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Inter-house kho-kho meet of BSF School
Balbir K Punj11/19/2012 10:30:01 PM

JAMMU, Nov 19: Raman House shall be playing against Gandhi House in the final of the girls' inter-house kho-kho competition, organised by the Primary Wing of the BSF Senior Secondary School at the school ground, here tomorrow. In the semifinals, played today, Raman House defeated Tagore House 8-5 while Gandhi House outplayed Nehru House 10-07. In all, 48 girl students have been involved in this competition representing four different houses. Earlier, the event started under the guidance of Headmaster of BSF Primary Wing, Gayatri Kotwal and Coordinator, Meena Bazir. The competition is being held under the technical supervision of Rajinder Singh.
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