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Indian Translator-in-Residence applications sought by University of East Anglia
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Apr 28, 2005

The University of East Anglia is inviting applications for Translator-in-Residence under the Charles Wallace India Trust. Applicants must be Indian nationals not over 45 years old, academics or professionals. The deadline for the receipt of applications for 2006-7 is October 31 of this year.

For more particulars, see:

http://www.britishcouncil.org/india-scholarships-cwit.htm

Note: The Charles Wallace Trusts were set up at the behest of a British businessman who left part of his estate to the people of "undivided India". There thus exist corresponding Charles Wallace Trusts for Pakistan, Bangladesh and Burma:

http://www.wallace-trusts.org.uk/



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