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News Community khabar Keep up to date with what’s happening. Farokh Tarapore clinches Silver at Asian Games 2010 F arokh Tarapore clinched the silver medal in sailing at the Asian Games 2010 in the match racing event. Farokh has focus on the next move so that when opportunity came, they should be ready to grab it. Farokh and his team made several manoeuvre to perfection, confused the Chinese and went on to win the third race and the fourth and, finally, the fifth to represented India at eight Asian Games in moves and the Chinese countered all of clinch the silver. a row since 1982 and has now won a gold, them. Finally, the Indian team got one Farokh believes that the will to win is two silver and two bronze medals at the small chance and they managed to confuse important but the will to prepare to win is Asian Games in three different kind of the Chinese with a double gybe. This even more important. He also believes that boats. A feat achieved by none in Asia. manoeuvre Farokh and his team had success is all about having the ability to get The Asian Games this year was special practised more than a thousand times but, up just one more time after you are down. to Farokh in many ways, and also the most in the last six months, had never used it in He is a strong believer that the Dream is memorable one. Farokh strongly believes a single competition. Hard work finally everything. If you can Dream it you can that if you apply the same formula of paid off and the team executed this achieve it. success that you applied at the previous games, you will be in the last 25 per cent of the fleet. If you are not making progress every day you are already behind the game. Past performances have little effect on the present result. One has to grow every day to ensure that you increase your chances of a medal. The match racing event that Farokh participated in at the Asian Games is like the T-20 of sailing. Fast, exciting and nerve-wracking. India was facing China in the semi finals and the story – 0-2 down and losing the third race till the half-way point, Farokh kept telling his teammates to The BPP Review 08 December 2010 News Zenrookh BPP athletes excel T he Bombay Parsi Punchayet athletes put up a scintillating performance at the Annual Athletic Meet for schools organised by Zarastyn the Education Department of the Government of Maharashtra at the Priyadarshani Park on October 8 and 10, 2010. The six BPP athletes, who participated through their schools, secured 12 medals – six gold, five silver and one bronze. In the Under-16 category, Zenrookh Davar won a gold medal in the Shot put event and a silver each in the Discus and Javelin events. Meanwhile, Aatush Kalyaniwala bagged the gold in Discus. Four of our athletes shone in the Under-14 category. Urwan Zaiwala won gold in the Shot put event, with a throw of 11.88 metres. He also stood first in Discus with a heave of 25.5 metres. With these performances, he was declared Aatush and Urwan Outstanding Athlete of the Meet in the Boys Under-14 category. What’s more, he has been selected to represent Maharashtra at the Junior Nationals to be held at Hardwar. Meanwhile, Piroza Master won a gold medal for Discus and silver in Shot put. Khushnum Wadia bagged the gold Piroza and Khushnum in Shot put and silver in Discus. Zarastyn Mistry stood 2nd in the 200-metre run and 3rd in Long Jump. These sterling achievements have been made possible by the inspiring guidance imparted by Chief Coach Dara Doomasia and his devoted team. All these athletes will now take part in the Greater Bombay Meet. We wish them well. Natasha General shines at YMCA athlete meet T he 35th Bombay YMCA Open Annual Athletic Meet was held from November 26 to 28 at the University Coaching programme conducted at Rustom Baug under Chief Coach Dara Doomasia. She is a student of J. B. stadium and one of the star athletes at the Vatcha High School, Dadar. meet was nine-year-old Natasha General. The meet saw many other Parsi With a gold medal for the 50 metres sprint, children performing admirably. 100 metres sprint and long jump in the Urzan Zaiwala broke the shot put Other medal winners were Khushnum under-10 group, Natasha really shone. In record, throwing 11.27 metres in the Wadia, who won a silver medal in the fact, praising her performance, a write-up Boys under-14 category. Farzad Dastoor Girls under-14, Shot put; Zenrookh in the DNA described little Natasha as ‘a won yet another gold medal for the Davar, who won bronze in the Girls notable performer at the meet.’ BPP Team by winning the 100 metres under-16 Shot put; and Aatush Natasha is part of the BPP athletic team sprint in just 12 seconds in the Boys Kalyaniwala, who bagged a silver medal in and trains at the BPP sponsored Athletic under-18 group. the Boys under-16 Discus competition. The BPP Review 10 December 2010 News Father-daughter duo shine Benaifer Sanjana – Young Parsi Karate kid Benaifer Sanjana might just be one of the youngest Parsis to have secured first place at the State Level and second place at the National Level in a karate competition. Aged four, she participated in the Mumbai Mayor Karate Tournament, which was organised by Maharashtra Karate Association, and secured first place in the Kata Competition in the under-6 category. She also participated in the All India National Karate-Do Competition organised by film actor and martial arts expert Akshay Kumar at the Andheri Sports Complex on October 29, 2010. Here, she came second and won a silver medal. Benaifer started her karate training at the tender age of three and, within the span of one year, she has achieved so much. She is currently being trained by Sensei Vipool Dasani — Joint Director of Global Martial Arts Academy — and by her father, Zubin Sanjana, who is a Black Belt himself, under the GojuRyu Style of Karate, currently training under the same category. Way to go Benaifer! We wish you all the very best and hope you win many more medals and accolades in the future! Zubin Sanjana makes Parsi an amazing 53,364 votes for his entry. He by the panel of judges and he chose to community proud was the only Parsi who got selected from sing Khaike Paan Banaraswala from the Mahindra XYLO, along with media partner all the corporate entries. film Don. This won him the Grand Finale 94.3 Radio One, organised a corporate In an interesting turn of events, at the Prize of a trophy, an Onida Blu-ray Player karaoke contest this year. Starting August Grand Finale in Mumbai, the special wild and a trip for two to Paris for three nights 12, 2010, the ‘Time of your Life Karaoke card entry — Zubin Sanjana — won both and four days. Contest’ was organised over 35 days, the ‘Wild Card Entry’ and the ‘Grand Finale’! Zubin Sanjana has indeed made the covering 75 top corporate houses across The contest started off with each whole Parsi community proud and has Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. participant having to sing a song of their shown that we are no less than anyone, be This year, the contest saw many firsts. choice on a karaoke track for two minutes. it in sports, entertainment or elsewhere. Not only was the contest taken beyond He was one of the seven finalists selected Way to go Zubin! We are proud of you! Mumbai, but a new category was introduced – the Wild Card Entry! Anyone who wanted to participate had to upload their videos on YouTube and the one who got the maximum votes would be the 26th participant in the grand finale. The wild card entrant would win a trip to Goa and, if he won the grand finale, a trip to Europe too. The wild card entry, Zubin Sanjana from Apax Partners India Advisors Pvt. Ltd., got The BPP Review 11 December 2010 News Star student A t the Cambridge IGCSE Board Exam (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) held in May 2010, Zenia Rumi Tangri of Dhirubhai Ambani International School, scored As in all the nine subjects she appeared for. At the same examination, Zenia topped the World in Hindi as a second language (97%), an unparalleled feat for a Parsi student. She also topped India in Co-ordinated Sciences (Double Award) with 96%. Bore Wells at Bharucha Baug O n October 2, 2010, MLA Ashok Bhau Jadhav inaugurated two bore wells at Bharucha Baug, Andheri (West). The wells had been sanctioned by Mr. Jadhav from his MLA’s Fund and he, along with BPP Trustee Khojeste Mistree, participated in the coconut breaking ceremony. These two bore wells will prove to be a boon by supplying water to 12 buildings in the colony. The entire effort was initiated by Mr. Aspi Pagdiwala, General Secretary of the Congress (I) Committee, who is a well-known social worker. Mehernosh Khajotia’s Rich Chocolate Cakes Rs. 375/- Kg 10% off on pick up from Lower Parel Bakery Katy: 9821677122 Mehernosh: 9821122290 Retail Outlet at Breach Candy, Cymroza Art Gallery (022) 32953043 & 9870402901 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Email: email@example.com for price list. The BPP Review 12 December 2010
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