DYSS Inter-district events conclude
Srinagar, May 27: The Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) Inter-district Kho-Kho, Volleyball tournament concluded at Amar Singh College here on Saturday.
In the event around 228 players from all over Valley participated. District Srinager lifted Under-19 Kho-Kho title while as Budgam finished second.
In Volleyball, Kulgam lifted Under-19 title while as Budgam finished second.
In anther event at Char-e-Sharif, U-19 Kabaddi final was played between host Budgam and Baramulla in which Baramulla defeated Budgam. In the event around 320 players from all over Valley participated.
Islamic Study Circle organises cross-country run
Srinagar, May 27: Islamic Study Circle J&K Balgarden organised a cross country run for age group of 10 to 14 years here on Sunday.
In the event around 100 students from different Darasgahs of district Srinagar participated.
The race started at Sakidafar chowk and ended at Babadem,Fateh Kada via Naliamaar road.
Ishfaq bashir of Mustafa Abad HMT finished first while as Danish Ahmad of Habba Kadal finished second. Burhan Ansar of Kaw Mohalla finished third while Mamoon Rasool of Zadi Masjid and Saqib Rashid of Haqani Darasgah Fatehkadal finished fourth and fifth respectively.
Prize distribution function was held at Fatehkadal Park. Secretary general Islamic Study circle J&K Showkat Ahmad Zargar distributed prizes among students.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 27 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 27 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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