The Sliabh Liag Hillwalkers are to hold a special fundraising walk in aid of the Donegal Mountain Rescue team. The walk, which is a Grade B moderate walk, takes place on Easter Sunday, March 31st. The walk will take approximately three hours and is over a distance of 8 kms.Those taking part should meet at Carrick Car Park at 1pm and dress in the right clothing.For further details you can contact leaders: Marion McGinley: 086 6063923. Suzanne Byrne: 086 3963150The walk is free but people will be encouraged to make a donation. SLIABH LIAG WALKERS TO GVE SOMETHING BACK TO DMRT was last modified: March 18th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegal mountain rescue teamSliabh Liag Walkers
Sunday evening, it was west Delhi’s turn to hog the limelight. The highlight of the day? A stand-up act called A’Sardar, which was a comedy gig presented by two most funniest sardars — Maheep Singh and Vikramjit Singh.The performance was a part of the ongoing Atelier ACT Festival which is a workshop of communication enthusiasts who have been organising creative educational programmes and devising socially relevant plays. It has conducted various workshops on creative teaching and creative learning. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting”We are continuously devising and designing specific learning enhancement programmes for special educators and are incorporating creative drama and theatre-in-education techniques,’ said a member of the group.’A’sardar, the word itself has a dual connotation. It refers to asardar (catalyst to change) sardars. Dedicated to the ones who are performing and the ones who are witnessing it. We are sardars but not the usual typical ones,’ said Maheep.His act mostly took a dig at regular mishaps in a Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflixsardar’s life. Like how a sardar is always greeted by specific terms like balle balle or paaji instead of his regular name or how he gets served sarso ka saag and makke ki roti even in an Italian restaurant and how he is much scarier than a scarecrow (toy) to horrify little children to manage them,’ laughed Maheep.Vikramjit’s act on the other hand started with a disclaimer note claiming — the jokes today are offensive but you need not worry since they are in English. He tickled the funny bone with his uncanny yet humourous remarks on fitness freaks seen at gyms, how shopping is not a natural thing (unlike what women call it) which should be solely replaced by lots of sex and food (much natural and pleasurable) and the advertisements on TV.Vikramjit has been doing stand up for over an year now, and says that he derives his punches from the daily problems he deals with in life.’Instead of ruminating over them, I make a joke out of them. Just like how batting comes to Sachin,’ Vikramjit said.’Comedy for me is being in the moment and suit according to the scene. I am a big believer in laughing at oneself. Then only you can succeed in bringing a few laughs,’ Maheep signed off.
Kolkata: Following Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee’s direction, her party leaders on Sunday organised silent rallies at each block as well as the city, showing solidarity with family members of the Pulwama martyrs.Senior Trinamool Congress leaders from various parts of the state took out silent rallies condemning the deadly attack in Pulwama that took place on February 14. Apart from party leaders, many local people also participated in the rally. Senior Trinamool Congress leader and state minister Suvendu Adhikari led a candle light march in Haldia that had seen a huge response from the local residents. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseA similar rally was also organised at ward 72 under Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC), where senior TMC leader Sandip Bakshi participated along with others. They marched down the city’s streets, sending across the message of solidarity with the family members of the slain CRPF jawans. TMC leader Arup Roy also arranged a silent rally in Howrah. It may be mentioned that Trinamool Congress Supremo Mamata Banerjee had participated in a candle light march in the city on Saturday afternoon, showing solidarity with the CRPF personnel who were killed in the horrific tragedy. The rally started from Hazra More and ended at Gandhi statue. During the rally on Saturday, Banerjee said: “When the country is in crisis, it is our duty to stand together with the citizens. The whole India is united. Unity is our strength.” During the programme, she announced the silent rallies in the block level. Meanwhile, Vardaan Market, in association with Metro Plaza and Emami Market, also organised a condolence march to pay homage to the brave martyrs who made supreme sacrifice. More than 2,000 people, including members from Vardaan Market, Metro Plaza and Emami Market, were present in the march on Sunday that started from Vardaan Market at Camac Street. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataSyed Akbar Hossain, general secretary, Vardaan Shop Owner’s Association, said: “The rally was organised to mark the protest against the attack on our armed forces in Pulwama. This is a request to our government to take appropriate action against the perpetrators for this heinous crime. We demand justice.” In another incident, some local residents from Ashokenagar in North 24-Parganas put up a rail block at Ashokenagar railway station for nearly half an hour, demanding strong action against those who were involved in the ghastly attack. They also shouted slogans against Pakistan. Train service was resumed after the locals lifted the protest demonstration.