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Leonard Kuruppu

Posted 21st Oct 2014

BP’s Last message Lord Baden Powell prepared a farewell m...

BP’s Last message Lord Baden Powell prepared a farewell message to his Scouts, for publication after his death. The message is undated but probably was written before 1929 because it was signed "Robert Baden-Powell" instead of "Baden-Powell of Gilwell". Translate

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Rakesh Kumar Mandal

Posted 21st Oct 2014

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Anti fire crackers campaign, at Asansol.

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mr.ranjitkumardas

Posted 21st Oct 2014

CAMP FIRE EVENT DURING ROVER RANGER MOOT AT DIST. LEVEL CAMP...

CAMP FIRE EVENT DURING ROVER RANGER MOOT AT DIST. LEVEL CAMP, NAGAON, ASSAM (INDIA) OF BHARAT SCOUTS & GUIDES. Translate

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mr.ranjitkumardas

Posted 21st Oct 2014

HEARTY WELCOME TO OUR RESPECTED HONOURABLE NATIONAL COMMISSI...

HEARTY WELCOME TO OUR RESPECTED HONOURABLE NATIONAL COMMISSIONER MR. B.I.NAGARALE, IAS(Retd.) OF BHARAT SCOUTS & GUIDES, NEW DELHI ON 28-09-2014 AT STATE HEAD QUARTER OF BHARART SCOUTS AND GUIDES, INDIA, ASSAM'S STATE OF CITY GUWAHATI, Translate

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mr.ranjitkumardas

Posted 21st Oct 2014

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Umit Savas Baran (137)

Posted 21st Oct 2014

our cubs and brownies returned Fron JOTA JO:TI camp Translate

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Umit Savas Baran (137)

I was away from our scouts and played camping ,in his tent. She is a terrible-2 I am with her big mouse Translate

mr.ranjitkumardas

Posted 21st Oct 2014

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AJAY THOMAS

Posted 21st Oct 2014

The official website of Bharat Scouts & Guides Kuttanadu District Association

We proudly published our official website named as

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claudiacintyaya

Posted 21st Oct 2014

We don't care about difference. And never be arrogant, altho...

We don't care about difference. And never be arrogant, although didn't know each other. And we called it "SCOUTING" . Always care, and create a better friendship. Greetings Scout ! :) Translate

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Yogesh Sharma

Posted 21st Oct 2014

Flag day cleberation....

Flag day celeberation was held at our district on 7th november 2013.5 groups were made and they w

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claudiacintyaya

Posted 21st Oct 2014

Greetings Scout! :) Translate

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