First executive meeting of the advisory body of the TKS was formed.
TKS played an important role as a representative body of the Telugu community during the Gulf war.
The samithi’s members grabbed the Best Actor award in the drama competitions conducted by the Maharashtra cultural society.
TKS initiated and helped introduce Telugu as the third language taught in the Indian School, Bahrain
Organised and staged the samithi’s first public show - a Kuchipudi dance recital by Kum. Sabita, who was invited from Andhra Pradesh.
The samithi took a lead role in mobilizing relief funds for millions of people affected by a devastating cyclone in AP.
Started an annual ‘Anand Bazaar’ food festival, which has hence become quite popular among the telugu community.
Felicitated Cine writer and Jinana-pitha awardee, Judge Sri Polapragada Satyanarayanamurthy and writer Rajyalakshmi.
TKS moved into office premises, thus becoming the only telugu community club in the entire Middle East to have its own or rented premises.