Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas July 21, 2017 — With five medals thus far, The Bahamas currently ranks 15th in an early medal count at the Commonwealth Youth Games.Bahamian athletes have achieved three bronze and two silver medals in the games. Izaak Bastian and Lilly Higgs both won Silver in the Boys and Girls 50 m Breaststroke respectively. Mya Beneby and Karra Hanna both won Bronze in the Girls 57kg and 70+kg Judo events respectively. Meanwhile Adrian Curry won Bronze in the Boys 100m race.#MagneticMediaNews#CommonwealthYouthGames Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:commonwealth youth games, medal count Commonwealth Secretary General: Youth Games “returned home” St. Lucian sprinter makes history at Commonwealth Youth Games Akia makes history, first junior woman to sprint for TCI at WYC
Kolkata: Retired Justice Chittotosh Mookerjee, chairman of Calcutta Cultural Centre along with some of its members went to the flat of Mrinal Sen on Sunday on the eve of his 96th birthday and wished him good health. Sen turned 96 on Monday. Mookerjee presented him a silver plaque, some books and a uttariya. Sen stays alone at the flat after the demise of wife Gita. Their only son Kunal stays in Chicago and comes to see his father frequently. Pallav Mitra, secretary of the organization said they had felicitated Jolly Mohan Kaul who is now 98. Kaul a leftist thinker also stays alone after the death of Manikuntala Sen. The organization proposes to felicitate folk singer Amar Pal. Mitra said the organisation remembers the contribution of elderly people and has decided to honour them.