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PM Modi reaches Kathmandu, Nepal to attend 18th SAARC Summit

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PM has reached Nepal to attend the SAARC Summit.

PM Modi reaches Kathmandu, Nepal to attend 18th SAARC Summit

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CHHATTISGARH GIRLS GET THE BETTER OF KERALA

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#7:  41ST SUB-JUNIOR NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP – CHHATTISGARH GIRLS GET THE BETTER OF KERALA

 

(Vishnu Ravi Shankar) Nashik, 24-25 November 2014: The qualifying matches of the upper pool teams held on the evening of Day 3 of the 41st Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship produced a few close contests. Defending champs for the girls Chhattisgarh managed to hold off a comeback from the Kerala team and registered a 65-60 win. Local favourites, Maharashtra girls made easy work of the Punjab team with a 42-5 win. The Rajasthan and Haryana boys were involved in a high scoring contest with Rajasthan pulling away for a 94-88 win. Much to the disappointment of the local crowd, the Maharashtra boys ending up the losing side against the Madhya Pradesh team, who picked a 80-53 win.

 

On the morning of Day 3, the West Bengal and Haryana girls won their qualifying matches against Odisha and Telengana respectively to move to the upper pool. The Assam and Chandigarh boys also moved to the upper pool with wins against Punjab and West Bengal respectively, thus knocking them out of the tournament.

 

The results of the qualifying matches held from 5.30 p.m. to the end of the day on 24 November 2014 are as follows:

 

Girls:

 

Level 1 (Upper Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Chhattisgarh (Sreekala R. 27) bt Kerala (Elijabet Ekka 17) 65-60 (11-9, 19-11, 13-16, 22-24)
  2. Maharashtra (Anushka Gote 10) bt Punjab (Anmol Preet 2, Anika 2) 42-5 (26-3, 10-2, 3-0, 2-0)

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Gujarat (T. Shah 14) bt Jammu and Kashmir (Aqsa 2) 53-2 (23-0, 14-0, 6-0, 10-2)

 

Boys:

 

Level 1 (Upper Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Rajasthan (Hardeep Boora 31) bt Haryana (Kuldeep Singh 35) 94-88 (20-22, 23-17, 22-24, 29-25)
  2. Madhya Pradesh (Amit Singh Chouhan 22) bt Maharashtra (Nilesh Yadav 20) 80-53(21-11, 26-13, 12-8, 21-21)

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Gujarat (Nilkanth Patel 14) bt Goa (Bikash Ch. Deb 9) 54-28 (19-5, 12-0, 13-15, 10-8)
  2. Uttarakhand (Arin S.N. 17) bt Goa (Reuben Fernandes 4) 35-13 (16-1, 0-5, 13-3, 8-4)

 

The results of the qualifying matches held from the beginning of the day up to 12.00 p.m. on 25 November 2014 are as follows:

 

Girls:

 

Qualifying matches (winner moves to Level 1):

 

  1. West Bengal (L. Deb 14) bt Odisha (Saraswati B. 21) 55-46 (4-17, 13-3, 16-16, 22-10)
  2. Haryana (Meenu 23) bt Telengana (Divya Lohiya 4) 42-14 (13-0, 12-7, 14-7, 3-0)

 

Losers Knockout (quarterfinals):

 

  1. Assam (M. Begum 12, M. Ranivya 12) bt Goa (Ninoshka Fernandes 5, Wallencia Cardozo 5) 34-17 (5-2, 2-6, 14-8, 13-1)
  2. Chandigarh (Sejhnoor 10, Jaismeen 10) bt Jammu and Kashmir (Akanksha Charak 2, Ankita Rajput 2) 41-4(10-0, 9-2, 12-2, 10-0)
  3. Gujarat (Tanisha Shah 8, Renita Correya 8) bt Himachal Pradesh (Damini 10) 28-15(12-1, 9-0, 1-9, 6-5)

 

Boys:

 

Qualifying matches (winner moves to Level 1):

 

  1. Assam (Sachin Samarin 18, Sanjajpal Baimik 18) bt Punjab (Jiwan 23) 57-50 (17-7, 10-13, 16-16, 14-14)
  2. Chandigarh (Karamveer S. 41) bt West Bengal (Rohit K. 20) 81-50 (21-22, 25-8, 14-7, 21-13)

 

