Delhi Government has taken 15 strong measures to address the pollution crisis in Delhi based on people’s suggestions

International Wins for Indians

International Wins for Indians

Total 73 wins by 21 Indian players
Jeev Milkha Singh – 13 wins
European Tour
  • Volvo China Open 2006 (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
  • Volvo Masters 2006
  • Bank Austria Golf Open 2008
  • Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 2012
Asian Tour
  • Philippine Classic 1995
  • Asian Matchplay Championship 1995
  • Philip Morris Asia Cup 1996
  • Lexus International 1999
  • Barclays Singapore Open 2008
Japan Golf Tour
  • Casio World Open 2006
  • Golf Nippon Series JT Cup 2006
  • Nagashima Shigeo Invitational Sega Sammy Cup 2008
  • Golf Nippon Series JT Cup 2008
Arjun Atwal – 10 wins
PGA Tour
  • Wyndham Championship 2010
European Tour
  • Caltex Singapore Masters 2002 (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
  • Carlsberg Malaysian Open 2003 (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
  • Maybank Malaysian Open 2008 (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
Asian Tour
  • Indian Open 1999 (RCGC)
  • Hero Honda Masters 2000 (DLF G & CC)
  • Star Alliance Open 2000
  • Hero Honda Masters 2003 (DGC)
  • Dubai Open 2014
Nationwide Tour
  • Chattanooga Classic 2008
Jyoti Randhawa – 9 wins
Asian Tour
  • Hero Honda Masters 1998 (DGC)
  • Hero Honda Masters 1999 (DGC)
  • Indian Open 2000 (Classic GR)
  • Singapore Open 2000
  • Volvo Masters of Asia 2004
  • Indian Open 2006 (DGC)
  • Indian Open 2007 (DGC)
  • Singha Thailand Open 2009
Japan Golf Tour
  • Suntory Open 2003
Anirban Lahiri – 7 wins
European Tour
  • Maybank Malaysian Open 2015 (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
  • Indian Open 2015 (DGC) (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
Asian Tour
  • Panasonic Open India 2011 (DGC)
  • SAIL-SBI Open 2012 (DGC)
  • SAIL-SBI Open 2013 (DGC)
  • CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters 2014
  • Venetian Macau Open 2014
Gaganjeet Bhullar – 7 wins
Asian Tour
  • Indonesia President Invitational 2009
  • Asian Tour International 2010
  • Yeangder Tournament Players Championship 2012
  • Venetian Macau Open 2012
  • Indonesia Open 2013
  • Shinhan Donghae Open 2016
European Challenge Tour
  • Gujarat Kensville Challenge 2011 (Kensville G & CC)
SSP Chawrasia – 5 wins
European Tour
  • Emaar MGF Indian Masters 2008 (DGC) (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
  • Avantha Masters 2011 (DLF G & CC) (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
  • Indian Open 2016 (DGC) (co-sanctioned with Asian Tour)
Asian Tour
  • Panasonic Open India 2014 (DGC)
  • Resorts World Manila Masters 2016
Gaurav Ghei – 3 wins
Asian Tour
  • Gadgil Western Masters 1995 (DGC)
  • Mercuries Taiwan Masters 2006
  • Pine Valley Beijing Open 2007
Shiv Kapur – 3 wins
Asian Tour
  • Volvo Masters of Asia 2005
European Challenge Tour
  • Gujarat Kensville Challenge 2013 (Kensville G & CC)
  • Dubai Festival City Challenge Tour Grand Final 2013
Ali Sher – 2 wins
Asian Tour
  • Indian Open 1991 (DGC)
  • Indian Open 1993 (DGC)
Rashid Khan – 2 wins
Asian Tour
  • SAIL-SBI Open 2014 (DGC)
  • Chiangmai Golf Classic 2014
Chikkarangappa – 2 win
Asian Development Tour
  • TAKE Solutions India Masters 2014 (Eagleton)
  • TAKE Solutions India Masters 2015 (Eagleton)
PG Sethi (A) – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Indian Open 1965 (RCGC)
Feroz Ali Mollah – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Indian Open 1998 (RCGC)
Vijay Kumar – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Indian Open 2002 (DGC)
C Muniyappa – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Indian Open 2009 (DLF G & CC)
Rahil Gangjee – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Volkswagen Masters China 2004
Harmeet Kahlon – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Hero Honda Masters 2002 (DLF G & CC)
Himmat Singh Rai – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • ISPS Handa Singapore Classic 2011
Digvijay Singh – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Panasonic Open India 2012 (DGC)
Chiragh Kumar – 1 win
Asian Tour
  • Panasonic Open India 2015 (DGC)

