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Playing Pokemon go game can be beneficial for health

Playing Pokemon Go game can be beneficial for health

Pokemon Go is a free-to-play, location based reality game. This game is playing on smart phones.Pokémon game is playing on the smart phone’s using camera and GPS.According to scientists,Playing Pokemon go game can also be useful for health. They said that Playing this type of games reduces the habit of sitting in one place.While the

PS Plus free games for July 2017 – PS4 , PS3 and Vita

PS Plus free games for July 2017 – PS4 , PS3 and Vita

PS Plus free games for July 2017 – PS4 , PS3 and Vita. In coming July ,Sony has announced its lineup of free PlayStation Plus games and it’s a good one. It brings a total of six games for Plus subscribers, three of which are playable on PS4 thanks to Cross-Buy.The dedicated PS4 titles include PS4-exclusive

India wish to host 2032 Olympics and 2030 Asian Games: IOA chief

N. Ramachandran said the IOA also wanted India to host the Asian Beach Games in 2020, the Olympic Council of Asia’s general assembly that year, and the International Olympic Committee session in 2021. India’s Olympic Association has asked the government for permission to bid for the 2032 Olympics and 2030 Asian Games as part of

500 players and officials to participate in 62nd National School Games

MOHALI: The Education Department, Chandigarh Administration is all set to organise the prestigious 62nd National School Games in the discipline of Baseball. The tournament will be starting on Friday and continue until November 15. Finance cum Education Secretary, Chandigarh Administration, Sarvjit Singh, will be the Chief Guest of the Opening Ceremony. The 62nd National School

Online games not as addictive as gambling: Study

London: You can successfully quit out of your favourite online game with much ease as playing internet games has been found not as addictive as gambling, new research has suggested. The study is the first to measure the scale of gaming addiction in the general population using symptoms of ‘internet gaming disorder’, which included preoccupation

Video games increase cognitive abilities in children: Study

London: Playing video games for a limited amount of time each week may increase cognitive abilities in children, a finding has suggested. “Video gaming is neither good nor bad, but its level of use makes it so,” said Jesus Pujol, doctor at the Hospital del Mar in Spain. He and his colleagues investigated the relationship

2nd ‘Shaheed-E-Azam Bhagat Singh Punjab Games’ from Oct 25

Punjab will organise a sporting extravaganza in the form of second edition of ‘Shaheed-E-Azam Bhagat Singh Punjab Games’ (U-25) from October 25 to October 29 as part of the vision envisaged by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal to make the state a powerhouse in the arena of sports at both national and international level.Disclosing

Brazilian Ramos, China’s Chen barred from Games for doping

Rio De Janeiro:  Brazilian cyclist Kleber Ramos and Chinese swimmer Chen Xinyi were disqualified from the Olympic Games for having failed doping tests, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said. Ramos tested positive for the banned blood booster EPO Cera while Chen took the diuretic hydrochlorothiazide. Diuretics are outlawed as they can be used

Americans denied gold for 1st time since 2008 Games

Rio de Janeiro: The Americans were denied a gold medal for the first time since the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and it took two big stumbles to keep the “Star Spangled Banner” on pause. One of the slips cost US gymnastics star Simone Biles gold on the balance beam. The other secured Shaunae Miller’s win in

Twitter may bring live NFL games to Apple TV

New York:  In a move to strengthen its live video streaming service, micro-blogging website Twitter is reportedly talking with Apple to bring National Football League (NFL) games live to Apple TV, media reported. This news led to a surge in Twitter stocks, giving hope to investors that such a deal can help Twitter come out

Blume wins Denmark’s first gold of Rio Games

Rio de Janeiro:  Pernille Blume won Denmark’s first gold medal of the Rio Olympics by storming to victory in the women’s 50m freestyle here. The 22-year-old finished in 24.07 seconds, just two hundredths of a second ahead of Simone Manuel of the US at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium on Saturday. Belarus swimmer Aliaksandra Herasimenia took

Online video games may boost teenagers’ intelligence

Sydney: While spending hours on Facebook or other social media sites can lead to bad results in school, playing video games may not have such adverse effects. A new study has found that online video games can even sharpen math, science and reading skills in teenagers. The video games could help students to apply and sharpen

Williams sisters suffer first Games doubles loss

Rio de Janeiro: Serena and Venus Williams were deposed as Olympic Games women’s doubles champions, their hopes of a fourth gold dashed by Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova in the first round. It was the sisters’ first loss as a doubles team at the Games, having won 15 previous matches together, taking the title in 2000,

Murray has no medical concerns ahead of Games

Rio De Janeiro: Tennis world number two Andy Murray has said he is fit for the Rio Olympic Games following several high profile withdrawals three days ahead of the Games’ opening. The British three-time Grand Slam winner remains in the men’s singles main draw with world number one Novak Djokovic and Spanish world number five

New measures in place as IOC fights for clean sport at Rio Games

Rio de Janeiro: A number of new measures have been put in place for the Rio Olympic Games, both in the Olympic Village and behind-the-scenes, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is determined to protect the integrity of sport, an official said. These measures include a fully operational Joint Integrity Intelligence Unit (JIIU) in collaboration

India will do well at Rio Olympic Games: Modi

New Delhi: Assuring “all possible help” to the Indian contingent at the Rio Olympic Games 2016, scheduled to begin on August 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hoped that Indian sportspersons will be able to win hearts of people from across the world. “I hope these 119 sportspersons will perform well (in the games),

Rio 2016: Olympic Games logo seeks to help build new world

Rio de Janeiro: The Olympic motto in Latin reads “Citius, Altius, Fortius” — and the words, meaning “Faster, Higher, Stronger”, have inspired countless athletes to smash records by pushing themselves to the limits of human ability. However, each Olympiad seeks its own motto to better reflect the present day and a vision for a better

State bags third spot in National School Games

Chandigarh: Punjab has improved its grades in the 61st National School games by claiming an overall third position with the players bagging 109 gold, 139 silver and 140 bronze medals and registered 388 medals in the total medal tally. Punjab stood fourth in the previous 60th National School Games and this year Punjab grabbed the

23 new doping failures from London Games – IOC

Lausanne: The International Olympic Committee today reported 23 new doping failures from retests on 265 samples from the 2012 London Games. The 23 were from six countries and took part in five different sports. The revelation came one week after the IOC said 31 new cases had been found from 2008 Beijing Olympics. “Reanalysis of