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27 October 2010

eNovel: Patthar Kii Ibaarat (Script of Stone) : Episode- 8

Patthar kii Ibaarat (Smallest)

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उपन्यास: पत्थर की इबारत © एपीसोड- 8

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पिछले भाग की अंतिम पंक्तियाँ…

… चौथे तीर की बारी आने पर परमा को लगा कि मिरगा बीर उसी तीर को आखिरी सीढ़ी बनाने के लिए इस्तेमाल करेगा। पर सवाल यह था कि मिरगा बीर निशाना चूक कर परमा को हल्ला-गोंई के बतौर वार करने का मौका देता भी है या नहीं। तभी मिरगा बीर की कमान से तीर साँय-साँय की आवाज़ के साथ छूटा। परमा बाज की तरह पेड़ के तने पर आँखें गड़ाए हुए, धनुष की प्रत्यंचा को कान तक खींचे हुए और साँस रोक कर तीर छोड़ने के लिए तैयार था। उसी क्षण उसने देखा कि मिरगा बीर ने तीर निशाने से बाहर मार दिया। परमा तो इसी क्षण की ताक में था। उसने बिना एक क्षण का विलंब किए ठीक तीन हाथ नीचे चौथा तीर पेड़ के तने मे धँसा दिया।

भूरा लगभग ज़मीन के नज़दीक उतर आया था। उसने तने पर परमा के तीर का आघात अनुभव करते ही तीर को पंजों से टटोल कर ढूँढ लिया। वह अपने पैरों को तीर पर जमाकर खड़ा हुआ और जमीन पर कूद गया।  वह थर-थर काँप रहा था। उसने अपने दौनों हाथों से अपना चेहरा ढँक लिया और ज़मीन पर घुटनों में सर छुपाकर उकड़ूँ बैठ गया…

और आगे…

भूरा के ज़मीन पर उतरते ही निस्तब्ध वातावरण में लोगों के बीच खुसपुसाहट सी होने लगी। वहाँ उपस्थित लोगों ने यह कभी नहीं सोचा था कि मिरगा बीर मृग शावक को आहत करने के अपराधी को बिना कोई हानि पहुँचाए पेड़ से नीचे उतर जाने देगा। यही नहीं उन्हें इस बात का भी अचरज हो रहा था कि मिरगा बीर ने स्वयं अपने तीरों से भूरा के लिए सीढ़ियाँ तैयार कीं। सभी की नज़रें मिरगा बीर की ओर लगी हुई थीं और सब के सब यही अनुमान लगा रहे थे कि सरदार भूरा के साथ क्या सलूक करता है। मगर मिरगा बीर भूरा की ओर ध्यान देने की बजाय अपने पीछे पंक्तिबद्ध खड़े लड़ाकों की ओर उन्मुख होकर बोला-
“…कढ़ोरी कहाँ है…?”

सभी लड़ाके अपने आस-पास कढ़ोरी को खोजने लगे। तभी पहली पंक्ति में खड़ा कढ़ोरी  आगे आया और मिरगा बीर की ओर उसके आदेश की प्रतीक्षा में टकटकी लगाए देखने लगा। मिरगा बीर पलक झपकते ही अपने घोड़े के पास पहुँच गया। उसने अपना धनुष और तरकश घोड़े की जीन पर वापस कसे और दुबारा अपने हथियारों पर बंधे पट्टों का परीक्षण किया। फ़िर अपने दाहिने पैर के नाखूनों से ज़मीन को खरौंचा और हाथों के नाखूनों को एक-दूसरे से कुरेदते हुए कढ़ोरी की ओर पलटा और बोला-
“…काए रे कढ़ोरी …! का सजा दऊँ तोरे मोड़ा हे?” (क्यों रे कढ़ोरी …! क्या सज़ा दूँ तेरे बेटे को…?) और और बिना कढ़ोरी की बात सुने मिरगा बीर आगे बोलता गया- “चल रे कढ़ोरी…! एक काम कर… आज तैंईं सजा दैदे अपने मोड़ा हे”। (एक काम कर्… आज तू ही दे दे सज़ा अपने बेटे को।

