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  • 1st Intl. Conference on Sports Medicine & Sports Sciences in Delhi

    New Delhi, Dec 8: In modern sports, the secret behind performance enhancement lies in the application of science & technology in the training of athletes. In the race towards the medals podium, the gap between the victor and the vanquished lies in millimeters, milligrams and microseconds. Sports Medicine & Sports Sciences can bridge this gap and help the athletes to reach the podium. With this objective in mind...

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  • Kumbh Mela intangible cultural heritage of humanity: UNESCO

    New Delhi, Dec 8: ndia's Kumbh Mela has been recognised by UNESCO as an "intangible cultural heritage of humanity" and held up as the world's largest peaceful gathering of pilgrims. The external affairs ministry today said the recognition was accorded by the Inter-governmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, an entity which works under UNESCO. The decision to recognise the Kumbh Mela...

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  • Cyclone Ockhi: J P Nadda speaks to Gujarat, Tamil Nadu health ministers

    New Delhi, Dec 6: Union Healh Minister J P Nadda spoke to health ministers of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu, assuring them of all help from the Centre for dealing with the possible damage caused by Cyclone Ockhi. JP Nadda said his ministry is geared up with all necessary resources and a team of doctors has been put on standby for any exigency. He also directed the officials in his ministry to stay in touch with the state...

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  • Armed Forces Flag Day observed across country

    New Delhi, Dec 7: Armed Forces Flag Day observed throughout the country to honor the martyrs and the men in uniform who valiantly fought on our borders to safeguard the country's honor. December 7 marks the annual Armed Forces Flag day in India since 1949. The Flag Day as the name suggests, brings to the forefront our obligation of looking after our disabled comrades-in-arms, widows and dependents of those who have sacrificed their lives for the country. The day is also dedicated towards collection of funds from people for welfare of Indian Armed forces...

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  • India successfully launches surface-to-air missile Akash

    New Delhi Dec 6: The Surface to Air Missile AKASH with indigenous radio frequency seeker against target Banshee, has been successfully launched from the Launch Complex-III at ITR Chandipur on Tuesday. The Radars, telemetry and electro-optical systems along the coast have tracked and monitored all the health parameters of the missile. This missile is being inducted into Army as Short Range Surface to Air Missile. This is the first Surface to Air Missile with indigenous seeker that has been test fired. With this success, India has achieved the capability of making...

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  • Women Football players calls on Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi, Dec 6: A group of Women Football players from Jammu and Kashmir called on the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi today. The 25 players, including three officials, formed the Team, - J&K “Chief Minister’s XI”, who played in the Indian Women’s League Football Championship held in Kolhapur, Maharashtra recently. Of the 22 Girls, 11 are from J&K, - five from Kashmir Valley, four from Jammu region and two from Ladakh. Interacting with the Union Home Minister, the Girls drew his attention to the need for creating better sports infrastructure...

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