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Dist admin organises �Run for Unity� as part of I-Day

By City Correspondent

GUWAHATI, Aug 14 - As part of the Independence Day celebration, the Kamrup Metropolitan district administration today organised a �Run for Unity� here.

According to a statement, Deputy Commissioner Biswajit Pegu and other senior officials of the district administration and Police Commisssionerate, Guwahati, took part in the run along with students from different educational institutions and people from all walks of life.

The run started from the bank of the Dighalipukhuri and culminated at the Nehru Stadium. The district administration today also organised quiz, drawing, speech and essay writing competitions among students. Streetplays were also staged in different parts of the city to create awareness about road safety.

Meanwhile, Pre-Independence Day was today celebrated at Sri Guru Nanak Senior Secondary School here with a daylong programme. The tricolour will be unfurled tomorrow on the school campus as part of the 73rd Independence Day.

Similarly, the Assam Association of the Deaf has also geared up to celebrate the occasion with a daylong programme.

Great Cycling Together is also organising a cycle rally �Freedom Ride� to mark the occasion. The ride will start from Sonaram High School playground at 6.30 am and after covering approximately 19 kilometres, will culminate at the same venue around 8 am.

Campaign on social issues: Prag News and AM Television today launched a campaign on socials issues to mark the 73rd Independence Day in a befitting manner.

According to a statement, the campaign will cover themes like �Independence from plastic�, �Independence from gender chauvinism� and �Independence from poor mental health�, with a systematically designed proposition to cater to the concerns of environmental degradation, gender justice, pseudo-feminism, over-exaggerated women�s rights, prejudicial patriarchal patterns, social media trolling, depression, anxiety, body shaming and the ever growing suicidal tendencies.

Prag News today also announced its pledge to completely ban single-use plastic within its campus under the Campaign �Protect planet protest plastic�.

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Dist admin organises �Run for Unity� as part of I-Day

GUWAHATI, Aug 14 - As part of the Independence Day celebration, the Kamrup Metropolitan district administration today organised a �Run for Unity� here.

According to a statement, Deputy Commissioner Biswajit Pegu and other senior officials of the district administration and Police Commisssionerate, Guwahati, took part in the run along with students from different educational institutions and people from all walks of life.

The run started from the bank of the Dighalipukhuri and culminated at the Nehru Stadium. The district administration today also organised quiz, drawing, speech and essay writing competitions among students. Streetplays were also staged in different parts of the city to create awareness about road safety.

Meanwhile, Pre-Independence Day was today celebrated at Sri Guru Nanak Senior Secondary School here with a daylong programme. The tricolour will be unfurled tomorrow on the school campus as part of the 73rd Independence Day.

Similarly, the Assam Association of the Deaf has also geared up to celebrate the occasion with a daylong programme.

Great Cycling Together is also organising a cycle rally �Freedom Ride� to mark the occasion. The ride will start from Sonaram High School playground at 6.30 am and after covering approximately 19 kilometres, will culminate at the same venue around 8 am.

Campaign on social issues: Prag News and AM Television today launched a campaign on socials issues to mark the 73rd Independence Day in a befitting manner.

According to a statement, the campaign will cover themes like �Independence from plastic�, �Independence from gender chauvinism� and �Independence from poor mental health�, with a systematically designed proposition to cater to the concerns of environmental degradation, gender justice, pseudo-feminism, over-exaggerated women�s rights, prejudicial patriarchal patterns, social media trolling, depression, anxiety, body shaming and the ever growing suicidal tendencies.

Prag News today also announced its pledge to completely ban single-use plastic within its campus under the Campaign �Protect planet protest plastic�.