Doha: KSQ organizes Annual day celebrations

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Doha, Apr 7: KSQ Annual day celebrations took place with grandeur on Friday, April 1 at Ashoka Hall, ICC premises, Doha, Qatar. His Excellency Indian Ambassador to the State of Qatar, Dr Deepak Mittal presided over the function as chief guest. Other invitees included the president of ICC, Baburajan, vice-president of ICC Subramanya Hebbagelu, former presidents of KSQ and advisory committee members VS Mannangi, and Deepak Shetty and HK Madhu. Satish Kumar, a Gold sponsor for the event was also present as a delegate. The event was formally started by lighting of lamp and a group song by KSQ Management committee members, 'Hacchevu Kannadada Deepa' penned by DS Karki.

The host for the event was Susheela Sunil, secretary for Women, KSQ. KSQ Annual souvenir 'Srigandha-2021' was unveiled by the chief guest and all the delegates on stage as part of the public function. Kannada teachers were felicitated on this occasion for their selfless service of teaching Kannada to children every Friday morning amidst their preoccupations.

The teachers Pradeep Kumar Dileep, Yogesh Pai, Vasanta Kumar and Kalavathy Shetty were honoured. The evening was filled with various entertainment programs starting with a classical welcome song followed by a folk song, a skit on awareness of Girl children and abolishing females in foeticide and finally concluding with a tribute to Puneeth Rajkumar by a medley dance performance by children. The event was witnessed by a houseful of audience who wholeheartedly applauded the performances and enjoyed it.


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