The Maharashtra Postal Circle of India Post will be hosting the 31st All India Postal Table Tennis Tournament 2015-16 from February 25 to February 29 on the Mumbai University's campus in south Mumbai.
A K Dash, Chief Postmaster General of Maharashtra and Goa Circle, said the tournament was being held here for the first time, and it will be inaugurated by Kamlesh Mehta, international-level table tennis player and a recipient of Arjuna Award.
142 players (including 47 women) from 16 postal circles would be participating.
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