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Seminar on `innovative concrete' in Mangalore

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Mangalore , May 4

THE Kodagu Dakshina Kannada and Udupi Engineers' Association will conduct a seminar on `Innovative concrete' in Mangalore on May 7.

Addressing presspersons here on Wednesday, the convenor of the seminar committee, Mr A. Vishnu Bhat, said innovations in cement and concrete making would be discussed.

Mr G.C. Tallur, former Secretary of the Karnataka Public Works Department, will inaugurate the seminar. There will be technical sessions on the durability of concrete in the marine environment, ready-mix concrete and concrete for the new millennium, he said.

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