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Contribution to relief fund

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HYDERABAD: IVY Foundation has contributed Rs 10 lakh to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund, as a first act towards playing its own role in the development of Andhra Pradesh. Started by IVY Comptech, the Hyderabad-based, wholly owned subsidiary of iGlobal Media Group, based in Gibraltar, the Foundation aims to work in areas outside its business interest and make a contribution.

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