Ace archer Deepika Kumari added another feather to her cap when she clinched the gold medal at the World Cup Stage-II in Antalya, Turkey, on Saturday.The teenager from Jharkhand got the better of South Korean Lee Sung Jin 6-4 in the women’s individual recurve final.With less than three months to go for the London Olympics, this title triumph will boost Deepika’s confidence as she goes for ultimate glory in the British capital.She showed composure to recover from 0-2 and 2-4 down to seal the deal.Lee, 27, is an experienced campaigner and had won the team gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics, as well as the silver in the individual event. She was crowned individual and team world champion in 2005 and was ranked No. 1 in the world in June 2006.The Korean won the team event at the World Cup Stage I in Shanghai last month.The Korean started well and hit three perfect 10s. Deepika could respond with just one 10 and lost the first set 30-27.But the Indian hit back with two 10s in the second set and won it 29-27 after Lee managed to hit the bull’s eye just once.The title match swung to and fro and Lee surged ahead again winning the third set 29-27 on the back of two 10s to Deepika’s one.But the 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist dug deep and shaded the fourth set 27-26 to force a decider.Deepika kept her cool and opened with a perfect 10. It was nail-biting stuff as the two finalists were level with one arrow left for each.advertisementDeepika hit a nine, which meant that Lee needed a nine of her own to ensure a shoot-off or a 10 to win it outright. She could manage only an eight, which meant that Deepika won the final set 28-27 and with it the gold medal.India is in the line for more glory in the men’s team recurve final when they take on Great Britain in the final on Sunday.The trio of Rahul Banerjee, Tarundeep Rai and Jayanta Talukdar – who are yet to qualify for the London Olympics – will face Laurence Godfrey, Simon Terry and Alan Wills in the gold medal clash. The Indians have already beaten the formidable South Koreans in the semi-finals.Wrestlers disappointIndian wrestlers failed to book any Olympic berth on the second day of the qualifying event in Helsinki. Freestyle wrestler Rajeev Tomar lost to Romania’s Chintoan Daniel (0-2, 0-5) in the quarterfinal. In Greco Roman category, five Indians were out and only Anil Kumar (96kg) was left in fray.
It was noticed construction work of these stadiums has notIt was noticed construction work of these stadiums has not started (June 2015) as the land was not made available by Gram Panchayats concerned. DSYAO, Ambala stated (June 2015) the work has not been started so far. Response from DSYAO, Jhajjar was not received, the CAG report said.Thus, transferring of funds without ensuring availability of land resulted not only in blockade of funds of Rs 1.52 crore but also deprived sports persons of the facilities.Scrutiny of records of district sports and youth affairs officers (DSYAO) of Ambala and Yamunanagar showed the SYA transferred Rs 32.25 lakh to the different executing agencies for renovation of gymnasium hall and construction of mini stadium at Rupali village (Yamunanagar) during July 2008 to March 2014, the report said.During physical verification by the department, the Deputy Director found there was seepage at one or two places of the ceiling of the Gymnasium hall, it said.Despite expenditure of Rs 16.63 lakh (July 2012) and Rs 1.23 lakh (November 2013) on renovation of the hall at Ambala, defects could not be fixed, it said.The fact, thus, remains that even after incurring expenditure of Rs 17.86 lakh on repair of the gymnasium hall, it could not be put to use as of December 2015, report said.An amount of Rs 14.39 lakh was released to Executive Engineer, PRI, Yamunanagar in July 2008 for construction of Mini Stadium at village Rupali, without ensuring availability of land, the report said.The executing agency returned (December 2008) Rs 12.38 lakh to the Department after deducting Rs 2.01 lakh incurred on 10 per cent of the work, which proved wasteful as a stay order had been given by the High Court on the land the stadium was to be built on. As such, Mini stadium remained unconstructed till December 2015, the report said. PTI CHS TIR SK TIRadvertisement
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