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Friday, November 15, 2013

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Friday, October 4, 2013


"Mahisasuramardini"  is a widely popular early radio programme that has been broadcast since 1932 on All India Radio (AIR.) It is a one and half-hour audio montage of Chandipath (chanting from Chandi) recitation by Late Birendra Krishna Bhadra from the scriptural verses of Sri Sri Chandi, wonderful Bengali devotional songs, classical music and a dash of acoustic melodrama. The program has also been translated into Hindi set to similar orchestration and is broadcast at the same time for a pan-Indian audience. This programme, which began in 1932, is aired every year at day-break on Mahalaya on different regional Shortwave and Medium Wave station of All India Radio or Akashvani.  The programme, which started off as a live-performance has been broadcast in its pre-recorded format since the late nineteen-sixties. However, its great popularity remains undiminished even till today and now it is being aired by AIR's FM networks as well as by many private FM channels in India, specially in Eastern India. 

Here are my monitoring observation for this year's Mahalaya special early morning program "Mahisashuramardini" transmitted by AIR regional SW and MW stations between 2225 to 0015 UTC (my monitoring time between 2225 to 2330 UTC) of 3rd October and 4th October (IST 0355 AM onwards of 4th October). My QTH geographical location Latitude: 26° 45' 0 N, Longitude: 94° 13' 0, Jorhat in Assam and I have used my JRC NRD-91 receiver and a 20 mt. long wire external antenna for these observation. 


AIR LUCKNOW- 4880 kHz- Fair reception

                     AIR Gangtok-   4835 kHz- Good to Fair reception

                           AIR Bhopal-  4810 kHz- Good Reception 

                           AIR Kurseong- 4895 kHz- Good Reception 


AIR Jaipur- 4910 kHz- Fair reception. While AIR Kolkata (4820 kHz) was overtaken by CNR and AIR Guwahati (4920 kHz) was missing on SW.   

Stations heard with Mahalaya broadcast on MEDIUM WAVE:- 

594 kHz- Chinsurah 

657 kHz- Kolkata-A

711 kHz- Siliguri 

747 kHz- Lucknow-A

801 kHz- Jabalpur-B

828 kHz- Silchar-B

954 kHz- Najimabad

1269 kHz- Agartala 

Some other MW station I heard playing Mahisashuramardini this morning were 972 kHz- Cuttack- A, 981 kHz- Raipur, 1026 kHz- Allahabad-A, 1242 kHz- Varanashi, 756 kHz- Jagdalpur, 729 kHz- Guwahati-A (poor reception of Guwahati) and 810 kHz- Rajkot-A. 

Tuesday, September 24, 2013


Two historic ephemeris of great trascencency for Cuba, coincide in 2013: on January 28th, the 160th anniversary of José Martí’s birth and, on July 26th, 60 years of the assault to the Moncada Barracks. 


Every participant will receive postal issues related to the National Hero of Cuba and the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution.

The best essays will be published on RHC webpage ( and shall be read in the philatelic program. Contest deadline is December 31st, 2013. 

Send your entries by postal mail to RADIO HABANA CUBA, APARTADO 6240, LA HABANA- CUBA, OR email your essay to <>. 

Monday, September 16, 2013

Wavescan Annual DX Contest 2013- Results Announced

AWR DX program “Wavescan” take pleasure today in announcing the list of winners for the big 2013 Annual DX Contest, “Focus on Africa”. This contest took place during the month of July, and all entries were received at the Indianapolis address by the end of August. 

We are grateful again for the large number of entries received this year from so many countries around the world, and we appreciate the time consuming effort that so many listeners exerted in preparing their excellent entries. We note that many entries were from new participants this year, and we are grateful to those also who have entered on previous occasions during the past 37 years of contesting. From a long list of entries, we have chosen the following listeners to whom awards will be sent.

