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  • Jyotiraditya Khaund
    Jyotiraditya Khaund

 A 10 year old karate player from Nagaon brings laurels to the district after earning Black belt in a Karate competition organized by  International  Shorin-Ryu Seibukan Karate Do Association , Assam , in Guwahati recently.

Jyotiraditya Khaund , a fifth standard student of Riveral School , Nagaon  is also the youngest Black Belt holder of the district. He won Gold medal in the sixth International Karate competition held in Jaipur city , Rajasthan in 2015. He bagged a Silver medal in the All India Inter-School Karate competition organized by Assam Seinsikai karate Do Association in  Guwahati  in 2014. Similarly, He secured first positions  at the Nagaon district Karate competition and South Assam Zone Karate competitions  apart from securing third position in the recently held All Assam Sotkan Do Karate competition.

Jyotiraditya has set his  eyes on continuing karate and is hopeful of getting more better. His parents , Sushil Kumar Khaund and Nabanita Khaund , a resident of Panigaon area of Nagaon are pleased with their son’s success.  Jyotiraditya is learning Karate from Ramen Pal Das and Dip Gogoi .  

 

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