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Mangalore, Nov. 23

As part of the Business Line Club activities, Mr G.S. Subrhmonya , Area Manager of Stock Holding Corporation of India Ltd, Mangalore, will speak on `Dematerialisation and capital markets' at the KVG College of Management at Sullia in Dakshina Kannada district on November 24. This is the first in the series of BL Club lectures during the academic year 2006-07. Mr T. Ravi, Senior Regional Manager of The Hindu, Mangalore, will give an introduction on BL Club activities on the occasion.

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