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ICSI office-bearers

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HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad Chapter of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has announced that a new body was elected for the Southern India Regional Council and Hyderabad Chapter. In a press release, ICSI Chapter said its member, Mr Datla Hanumantha Raju (in picture, left), was elected the Central Council member, while Mr Sudhir Babu was elected the Chairman of Southern India Regional Council.

Mr Puttparthy Jagannatham (right picture) has been elected the Chairman of the local Chapter, while Mr E.N. Viswanath was elected as Vice-Chairman, Mr V. Ahlada Rao as Secretary and Mr G. Raghu Babu as Treasurer.

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