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Inbuilt sports Infra in Real Estate projects is must to create future Olympians: Mary Kom

Ace Olympian boxer Mary Kom on Sunday said Indian real estate sector should have in-built sports infrastructure in housing projects.She was speaking at the unveiling of Boxing Ring for kids at Happy Trails project by ATS HomeKraft in Greater Noida (West).

“We need to focus on generating interest for sports along with the right infrastructure within the housing premises. Having sports infrastructure within one’s society will help parents to introduce their kids to a variety of sports at a young age.This will greatly help in identifying raw talent at young age and with the right advice and coaching can grow to a professional level,” Mary Kom said at the event.”Sports is a critical aspect for holistic development of any child and we wanted to ensure that residents in our project get top class boxing facility for their children.

It will help many children to learn and train within the safety and within and security of their homes,” Prasoon Chauhan, CEO, HomeKraft said.Trending NewsGovt extends deadline for linking PAN with Aadhaar till Sep 30SpiceJet launches 28 new flightsIndia’s pollution control policies unlikely to improve air quality: Study’Fear the Walking Dead’ season five to premiere June 2Claire Holt, Andrew Joblon welcome first childCities go dark for Earth Hour, bring light to climate changeRemote Cape with ‘world’s cleanest air’ offers smog respite chief wants ‘more active’ govt role regulating internetFour killed as thousands protest at border, but Gaza-Israel truce holdsTrump cuts foreign aid, threatens to close Mexico borderMckenna Grace joins ‘Ghostbusters’ castMelissa McCarthy, Octavia Spencer in talks for ‘Thunder Force’more State Editions Kaifi Azmi Lived What he Wrote: Javed Akhtar31 March 2019.

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Venezuelan military says 100 members left service after being promised $20000

Over 100 members of Venezuela’s National Guard had arbitrary left service, crossing the country’s border with Colombia, the long-term regional ally of the US, in hope to receive $20,000 promised to them for desertion, amid a political and economic.
The defence minister continued by saying that these promises were false, adding that the absence of these people among the service members was “not a catastrophe” and would not affect the combat readiness of Venezuela’s military.On Thursday, Venezuelan Ambassador to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, said that the United States was arming Venezuelan deserters to form a so-called liberation army to invade the South American country. The envoy also suggested that Washington was fabricating a report about a high number of deserters in order to justify the creation of such an army.
Earlier this week, the migration service of Colombia claimed that the number of Venezuelan service members who had crossed into Colombia had surpassed 320 people. Meanwhile, the Analitica news outlet reported, citing the same agency, that the number of defectors allegedly reached 567 people.
Venezuela is currently in the midst of a political crisis. On January 5, lawmaker Juan Guaido was elected the head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, which all other government branches have been refusing to recognize since 2016.On January 23, two days after the Venezuelan Supreme Court annulled his election, Guaido declared himself the country’s “interim president.” Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who was sworn in for his second presidential term on January 10 after winning the May election, which part of the opposition boycotted, qualified Guaido’s move as an attempt to stage a coup orchestrated by Washington.The United States immediately recognised Guaido, after which some 50 other countries, including Colombia, followed suit. Russia, China, Cuba, Bolivia and a number of other states have, in the meantime, voiced their support for the legitimate government of Maduro.

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