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Holidays are here, and like most of you, we are also going on a short vacation. We’ll be back on January 1st, 2013 with all our news and updates. Wish you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year. Stay Safe and Enjoy.
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Goodmorning friends! "Development", is the correct answer for yesterday's word scramble. Thank you for the patience.
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There are two hidden words in this scramble board and we'd like you to find it. To give you a head start, the 1st word is ‘RURAL’.
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From a simple & underprivileged hamlet near Mumbai to a self dependent village, Amla has seen it all. Read on http://sie.ag/Vzukwa
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People of Amla patiently waited for 4 decades for things to turn around. Now, they can see their hope becoming a reality. Here’s a beautiful video depicting that journey. http://bit.ly/UkhsbV
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People of Amla endured over 4 decades of hardship, with no electricity, clean drinking water, healthcare among other needs. Siemens & AROEHAN paid it forward to Amla by providing them access to basic necessities of life. Watch how it all happened. http://bit.ly/UkhsbV

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With signs of a better life, the residents of Amla look forward to a better future. Find out how it happened. http://sie.ag/11nSFuG
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“We have been living in this village for the last 40 years, but there has been no electricity” – an Amla resident. Helping the village and paying it forward.
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In villages, water is an important commodity, not only for survival but also for livelihood. Without proper irrigation, they would not be able to earn a living. We are currently fixing this situation in Amla.
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Water is one of the most essential commodities required for our survival. Cities have access to it on a regular basis, don’t you think the villages should too?
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