Speakers at the event said Muslims should take benefit of state-run schemes and not be left behind.
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For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: July 23 2013 12:31 am Related News Teenager Sudhanshu Grover defeated compatriot Abhishek Yadav 4-3 to emerge as the junior boys singles champion while Suthirtha Mukherjee beat Manika Batra 4-2 in an all-Indian final of the junior girls category at the South Asian Junior TT Championshipsat the IG Stadium on Monday In the cadet sectionsAnirban Ghosh and Sagarika Mukherjee won their maiden international titles which made it a perfect 10 for India in the championships The doubles titlesin the junior boys categorywent to Abhishek and Sudhanshu while Manika Batra and Suthirtha Mukherjee combined to claim the girls’ crown In both finalstheir opponents were Sri Lankans Sri Lankawho along with India qualified for the Asian Junior championships to be held in Dohafinished the table as the second best team with reasonably good performances coming up from their paddlers Sudhanshu had to pull all tricks to beat Abhishek who was not the one to give up easily The see-saw final had its ups and downs with each of the players keeping their interest alive But in the end Sudhanshu kept his lead intact in the seventh gamebefore Abhishek made it seven-all HoweverSudhanshu stopped his opponent on his tracks and took four straight points to win the match and the crown “It was a pulsating final and Abhishek was strong on his forehand I had to counter that and that was my problem initially But was lucky on some points and they made my day” said Sudhanshu on his maiden international title “Last year Abhishek had beaten me and I had to give it back this year” he added Suthirtha took the first two games rather easilybut Manikawho is ranked 27th in the worldstaged a finecomeback to win the next two to bring some balance into the final But Suthirthawithout playing into Manika’s game plan of push and prodattacked winning vital pointsparticularly in the fifth game Once she took the upper handthe sixth game became a formality for the West Bengal girl “I was into attacking mode in the third and fourth games But Monika blocked well to keep her in the match I changed my plan in the fifth even though she (Manika) was breathing down my neck The moment I took 3-2 leadI knew what my game plan should be It (attack) paid me rich dividends” Suthirthawho is ranked 35th in the worldsaid final Results: Junior Boys Singles: Sudhanshu Grover (Ind) bt Abhishek Yadav (Ind) 4-3 (11-99-1110-1212-1011-97-1111-7); Doubles: Abhishek Yadav/Sudhanshu Grover (Ind) bt Vimukthi Wijesiri/ Liyanahe Kahawaththa (SL) 3-0 (11-611-911-6); Junior Girls Singles: Suthirtha Mukherjee (Ind) bt Manika Batra (Ind) 4-2 (11-911-77-1112-1411-911-6); Doubles: Manika Batra/Suthirtha Mukherjee (Ind) bt Tharakie De Silva/Bandara Rajaguru (SL) 3-1 (11-59-1111-313-11); Cadet Boys Singles: Anirban Ghosh (Ind) bt Birdie Boro (Ind) 3-1 (11-712-108-1111-8); Cadet Girls Singles: Sagarika Mukherjee (Ind) bt R Harshavardhini (Ind) 3-0 (12-1011-611-7) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: February 3 2014 12:23 am Activities at various schools Related News Investiture ceremony at Amity Gurgaon ‘Amity bestows upon its students the ability to be future leaders of the world’ Keeping up with this thought Amity International School Sector-46 Gurgaon held its investiture ceremony Amita Chauhan chairperson of Amity Group of Schools has always envisioned that Amitians should gain confidence by facing challenges in life The event began with the lighting of the lamp followed by a speech by school principal Arti Chopra Newly appointed council members were adorned with sashes and received the flag from the chief guest Col Ahluwalia and the school principal Col Ahluwalia in his speech emphasised on the importance of discipline and dignity of the individual and the school The new Head Boy Akashanjan Ayyalasomayajula and Head Girl Sakshi Garg in their speeches promised a definite change for a better tomorrow This was followed by the entire council taking oath to discharge their duties with sincerity and fulfill everyone’s expectations A constitution was released by Col Ahluwalia and the principal St Mark’s holds social science exhibition ‘Fenestella of the World’ a social science exhibition was held at St Mark’s Sr Sec Public School Janakpuri on January 25 The exhibition opened up new vistas for students who got an opportunity to showcase their skills ideas and even technology Delving into history the students of classes I to V found out how people lived right from the Stone Age to the Indus Valley Mesopotamian Egyptian Chinese and Greco-Roman civilisations They also got an insight into the legacies of the Aztecs and the Mayans of South America Students of classes VI and VII showcased the evolution and growth of society in terms of ideas inventions social reforms cultural growth and rise of iconic leaders Seniors students presented four continents namely USA Asia Europe and Australia along with an UN mock assembly where the topic of discussion was philanthropy Architecture famous buildings and monuments of different continents were highlighted along with their social and cultural milieu Faith Academy organises annual fete Fun and frolic was in show at the annual fete organised at Faith Academy on January 20 Adventure rides performances and exhibitions made it a perfect occasion for enjoyment The main attraction of the fete was an exhibition that celebrated 50 years