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CRY Announces the Launch of National Campaign on Child Education

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Spread the love           A young adventure-enthusiast supports CRY and embarks upon a solo 5,000 kms long Trans-Himalayan cycle ride from Srinagar to Walong, trailblazing for the cause. A report. Kolkata & New Delhi: CRY (Child Rights and You) announces the launch of ‘School the Spark’, a national campaign to address issues related to children’s education, in a […]


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Special Olympics Transforms Challenged Individuals

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Spread the love           Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organisation for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to more than 4.5 million athletes in 170 countries. Eunice Kennedy Shriver is the founder of Special Olympics. Here’s Anumita in-depth report on the Special Olympics in the Dublin and Hilliard areas. She tells us how this […]


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Youth Fest Avirbhav 2k16 Inaugurated with Sports

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Spread the love           The week-long youth fest Avirbhav 2k16, organised by JK Institute, Allahabad University, opened with sports. The day commenced with an Opening Mile in which every student ran a Marathon across the entire Science faculty. It was followed by athletics meet. The cheering crowd, loud applause for the winners and the frenzy struck the keynote of the […]


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Cricket owes a lot to Dalmiya and Packer

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Spread the love           Two gutsy guys, Jagmohan Dalmia, in India, and Kerry Packer, in Australia, had the spunk to think out of the box. They were not afraid of controversies and legal hassles. The result was a greater popularity of Cricket and more money for this game. Here’s an analysis by Kalpita. Cricket is a game that started […]


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Caribbean Cricket Hurtling Down and Down

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Spread the love           Caribbean was at the top of world cricket for three decades, 1970s to 90s. Their pace attack and splendid batsmen are legends of all time. Kalpita analyses the steady decline of the West Indian cricket in this report. There were times when the West Indians were at the top of world cricket. The […]


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Spin Doctors at Play

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Spread the love           India pockets the home Test series against South Africa on tailor made spinning tracks. But how ethical is to ‘trap’ the visitors on ‘dusty’ under-prepared wickets? Different Truths’ sports correspondent, Kalpita Mukerji, writes on the recent Cricket controversy. Dictionaries term a spin doctor as a person who publicises favorable interpretations of the words and actions of […]


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