To promote India’s own sport outside the country, Haryana’s government signed an MOU with the Holistic International Pravasi Sports Association (HIPSA). In the presence of the Principal Secretary, Navdeep Virk, and the Principal Secretary to the chief minister, V Umashankar, the MOU between the Haryana Government and the HIPSA was signed.
The memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the two parties in an attempt to promote Women’s Kabaddi outside the country. The motive of the MOU is to focus on Pravasi Bharati women and most importantly to make sure that Kabaddi becomes an Olympic sport. Fazel Atrachali recently praised PRO Kabaddi for the globalization of the sport.
Haryana aims at doing the same in the women’s category. The MoU was proposed by HIPSA to the Haryana Government in collaboration with World Kabaddi. It has several constraints like Training and competition of athletes, exchange of programs, coach education, research in women’s Kabaddi, and Sports infrastructure development. The initiative from the Haryana Government has impressed many.
Along with it, another MoU has been signed between Tata Power EV Charging Solutions Limited and Indian Oil Corporation Limited in order to install more than 500 fast and ultra-fast EV charging points across various parts of this country. It includes major highways like Mumbai-Pune expressway and major cities like Mumbai. The aim of the MoU is to ensure a seamless charging experience through the Tata Power EZ charge app and Indian Oil e-charge mobile app.
Indian Oil aims to give 10000 charging stations per year. Tata Power gives charging solutions in a total of more than 420 cities. Commissioner Roshan Jacob, a member of LCG of LA Martiniere College sought guidance on handling the college in the Principal’s absence. Further, other heads in the college like a trustee of Martin Charities and the Principal Secretary were consulted. The post of the Principal has been vacant following the completion of the previous one’s tenure.