Publish Date: | Sun, 26 Jun 2022 11:15 PM (IST)
Ratlam (Rep. of New Zealand). For the first time in the Ranji Trophy match on Sunday, the team of MP went to the final match and won the trophy. Due to this, there was double happiness among the players and the general public in Ratlam. The reason is that Rakesh Thakur, who was involved in the team, started his initial journey of cricket from Ratlam itself. Rakesh played the first two matches of the Ranji Trophy and was part of the 16-man squad.
Rakesh Thakur, who was in the role of wicket keeper in the team, participated in state and national events in Under 16 while studying in Gujarati School in the year 2003-04. Coach Rajesh Harris Baba learned the tricks of cricket from Nilesh Rajoria at the Pologround at Ashutosh Cricket Club. Club convener Anuj Sharma told that Rakesh Thakur’s elder brother Tileshwar Thakur is also a good player of cricket. Rakesh was born in Ratlam and father was a Patwari. He shifted to Dewas in the year 2015 after his father’s death and brother got a job in the police department. Club President Ashwini Sharma, Shailendrasinh Kushwaha, Ananta Brahme, Satyanarayan Pateria etc. congratulated on joining the Ranji team and winning the team for the first time.
Agneepath is the medium of service to the nation
Ratlam. Every citizen should have a sense of dedication towards the nation. We can do true nation service by becoming Agniveer through the Agneepath scheme of the army. This was stated by the President of All India Ex-Servicemen Service Council, Virendra Tripathi on Sunday at Shri Maharishi Shringa Vidyapeeth located in the Brahmin residence. Tripathi provided information about the Agneepath scheme of the army to the youth of the society. He said that by becoming Agniveer, we would be able to work in every field. A decade later, Agniveer will be seen in every field. On this occasion, former Subedar Surendrasinh Vaghela told the students how to pass the examination under Agneepath scheme. Conducted by Advocate Satish Tripathi. Thank you Trustee Anil Pandey.
More than 78 tons of garbage transported to Julwania
Ratlam. Wet-dry waste being collected separately from house to house through municipal garbage collection vehicles, the waste generated during cleaning of roads and drains is being weighed daily and transported to Julwania Trenching Ground. . Under this, more than 78 tonnes of garbage was transported to Julwania Trenching Ground by planting 122 trees on Sunday. Magic dry waste 36735 kg, magic wet waste 7055 kg, 32645 kg by dumper, 1610 kg by tractor total 78045 kg was transported to Julwania trenching ground.
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