[Ilugc] Re: Welcome to the "ilugc" mailing list
rs2003 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 10:48:59 IST 2006
I am a new joinee in the group and my name is R.Subramanian ( RS )
I am an Engg Consultant for a Few corporate companies in India & abroad.
Very glad to meet you all and look forward for a socially benificial
with warm regards
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