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No one knows what will be the fate of projects which are underway (in the 12 districts of UP), added the official For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: August 31 2010 2:19 am Related News Rolling Tigers AcademyPanchkulawon as many as 19 medals in the Haryana School State Games held from August 27 to 30 at Karnal Anuj Sud and Navya Ohri of The GurukulSector 20PanchkulaAryan Pal Singh and Adhiraj Kundlas of St Xavier’sSector 20Panchkulahave been selected for School National Games Results:Under 11: Quads: Aryan Pal Singh(Gold in Rink2 and Bronze in Rink1)Adhiraj Kundlas(Gold in Rink1 and Silver in Road Race) of StXavier’s School; Under 11 Inline: Harsh Gupta(Bronze in Rink3) of The Gurukul; Under 11 Girls Inline: Navya Ohri(Silver in Rink3Silver in Rink4 and Silver in Road) of The Gurukul; Under 14 Inline Boys: Anuj Sud(Gold in Rink4 and Silver in Road Race)Gaurav Bishnoi(Bronze in Rink5) of The GurukulShubham Aggarwal(Gold in Road race) of DCModel School; Under 14 Girls Inline: Chhavi Bishnoi(Silver in Rink3Bronze in Rink4 and Bronze in Rink5) of The Gurukul; Under 14 Quads Girls: Priyanka(Silver in Rink1) of Bhavan Vidyalya; Under 14 Boys quads: Siddharth Jain(Silver in Rink2) of Shishu Niketen SchoolUnder 17 Boys Quads:Aditya Gandhi(Bronze in Road Race) of DCModel SchoolSudhanshu Jain(Bronze in Rink2) of Shishu Niketen School; Under 17 Girls Quads: Akrita(Bronze Rink2) of Little Flower SchoolUnder 19 Inline Boys: Anshul Sood (Bronze in Road Race) Rabteshwar fashions AKSIPS-41 winLed by Rabteshwar splendid knock of 52 runs in 48 ballsAKSIPS-41 recorded 41-run win over Stepping Stones School-37 on the third day of the Saupin’s Gold Cup Cricket Tournament during a match played at the Banyan Tree SchoolSector 48 in Chandigarh on Monday Meanwhile in the second match of the dayGNPS-36 thrashed Mount Carmel-47 by 61 runs Batting first AKSIPS-41 posted a total of 102 runs in 20 overs Rabteshwar scored 52 runs while Varun chipped in with 20 runs Rabteshwar’s knock included six fours In replyStepping Stones-37 team were bundled out for paltry 61 runs in 175 overs In the second matchformidable GNPS-36 set a target of 137 runs for the loss of six wickets Chasing the totalMount Carmel School-47 were skittled out for 70 runs SimranjeetHimal and Tarini share leadSimranjeet KaurHimal Gusain and Tarini Goyal with two points each were leading at the end of the second round of the Chandigarh Under-19 Boys and Girls Chess Championship at St Xaviers Senior Secondary SchoolSector 44-Chere today During the championship a Chandigarh team of four players in each category will be selected for the Nationals to be held at Puri(Orissa) from September 30 to October 8 Points positions after second round: 2 points: Simranjeet KaurHimal Gusainand Tarini Goyal 15: Amartya BhattacharayaTanya KaushalJaskeerat Singh Ahluwalia 1: GitinVibhushit SinghArunima GoyalManas SharmaShivika JainAmrinder SinghKritika Kapila 05 pt: Roopam Bhardwaj 0 pt: Kashish KaushalRishab JainPranay GargSagar Sharma Ishan wins gold in chessIshan Chauhan of KV Jakhoo claimed the Under-14 chess title during the KVS Regional Level Sports Meet held at Kendriya VidyalayaSector 31on August 28 and 29 Paras Goyal of KV Pinjoremeanwhilebagged the Under-17 chess title and Deepak of KV 1 Ambala secured the gold in the Under-19 category MeanwhileKV no 3Patialawas adjudged the best team in kho-kho Hosts KV Sector 31 and KV 3 BRDChandigarhwon the second and third spotrespectively As many as 130 students from various KV of Chandigarh participated in the event GMSSS-10 eves emerge fencing champsGovernment Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 10claimed the overall championship in Inter-School Fencing (girls) Competition held on Monday Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 15finished runners upwhile Sacred Heart SchoolSector 26bagged the third spot GMSSS-10 won the Foil teamEpee team and Sabre team titles Kajal of GMSSS-10 claimd the first position in Foil individualwhile Nancyalso from the same schooltook the Epee individual title Kajal of GMSSS-15 won the Sabre individual title PGTI cship from todayTop professionals like Mukesh KumarHimmat Singh RaiRahil GangjeeAshok KumarGaurav GheiShamim KhanDigvijay SinghGaurav Pratap SinghGurki ShergillVishal Singh and Kunal Bhasin will be seen in action during the PGTI Players Championship to be held at Chandigarh Golf Club from August 31 to September 3 Sujjan Singh of Chandigarhwho won his first professional event earlier this seasonwill lead the local challenge along with Harmeet KahlonHarendra GuptaGurbaaz Mann and Ranjit Singh In the last editionlocal favourite Amandeep Johl had outclassed Ashok Kumar in a playoff For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2010 5:23 am Related News Four goals each from Arun Rawat and Dharmander helped star-studded ONGC beat equally strong Rock Rovers side by 12-6 in the final to claim the 8th Olympian Dharam Singh Six-a-side Hockey Tournament played at the Sector 18 Hockey stadium on Saturday ONGC were leading 5-4 till the half-time The match started on a bright note for ONGC as Arun Rawat converted a penalty corner to put the team into lead in the very first minute The lead could not last for long as Deepak Thakur scored a field goal in the second minute HoweverRawat once again put the team into lead by scoring a field goal in the fourth minute Deepak ensured the lead was short-lived as he converted a penalty corner to make the scoreline 2-2 Then Davinder scored for Rock Rovers to put them into the lead in the ninth minute Dharmander then found the board in the 13th minute for ONGC and the very next minute Jasbir scored a field goal for ONGC Once again the Rock Rovers players came into action and sounded the board in the 15th minute through Gurdeep junior In the 16th minuteGaurav scored for Rock Roverswhile Dharmander netted for ONGC After the breatherRock Rovers players lost steam as ONGC players took over the proceedings and hammered quick goals to put the team on top Dharmander (18th)Rawat (20th) and Baljinder (22nd) scored to put ONGC in a commanding position Rock Rovers tried to hit back but ONGC defenders stood tall as the opposition Rovers team found the net on just one occassion- in the 25th minute through Gaurav On the other handONGC scored three more goals through Rawat (25th)Gagandeep (29th) and Dharmander (30th) to register an easy victory For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News

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