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Vibrant Goa Global Expo & Summit to be held in Oct 2019

Panaji, Dec 2 (UNI) The Vibrant Goa Global Expo and Summit 2019 (VG-GES) will be held in the city from October 17 to 19, 2019.
Addressing a press conference in the city, Dr Jagat Shah, founder and chief mentor, Global Network and the Co Organiser mentor of Vibrant Kuch, Vibrant Saurashtra, Vibrant Ceramics, Vibrant Tamil Nadu etc, said the first of its kind expo would focus on multi-sectoral practical opportunities in Goa.
''The prime focus of the VG-GES 2019 is the inclusive development of Goa in key areas such as innovation, sustainability, industries, technology, youth and skill development, knowledge sharing and networking. The event will create employment opportunities and give a boost MSMEs and corporates in Goa.''
Nitin Kunkoliencar, Chairman, Vibrant Goa Foundation, said a knowledge summit at VG GES 2019 would be organised cuncurrently with the expo with an aim to bridge gap between Goan industries and other national as well as international players.
''Moreover, internationally acknowledged and successful Goans hailing from over 20 different countries would be making a memorable visit to their native soil,'' he said.
Rajkumar Kamat, Executive Director of BNI, said BNI Global, which was present in 73 countries and 69 cities of India, with more than 2,44, 028 members globally, would be helping Vibrant Goa Foundation in connecting Vibrant Goa out of Goa and help Goan entrepreneurs seeking business opportunities beyond boundaries.
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Shiv Sena, Congress, NCP condemn attack on Kashmiri students in

21 Feb 2019 | 9:13 PM

Mumbai, Feb 21 (UNI) The Shiv Sena on Thursday condemned the attack
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Yuva Sena activists beat Kashmiri students in Yavatmal post Pulwama

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Nagpur/Yavatmal, Feb 21 (UNI) At least 12 youth activists of Yuva
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