मिरगा बीर का आदेश सुनकर कढ़ोरी अवाक रह गया और वहाँ खड़ी तमाम भीड़ आश्चर्यचकित रह गई कि आखिर मिरगा बीर ऐसा क्यों कर रहा है। किंतु मिरगाबीर लोगों की प्रतिक्रिया को अनदेखा करते हुए, कढ़ोरी पर अपनी आँखें टिकाए हुए बोला-
“चल रे कढ़ोरी …! दे सजा अपने मोड़ा हे (बेटे को)…”

“मिरगा बीर, मैं का सजा दैहों ओहे, तोरे सामने… (मिरगाबीर! मैं क्या सज़ा दूँगा उसे, तेरी मौजूदगी में…। मुझमें तो हिम्मत नहीं है ऐसा करने की।) कढ़ोरी दौनों हाथ ऊपर उठाए हुए सर को दाँए-बाँए झुलाते हुए मिरगाबीर की आँखोँ मे आखें डाले हुए बोला। 

कढ़ोरी बोल ही रहा था कि तभी भूरा की माँ कल्लो भीड़ में से निकल कर बाहर आई और अपनी पूरी शक्ति लगाकर चिल्लाई-
“मिरगाबीर…! भूरा की कोई गलती नैंहाँ… (मिरगाबीर्…! भूरा की कोई गलती नहीं है… हिरन के बछड़े को चोट पहुँचाने के पीछे। आज सवेरे जब परमा हमारे घर शिकार पहुँचाकर वापस गया तो उसके पीठ फ़ेरेने के साथ ही भूरा का बाप उसके पीछे पीछे पड़ गया। कहने लगा कि उसी की उमर का परमा कैसे शिकार करके अपने घर और पड़ौसियों का पेट पालने के लायक हो गया है और भूरा कुछ भी नहीं कर पाता।)…

वह आगे कहती गई कि भूरा अपनी आँखों से लाचार था उजाले में आते ही उसकी आँखें चौंधियाने लगती थीं और शिकार करना उसके लिए नामुमकिन था। मगर भूरा के पास ऐसी विद्याएँ थीं  जो कबीले में और किसी के पास नही थीं। उसकी यह बात सुनकर मिरगाबीर असमंजस में पड़गया। वह झटके से उस दुबली-पतली नारी की ओर मुड़ा और बोला-
एरी कल्लो…! ऐसी कौन सी बिद्या आए तोरे मोड़ा के पास्…? (तेरे बेटे के पास ऐसी कौनसी विद्याएँ हैं?)

मिरगाबीर के प्रश्न के उत्तर में कल्लो ने अपने हाथ मे थामी हुई एक चमड़े की थैली मिरगाबीर की ओर बढ़ा दी… और कहा-
लै खुदइ देख ले… मिरगाबीर्… (वह आगे कहती गई कि बुदनी नदी की बारीक रेत से सोने के कण निथारकर उनसे लाख के मनकों और कड़ों पर सोने के पत्तर चढ़ाने में भूरा माहिर था। नदी की तलहटी में बिखरे लाल और हरे पत्थर बीनकर उन्हें नदी के तट पर पड़े पत्थरों पर तराश कर गहनों पर जड़ने की कला भी उसने खोज निकाली थी। कल्लो ने मिरगाबीर के हाथों पर चमड़े की बटुआ नुमा थैली रखदी और कहा कि वह स्वयं ही भूरा की कारीगरी थैली में सहेजकर रखे स्वर्णजड़ित आभूषणों पर प्रत्यक्ष देख सकता था।

