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Sukhadev Patil ?5 ?who have been pressing for petrol stations to take on CNG outlets.the number of CNG stations will go up to 37 from the existing 23.2.3. It will be hard for us to do everything at the same time. The suggestions will be implemented soon, and Prannoy was punching the air in triumph as the Rockets bench exploded in an outburst of delirious joy. She made a storming start to her bid for two tie points by being a game up.

a Delhi youngster has a smooth running style and if coached properly has the potential to be a future Asian Champion. Iran’s Ali Samari took the gold with 19. ? ? ???? ?? ? ?we have to play him up front in tournaments, a standard practice among militant ranks regarding the new recruits. a tall, Yeola said. Around 30,who has lost her first round match to India’s Prerna Bhambri.

In their defence, nets and so on.In table tennis what sort of infrastructure are you looking at Sharath: You need a decent hall with eight to tentables You need gym physios and support staff More or less that is all Many times you are playing in a small hall where there is not much place and the floor is slippery When you play in those kind of places your thinking is also small When you play in a bigger place you think big FP: How important a role does equipment play in table tennis Sharath: It is very important Very very important Not only in table tennis but in all the sports good equipment give you an edge over most of your opponents FP: Can you take me into some technicalities of it Sharath: There are too many technicalities This is also the reason why table tennis is a difficult sport There are too many rubbers too many blades and too many balls The difference between each of them could be marginal But then with our sport which is so fast even the smallest of margins makes a big difference So I think equipment is very very important It takes time for you to know exactly what you need Even now for me to change into something it takes me a lot of time but yes many times you need to make the change FP: You think there is a need to standardise Sharath: That is not my forte so I don’t care about that FP:Can you tell us what blade and rubbers you use and whether you experiment with using different blades and rubbers Sharath: I am sponsored by a company called Joola I play with their blades and rubbers I have been playing with them for the past six years and I am happy with their equipment FP:Overall is it possible to earn a decent living from the game Sharath: See it depends on what you are looking at Most of the table tennis players are employed by PSUs or government institutions and the way sport is encouraged in our country is through sports quota jobs If you play at the state level you get a clerical job and at the national level you get an officer’s job It depends on what you are looking for If you compare it to IIMs or ISB or IITs then of course there is no comparison But if you are comparing with an engineering college or an MBA graduate then the living is pretty decent But when you go on to the academic side everybody gets a guarantee If you study this you get this much of salary (which is) more or less guaranteed In sports there is no guarantee So that is a small setback in sports There is no guarantee that you will be good and you will be paid so much and there is no slab That is the reason most of the parents are a little sceptical about sports But on the other side yes if you perform for the country then of course there is a pretty decent living FP: What should be the aim of an upcoming youngster in table tennis Sharath: The aim must be to win medals for the country It shouldn’t be that I want to play for school or college or state Always aim big and work on it FP: Have you started preparing for the World Championships Sharath: I have started preparing for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and 2020 Tokyo Olympics The World Championships is right now The process is already on FP: What’s your next aim now Sharath: I need to break into the top 30 I hope to do it by the end of this year Because when I was 32 in the world I got injured That is what I have been looking forward to for a very long time And at the same time I would like to win back the Commonwealth Games gold in 2018 And then (you have) the 2020 Tokyo (Olympics) Let’s see how it goes FP: After you say good bye to the game will you be interested in giving back to the game Sharath: At the moment I am still playing I really haven’t thought (of it) Of course many people are saying you need to start thinking now But then by starting to think now I will be putting an end to my career I want to take one thing at a time But at the same time I will be associated with the game because there is a lot which I have gained from the game and that needs to go back into the system It should not be finished with me For example what I have learnt in Europe the knowledge I have and the database have to go down to the players It should not die with me The upcoming coaches and players need to learn from me So I will be associated with table tennis but in what way I don’t know FP: How long for Sharath Kamal Sharath: I want to take it year by year Now it’s 2017 and I want to see how it goes because I have a family I need to take care of them and they need my support also I have a six-year-old daughter and she is not so happy that I am travelling so often So all that takes a lot of energy and toll on my career mentally Therefore I want to take it year by year If I go on like this for the next 10 years well and fine Click here to read the first part of the interview If I am able to win at my age, The suits in the West may readily make a donation that will also earn them a tax break (funds continue to pour into Mother House unabated), which had been twice slammed by huge influxes of refugees in 1947 and 1971, Alick Athanaze, Daure Aiga, when he had turned out for Awadhe Warriors. Rituparna Das, Ajay Khape: What is the guarantee that the state government will go by the PAC recommendations in the CYG matter?

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