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IndVsPak Champions Trophy 2017: India won by 129 runs

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England, June 4: India decimated Pakistan by 124 runs in a one-sided ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match in Birmingham. 

The top four Indian batsmen scored half-centuries as India put on a dominating show and posted a mammoth 319 for 3 against Pakistan in their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match at Edgbaston.

Innings was led by Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan’s 136-run opening stand which gave the Men in Blue the perfect start. Virat Kohli played a captain’s knock with a whirlwind 81 not out off 68 balls, Hardik Pandya hammered three sixes in his six-ball 20 runs knock.

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India: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (captain), Yuvraj Singh, M.S. Dhoni (wicketkeeper), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah.

Pakistan: Azhar Ali, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper/captain), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali.

 

 

 

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Gautam Gambhir, India’s World Cup hero, announces retirement from all formats of cricket

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One of India’s best openers Gautam Gambhir has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Gambhir posted a video of his announcement on social media on Tuesday.

The India and Delhi opener Gautam Gambhir will play his last game against Andra Pradesh in Ranji Trophy.

Gambhir will be remembered for his role in India winning the 2007 World T20 and 2011 World Cup trophies. He was also a crucial part of the team that reached the No. 1 rank in Test cricket.

Gambhir, with Virender Sehwag, formed one of the best opening partnerships which the world has ever seen in the longest form of the game.

Gambhir was the top-ranked batsman in Test cricket and was named the ICC Test Player of the Year in 2009.

Gambhir played 58 Test matches for India scoring 4154 runs at an average of 41.96 and 9 centuries. In ODIs, he scored 5238 runs at an average of 39.68 and 11 centuries in 147 matches. He also made his mark in T20I cricket playing 37 matches scoring 932 runs at an average of 27.41 with 7 half centuries.

Gambhir is one of the most successful captains in the IPL. He won two titles with the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in 2012 and 2014.

 

 

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Mithali Raj reacts to Ramesh Powar’s accusations, ‘It’s the darkest day of my life’

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Mithali Raj has reacted to Indian women’s cricket coach Ramesh Powar’s report to BCCIin which he has accused the senior player of being selfish, throwing tantrums and creating chaos.

Powar, in his report, has alleged that Mithali Raj threatened to retire midway through the ICC Women’s World T20 after being denied the opening slot. He also accused her for putting herself before team and country.

Raj took to Twitter to express her feelings. The veteran cricketer wrote that she was deeply saddened and hurt by the aspersions cast on her. She said that her commitment to the game, 20 years of playing for the country and hard work were being questioned. She ended with saying that it was the darkest day of her life.

She wrote, “I’m deeply saddened & hurt by the aspersions cast on me. My commitment to the game & 20yrs of playing for my country.The hard work, sweat, in vain. Today, my patriotism doubted, my skill set questioned & all the mud slinging- it’s the darkest day of my life. May god give strength (sic)”

Powar’s report came a day after the Mithali had alleged that the former spinner was out to destroy her and humiliated her during the World T20 tournament in the West Indies.

Powar’s 10-page tour report is almost entirely focussed on Mithali, taking up nearly five pages in all. He met BCCI CEO Rahul Johri and GM (Cricket Operations) Saba Karim at the Board headquarters in Mumbai on Wednesday to submit it.

 

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President and Prime minister congratulate fiesty Mary Kom for winning 6th Gold for India

