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SILCHAR, July 23 - As a part of its mission to train 10 lakh players in the country, the Table Tennis Federation of India will conduct a five-day TT camp in Cachar district. The camp will be held at the Udharbond TT Club from July 24. Pranabananda Das, former secretary of the TT Club informed that the necessary equipment for training have reached the venue. Also he said that the learners will be trained by Parag Ankalekar, level-1 coach from the International Table Tennis Federation.

�There are 80 participants including 22 girls for the training which will be done in two sessions every day. The five-day camp will have facilities of robot which will be used in Barak Valley for the first time. We are looking forward for a successful camp,� Das said.

He was quick to add that Soumyajit Ghosh, who is representing India in the Rio Olympics 2016 and Tridib Duvarah, secretary Assam Table Tennis Association have conveyed their wishes for the camp. It may be mentioned that this will be the second of such national camps. The first camp is already under way at Lucknow.

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National TT camp in Udharbond from today

SILCHAR, July 23 - As a part of its mission to train 10 lakh players in the country, the Table Tennis Federation of India will conduct a five-day TT camp in Cachar district. The camp will be held at the Udharbond TT Club from July 24. Pranabananda Das, former secretary of the TT Club informed that the necessary equipment for training have reached the venue. Also he said that the learners will be trained by Parag Ankalekar, level-1 coach from the International Table Tennis Federation.

�There are 80 participants including 22 girls for the training which will be done in two sessions every day. The five-day camp will have facilities of robot which will be used in Barak Valley for the first time. We are looking forward for a successful camp,� Das said.

He was quick to add that Soumyajit Ghosh, who is representing India in the Rio Olympics 2016 and Tridib Duvarah, secretary Assam Table Tennis Association have conveyed their wishes for the camp. It may be mentioned that this will be the second of such national camps. The first camp is already under way at Lucknow.

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