Sport includes all forms of competitive physical activity or games which, through casual or organized participation, at least in part aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing enjoyment to participants, and in some cases, entertainment for spectators. Sports can bring positive results to one's physical health. Hundreds of sports exist, from those between single contestants, through to those with hundreds of simultaneous participants, either in teams or competing as individuals. In certain sports such as racing, many contestants may compete, simultaneously or consecutively, with one winner; in others, the contest (a match) is between two …



Advaita Ashrama · 1953 English

THE HUMAN SITUATION IN THE ATOMIC AGE BY THE EDITOR It is a.long way from the savages and the troglodytes of old to the sodistint worthies of modern civilization. [...] …

annual examinations and achieved great success in sports . Saradamani Girls' School : In 1450 the School

1953 English

ASPECTS OF THE VEDANTA CONTENTS :—The Vedanta : some reasons for its study ; Veda and the Vedanta ; Vedanta towards all religions ; the Vedanta in outline ; the …

recreation ;. organisation of local and othc ,r sports activities; and organisation of co-operative and

Printing and Stationery · 1953 English

square they have been proposed to be removed. [...] In addition to this a swimming pool and extensive sports grounds all account for the enlightened educational ideas of the day emphasising the parallel need

Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

The answer is to be found in the very able grand design which was laid out by the Census Commissionewho has extended the scope of the census to make it …

040 tons during the previous season. rm NATIONAL SPORTS CLUB OF INDIA- NEW DELHI l CABLES PARAMITE Caô-(eo

Superintendent. Government Press · 1953 English

plastic and celluloid articles other than rayon 4.08 Sports goods makers 4.09 Toy makers 4.00 Other miscellaneous

Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

The events of the past few days which culminated yesteday in the Governor going through the gestures of first asking for the advice of the leader of the Andhra Congress …

ELEGANT AND ECONOMICAL I Ideal for sweets, soaps, sports goods, tobacco, toi- letry, textiles, dried fruits

Eastern Economist, Ltd. · 1953 English

THE EASTERN ECONOMIST 315 The Private Member LAST Friday was the second-day on which the last twu-and-a-halhours of the sitting of the House of the People was set apart for …

made at our factory is ideal for sweets, soaps, sports goods, tobacco, toiletry, textiles, and dried fruits

Advaita Ashrama · 1953 English

Applying this invarable principle to the world of phenomena we find that the mountain comes from the sand and goes back to the sand the river comes out of the …

dramatic performances. Physical training, games, and sports form a regular feature . The Ashrama maintains

University of Lucknow · 1953 English

It is due at once to the antiquity of Pinini's evidence its definite and authoritative character as reliable as the history of India based upon epigraphic and numismatic records and …

cultural occupations. They took' part in the cultural sports of the times. Panini refers to the games of Eastern blossom) , etc. The Jatakas also mention these sports as uyyana-kidikain (IV.376) . Patanjali mentions

IMA: Indian Medical Association · 1953 English

+ + SEROLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS Results of aldehyde antimony and complement fixation tests of the same nine samples of sera are shown in Table T. In the aldehyde-negative cases the diagnosis …

with no pretentious to extracurricular activity or sports . 3 . Survival w-ith gross limitation of reserve-Here

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