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Charity Football for Thalassemia patients

Artists and Rising Hands members will play a friendly football match to generate funds for the Thalesemmia patients on December 26. The charity match will held at Tangla HS playground, between Zubeen Garg Eleven and Rising Hands Eleven.

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