• Meet the indian 'group' that drives the Qatar World Cup.

    NEW DELHI : Nishad Azeem couldn't smother his smile. "Indian fans thumping Kerala drums for Argentinian and Brazilian players in the stands will be an amazing sight," he says.

    As the FIFA World Cup assembles pace in Qatar, Indians are supposed to be the biggest gathering of guests from a non-playing country — interest for personal luxury planes from India have gone through the rooftop and a one-way ticket from Delhi to Doha could now cost ₹60,000 or more.

    Source: livemint

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    Meet the indian 'group' that drives the Qatar World Cup. NEW DELHI : Nishad Azeem couldn't smother his smile. "Indian fans thumping Kerala drums for Argentinian and Brazilian players in the stands will be an amazing sight," he says. As the FIFA World Cup assembles pace in Qatar, Indians are supposed to be the biggest gathering of guests from a non-playing country — interest for personal luxury planes from India have gone through the rooftop and a one-way ticket from Delhi to Doha could now cost ₹60,000 or more. Source: livemint #lightingdesign #elli #landscapelighting #landscapearchitecture #lightingcomposition #lightasart #lights #lightingideas #lightingcontrol #ledlight #indoorlighting #lighting #indian #qatar #worldcup #fifa
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