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MAHARASHTRA: DYFI HOLDS ENTHUSIASTIC TENTH STATE CONFERENCE

02 November 2015
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THE 10th Maharashtra state conference of the DYFI held in Aurangabad City – the centre of the Marathwada region –  on October 9-11, 2015, resolved to rapidly expand the youth movement and organisation to meet the challenges posed by the murderous rightwing offensive. In connection with the conference, a massive youth rally and public meeting were organised on October 9 evening. Hundreds of DYFI activists from Aurangabad and nearby districts participated in the colourful rally. The rally also marked the culmination of two statewide Yuva Sangharsh Jathas led by the DYFI which converged in Aurangabad after touring 16 districts in six days. The venue of the public meeting, Sant Eknath Rang Mandir, was literally overflowing with people.

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DYFI Rajasthan Holds 13th State Conference

05 August 2014
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THE 13th State Conference of the Rajasthan state DYFI was held at Gharshana, Sri Ganga Nagar from August 3-5, 2014. The conference was attended by 110 delegates representing 77,146 members in the state.

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Tripura DYFI Holds State Conference

11 February 2014
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The conference was held at Melaghar in Sonamura subdivision under Sepahijala district on February 9-11, 2014. The venue was named after renowned social worker and martyr Dabholkar of Maharashtra and the conference dais after legendary singer Manna Dey who recently expired. The conference commenced in the afternoon on February 9, with flag hoisting and homage at the martyrs column in presence of the leaders, delegates and local residents.

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Himachal DYFI Holds Ninth Conference

22 December 2013
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THE ninth state conference of the Himachal Pradesh unit of DYFI, held on 21st and 22nd December 2013 at Nahan, was attended by 66 delegates and observers, including 10 young women, representing a membership of 19,560.

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