Lens view: Professional Golf returns to Kashmir Valley after seven years and Tata Motors honors Olympians

Kashmir leg of Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) the inaugural J&K Open 2021 tournament will be staged at the Royal Springs Golf Course in Srinagar from September 15 – 18. The event offers a prize purse of USD 54,000 (INR 40 lakh)

Lens view: Professional Golf returns to Kashmir Valley after seven years and Tata Motors honors Olympians
Cricket legend and a Golfer, Kapil Dev, Board Member, PGTI flanked by Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO, PGTI (left) and S Sambhu Prasad, CMD, Amrutanjan Health Care Ltd, unveiling a sports magazine featuring him on cover page in New Delhi on Thursday. Photograph : Rajeev Bhatt

The TATA Steel Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) resumes its events from Sept. 2, 2021, after a forced break of over five months due to the ongoing restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent lockdown. Schedule features line-up of ten events to be staged from September to December for  2020-2021 season combined with Total Prize money of US $8,90,000

Tokyo-2020 Olympians who narrowly missed the podium finish but inspired billions along with Indian Women's Hockey Team pose with their prize, Altroz Car during felicitation by Shailesh Chandra, President, Passenger Vehicle Business, Tata Motors in New Delhi on Thursday. Photograph: Rajeev Bhatt

Tata Motors, India’s leading automotive brand today handed over the keys of Altroz — the gold standard of hatchbacks to the Indian athletes who narrowly missed the bronze medal in the recently held Tokyo Olympics. They may not have won a medal but have won hearts of millions and inspired billions through their commendable performances. To recognize and congratulate them, Tata Motors honored 24 Olympians across categories such as Hockey, Wrestling, Golf, Boxing and Discuss throw. An Altroz will be handed over to each athlete, in the High Street Gold color to mark his or her gold standard efforts.