About the 41st Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship

 

The Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship is an annual national tournament for U-14 boys’ and girls’ teams from states across India. The Nashik District Basketball Association and the Maharashtra State Basketball Association under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India and IMG-Reliance are conducting the 2014 tournament on the two wooden courts at the Meenatai Thakare Indoor Stadium here in Nashik. The tournament will be conducted over a period of 7 days from the 22nd to the 28th of November 2014. This year’s tournament is witnessing the participation of 27 boys’ teams and 25 girls’ teams from various states of the country. The 2013 version tournament was conducted in Patna, Bihar. The Chhattisgarh teams won both the boys and the girls category last year, while the Madhya Pradesh boys and the Tamil Nadu girls finished runners-up respectively.

 

About the Basketball Federation of India

 

The Basketball Federation of India or BFI is the governing and controlling body of basketball in India, and is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport at all levels. BFI has been involved in conducting camps, clinics, events, and training sessions at its academies for the development of basketball. BFI came into being in 1935 and took complete control over Indian basketball in 1950. Prior to that time, the Indian Olympic Association handled the conduct of Indian basketball championships. Since 1950, the BFI has been conducting various such championships, from the grassroots to senior team participation in international tournaments. In addition, the BFI has been responsible for the establishment of strong sub-junior and junior level programs. The BFI has to its credit produced several international players of repute, among them 17 have been bestowed with the honor of Arjuna Award. More information atwww.indiabasketball.org

 

About IMG-Reliance

 

IMG Reliance Pvt Ltd., is an equal joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India’s largest and most recognized private sector company, and IMG Worldwide (IMG), the world’s leading sports marketing and management company. The joint venture company will develop market and manage sports and entertainment in India. Its current assets include India’s premier fashion event, Lakmé Fashion Week and South Asia’s only ATP World Tour event, the Aircel Chennai Open. IMG Reliance has entered agreements with the Basketball Federation of India (BFI) to create a new professional basketball league and manage all aspects of the commercial rights to the game in India and the All India Football Federation (AIFF), to improve, popularize and promote the game of football throughout India, from the grassroots to the professional level. IMG Reliance has also created a scholarship program to identify and train talented young Indians from sports including – basketball, soccer and tennis at IMG’s world-class sports training facilities at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida.





INSTITUTO CERVANTES DE NUEVA DELHI – CULTURA – 30 NOVIEMBRE

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INSTITUTO CERVANTES DE NUEVA DELHI  –  CULTURA  –  30 NOVIEMBRE 2014  –  Web

La comedia española: “Tapas”

Spanish Comedy Film Series: “Tapas”

30/11/2014
Auditorio, Instituto Cervantes, a las 4:30 pmLa comedia española: “Tapas”
Sinopsis: La película se centra básicamente en un bar cualquiera (en este caso en Hospitalet, Barcelona) en el que el dueño se separa de su mujer. Ella habitualmente ocupa el puesto de la cocina, y al marcharse el marido se ve obligado a contratar un cocinero chino. Este cocinero muestra una habilidad especial para la cocina y para la elaboración de tapas. La película muestra como las personas que asisten cada día al local están muy interconectados entre sí mediante la vecindad del barrio aunque sean muy diferentes en edad, nacionalidad, religión, etc. (+)Ver el trailer.

Spanish Comedy Film Series: “Tapas”
Synopsis: The film centers on a Spanish tapas bar and the love lives of the loosely interconnected people in the neighborhood surrounding the bar. The pairs of lovers include a middle aged woman and a young man; an elderly, drug dealing woman and her terminally ill husband in poor health; the tapas bar owner and his estranged wife; and two Chinese immigrants. (+)
AGENDA
25/11/2014
Instituto Cervantes, a las 6:30 p.m.Conferencia: “La cultura Rioplatense”
Sinópsis: Desde hace un tiempo, el mundo literario ha comenzado a hablar de la realidad literaria que representa la cultura de los países que bordean el Río de la Plata, un río ancho como mar, que es compartido por argentinos y uruguayos de manera pacífica y como hermanos.La política de los puertos que acercan y a su vez alejan por distintos intereses, fue forjando desde el año 1800 maneras de ser similares, pero a su vez diferentes en lo que respecta a las reacciones políticas, lo cual no sucedió en el arte: en la escritura, en la pintura, en la escultura o en el cine, etc. Hay y se formó desde esa época una cultura similar que abrevó de las fuentes europeas, españolas, francesas, inglesas y de los EE.UU., así como del aporte judío o de países europeos, y que se sumó a lo propio, lo colonial, lo autóctono aborigen, o de raza negra.La famosa tristeza rioplatense es expresada en la música popular del tango, común a ambos países, como la exaltada nostalgia de una tierra que no se vivió nunca, pero que marcó una etapa fundamental en la formación del intelecto y de los sentimientos de los habitantes de las márgenes del Río de la Plata.

