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State Games in Barak Valley

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GUWAHATI, Aug 22 - Barak Valley is ready to hosts the third edition of the State Games.

The District Sports Association, Silchar has confirmed that the biggest sports event of the State would be held from December 19 to 23 at different parts of the Barak Valley. A meeting in this regard was held at Silchar which was attended by Ajit Singh, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister, along with the officials of the Silchar District Sports Association and District Administration of Cachar.

Altogether 21 disciplines will be accommodated in the five-day meet. The disciplines are-archery, athletics, basketball, boxing, carrom, gymnastic, kabaddi, karate, kho-kho, netball, sepak takraw, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, weight lifting, wrestling, wushu, football, handball, hockey and judo. The 2nd edition of the State Games was held at Nagaon in early part of 2011.

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State Games in Barak Valley

GUWAHATI, Aug 22 - Barak Valley is ready to hosts the third edition of the State Games.

The District Sports Association, Silchar has confirmed that the biggest sports event of the State would be held from December 19 to 23 at different parts of the Barak Valley. A meeting in this regard was held at Silchar which was attended by Ajit Singh, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister, along with the officials of the Silchar District Sports Association and District Administration of Cachar.

Altogether 21 disciplines will be accommodated in the five-day meet. The disciplines are-archery, athletics, basketball, boxing, carrom, gymnastic, kabaddi, karate, kho-kho, netball, sepak takraw, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, weight lifting, wrestling, wushu, football, handball, hockey and judo. The 2nd edition of the State Games was held at Nagaon in early part of 2011.