Sports meet begin at Dhakoli
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Zirakpur:Over 250 participants took part in various events like football, athletics, slow cycling race and sack race during the 2nd Sports Mela of Gulmohar Trends Society, Dhakoli. The meet was inaugurated by S. Ajaib Singh, Councillor of the Municipal Committee Dhakoli, Zirakpur. Taking note of the efforts made by the society association, S. Ajaib Singh announced cash award of Rs 31,000 for the welfare and progress of the sports activities. N.K.Sharma , member of legislative assembly (MLA), Derabassi and the Chief Parliamentary Secretary, will preside over the second day of the Sports Mela on Sunday as the chief guest.
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