Sobre el ponenete: Carlos Ernesto Orlando Bonet es escritor, diplomático y actual embajador de Uruguay en India. (+)

Talk: The River Plate Culture”
Synopsis: For some time now, the literary world has been spoken about the culture of the countries surrounding the River Plate, a river as wide as a sea, which is shared by Argeninians and Uruguayans like brothers, in a peacefull way.

Since 1800 the politics of the harbours were getting closer and further both sides, but in some way they were allways creating a similar culture and way of life. This new culture fed from European traditions from Spain, France, England, also from the US and even Jew tradition, mixing it all with the native background: the original indigenous culture, the colonial legacy and the black race contributions.

The famous River Plate sadness in expressed in the popular music Tango, shared by the two countries, as the exalted nostalgia of a land where they never lived, but that gave shape to the intellectual brain and feelings of the people in the River Plate’s banks.

About the speaker: Carlos Ernesto Orlando Bonet is a writer, diplomat, and current Ambassador of Uruguay in India (+)

In Spanish with simultaneous English translation.

27/11/2014
Instituto Cervantes, a las 6:30 p.m.

Mesa redonda: “Nicanor Parra y la antipoesía”

Sinópsis: Mesa redonda en torno a la figura de Nicanor Parra a cargo de los hispanistas, Aparajit Chattopadhyay y Vibha Maurya, quienes nos acercarán a la original obra del Premio Cervantes.Sobre el antipoeta: Nicanor Parra Sandoval (San Fabián de Alico, 1914) es un poeta, matemático y físico chileno cuya obra ha tenido una profunda influencia en la literatura hispanoamericana. Considerado el creador de la antipoesía, Parra es, en palabras de Harold Bloom, «incuestionablemente, uno de los mejores poetas de Occidente». El mayor de la Familia Parra —cantera de connotados artistas y músicos de la cultura chilena—, ha sido galardonado con el Premio Nacional de Literatura 1969 y con el Cervantes 2011, entre otros. (+)Round Table: “Nicanor Parra and the anti-poetry”
Synopsis: Round table about Nicanor Parra by the hispanic scholars, Aparajit Chattopadhyay and Vibha Maurya,  who will talk on the work and life of the Cervantes Award winner.

About the anti-poet: Nicanor Parra Sandoval (San fabián de Alico, 1914) is a Chilean poet, mathematician, and physicist. He is considered an influential poet in Chile and throughout Latin America. Some rank him among the most important poets of Spanish language literature. Parra describes himself as an “anti-poet,” due to his distaste for standard poetic pomp and function; after recitations he exclaims “Me retracto de todo lo dicho” (“I take back everything I said”). (+)

In Spanish with simultaneous English translation.

COMING SOON
PRÓXIMAMENTE8 y 9/12/2014
Instituto Cervantes
Teatro: La casa de Bernarda Alba
Theatre: The house of Bernarda Alba
21 a 28/12/2014
Kolkata
Festival Internacional de Cine Infantil de Calcuta
Kolkata International Children’s Film Festival
EL INSTITUTO CERVANTES
EN EL MUNDO

Río de Janeiro: Ciclo de cine peruano (+)
Rio de Janeiro: Peruvian Film Series(+)
Roma: La muerte tiene permiso. (+)
Rome: Death has permission
(+)
Agenda





MAHARASHTRA BOYS TRUMP HARYANA

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#5:  41ST SUB-JUNIOR NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP – MAHARASHTRA BOYS TRUMP HARYANA

 

(Vishnu Ravi Shankar) Nashik, 23-24 November 2014: The Maharashtra boys squared off against Haryana in the last game of yesterday evening. It was a fast-paced encounter with both teams applying similar run-and-gun styles of play. It was neck-and-neck at half, but Maharashtra had a huge third quarter and managed to suppress a comeback from Haryana to come away with a 84-73 victory. Earlier in the evening, the Madhya Pradesh boys’ team dominated against Tamil Nadu with a comfortable 87-65 victory. In the lower pool games yesterday, the Punjab boys remained undefeated picking up a 68-29 victory against Uttarakhand. In the girls matches yesterday, defending champs Chhattisgarh defeated a tough Karnataka team 68-52, while the Kerala girls steamrolled Punjab 79-20.

