Charkop Kannadiga Balaga to Build Kannada Bhavan

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Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)
Mumbai, Mar 25:
“All community associations can excel and achieve its chief objectives if its members maximize their contributions in a manner similar to the piece of sandalwood that gives out fragrance every time you rub it”, opined Bhaskar Sarapady, president, Charkop Kannadiga Balaga.
Sarapady was speaking at the fifth annual general body meeting of Charkop Kannadiga Balaga that was held recently at Sandhya Hotel, Charkop, Kandivali (West). 
He solicited the support of Balaga members in realizing the dream of constructing a Kannada Bhavan and naming the access road ‘Charkop Kannada Bhavan Road’.

Marauam Rao urged co-members to contribute their services towards the construction of a Kannada Bhavan at Charkop here.
Stage director Balakrishna Nidwannaya said that funds can be generated for the building by staging plays.  He also volunteered his service for this.
The talented students of the community who topped HSC and SSLC were honoured on the same occasion.
Social worker and donor M S Rao and former union railway minister Ram Naik were also felicitated.
Deepak Nayak was appointed internal auditor while Sanjay Associates were appointed external auditors of the Balaga. Honourary secretary M S Rao presented the annual accounts and proposed the vote of thanks.


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  • Raju Shankar Naik, Bangalore / Charkop

    Sun, Feb 28 2010

    Please keep me informed about the activities of CKB. Is there a website address for CKB to keep in touch with the acivities ?

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