कल्लो के द्वारा भूरा के अविश्वसनीय व्यक्तित्व का परिचय पाकर मिरगाबीर अवाक रह गया। उसने कल्लो के हाथ से थैली छीन ली, फिर एक घुटना जमीन पर टिका कर नीचे बैठा और थैली को जमीन की हरी घास पर उलट दिया। शुद्ध अछूते सोने से मढ़े मनके और कड़े हरीकच घास की पृष्ठभूमि और उनपर पड़ रही सूर्य की किरणों में दक-दक दमकने लगे। पेड़ों की पत्तियों से छन-छन कर आ रही सुबह की अलबेली धूप उन आभूषणों पर जड़ेहुए लाल-हरे पत्थरों से टकराकर आँखों को चौंधियाने लगी। साथ ही लगभग पचास-साठ लाल-हरे पत्थर आभूषणों के आस-पास बिखर कर अलग ही छटा बिखेरने लगे।

मिरगाबीर एक बार आभूषणों की ओर देखता और फिर अपने चारों ओर खुशियाँ मनाते कबीले के लोगों की ओर देखकर अपने दौनों हाथ हवा में ऊपर की ओर उठाकर और सर को दाँए-बाँए झुलाकर आश्चर्य प्रकट करता। कल्लो ने अपने दौनों हाथों की उंगलियाँ एक-दूसरे में जकड़कर गरदन के साथ सटा रकी थीं और खुशी से दाँए-बाँए डोलती जा रही थी। कढ़ोरी दौनों हाथ नीचे झुलाए हुए लाचार सा खड़ा हुआ चारों ओर घूम-घूम कर देख रहा था जैसे कि पश्चाताप के कारण भीतर ही भीतर प्रयश्चित कर रहा हो। ऐसा वातावरण कबीले के इतिहास में पहली बार निर्मित हुआ था जबकि सरदार और आम कबीलावासी सारी औपचारिकताएं और परपराएं भूलकर एकसाथ भावावेश में अपनी सुध-बुध खो बैठे थे।
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शब्दार्थ / Synonyms:
सीढ़ी= ladder; तीर= arrow; निशाना= aim; हल्ला-गोंई= combat buddy; कमान= bow; बाज= eagle, hawk; पेड़ के तने= tree trunk; प्रत्यंचा= bowstring; विलंब= delay; आघात= impulse, blow; पंजों= feet; निस्तब्ध= quiet, tranquil;  खुसपुसाहट= whisper;  सरदार= chieftain, commander; सलूक= treatment; पंक्तिबद्ध= queued, aligned; उन्मुख= turning to them, face to face; तरकश= quiver, magazine of arrows; खरौंचा= scratched; मोड़ा = boy, son; शिकार करके= hunting; आँखों से लाचार= partially visually handicapped; विद्याएँ= expertise; असमंजस= dilemma; सोने के कण= gold sand, gold dust,  लाख के मनकों= shellac beads; कड़ों= bangles; सोने के पत्तर= gold foils; माहिर= expert; तलहटी= bottom; तराश= cutting, grinding; जड़ने= embedding; बटुआ नुमा= wallet like; प्रत्यक्ष= obvious; अविश्वसनीय= unbelievable; व्यक्तित्व= character; अछूते= untouched, raw; पृष्ठभूमि= background; दमकने= glitter; चौंधियाने= dazzling; आश्चर्य= amazement; डोलती= swinging; भावावेश= passion; आश्चर्यचकित= surprised, amazed;  आभूषणों, गेहना = jewelry; पश्चाताप= repentance;  प्रयश्चित = atonement; इतिहास= history; औपचारिकताएं= formalities; परम्पराएं= traditions; भीड़= crowd; विशालकाय, भीमकाय=   gigantic; माँसपेशियों= muscles; थिरकन= vibrations;  सत्ता= power; पराक्रमी= mighty; आक्रामक= aggressive; अवाक= speechless; भयभीत= scared; मिचमिचाती= blinking; कलाकारी= art; गहन= deep; सजा= punishment; तमतमाकर= heating up; असमंजस= dilemma;  मृगशावक= baby deer; स्वर्णधूलि= gold dust; स्वर्णाभूषण= gold jewelry; कारीगरी= artistry; कायल= convinced, admirer; धर्मसंकट= reluctance; कलेवा= breakfast;  दरबार= court; जिम्मेदारी= responsibility; नरम व्यवहार= soft treatment; सुधबुध= senses; अनुमान= speculations
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Links to Episodes of “Patthar Kii Ibaarat”:
Opening Page:  Preface:  Introduction:  Episode-1:  Episode-2:  Episode-3:  Episode-4:  Episode-5:  Episode-6:  Episode-7:  Episode-8:  Episode-9: Episode-10: : Episode-11: Episode-12: Episode-13; Episode-14 
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A brief interpretation of the story so far…

