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Oct 2, 2009

Roshan lifts Pallanwala Kesari Title

State Times, Jammu
ST News Service


JAMMU--1st Oct.: Pahalwan Roshan of Muthi, Jammu lifted the 12th Pallanwala Kesri title by defeating Pahalwan Hoshiar of Punjab in a tough and interesting bout at Government Higher Secondary School ground Pallanwala.
The winner Pahalwan was awarded a traditional award (Malli) and a cash prize where as the runners up Pahalwan was also given a cash prize.
A total of 40 bouts were fought in the mega Dangal conducted under the supervision of technical officials from the J and K State Youth Services and Sports Department. The Dangal which is an annual feature in the remote border village of Pallanwalla was organised by Pallanwala Dangal Committee on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra.
On the occasion, old wrestlers of the adjoining areas were also honoured and presented a Pagri and a shawl. Sudershan Kumar, KAS who hails from this remote border village and is a founder member of the organising committee, was the Chief Guest.

1 comment:

kashmir said...

I, Havildar/Clerk Kashmir Singh Bhau S/O Hony Capt Krishan Singh Bhau, resident of Village Pallanwala (TCP) am serving presently in United Nations Peace Keeping Force in South Africa felt glad to see the name of my Great Village (village of Bravery) on Internet and am very keen for development of the village in all spheres including entertainment and sports. I had passed 12th in 1991 from Govt Hr Secondary School, Pallanwala (where the kushti) was fought, completed BSC Pt I from GGM Sc College, entolled, later on completed BA from Jammu University as private student, completed MCA from Sikkim and Manipal University through KAWA Institute and an Institute at Kolkata. Please mail me if something about my native area as I am feeling very alone far from my great Pallanwala and Akhnoor. With best wishes from Kashmir Singh Bhau from out of country in South Africa. My mail id is ksbhau.ia.gmail.com