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India Grabbed Gold in Taekwondo

India Grabbed Gold in Taekwondo 
Latika Bandari of India has clinched the Gold Medal after defeating Nepal’s Neema Gurung in the Final Round of the Female under-53 Kgs Category by 16 – 8 points

In the Male under-80 Kgs Category, India’s Navjeet Man defeated Nepal’s Shaksham Karki to grab the Gold Medal, in the Final Round of the Taekwondo Discipline held at the NEIGRIHMS
IndoorStadium. In the under-62 Kgs Category, India’s Margerita Regi defeated Nepal’s Ayasha Shakya by a single blow during the additional time after a draw of 8-8 points in the first three bouts. 

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SAG Indian Shooters won Gold in Pistol 
Indian Shooters won Gold and Bronze medals in Men 25m Rapid Fire Pistol in 12th SAG today. Gurpreet Singh won Gold and Vijay Kumar won Bronze Medal. Ghulam Mustafa Bashir of Pakistan won Silver Medal. 
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Sag Marykom entered final 
Indian Olympian MC Marykom entered final in Women's Fly(48-51 kg) weight category by defeating Akter Shamina of Bangladesh. Marykom will clash with Sri Lanka’s K Anusha Dilrukshi. 
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SAG Indian shooters swept the Women 10m Air Pistol 
In 12th SAG, Indian shooters swept the 10m Air Pistol Women today. Sweta Singh won Gold medal and Heena Sidhu won Silver medal. The Bronze medal won by Yashaswini Singh Deswal. 
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Release of funds to athletes under TOP Scheme 
In order to ensure that athletes  under TOP scheme devote their time on training and preparation for Olympics 2016 and promptly get requisite funds as per entitlement under TOP scheme, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has decided as follows :-

(i)         Project officers (PO) in SAI will, inter-alia, work as mentors and do the work of handholding of the athletes under TOP scheme for their respective disciplines. The POs will proactively contact the said athletes, get their training programs, get their application /  documents  / Bank Account details, etc.  completed for getting funds from NSDF from TOP Scheme on immediate basis. Special emphasis / Priority will be given to the athletes who have won quota place for India in Olympics / Paralympics 2016.

(ii)        90% of funds requested would be released to athletes under TOP Scheme immediately as advance on receipt of their request as stated in para (i) above subject to their budget, entitlement and due approvals. Remaining 10% of the sanctioned amount would be released after successful completion of training / procuring the item / availing the services, requested for. 

(iii)       Further, it will be the responsibility of the concerned Project Officer of SAI for the respective disciplines, to get documents for expeditious settlement of advances given to the athletes under TOP scheme including invoices from the concerned athlete / support staff / institute imparting training, etc.

(iv)       The above will however not be applicable for athletes who have lost all chances to win a quota place for India for Olympics 2016. Such athletes would have to apply in the normal course for assistance under NSDF.

2.         The athletes are therefore requested to decide their training programs / requirements for preparation for Olympics 2016 on immediate basis, if not done already.


