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`U'XChange get-together

Our Bureau

Hyderabad , April 7

`U'XCHANGE, a voluntary group of teenagers with enthusiasm and a purpose to help the not-so-privileged school kids obtain their basic necessities of education is organising its annual get together on April 10, 2004 in city.

The `U'XChange get together will have an interesting guest in popular Bollywood hero, Sunil Shetty. This is the third consecutive year, `U'XChange is organising such a meeting.

Where students can be part of a cause by giving something of value like old books, uniforms, shoes, old/extra pencils, pens, erasers, pencil boxes, bags etc., and in exchange get books they need, stationary, cool `U'XChange stuff— pens, t-shirts, etc.

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