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Go Air Celebrates Rakhi With CRPF

Raksha Bandhan, an Indian festival that epitomizes the unconditional vow of brother to protect their sisters is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm across the country. The true bond of love and care that brother and sister shares with each other illustrates many values like commitment, courage, discipline, respect, integrity and loyalty which perfectly reflects the values of an airlines organization Go Air. As the horizon of families are extending all over  India,  Go Air celebrated this bond of protection in a unique way by its in-Flight Cabin Crew tying Rakhi  to the CRPF Jawans at Srinagar Airport, to express their feelings of love and respect for providing security to all those who fly in and out of Srinagar Airport throughout the year. Go Air feels privileged to celebrate this occasion with CRPF Jawans.

 

Hyderabad Runners Organise Dry Run

The Hyderabad Runners organised a dry run of 21.195km as part of their Sunday long runs to help train people for the Airtel Hyderabad Marathon. The run started at 5:30 am from Necklace Road and had runners’ run the same route as on the day of the race i.e People’s Plaza to Gachibowli Stadium via Somajiguda, Jubilee Hills, Madhapur, Hitec city, Mind Space, Bio Diversity, Gachibowli. About 350 runners participated in this preparatory training run. The run was followed by breakfast sponsored by OPTUM.

Hyderabad Runners Society, organizers of the 7th Edition of Airtel Hyderabad Marathon also organised run at Alankrita Resort. The run started and finished from Alankrita Resort, distance for the run was 10 KM / 25KM over 350 runners enthusiastically participated in the run. The participants had enjoyed the run as it was a different experience of running on the Shameerpet Highway and away from the noise and pollution of the usual city environment. The run was followed by the breakfast at Alankrita resorts. Such runs help an athlete to build stamina  before the final race. Many turned up to encourage the athletes.

Movement In Time & Space Exhibition

Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad organized an Art Talk: Kunstforum and Exhibition Movement in Time and Space by Béatrice de Fays at Hamburg Hall in the fourth week of August. There was a very Site Specific Installation followed by an enriching Art Talk and Exhibition by Franco-Belgian artist Béatrice de Fays, winner of Villa Médicis Hors les Murs award. The exhibition was between a concrete reality of the world and an intangible poetic universe, Béatrice de Fays organised pieces of images in a movement of continuous transformation. Layer by layer, sequence after sequence, and fragments of stories are covering and erasing them.

The talk enlightened the viewers to get a glimpse of the pictorial expression that is impregnated with the viewers’ actions and reactions; they leave their print on both spatial and temporal environments, which in return leave its mark on them.

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