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Monday, July 31, 2017

Kochi set to host biggest match on Indian soil ever: Javier Ceppi

Kochi: The official draw ceremony of the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 in Mumbai bought some cheers to the fans across the world, but one city located in the southern part of India was surely the happiest. The city with some crazy football fans is not only getting an opportunity to witness a FIFA Tournament live for the first time in their city but also getting a chance to probably host 3 of the biggest title contenders of the tournament with Brazil, Spain and Germany all set to play their group stage games in Kochi between October 07 – 13, 2017.

Tournament director of the Local Organising Committee for FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 expected the fans in Kochi to show more love to the teams drawn to play here, especially for what will be the venue opener between Spain and Brazil.

Talking about the ticket sales here, Ceppi added, “We want Kochi to support all the teams, we haven’t seen it yet, we thought we are going to see a sell out for all Brazil matches. Brazil, Spain as well as Germany are playing in Kochi and we were expecting a sell out in 2 hours like we saw in Kolkata. To be honest, a Brazil versus Spain game in a World Cup is as big as it gets and fans in Kochi need to step up and show the true spirit that we know it for.”

Besides the group stage matches featuring Spain, Brazil, Germany amongst others, the venue will host a Round of 16 and a quarter final game as well. A tremendous response from the fans saw 100% ticket sales in the first two phases and Javier is confident that the ticket sales will rise again with a little more than two months for the tournament to kick off.

“The sales in Kochi have not been bad. Looking at phase 1 and 2, we are not sure why the trend has not continued. We are not getting into a situation where fans’ interest is a problem. We are confident fans will buy. Brazil vs Spain in a World Cup game is by far the biggest international game to be played in India and we are confident fans will come in huge numbers to witness this historic game.” Javier added.

The third phase of the ticket sales started on July 21, 2017 with individual match tickets at 25% discount. Fans in Koch have a chance to be a part of the history with ticket prices starting at as low as INR 60 per game in Kochi.

The tournament is scheduled to be held between 6th and 28th October. Tickets for the tournament can be booked on

Family Connect Day Celebrated at NKBPS, Dwarka

Truly said by somebody that “Families are like branches on a tree, we all grow in different directions but our roots remain as one.”

N.K. Bagrodia Public School, Junior Wing kept this in perspective and celebrated “Family Connect Day” with great vigor and enthusiasm on 14th July, 2017 with an aim to foster camaraderie and unity among family members. Various activities were conducted to make this day a memorable one for the tiny tots. Grandparents and Parents were invited to give the real feel to the children. It was heartwarming to see the grandparents narrating stories and parents also discussing real life situations with the children to give them good value education.

Students of Pre-Primary took the centre stage as they were dressed in the costumes of grandparents, Parents and siblings and had a role play. The importance was highlighted through a puppet show. One of the mother narrated a beautiful story of a Greedy Boy by using hand puppets which really captured the attention of the children. Moral of the story was also discussed with the children.

The event in itself showed the children the importance of Grand Parents and Parents in their life and left everyone with the thought that every member in the family is important and they must respect all of them.

Happy Birthday-- Mumtaz

Sunday, July 30, 2017

LOKMANYA TILAK - Father of the Indian Unrest

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was an Indian nationalist, teacher, lawyer, social reformer, journalist and one of the foremost freedom fighters that India has ever produced. The British colonial rulers called him ‘Father of the Indian Unrest’. Tilak was bestowed with the honorary title of ‘Lokmanya’ which means ‘accepted as their leader by the people’. His 161st birth anniversary was celebrated on July 23rd 2017.

Tilak inspired millions of people of India who were bearing the brunt of the ruthless British regime. He was one of the first advocates and the most ardent supporter of Self-rule. His slogan in Marathi was

"स्वराज्य हा माझा जन्मसिद्ध हक्क आहे आणि तो मी मिळवणारच"
"Swarajya is my birthright, and I shall have it!”

Tilak was born on 23rd July 1856 in a Chitpavan Brahmin family in Ratnagiri in British India (now in Maharashtra). After his schooling in 1872, he graduated, securing a first class from Deccan College, Poona (now Pune) in 1877, with a B. A. in Mathematics. Tilak was one of the first Indians to receive college education. He secured his L.L.B. degree from Government Law College, University of Bombay in 1879.

Tilak initiated a mass movement towards Indian independence by stressing on religious and cultural revival. He said, “Religion and practical life are not different. To take

Sanyasa (renunciation) is not to abandon life. The real spirit is to make the country your family, and work together instead of working only for your own. The step beyond is to serve humanity and the next step is to serve God”.