Sujjan Singh – 1 win
Asian Development Tour
  • Taman Dayu Championship 2012

AAP National convener statement on current situation

National Convener of the Aam Aadmi Party and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today demanded that the Prime Minister find a solution within 24 hours to the economic emergency he has unleashed in India. He asked that action be taken against the real hoarders of black money, instead of indulging in emotional speeches that do nothing to solve practical problems faced by crores of Indians today. There is a widespread chaos across the country because of a severe cash crunch, which was a result of the Central Government’s sudden announcement to demonetize Rs 500 & Rs 1000 notes. Crores of people are facing desperate situations in which they have no money to buy basic necessities like food. At a time like this when people are anxious about what lies in the future, there appears to be no effort from the Government to alleviate the suffering of ordinary Indians. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned from Japan, there was an expectation that he would announce something that would stop this ordeal immediately. However, that was not the case.
CM Arvind Kejriwal said, “First PM Modi said that in 2-3 days ATMs would be functional and normalcy would return. Then Arun Jaitley declared in a press conference that it would take 2-3 weeks to recallibrate ATMs for new notes and then the situation would get better. Today, when Mr Modi spoke in Goa he asked the people to give the Government 50 days to fix the crisis.The chaos is such that people are not willing to grant even 50 hours more to the Prime Minister. People are dying in the country, of shock and of hunger. Ever since the PM delivered his speech announcing this decision, the panic has only been growing. Labourers are dying in long lines at the ATM, weddings are being called off.”
“I was extremely saddened by the kind of language the Prime Minister has used for those who have been worst hit by this crisis. He said those who are lining up in queues are people who have been involved in scams. Are those people resorting to suicide, those dying at the gates of hospitals, those dying of shock scamsters? What kind of joke is he pulling on the people of India? We demand that he apologize to the people for insulting them,” said AAP’s National Convener Arvind Kejriwal.
The Chief Minister also questioned the Prime Minister’s seriousness in tackling the problem of corruption and black money. “When you say that a majority of Indians are honest and only a few are dishonest, why do your actions indicate otherwise? Why are the millions of honest Indians being forced to line up outside banks and ATMs? Why don’t you take action against your rich industrialist friends who are the real culprits? You had promised to arrest and prosecute Robert Vadra. What came of that promise? You had claimed that all of India’s black money is lying in Swiss banks abroad. Name one step you have taken to bring that black money back to the country. A list of 658 names came from one such bank in 2013 that revealed the identities of all the big fish who have hoarded black money abroad. The problem is that they are all your friends now and you will not take action against them. You are no different from the Congress which had a deep nexus with the corrupt system.”
“The PM wants countrymen to support him for 50 days. How do we support him when there is no food to eat, no milk for children to drink? I don’t think he realises what he has unleashed on the country. Instead of taking the country for a ride with emotional speeches, he needs to go back to his drawing board and rethink this scheme,” said CM Arvind Kejriwal.
The Prime Minister needs to seriously think about what his government is doing to the economic system of this country. In today’s speech he made light of the severe crisis facing this country today. The Aam Aadmi Party demands that the Government find a solution to this problem within 24 hours before the economic system collapses. The Government needs to take real action against black money, and not indulge in theatrics and drama.


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