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Hyderabad Metro Rail emblem launched
Hyderabad | Tuesday, Jan 8 2013 IST
 
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L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited (LTMRHL) Chief Executive and Managing Director V B Gadgil has launched the Hyderabad Metro Rail Emblem with great pomp and show here today. Addessing the press after the launch, Mr Gadgil said 'I am very sure that every citizen of Hyderabad will be excited with the launch of Hyderabad Metro Rail Emblem, by which Hyderabad Metro Rail will be symbolized.' 'It is a historic development for the project and for all the Hyderabadis', he said and added it is an important mile stone in Hyderabad Metro Rail which will represent not only in Hyderabad but the entire world. He the emblem has been designed in its unique style and fashion with one line being red, another green and the third blue. All publications of us will have this emblem and the metro rail stations and trains running in the twin cities will have this emblem, he said. Mr Gadgil also launched the unique initiatives Hyderabad Metro Connects 2013 which is another flagship cycling event of LTMRHL. He said it is envisaged to promote sustainability, public commuting and to create awareness on the Metro corridors and added Hyderabad Metro Rail Brand Ambassadors campaign conceptualized and promoted by LTMRHL is a unique initiative for the common man (Hyderabadi) to avail this great opportunity of becoming the Hyderabad Metro Rail-Brand Ambassador- a Celebrity. MORE UNI CS VV AK1620 NNNN

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