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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Happy New Year Bebay - 2017

 
Another Year passed by and I am still counting days when we will have a face-off. Your words still echoes in my ear when I heard your voice a month back ...after a long season!! I did feel sad you did not want to listen to my voice.... but its ok, I can make it out. 
 
I know you have a different feel for me. My feeling for you remains the same when I last touched you head when we bid farewell. The wound you have stored is same here...just wanted to hug you and cry!!
 
Don't know...when will you read all these lines I have written for you...I don't have ill feelings for anyone...we can't clap with a single hand just like that I don't want to spread ill words of your close ones to you....its matter of time you will learn about me. Even in a bad impression to you...I just love you and eager to hug you...
 
Happy New Year Bebay ....wishing you best days in 2017...
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Sunday, December 25, 2016

PSS completes a year; celebrates with free basic photography workshop

SINGTAM, DECEMBER 25: On the occasion of the first anniversary of Photographic Society of Sikkim (Singtam), a one day free basic photography workshop was conducted at Kidzee School, Singtam. Eighteen participants from nearby places of Singtam and beyond had participated. Those included from places like Gangtok, Samdong, Rhenock, Kingstone, Ranipool, Singtam, Sang Khola and others. The cake-cutting celebration was also held on the day
The photography workshop had two sessions; the indoor and the outdoor. The indoor session had talks and discussions on three topics viz. Basics of Photography, Brief Introduction on Camera Insights and Night-Photography by Ujjwal Darjee, Sanket Agarwal and Roshan Rai respectively, all members of PSS. Outdoor photo-shoot was held at the famed Rani-Khola river-side walkway and the premises of Kidzee School.
Shital Pradhan, Publicity In-charge, PSS was the host of the day while Milan Sharma, President, PSS spoked about the activities performed by the society over the last one year. Sharma added that it was on the occasion of the anniversary, the society thought about conducting the free – workshop. He further thanked the participants for making the workshop a success.

Certificate was distributed among the participants towards the end of the program by Sishir Chettri, Advisor of PSS and Ashok Prasad, Joint Secretary, PSS. The workshop was valuable and lots of knowledge was learnt echoed the participants.



 
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Saturday, December 24, 2016

Marwari Yuva Manch Singtam Celebrated World Environment Day' 2016

SINGTAM, JUNE 06: Marwari Yuva Manch Singtam Celebrated World Environment Day' 2016 by planting 216 species Of 'Laxmi Taru Lata' saplings at the newly inaugurated Singtam River Side Walkway on June 5. Sanket Agarwal, President MYM, Singtam through this press release has thanked Ritu Agarwal, Art Of Living, North Bengal & Sikkim Mr. Milan Sharma, President, Photographic Society Of Sikkim, Singtam, Sonam Bhutia, Range Officer, Singtam Forest Department and members of Singtam Marwari Yuva Manch for their active participation.

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National Consumer Day 2016 celebrated at Himalayan Pharmacy Institute

National Consumer Day was celebrated at Himalayan Pharmacy Institute, Mazhitar by Federation of Consumers Association of Sikkim today. Tilu Gurung, MLA Namthang Ratheypani and Gopal Baraily, MLA West Pandam was the Chief Guest and the Guest of honour of the day.
Shri Sandeep Chettri , President Majhitar Educated Unemployed Youth Cooperative Society was conferred with Concerned Consumer Award 2016 for his initiative on creating awareness among the public in the issues of Domestic Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Water & in many more.
PR Adhikari, Jigmee Bhutia and Eda Lawrence were the resource person of the day. Suresh Lama was the host of the day while Rohit Pradhan, General Secretary of FCAS gave the welcome speech. Shekher Khatiwara gave the vote of thanks.

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Thursday, December 22, 2016

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Friday, December 16, 2016

Riverine Elementary School, Rongli celebrates 5th annual day

SINGTAM, DECEMBER 13: Riverine Elementary School, Melatar, Rongli celebrated its 5th annual day with joy and enthusiasm.  TT Bhutia, Joint Director, HRDD, Gangtok was the chief guest on the occasion while other distinguished guests included KN Pradhan, AEO Regu BAC,  Ganesh Chettri, Headmaster Rongli JHS, members of SMC, guardians and others. 
Highlight of the day was the prize distribution to the students that have excelled on different fields, inter-community cultural ramp show by students and skit of save earth. Khusi Gurung, student of class vi was the host of the day.
The day long program started with the welcome speech by Karabi Mondal, teacher of the school. Thereafter, Bikki Rai, Principal of the school read out the annual report of the school. Rai informed the gathered crowd the participation of the school on different activities. Indira Darnal, teacher of the school narrated the future plans for the next session among the guardians. Introduction of abacus and other innovative methods of teaching was informed that would help the students on maths. 
Cultural dance was the other highlight of the day. The skit of Save Earth by the students from class UKG till class v was highly appreciated by everyone. The students dressed as trees, flowers, different animals, water had a major impact on the audience.
Speaking on the occasion, TT Bhutia, Joint Director, HRDD, Gangtok praised the efforts of the school in participating at different events over the year and organizing regular teacher- guardian meetings. He spoked about the abacus and encouraged the school staff and the guardian to accept the need of hour. He suggested the school to come up with science club. He further congratulated the school owners, Santosh Pradhan and Sushen Pradhan for providing wonderful environment for the students.

KN Pradhan, AEO, Regu BAC highly appreciated the effort of ‘student host’ in conducting the program in English language. He congratulated the entire team of the school for the beautiful and successful program. Other people to speak on the occasion included Ganesh Chettri, Headmaster Rongli JHS and Bhim Pradhan, SMC member of the school.
Parent amusement program was also organised for the guardians. Dress code for the guardian was announced and the winner of the Most Attractive Male and Female of the day was selected. Prizes were distributed to the students by the Chief Guest and the other distinguished guests. Khusi Gurung, student of class vi was adjudged the student of the year for her all round performance. Prabha Gurung, teacher of the school gave the vote of thanks.

