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Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s corporate communication department had difficulty assessing an achievement of its Chairman and Managing Director Sudhir Vasudeva. Last week, Vasudeva was appointed to the board of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). The company press release stated that Vasudeva is only the second leader from India to join the board. Who was the first? Before the question could be asked, a corrigendum followed clarifying that Vasudeva was, in fact, India’s first public sector representative on this global body.

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Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s corporate communication department had difficulty assessing an achievement of its Chairman and Managing Director Sudhir Vasudeva. Last week, Vasudeva was appointed to the board of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). The company press release stated that Vasudeva is only the second leader from India to join the UNGC board. Who was the first? Before the question could be asked, a corrigendum followed clarifying that Vasudeva was, in fact, India’s first public sector representative on this global body.

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s corporate communication department had difficulty assessing an achievement of its Chairman and Managing Director Sudhir Vasudeva. Last week, Vasudeva was appointed to the board of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). The company press release stated that Vasudeva is only the second leader from India to join the UNGC board. Who was the first? Before the question could be asked, a corrigendum followed clarifying that Vasudeva was, in fact, India’s first public sector representative on this global body.

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