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A man without a hobby is not a man at all.  Ham radio is not just a medium of communication, it is a  great  hobbyhorse to ride providing a lot of  knowledge, entertainment and securing friends all over the World.  As amateur radio operater  we have proved that Ham is truely international, a reliable friend when difficulties are faced anywhere in the World.  The Government and the people need to utilise  much more the human resources in Ham  in major calamities like Tsunsmi, floods etc. 
Our roadmap is to have 1,00,000 Hams in India by 2010 in the place of 23,000 Hams right now.  Our aim is to have at least one Ham in each village.  We shall be able to help our civil authorities in informing the urgent needs immeadiately at the time of calamities. Let us sit together and think as to what we can do.  To be usefull to others is a noble virtue.  Come, let us do something noble and useful to our brothers and sisters !
73  VU2KGN (President, QARL)  
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Posted by : VU2SYT
Date : 3/3/2014
HAMFAIR,2014 & 18th Kerala VHF Fox Hunt
In connection with the World Amateur Radio Day Celebrations, Ham Fair, 2014 will be conducted on 13th April, 2014. Venue:- Lake Land Garden, Near St. Kasmir Church, Kadavur (North end of Thevally bridge), Kollam. Online registration facility will be available in this web site shortly. QARL 18th Kerala VHF Fox Hunt will be conducted at Pathanamthitta (KSEB I.B) on 23rd March, 2014. Those who wish to participate may register in advance to the Secretary VU2RDL Mob. No.9447497359. Reg. fee for fox hunt: Rs.250/- per team of two persons. Rs.100/- for each additional member. All are welcome.
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