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balalivysakka Vijayam, V. N. Kalyanaraman Collection of Poems. There were two magazines of Indian literature in their time. they were bala bharatham and the magazine Eenadu. They were mainly ran by .
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The 1961–62 League of Ireland was the 13th season of the League of Ireland. St Patrick’s Athletic became the first League of Ireland side to win the FAI Cup. Three League of Ireland teams—Dublin University, Longford Town, and Tolka Rovers—began the season in the 1959–60 season.
The League of Ireland operated a winter season from October to April and a summer season from May to September. The 1961–62 League of Ireland saw five teams join the league from the 1959–60 season. These five teams were Dublin University, Longford Town, Tolka Rovers, Shelbourne and St Patrick’s Athletic.
On the first matchday of the season Bohemians B were suspended and did not play any matches.
A total of eight teams contested the League of Ireland during the 1961–62 season. These teams included five teams which had participated in the 1959–60 League of Ireland season and three teams which began their League of Ireland career in the 1960–61 season.
On 19 August 1961 Bohemians B made their debut in the league. The team featured eight players who were squad members in the 1960–61 League of Ireland and would change their name to Bohemians B. They did not win any of their sixteen matches and did not score a single goal during the 1961–62 League of Ireland season. On 17 May 1962 Bohemians B played their final match against Cork Celtic.
In July 1962 Bohemians A, Lisburn Distillery, Dundalk and Limerick Celtic were merged with Bohemians A to become Bohemians. Bohemians A had previously played in the South Dublin League in the 1950s. The new Bohemians A team would play in the 1962–63 League of Ireland season.
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