22.5 C
Jalandhar
Monday, October 18, 2021

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ

spot_img
yes punjab punjabi redirection

kissan

ajaib ghar

sarkari naukri

bijli

madadgaar

sports club

kisan sarkari naukri

muavja

Markfed Sept to Nov

mrsptu

Innocent

Indian Hockey Team & Punjab Olympic Association releases Navdeep Gill’s book ‘Tokyo Olympics De Saade Hockey Khidari’

- Advertisement -

Chandigarh, September 25, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
A book ‘Tokyo Olympics De Saade Hockey Khidari’, based on a brief biography of bronze medal winning players of the Indian hockey team at the Tokyo Olympics, was released today. This is the fifth book authored by a Sports Writer Navdeep Singh Gill, who is also a media advisor to the Punjab Olympic Association.

The book was released by Punjab Olympic Association President Brahm Mohindra during an event organised by their association to honour the Hockey Players. Senior Vice President Rajdeep Singh Gill, Secretary General Raja KS Sidhu, Hockey Punjab Secretary Pargat Singh and Punjabi players of Olympic medal winning hockey teams including Captain Manpreet Singh were also present on the occasion.

Congratulating the author, President Brahm Mohindra said that Navdeep has made a great effort to record the achievements of the players.

Former Indian Hockey Captain Padam Shri Pargat Singh said that termed it as a great achievement to write literature on sports and players. “This book written on the biography of the players would be a source of inspiration for future generations,” he said adding that Punjabis have excelled in every field besides making a significant contribution in the sports internationally.

In Tokyo, the Indian hockey team won a medal in the Olympic Games after 41 years.

Navdeep Singh Gill, who is serving as an Information and Public Relations Officer in Punjab Government said that the book comprises a brief biography of all 19 hockey players and Chief Coach Graham Reid. The book also provides information on the history of Indian Hockey at the Olympic Games and the performance of the Indian Hockey Team at the Tokyo Olympics, he added.

Gill has been writing about sports and players for the last 20 years. The author has previously authored four books including ‘Khed Ambar de Punjabi Sitaare’, ‘Main Avain Vekhiaan Asian Khedan’, ‘Akhi Vekhian Olympic Khedan’ and ‘Naulakha Bagh’.

Tokyo Olympics Medallist Harmanpreet Singh, Mandeep Singh, Simranjit Singh, Hardik Singh, Dilpreet Singh, Varun Kumar, Shamsher Singh, Gurjant Singh and Krishan Bahadur Pathak besides Hockey Olympian Devinder Singh Garcha, Baljit Singh Dhillon, Hardeel Singh Grewal and Tejbir Singh and Dronacharya Awardee Hockey Coach Baldev Singh were among those who were present during the release.

Subscribe to YesPunjab Telegram Channel & receive important news updates

- Advertisement -

Yes Punjab - TOP STORIES

Punjab News

Sikh News

Transfers, Postings, Promotions

- Advertisement -spot_img

Stay Connected

20,369FansLike
112,611FollowersFollow

ENTERTAINMENT

National

GLOBAL

OPINION

Indian Population

In the light of the population explosion debate – by Nirendra Dev

Mizoram has made news -- not necessarily for the wrong reasons but certainly for quite unexpected reasons. North-Eastern India generally makes news due to...
Terrorists Shadow

Tackling the resurgence of jihad in Kashmir – by Amjad Ayub Mirza

With three encounters taking place in less than 24 hours between October 10 and 11, terrorist insurgency has effectively resurged in the Kashmir Valley....
DSGMC Logo

Present Peculiar Scenario of DSGMC post 2021 Elections – by Inder Mohan Singh

The management of the historical Gurdwaras of Delhi came into the hands of local Sikh electorate after enforcement of ‘Delhi Sikh Gurdwaras Act 1971...

SPORTS

Health & Fitness

wearable device uses sweat to monitor glucose level

New wearable device uses sweat to monitor glucose levels

New York, Oct 17, 2021- Dread pricking your fingers every morning to monitor your glucose levels? Take heart, US scientists have developed the prototype of a first-of-its-kind wearable glucose monitoring device that uses sweat on skin instead of needles.A team from the Pennsylvania State University constructed the device first with laser-induced graphene (LIG) -- a material consisting of atom-thick...

Gadgets & Tech