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S.No. Name Location Contribution (Rs) Month/Yr.
1. Maj. Gen. S. Venkataraman New Delhi 20,000 Aug. 05
2. M/s PAN-EXIM Agencies New Delhi 50,000 Aug. 05
3. Ar. Vijay Garg New Delhi 10,000 Sep. 05
4. Dr. Rekha Sangal New Delhi 20,000 Sep. 05
5. Dr. BVR Sastry New Delhi 10,000 Sep. 05
6. Dr. Rajesh Upadhyay New Delhi 10,000 Sep.05
7. Mr. Anil Bhargva New Delhi 500 Oct.05
8. Dr. Sir C. Roberick Gigant McBaine Bangkok 808 Dec.05
9. Mr. H.N. Kaul Jalandhar City 500 Feb.06
10. Mr. Krishna Handoo Jalandhar City 500 Feb.06
11. Mr. S.N. Zadoo Gurgaon 500 Feb.06
12. Mr. Ashish Raina Gurgaon 500 Feb.06
13. Mr. Mukul Handoo Jalandhar City 1,000 Feb.06
14. Mr. Deepak Vaid Canada 5,000 Mar. 06
15 Ms. Anu Vaid Canada 2000 May.06
16 Mr Amarjit Vaid Canada 3000 May.06
17 Ms. Vimala. B. L Bangalore 501 June.07
18 Mr. Ankesh Surinder & Ms. Sudha Indiana, USA US$100 May.08
19 Dr. D. S. Patnaik Visakhapatnam 500 May 09
20 Dr. K. Borappa Kolar 5,000 Aug 09
21 Dr. S. B. Vikram Mysore 5,000 Aug 09
22 Mrs. Bhargavi C. N. New Delhi 500 Oct 09
23 Mr. Hari Mitter New Delhi 1100 Nov 09
24 Mr. Reddeppa Sunkara Tirupati A.P. 500 Mar.10
25 Prof. Rajan Madhok Manchester U.K. GBP 500 June 16
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