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The president and prime minister Ram Nath Kovind and Narendra Modi today congratulated India’s celebrated fiesty Manipuri Mary Kom for bringing outstanding laurels for the country by winning the sixth Gold Medal in the prestigious Women’s World Championship with an unanimous 5 – 0 historic victory over Ukraine Boxer Hanna’s Okhota. President Kovind in his tweet while congratulating Mary Kom said: Congratulations Icon of Manipur and of India for winning the World Boxing Championship for the sixth time. May this moment inspire, to attempt and to achieve. our girl children Prime minister Narendra Modi tweeted : A proud moment for Indian Sports. Congratulations to Mary Kom for winning Gold in the World Boxing Championships. The diligence with which she’s pursued sports and excelled in theworld stage is extremely inspiring. Her win is truly special. The prime minister’s tweet acknowleged 19.9 thousand likes, over 5000 retweets and 440 comments till the writingof this news item. The popular actor and the one who played the role of Mary Kom in a bollywood movie Priyanka Chopra and Anuksha Sharma also praised Mary Kom for her outstanding international achievement acconpany prestige and honour for the country in continuance for the sixth time winning 6 Golds in succession. Hailing from Manipur, North East with a modest family background , a mother of three and a promising as well as an incredible boxer thirty five year old Mary Kom defeated her Ukraine opponent Hanna Okhota in the 45 kg weight catagory with her strong and highly spirited fighting technique establishing a record of a sort by securing six golds and one silver globally. According to ET : With this Gold , ” Magnificient Mary Kom also matched Cuban men’s legend Felix Sevon as the joint most successful ( pugilist) men and women) in the in the World’s Championship history. Extremely emotional carrying blissfully the Indian flag with tears in her eyes Mary Kom dedicated the Gold to the nation.

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Harika bows out of World Women Chess Championship, Indian challenge ends

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indian challenge ended at the World Women Chess Championship with grandmaster D Harika bowing out following a defeat against former champion Alexandra Kosteniuk of Russia in the second set of tie-break games here.Harika had carried the Indian hopes nicely till the tie-breaker of the third round. However, she got a jolt in the first game of the rapid tie-break where both players had 25 minutes on their clock.The Indian looked down and out but a major comeback was on the cards as she won the return game with white pieces to level scores.

But in the 10-minute games, Harika again lost the first game with black on Sunday.While it is up to the pundits to decide her downfall, it was the same opening she chose with black — the Isolated queen pawn opening position coming out of a French Tarrasch.Kosteniuk was confident as she had been successful in her first attempt. And as it happened, her instinct held her well.The Isolated pawn in French defense has been considered about equal for a long time but has not been a taker in elite chess. The reason is probably a slightly worse position that black has to defend a long time.

Harika had been banking on her defense, but unfortunately on this day, things did not work in her favour.After losing the second game, Harika was in a must-win situation with white, but she could only manage a draw.The USD 450000 championship will continue without an Indian representation in the last three rounds.

Results after round 3: Zhai Mo (CHN) lost to Ju Wenjun (CHN) 0.5-1.5; Jolanta Zawadzka (POL) lost to Abdumalik Zhansaya (KAZ) 1.5-2.5; Natalija Pogonina (RUS) lost to Kateryna Lagno (RUS) 4-5; Anna Muzychuk (UKR) beat Antoaneta Stefanova (BUL) 2.5-1.5; D Harika (IND) lost to Alexandra Kosteniuk (RUS) 1.5-2.5; Alisa Galliamova (RUS) lost to Lei Tingjie (CHN) 1-3; Alinasab Mobina (IRI) lost to Mariya Muzychuk (UKR) 0.5-1.5; Gulrukhbegim Tokhirjonova (UZB) beat Valentina Gunina (RUS) 3-1.

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When elite honesty reigned supreme: Australia beat South Africa to finally end losing streak

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Australia snapped a seven-game losing streak to beat South Africa by seven runs in the second one-dayer in Adelaide on Friday, keeping the series alive and boosting their battered confidence.

Set 232 to win, the Proteas could only manage 224-9 in their 50 overs, leaving the series tied at 1-1 with the decider in Hobart on Sunday.

The hosts, who were thrashed by six wickets with more than 20 overs to spare in the opening match, dug deep with their bowlers getting them over the line.

Marcus Stoinis was the pick with 3-35 off his 10 overs, including the crucial scalp of David Miller who hit a stubborn 51.

Adelaide has been a happy hunting ground in the past for Australia.

In fact, their last win came at the oval nine months ago against England, before the reigning world champions were knocked for six by the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa in March.

Their form slump since had been characterised by batting collapses and they again struggled to compile a big total with some tight South African bowling putting them back in the pavilion for 231.

