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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy will attend the Capital Foundation Annual Lecture and Awards Function at Nalsar University of Law on Saturday. He will launch a basic course on the Indian Constitution in Telugu during the event. The annual lecture is a joint effort by the Capital Foundation Society, New Delhi, and NALSAR University of Law.

    Dr Vindon Sethi, Secretary General of the Capital Foundation Society, will introduce the Capital Foundation. Former Supreme Court Judge Justice AK Patnaik will give the welcome address, and Dr R Venkaramani, the Attorney General of India, will speak on ‘Technology, Law, and Humanity’.

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    Justice Alok Aradhe, Chief Justice of Telangana State High Court and Chancellor of NALSAR University of Law, will unveil a Telugu translation of Justice Leila Seth’s book ‘We, the Children of India, the Preamble of Our Constitution’. The event will be chaired by former Supreme Court Judge Justice AK Patnaik.

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