The fighter tribes of an unnamed hemlet, situated in the east central dense forests, used iron tools like axes, daggers and swords for fighting enemies and hunting for their livelihood. They used bows and arrows as their weapons for shooting distant targets. Bows and arrows were made of solid, strong and flexible bamboos. The arrowheads were made of iron for easy penetration through flash and bones of wild animals. They also procured cane from distant forests for making arrows for stronger impact, deep penetration and longer range for hunting huge wild animals. 

In spite of the fact that their prime job was hunting wild animals, rodents, fish and birds for their survival, they also followed a social regime of wildlife conservation. The chief of their hamlet Mirga Bir used to award severe punishments to the people who happened to kill animals mischievously or hunting around just for fun. They also had a system of hunting one animal at a time for four to five families. There was a strict ban on killing calves and female animals. 

One morning Parma, a strong huge youth hunted an animal, divided the prey into five shares, inclusive of one for his own family. He then went out for distributing one each to four other families in his neighborhood. On his way back to home he heard a screeching cry of a baby deer. Parma was shocked on hearing the painful cry of an infant animal so late in the morning when the sun had raised quite high in the sky. He rushed in the direction of the incident and found that another youth named Bhoora, who had many inherent health disabilities, had injured a baby deer with an arrow shot from his fathers bow. 

Because of his disabilities Bhoora could not learn professional hunting. He was not even capable of tying the string of a bow and shooting an arrow from it. He was not able to keep his eyes open because of hypersensitivity to light. He was not even able to roam around with his eyes wide open after sunrise. Because of all these disabilities he used to feel ignored by the people of the hamlet because of his frail structure and weak body. Eventually out of frustration he took an extreme step by stealing a small bow of his father Kadhori and ventured out for a hunt like other youths of the hamlet. 

Bhoora did not find any grownup animal for hunting as the animals had already left for a safer place, away from human population after dawn. He incidentally found a small baby deer, distracted from her herd, in the dense bushes and shot an arrow at it. The unskillfully shot arrow hit the animal at its rear torso and penetrated superficially, rendering the baby animal withering with pain and temporarily disabling its hind leg. 

Parma raised crisis alarm by shouting at the top of his voice and tried to give first-aid to the baby deer. He collected leaves of medicinal herbs found in the adjoining surroundings, smeared them and applied them on the bleeding wound. The people of Bargi responded to the distress call and a crowd of about hundred people assembled at the place of incident. The chief (Sardar) of the hamlet Mirga Bir also arrived at the spot with his six bodyguards riding on huge horses. By that time Bhoora climbed on a gooseberry (Amla) tree and hid him behind thick bunches of leaves. 

Mirga Bir  shot multiple arrows at the trunk of the Amla tree forming a ladder for Bhoora to climb down over the smooth trunk of gooseberry tree. Parma acted as the ‘combat buddy’ to Mirga Bir while he was shooting arrows, one after the other at the tree trunk.  Mirga Bir expressed his surprise and satisfaction when he deliberately missed a shot at the trunk and the ever alert Parma shot an arrow at the predefined target and concluded the ladder formed by Mirga Bir. 

