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Indian schools in Qatar yesterday marked 73rd Independence Day of India with traditional gaiety and fervor.

MES Indian School

MES Indian School celebrated the Independent Day  at the K.G hall of the school, which was tastefully decorated with colorful festoons and balloons.

P K Mohamed, M E SGoverning Board, unfurled the Indian national flag, followed by rendering of the national anthem by the school choir.

The school choir, comprising boys and girls, rendered a special patriotic song depicting the glory of the national movement.

P K Mohamed, in his message highlighted the important of the day, country’s strength – “Unity in Diversity” and urged the students to remember the sacrifices of the patriots and martyrs, who laid down their lives in the freedom struggle. He exhorted the younger generation to follow the ideals taught and lived by the freedom fighters and also advised the children to work towards liberating India from the clutches of social evils like poverty, corruption and illiteracy. He also reminded the students of their responsibility to ensure the unity and integrity of the nation.

Amongst those present on the occasion were AT Usman, Secretary, IES Educational Society and MES Governing Body Member; Khaleel A P, Ashraf Sharafudheen, Directors; K P Subair, MES Governing Body Member; Jahfar Niyas Para, Incharge of Principal Office, school officials, parents, students and staff.

A number of programs were organized. Dance performance by Stuti and Pooja Ramachandran followed by patriotic song by Master Fredrik and team. Master Pareekshith Rajesh compered the programme. Tahmina, welcomed the gathering and the function came to an end by proposing the vote of thanks by Sara Thakur.

The officials and students of  Birla Public School during India’s Independent Day celebrations held in their respective premises, yesterday.

Birla Public School

With great patriotic fervour, the 73rd Independence Day of India was celebrated in Birla Public School, Doha yesterday.

Lukose K Chacko Chairman hoisted the national flag, which was followed by the rendition of National Anthem by the school choir. Gope Shahani, Vice-Chairman; Rajesh Pillai, Vice-Principal (Co-Scholastic); Bhavna Sonkamble, Vice-Principal (CBQED); Joseph K, Administrative Manager; staff members, parents and students were present on the occasion.

Lukose K Chacko, in his Independence Day message emphasized on the development of India after independence. He praised India’s moon mission ‘Chandrayaan II’.

He stressed the importance of literacy programs in the development of India. He reminded the students that the honest feeling and true love for the country and countrymen can be displayed through passionate work for the country’s development. Celebrations came to an end with patriotic songs and dance performance by the students.

The officials and students of MES Indian School during India’s Independent Day celebrations held in their respective premises, yesterday.


Gaiety and patriotic fervor marked the 73rd Independence Day of India at DPS-Modern Indian School yesterday.

The Chief Guest Dr. R. Seetharaman, CEO, Doha Bank unfurled the Tricolor of India in the presence of DPS-MIS Executive Committee members, dignitaries, students, staff and parents, and all in unison, infused with the spirit of pride and patriotism, sang the national anthem.

Addressing the gathering, the Chief Guest, Dr. R. Seetharaman, CEO, Doha Bank, shared his views on the esteemed position of India in the global scenario, thus highlighting the multifarious growth of the country in several salient areas of development.

President of DPS-MIS, Hassan Chougule, reinforced the message of national unity and reiterated the pledge of dedication towards the nation. He emphasized on the importance of education to eradicate all evils of the society.

The patriotic song presented by the school choir and the speeches by the students evoked the feeling of nationalism in every one present. The programme concluded with a pledge to preserve the integrity and sovereignty of the nation and promote world peace.

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