of the academy The exhibition traced the journey of the school and displayed a collection of rare photos On display were also the treasured possessions of the academy — a 100-year-old cyclostyling machine (made in USA in 1905) brought by the founder of the school John L Dorsey his watch and his Bible The exhibition was a narrative of the troubled times and hardships faced by the school and also its glorious achievements The fete had a mosaic of food stalls from delicious Shawarmas to mouthwatering pizzas from Italian pastas to Indian delights No fete is complete without the fun rides The adventurous ones enjoyed Columbus Break Dance etc However the game that stole everyone’s heart was Breaking the Matka (pot) Binding all this was music with ‘Request a Song’ show Students and teachers delighted in dedicating songs to each other and their friends It was a memorable experience for everyone Australian delegation visits GD Salwan A delegation of students from Australia visited G D Salwan Public School for a campaign titled ‘Nine is Mine’ an advocacy initiative led by the Wada Na Todo Abhiyan The campaign calls for 9 per cent of the nation’s expenditure to be committed to health and education by 2014 It began in India in response to Nelson Mandela’s call to every ordinary citizen to hold the government accountable to their commitment “to end poverty and social exclusion” The delegation comprised of students teachers and Lynne Moten Director of Service Learning from Seymour Girls College Adelaide Australia under the direction of Br Steve Rocha of the Indian Province of Edmund Rice Christian Brothers The delegation was given a warm welcome by school principal Vijay Laxmi Singh in a traditional manner They had an interactive session with the students of GDSPS who highlighted the school’s projects such as rainwater harvesting waste management bio-composting etc through presentations The Heritage team presented a report on its efforts in reviving the heritage monument ‘Bhuli Bhatiyari Ka Mahal’ The visitors were impressed with the school’s efforts They wanted to know how the students got the idea for the project The best practices in classroom teaching were shared followed by the school’s achievements in the international exchange programmes Rocha’s presentation on ‘Nine is Mine’ campaign was an eye-opener which gave a message of hope reminding the children that their efforts will bear fruit if they continue to work towards their goal Prestigious award for St Mark’s Meera Bagh St Mark’s School Meera Bagh was conferred the Face to Faith Outstanding Award by the Tony Blair Foundation The award is in recognition of the school’s endeavour to inculcate ‘Face to Faith’ principles in the school curriculum The ‘Face to Faith’ principles have been integrated with the curriculum of classes VI to X in science social science English art etc and the students are assessed and graded as per the continuous & comprehensive evaluation method of the CBSE The school has been associated with ‘Face to Faith’ for the past three years and has been participating in video-conferences with schools from across the world Team from China visits Springdales DK A special assembly was organised by Springdales School Dhaula Kuan on January 23 in the school auditorium ‘The Hall of Friendship and Peace’ to welcome a delegation of 15 students and two teachers from The Experimental School of the Capital Normal University Beijing under the ‘Heart to Heart’ agreement by the government of China A 21-member delegation from Springdales School Dhaula Kuan visited Beijing in August last year This was a reciprocal visit The guests were received and welcomed by Jyoti Bose principal Springdales School Dhaula Kuan Speaking on the occasionthe headmistress of the Junior School Sujata Maleyvar said that there was no better way to learn and understand than by travelling which allows us to discover explore and connect with people of varied cultures The guests transported the audience to the land of tea and silk with their mesmerising song and dance Chemistry symposium at DPS RK Puram Spark ’13 an inter-school competition organised by Catalyst the chemistry club of Delhi Public School R K Puram was held at DPS R K Puram Over 45 schools from across the nation including two from abroad participated in the various competitions organised by the club The chief guest for the occasion was Professor Narayanam Kurur from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi The judges for the event were Professor Anju Srivastava from Hindu College and Professor Geetu Gambhir from Acharya Narendra Dev College Also present on the occasion were the prinicipal D R Saini vice-principal Shobha Mehta head of department Prem Dhawan and all the teachers of the chemistry department The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp All the guests were warmly welcomed with Saraswati Vandana sung by the Indian Music choir Dhawan addressed the gathering and extended a warm welcome to all the participants Saini spoke about the significance of chemistry in everyday life This was followed by a scintillating dance performance by the students of DPS R K Puram The chief guest Prof Kurur addressed the gathering and spoke about chemistry being a colourful subject The vice-principal delivered the vote of thanks It was a memorable experience for all the students For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related 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Speakers at the event said Muslims should take benefit of state-run schemes and not be left behind.