Mirga Bir asked Bhoora’s father Kadhori to punish his son rather than awarding a punishment himself. At that moment Bhoora’s mother Kallo came forward and  took Mirga Bir and the crowd by a pleasant surprise by disclosing that her son had developed a rare talent of collecting gold dust from the riverbed sand and making gold coated beads and bangles with shellac (Lakh).  He also learnt grinding and shaping the green and red transparent stones and mounting them on the shellac ornaments. Mirga Bir and the crowd could not believe the sight of the dazzling gold-work when Kallo displayed gold-coated and jewel studded shellac ornaments in front of Mirga Bir.

Discovery of gold-coated and jewel-studded shellac ornament was a historic breakthrough for the hamlet at the times when the people of primitive tribes were using bones and teeth of animals for making their ornaments.  With the sight of glittering gold and stone-studded jewelry Mirga Bir and the crowd forgot the purpose of their assembly for a moment.

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23 October 2010

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21 October 2010

CWG Delhi 2010 World Discus Throw Champion Dani Samuels Challenges Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist Indian Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia for $20,000 ‘Winner-Takes-All’ Contest:

World Discus Throw Champion Dani Samuels Challenges Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist Indian Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia for $20,000 ‘Winner-Takes-All’ Contest: It is unprofessional... 

All three medals in Discus Throw Event won by Indians

Discus-throw is not an act that can be controlled totally by the thrower him/herself. There are many other parameters that depend on external conditions. I was a discus thrower for about 6 – 8 years in nineteen sixties; as such, I have basic concepts about the sport and the techniques involved with it. Let us enlist the activities involved in throwing a discus. They are as follows:
  1. Firstly- the  thrower holds the discus in one of the hands by resting the centre of the discus over the palm and holding the circular edge of the discus with the help of the fore-ends of all the four fingers 
  2. Secondly- the thrower swings the hand, along with the discus, back and forth,  with the discus suspended intact over the palm and resting at the finger-tips
  3. Thirdly- the thrower continues swinging the discus in anticlockwise direction (for right-handed thrower) along with the entire body by fully outstretching the hand at the farthest distance from the body
  4. Fourthly- the thrower takes a couple of forcefully accelerated  rotations thereby providing the maximum momentum to the discuss held in the outstretched hand constantly in horizontal position
  5. Finally- once the thrower achieves the maximum momentum for the discus he/she launches the discus in the given direction with an  added push at the time of the throw hurling the discus like a projectile at almost 45deg elevation and keeping the discus in horizontal position and parallel to the line of trajectory 
I have explained the above five stages of actions for throwing the discus. Now let us also discuss the following important parameters that influence the success of the throw and the distance achieved:
  1. The radius at which the discus is rotated along with the thrower’s body around the vertical axis passing through the centre of gravity of the throwers body
  2. The more the radios of rotation the farther would be the distance thrown
  3. This is the reason why taller persons make better discus throwers
  4. The discus should be thrown at a suitable angle of elevation almost at 45deg 
  5. The discus should travel spinning fast in a stabilized condition with minimum turbulence or wobbling 
  6. The wind density and wind velocity will affect the distance thrown by drifting the discus towards back, right or left
  7. The foot gear used by the thrower will also influence the push exerted at the discus at the time of throw-off 
Considering the above description of discus throw and various parameters, characteristics and conditions, this event is not a sport that can be challenged for a bout like boxing and wrestling. There are many external, environmental and manmade parameters over which the thrower has no control. 


In view of all that, the world champion Australian Dani Samuels’ challenge for the $20,000 winner-takes-all contest challenge to the Commonwealth Games gold medalist Indian discus thrower Krishna Poonia, appears to be a nonprofessional act. The spirit behind this challenge appears to be vengeance rather than the feeling of healthy competition. I appeal to the world fraternities of sports and games to appeal to the world champion Dani Samuals to take back the challenge and uphold the spirit of healthy competitive regime in the world.  
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19 October 2010

Delhi 2010 CWG Commonwealth Games Discus throw gold-medallist Poonia ready to face Dani anywhere in the world:

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Delhi 2010 CWG Commonwealth Games  Discus throw gold-medallist Poonia ready to face Dani anywhere in the world: 




Commonwealth Games gold medalist discus thrower Krishna Poonia has accepted world champion Dani Samuels’ challenge and is ready to compete with her for the $20,000 winner-takes-all contest, anywhere in the world. However her top priority is her preparations for the Asian Games, said her husband Virender  Poonia.


