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Hyderabad: Raising day marked with cycling

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 3, 2018, 6:02 am IST
Updated Oct 3, 2018, 6:02 am IST
Other officials of the college stepped in to take a walk down the history and rich heritage of Hyderabad. 
To commemorate the 18th Raising Day HQ Integrated Defence Staff and to promote the spirit of Jointmanship, Tri-Cyclers Club of CDM comprising Tri-services team of 20 officers undertook a cycling expedition for 151 km. (Representional Image)
 To commemorate the 18th Raising Day HQ Integrated Defence Staff and to promote the spirit of Jointmanship, Tri-Cyclers Club of CDM comprising Tri-services team of 20 officers undertook a cycling expedition for 151 km. (Representional Image)

Hyderabad: Around 20 officers of the College of Defence Management (CDM), Secunderabad undertook a 151 km ride with the message of “jointness” in the units of Army, Navy and Air Force. 

To commemorate the 18th Raising Day HQ Integrated Defence Staff and to promote the spirit of Jointmanship, Tri-Cyclers Club of CDM comprising Tri-services team of 20 officers undertook a cycling expedition for 151 km. 

 

The team visited Army, Navy and Air Force establishments in and around Hyderabad carrying the message of integration and jointness.

Other officials of the college stepped in to take a walk down the history and rich heritage of Hyderabad. 

A total of 120 enthusiasts volunteered as they walked from Charminar to Chowmahalla Palace traversing the historic al sights of the old city.

Meanwhile, two contingents, a total of 40 senior/junior division (boys) and 40 senior and junior wing (girls) cadets of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Directorate participated in the twelve days Thal Sainik Camp (exclusively for Army Wing of NCC) conducted at New Delhi. 

A total of seven gold medals and 22 silver medals were won by the cadets of both contingents.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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