Skip to main content

Indiscipline at Olympics by Indian Athletes

It is very important for players of any nation to show proper respect for rules made by their sports authorities. However, presently few Indian players do not think that these rules have any importance to them. One of such incidence emerged during opening ceremony of Beijing Olympic Games when two Indian female Athletes failed in managing a time for wearing Sarees as told to them by Indian Olympic association.

All Indian players are supposed to wear ethnic Indian clothes during Opening ceremony of games. Male players were supposed to wear Sherwanis and female players were supposed to wear Sarees. However, tennis player Sania Mirza and Sunitha Rao appeared in Opening ceremony in track suits. Both players made excuse that they do not have enough time to wear Sarees because they reached late from practise season.

Though, we all know that it is not much tough to manage time and success or failure in sports also depend upon ability to manage time. Moreover, Neha Aggarwal other female athlete choose to wear different colour saree for this occasion. These incidences clearly show lack of discipline among Indian players who are participating in Olympic Games. It looks that these players think themselves more important than Indian pride, which is not good for games.

Already, Indian sports are going through very bad time and we are waiting for some miracle to happen so that we can win a Gold medal in Beijing Olympics. Hopefully, we will not see repeat of these kinds of incidences in future and our sportsperson will show proper respect for various protocols set by authorities.

Also visit-About Abhinav Bindra (Indian Olympic Gold medallist)
Video Abhinav Bindra getting Gold medal
Watch Beijing Olympic Games 2008 live from Eurosport and CCTV 1
Live Medal Telly Beijing Olympics 2008
Watch All Latest news related to Beijing Olympics
Video of Indian squad in opening ceremony of Beijing Olympics 2008

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Check Final Results of Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board (BSSB)

Finally, after quite a struggle details are available about Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board (BSSB) and students can find the link below for getting all the Final Results related to BSSB. Their official website is -bssbpatna.com. This website is in Hindi and Flash, therefore, people found difficulty in finding it. On this website, people can easily find all results online of BSSB. Through, the final results link students can get the result by entering the roll number in the box available on the page. After pressing get result button complete mark sheet of students will emerge on screen. This is a simple option to get all the results of the BSSB and students are not required to visit any other site. For Final results of Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board (BSSB) visit- http://bssbpatna.com/results.html The old site of BSSB was www.bssbonline.com which is not available now.

Information on Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board (BSSB)

Finally, after quite a struggle details are available about Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board (BSSB) and students can find link below for getting Final Results 2008. Their official website is -www.bssbonline.com. This website is in Hindi and Flash, therefore, people found difficulty in finding it. On this website, people can easily find all results online of BSSB. Through, the final results 2008 link students can get result by putting their centre code and roll number in boxes provided on page. After pressing get result button complete mark sheet of students will emerge on screen. For Final results 2008 visit- www.bssbonline.com/ or Final Result ,2008 Bihar is one state of India which is still struggling when we think about IT revolution. Today, lots of students from Bihar are searching for Bihar Sanskrit Shiksha Board (BSSB) results online, however, no information about this board or any result is available online. Only people can hope to find contact number of charirman Bihar State S

A new 15 year old Buddha

In Nepal, a new Buddha is in making. Recently a person called Ram Bahadur Bomjon from Nepal has been fasting and meditating for the last six months beneath a tree. In him, people are seeing a new Buddha. This incident has happened in the Bara district of Nepal. Thousands of pilgrims have started visiting this place. There is news that Ram has not broken his fast  even a single time .  For the last six months, he has not moved, even to relieve himself. His place is not much away from the place where the original Buddha had done his meditation. According to Ram, he does this meditation because a snake has beaten him. He is also asking people for not saying him Buddha because he is telling that he is not having the powers like Buddha.. kgw. arvindkatoch1 Read - 15-year-old Buddha to controversial Figure 

11 Deaths from Swine Flu

Number of deaths from Swine Flu has increased to 11 in India and there are estimates that these numbers can increase further. Swine Flu cases are also coming from other parts of India from Jammu and Kashmir to Kerala. So far condition is under control and government is also planning to allow private hospitals to conduct test for Swine Flu and treat Swine Flu patients; however, Swine Flu tests will cost around Rs 25000 in private hospitals and people will required to buy a strip of Tamiflu tablet for Rs 4000. Therefore, most of people definitely like to treat themselves in Govt Hospital because they are treating people for free. Govt of India is stockpiling Tamiflu tablet for any emergency condition, Govt has already sending Tamilu tablets to all district headquarters. People are advised to avoid public gatherings and use all precautions to avoid this flu because prevention is better than cure. Also visit- Swine Flu symptoms and precautions What is Swine Flu (Influenza)? Why it is da

Why comparison is wrong in life? (Watch Video Explanation Hindi)

 We all came across the pressure of comparison in life when we are compared with others. We know that comparison is evil and we should avoid it because we can't compare Apple to an orange. However, we will live in a world that does not want to think that each individual is different. Every individual is different and they have their different weak and strong points. If we want to make our world a happy world then it is very important to treat every individual as a different being. The comparison creates a lot of unnecessary pressure on the children and they fail to give their best because of this pressure.