Here are the 2013 Continental Winners, each of whom will receive a copy of the 2014 edition of the “World Radio TV Handbook” early in the New Year:-

* Asia- Muhammad Shamim, Trivandrum, India
* Europe- Harald Denzel Egelsbach, Germany
* North America- Edward Insinger Summit NJ USA
* Latin America- Jose Roberto da Silva Cunha Governador Valaderas Brazil
* Pacific- Bruce White Karoonda SA Australia

Among the many outstanding entries in this year’s contest, neat colorful and nicely prepared, we have chosen the following to receive the Award of Merit:-

* Jonathan Short, Changshu, China
* Jose Jacob, Hyderabad, India (Has also entered every contest)
* Leonardo Santiago Puebloe Llano, Venezuela
* Vijaya Krishna Bhat, Puttur, India
* Thomas Drescher, Rosrath, Germany
* Claes Olsson, Norrkoping, Sweden
* Christian Ghibaudo, Nice, France

And now, the name of the World Winner in the big 2013 AWR Annual “Wavescan” DX Contest, “Focus on Africa”. This year’s winner also presented his entry in a neat colorful book style folder with several pages in full color. He will receive a book of his choice, one of the authoritative volumes on shortwave history written by the noted radio historian Jerome Berg of suburban Boston in the United States.

The World Winner for 2013 is:- Tony Ashar, Depok, Indonesia.

Once again, we acknowledge with appreciation the many entries in this year’s “Focus on Africa” DX Contest. Thank you for participating, and we trust that you enjoyed participating as much as we did in perusing all of the interesting entries. All entries will be acknowledged through the post, and all reception reports will be verified, though it will take time, perhaps well into the New Year, to process them all.

We invite you to enter our 2014 DX Contest, which will feature “Focus on Asia”, similar to this year’s “Focus on Africa”, though there will be an additional new innovation. The 2014 contest will be staged during the month of September, due to the fact that shortwave propagation conditions during this year’s contest in July were not so favourable.

(Curtsy:- NWS238 Sun Sep 15, 2013 via Dr. Adrian M Peterson)

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

RFA Announces 17th Anniversary Commemorative QSL!

Radio Free Asia (RFA) announces the release of their 17th anniversary QSL card.  RFA’s first broadcast was in Mandarin on September 29, 1996, 2100-2200 UTC. Acting as a substitute for indigenous free media, RFA concentrates its coverage on events occurring in and/or affecting the countries where we broadcast; they are:  Burma, Cambodia, Laos, North Korea, Peoples Republic of China, and Vietnam. RFA does not express editorial opinions but provides news, analysis, commentary, and cultural programming. A combination of U.S. government-operated transmitters and a variety of shortwave leased facilities support RFA. This card will be used for all valid reception reports from September 1 – December 31, 2013.

RFA encourages listeners to submit reception reports.  Reception reports are valuable to RFA as they help us evaluate the signal strength and quality of our transmissions. RFA confirms all accurate reception reports by mailing a QSL card to the listener.  RFA welcomes all reception report submissions at (follow the QSL REPORTS link) not only from DX’ers, but also from its general listening audience.  If you have a smart phone, feel free to use the QR code below to access the automated reception report system and submit your reception reports to the web site.

You also have the option of using the following Microsoft Tag from your smartphone. The free mobile app for your smartphone is available at

Reception reports are also accepted by email at, and for anyone without Internet access, reception reports can be mailed to:

Reception Reports
Radio Free Asia
2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300
Washington DC 20036
United States of America

Upon your request, RFA will also send a copy of the current broadcast schedule and a station sticker.

Thursday, August 15, 2013


As India today celebrated 67th Independence day and its a national holiday today, so I got the opportunity to spend some time with my radios and log these stations today at my QTH located in Jorhat in the Assam state of India. Geographical location Latitude: 26° 45' 0 N, Longitude: 94° 13' 0 E, receivers used JRC NRD-91 and Sangean ATS-909 and antenna used 20 mt. long multidirectional antenna and Kestral W31MS active loop antenna.  

Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation transmitting from Trincomalee in Hindi received on 11905 kHz around 0205 UTC with great signal today. Here is a video:- 

Bangladesh Betar Home Service transmitting from Shavar in Bengali received on 4750 kHz around 0145 UTC with clear reception. Watch the video:

Vatican Radio in Indian languages was also coming with nice signal on 15460 kHz around 0220 UTC. Here is a video:-

KTWR from Guam in English also received with fair signal on 15200 kHz around 0920 UTC. Here is a video:-

Radio Mashal from Kuwait in Poshto received on 15740 kHz around 0926 UTC with fine reception. Here is a video:-

Radio Pakistan from Islamabad in Urdu received on 15725 kHz with not much satisfactory reception though around 0925 UTC. 