But with Mitchell Starc returning to new-ball duties after a short-lived experiment with Nathan Coulter-Nile in Perth backfired, the attack did its job.

Starc got a reward in his third over, with Adam Zampa getting under a catch in the deep to end Quinton de Kock’s night.

Aiden Markram and Reeza Hendricks were looking dangerous as they pushed the score to 46, but they needlessly attempted a third run from a clip off the pads to midwicket and Markham was run out.

Six balls later and Hendricks was also in the clubhouse, getting an outside edge off Josh Hazlewood to give Australia hope.

And when Heinrich Klassen fell to Stoinis to leave the Proteas on 68-4 the crowd came alive, sensing the miserable run could be over.

Faf du Plessis and Miller set about building a 74-run partnership before Pat Cummins got a breakthrough with the South African skipper dragging the ball onto his stumps on 47.

Miller dug in as partners fell to grind out a gutsy 51 before he was given out lbw on a review decision and the South African tail failed to wag.

Australian skipper Aaron Finch stressed beforehand the need to go back to basics and build partnerships, and he and Travis Head tried to set the tone after being sent into bat.

But Head’s aggressiveness cost him and he was trapped him lbw for eight.

That brought Shaun Marsh to the crease and he quickly got into his groove.

He and Finch knocked up a 50 partnership before Marsh, on 22, got a thick edge off Rabada and de Kock took the catch.

Finch built a composed 41 before he was deceived by a Dwaine Pretorius delivery and chopped the ball onto his wicket.

The explosive Chris Lynn was in Twenty20 mode when he smacked 18 off the first four balls of a Rabada over before he pushed his luck too far on the fifth, mistiming a hook and was caught.

Adelaide has been a happy hunting ground in the past for Australia.

In fact, their last win came at the oval nine months ago against England, before the reigning world champions were knocked for six by the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa in March.

Their form slump since had been characterised by batting collapses and they again struggled to compile a big total with some tight South African bowling putting them back in the pavilion for 231.

But with Mitchell Starc returning to new-ball duties after a short-lived experiment with Nathan Coulter-Nile in Perth backfired, the attack did its job.

Starc got a reward in his third over, with Adam Zampa getting under a catch in the deep to end Quinton de Kock’s night.

Aiden Markram and Reeza Hendricks were looking dangerous as they pushed the score to 46, but they needlessly attempted a third run from a clip off the pads to midwicket and Markham was run out.

Six balls later and Hendricks was also in the clubhouse, getting an outside edge off Josh Hazlewood to give Australia hope.

And when Heinrich Klassen fell to Stoinis to leave the Proteas on 68-4 the crowd came alive, sensing the miserable run could be over.

Faf du Plessis and Miller set about building a 74-run partnership before Pat Cummins got a breakthrough with the South African skipper dragging the ball onto his stumps on 47.

Miller dug in as partners fell to grind out a gutsy 51 before he was given out lbw on a review decision and the South African tail failed to wag.

Australian skipper Aaron Finch stressed beforehand the need to go back to basics and build partnerships, and he and Travis Head tried to set the tone after being sent into bat.

But Head’s aggressiveness cost him and he was trapped him lbw for eight.

That brought Shaun Marsh to the crease and he quickly got into his groove.

He and Finch knocked up a 50 partnership before Marsh, on 22, got a thick edge off Rabada and de Kock took the catch.

Finch built a composed 41 before he was deceived by a Dwaine Pretorius delivery and chopped the ball onto his wicket.

  • The explosive Chris Lynn was in Twenty20 mode when he smacked 18 off the first four balls of a Rabada over before he pushed his luck too far on the fifth, mistiming a hook and was caught.

 

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A ruthless India completed a nine-wicket demolition of the West Indies in the fifth and final ODI in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday for their sixth successive series win at home.

Left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja took four wickets to help India bundle out the West Indies for 104 in just 31.5 overs. Pacers Khaleel Ahmed and Jasprit Bumrah chipped in with two wickets each.

