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Bullock cart races can be a part of next Rural Olympics in Kila Raipur

Nidhi Bhanot Kila Raipur : – “Traditional Bullock cart races would be a part of next Rural Olympics to keep the tradition of these worldwide games alive”, these words were marked by the former Director Sports Punjab and Olympian Congress MLA Jalandhar cantt, Pargat Singh during his visit at the 82nd Kila Raipur Sports Festival better known as the

Sunny Leone wins race against Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai

Sunny Leone wins race against Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai

Sunny Leone wins race against Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai . Almost five years ago, Sunny Leone entered the Bollywood industry and ever since then the actress never seems to miss a day on being in the news. Sunny has managed to all the lead actresses of Bollywood and here’s how.  Sunny has made a lot

Jayanthi Kumar Sampath completes marathon race in saree

Jayanthi Kumar Sampath did make heads turn in her unusual avatar at a sporting event, she is not the first woman to take such a step. Earlier, in December 2013, 61 year old Lata Bhagwan Kare also ran in a saree, barefoot and won the Baramati marathon, beating her fellow competitors by a high lead.

Indian Army disqualified from Tank Biathlon competition

New Delhi: Indian tanks. The International Tank Biathlon in the Allabino Range in Russia’s capital Moscow, India out of the league due to a mechanical fault in Tanks. India was involved with two T-90S tanks in these games, but both of these tanks had a technical flaw that led to the Indian army being out

Usain Bolt finishes race in record 9.95 seconds to win 100m

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Olympic champion Usain Bolt ran his first sub-10-second time of the year to win the 100m at the Diamond League in Monaco on Friday.”It was good, I’m going into right direction, still a lot of work to do,” said

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Many Congress leaders from Ludhiana in race to get government posts

Ludhiana: With the Congress government in power after ten years, the local party leaders were eyeing on the government posts of Chairman, Directors of various department, corporations and boards. After the appointment of senior Congress leader Lal Singh as Chairman of Punjab Mandi Board with cabinet rank, the local Congress leaders have also started approaching

Can’t seek votes on religion, race, caste, language: SC

  New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that seeking votes on the basis of religion, race, caste or language of a candidate or his rival or even that of the voters is illegal and could jeopardise the electoral process. A constitution bench headed by Chief Justice T.S. Thakur, by a 4:3 majority judgment,

Cong candidate alone in race of assembly elections in Mohali constituency

Mohali: As the Punjab state assembly elections 2017 are ahead, political parties have announced their candidates in various constituency of state. In Mohali constituency Shirmani Akali Dal’s candidate is still not decided yet. Aam Admi party also pulls back his candidate after announcing his name and shifted him to another constituency. In this scenario congress’s

Google, Apple, Disney out from Twitter acquisition race: Report

San Francisco: Twitter stocks fell significantly after Google and Walt Disney reportedly ruled out to acquire the struggling micro-blogging platform – leaving only Salesforce in the bidding race. According to a Re/Code report, Twitter’s shares dropped 17 per cent in pre-market trading on Thursday after “deep-pocketed companies Google, Apple and Walt Disney” were reported to

Human race facing question of survival: Karan Singh

New Delhi: Flagging the ongoing unrest inKashmir and the recent instances of caste atrocities, senior Congress leader Karan Singh has underlined the “devastating” effects of violence. Speaking at the launch of a book on non violence last night, he said, “If you still have societies which preach their children hatred for other nations or other

Sportsmanship wins the race

Rio de Janeiro: The Olympics is all about competing against each other with the cheers reserved only for the winners. But two sprinters, despite finishing last are being hailed far beyond the running track for their display of sportsmanship. New Zealand runner Nikki Hamblin and American runner Abbey D’Agostino collided on the track during the

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