Australia  

Back in game! Sports enthusiasts return to playgrounds in Srinagar post COVID lockdown

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 03:22s - Published
Back in game! Sports enthusiasts return to playgrounds in Srinagar post COVID lockdown

Back in game! Sports enthusiasts return to playgrounds in Srinagar post COVID lockdown

As gradually economy has started to open up, young sportsmen are back in game in the Valley.

Keeping COVID pandemic in mind, Wushu Association took initiative to train kids in an open field.

An open field is arranged for young players at Aluchi Bagh area of Srinagar so that they can train themselves at a hurdle-free space.

The assigned coaches help them to train and practice various games.

Parents can also accompany their kids here at the playground.

With this, children can prepare for upcoming tournaments and also can get physical fitness training.


You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Coronavirus disease 2019 Coronavirus disease 2019 Infectious respiratory disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2

J&J, AstraZeneca resuming trials of vaccines [Video]

J&J, AstraZeneca resuming trials of vaccines

AstraZeneca has resumed the U.S. trial of its experimental COVID-19 vaccine after approval by regulators, and Johnson & Johnson is preparing to resume its trial early next week, the companies said on Friday. Fred Katayama reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:08Published
Watch: TMC’s Nusrat Jahan dances & plays Dhak during Durga Puja celebrations [Video]

Watch: TMC’s Nusrat Jahan dances & plays Dhak during Durga Puja celebrations

Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan was seen dancing during Durga Puja celebrations in West Bengal’s New Alipore. Nusrat was spotted in a red & white sari dancing with women. She was also seen playing the traditional drum or Dhak on Durga Ashtami. Jahan & other people were seen wearing masks to contain the spread of Covid-19. Accompanied by her husband, she offered flowers at Suruchi Sangha Pandal. Amid Coivd surge, Durga Puja has been a low-key affair minus the grand festivities. The Calcutta High Court has ruled Durga Puja pandals across West Bengal as ‘no entry zones’ this year.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 01:30Published

Khabib vs. Georges St-Pierre Was Late Father's Dream, Trainer Says

It's starting to make more sense why Khabib Nurmagomedov so badly wants to fight Georges St-Pierre -- it was his father's plan. Khabib's dad, Abdulmanap..
TMZ.com
EJ Espresso: Delhi Covid cases hit 4,000 even as India sees a decline [Video]

EJ Espresso: Delhi Covid cases hit 4,000 even as India sees a decline

Delhi reported 4,086 fresh cases on Friday, its highest spike in 35 days. Except on October 19, the capital has been reporting over 3,000 cases daily for the last 10 days, sparking concerns of a second wave as the festive season sets in. The numbers are worrying especially when national Covid figures have shown a remarkable decline.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 05:35Published

Srinagar Srinagar City in Jammu and Kashmir, India

'Not anti-national or religious fight': J&K mega alliance to expose 'lies' [Video]

'Not anti-national or religious fight': J&K mega alliance to expose 'lies'

Members of the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration held a meeting in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar on October 24. The meeting was held at PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti's residence, and attended by her former rivals Farooq and Omar Abdullah. The six political parties part of the alliance are National Conference, People's Democratic Party, People's Conference, Awami National Conference, People's Movement, and Communist Party of India-Marxist. Farooq Abdullah will be the alliance's president, while Mufti will be the vice-president. The alliance will release a 'white paper' within a month to expose 'lies' about Jammu and Kashmir's situation before the abrogation of its special status. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 04:14Published
‘Failed to solve issues’: Mehbooba Mufti slams Centre over Kashmir, Article 370 [Video]

‘Failed to solve issues’: Mehbooba Mufti slams Centre over Kashmir, Article 370

Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP) president and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti held her first party meeting in Srinagar on Thursday, nine days after her release from a 14-month detention on October 13. Mufti said the Central government has failed to solve the country's issues. The former J&K CM said the government keeps coming back to Article 370. Mufti was in detention from August 5 last year following the abrogation of the special status of the erstwhile state. After being freed, she tweeted: "After being released from fourteen long months of illegal detention, a small message for my people," followed by an audio message. She was released on that night of October 13 as the Union Territory administration revoked the Public Safety Act charges against her. Watch the full video for more details.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:23Published
Memories of 22 Oct 1947: 'Black day for Kashmiriyat', Prahlad Singh Patel recalls Pakistan misadventure [Video]

Memories of 22 Oct 1947: 'Black day for Kashmiriyat', Prahlad Singh Patel recalls Pakistan misadventure

Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Ministry, Prahlad Singh Patel recalled Pakistan misadventure of 22nd October 1947. While speaking at two-day symposium' on 'Memories of 22 October 1947' in Srinagar, Patel said, "The attack by Pakistan-backed tribal invaders in Kashmir on 22 October 1947 is a black day for Kashmiriyat'. The event was organised by National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology in collaboration with government of JandK. Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha also attended the event.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:15Published

Valley Valley Low area between hills, often with a river running through it

Good news for book lovers in J-K as libraries re-open [Video]

Good news for book lovers in J-K as libraries re-open

Here is good news for all the book lovers in the Valley. The Jammu and Kashmir government has reopened libraries for students and bibliophiles. The libraries were shut since COVID-induced lockdown. The government took this decision to provide study material to students as online classes have its demerits. Students applauded the decision of the government.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 03:48Published
Sher-e-Kashmir University introduces 'Hail Net System' to protect apple crops [Video]

Sher-e-Kashmir University introduces 'Hail Net System' to protect apple crops

Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences - Technology in Srinagar introduced 'Hail Net System' for protection of apple crop. Valley is known for its high quality apples, however, climatic conditions in the past two years affected the crop yield. Hailstorms and birds have also caused damage to the crops. One of the farmers said, "Anti-hail nets being used to protect crops from damage caused by hailstorms. Also, it helps in saving crops from birds"

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:44Published

Tweets about this


Related videos from verified sources

Sports betting finally hits its stride in Colorado as major sports return from COVID slumber [Video]

Sports betting finally hits its stride in Colorado as major sports return from COVID slumber

As the Nuggets enjoy post season success and the Broncos kick off their season, the newly legalized world of sports betting is giving Colorado fans a little more skin in the game.

Credit: 7News - The Denver Channel     Duration: 04:55Published