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Wednesday , November 27 , 2013

Songs in remembrance of 26/11

Members of the Shillong Chamber Choir at the Gateway of India in Mumbai on Tuesday. The choir performed at the event, A Tribute to the Victims of 26/11, organised by the chairman of the Honorary Consular Corps Diplomatique, Gul Kripalani, who is also the consul-general of Iceland.

Others present at the venue to pay tribute to the victims were the princess of Belgium, deputy Prime Minister of Belgium, foreign minister of Belgium, chairman of Mumbai Port Trust Rajeev Gupta, Union minister Shashi Tharoor, actor Vivek Oberoi and others. The choir was the only performer at the event and they sang the National Anthem and other patriotic songs. Picture by Fourness Dhar

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