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India Club to hold veterans� meet

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GUWAHATI, Feb 23 - The city based India Club is organising the CORAS-Pratiksha-India Club Tennis-O-Mania 2016, a tennis carnival for recreational tennis players aged between 40 to 50 years and above.

The tournament is being organised in men�s doubles, for above 40 years and above 50 years and mixed doubles from February 26 to 28.

Players from various parts of the region including, West Bengal are taking part in it. The tournament is organised to have a carnival atmosphere in the city amidst of some serious tennis action. An organising committee with Anupam Chowdhury as secretary and Rajeeb Bora as tournament director has been formed to run the tournament successfully. The organising committee has informed that this is a joint effort by India Club and Pratiksha Hospital to reunite the senior tennis players of the region and to create awareness on prevention of sports injuries and its management.

Dr Arvind Gupta, an eminent surgeon and sports medicine specialist from Paras Hospital, Patna will speak on sports injuries and management during the

tournament. The tournament is being sponsored by Oil India Limited, Airtel, Yo-China, MP Construction and HDFC Bank.

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India Club to hold veterans� meet

GUWAHATI, Feb 23 - The city based India Club is organising the CORAS-Pratiksha-India Club Tennis-O-Mania 2016, a tennis carnival for recreational tennis players aged between 40 to 50 years and above.

The tournament is being organised in men�s doubles, for above 40 years and above 50 years and mixed doubles from February 26 to 28.

Players from various parts of the region including, West Bengal are taking part in it. The tournament is organised to have a carnival atmosphere in the city amidst of some serious tennis action. An organising committee with Anupam Chowdhury as secretary and Rajeeb Bora as tournament director has been formed to run the tournament successfully. The organising committee has informed that this is a joint effort by India Club and Pratiksha Hospital to reunite the senior tennis players of the region and to create awareness on prevention of sports injuries and its management.

Dr Arvind Gupta, an eminent surgeon and sports medicine specialist from Paras Hospital, Patna will speak on sports injuries and management during the

tournament. The tournament is being sponsored by Oil India Limited, Airtel, Yo-China, MP Construction and HDFC Bank.

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