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Director of Centre for Indian Studies met leaders of TaTa group in Vietnam

24/06/2015


Director of Centre for Indian Studies met leaders of TaTa group in Vietnam

In the afternoon of 24 June 2015, Assoc. Prof. PhD Le Van Toan, Director of Centre for Indian Studies chaired a meeting with Mr. Indonil Sengupta, Chief – Excutive of TaTa in Vietnam. To the meeting, other representatives from TaTa were Mr. M. Shenbagam, Head-DCS of TaTa in Vietnam and Mr. Mahadev S. Gurjar, GM-Strategy and Business Development of TaTa.


Mr Indronil Sengupta expressed his gladness to be welcome by Director of Centre for Indian Studies at the office of the centre. Mr Sengupta told that leaders of TaTa still follow activities of the Centre for Indian Studies although they are busy. He confirmed that Centre for Indian Studies implemented useful activities, contributed to the understanding to each other of intelligentsia of the two countries, helped they connected more to each other. These activities, if sustained and expended, would be a very important people diplomatic channel to enhance Vietnam – India relation.

Assoc. Prof. PhD Le Van Toan honestly thanked leaders of TaTa for their visit to the Centre. Mr Director affirmed that despites many difficulties, members of the centre would surpass all challenges to complete obligated mission, in response to the caring of Indian – Vietnamese offices and organizations.

At the meeting, Mr Chief – Excutive of TaTa gifted the centre some Indian books and promised to gift some Indian films.

Director of Centre for Indian Studies honestly thanked CEO of TaTa and confirmed that TaTa has been brought to Vietnam two rays of light: light of knowledge in books given by TaTa and light of electricity of Thermal electricity project that TaTa is implementing in Vietnam.

(CIS)

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