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CA gives $2-lakh aid

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HYDERABAD: Computer Associates International, Inc. donated $200,000 to UNICEF in support of the organisation's relief effort to help millions affected by the tsunami in Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, Thailand and the Maldives.

In addition, it will provide its standard two-for-one match to all employees giving to international aid organisations through the company's Matching Gifts Program.

The Director Marketing, India and SAARC, CA, Mr Pravir Arora, in a statement said "thousands of lives have been affected and we would like to do our bit in terms of providing assistance to the victims."

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