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Sangam

An ancient Indian unit of area approximately equivalent to one-quarter hectare.
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J Jayavardhan, Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha- South Madras), guest of honor at the event, said Tamil sangams abroad fostered language, culture, music and heritage and in addition America Tamil Sangam also chipped in to provide social welfare measures.
13 -- AA America Tamil Sangam and Shri Vari Foundation, New York have adopted two corporation schools in Chennai and constructed 10 restrooms partly with donations from American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) QLI and Indian Association of Long Island (IALI) New York.
Too much coaching by central authorities will lead to sameness in public sector banks that successive Gyan Sangams have criticized," said Rajan, speaking at the FICCI-IBA banking conference on Tuesday.
They are organized into ' Sangams' and the saving scheme is operated within the ' sangam'.
The social action group has organized women into ' sangams' and going by the present trend, if somebody is organizing women groups, he is a social activist with more respect.
The earlier ' Hindu Sangams' were held in Dang ( Gujarat), Jhabua and Mandla ( both in Madhya Pradesh).
In these ' Hindu Sangams', the supporters of RSS and its over 40 affiliate organisations come together and exchange views for preparing the roadmap to building a Hindu nation based on Indian values.
Maoists recruit children aged between six and 12 into their children's association, called Bal Sangams, where they are trained in Maoist ideology, used as informers and taught to fight with non-lethal weapons.
As far as their training is concerned, the women Maoists, who are capable of leading the operation, are appointed in the Bal Sangam. Students aged 6-12 are trained in the Bal Sangams," Kumar said.
New York, May 11 -- The Canadian Tamil Congress (CTC) led by David Poopalapillai has informed Canadians that on July 5 and 6, 2013, the Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America's (FeTNA) 26th year convention will be held in Toronto, Canada.
18) referred to the whole of the ancient Tamil-speaking area, corresponding roughly to the area known as south India today, consisting of the territories of the present-day Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, parts of Andhra Pradesh, parts of Karnataka and northern Sri Lanka" ("Sangam Period").
New York, June 24 -- Dr Prakash M Swamy, President of New York Tamil Sangam has served notice on Dr.