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GUWAHATI, Feb 26 � In a bid to encourage the Man in Blue in the ongoing Cricket World Cup, Surya Gold Cement has started a signature campaign in Assam and nearby States.

Commenting about the campaign �DoItAgain� the Surya Gold Cement�s commercial president Sunil Agarwal said in a press conference here today that, the programme was started one week before start of the World Cup and will continue till the last part of the championship. He also revealed that tremendous response have been received in Assam, particularly from the youths. In Guwahati they already got over 20,000 signatures and hope to get more. In other towns also the response was very encouraging.

Sankha Basu, DGM of the company said they will send the signatures to BCCI and if India reach final it will be sent to Australia. He hoped over one lakh signature will be collected. The organisers hoped India will retain the title.

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Signature campaign to cheer Team India

GUWAHATI, Feb 26 � In a bid to encourage the Man in Blue in the ongoing Cricket World Cup, Surya Gold Cement has started a signature campaign in Assam and nearby States.

Commenting about the campaign �DoItAgain� the Surya Gold Cement�s commercial president Sunil Agarwal said in a press conference here today that, the programme was started one week before start of the World Cup and will continue till the last part of the championship. He also revealed that tremendous response have been received in Assam, particularly from the youths. In Guwahati they already got over 20,000 signatures and hope to get more. In other towns also the response was very encouraging.

Sankha Basu, DGM of the company said they will send the signatures to BCCI and if India reach final it will be sent to Australia. He hoped over one lakh signature will be collected. The organisers hoped India will retain the title.