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International Kite Festival, to be organized at Sabarmati riverfront during January 9 to 14, is all set to get a vibrant look as kite-flyers from 36 countries and 10 states of India are going to participate.

A series of programs will begin with Gujarat Tourism’s Chaiman Shri Kamalesh Patel inaugurating a kite flying competition on January 9, 11:00 morning. A theme pavilion based on the history of kites will be inaugurated by Tourism Minister Shri Jaynarayan Vyas on 5:00 evening, same day.

International Kite-festival will be inaugurated on January 11, 8:30 morning. Gujarat Governor Dr.Smt.Kmala will preside over the function while Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi will also remain present.

Kite festival will also be organized at the white runn in Dhorda on January 12, 10:00 morning to 3:00 evening and at Mandavi beach on January 13. Visitors at Mandavi beach will also have famous DJ Narayan band to add up in their amusement.

Invitees and kite-lovers will fly kites in the heritage pols of Ahmedabad on January 14 during 9:30 morning to 3:00 afternoon. Theme pavilion based on adventure sports, food-court, craft-bazaar and kite workshop – all on the show to entertain kite-lovers.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has greeted Bengalis in India and across the world on Poyla Boishakh.

Wishing ‘Shubho Nabo Barsho’, the Prime Minister tweeted: “The love of life and the fervor of celebration that one sees in the people of Bengal are truly heartening. My heartfelt wishes to Bengalis in India and across the world on Poyla Boishakh. May the New year bring prosperity, happiness and health to all.”