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Invitation – Launch of Uncommon Ground – India International Centre, New Delhi

Uncommon Ground | Oct 20, 2011

Penguin Books India cordially invites you to the launch of Uncommon Ground – Dialogues between Business and Social leaders – by Rohini Nilekani, on Thursday 20 October 2011 at 7.00 p.m. at Seminar Halls 2 & 3, First Floor, New Extension Building, India International Centre, 10 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi.
The author will be in conversation with Gautarn Thapar, Chairman & CEO, Avantlia Group and Nikhil Dey Well-known social activist.

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