Tilak, who started his career as a teacher in a school in Pune, later became a journalist and pro-actively worked towards the goal of improving the quality and standard of education for the youth of India. With Vishnushastri Chiplunkar, Tilak founded the New English School (for secondary education) in Pune in 1880. The Deccan Education Society (D.E.S.) was created by Tilak and Chiplunkar along with Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, Mahadev Ballal Namjoshi, V. S. Apte, V. B. Kelkar, M. S. Gole and N. K. Dharap in 1884. The D.E.S. established the Fergusson College in 1885 for post-secondary studies. Tilak taught mathematics at Fergusson College. 

In 1881, Tilak founded Kesari – a Marathi newspaper. The newspaper was used as a platform to express the views of nationalist leaders of the Indian national freedom movement. Kesari in Marathi and Mahratta in English were originally started as a co-operative by Chiplunkar, Agarkar and Tilak.

Kesari continues to be published by the Kesari Mahratta Trust and Tilak's descendants, from Kesari Wada, Narayan Peth, Pune. The Wada (Marathi for courtyard / building) still has the offices of Kesari, and mementos of Tilak, including his writing desk, original letters and documents, and the first India national flag unfurled by Madame Cama.

In 1890, Tilak joined the Indian National Congress. He was against the moderate attitude of the party, especially on the issue of the fight for self-government. He was one of the most prominent radicals of the time.

In 1896, famine broke out in India. The Bubonic plague in late 1896 in Bombay and Poona added to the people’s miseries and reached epidemic proportions in January 1897. After several constructive suggestions by Tilak and others, the British appointed Rand as Special Plague Officer to mitigate the havoc of the plague. However, Rand’s actions were worse than the plague. Troops were brought in to deal with the emergency and ruthless methods were employed including forcible entry into houses, examination of occupants at gun point, evacuation to hospitals and segregation camps, destroying personal possessions, and preventing patients from entering or leaving Poona. 

Though the British may have had good intentions, their actions were widely perceived to be acts of tyranny and high-handedness. Tilak, stung by this oppression of the British, published inflammatory articles in Kesari. He referred to the sacred Bhagvad Gita and wrote that no blame could be attached to anyone who killed an oppressor without any thought of reward. Subsequently, on 22nd June 1897, Commissioner Rand and another British officer Lt Ayerst were shot and killed by the Chapekar brothers and their other associates. Tilak was arrested for having allegedly instigated the people (through his writings in Kesari), to rise against the government and break the laws and disturb peace. He was sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment. Scholars and statesmen from all over the world appealed to the government to release Tilak. His sentence was reduced to one year. Tilak was released during Deepavali in 1898. The people were overjoyed beyond words. There were fireworks and illuminations all over. People came in large numbers to have a glimpse (‘darshan’) of their hero – Tilak. A procession through the main streets of Pune was organized in which Tilak was taken. Children and mothers worshipped his photo in their homes. A regional leader was transformed into a National Icon and Leader.

The next task was to promote the concept of Swadeshi (Boycott of goods made in foreign countries). Tilak disseminated the meaning, purpose and method of following Swadeshi, through his newspapers and also his talk and lectures to villagers all over Maharashtra. A large 'Swadeshi Market' was opened in front of Tilak's house. Swadeshi goods were sold in more than fifty stalls in the market.

Swadeshi became a buzzword and the word which united all Indians against British oppression. Foreign clothes were burnt. Foreign sugar was thrown away and local jaggery was used. Swadeshi factories to make matches, paper mills and cotton mills were set up. The students of Rajaram College, Kolhapur tore their blank answer sheets at their exam halls, refusing to use foreign-made paper. They were punished by giving them six lashes each. They protested again, saying that they should be beaten with a locally manufactured cane!

The British divided Bengal. People united and protested against the division by the weapon of Boycott. A revolutionary, Khudiram Bose threw a bomb on the cruel, unjust District Magistrate. The government retaliated harshly by arresting and handcuffing Aurobindo.

Tilak wrote an article in the 'Kesari' under the title 'The Country's Misfortune' and took the government to task: “It is unfortunate that bombs are being made in the country. But the responsibility for creating a situation, in which it has become necessary to throw bombs, rests solely on the government. This is due to the government's unjust rule”. It was now the Britishers who were stung.

Tilak was charged with treason against the government and was arrested on 24th June 1908 in Bombay. He was sentenced to six years’ imprisonment outside India. He was put in prison in Mandalay, Burma. He was lodged in a small room made of wooden planks; with a table, a chair, a cot and a bookshelf. He was exposed to cold and wind, without any protection. He was also isolated from other people. Tilak’s RI was later reduced to SI. He was permitted to read and write. This is where Tilak wrote the famous book ‘Gita Rahasya’. During his six year jail term, Tilak collected around 400 books. Through self-learning books, he learnt German and French. He would pray to God daily, reciting the all-powerful Gayatri Mantra.

