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Volleyball tourney at Hiranagar from Feb 25
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:52:52 PM
JAMMU, Feb 18: Khajuria Volleyball Club is organizing an open volleyball tournament at village Banai in Hiranagar tehsil of district Kathua from February 25. As per a handout issued by the Club, here today, those interested teams have been advised to submit their entries with organizing secretary, Shashi Khajuria along with an entry fee of Rs 500 well in time. The winning team shall be getting prize money of Rs 5,000, the handout added. Teams can also contact the organizers on Mobile NOs. 9906237683 and 9622343581.
SPDCT to organize Hockey Tournament from 20-26 Feb at Hakku Stadium
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:52:44 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 18: In the loving memory of Sant Gubaksh Singh Danna , a hockey tournament shall be organized by Sant Pura Danna Charitable Trust in collaboration with Hockey J&K from 20-26 Feb at KK Hakku Stadium under the supervision of Sant Tejwant Singh This was disclosed by Swaran Singh, Chief Organizing Secretary in a press meet. It was sinformed that the main objective of tournament is to involve and encourae youth towards sports for fitness so that they do not get diverted from the mainstream. In this tournament, 18 top teams of J&K and National Teams like SGPC Amritsar, Punjab University, Patiala, Pathankot, New Gurdaspur, J&K Police, Poonch and local clubs of J
Sqay trials on Feb 22
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:52:08 PM
JAMMU, Feb 18: Jammu and Kashmir Sqay Association shall be conducting trials to raise the state team for upcoming All India Championship to be held at Nagpur in Maharashtra from March four. The trials shall take place at Sports Stadium Budgam on February 22, followed by the screening of the selected team on February 24 at Bakshi Stadium, Srinagar, a handout issued by the Association here today informed.
Alexander Memorial School organizes farewell party
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:51:28 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 18: A farewell party was given to the outgoing students of class X of Alexander Memorial School by the Alexian Family. Rev. Udai Singh, Presbyter-incharge St. Paul's Church, Residency Road, Victor John, Anthony Igneous, Poonam Bhat and several other members of the management graced the occasion. The students of class IX enthralled the audience by presenting a colourful cultural programme comprising dance, music and songs which was highly appreciated by all. The Principal, Esther William, welcomed the guests and the matriculands and Rev. Udai Singh gave an impressive sermon befitting the occasion. After a tough Quiz Competition, Carol and Mohammad Aithsha
JP World School organizes Inter House English Grammar, Vocabulary Quiz
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:51:22 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 18: JP World School, Jammu organized Inter House English Grammar and Vocabulary Quiz Competition in Globe Auditorium. The objective of the competition was to enrich the vocabulary and grammatical components of English language. The students of classes 5th to 8th from all houses namely Chenab, Jhelum, Ravi and Tawi took part in it. The competition commenced with lightning of the lamp by the school principal Mr. Jitinder Singh Hundal. The competition was divided into different sections as grammar, vocabulary, punctuation and rapid fire. All the participants exhibited their talents in English language and surprised the assemblage. Chenab house who was lead
Tiny Tots School organizes farewell party
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:51:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 18: A farewell party of Class 10th students was organized in Tiny Tots School Residency Road, by the students of Class 9th. On the occasion, Asma Khan of Class 9th welcomed the students, faculty members, MD and principal of the school. A variety of cultural programs were presented by the students of Class 9th. The cake was cut by the principal and the students of Class 10th. Students of Class 10th were given good wishes token in the shape of gifts. Veena Handa wished to the students best of luck for their board examination and praised the efforts of the students and the dedication of the faculty members. The following titles given to the students of cla
Stephens Internaltional School celebrates Annual Sports day
Jaibans Singh2/18/2017 10:51:03 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 18: Stephens International Public School, Miran Sahib, celebrated Annual Sports Day by organizing "Jashn-E-Bachpan", of Dr. Aparna Kids Kingdom, Pre-primary wing of the Stephens International Public School, on Feb 18, 2017 on the sprawling grounds of their campus. The Principal of the school, Shibu Mathew K, in his welcome speech, acknowledged the hard work put in by the sports and physical education teachers Jaswinder Kaur, Muneshwar Jamwal, Gautam Sharma and Gurdeep Singh. He encouraged the students to do their best and compete in a spirit of sportsmanship. The welcome programme included a musical and dance performance by the young toddlers, flag hoisting
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