 

On the morning of Day 3, the lower pool matchups produced no major surprises, with the Delhi boys beating Jammu and Kashmir 31-4, while Punjab continued their winning streak beating Tripura 56-20. The Telengana girls put up yet another impressive performance with an easy 47-22 victory against Assam.

 

The results of the qualifying matches held from 5.30 p.m. to the end of the day on 23 November 2014 are as follows:

 

Girls:

 

Level 1 (Upper Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Chhattisgarh (Elijabet Ekka 25) bt Karnataka (Anagha N. 21) 68-52 (14-18, 18-13, 18-8, 18-13)
  2. Kerala (Sreekala R. 25) bt Punjab (Harpreet 7) 79-20 (17-8, 19-10, 20-2, 23-0)

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Haryana (Meena 17) bt Gujarat (Tanisha Shah 3) 34-4 (26-0, 6-0, 0-2, 2-2)

 

Boys:

 

Level 1 (Upper Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Madhya Pradesh (Mani Thakur 16) bt Tamil Nadu (V. Adisiva 36) 87-65 (20-15, 27-11, 27-21, 13-18)
  2. Maharashtra (Harijan D. 22, Yadav N. 21) bt Haryana (Mohit 21, Manjeet 15) 84-73(18-22, 22-21, 26-8, 18-22)

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Chandigarh (Ajmer 24) bt Mizoram (Lalruatpuia 12) 59-39 (22-6, 9-11, 18-14, 10-8)
  2. Punjab (Navkarman 22) bt Uttarakhand (Viraj A. 12) 68-29 (25-12, 14-2, 9-4, 20-8)

 

The results of the qualifying matches held from the beginning of the day up to 12.00 p.m. on 24 November 2014 are as follows:

 

Girls:

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Bihar (Muskan 8) bt Rajasthan (Shivangi Bajad 5) 24-21 (2-8, 2-4, 10-6, 10-3)
  2. Telengana (Anshu 12) bt Assam (M. Raniya 12) 47-22 (12-8, 19-2, 10-4, 6-8)

 

Boys:

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Delhi (Ishaan Sinha 12) bt Jammu and Kashmir (Karan Sharma 4) 31-4 (16-2, 3-0, 6-2, 6-0)
  2. Mizoram (V.L. Remruatpuia 20) bt Himachal Pradesh (Vikas Saklani 10) 54-37 (11-10, 13-16, 18-10, 12-1)
  3. Assam (Sanjay 25) bt Manipur (L. Vikash 10) 81-45 (23-18, 16-13, 20-8, 12-16)
  4. Gujarat (Ashutosh Shrivastava 19) bt Goa (Reuben Fernandes 11) 57-30 (16-5, 16-13, 8-2, 17-9)
  5. Punjab (Navkarman Singh 20) bt Tripura (Kushal Nayak 7) 56-20 (16-9, 16-6, 10-0, 14-5)

 

About the 41st Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship

 

The Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship is an annual national tournament for U-14 boys’ and girls’ teams from states across India. The Nashik District Basketball Association and the Maharashtra State Basketball Association under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India and IMG-Reliance are conducting the 2014 tournament on the two wooden courts at the Meenatai Thakare Indoor Stadium here in Nashik. The tournament will be conducted over a period of 7 days from the 22nd to the 28th of November 2014. This year’s tournament is witnessing the participation of 27 boys’ teams and 25 girls’ teams from various states of the country. The 2013 version tournament was conducted in Patna, Bihar. The Chhattisgarh teams won both the boys and the girls category last year, while the Madhya Pradesh boys and the Tamil Nadu girls finished runners-up respectively.

