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Indians in Kampala mark Republic Day

By Denis Dibele

Added 27th January 2016 01:48 PM

The High Commissioner H.E Dr. Ramesh Chandra urged the Indians in Uganda to live peacefully

Indians in Kampala mark Republic Day

Children from Eco Homes Society in Naguru perform a dance during the occasion to mark the 67th Indian Republic Day at the Indian High Commission offices in Kampala. Photo by Denis Dibele

The High Commissioner H.E Dr. Ramesh Chandra urged the Indians in Uganda to live peacefully

Several Indians living and working in Kampala convened at the Indian High Commission offices on Kyadondo Road to celebrate the 67th anniversary of the Republic Day.

The High Commissioner H.E Dr. Ramesh Chandra urged the Indians in Uganda to live peacefully and not to forget their culture even when working away from home.

 nay rabhu 5 from elhi ublic chool acted as ahatma handi the preeminent leader of the ndian independence movement in ritishruled ndia hoto by enis ibele Anay Prabhu, 5 from Delhi Public School acted as Mahatma Ghandi the preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Photo by Denis Dibele

Children from Delhi Public School and Eco Homes Society performed dances for the crowds that graced the function.

At the same occasion, Stuti Bhansaki from Delhi Public School was recognized as she won the constitution day quiz that was organized by the commission. 

alt='' Stuti Bhansaki (R) a student of Delhi Public School receives a gift from the Indian High Commissioner to Uganda Ramesh Chandra as the First Secretary at the Indian High Commission Rajesh Gawande looks on. Photo by Denis Dibele

 

 

 

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