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Indian Expat Community Marks Republic Day in Style
TThousands of Indian students showcase the unity in diversity of their country on its 65th Republic Day on 26th January, 2013, at Indian High School, Dubai.

Link: http://www.khaleejtimes.com/kt-article-display-1.asp?xfile=data/community/2014/January/community_January27.xml§ion=community
Indians Celebrate 65th Indian Republic Day
Indian diplomats reflect on country's achievements on 26th January, 2014. The national flag of India was unfurled at the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi and the Indian Consulate and Indian High School in Dubai.

Link: http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/general/indians-celebrate-65th-republic-day-1.1282542
Largest democracy in the world celebrates 65th R-Day
Thousands of Indians relived the patriotic moments that commemorated India's constitution as they celebrated the 65th Republic Day of India at a gala ceremony held at the Indian High School in Dubai on Sunday, 26th January, 2014.

Link: http://gulftoday.ae/portal/150ad055-830c-4d09-a0fe-0fc0cf707c3c.aspx
Myriad Hues of Patriotism
Indian expatriates based in the UAE showcased soft power of their country - art, music and culture - on a grand scale as they celebrated India's 65th Republic Day with patriotic zeal and fervour at Indian High School.

Link: http://gulftoday.ae/portal/c109b271-c663-42d3-a6df-494dcc96aca1.aspx
Indian expats urged to donate blood to mark Republic Day
Blood donation, poetry session, musical events to mark Indian Republic Day celebrations in UAE, Young Indians in Dubai and Northern Emirates have been urged to donate blood to mark the 65th Indian Republic Day celebrations organised by the Indian mission in Dubai.

Link: http://www.khaleejtimes.com/kt-article-display-1.asp?xfile=data/community/2014/January/community_January24.xml§ion=community
Student of Indian High School Wins Environmental Issues Report Competition
Pragya Gianni, won the competition, organised in the UAE by the Emirates Wildlife Society, in association with WWF (EWS-WWF), was judged by a panel including the Editor-at-Large of Gulf News, Francis Matthew, Associate Editor of Gulf News Malavika Kamaraju, and the Education Manager at EWS-WWF, Ajita Nayar.

Link: http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/general/young-reporters-highlight-key-environmental-issues-1.1293179