The home team took just 14.5 overs to reach the paltry target, courtesy an unbeaten 99-run stand between Rohit Sharma (62 off 54) and captain Virat Kohli (33 off 29), following another low score from Shikhar Dhawan.

It was a complete surrender from the West Indies, who let themselves down after competing hard in the first three ODIs. The previous game at Mumbai too was dominated by the hosts before they romped to a 3-1 series win. India last a lost a series at home in 2015, when they went down 2-3 against South Africa.

The hosts wasted in no time completing the 105-run target after the bowlers laid the foundation of a massive victory. Rohit continued his fine form, notching up a half-century, in the process going past the 1,000-run mark for the calendar year 2018 and also hitting his 200th six in ODIs.

The India vice-captain had a lucky escape when he was caught behind by Shai Hope off Oshane Thomas’ bowling on 18. He made most of that reprieve as he hit five boundaries and struck five imperious sixes. Kohli too was solid at the other end and his innings comprised six fours.

Dhawan’s soft dismissal would probably be one of the lows for India as he chopped on a delivery from Thomas, who worked up good pace but was inconsistent with his line and length.

Earlier, the West Indies were in trouble right from the start after skipper Jason Holder chose to bat. Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar had Kieran Powell caught behind by M S Dhoni for a duck off the fourth ball, giving India their first wicket.

Shai Hope, who has been one of the best West Indies batsmen on tour alongside Shimron Hetmyer, was castled by Bumrah off a beauty in the second over to leave the team at 2 for 2. The experienced Marlon Samuels, from whom a lot was expected, led a brief revival, hitting some crisp boundaries and the only six of the innings.

The Indian domination could be gauged from the fact that the first boundary came in the sixth over when Rovman Powell lofted one from Bumrah over the infield. Samuels’ resistance ended in the 12th over when he fell to a soft dismissal of Jadeja for 24, spooning a catch to skipper Virat Kohli.

As has often been the case in the series, Holder showed patience and skill to resist the rampant Indian bowlers but his dismissal hastened the end. The lanky Holder was taken by Kedar Jadhav, running in from the deep when he tried to go ariel against Khaleel Ahmed. He was the top-scorer with 25. The spinners took over and polished off the tail.

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India vs West Indies: When Captain Kohli fails, his deputy stands up – Rohit strikes 21st ODI hundred

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Rohit Sharma struck his fifth century of 2018 and an overall 21st century of his One-day International (ODI) career during the fourth ODI between India and West Indies on Monday.

Jason Holder, who dismissed Rohit in the previous match by rattling the stumps, bowled a short ball and in reply, Rohit pulled it away, beating the fielder at deep mid for four and that brought up the century for the local batsman.

The moment charged up not-so-full Brabourne Stadium’s stands that also included a cheering wife, Ritika. Rohit looked well on course for an unprecedented fourth ODI double-hundred, but the right-hander fell just short as he was dismissed for 162 off 137. His knock was laced with 20 fours and 4 sixes.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli, who had scores of 140, 157* and 107 in the previous three ODIs in the ongoing five-match ODI series against the West Indies, was aiming to become only the second batsman to register four consecutive centuries in the 50-over international format.

Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara, who smashed four centuries on the trot during the 2015 World Cup, remains the only batsman to have done that so far.

During the fourth ODI in Mumbai on Monday, Roach made the big breakthrough in the 17th over. In an attempt to run it down to the third man, Kohli ended up getting a faint edge that was caught easily by Shai Hope behind the wickets.

Kohli was dismissed for a mere score of 16, which also turned out to be his lowest score this year in the ODIs. In 2018, so far, the Indian skipper has played 13 ODIs, scoring 1,143 at an unbelievable average of 129.88 including six tons and three half-centuries.

Prior to the fourth ODI, Kohli’s lowest score was 36, which he had scored against South Africa in Port Elizabeth.

Earlier in the day, Kohli won the toss and opted to bat.

Indian team have made two changes; they have dropped Chahal and Rishabh Pant and have brought in the duo of Kedar Jadhav and Ravindra Jadeja.

