Ordnance Club in Calcutta, located on the Commissariat Road, near to the beautiful Prinsep Ghat and the Fort William, is a historic Regimental Institution of the Army.
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The Gun and Shell Factory, Cossipore, considered as the mother unit of Indian Ordnance Factories, started its journey when the hallowed land adjacent to the Chitteshwari temple at Cossipore
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Located at 19/1 Gurusaday Road, in Ballygunge area, the Calcutta Cricket and Football Club, popularly known as CC & FC, is a cricket and football club.
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Considered as the oldest rowing club outside the UK, the Calcutta Rowing Club was founded by a few spirited oarsmen, along the bank of River Hooghly in 1858.
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The Calcutta South Club, situated on Woodburn Park Road was founded without a name in June 1920 with the handsome amount of Rs.35 collected from five members.
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Popularly known as ‘Royal’, the Royal Calcutta Golf Club, located on 18, Golf Club Road, in Tollygunge, is the oldest golf club in India and the oldest outside the UK.
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The oldest racket clubs in the world and the first of its kind in the India, the Calcutta Racket Club was founded by the British East India Company in 1793.
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Located on Strand Road near Babughat in Calcutta, the Calcutta Swimming Club was founded in 1887 under the name Calcutta Swimming Bath by a group of European merchants.
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The Saturday Club, one of the oldest clubs of the city of Calcutta, was founded in British India by the officers of the Calcutta Light Horse Regiment in 1875.
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Located on AJC Bose Road, the Calcutta Club was founded as a protest against the discriminating ‘only for whites’ policy of the Bengal Club.
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The history of The Bengal Club dates back to 1827, when it was set up by a group of East India Company officials, as the Bengal United Service Club.
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Located at 120 Deshpran Sasmal Road, the Tollygunge Club was established by a Scottish banker Sir William Cruikshank in the year 1895. Sir Cruikshank, a keen sportsman.