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Sarwar Babu Khan advises students to understand Iqbal’s poetry

Thursday, 6 December 2012
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Hyderabad, December 06:

Basheer and Sarwar Babu Khan Trust conducted competitions of Tarana on Iqbal’s poetry and Baitbazi at Spring Fields School, Alijah Kotla. Nearly 250 students from 50 schools participated in the competitions. Mrs. Sarwar Babu Khan managing trustee and chief guest, along with Mrs. Sameera Sanai managing trustee distributed prizes to successful students.

She advised the students to understand the vision of Iqbal’s poetry and try to put it into practice. Mr. Anwar Husain coordinator Basheer and Sarwar Babu Khan Trust presided over.

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cheating

First in the name of GIMS academy ask babu khan people to stop cheating innocent people by offering them jobs in Dubai. Only for name sake they are running organisation and when you go and see all are looters ek number ke chor.

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