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“Bad Bulls Sports Club organizes 1st edition of Softball League in India”

“Bad Bulls Sports Club organizes 1st edition of Softball League in India”

 

Today’s Results

 

1st match Delhi vs Chandigarh

Delhi won by 12 – 4

 

2nd Match Chattisgarh vs Kerela

Chattisgarh won by 10 – 0

3rd Maharashtra vs MP

MP won by 0 – 2

4th Telengana vs Punjab

Punjab won by 3 – 2

Attached are the Profile of Mr. Britto Stephen, Organizing Secretary and Treasurer, Bad Bulls Sports Club and Mr. Anthony Vanarajah, General Secretary, Bad Bulls Sports Club along with their pictures.

Also,  attached are the match photographs for your consideration.

Request you to carry the same.

Regards

Devanshu Tandon

Bad Bulls Sports Club organizes 1st edition of Softball League in India

Giving Wings to America’s Most Loved Game

17th June 2016, New Delhi: Bad Bulls Sports Club organizes the first edition of Softball League 2016 in India which is to be held at Saket Sports Complex. The league was inaugurated by Dr. Pravin Anokar, Secretary General, Softball Association of India and Vijay Kumar, Secretary, Delhi softball Association.

Mr. Britto Stephen, Organizing Secretary and Treasurer, Bad Bulls Sports Club said“This league is our first step to promote this game which is equivalent to any other sports loved in our country, we are sure the more we reach out with this game to the Indian masses the more it will be loved as there are equal benefits associated with this game like government job.”

Softball League is a three-day event on June 17, 18 & 19 among the 8 National Men’s team. The 8 participation teams are Delhi, Punjab, Chandigarh, Kerala, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh. The league is conceptualized by Bad Bulls Sports Club, this tournament is recognized by Delhi Softball Association.

Mr. Stephen, further added “Bad Bulls Sports Club is a Group of passionate sports persons who have been devotedly nurturing the game at not only at the National level but also at International level. The loyal and devoted members of this Group are volunteers from all strata of the society.”

Softball league is an effort to promote amateur baseball & softball at entry level among the common masses and also with colleges and schools to be taken up as an alternate from conventional sports games.

 

Mr. Anthony Vanarajah, General Secretary, Bad Bulls Sports Club said “Gone are the days when different sports were mainly played for recreational purpose or to satisfy the fitness demands. Students across the country have already represented India in the previous years, it’s sad that this isn’t acknowledged. Bad Bulls wants to give an opportunity to all those heroes to achieve the recognition they deserve and also a platform to the aspiring ball players to showcase their talent. We hope this tournament brings this game in the eyes of fellow Indians.”

Softball is the platform for the existing teams to showcase their talent that is rare with this game. India has proven history in Softball and this game exists in our country for more than

7 decades. Since the beginning our Indian Teams both Men & Women have been representing India in Asian Championships. The game is to be played in two pools comprising of National teams from various states, the champion would be declared after the three-day tussle and sweating

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Friday, June 24, 9am – 10am
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RSVPBuzzFeed and the Tow Center invite you to a breakfast discussion on the power of social media platforms and the threat to free press and free speech standards. As journalists, news organizations and citizens increasingly turn to social platforms as their principal means of publishing, are there enough safeguards against tech giants misusing their new power?BuzzFeed Editor in Chief Ben Smith and BuzzFeed Asst General Counsel Nabiha Syed recently authored an article which put the case for a First Amendment for social platforms: “We are suggesting that the platforms make a public commitment not just to opaque and ad hoc rules, but to time-honored principles and process.”

As BuzzFeed takes on the platforms, join us for a panel discussion with:

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  • Nabiha Syed, BuzzFeed Asst General Counsel
  • Stuart Karle, William J. Brennan Jr. Visiting Professor of First Amendment Issues at Columbia Journalism School
  • Emily Bell, Director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism
Digital News in a Distributed Environment
Tuesday, June 21, 1pm – 5pm
Columbia Journalism School, World Room
RSVPJoin the Tow Center for the launch of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism’s 2016 Digital News Report, as well as the release of preliminary findings from a new research project by the Tow Center examining the relationship between social platforms and publishers.Guest speakers include: Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (Reuters Institute), Liz Heron (Huffington Post), Vivian Schiller (independent strategist), and Edward Roussel (Wall Street Journal).
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Volkswagen Group delivers 4.2 million vehicles in period to May

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•   871,500 vehicles delivered in month of May – a rise of 1.6 percent
•   Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales: “The Volkswagen Group was able to record steady growth in Europe and Asia-Pacific”
Compared with the value for May 2015, the Volkswagen Group grew deliveries to customers by 1.6 percent in May 2016 – throughout the world, a total of 871,500 vehicles were handed over to customers. In the period to May, 4.2 million units were delivered, representing an increase of 0.8 percent over the corresponding period of the previous year. However, there continue to be considerable variations in growth between the regions. “In the regions of Europe and Asia-Pacific, the Volkswagen Group was able to achieve a further increase in delivery figures and to record steady growth,” reports Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales.In May, the Volkswagen Group handed over 369,500 vehicles to customers in Europe. This corresponds to a rise of 4.6 percent compared with last year’s figure. As expected, the Western European market developed positively (+3.4 percent), with the main impetus for growth coming from the home market of Germany (+2.6 percent), France and Italy. May also saw strong growth in the markets of Central and Eastern Europe (+11.7 percent). While deliveries to customers in this region were still affected by the tense situation in Russia in the first quarter, the positive trend seen in the previous month continued in May. In Russia, 13,200 vehicles were delivered to customers in May – a rise of 7.5 percent compared with the previous year’s figure.

