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Canon India's CSR in Bhiwandi village

MUMBAI: Canon India Pvt. Ltd, India’s leading Digital Imaging Company, celebrated yet another milestone, with the completion of two successful years of Karanjoti Village’s adoption under its flagship CSR initiative- Adopt a Village. With a vision to contribute to the societal ecosystem, Canon...

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Star to host Premier League movement on 2 & 3 March, legend Alan Shearer to participate

MUMBAI: The Football Movement, jointly hosted by India On Track, is being held in partnership with the Premier League’s Indian broadcast partner Star Sports. The conference will bring British and Indian football organisations and businesses together to discuss ways to continue to grow the...

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Sony Pictures' new CSR for underprivileged

MUMBAI: Supporting the cause of empowering India’s underprivileged youth through sports, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has partnered with an NGO ‘Slum Soccer’ to launch The National Inclusion Cup, the only national football tournament of its kind for underprivileged youth. This is a CSR...

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First Indian agency to hire differently abled #WATturns10; launches #ThatsMyGirl

MUMBAI: WATConsult has launched two initiatives -- a CSR campaign #ThatsMyGirl to support the education of a girl child, and the agency will now hire differently abled people. WATConsult, one of India’s leading and most awarded digital and social media agencies, now part of the Dentsu Aegis Network...

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Corporate funding vital for sports development: KPMG-CII

The global sports market comprising infrastructure, events, training and manufacturing and retail of sports goods is estimated at Rs 37.8–44.2 lakh crore (USD 600–700 billion), accounting for approximately one per cent of the global GDP.

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