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Friday, September 16, 2016

Sikkim's Sushmita Rai wins bronze at World Martial Arts Masterships


Sikkim’s Karate player Sushmita Rai hailing from Majhitar, East Sikkim made the nation proud when she won a bronze at the recently concluded World Martial Arts Mastership 2016 held at Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do of South Korea.
She was among the 12-member Indian contingent that had participated in the week-long event. The big event had 81 countries across the globe participating in it. Phurba Pangkarma from Sikkim als had participated at the tournament. 
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Monday, September 05, 2016

Retired Government Employees body formed at Singtam

Over 50 retired government employees attended a first of its kind meeting at Shantinagar Monastery premises at Singtam to form a sub-committee of their own on September 4, 2016.
TB Pradhan was elected as the President, while the other members included Jayashree Chettri as Vice President, Rinzing R Lhamu and B Waiba as Joint Secretary, PP Upprety as Treasurer, TT Bhutia as Publicity Secretary, Surya Kr. Pradhan, Bhim Das Ghimeray and Rupa Gurung as Joint Secretary. LN Pradhan was elected as Chief Advisor and additional Advisors included HN Sharma, LP Chettri, Indra Basnet and others. 
The meeting was also attended members of Sikkim Government Retired Employees. DT Bhutia, President (SGRE) was the Chief Guest on the occasion while other members that included PL Sharma, General Secretary, KL Dhakal, Treasurer, Nita Nirash, Publicity Secretary, NP Sharma and Indra Basnet, senior citizens from Singtam were the Guest of Honour for the day. Mohan Pradhan was the host of the day while TB Pradhan gave the welcome address.
Speaking on the occasion, PL Sharma, General Secretary, SGRE gave in detail about the establishment of Sikkim Government Retired Employees and its work done over the years. Sharma spoked about the struggle they have made in its initial years. He further shared his experience as a retired life and spoked about the benefits of an organisation for the retired ones.
DT Bhutia, President Sikkim Government Retired Employees also congratulated the new members and said with the new body formed at Singtam would strengthen the central body. Bhutia also informed the gathered audience about the requests to be placed before the state government. Other people to speak on the occasion included CP Pradhan, Jayashree Chettri, PP Upprety and LN Pradhan.


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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

70th Independence Day at Ralap SS and Chisopani

RALAP SS: 70th Independence Day was celebrated at Ralap SS with great enthusiasm and joy. Sports, cultural activities and felicitation were the highlight of the day. Basant Lamichaney, Chairman, SABCO, Gangtok was the Chief Guest of the day while other distinguished guests present on the occasion included Am Prasad Sharma, former MLA Singtam Khamdong, MT Sherpa, Director, School Education/RMSA, HRDD, Gangtok,  Lobzang Bhutia, JE, HRDD, Gangtok, Panchayat members, guardians and others.
The Chief Guest unfurled the national tri colour flag thereafter the students and the gathered crowd sang the national anthem. Bishal Sunwar, Panchayat read out the HCM message send to the school. Dorjee Sherpa, Principal of Ralap SS gave the welcome speech where he thanked everyone for their participation. The students of the school participated at March Pass and drill that was thoroughly enjoyed by the crowds. The cultural events were other mass attraction that had huge appreciation.
LD Dhakal, the founder teacher of the school (1974) was felicitated by the Independence Day Celebration Committee where Sharmila Chettri, Panchayat read out the citation. Dakhal was presented citation and a shawl by the Chief Guest. The other highlight of the day the Open Football tournament was won by Evergreen Club, Sumin defeating Border Road Organisation FC, Ralap with four goals to two. Winner teams lifted the trophy and a handsome amount of Rs 50,000 and the runner-up team took home a runner trophy and a cash of Rs 30,000.

CHISOPANI, East Sikkim: Jas Lal Pradhan, Arjuna Awardee Boxer, Asian Games Gold Medalist and former Olympian was the Chief Guest at the 70th Independence Day Celebration held at Sakyong Chisopani JHS ground. The major attraction of the day was the felicitation ceremony followed by Volleyball exhibition match and the final of the Open Football Tournament.
Satish Chandra Pradhan, Headmaster of Sakyong Chisopani JHS gave the welcome speech where LN Sharma, teacher of the school read out the HCM message. School staff joined the students at the ground during the singing of the national anthem at the time of flag hoisting. The students of Sakyong Chisopani JHS presented parade, yoga demonstration, rhymes by junior classes and cultural programs that was appreciated by everyone. Village sports that included tug of war and passing the ball had participants from the public. Members of different Self Help Group presented an integration song. 

The major highlight of the celebration was the felicitation of three personalities by Sirwani Chisopani GPU and the Celebration Committee that included Ajay Rai, Office-In-Charge, Singtam Police Station, Sonam Bhutia, Range Officer, Forest Department, Singtam and Manju Shanker, Branch Manager, IDBI Bank, Singtam. Volley Ball exhibition match played between teachers of Sakyong Chisopani JHS and village team of Chisopani was won by the school team. DP Pandey was presented with the best player trophy. The team of Chorten Monk won the Open Football Tournament in an extra time. The winner and the runner team won trophies along with Rs 30,000 and Rs 20,000 respectively.
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When i started my blog on Sikkim way back in 2007, i had it clear on my mind that this blog shall help people look out for knowledge on Sikkim. I always wanted a knowledge house about Sikkim, its past, present and future. I do not know over the years how much did i succeed but my determination to let other understand my Sikkim is always giving me a push. with regards Shital Pradhan (himalayanreview@gmail.com)

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