Malkit Singh Showed His Excellent Cue Skills On The Eighth Day Of The 88th Billiards And Snooker National Championship

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Malkit Singh Showed His Excellent Cue Skills On The Eighth Day Of The 88th Billiards And Snooker National Championship

Former Asian Team Snooker Championship Gold Medalist Malkit Singh, who represents Railway Sports Promotion Board, set the snooker table on fire as he produced a classic break of 75 points, the maximum possible in a six red frame to get the better of Tamilnadu star S. Shree Krishna by 45-11, 29-31, 75-00, 26-39, 41-04, 01-40, and 44-04 scores to qualify for the last 32 stage of the ongoing six red snooker national championship here at SAGE University Bhopal.

UP Champion Paras Gupta prevailed over Railway Sports Promotion Board player Shoeb Khan by 4-3 frames to move into the last 32 stage along with Malkit. In other matches, the darling of Bhopal and Railway Sports Promotion Board player, Kamal Chawala, was involved in a well-contested match that went to the full distance of seven frames before Kamal edged out Shivam Arora Maharashtra by 4-3 frames to also enter the last 32 stage.

Petroleum Sports Promotion Board Player Dhvaj Haria emerged victorious against the local state player of Madhya Pradesh Anurag Giri, beating him by 4-3 frames in a neck and neck affair. Another player of Petroleum Sports Promotion Board, Mananchandra, overcame the heroics of the local state Madhya Pradesh, Piyush Kushwa, by 4-3 frames also to make it to the last 32 grade.

On the other hand, in the ladies section, the international star cueist of  Madhya Pradesh, who is based in Indore, gave a skillful display of brilliant potting, focused concentration, and a sense of purpose before inflicting a 3-0 frames defeat to former national champion R. Uma Devi who plays for Karnataka.

At the very outset, Ami was in full flow on this day, compiling a flawless break of 53 points. Continuing in the same vein in the next two frames, Ami wrapped up the match by 53-00, 53-00, 45-22, and 41-01 scores. In another match, Kirtana Pandian, the prodigious talent from Karnataka, downs Sunita Khandelval of Madhya Pradesh by 3-1 frames. While in another exciting tie between two champion players Chitra Maghimairaj toppled Vidhya Pillai of Karnataka by 3-1 frame.

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This week, the Indian Stock Market rebounded strongly and ended with first weekly gain of 2.7% in June as a drop in commodity prices offered some relief from broadening inflationary pressures. Copper prices, which are often seen as a bellwether for economic output due to their wide range of industrial and construction uses, are heading for their worst week in a year, while oil prices have dropped over concerns of slumping demand.

While the US recessionary fears are still at the forefront, but the slide in commodity prices has lifted the mood of stock market.Cheaper oil is usually beneficial for oil-importing countries such as India.

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In the next week, investors will keep a close eye on crude oil price movement, commodity prices, US economic activity and the geopolitical development.

 

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