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Dr Sharma gets nominated as South Asia Head of WBR(UK)

One of the leading organizations in global records documentations, verification, listing, honour and certification, World Book of Records (WBR) London, UK has geared up its expansion programme in South Asia region for awareness and branding. Dr. Bharat Sharma of India got nominated as South Asia Head of WBR. He would hold responsibility of expansion programme in South Asia region for awareness and branding. This was informed by the chairman of WBR Dr. Diwakar Sukul. Significantly, Dr. Bharat Sharma has earlier been associated with various international groups.

Dr Sharma gets nominated as South Asia Head of WBR(UK)

LONDON: One of the leading organizations in global records documentations, verification, listing, honour and certification, World Book of Records (WBR) London, UK has geared up its expansion programme in South Asia region for awareness and branding. Dr. Bharat Sharma of India got nominated as South Asia Head of WBR. He would hold responsibility of expansion programme in South Asia region for awareness and branding. This was informed by the chairman of WBR Dr. Diwakar Sukul. Significantly, Dr. Bharat Sharma has earlier been associated with various international groups and organizations through his matchless oomph. On being nominated as South Asia Head of WBR, Dr. Bharat Sharma was congratulated by Shri Virandra Sharma (MP of British Parliament), Shri Kalraj Mishra (Union Minister, Govt. of India), Dr. Mahesh Sharma (Union Minister, Govt. of India), Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate (President, WBR, India) and Shri Amit Sharma (Australia).

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