Dear hockey students in Kanpur, our new hockey home
A month ago, we informed you all that there will be lot of hockey activities in Kanpur, the fourth and last city to join One Thousand Hockey Legs Program.
Now, it is time to remind that, and then go for rejoicing. Because hockey is coming in a fullpledged manner.
On February 1 and 2, our boys and girls will have a lot of fun with hockey in Kanpur.
Two things are planned there.
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Kolkata, 3rd Jan 2010:
On the sunny Sunday morning, OTHL enrolled school Shanti Sangha Girls High School, Behela played a friendly match against the "Thunderbirds".
Thunderbirds is a team of enthusiatic pre-teens coached by our Kolkata Project Officer, Dr. Shankar Kumar Chatterjee.
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It's a new year, 2010
To think afresh, to move ahead, and refresh our energies for scaling new frontiers.
We have about 20 schools spread over in four cities. The year 2009 was a year of beginning. A beginning for new hope in hockey
What does therefore 2010 signify?
We in the Hockey Citizen Group visualizes the year 2010, the first year of new decade, a year of consolidation.
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Dear Students, coaches and volunteers,
Here is an announcement regarding what we intend to do in Kanpur early 2010.
As you all know, eight schools have joined One Thousand Hockey Legs in Kanpur. You might have seen these schools listed in this website, and also you know well sticks and balls were distributed to these schools in the midway through December.
we learnt some schools have started giving practice to boys and girls. In one school, the gro...
PUDUCHERRY: Petit Seminaire Higher Secondary School was adjudged one of the top five schools in the State by the Hockey Citizen Group, New Delhi. In the league matches conducted, the school secured the second place.
In the essay competition, R. Ranjith of Class VIII won the first place, I. Reventh of Class VIII won the second place, and Sunil Kumar of Class IX, the third place. In the quiz competition, the team comprising I. Reventh and Rathinakumar of Class VIII and Amrith Priya...
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The plan was to deliver the first and the main consignment of Hockey equipment for the two Schools as part of the OTHL programme.
After a lot of tussles in the traffic, I lost a lot of valuable time and was finally make it to the 1st school at 1145 - Kanaipur Sriguru High School 11-4...
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Developing sustained passion for Hockey by introduction of Hockey to pre and early teenaged children and simultaneously promoting playing sport as a culture and tradition, thereby contributing to develop a sports loving society.