List of Athletes under TOP Scheme

S. No
List of Athletes Discipline Wise with focus on 2016 Olympics
 Athletics (18 Athletes)
1
a)     Vikas Gowda - Men’s Discus Throw
2
b)     Seema Antil –Women’s Discus Throw
3
c)      Arpinder Singh – Men’s Triple Jump
4
d)    Inderjeet Singh - Men's Shot Put
5
f)     K.T. Irfan - 20km Racewalking
6
g)    Priyanka Pawar - 4x400m Women Relay
7
h)      Tintu Luka - 4x400m Women Relay
8
i)      Debashree Majumdar - 4x400m Women Relay
9
j)      M.R. Poovamma - 4x400m Women Relay
10
k)      Anilda Thomas - 4x400m Women Relay
11
l)      Ashwini Akkunji - 4x400m Women Relay
12
m)     Jauna Murmu - 4x400m Women Relay
13
n)      Sini Jose - 4x400m Women Relay
14
o)      Mandeep Kaur - 4x400m Women Relay
15
u)     Manish Rawat - 20km Racewalking
16
v)   Sandeep Kumar - 20km Racewalking
17
w)      Devender Singh - 20km Racewalking
18
y)   Gurmeet Singh – 20km Racewalking
 Archery (12 Athletes)
19
a)   Tarundeep Rai - Men Archery
20
b)   Atanu Das - Men Archery
21
c)  JaynataTalukdar - Men Archery
22
d)  Mangal Singh Champia - Men Archery
23
e)  Vishwash - Men Archery
24
f)  RanjitNaik - Men Archery
25
j)  DeepikaKumari - Women Archery
26
k)  L Bombayla Devi- Women Archery
27
l)  RimilBuriuly - Women Archery
28
m)  Laxmi Rani Majhi - Women Archery
29
n)  Dola Banerjee - Women Archery
30
o)  SnehalDivakar- Women Archery
 Badminton (10 Athletes)
31
a)     Saina Nehwal – Women’s singles
32
b)     P.V. Sindhu - Women’s singles
33
c)      P. Kashyap – Men’s singles
34
d)     K. Srikanth – Men’s singles
35
e)     Guru Saidutt – Men’s Singles
36
f)       H.S. Prannoy – Men’s Singles
37
g)      Ashwini Ponnappa – Women’s Doubles
38
f)       Jwala Gutta -  Women’s Doubles
39
f)       Manu Attri – Men’s Doubles
40
f)       B. Sumeeth Reddy – Men’s Doubles
 Boxing (9 Athletes)
41
a)     MC Mary Kom – Women’s 51 kg
42
b)     Sarita Devi – Women’s 60 kg
43
c)      Pinki Jangra – Women’s 51 kg
44
d)     Devendro Singh – Men’s 49 kg
45
e)     Shiva Thapa – Men’s 56 kg
46
f)       Mandeep Jangra – Men’s 60 kg
47
g)     Vijender Singh – Men’s 75 kg
48
h)     Vikas Krishan – Men’s 75 kg
49
i)       SumitSangwan - Men's 81kg
 Shooting (15 Athletes)
50
a)     Abhinav Bindra – Men’s 10m Air Rifle
51
b)     GaganNarang – Men’s 50m Rifle Prone
52
c)      Sanjeev Rajput – Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions
53
d)     Ayonika Paul – Women’s 10m Air Rifle
54
e)     Apurvi Chandela – Women’s 10m Air Rifle
55
f)       Heena Sidhu – Women’s 10m Air Pistol
56
g)     Shweta Chaudhary – Women’s 10m Air Pistol
57
i)       Jitu Rai – Men’s 10m Air Pistol, 50m Free Pistol
58
j)       P.N. Prakash – Men’s 10m Air Pistol
59
k)     Vijay Kumar – Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol
60
l)       RahiSarnobat – Women’s 25m Sports Pistol
61
m)   Anisa Sayyed – Women’s 25m Sports Pistol
62
n)     Manavjit Sandhu - Men’s Trap
63
r)      Chain Singh - Men's Rifle
64
s) Gurpreet Singh – 10m Air Pistol
 Tennis (3 Athletes)
65
a)    Leander Paes – Men’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles
66
b)   Rohan Bopanna – Men’s Doubles & Mixed Doubles
67
c)   Sania Mirza – Mixed Doubles
 Wrestling (9 Athletes)
68
a)     Sushil Kumar – Men’s 74 kg
69
b)     YogeshwarDutt – Men’s 66kg
70
c)      Bajrang – Men’s 66kg
71
d)     Amit Kumar – Men’s 57kg
72
e)     Rahul Aware – Men’s 57kg
73
f)       Babita Kumari – Women’s 53kg
74
g)     Vinesh Phogat – Women’s 48kg
75
h)      Geeta Phogat – Women’s 58kg
76
i)       Narsingh Yadav – Men’s 74kg
 Para-Athletes (9 Athletes)
77
a)    Amit Saroha - Men’s Club Throw and Discuss Throw
78
b)     Sharad Kumar - High Jump
79
c)     Devender - Javelin Throw
80
d)     Karamjyoti - Shot Put and Discus Throw
81
e)     Narender - Javelin Throw
82
f)      Deepa Malik - Javelin Throw and Shot Put
83
g)     H.N. Girisha –High Jump
84
h)     Sandeep Mann - 400m
85
i)       SharathGayakwad - Swimming

S.No
List of Athletes Discipline Wise with Focus on 2020 Development Program
 Athletics (8 Athletes)
1
a)    Khushbir Kaur - 20km Racewalking
2
b)     ChaviSharawat - 4x400m Women Relay
3
c)     Anju Thomas - 4x400m Women Relay
4
d)      Nirmala - 4x400m Women Relay
5
e)     Arpitha M. - 4x400m Women Relay
6
f)      K. Ganapathy - 20km Racewalking
7
g)   Navjeet Kaur - Women's Discus Throw
8
h)   Jisna Mathew – 4x400m Relay
 Archery (4 Athletes)
9
a)  Sanjay Boro - Men Archery
10
b)  Atul Verma - Men Archery
11
c)  Binod Swansi - Men Archery
12
d)  Madhu Vedwan - Women Archery
 Boxing (1 Athlete)
13
a)       Sarjubala Devi - Women's 48kg
 Gymnastics (1 Athlete)
14
a) DipaKarmakar – Vault
 Shooting (4 Athletes)
15
a)     MalaikaGoel – Women’s 10m Air Pistol
16
b)     Ankur Mittal – Men’s Double Trap
17
c)     MohdAsab – Men’s Double Trap
18
d)     KynanChenai – Men’s Trap
 Sailing (2 Athletes)
19
a)  VarshaGautam - 49erFX team
20
b)  Aishwarya N. - 49erFX team
Swimming (1 Athlete)
21
Maana Patel - Backstroke

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Financial assistance for Renovation of the existing Indoor Stadium and Modernization of Outdoor Stadium of Dibrugarh 


            The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has approved financial assistance for Renovation of the existing Indoor Stadium and Modernization of Outdoor Stadium of Dibrugarh. 
The details of financial assistance is as follows:

S No
Particulars
Amount approved
1
Modernization of Outdoor Stadium
Rs 446.00 Lacs
2
Renovation of Indoor Stadium
       Rs  45.00 Lacs
Total
Rs 491.00 Lacs (Rupees Four hundred ninety one lacs



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