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Festive season treat for underprivileged kids

Festive season treat for underprivileged kids
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Nalaas Appakadai, in association with ghazal singer Khan Ali Khan, Kiyaa Dolls, Aasara Home for the Orphans, Spandana Society, Bala Vikas Sidha, e Merchant Digital, Lodge Keys No. 297, St Zain\'s High School and Star NGO, organised a fun-filled luncheon for 63 underprivileged kids at Nalas Aappakadai Restaurant, Jubilee Hills, recently.

Nalaas Appakadai, in association with ghazal singer Khan Ali Khan, Kiyaa Dolls, Aasara Home for the Orphans, Spandana Society, Bala Vikas Sidha, e Merchant Digital, Lodge Keys No. 297, St Zain's High School and Star NGO, organised a fun-filled luncheon for 63 underprivileged kids at Nalas Aappakadai Restaurant, Jubilee Hills, recently.

“The experienced the food at our restaurant. We wanted these boys to try the many varieties of appams , Tanjore chicken, and Kanyakumari Chicken Biryani among other specials,” informed Guru, brand director of Nalaas Appakadai Khan Ali Khan entertained the children with ghazals. Later, a cake was cut.

 Butterfly made out of e-waste

The children unveiled posters of social messages promoting blood donation, eye donation, harvesting rain water, safe disposal of e-waste, energy conservation, etc. E Merchant Digital displayed interesting objects made out of electronic waste to communicate to public that e-waste is a time bomb which would explode if not addressed properly.

 Children listen to Ghazal singer Khan Ali Khan

“It was a special day for me. It made me really happy,” said Ravi, participant from Aasara Orphanage. Akthar from St. Zains High School said, “This was the first time I celebrated the New Year.” “It was really heart touching to watch a child savouring on sweets,” said Madhusudhan Bojja of Lodge Keys No. 297.

 Fish made out of e-waste

Kids pose with objects made out of e-waste

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