Get High on Sports, Not on Drugs

The history of sports in India has been very powerful including 8 Olympic Gold Medals in Hockey. In today’s speedy and busy life, we are forgetting the importance of sports and fitness in our lives.

Get high on Sports, Not on Drugs” is a fitness campaign by with some of the most prominent faces from the Indian sports like Atul Wassan, Shiba Maggon, Sushil Kumar and Gagan Narang on board (Hear them in the video embedded below).

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Nehru Hockey increases prize money and looking for broadcasters

With the aim of increasing the popularity of hockey Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament Society has purposed to induct ESPN/STAR Sports and other Sports Channels to live telecast the Finals/Semi finals of all age group tournaments for 2011-12. Your suggestions or any help are welcome to make contacts with above said T.V channels offices/CEO’s. For details please contact to Kukko Walia (+919811175233 or email kukoowalia[at], Secretary, Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament Society.

MYAS Ajay Maken, Arun Subhash Chandra Yadav and Gagan Narang (Ace Shooter, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardee) presenting the Cheque of 5.61 lacs on to Mrs Santhi Marry Peter, wife of triple Olympian Late sh. VJ peter, on behalf on Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament Society

Jawaharlal Nehru Hockey Tournament Society has also decided to increase the prize money from Rupees 3.50 to 6.00 lacs for the 48th Senior Nehru Hockey Tournament starting from 14th Nov 2011 at Shivaji Stadium New Delhi. Kukoo Walia (Secretary of the Society) believes that if Hockey has to develop we must give incentive and put more money in our national game “Hockey”.

Tributes to Hockey Legend Dhyan Chand

Major Dhyan Chand, born on August 29, 1905, the world’s greatest field hockey player of all time. His birthday is celebrated as India’s National Sports Day. On this occasion National Sports Awards are given away by the president of India. But the greatest sportsperson of India has not been given his due respect. Media will create a lot fuss about #7’s birthday or a bike ride, but did somebody write about the legend? Does he not deserve this much or we dont care about our heroes? I dont mind following the news about current sports legends, but we would be happier if we could see some news piece about dadda who brought 3 Gold Medals in Olympics (1928,  1932 and 1936) to India. I cant do justice by writing about him, but I can definitely request to remember the legend and pay tributes to the only HOCKEY KA JADUGAR (Hockey Wizard).

Major Dhyanchand Statue at MDC National Stadium, New Delhi

Major Dhyan Chand Statue at MDC National Stadium, New Delhi

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