Voice of Russia in English was booming on 21820 kHz around 0930 UTC. VOR was also coming great on 21800 kHz at this same time. Watch the video:- 

T8WH- World Harvest Radio from Palau in English was monitored with good reception on 9930 kHz around 0932 UTC. 

But Voice of Mongolia English transmission was not heard today at 0900 UTC on 12085 kHz. Please see the video. 

Hope these logging details will be of some use to my fellow DXers around the world. 



India's 67th I-Day Celebration- Some AIR Monitoring Observation

Today India is celebrating 67th Independence Day and on this auspicious occasion All India Radio and all its regional stations on shortwave, medium wave and FM has broadcast live coverage of Flag Hosting and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's address to the nation from Red Fort, New Delhi. Here are some monitoring observation of AIR stations on SW and MW from my QTH at Jorhat in the North Eastern state of Assam. 

AIR Kohima, which was off air for past several weeks, monitored active during I-Day celebration. After yesterday's coverage of President's message to the nation between 1330-1400 UTC, today AIR Kohima was received with strong signal and clear audio on 4850 kHz from my monitoring time 0130 UTC. AIR Kohima also heard on MW 639 kHz, with not so strong reception though.  Here are two videos. 

AIR Aizawl, again a North East Indian station, was also active with live I-Day coverage on 5050 kHz at 0145 UTC. 

AIR Shillong, on 4971 kHz (instead on actual 4970 kHz) was inactive yesterday during President's message coverage. But today this station was also heard with good signal at 0140 UTC on 4971 kHz with running commentary from Red Fort. 

AIR Itanagar, though off air on SW 4990 kHz, but today heard them on MW 675 kHz with I-Day coverage. Here is a video. 

Another AIR regional station from NE India, like AIR Guwahati was heard on 7420 kHz but nothing was on 4940 kHz which has been reported off air for some time now. AIR Imphal (on 7335 kHz and 4775 kHz) is still off air and nothing heard on occasion of Independence day. AIR Gangtok from Sikkim was heard on 4835 kHz but the reception was not that satisfactory here in my QTH. Here is a quick reception summary of other AIR stations I have monitored this morning during I-Day celebration coverage from Red Fort.

7225 kHz- ?- SINPO- 33333
11985 kHz- Delhi- SINPO 45444 
15050 kHz- Delhi- SINPO 55555
6030 kHz- Delhi- Not heard
6155 kHz- Aligarh- Not Heard
9595 kHz- Delhi- SINPO 55444
11620 kHz- B'luru- SINPO 35333
7430 kHz- Bhopal- Not Heard
7380 kHz- Chennai- SINPO 35333
7420 kHz- Hyderabad- Not Heard
7210 kHz- Kolkata- SINPO 35222
7390 kHz- Port Blair- Not Heard
6020 kHz- Shimla- Fainted 
4880 kHz- Lucknow- SINPO 25222
4895 kHz- Kurseong- SINPO 35333 
4950 kHz- Srinagar- Not Heard 

And last but not the least AIR Dibrugarh from Assam was also heard on MW 567 kHz with clear reception relaying I-Day coverage from Delhi station. 

For all these above monitoring I have used my JRC NRD-91 receiver and a 20 mt. long multi directional long wire antenna and these observations were made between 0130 to 0225 UTC. 

With my hearty Independence Day wishes to all my fellow Indians. 


Wednesday, August 14, 2013

AIR Monitoring Observation:- President's Message to the Nation

Here are some important monitoring observation of AIR stations on SW relaying President's message on 14th August 2013, the eve of 67th Independence day of India between 1330-1400 UTC here in my QTH at Jorhat, Assam. 

