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Golds for Assam Karate players

Golds for Assam Karate players

Assam players won golds at the International Invitation Karate Championship 2013 held at University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka on June 9.

The winners are Manjit Dihingia – 2 Golds, Raju Kachari – 1 Gold, Dipu Tanti – 1 Gold and Sushmita Paul – 1 Gold. 


Manjit Dihingia

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SUNIL KR.CHAKRABORTY's picture

Good Sports young Spirit karate, we are all proud and happy DOST of your achieved and success the target GOLD..Assam proud of you are all the best and best in India.I have Win a GOLD in 12th All Guwahati Karate championship held at Narengi,Bonda on dtd 22 th September,2013. Thanks all of you..........

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