IFG NorthEast Meet at Shillong

Past and future planned - events/ outings/ training sessions/ offline meets/ camps/ matches etc.
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Post by dev » Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:59 pm

Khublai old friend. Will get in touch if I swing by.


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Post by mundaire » Tue Nov 11, 2008 11:56 pm

Haven't been online much for a a couple of weeks and seemed to have missed this thread completely. Nice write up Jonah & CC, looks like you guys had yourselves a good time :)

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Post by hamiclar01 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 12:02 am

hmmm, the veil is lifted. the burqas are down. so this is what you chaps look like. it'll be easier to see a face behind a word now. specially swear words!!!
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Post by Mo » Wed Nov 12, 2008 7:40 am

Nice write-up! The place looks beautiful!!

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Re: IFG NorthEast Meet at Shillong

Post by Zenbon » Fri Nov 14, 2008 12:57 pm

Good read!
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Re: IFG NorthEast Meet at Shillong

Post by orieng » Fri Jan 30, 2009 7:09 pm

Next time you plan to have a North East Meet please let me know. I will also join you

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Post by veejosh » Fri Jan 30, 2009 8:37 pm

Could I be included too !

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Post by nagarifle » Sat Jan 31, 2009 7:43 am

hi Vikas
its your turn to arrange the meeting this year in your neck of the woods. around oct/nov seems to be good time.

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Post by veejosh » Sat Jan 31, 2009 1:47 pm

March or else Oct / Nov is a very good time although if I dont have a Kolkata HQ visitor any time is fine. Do let me know when you all want it.

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Re: IFG NorthEast Meet at Shillong

Post by nagarifle » Mon Feb 09, 2009 1:09 pm

hi vikas
since no one is coming up with any dates etc, lets aim for sometime in Oct/ Nov this year. we can sort out the exact dates by july/Aug.

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Post by veejosh » Mon Feb 09, 2009 2:17 pm

I am game for it even in March- April. I shall be on a short visit to Shillong (6th to 10th Oct for a collage get together).Even otherwise, anyone on the way to Guwahati /Dimapur is welcome.

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Post by nagarifle » Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:06 pm

that sounds ok then, and what do you think of having an open meeting for anyone in the forum, if they want to come with family should be ok as they all can go to the national park etc, should be good family fun/holiday. as from what i understand the accommodation should not be much of a problem and should be for all budget type.
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Re: IFG NorthEast Meet at Shillong

Post by casual shooter » Thu Feb 12, 2009 7:21 pm

dear NE members.
please post some pictures of St edmunds school also i was a student there in std 3-5 (1969-1974) and have still some memories what a school man.
we used to live at eagle falls if i remember.
one place i wish to visit before senile atrophy sets in.
and a place to die for

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Post by nagarifle » Thu Feb 12, 2009 7:51 pm

casual shooter wrote:dear NE members.
please post some pictures of St edmunds school also i was a student there in std 3-5 (1969-1974) and have still some memories what a school man.
we used to live at eagle falls if i remember.
one place i wish to visit before senile atrophy sets in.
and a place to die for

now we have become post me a card gang :D St edmounds shillong? then its Cottage cheese backyard, at the moment he is under the weather but should be coming up for a breather soon and will point him to your direction. please send Rps 50 for the card. COD not accepted. :D

also oup is from that part as well. He almost broke down last month coming this way, childhood memory i suppose :lol:

why not save your vaction time and come to NorthEast meet in Oct/nov time that way you might get a guided tour. and bring the family as well. :)
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Re: IFG NorthEast Meet at Shillong

Post by cottage cheese » Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:49 pm

We Edmundians are as prolific as Patels :)

Nice to know you are another of the crew - Casual Shooter - a pretty senior one at that.

I'm a relatively recent product....or bi-product (However you view things)

Presently I have no photos of St.Edmunds in my folders.... and seeing older photographs are heartbreaking. The present St.Edmunds is down...really down with the residual muck. No more of the nostalgic old-world charm just a bunch of butt-ugly sarkari type RCC structures. The only surviving part of the old campus is the study hall/auditorium, dormitory(Now used as a charity school for underprivileged kids), and the brothers quarters...each being chipped away to oblivion.

All the fields have been fenced up and no garis are allowed inside the campus.

I may be dropping in there some time in the next few days...I'll photograph the desolation if i remember.

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