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Annual Day of Bloom Public School

NEW DELHI: Apart from academic excellence, students should find ways to contribute to social causes, for it is this concern and compassion for others that will transform them into better human beings. This was stated by Delhi Lieutenant-Governor B. L. Joshi at the Annual Day of Bloom Public School here over the weekend. In his address, Mr. Joshi delved on the contemporary relevance of the Ramayana. He said the Epic belongs to the whole humanity because it was capable of serving as a code of ethics for all human beings, irrespective of caste, creed, colour and religion. On this occasion, the students staged a musical dance-drama, `Ram - Kal Aaj Aur Kal' based on the Ramayana.

Convocation

NEW DELHI: The 8th Annual Convocation of the Asia Pacific Institute of Management was held here over the weekend to award post-graduate diplomas to the passing-out batches. The diplomas were awarded to the students by the chairman of Ranbaxy, Tejinder Khanna.

In his address, Mr. Khanna talked about the unprecedented continuing growth of the Indian economy and the new employment opportunities it will create for the young managers of tomorrow. The AIM director V. Thyagarajan and its chairman A.K. Srivastava also addressed the students.

Delegation from Panama

NEW DELHI: A 25-member high-level delegation from Panama visited the ongoing India International Trade Fair on Sunday. The delegation was led by the Foreign Minister of Panama, Samuel Lewis Navarro. The business part of the delegation had one-to-one meeting with representatives of Indian companies drawn from information technology, power, food processing and textiles sectors.

Free eye camp

NEW DELHI: A free eye camp is being organised by the Tarun Mitra Parishad in association with Mitthan Lal Jain Charitable Trust at St. Suji Joseph Public School at Kondli here this Wednesday. At the camp, a medical team of St. Stephen's Hospital will examine eye patients, provide them medicines and select them for operation of cataract at their hospital free of charge, the general secretary of the Parishad, Ashok Jain, said in a statement.

Public-private partnership

NEW DELHI: Senior BJP MP and Deputy Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Vijay Kumar Malhotra on Saturday inaugurated the public-private partnership scheme for collection and transportation of garbage at Rajouri Garden in West Delhi. Asking people to send their suggestions for better utilisation of public funds on development activities, the South Delhi MP said funds would not be found lacking for development work in the area.

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