4660 Leh:- Fainted reception. 
4775 Imphal:- Off the air.
4810 Hyderabad: SINPO 35323
4830 Jammu:- off the air.
4835 Gangtok:- SINPO 25222
4840 Mumbai:- SINPO 25222
4850 Kohima:- SINPO 45333
4880 Lucknow:- SINPO 35333
4895 Kurseong:- SINPO 45444
4910 Jaipur:- SINPO 35333
4920 Chennai:- SINPO 35433
4940 Guwahati: off the air. 
4960 Ranchi:- off the air. 
4970 Shillong:- Only hum noise heard.
4990 Itanagar:- off the air. 
5010 Trivandram:- Fainted
5040 Jeypore:- SINPO 25222
5050 Aizawl:- SINPO 34333
6030 Delhi:- SINPO 32322
9425 Delhi:- SINPO 55444
9870 B'lore:- SINPO 54544

Also on mediumwave heard President's message on 567 kHz (Dibrugarh), 621 kHz (Patna), 675 kHz (Itanagar), 711 kHz (Siliguri) and 828 kHz (Silchar). 

Here is a recording of first 10 mins of President's message to the nation.


All India Radio Kohima from Nagaland state in the North Eastern region of India, which was off the air for past few weeks, as monitored by DXers around the world, is back today on 4850 kHz as I monitored this station between 1330-1400 UTC relaying President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee's address to the nation on the eve of India's 67th Independence day. The reception condition was also satisfactory. 

Here is a video of AIR Kohima with President's message translated in Hindi. 

Sunday, August 11, 2013

My Recent Monitoring of AIR Stations from NE India

In past few days I have read many monitoring observation posts from Ron Howard from California, USA and Gautam Kumar Sharma of Abhayapuri, Assam regarding AIR Shillong, AIR Aizawl and other AIR regional stations who are currently broadcasting on shortwave. These postings in yahoo DX lists increased my curiosity for these station's recent status and during past few days I have been regularly monitoring these stations. As far as  AIR Shillong and AIR Aizawl is concerned, I have monitored these two station in past few days and yes, found that AIR Shillong is now can be better heard on 4971 kHz rather than 4970 kHz. Please find below two links for AIR Shillong video as received here in my QTH at Jorhat in Assam, in the morning hours. 

And AIR Aizawl, although not very strong, but can be heard now in morning as well as evening hours on 5050 kHz. During evening hours though I observed some interference from CNR. Here are two videos. 

I have also tried other AIR stations in NE, viz AIR Imphal on 4775 kHz, AIR Gangtok on 4835 kHz, AIR Kohima on 4850 kHz, AIR Kurseong on 4895 kHz, AIR Guwahati on 4940 kHz and AIR Itanagar on 4990 kHz on 9th August morning between 0300-0400 UTC, but could not heard any of them except AIR Kurseong on 4895 kHz. This prove that other AIR stations are off the air these days as already informed by Ron Howard and Gautam Sharma. Here is a video of this AIR station search. 

For all these observations I have used JRC NRD-91 receiver and a 20 mt. long dipole antenna. Hope these will be useful information for all of you as AIR will be broadcasting LIVE commentary of  India's 67th Independence Day celebration from Red Fort, New Delhi on 15th August and these AIR stations are suppose to relay this program on their respective frequencies between 0135-0240 UTC. Please monitor and if received any you can send your Reception Reports to :


Director ( Spectrum Management & Synergy)
All India Radio,
Room No. 204
Akashvani Bhawan,
Parliament Street
New Delhi110001, India

So, until next time good bye and 73's.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

  “KBS World Radio and I”
In celebration of KBS World Radio’s 60th anniversary, we have prepared a special online event for our listeners worldwide. Simply send us a picture centered on the theme of “KBS World Radio and I”, and we will select 60 lucky winners who will receive a prize. Additionally, the selected photos will be used on the QSL card for the 4th quarter of 2013, allowing you to leave your mark within the history of KBS World Radio.

Send us a “creative” photo depicting you and an object related to your memories with KBS World Radio. The object can be anything, ranging from a shortwave radio, prizes from past contests, letters, or QSL cards; it can even be people such as your family or friends.

Please send us the highest possible quality/ resolution of your picture (minimum requirement: 640x480 pixels, over 72 dpi)
The selected pictures may be featured on our 60th anniversary special website, and/or used on the cover of the QSL card for the 4th quarter of 2013 without additional consent.

* What is a QSL card?
A QSL card is an official verification card provided by a broadcaster to shortwave listeners who listen to and send in a reception report on programs aired by the broadcaster concerned.

