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21 to 27213 WEDNESDAY LESSON 849
Senior Swimmers gather medals in RAINBOW AQUATICS MASTERS INTER - CLUB
SWIM GALA 2013 & 1KM SURF TO MOUNT OPEN WATER SEA SWIM -2013 in
J Chandrasekharan including Brigadier Siddhappa, Mohan Reddy Sawkar,
Kumar, Mohan Rao, Muthu Krishnan, Chengappa, Rajini, Aiyappa, Lalitha,
Sita Rao, and others from India and Sri Lanka participated in the above
meet held on 22nd & 23rd February at the NCC Swim Complex and
completed the 1km surf to Mount Sea Swim held on February 24th and
achieved the following mens/womens different age categories jn events
100m Butterfly Stroke, Back Stroke, IM, Breast Stroke, Free Style and
were placed First, second and third places.
MASTERS INTER-CLUB SHORT COURSE SWIMMING GALA AND
1km SURF TO MOUNT OPEN WATER SEA SWIM
Total Athletes that Participated - 184
Male athletes - 125
Female Athletes - 59
Number of athletes participated for the sea swim - 71
Male athletes - 58
Female Athletes - 13
A Total of 21 swimmers from India Participated for this meet
Swimming champions and Sea swim .
Individual Swimming Champion - Shari Amarasuriya - SSC
Sea Swim Winner - Cristeen Perera - OAC
Individual Swimming Champion - M.T.D Fernando - SL Navy
Sea Swim Winner - M.T.D Fernando - SL Navy
Individual Swimming Champion - Tehani Samarasekara – Rainbow aquatic club
Sea Swim Winner - A.C. Shiranthi Perera
Individual Swimming Champion - Suman Mahedra Kumar Singhi - India
Sea Swim Winner - Suman Mahedra Kumar Singhi - India
Individual Swimming Champion - Rajini Lakka - India
Sea Swim Winner -Rajini Lakka - India
Individual Swimming Champion - Sita Rao - India
Sea Swim Winner -Sita Rao - India
Individual Swimming Champion - Rasith Chalanha and Shaan Dias - SL Navy
Sea Swim Winner - Shehaan Dias - RAC
Individual Swimming Champion - Akshayan Rajasingam - Otter Aquatic Club
Sea Swim Winner - W.P.L Fernando - Police
Individual Swimming Champion - R.P.M.P Daminda - Navy
Sea Swim Winner - R.P.M.P Daminda - Navy
Individual Swimming Champion - J.A. Ranathunga - Bolling Swimming Academy
Sea Swim Winner - K.D.H. Susantha - Police
Individual Swimming Champion - Mohan Rao Lingasugur – India and Roger Kanaka - Otter Aquatic Club
Sea Swim Winner -R.M. Kantha Karunarathna - SSC
Individual Swimming Champion - Edward Vandriesen - SSC
Sea Swim Winner -Edward Vandriesen - SSC
Individual Swimming Champion - BRG Vijayakumar - India
We thank each and every swimmer who participated for this meet to make
it a memorable one.
we also take this opportunity to thank our head coach mr. julian bolling
along with the swimming committee of RAC and also the old thomians
swimming club for organizing this meet for everyone to come together. a
special thank you to Sathish Kumar for leading the indian team which
added color to this event and also for the medals sponsered. a big thank
you goes out to the Rainbow academy Coaches who helped immensely to
make this event a succesful one. finally a big thank you for all the
Rainbow swimming volunteers (Kanitha, Chandula, Shaan, Dimuth, Yahiya,
Shenali, Pasindu) who helped make this event success by managing the
technical side of the meet.
Thank you Guys, Hope everyone enjoyed the experience and hope to see
everyone next year.
Mayawati terms Railway Budget anti poor and anti middle class
Bahujan Samaj Party supremo and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati slammed the railway budget presented by Union Railway Minister Pawan Bansal and described it as disappointing, anti poor and anti middle class.
Rail Budget 2013: Fare has been hiked through the back door, says Mayawati
Mayawati, Chief, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP): The poor and middle classes will not benefit much from it…Fare has been hiked through backdoor.
Coming down heavily on the UPA government for the ‘anti-people’ policies like increase in petroleum products and railway fares, Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) Chief Mayawati today said the ruling alliance might advance Lok Sabha polls after presenting a populist budget. In fact these increases in the prices of commodities affecting the common man were a preparation for a soft budget which might be the last budget of this government, Ms Mayawati told reporters here. The BSP Chief, whose party is giving support to the government from outside, demanded that they should have a rethink over its ‘anti-people’ decision of deregulating diesel prices which allowed the oil marketing companies to revise diesel prices from time to time. Asked why the BSP party was not withdrawing support to the government in the wake of these measures, she said her party wanted to allow the UPA its full term so that they could not take refuge under the alibi that they could not give results for lack of time. “Let them have full term and perform the miracle,” Ms Mayawati said. She also demanded that the cap of nine subsidised cylinders a year per connection should be raised to 12. These decisions would deeply hurt the poor and farmers as increased prices of diesel would push up input cost of agriculture and cost of transportation, she said. More UNI MCN/NAZ PA1339 NNNN
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Bahujan Samaj Party Sarvjan Hitay Sarvjan Sukhay
Miss. Mayawati demanded a rollback of the hiked train fares.
Terming the rail fare hike as anti-people, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati demanded its immediate rollback. “Hike in railway fares was one of the many anti-common man policies of the government. We demand immediate rollback of the government decision,” Miss. Mayawati Ji said. “After hiking the price of petrol, diesel and LPG the UPA […]
Mayawati demands immediate roll back of rail fare hike
Lucknow: Terming the rail fare hike as anti-people, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati demanded its immediate rollback.
“Hike in railway fares was one of the many anti-common man policies of the government. We demand immediate rollback of the government decision,” Mayawati said. In the pre-budget measure, the government had announced an across-the-board increase in rail passenger fares with effect from January 21 to net an additional Rs 6,600 crore a year, the first such increase in a decade.