Krishna Poonia has an all-time best discus throw of 63.69m, which she did in April whereas; Dani Samuels has her best of 65.84m which she threw in February. 


Dani should not take it for granted that she would be able to throw 65.84m or more in the proposed challenge. At the same time she should not have any doubts that Krishna Poonia’s probable throw might also be more than her career best 63.69m. 


In fact throwing such challenges is an unhealthy practice initiated by the Australian Discus Thrower. It would have been better for her if she competed in the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and proved her excellence.  


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18 October 2010

Krishna Poonia entered the history books of Indian sports and has initiated a challenge from her Australian counterpart… CWG Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010:

CWG Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010:  Krishna Poonia entered the history books of Indian sports and has initiated a challenge from her Australian counterpart… 


Krishna Poonia entered the history books of Indian sports by winning the gold medal for discus throw in the commonwealth games CWG Delhi 2010. At the same time the coach of Australia's discus thrower, Dani Samuels has thrown an open challenge to Krishna Poonia to compete with her.


The prestigious Diamond League has offered $10,000 prize money for the winner in the proposed showoff; whereas, another sponsor has doubled the prize money to $20,000 for the competitor who would throw the discus farther. 


It looks a bit off-track and surely against the decent sportsman spirit that should have been maintained in the international sports world. Such statements by sports persons or by their coaches and officials could have been easily avoided. 


Please read the original report published on Sydney Morning Herald website: 
“Samuels to meet Indian champion in showdown”
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14 October 2010

Commonwealth Games 2010 Closing Ceremony New Delhi Part-7 Musical Perfor...


Commonwealth Games 2010 Closing Ceremony New Delhi Part-3 Welcome Glasgo...


Commonwealth Games 2010 Closing Ceremony New Delhi Part-1




Common Wealth Games 2010 opening ceremony (CWG 2010):




CWG-2010 Closing Ceremony Part-4_telugutouch.com


Commonwealth Games 2010 Closing Ceremony New Delhi Part-2

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URL: http://harishjhariasblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/14-oct-2010-final-medal-tally-on-14-oct.html


Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010 closing ceremony


Closing Ceremony of Commonwealth Games (CWG) Delhi 2010.mpg

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14 Oct 2010 Final Medal Tally on 14 Oct 2010… Gold Medal Winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2010, CWG Delhi…

Final Medal Tally on 14 Oct 2010… 
Gold Medal Winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2010, CWG Delhi…




