Indians compete to promote friendship among old enemies.
The Confederation Of Voluntary Associations (COVA) is organising an inter-school and inter-college competition, at the Jawahar Bal Bhavan auditorium. This program is being conducted to commemorate the 60th year of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear holocasts. These competitions are being called Sambandh 2005, and are conducted every year to improve the Indo-Pak relationship.
Sambandh 2005 is supported by Pakistan India People's Forum For Peace And Development (PIPFPD), Coalition For Nuclear Disarmament And People (CNDP), AP Counsel For Science And Technology, and the National Council For Science And Technology (NCSTC). The various competitions organised include essay writing, elocution, one-act play, poster and slogan writing, and many more. The best of the entries will be sent to Pakistan for an exhibition, which will be organised to promote the Indo-Pak relations. Youngsters can take part in these events provided that they represent a school or college.
The chief guest for the occassion is Additional Commissioner of Police, Traffic, A K Khan. The other guests are the Director of Bal Bhavan, Ramu ; Vice-chairman of Huda, J S Rajan, IAS; and Member-Secretary of APCOST, Vijay Lakshmi.
Please contact Ajay Kumar on 2456-7087/2452-8318/93472-77177 for further details.