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Army signs MoU with Punit Balan's Indrani Balan foundation for financial sustainability of goodwill schools of Kashmir

DNA Friday, 19 February 2021
This initiative of tIndrani Balan Foundation will be a great example for other corporates to come forward & contribute to building prosperous Kashmir.
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News video: Chinar Corps joins hands with Indrani Balan Foundation for financial sustainability of Army Goodwill Schools

Chinar Corps joins hands with Indrani Balan Foundation for financial sustainability of Army Goodwill Schools 02:56

To provide better education facilities to the youth of Kashmir, Indian Army's Chinar Corps has entered into a MoU with Indrani Balan Foundation. Through this MoU, Army will get financial sustainability of Army Goodwill Schools and Parivar School Society. The event was presided over by Lieutenant...

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