City coach for ITF Asian conference
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Chandigarh:The International Tennis Federation has invited two senior most tutors of All India Tennis Association to attend the ITF Asian Regional conference to be held in Bangkok, Thailand from November 6 to 12. City-based international tennis coach Kawaljeet Singh, Director Coaches Education AITA and Director of St. Peter's Tennis Academy, Chandigarh and Hament Bandrey of Pune will attend Asian coaches meeting on November 6 conducted by ITF. Both Kawaljeet and Hemant will present a paper on AITA Coaches Education programme. After the meeting both tutors will also attend three- day coaches conference along with other 19 coaches participating in the workshop. Kawaljeet Singh will move to Vietnam after the workshop to conduct a technical coaches course organized by Vietnam Tennis Federation on behalf of ITF and Olympic Solidarity. The course will be conducted at Vung Tao near Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam from November 12 to 23.
Carrom tournament from today
Chandigarh:The Chandigarh Carrom Association will conduct 14th Raj Kumar Bauta Memorial Prize Money Carrom Ranking Tournament to be held from November 11 at St Stephen's School, Sector 45, Chandigarh. More than 150 players including 49 women are taking part in the tournament which will host events in different categories. The top eight position holders in each category will be awarded ranking points for consideration in their selection for the forthcoming National championships while the top three position holders will also be awarded cash prizes.
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