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Paralympic games to be held in Kochi

Staff Reporter

KOCHI: Rajagiri School ground at Kalamassery will witness the excitement and undying spirit of hundreds of physically challenged students who will participate in the State Paralympic Championship beginning on Friday.

The event, which is expected to shine a light on the lives of differently-abled students, provides a wonderful opportunity for them to display their skills and talents.

Stating that the championship will be hosted by the Ernakulam District Paralympic Association, Prashant Palackappilly, general secretary of the association, said that the objective of the event is to identify sporting talents among the physically challenged. It will also help them unleash their sporting prowess.

Nearly 100 officials and parents will attend.

More details about the event to be held at Rajagiri School ground can be had from Phone: 9847141881; 9447305569.

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