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Round Table India is an organisation of non-political and non-sectarian welcoming young men, aged between 18 and 40. It aims to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in National and International affairs. Round Table India provides a range of social and community service related opportunities through the Fellowship of its members. The Tablers of RTI form friendship, shape lives and make substantial difference in the lives of people, beyond the organisation itself.

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    Reported by LMF Tr Sai Madhukar Rathi (RT 213) National Blog Committee Member blogs@rti.in...</td></tr></table></p><div align=Read More
    • Madras (Chennai) RT 181: Report on the 10th AGM

      Tablers and Circlers, What Starts has To come to an End so did the 10th Year of MKRT 181 MKRT 181 ha...

    • Surat RT 135: Report on Twinkler’s activity

      Spreading the joy on Friendship’s Day – A Twinklers Activity When you share happiness it only i...

    Freedom through Education

    We believe that true freedom for an individual comes only through education. Over the last few years, Round Tables in India have really put in a lot of effort to provide infrastructure in schools. By now, RTI has been successful in building over 1200 schools at a cost of over Rs. 80 crores benefiting over 7 lakh children.


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    RTI international

    The Round Table is an international organisation that was founded in 1927, in Norwich, England. It was founded by Louis Marchesi who was then a young member of Norwich Rotary Club.

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    Ladies Circle India
    Ladies Circle India

    Ladies Circle was founded in 1932. It is a social networking organisation for young women

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    41 Clubs of India
    41 Clubs of India

    The Round Table was formed in 1927, exclusively for young men age between 18 and 40, to offer young men the same privileges offered by clubs like the Rotary Club.

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