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Niret Alva, three others to represent India at the Asia 21 Young Leaders Forum

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Niret Alva, three others to represent India at the Asia 21 Young Leaders Forum

Niret Alva, Co-founder of Miditech Pvt Ltd will represent India at the Asia 21 Young Leaders Forum, to he held in Kochi from March 3-5, 2007. Shaffi Mather, Malini Mether and Logsang Sangay are the other delegates chosen to represent India at the forum.

Alva had earlier chaired the first session of the Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in Seoul last year, where the focus was on value-based leadership.

The Asia 21 initiative will unite fellows from across the Asia-Pacific region representing varied spheres, ranging from business and politics to media, arts and culture. The Young Leaders Forum is designed to share and discuss best practices in leadership and problem solving.

Said Alva, “I am honoured to be a part of this forum. This is a great opportunity for me to interact and collaborate with dynamic people from various regions and understand the challenges faced by our society. I hope to contribute to this forum to the best of my experience and knowledge.”


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