Murray turns to Cambridge hospital for coronavirus

first_img“Everybody who was there was unbelievable and helped me loads. I’ve made a donation to thanks for the whole lot you’re doing, “Murray stated in a video.“That is an especially tough time for everybody, however particularly for healthcare personnel, so I would like to thanks for the onerous work what you’re doing, the dedication you present and the sacrifices you make, “he concluded.World tennis is suspended till not less than July 13, with some tournaments equivalent to Wimbledon already canceled and others, like Roland Garros, postponed till September. Tennis participant Andy Murray made a donation to a Cambridge hospital (England) by which an x-ray was taken earlier than the coronavirus disaster.The Scotsman is at present recovering from the hip issues he has had for greater than two years. and that they haven’t allowed him to compete recurrently on the circuit.Murray wished to assist help the hospital, highlighting the “tough occasions” that your entire UK healthcare system goes via.last_img read more

Ex-Prez Patil for combat sports training to girls at young age

first_imgMumbai, Apr 3 (PTI) Emphasising on physical training aspect to bring women empowerment, former President Pratibha Patil today said it is important to impart martial arts or combat sports training to girls at a young age.”Now, time has come when we should start giving Judo and Karate training to girls right from school days. This will instill a sense of self-protection and security among them. There have been so many cases when young girls averted untoward situations,” Patil said addressing a function organised by Vidarbha Vaibhav Mandir Trust here.”People say we need to change our mentality towards the women…yes I too say so. But, I also say if one really needs to change the mentality then start educating your children at an early age and tell them how to behave and respect girls and women,” she said.Underlining the struggle women face in day-to-day life, she said, “Women face taboo and superstitions even today which hinder their way to success despite the fact they are dynamic in so many roles they play and return in manifold to the society whatever they get from it.”On the occasion, Patil presented Vidarbha Gaurav to IAS officer Bhagyashree Banayat from Amaravati district, entrepreneur Pratima Raut.Noted historian and author Purushottam Nagpure was conferred with Jeevan Gaurav award for his contribution to Marathi literature in he past six decades. PTI APM ARS TIR SNKlast_img read more