June 3rd - July 5th, 2013

To be posted on the 60th Anniversary special website on August 1st, 2013.

Please send the following to
An attachment file of your photo
Your name in English
Your e-mail address
Your mailing address
A brief explanation of your photo

* In case e-mail is not available, please send your content to the following address via mail:

60th Anniversary Event Team
KBS World Radio
#18, Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea
Zip Code: 150-790

Please note:
- All submissions must be the entrant’s own original work; photographs hindered by copyright issues will not be considered.
- Submitted personal information will be used for the purpose of this event only and will be discarded when the event is over. 

(Via: KBS World Radio English Service)

Saturday, April 27, 2013


Radio Free Asia (RFA) announces the release of the second QSL card in the series highlighting the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) transmitter sites used for RFA programming. RFA programs are broadcasts from the following IBB sites: Biblis, Iranawilla, Kuwait, Lampertheim, Saipan and Tinian. The 7.4 acre Saipan site has three curtain antennas with main beam bore sights of 195, 270 and 340 degrees. These antennas can be electronically slewed horizontally. IBB Saipan is equipped with 3 high-power shortwave transmitters that carry RFA’s programming to China, Korea, Southeast Asia, and Tibet. This is RFA’s 50th QSL overall and will be used to confirm all valid RFA reception reports from May 1-August 31, 2013.

RFA is a private, nonprofit corporation broadcasting news and information to listeners in Asian countries where full, accurate, and timely news reports are unavailable. Created by Congress in 1994 and incorporated in 1996, RFA currently broadcasts in Burmese, Cantonese, Khmer, Korean to North Korea, Lao, Mandarin, the Wu dialect, Vietnamese, Tibetan (Uke, Amdo, and Kham), and Uyghur. RFA strives for accuracy, balance, and fairness in its editorial content. As a ‘surrogate’ broadcaster, RFA provides news and commentary specific to each of its target countries, acting as the free press these countries lack. RFA broadcasts only in local languages and dialects, and most of its broadcasts comprise news of specific local interest. More information about Radio Free Asia, including our current broadcast frequency schedule, is available at

RFA encourages listeners to submit reception reports. Reception reports are valuable to RFA as they help us evaluate the signal strength and quality of our transmissions. RFA confirms all accurate reception reports by mailing a QSL card to the listener. RFA welcomes all reception report submissions at (follow the QSL REPORTS link) not only from DX’ers, but also from its general listening audience. If you have a smart phone, feel free to use the QR code below to access the automated reception report system and submit your reception reports to the web site.

You also have the option of using the following Microsoft Tag from your smartphone. The free mobile app for your smartphone is available at

Reception reports are also accepted by email at qsl<at>, and for anyone without Internet access, reception reports can be mailed to:

Reception Reports
Radio Free Asia
2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300
Washington DC 20036
United States of America.

Upon request, RFA will also send a copy of the current broadcast schedule and a station sticker.

Via: AJ Janitschek (Radio Free Asia)

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Visit to Radio Brahmaputra- a Community Radio Station with Many Dreams

Writer at BCRS
13 February, UNESCO encourages all countries to celebrate this day as World Radio Day — a day to celebrate radio as a medium; to improve international cooperation between broadcasters; and to encourage major networks and community radio alike to promote access to information and freedom of expression over the airwaves. As a radio hobbyist I marked this special day by visiting and spending few moments with few enthusiastic and dedicated community radio workers at the Radio Brahmaputra- the first non-commercial radio station in North-Eastern Region, set up in 2010 near the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra in Dibrugarh district of upper Assam.

