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Mangaluru: Participation of 2 sportsmen uncertain in Dubai event due to leave issues


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Sep 14: Participation of two champion sportsmen in International bench press event is doubtful since the excise department, where they work, is yet to approve leave for the same.

Ekalavya award winner Sathish Kumar Kudroli, serving as excise officer at KR Pete zone in Mandya and Commonwealth gold medallist Vincent Carlo, serving at Mangaluru excise joint commissioner's office, have been selected to represent India in Asian bench press event at Dubai. The event will be held from September 18 to 24.


Sathish Kumar Kudroli

Vincent Carlo

Sathish Kumar Kudroli and Vincent Carlo want to represent India in bench press event as the trainer and a participant respectively. Now the participation of both the athletes in the event is doubtful since the duo is yet to get permission from their departments and sanction of leave. “We have applied for the leave but there is no response from the department yet,” they said.

With the help of power lifting association, they have written to the chief minister, sports minister and government general secretary, asking permission and leave approval, as Indian contingent will leave to Dubai on September 17.


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  • DPD, Manglore

    Sat, Sep 15 2018

    They are still waiting which minister to send along in First or Business class ticket with posh hotel stay...and give economy class ticket and 1 star hotel to athlete.... calculation is still on...

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  • Anthony Philip D'Souza, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 14 2018

    The concerned departments should have been approved their leaves on top urgent priority basis, we believe the concerned authorities are illiterate as they do not know as to how distinguish good and bad . Their background, qualifications, etc required to be checked on priority basis, may be submitted bogus certificates to gain job..?

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  • SUNNY DSOUZA, MARNIMIKATTE MANGALORE

    Fri, Sep 14 2018

    This dum Politician play politic everywhere
    Want to spoil someone's career

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  • Job aspirant, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 14 2018

    Government is too busy in drama, they even forgot recruiting new candidates for jobs. We are waiting for KPSC 2017 results from nearly one year nothing yet solved, just waiting for government to settledown and instructions from ministers. But ministers are too busy in unwanted drama's. Do not know who is real hero for us to solve our job issues.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 14 2018

    Modi told you to sell Pakoda's ...

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  • Job aspirant, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 14 2018

    Non BJP government ruling in karataka. Still worse sinario.

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