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Indian Frontliners forms new team
June 10, 2018, 1:37 pm

Continuing its support for social initiatives aimed at rendering social care and developing the capabilities of youth talents, Indian Frontliners (IFL) Service organization met for forming the new committee for the year 2018-2019 at Hotel Saravana Bhavan in Fahaheel. The event was attended by a large gathering of Frontliners and their families Mrs. Vijayapriya welcomed the gathering.

The newly inducted President Dr. Ananthi Natarajan and the VicePresident P. Senthil Kumar were honored by Padmavathy Senthil Kumar, Prabhakaran and the IFL Secretary Mathi. Frontliners’ founder and author N.C. Mohandoss gave the key-note address detailing the last successful mega event that happened in May at The Cambridge School, Mangaf where many celebrities from India graced the function. He thanked the team members for their efforts in making the function successful.

The event CD was released by the President and received by Dr. Ambalavanan. Frontliner Subbu presented the details and the surplus funds for the future welfare activities.Also, the members were requested to recommend those cases in real need of educational support to be provided by IFL. During her presidential speech, Dr. Ananthi Natrajan thanked the team for the opportunity to serve Frontliners and sought the support of the team members in carrying out her duties.

While thanking the gathering, Vice President P. Senthil Kumar emphasized the need for innovative thinking, youth participation and doing more to help needy people around the world. Food technologist Dr. Swati Sarabhai and Microbiologist Hari discussed the topic of gluten-free diet to bring awareness to the gathering. Indian Frontliners Service Organization, registered with the Indian Embassy, started its activities in 1997 when author N.C. Mohandoss joined hands with several like-minded people to serve needy people in society and do things that count for others.

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