Making earth a better place to live in

BANGALORE: For four years, the World 10K Bangalore, has mobilised the health and fitness conscious citizens of Bangalore city to come together and run as one. In its fifth edition, and t

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Actor Puneeth Rajkumar receiving a portrait from Bangalore-based artist Vilas Nayak at the launch of TCS World 10K Bangalore | EPS

BANGALORE: For four years, the World 10K Bangalore, has mobilised the health and fitness conscious citizens of Bangalore city to come together and run as one.

In its fifth edition, and the second under the title sponsorship of Tata Consultancy Services, the TCS World 10K Bangalore, will be held on May 27.

Athletes around the world will once again descend into the Garden City, where they will be joined by India’s best running talent.

Further fillip to the event will be the presence of actor Puneet Rajkumar, who has committed his support to help promote the event and propagate the running movement across Karnataka.

The People’s Green Award, a platform to admire and acknowledge people who share the dream to make the earth a greener and better place to live in, is an initiatives to give every participant an unforgettable experience on race day and a commitment from the official charity partner.

This green initiative will honour the people who take an extra effort in creating environmental awareness and will include awards in two categories, namely, the green star and the corporate green star.

The event also hosts Bangalore Cares to aim for a significant increase in the monies raised towards charity.

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