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Amandeep and Vani confident of a good show at Hero Women’s Indian Open 2016
Gurgaon, 10th November 2016: While the top stars have their eyes set on the glittering trophy of the Hero Women’s Indian Open, the Indian contingent led by Amandeep Drall and Vani Kapoor will be keen to keep the title at home as the country's only Ladies European Tour (LET) golf tournament tees off at the DLF Golf and Country Club here on Friday.
The flagship event - co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET) and the Women's Golf Association of India (WGAI), featuring 114 professionals from around the globe, is yet to see an Indian claim the coveted title. However, a strong Indian contingent of 17 players seems eager to rewrite history. Both Amandeep Drall and Vani Kapoor are in good form and are expected to hold their own in a star studded field including the likes of LPGA star Brittany Lincicome, LET Order of Merit leader Beth Allen and defending Champion Emily Pedersen.
Amandeep currently leads the Hero Order of Merit with total earnings of INR 10,61,534 with four victories in 12 appearances this season. She would also like to draw inspiration from the fact that she won the last domestic Tour event at the same venue last month. She said, “It was good to get some practice before the Indian Open.” She further added, “It is a big advantage that we are playing in home conditions and I am confident coming into the tournament and will try my best to get good scores.”  
Vani has claimed six titles on the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour and is currently placed second in the money list with total earnings on INR 10,21,150 in 12 outings. She also finished tied fifth in the Hong Kong Ladies Open. She will be playing on her home course and will have local support throughout the tournament. She is pleased with her form and wants to keep it simple during the event. She said, “I have happy with my form and it is an advantage to play on your home course but I don’t want to think too much about it. I just want to enjoy myself during the game and don’t want to get ahead of myself.” 
Meanwhile, the stars of the Hero Women’s Indian Open went head-to-head under floodlights in ‘The Hero Challenge’ – an innovative shoot-out from 102 yards on a specially constructed par-3 on the 18th hole on Wednesday evening. 
Featuring eight top players in seven head-to-head knockout matches, the event literally fired up the evening with a spectacular display of lights and music on the 18th green.
The eight-woman field included the defending champion Emily Kristine Pedersen, former event champions Gwladys Nocera and Caroline Hedwall, current Ladies European Tour No.1 Beth Allen, Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) No.1 Amandeep Drall, Brittany Lincicome, Carly Booth and Paula Hurtado. 
In the end, a gripping final between Allen and Hurtado saw Allen named the champion and collect a first prize of 2000 USD. Beth said: “It was really cool, something different and I think all the girls enjoyed it. It was nice to get a little bonus!”
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    Inauguration ceremony 
The Polish Institute is delighted to invite you to the opening night of ‘KINOTEKA’, the 4th edition of the Polish Film Festival, which will be held in New Delhi at the India Habitat Centre in collaboration with our honorable partner, the Film Club of India Habitat Centre, from 17 to 30 November 2016. Every year, the festival celebrates the chefs d’oeuvre of Polish cinema, from old gems to new masterpieces, exposing viewers to the unique as well as common identities, images and stories of Poland and its people. This year, we are bringing to you a diverse array of Polish films, starting from latest releases like ‘The Last Family’ to restored works of cinematic art by Andrzej Wajda and Krzysztof Zanussi  along with heartrending documentaries like the award-winning ‘Brothers’.
The festival will open with a Sujata Sett production: ‘Enlightened Soul:  The Three Names of Uma Devi’ by Tonmoy Das, which explores the inimitable story of Wanda Dynowska, a Polish theosophist , writer, translator and a staunch supporter of Indian independence who was consecrated with the name Uma Devi by her dear friend, the father of the Indian nation, Mahatma Gandhi.  The opening night screening will be held at the Stein Auditorium of the India Habitat Centre at 7:00 pm on the 17th of November 2016. The festival’s screening schedule is attached with this e-mail for your perusal. Entry to all the screenings is free and is open to everyone.

Media Invite

Mr. Amod K. Kanth, General Secretary, Prayas Juvenile Aid Centre (JAC) Societycordially invites you to

“Run for Children”
World’s Largest Children’s Marathon
(on Children’s Day : November 14)
In the presence of Mr. Randeep Hooda (Actor), Mr. Sushil Kumar (Wrestler), Adil Hussain (Actor), Mr. Suresh Prabhu (Union Minister), Mr. Ravi Shankar Prasad (Union Minister), Mr.Upendra Kushwah, Mr. Babul Supriyo, MR. RAJEEV SHUKLA & Ms.Anuradha Prasad, Mr.Jayant Sinha, Mr. Salman Khurshid, Mr. Oscar Fernandes, Justice Sh. R. S. Sodhi, Mr.Alok Kumar Verma, Commissioner of Police. Ms.Huma Qureshi and many other personalties.
Venue :
Central Secretariat Ground (Sports Ground), Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri (Near Nehru Park), New Delhi
Time :
7:30 AM to 9.30 AM
Note for Media: The ‘Run for Children’ will start at 7.30 AM (till 9.30 AM) from the Central Secretariat Ground, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri (adjacent to Nehru Park) proceed to Leela Palace point. The return lap will be the same route, through Vinay Marg – Satya Marg crossing and terminate at the Central Secretariat Ground on Vinay Marg. Before and after the Run till about 1200 hrs.
Before and After the Run, Children present will put up colourful performances.
For more information, please feel free to contact :
Vinod Viplav : 9013074414 / 9868793203  
Rahul Sharma : 9968939756

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