 

About the Basketball Federation of India

 

The Basketball Federation of India or BFI is the governing and controlling body of basketball in India, and is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport at all levels. BFI has been involved in conducting camps, clinics, events, and training sessions at its academies for the development of basketball. BFI came into being in 1935 and took complete control over Indian basketball in 1950. Prior to that time, the Indian Olympic Association handled the conduct of Indian basketball championships. Since 1950, the BFI has been conducting various such championships, from the grassroots to senior team participation in international tournaments. In addition, the BFI has been responsible for the establishment of strong sub-junior and junior level programs. The BFI has to its credit produced several international players of repute, among them 17 have been bestowed with the honor of Arjuna Award. More information atwww.indiabasketball.org

 

About IMG-Reliance

 

IMG Reliance Pvt Ltd., is an equal joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India’s largest and most recognized private sector company, and IMG Worldwide (IMG), the world’s leading sports marketing and management company. The joint venture company will develop market and manage sports and entertainment in India. Its current assets include India’s premier fashion event, Lakmé Fashion Week and South Asia’s only ATP World Tour event, the Aircel Chennai Open. IMG Reliance has entered agreements with the Basketball Federation of India (BFI) to create a new professional basketball league and manage all aspects of the commercial rights to the game in India and the All India Football Federation (AIFF), to improve, popularize and promote the game of football throughout India, from the grassroots to the professional level. IMG Reliance has also created a scholarship program to identify and train talented young Indians from sports including – basketball, soccer and tennis at IMG’s world-class sports training facilities at IMG Academies in Bradenton, Florida.

 





CHHATTISGARH BOYS CONTINUE TO DOMINATE

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#6:  41ST SUB-JUNIOR NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP – CHHATTISGARH BOYS CONTINUE TO DOMINATE

 

(Vishnu Ravi Shankar) Nashik, 24 November 2014: On the morning of Day 3, the lower pool matchups produced no major surprises, with the Delhi boys beating Jammu and Kashmir 31-4, while Punjab continued their winning streak beating Tripura 56-20. The Telengana girls put up yet another impressive performance with an easy 47-22 victory against Assam.

 

Later in the day, defending champs, Chhattisgarh boys continued their dominated performance with a 83-57 win over Odisha. The Andhra Pradesh boys broke no sweat against Jharkhand with a huge 52-12 win. The lower pool matchups produced a couple of close encounters with the Kerala boys beating Bihar 74-71 and the Telengana boys edging past West Bengal 55-54. In the girls matches, Tamil Nadu raced past Andhra Pradesh 42-9, while Uttar Pradesh held off Madhya Pradesh with a 46-35 victory.

 

The results of the qualifying matches held up to 5.30 p.m. on 24 November 2014 are as follows:

 

Girls:

 

Level 1 (Upper Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Tamil Nadu (G. Jayalaxmi 6, E. Manisha 6) bt Andhra Pradesh (P.S. Susmita 2) 42-9(16-4, 13-2, 8-3, 5-0)
  2. Uttar Pradesh (Vaishnavi Yadav 22) bt Madhya Pradesh (Shivani Raikwar 12) 46-35(13-10, 6-8, 18-8, 9-10)

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Bihar (Muskan 8) bt Rajasthan (Shivangi Bajad 5) 24-21 (2-8, 2-4, 10-6, 10-3)
  2. Telengana (Anshu 12) bt Assam (M. Raniya 12) 47-22 (12-8, 19-2, 10-4, 6-8)
  3. West Bengal (Liza Deb 10) bt Jharkhand (Swarnlee Chakra 4) 32-4 (16-0, 5-0, 5-0, 6-4)
  4. Manipur (Premita T. 8) bt Goa (K. Barreto 4) 27-13 (4-7, 4-2, 7-2, 12-2)
  5. Himachal Pradesh (Manika 10) bt Uttarakhand (Mandira Mann 9) 27-22 (9-7, 4-2, 10-5, 4-8)
  6. Odisha (Saraswati Berera 27) bt Chandigarh (Rajni Sharma 17) 63-48 (14-18, 7-12, 22-8, 20-10)

 

Boys:

 

Level 1 (Upper Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Andhra Pradesh (V. Nagadurga 8, P. Pawan 8) bt Jharkhand (Sushant Deep 4) 52-12(19-6, 17-0, 7-4, 9-2)
  2. Chhattisgarh (Saif Ali Khan 27) bt Odisha (Suraj Kumar 20) 83-57 (18-20, 25-13, 11-10, 29-14)