As radio continues to evolve in the digital age, it remains the medium that reaches the widest audience worldwide. This multi-purpose medium can help people, including youth, to engage in discussions on topics that affect them. It can save lives during natural or human-made disasters; and it provides journalists with a platform to report facts and tell their stories. With such and many more dreams and aim a community radio station under the banner of Brahmaputra Community Radio Station (BCRS) was set up in 2010 by the Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (C-NES) in collaboration with UNICEF. Radio Brahmaputra was scheduled to start broadcasting in 2012, but till today they are awaiting a formal frequency allotment by the government. But they are now well prepared to broadcast in five different languages and dialects with the direct involvement of local communities. These languages are Assamese, Chadri (tea garden dialect), Bodo, Mishing and Bhojpuri (dialect of migrant community from Bihar & Uttar Pradesh). Radio Brahmaputra is dedicated to serve the people within coverage of 10-15 KM radius to disseminate information on social, 
cultural and political issues as well as foster local cultures and talents. Presently a team of 19 dedicated youths are involved in this project with huge prospects of quality radio broadcasts and most of them are recruited from these five communities living in station's target area and a network of 150 volunteers spread across islands, tea gardens and urban areas are also associated with this station. Presently they are producing programs on health issues, agricultural topics, community based programs on education issues, radio chat shows, music, information based programmes, radio drama, interviews, quiz show among school children, special programmes for women and older people, covering cultural events, folk music and public service
announcements and presently "narrow casting" among target audience in their coverage area, gathering programme feedback from the community listeners and helping them to consider it as their own media and to speak on their own issues. It is gaining acceptance not only as a media but as choupal to all, getting communities together to exchange their views, improve mutual understanding and respect.

BCRS Program Coordinator Bhaskar Jyoti Bhuyan expressed his concern on the delay in spectrum allotment (frequency allocation) to Radio Brahmaputra, but he and his entire team is hopeful that once they get the formal licence and as soon as their reach become more direct and large to their target audience they are keeping many dreams alive to serve the local community towards a new dawn of knowledge and entertainment. Radio Brahmaputra already has a website and they have Podcasts of some of their program on experimental basis, and they hope that soon they will provide the radio world with the best radio programs from the banks of Brahmaputra.

Please Visit BCRS Website:

House of Radio Brahmaputra at Maijanghat, Dibrugarh

Thursday, February 7, 2013

IDXR Heritage North East India QSL Project

INDIAN DX REPORT happy to announce launch of "IDXR Heritage North East India QSL Project" through which we are trying to showcase and promote charming North Eastern India to the world. 

If you want to see nature's real beauty, enjoy diverse cultural heritage and study rich ethnic societies, then a visit to North East India is a must. It has everything to offer you. North East India consisting of 7 states, also called 'Seven Sisters', comprising Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura and recently Sikkim is also considered as an North Eastern state, so in our project we have included Sikkim also. North East India has some real surprises for the travellers coming here. Not so much established on the travellers map, yet the North Eastern India, has its own charm that will sweep you off your feet. Come here for once and loose yourself in its charismatic magic.

Read More about NE India here:

The INDIAN DX REPORT is produced from this very land of NE India, in the state of Assam. So we have planned to issue our future QSLs on the theme of North East India, its culture, heritage, people, tourism, etc. Initially these QSLs will be available only via electronic mode (eQSL), but if in future we can get any sponsorship and support we shall also print and issue paper QSLs to our listeners on these same theme. 

To start this journey of " IDXR Heritage North East India QSL Project" we are pleased to announce our first eQSL of this series. Please have a look on the image below. This QSL is based on the colourful tribes living in Arunachal Pradesh bordering China, Tibet and Bhutan. Its a state with lots of colour, beautiful people and charming atmosphere. You can read about 

Arunachal Pradesh here: 

We shall be issuing this eQSLs for all correct reception report received by email for IDXR broadcasts via AWR and KBS between January-March 2013.


Station Program Name         Month           Date of Broadcast
KBS    Worldwide Friendship February        23rd Feb. 2013

KBS    Worldwide Friendship March            30th Mar. 2013
AWR   WAVESCAN               March            31st Mar. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship April              27th Apr. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship May               25th May 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship June              29th Jun. 2013

AWR   WAVESCAN               June              30th Jun. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship July               27th Jul. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship August           31st Aug. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship September     28th Sep. 2013

AWR   WAVESCAN               September     29th Sep. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship October         26th Oct. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship November      30th Nov. 2013
KBS    Worldwide Friendship December      28th Dec. 2013

AWR   WAVESCAN               December      29th Dec. 2013

Please listen IDXR and send us your reception reports, comments and suggestions to <>

All postal reception reports with 2 IRCs and equivalent return postage (for listeners in abroad) and Indian postal stamp worth Rs.25/- (for Indian listeners) will be awarded paper QSLs available in only old designs.

Send Your postal reception reports to:

JORHAT 785001