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badan lal nyachhyon is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Oct 29, 2018

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Past President
Rotary Club of Mount Everest Lalitpur
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Conservation, Development, Environment, Ethics
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Rotary International emphasises on promotion of Ethics and Integrity in personal and business life of all members of Rotary Clubs and communities they provide services for. Rotary Club of Mount Everest Lalitpur is observing Global Ethics Day by organising Seminars, Essay and Speech contests providing young generation in colleges with opportunities to volunteer and becoming promoters of Ethics and Integrity. It is expected it will pave the way to bring positive changes in Society in due course of time and help to build network.

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