 

Level 2 (Lower Pool) Matches:

 

  1. Delhi (Ishaan Sinha 12) bt Jammu and Kashmir (Karan Sharma 4) 31-4 (16-2, 3-0, 6-2, 6-0)
  2. Mizoram (V.L. Remruatpuia 20) bt Himachal Pradesh (Vikas Saklani 10) 54-37 (11-10, 13-16, 18-10, 12-1)
  3. Assam (Sanjay 25) bt Manipur (L. Vikash 10) 81-45 (23-18, 16-13, 20-8, 12-16)
  4. Gujarat (Ashutosh Shrivastava 19) bt Goa (Reuben Fernandes 11) 57-30 (16-5, 16-13, 8-2, 17-9)
  5. Punjab (Navkarman Singh 20) bt Tripura (Kushal Nayak 7) 56-20 (16-9, 16-6, 10-0, 14-5)
  6. Kerala (Abhishek J. Jaison 31) bt Bihar (Bhupender Bahadur 22) 74-71 (11-16, 12-18, 17-11, 34-26)
  7. Chandigarh (Ajmer 26) bt Karnataka (Prashant T. 17) 75-69 (28-12, 21-17, 4-23, 22-17)
  8. Telengana (G. Dinesh Kumar 19) bt West Bengal (R.K. Sahu 20) 55-54 (13-13, 6-9, 18-16, 18-16)

 

The tentative schedule for the matches to be held on 25 November 2014 is as follows:

 

Court – 1

 

No Team “A” Vs Team “B” Group Timing
QUALIFYING MATCHES
74 D1 – WEST BENGAL VS E1 – ODISHA GIRLS 08.00 AM
75 D1 – WEBST BENGAL VS E1 – CHANDIGARH BOYS 09.00 AM
LEVEL 1: LEAGUE MATCHES
76 TAMIL NADU VS UTTAR PRADESH GB 10.00 AM
77 MADHYA PRADESH VS DELHI GB 11.00 AM
78 MADHYA PRADESH VS HARYANA BB 12.00 PM
79 RAJASTHAN VS TAMIL  NADU BB 01.00 PM
80 CHATTISGARH VS JHARKHAND BA 02.00 PM
81 ANDHRA PRADESH VS UTTAR PRADESH BA 03.00 PM
82 CHATTISGARH VS PUNJAB GA 04.00 PM
83 MAHARASHTRA VS KARNATAKA GA 05.00 PM

 

Court – 2

 

No Team “A” Vs Team “B” Group Timing
QUALIFYING MATCHES
84 C1 – HARYANA Vs F1 – TELANGANA GIRLS 08.00 AM
85 C1 – PUNJAB Vs F1 – ASSAM BOYS 09.00 AM
LOSERS KNOCKOUT (QUARTER-FINALS)
86 C2 – GUJARAT Vs E3 – HIMACHAL PRADESH GIRLS 10.00 AM
87 E2 – CHANDIGARH Vs C3 – JAMMU AND KASHMIR GIRLS 11.00 AM
88 F2 – ASSAM Vs D3 – GOA GIRLS 12.00 PM
89 F3 – BIHAR Vs D2 – MANIPUR GIRLS 01.00 PM
90 C2  – TO BE DECIDED Vs E3 – TO BE DECIDED BOYS 02.00 PM
91 E2 – KARNATAKA Vs C3 – MIZORAM BOYS 03.00 PM
92 F2 – KERALA Vs D3 – TELANGANA BOYS 04.00 PM
93 F3 – BIHAR Vs D2 – DELHI BOYS 05.00 PM

 

About the 41st Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship

 

The Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship is an annual national tournament for U-14 boys’ and girls’ teams from states across India. The Nashik District Basketball Association and the Maharashtra State Basketball Association under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India and IMG-Reliance are conducting the 2014 tournament on the two wooden courts at the Meenatai Thakare Indoor Stadium here in Nashik. The tournament will be conducted over a period of 7 days from the 22nd to the 28th of November 2014. This year’s tournament is witnessing the participation of 27 boys’ teams and 25 girls’ teams from various states of the country. The 2013 version tournament was conducted in Patna, Bihar. The Chhattisgarh teams won both the boys and the girls category last year, while the Madhya Pradesh boys and the Tamil Nadu girls finished runners-up respectively.

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