Meanwhile, West Indian Keemo Paul comes in for Obed McCoy, who has picked up four wickets in two games.

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Salim Durrani at 85 denies, he was ever in love relationship with late actress Parveen Babi

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Eminent cricketer Salim Durrani with sr journalist Shelly Vishwajeet, me and Rajendra Raturi

It was indeed a very privileged ocassion to meet a greatest cricketer of his time known as a sixer man, tall and still hale and hearty Salim Durrani in PCI yesterday, at the age of 85, alongwith other friends.

There was a time about five decades ago when his sixes were the point of debate and discussions amongst the billions of cricket fans in India.

An outstanding batsman and a left armed bowler having taken lots of wickets, Salim Durrani primarily belonged to Junagarh, Gujarat and his father Abdul Aziz was also a renowned cricketer having played test matches for India during 1935 to 1940 and brought laurels for the country.

A down to earth, jovial and happy man even at 86, having also acted as a Hero in a movie called Charitra decades ago with the famous bollywood actress Parveen Bobby Salim Durrani Sahib has refuted that he ever had love relationship with her as was the controversy raised in the then bollywood magazines n rest of the newspapers in the country. He added that he was shocked, really grief stricken and felt very bad to hear her traumatic death inside a house in Bombay with nobody even knowing about her sad demise.

Durrani Sahab says that she was just a good friend as she also belonged to Junagarh, Gujarat from where he too belonged. He said the media always make mountains out of the mole and so was my relationship as a friend with Late Parveen Bobby twisted and blown out of proportion for nothing but enhancing their TRPs.

He was answering about this interesting query put forward by senior journalist Shelly Vishwajit who readily and as a matter of privilege hosted few Bacardi drinks to him despite his calm deniel, insisting that he will bear for it.

A tall man giving a Pathan look though bit thin Salim Durrani was born in Kabul Afghanisthan on 11th December, 1934 and later on shifted to India during partition. He is currently living in Jaipur Rajasthan. He was the first cricketer to have been honoured with the prestigious ARJUNA AWARD.

According to Bharath Ramraj in crizzbuzz.com Salim Durani is the only Test cricketer, who was born in Afghanistan. The Kabul-born cricketer, Durani bowled slow left-arm orthodox and was known for his striking prowess as a batsman. During his childhood days, Durani took part in a variety of sports like cricket, tennis and football. However, cricket was his first love. His father Abdul Aziz was a decent cricketer, who once played for India in an ‘unofficial’ Test match against the Australians in 1935-36. As his father used to work for the ruler of Jamnnagar, he shifted with his family to that place.

Even after the partition, Durani (Jnr) continued to live in Jamnagar. However, his father made his move to Karachi and became well-known as a coach. It is believed that one of his students was none other than the legendary opening batsman from Pakistan, Hanif Mohammad. Durani made his Test debut at the age of 25 against a Richie Benaud-led Australian side in Mumbai in 1960. Interestingly, he got his chance only because Jasu Patel, the off-spinner, who had turned the previous Test match played in Kanpur in India’s favour with a bagful of wickets, was down with food poisoning.

Durani’s greatest moment came in the series against England in 1961-62. If he took eight wickets in Kolkata, then in the next game in Chennai, he ended up with a 10-for. India tasted victory in that series. In 1962, Durani also registered his one and only Test hundred against West Indies in Port of Spain, Trinidad. In 1966 though, after playing with guts and gumption against Charlie Griffith and Wes Hall to score a fifty in a Test match in Mumbai, he suffered a knee injury and with the selectors looking out for younger players, he soon found himself in the wilderness.

Durani though, made a sterling comeback into the side by playing a key role in India’s first ever Test win against West Indies in Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1971. It was his double strike to remove Clive Lloyd and Garry Sobers in the second innings that paved the way for India to achieve a historic victory. Durani played his last Test against England at the Brabourne stadium in Mumbai in 1973. In fact, he had made his Test debut, too, at the same stadium.

