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May 27th, 2007
'We are aware of the challenges involved in a listing exercise'
The second initiative concerns the establishment of an advanced centre for nanoscience and nanotechnology. We have got Rs 100-crore from the Ministry of Finance for the project. We are right now in the process of forming an advisory committee, to guide us. Then there are initiatives that we have lined up on the sports' front such as setting up a world-class tennis academy, a facility for cricket training, badminton and indoor gymnasium.
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