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Lithuania’s signature Western classical music band, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra (LNSO), is coming to play in Mumbai.

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Want to know what to see and things to do in Vilnius? This is the post for you! We'll show you everything from where to find the best street art, the best bars and the most epic viewpoints, to where to stay and the best time of year to visit - this is our guide to Vilnius, Lithuania's beautiful capital.

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April 26: India and Lithuania may be observing the 25th year of diplomatic relationship but our bond with the Baltic nation goes back ages.

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On April 10, 2017 Indian daily newspaper “The Statesman” has published the article about the book “India & Lithuania: A Personal Bond”, which was released in Delhi recently to mark the occasion on the 25th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between India and Lithuania.

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The Lithuanian Embassy in New Delhi, in collaboration with the India International Centre (IIC), released a book “India and Lithuania: A Personal Bond” on Wednesday (5 April).

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Hon’ble Governor of West Bengal, Shri Keshari Nath Tripathi, released a book “India and Lithuania: A Personal Bond” in Kolkata on Monday (3 April).

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The Lithuanian Embassy in New Delhi laid out a traditional Lithuanian table at its premises on Saturday to mark the 27th anniversary of the Restoration of Independence Day.

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The memorial plaque to a Lithuania-born Catholic bishop Nicolaus Szostak was unveiled in Kerala this Sunday. The plaque, cast in white marble stone with a Latin inscription on it, was installed in the former cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Joseph in Varapuzha, former Verapoly, some 20 km north-east from Kochi.

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