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Taljai Tekdi, Pune, India
1st Ever Walk and Run for Vitiligo Awareness will be held on Sunday, 31st January 2016 at 6 am.
Categories: 3-5-10 km.
Venue: Taljai Tekdi, Pune
For details and registration go to: www.myshweta.org
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