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DONOR NAME

COUNTRY OF PRESENT
R ESIDENCE

STATE

TRANSACTION ID/R ECEIPT A MOUNT IN
R UPEES

NE489213

1

Feb 25 2015
8:07PM
Feb 25 2015
7:23PM

bhavya grover

INDIA

UTTAR
PRADESH

Sayantan Basu

INDIA

WEST BENGAL NE489210

10

Alok sahney

INDIA

RAJASTHAN

NE489205

100

M N GANESAN

INDIA

KARNATAKA

NE489198

201

SOURABH KUMAR
PADNEY
rohit gore
KHURSIID
BHARRUCHA
RAVI KUMAR

INDIA
INDIA

DELHI

DONATION­DATE

NUMBER

NE489197

MAHARASHTRA NE489190

INDIA

MAHARASHTRA NE489189

INDIA

UTTAR
PRADESH

NE489182

20000

7:12PM
Feb 25 2015
6:07PM
Feb 25 2015
6:01PM
Feb 25 2015
5:44PM

1440

Feb 25 2015
4:55PM

501

Feb 25 2015
3:58PM

10

Feb 25 2015
3:32PM

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