In the region of North America, the Volkswagen Group handed over 367,200 vehicles to customers in the year to May, representing a slight fall compared with the previous year
(-1.0 percent). While Audi and Porsche were able to record growth in this region, deliveries by the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand fell. In the region of South America, 38,100 vehicles were handed over to customers in the month of May (-20.4 percent). This trend is a result of the tense economic situation in Brazil, where 23,500 vehicles were delivered to customers, representing a fall of 31.1 percent compared with the previous year.

The steady growth in the Asia-Pacific region since the beginning of the year continued. In May, the Volkswagen Group delivered 341,600 vehicles in this region. This represents a rise of 4.1 percent compared with the previous year. The main impetus came from China (+4.9 percent) and Japan. In the year to May, 1,708,400 vehicles were handed over to customers in the Asia-Pacific region – an increase of 3.3 percent.

Overview of deliveries by the Volkswagen Group:

Deliveries to customers by markets

May
2016

May
2015

Change (%)

Jan.-May
2016

Jan.-May
2015

Change (%)

Europe

369,500

353,400

+4.6

1,796,500

1,732,500

+3.7

Western Europe

312,900

302,600

+3.4

1,531,300

1,481,900

+3.3

      Germany

116,400

113,400

+2.6

557,700

545,700

+2.2

Central and Eastern Europe

56,700

50,800

+11.7

265,200

250,600

+5.8

      Russia

13,200

12,300

+7.5

64,100

69,900

-8.3

North America

83,400

86,600

-3.7

367,200

370,900

-1.0

      USA

52,300

57,800

-9.5

226,800

241,800

-6.2

South America

38,100

47,900

-20.4

187,700

248,300

-24.4

      Brazil

23,500

34,000

-31.1

118,900

177,800

-33.1

Asia-Pacific

341,600

328,100

+4.1

1,708,400

1,653,600

+3.3

      China

311,600

297,000

+4.9

1,562,400

1,490,400

+4.8

Worldwide

871,500

858,000

+1.6

4,233,500

4,198,900

+0.8

 

 

Deliveries to customers by brand

May
2016

May
2015

Change (%)

Jan.-May
2016

Jan.-May
2015

Change (%)

Volkswagen Passenger Cars

495,900

499,500

-0.7

2,432,200

2,475,000

-1.7

Audi

164,100

153,900

+6.7

784,200

744,900

+5.3

ŠKODA

96,700

92,500

+4.5

470,600

449,700

+4.6

SEAT

38,100

38,000

+0.2

176,700

176,400

+0.2

Porsche

20,200

20,600

-2.0

97,700

93,200

+4.9

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

40,200

36,900

+8.8

195,100

184,600

+5.7

MAN

8,500

9,400

-9.7

40,200

39,600

+1,5

Scania

6,700

6,100

+10.8

32,200

30,200

+6.6

Volkswagen Group (total)

871,500

858,000

+1.6

4,233,500

4,198,900

+0.8

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Spokesperson Production Procurement and Sales

Leslie Bothge
Letter box 19720
38436 Wolfsburg
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 5361 / 9-21549
E-mail: leslie.bothge@volkswagen.de

 

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Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour 2016 – Leg 8

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Vani triumphs in style

Bangalore, 17th June 2016: Vani Kapoor came up with another scintillating performance to win the 8th Leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour at the Eagleton Golf Resort here on Friday. Vani carded a superb 4 under 68 to clinch her fourth title of the season. Gursimar Badwal finished second with a total score of 222, followed by Amandeep Drall and Neha Tripathi in tied third position at 224. The INR 6,00,000 event culminated today.

Delhi’s Vani Kapoor led the field from the very first round and kept getting better by the day to claim the title by a huge margin of 16 shots over Gursimar Badwal. She started impressively, playing a blemish free front-nine with two birdies on the 4th and 7th holes. She added three more birdies to her tally on the 14th, 17th and 18th holes, while dropping just a single shot on the 15th. In the process, she demolished all opposition and finished the round with a total score of 206 after 54 holes.

Kapurthala’s Gursimar Badwal played an even-par round of 72 to take the second position. Her round included two birdies on the 14th and 15th holes with an equal number of bogeys on the 7th and 18th to finish with a total score of 222 after the final round. Panchkula’s Amandeep Drall carded 1 under71, only the second under-par score of the round to finish tied third. She started with aplomb and fired four birdies on the 1st, 4th, 6th and 8th holes with a lone bogey on the 7th. However, she could not sustain the momentum in the latter half and dropped two shots on the 13th and 15thholes. Hero Order of Merit leader Neha Tripathi was far from her best in the final round. She had an indifferent start and carded a double bogey on the 2nd hole, followed by four bogeys on the 7th, 12th, 13th and 14th holes. However, two late birdies on the 17th and 18th holes helped her to control the damage and she finished the round with a score of 4 over 76.

Delhi’s Mehar Atwal could not replicate her second round performance and finished fifth with a total score of 226. Her card of 4 over 76 on the day included three birdies on the 6th, 7th and 18th holes along with five bogeys on the 3rd, 5th, 10th, 13th and 15th. She also carded a double on the 16th hole. Amateur Suchitra Ramesh finished sixth with a total score of 231, followed by Pune’s Shweta Galande and Delhi’s Gauri Monga in tied seventh position at 232.

The Tour now moves to the Clover Greens for the 9th Leg to be played from 21st to 24thJune.

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