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Lifestyle Exhibition and Fun Fair 2017


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The Lifestyle Exhibition and Fun Fair 2017, organised by Singer Sri Lanka for the seventh consecutive year at the BMICH, began yesterday and will run until 26 November from 10.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. on each day. The event, which showcases the latest technology from over 50 world-famous brands along with several local brands, was inaugurated with the patronage of Singer Sri Lanka Chairman Mohan Pandithage and Deputy Chairman Dhammika Perera, with the attendance of several guests 

 



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