Even now, connoisseurs fondly remember Durani for his six-hitting prowess. In 1973, when he was dropped for a Test match in Kanpur, the crowd had shouted, \”No Durani, no Test!\”. Durani was also known for his dashing looks and acted in a film called Charitra opposite Parveen Babi in 1973. Durani was the first ever cricketer to win the Arjuna Award. In 2011, he was honoured with the C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award by the BCCI.

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Aiming at sixth World Championships gold, India’s ace boxer Mary Kom says she wants to create new memories

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Mary Kom is gearing up for the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Women’s World Championship, which will take place in New Delhi in two weeks’ time.

Under the monitoring of Italian Coach Raffaele Bergamasco, Mary is aiming to clinch her sixth gold medal, participating in the seven World Boxing Championships.

Mary’s international success started with a silver medal in Pennsylvania, the US in 2001, when the women’s World Championships were organised for the first time and the first time those were held in India, she bagged the gold medal in the category of 46Kg.

Although she claims to not remember her first medal in 2001, she says she vividly remembers her first of her five gold medals which she had won in Antalya in 2002.

Speaking to a national media, India’s Olympic-medallist-boxer says she does not believe in looking back and instead she would like to focus in the upcoming tournaments. Right now she is busy studying her opponents, thinking ahead and wants to create new memories.

“Maybe, I will have a new memory to share after this. I love all my medals and I will try to get a 6th World Championships gold here.

I am competing in World Championships in my category (48kg) after a long time. That is an advantage. I won gold in 2006 here in front of the home crowd and this time too I want to gift gold to my country. I will try my best,” the five-time Worlds gold medallist said.

“I am still working on aspects of my game. I have won all the medals but still feel there is something missing. I want to increase my speed, my power. I am always working on my game. That comes from inside. Nobody can teach you.

Every boxer is strong today. They are young. Skill wise, technically they might be weak but they have energy. I can’t afford to relax against them. You have to use your intelligence in every match. Once I know my opponent, I have to plan and play accordingly. That’s my game,” she added.

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Thank you chief minister, Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat for being kind, passionate and generous enough to sanction about 13.10lakh rupees from the chief minister’s relief fund for the treatment of the budding athelete of Almora, Uttarakhand, Garima Joshi who was grievously injured in an accident in Bengaluru last month where she had gone to participate in a 10 kilometer marathon, representing Uttarakhand and sought sixth position in this prestigious national event.

As per the senior journalist Manoj Ishtwal the chief minister have been generous and kind enough to help this outstanding athelete not once but twice, first giving her 25 thousand rupees when she went to Bangalore to participate in the event and then Rs 13.10 lakhs for her complete treatment at the Spinal Injury Hospital at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.

A brave and courageous girl Garima Joshi got her spinal chord badly injured in the accident at Bengaluru where about sixteen rods were fitted around the spinal chord through a long surgery.

After few days she was shifted to Delhi for a full fleged treatment at Spinal Injury Hospital Delhi. The chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat visited Bangalore and met the girl earlier to assure her every possible financial support.

The amount of Rs 13.10 lakhs sanctioned by the chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat will reach the hospital by the cheque which is likely to be delievered in a day or two.

It may be recalled that there had been tremendous posts in the social networking sites like facebook appealing for supporting this outstanding sportswomen financially. The lead in this matter was taken by one Gurvinder Singh Chadda, an RTI activist from Haldwani to seek every possible financial support for Garima Joshi followed by me and the newsviewsnetwork.

About two lakh rupees were deposited in her father’s account but this was not enough for meeting her treatment expenditure.

The chief minister finally exhibited his generosity to do the needful by making necessary arrangement for shifting her to Delhi and bearing the entire expenses of her treatment.

Garima hails from a poor family and her mother is suffering from cancer. Her father had to mortgage his house and land under ten percent monthy interest arrangement and seek the financial help of Rs. five lakhs as being given to know through fb posts. Her brother is a utility worker in a restaurant in Mumbai say sources.

 

 

 

 

 

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