuradha Devi Thokchom
The schedule for the series is as follows:
Shiv Naresh

Roger Van Gent set to join Indian Men’;s Hockey Team coaching staff

New Delhi, 07 November 2015: Hockey India, the apex body governing field hockey in India, has announced the appointment of Roger Van Gent coming as the Strategic Coach for the Indian Men’s Hockey Team. Roger will be joining the coaching staff for the Indian Men’s Hockey team and will be assisting Director – High Performance & Chief Coach, Men, Roelant Oltmans to work towards the much awaited Hero Hockey World League Final 2015 and for the Rio Olympics slated for next year.
Roger Van Gent, a Dutch citizen by nationality, embarked on his coaching career after securing the FIH high performance coaching qualification in 2000. Ever since then he has worked with various domestic teams in Netherlands. He himself has been a part of the first men’s team of a club, MEP in Boxtel, in the head division of Netherlands for a decade (1978-88). As a F.I.H. high performance coach, he added to the staff of the Kenyan National men’s team in 2007.
“Roger’s track record speaks for him and I am happy that he is coming on board in the coaching staff for the Indian’s men’s hockey team. He has strong strategic experience and I am sure his inputs will help the team and Roelant in bridging the gaps and work towards a successful campaign for the upcoming Hero Hockey World League and the 2016 Rio Olympics,” Said Mohd. Mushtaque Ahmad, Secretary General, Hockey India announcing Roger Van Gent’s appointment.
The Indian team is currently training at the SAI centre in Bengaluru and is schedule to take on Australia in a three match test series starting from 19 November 2015 and will participate in the Hero Hockey World League Final 2015 from 27 November 2015.
Shiv Naresh


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