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Malaysia-Pune trade fair from today
Showcase Malaysia-Pune, a trade fair intended to boost trade relations between Malaysia and India, will be held in the city from 10-12 October at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The event will be inaugurated by Dato' Mah Siew Keong, chairman of MATRADE and president of MCCIA SK Jain in the presence of other dignitaries and industrialists. Keeping in view Pune's rapid development in the Industrial sector, Automotive, Business Services, Healthcare, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals, Education, Franchise, Furniture and Construction are among the sectors that would be highlighted at the event, stated a MATRADE release.
World Elders Day at Salisbury Park today
Senior Citizen's Group of Salisbury Park Pune will celebrate World Elders Day on Wednesday at Pune Adventist Hospital in Salisbury Park. On the occasion, Anjali Raje, executive director of International Longevity Centre, India, will address members and felicitate the senior most members of the group. The topic of Raje's lecture will be "Volunteerism by the Elderly". All those interested in attending the meet should contact Urmila Lal on 9403190714, Feroz Tantra 020/24263597)
Col Agnihotri wins squash championship
Colonel (retired) L K Agnihotri, a resident of Salunke Vihar, won the Asian Masters Squash Championship held recently at Lahore. Colonel Agnihotri won the title in the age group of 55 to 59 defeating Mohd Hanif Lodhi of Pakistan in the finals. The retired Army official also defeated two other Pakistani players in the quarterfinal and the semi final. The win is all the more significant as it is possibly the first squash title ever won by an Indian player in Pakistan.
NMCME meet held at Azam campus
A National Monitoring Committee for Minorities Education meet on mapping of educational requirements of minorities was held at Azam Campus on Tuesday. The meeting, chaired by chairperson of the sub committee P A Inamdar, was also attended by Amit Khare, joint secretary, HRD ministry. A press release issued by the Maharashtra Cosmopolitan Education Society said the members agreed to give urgent attention to the problem of minority education in 90 districts, which will be mapped soon.
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