Bhubaneswar : Kalinga Motor Sports Club organised prize giving ceremony at it’s headquarter in presence of Maharaja of Bhubaneswar and other eminent personalities of automotive genre, felicitated by the General Secretary Ramesh Chandra Mahapatra.
KMSC conducted the first Indo-Nepal Friendship Motor Rally 2015 from Puri,Orissa to Kathmandu from February 27 and concluded in Delhi on March 8 this year.
The motto of this rally was to promote culture, nature and adventure.
The rally aimed at strengthening Nepal-India people-to-people exchanges and to sustain the momentum following the historic visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Nepal last year.
This first ever Indo-Nepal Friendship Motor Rally was jointly organized by Kalinga Motor Sports Club, Bhuwaneswar and Nepal Automobile Sports Association (NASA) with the support of Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India, Ranchi Adventure Wheelers, Ranchi and Magadh Motor Sports Club, Patna, Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways of India, Ministry of External Affairs of India, Ministry of Tourism and Culture of India, Embassy of Republic of India in Kathmandu, Ministry of Youth and Sports of Nepal, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport of Nepal and Ministry of Culture and Tourism and Civil Aviation of Nepal.