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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Pangea Day: Kenya sings for India

Info courtesy: SHIRIN S. BADLANI & Suresh Lalvani @

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    Anonymous Gail Zimmer said...

    Thanks. I'm sure my friends in Kenya will find this video of interest.

    Gail Zimmer, Principal Librarian and head of the Reference Department, Fair Lawn Public Library, NJ.

    10:48 PM  
    Anonymous Suresh said...

    That was very good Shirin


    10:59 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    thanks; very nice;
    with greetings

    9:58 AM  

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