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Old Cottonians Golf Tournament at Naldehra / 2015

Those present [alphabetically]:
Dinesh Sud / Ishwar Dev Bhandari / Narinder Chauhan / Prithvi Raj Singh / Pritinder Singh / Tej Partap Phoolka / Yatish Sud.

TWO Old Cottonians Sandeep Mansukhani and A P S Buwal in the 4th Mughal Road car rally

Amanpreet Ahluwalia  and Sandeep Mansukhani

Amanpreet Ahluwalia and Sandeep Mansukhani

Old Cottonian Sandeep Mansukhani says:

The 4th Mughal Rally 2013, was organised by Himalayan Motorsports on the tough terrain of Pir Panjal range and Sinthan pass in Jammu and Kashmir.
We came in  2nd
Overall and 1st in our Class Category. We did it in maritime Zen modified. I was navigating Amanpreet [Ahluwalia].

 

A P S Buwal  and  Nakul Mendiratta.

A P S Buwal and Nakul Mendiratta

And: Old Cottonian A P S Buwal came 4th Overall and 3rd in Class, he was Navigated by Nakul Mendiratta.

CONGRATULATIONS to ALL!

 

 

 

Here are some excerpts from various news articles / papers as well:

1045239_10151524418147106_1287014317_nThe 4th Mughal Rally, which concluded June 30th 2013  had 120 rallyists from all over the country who participated in the two-day event.

Amanpreet Ahluwalia of Team Terrain Tigers, Delhi, with navigator Sandeep Mansukhani drove a Maruti Zen for the event.  

The 4th Mughal Rally traversed the difficult, less-traveled stretches of Jammu & Kashmir including the Gool Gulabgarh-Reasi-Ramban stretch and the difficult hill climb from Daksum to Sinthan Pass. India’s first competitive hill climb event was made even more challenging by adverse weather conditions both days. Day One was marked by landslide and rockfall on the competitive stretch near Pir Ki Gali, the highest point on The Mughal Road. On Day Two, rallyists had to put up with terrible rain and storm for almost four hours in the competitive stretches.

The two hill climbs in The Mughal Rally this year were the competitive stretches up to Pir Ki Gali and Sinthan Pass. Pir Ki Gali is the highest point on The Mughal Road, at an altitude of 11,500 feet (4,100 meters) approximately. Sinthan Pass, at an altitude of 12,450 feet (3,748 meters) approximately, is on national highway 1B, connecting Kishtwar and Anantnag. Even during the height of summer, the hill climb to Sinthan Pass is lined with walls of snow. The pass only opens for traffic from April to September.

CONGRATULATIONS!

 

Sanawar Invitational Golf 2011 – updated rules and directions

Dear OCs,
Kindly go through all details from H. S. Gill below.
Any doubts we can clear in our meeting today at 4 pm at Delhi Golf Club.

Best regards
Chetan Singh

Gents,
Tournament Rules sheet is appended below. Also the Draws, with a few minor changes.
Also, you might like to pass on directions to CGR on the alternate route to all your team members. I took this route yesterday and though longer by some 14 km, in my opinion, it is worth the detour. This alternate road also has some bad patches but is much better than the regular road to Classic, which as you know is in very bad condition. It took me 1 hour to reach Classic from Gurgaon, having left at 6:00 am. You can expect to take longer once the morning traffic builds up.  Continue reading