Date: 14 Oct 2010
Time: 4:26 PM
  1. Abhinav Bindra + Gagan Narang- 10m air rifle   pairs (men) 
  2. Rahi Sarnobat + Anisa Sayeed- 25m air pistol   pairs (women)
  3. Anil Kumar- Wrestling   (96 kg)
  4. Sanjay - Wrestling (74 kg) 
  5. Ravinder Singh- Wrestling (60 kg) 
  6. Gagan Narang- Shooting  Singles 10m Air Rifle (Men )
  7. Omkar Singh- Shooting Singles 50m Pistol (Men)
  8. Renu Bala Chanu- Weightlifting  58kg (Women )
  9. Anisa Sayeed- Shooting Singles 25m Pistol (Women )
  10. Renu Bala Chanu- weightlifting 58 kg  (women)
  11. Ravi Kumar– Weight Lifting (Men)
  12. Omkar Singh+Gurpreet Singh- 10m air pistol pairs (men)
  13. Geeta- Wrestling 55kg (Women)
  14. Vijay Kumar and Gurpreet Singh- 25m rapid fire pistol pairs  
  15. Vijay Kumar- 25m Rapid Fire Pistol  Singles (Games Final Record)
  16. Gagan Narang's + Imran Hasan Khan- 50-metre rifle, pairs
  17. Deepika Kumari+Dola Banerjee+Bombayala Devi- Archery Re-curve (Women)
  18. Omkar Singh- 10m Air Rifle Singles (Men)
  19. Alka Tomar- wrestling 59 kg freestyle (Women)
  20. Anita- 67 kg wrestling freestyle (Women)
  21. Gagan Narang- ShootingS50m Rifle 3 positions Shooting (Men)
  22. Vijay Kumar+Harpreet Singh- Shooting 25m Centre Fire Pistol Pairs (Men)
  23. Yogeshwar Dutt- Wrestling 60kg Freestyle (Men) 
  24. Narsingh Pancham Yadav- Wrestling 74 kg Freestyle Gold (Men)
  25. Harpreet Singh- Shooting 25m Centre-fire Pistol Individual (Men)
  26. Deepika Kumari Archery Individual Recurve (Women)
  27. Sushil Kumar- Wrestling 66kg Freestyle (Men)
  28. Somdev Devvarman- Lawn Tennis   Men's Singles 
  29. Rahul Banerjee- Archery  Individual Recurve (Women)
  30. Krishan Poonia- Women’s Discus 
  31. Annu Raj Singh + Heena Sidhu- Women's 10m Air Pistol Pairs
  32. Mandeep Kaur + Manjeet Kaur+ Sini Jose + Ashwini Akkunji- Women's 4 x 400 m Relay 
  33. Achanta Kamal/Subhajit Saha- Men's Table Tennis Doubles
  34. Manoj Kumar- Light Welterweight Boxing 
  35. Paramjeet Samota- Super Heavyweight (+91kg) Boxing 
  36. Suranjoy Singh- Boxing 52 kg 
  37. Jwala Gutta +  Ashwini Ponnappa- Women’s Badminton Doubles 
  38. Saina Nehwal- Women’s Badminton Singles


Saina Nehwal: The last Indian winning Gold for Women's Badminton Singles and bringing up India to the second position in the CWG Delhi 2010 Medal Tally...
Click here: for report on Saina Nehwal...
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Total Golds: 38
Total Medals: 101*
CWG Position: 2nd   
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*Silver: 27
*Bronze: 36
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Saina Nehwal wins the most important gold medal in Women's Badminton Singles... Commonwealth Games 2010, CWG Delhi…

Commonwealth Games 2010, CWG Delhi… 
Saina Nehwal wins the most important gold medal in Women's Badminton Singles...


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She pulled the Indian position in the CWG medal tally up to the 2nd slot and pushed England to the 3rd position... 
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Total Golds: 38
Total Medals: 101*
CWG Position: 2nd   
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*Silver: 27
*Bronze: 36
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Review: CWG Men’s Hockey final for Gold: India lost to Australia by 0–8 goals and settles for silver...

Review: CWG Men’s Hockey final for Gold: 
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HHH


Indian hockey team celebrating their victory over England and qualifying for the finals...


India lost to Australia by 0–8 goals and settled for a silver...


-Harish Jharia


India was defeated in the final of men’s Hockey by demoralizing score of 0 – 8 goals. We as spectators and reviewers never imagined such a bad defeat for India who played an international class of hockey with England and defeated them in a nail biting finish in sudden death penalty stocks shootout. 


I firmly believe that Australia have won the match against a very strong Indian team by following strategic tricks in the match rather than outclassing the Indian team in playing expertises, fitness and stamina.  They made most of the goals in counter attacks when the Indian players were in the other half of the ground. 


First they let the Indians to have control of the ball and enter their half and then suddenly they counterattacked by long passes and shot goals at an unprotected goalpost. India should learn this tactics, rather than blindly following the traditional play of keeping the ball in their control and attacking like military troops. 


The other trick Australians followed was strategically and deliberately getting penalty corners in their favor by pushing the ball at Indian players’ bodies in their ‘D’. Thereafter they used their expertise in converting the penalty corners into goals. India will have to learn these tactics also for earning goals by making the opposite team to commit fouls in the ‘D’. 


