Kuwait: ‘Karnataka Maitri Family Picnic-2009’ on Nov 6

Daijiworld Media Network – Kuwait (SB)  

Kuwait, Oct 3: Buntara Sangha-Kuwait (BSK) will hold ‘Karnataka Maitri Family Picnic-2009’ at Jaabriya Public Garden here on November 6. 

The event will include sports like ladies cricket, kabaddi, volley ball, throw ball, the most famous Govinda’ and many more for kids, ladies and gents. It is an opportunity to meet and greet bunts, non-bunts friends and people of Karnataka through the sports and games of Tulunadu. To register the teams can contact Manoj Shetty, sports secretary on 67009609, Lokanath Shetty on 65627939 or simply send a fax to 24882594 or 22452540.  

On the occasion, BSK also will honour bunt-members, who married without dowry and also announce ‘Bunts Merit Scholarship’ for the year 2009 under ‘Kshema Nidhi’. Merit students from the Bunt community in std X and XII have been invited to avail this opportunity. The beneficiaries for ‘Bunts Merit Scholarship’ will be only the children of the valid Members of BSK for 2009. 

The bunt-members can make ‘Bunts Merit Scholarship’ claim before end of November. For further details and submissions please contact BSK welfare secretary Balakrishna Shetty on 99473329. 


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