Thursday, October 13, 2011

Surjit Hockey Tournament's semi-final begins

Surjit Hockey Tournament's semi-final begins


In Hockey, defending champion Indian Oil takes on Bharat Petroleum while Air India plays Namdhari-XI, today in the semifinals of the Indian Oil SERVO Surjit Hockey Tournament in Jalandhar.

Namdhari-XI had defeated ONGC 4-1 yesterday, while Air India beat Punjab & Sind Bank 2-1 to enter into the semis.

Earlier, Indian Oil had defeated Punjab Police while Bharat Petroleum beat RCF Kapurthala to enter the semifinals.

The tournament is being played at Olympian Surjit Hockey Stadium.

All India Radio Delhi live commentary of tomorrow’s Surjit Hockey final can be heard from 1910 hrs to 2035 hrs or till the end of the match on Rajdhani channel and additional frequencies.

Egypt opens registration for parliamentary election

Egypt's first parliamentary elections since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak begun submitting their applications today, the official news agency reported.
The submissions came as Egypt's deputy prime minister resigned after deadly clashes sparked a wave of anger at the ruling military and calls for the premier to quit.
The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces which took power when Mubarak was forced out by a popular uprising in February had promised a six-month transition period before handing power to civilian rule.
Egyptians will start voting for their representatives in the People's Assembly starting November 28 and in the Shura Council on January 29 next year, in a multi-round process expected to last four months.
The People's Assembly is scheduled to hold its first session on March 17 and the Shura Council on March 24.
Following the parliamentary and senate election, a committee is scheduled to draft a new constitution and then presidential elections are to be held.
The committee has up to six months to finish its work, meaning the presidential election might not be held until the end of August.(

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