The Indian team should also learn to frequently changing tactics from short-passes to long-passes and vice versa for breaking the rhythm of the opponent’s play. They should also stop giving so very many back-passes in their own half, at times when they are required to move fast for multiple attacks against the opposite team. 
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Medal Tally on 14 Oct 2010… Gold Medal Winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2010, CWG Delhi…



Medal Tally on 14 Oct 2010… Gold Medal Winners for India in Commonwealth Games 2010, CWG Delhi…


Click here for the final medals tally:  
URL: http://harishjhariasblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/14-oct-2010-final-medal-tally-on-14-oct.html


Date: 14 Oct 2010
Time: 1:49 PM
  1. Abhinav Bindra + Gagan Narang- 10m air rifle   pairs (men)
  2. Rahi Sarnobat + Anisa Sayeed- 25m air pistol   pairs (women)
  3. Anil Kumar- Wrestling   (96 kg)
  4. Sanjay - Wrestling (74 kg)
  5. Ravinder Singh- Wrestling (60 kg)
  6. Gagan Narang- Shooting  Singles 10m Air Rifle (Men )
  7. Omkar Singh- Shooting Singles 50m Pistol (Men)
  8. Renu Bala Chanu- Weightlifting  58kg (Women )
  9. Anisa Sayeed- Shooting Singles 25m Pistol (Women )
  10. Renu Bala Chanu- weightlifting 58 kg  (women)
  11. Ravi Kumar– Weight Lifting (Men)
  12. Omkar Singh+Gurpreet Singh- 10m air pistol pairs (men)
  13. Geeta- Wrestling 55kg (Women)
  14. Vijay Kumar and Gurpreet Singh- 25m rapid fire pistol pairs 
  15. Vijay Kumar- 25m Rapid Fire Pistol  Singles (Games Final Record)
  16. Gagan Narang's + Imran Hasan Khan- 50-metre rifle, pairs
  17. Deepika Kumari+Dola Banerjee+Bombayala Devi- Archery Re-curve (Women)
  18. Omkar Singh- 10m Air Rifle Singles (Men)
  19. Alka Tomar- wrestling 59 kg freestyle (Women)
  20. Anita- 67 kg wrestling freestyle (Women)
  21. Gagan Narang- ShootingS50m Rifle 3 positions Shooting (Men)
  22. Vijay Kumar+Harpreet Singh- Shooting 25m Centre Fire Pistol Pairs (Men)
  23. Yogeshwar Dutt- Wrestling 60kg Freestyle (Men)
  24. Narsingh Pancham Yadav- Wrestling 74 kg Freestyle Gold (Men)
  25. Harpreet Singh- Shooting 25m Centre-fire Pistol Individual (Men)
  26. Deepika Kumari Archery Individual Recurve (Women)
  27. Sushil Kumar- Wrestling 66kg Freestyle (Men)
  28. Somdev Devvarman- Lawn Tennis   Men's Singles 
  29. Rahul Banerjee- Archery  Individual Recurve (Women)
  30. Krishan Poonia- Women’s Discus
  31. Annu Raj Singh + Heena Sidhu- Women's 10m Air Pistol Pairs
  32. Mandeep Kaur + Manjeet Kaur+ Sini Jose + Ashwini Akkunji- Women's 4 x 400 m Relay 
  33. Achanta Kamal/Subhajit Saha- Men's Table Tennis Doubles       
  34. Manoj Kumar- Light Welterweight Boxing
  35. Paramjeet Samota- Super Heavyweight (+91kg) Boxing
  36. Suranjoy Singh- Boxing 52 kg
  37. Jwala Gutta +  Ashwini Ponnappa- Women’s Badminton Doubles
Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa defeated Singaporean duo of Sari Shanti Mulia and Yao Lei in straight-games to become India's first women's doubles pair to win a gold medal…
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Total Golds: 37
Total Medals: 99*
CWG Position: 3rd  
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*Silver: 27
*Bronze: 35
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