Tilak was released in June 1914 and was accorded a hero’s welcome. He continued his mission of Swaraj and Swadeshi, travelling constantly in order to organize the people. He spoke from hundreds of platforms about 'Home Rule'. Wherever he went he received a hero's welcome.

At Kanpur, he said, “We want equality. We cannot remain slaves under foreign rule. We will not carry for an instant longer, the yoke of slavery that we have carried all these years. Swaraj is our birth right. We must have it at any cost. When the Japanese, who are Asians like us, are free, why should we be slaves? Why should our Mother's hands be hand-cuffed?”

Tilak visited England to explain to the rulers the condition of the Indian people. Meanwhile in India, when the Rowlatt Act was opposed, the Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place. Hundreds of unarmed civilians were killed in cold blood by the ruthless British government.

Tilak rushed back to India. He exhorted his countrymen not to stop their agitation and movement, till their demands were met. Lokmanya Tilak, although physically very weak by now, travelled far and wide in India, in places such as Karachi, Solapur, Kashi, etc, meeting people and motivating them to fight against the unjust, cruel rulers.

Tilak’s condition worsened in July 1920. He passed away in the early hours of 1st August. Even as this sad news was spreading, an absolute ocean of people rushed to his house to have the last glimpse of their beloved leader. Two lakh people were present on his last journey. Mahatma Gandhi, Lala Lajpat Rai, Shaukat Ali and others shouldered the bier by turns.

Tilak led a simple but magnificent life. He offered his everything to the service of his motherland. He wore only a dhoti, a shirt, a shawl on his shoulder and a red ‘Pagadi’ on his head. His life is an example for the millions of our children and the student community, who can look up to the Lokmanya as their role model and achieve excellence in their field of life.

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ए डॉटर्स टेल पंख - सपनों की अनोखी उड़ान

—चन्द्रकांत शर्मा—
आज हमारे समाज की बेटियों और महिलाओं ने अपनी मेहनत और लगन से हर क्षेत्र में अपना एक अनूठा स्थान प्राप्त किया है। ऐसा कोई काम नहीं है, जहां हमारे समाज की महिलाओं ने जौहर न दिखाए हों। इंजीनियर, डॉक्टर, वकील, खेल-जगत एवं मनोरंजन कोई भी क्षेत्र लीजिए-महिलाओं ने पुरुषों को जमकर टक्कर दी है, इसका ताजा उदाहरण हमारे देश की महिला क्रिकेट टीम है, जो महिला क्रिकेट वल्र्ड कप के फाइनल तक अपनी पहचान दर्ज करवा चुकी है।

भारतीय सिनेमा भी इस सोच से अछूता नहीं रहा, आज महिलाएं बढ़-चढक़र इस पेशे से जुड़ रही हैं। एक वक्त था जब फिल्म जगत में भी महिलाओं को दोयम दर्जे का स्थान प्राप्त था, अपनी रचनात्मक प्रतिभा से महिलाओं ने अपनी एक खास जगह बना ली है, न केवल उनकी भागीदारी इस पेशे में बढ़ी हैं, वरन् पिछले काफी समय से सिनेमा के विषयों में भी महिला प्रधान कहानियां सामने आने लगी हैं। मदर-इंडिया, कहानी, क्वीन, मर्दानी व नो वन किल्ड जेसिका जैसी फिल्में इसका जीता जागता उदाहरण है।

यशबाबू एंटरनेटमेंट द्वारा निर्मित फिल्म ए डॉटर्स टेल पंख इसी दिशा में एक सराहनीय कदम है। इस फिल्म के जरिये निर्माता राजिन्द्र वर्मा ‘यशबाबू’ ये सन्देश देना चाहते हैं कि नारी सशक्त तभी होगी जब उसे शिक्षा रूपी पंख दिए जाएं, उसे अपने और दूसरों के खिलाफ हो रहे अन्याय से लडऩे की ताकत शिक्षा से ही मिल सकती है।

आज औरत मर्दों पर निर्भर नहीं है, उसकी अपनी एक पहचान है, वो अपने हक के लिए पुरुष-प्रधान समाज के सामने लाचार अबला नारी की तरह हाथ जोड़े खड़ी नहीं रहती, बल्कि उसी समाज की आंखों में आंखें डालकर अपने सवालों के जवाब मांगती है, अपने हक की लड़ाई लड़ती है।

फिल्म का निर्देशन प्रेमराज व राजिन्द्र वर्मा ने किया है और छायांकन है अजय आर्य। फिल्म में डॉ. निशिगंधा वाड, स्टैफी पटेल, रागिनी दीक्षित, पारुल कौशिक, पूजा दीक्षित, सुरभि कक्कड़, मेहुल बुच, राहुल जेतली, सुनील लहरी, राहुल चौधरी व सुधीर पांडेय ने मुख्य भूमिकाएं निभाई हैं। फिल्म जल्द ही सिनेमाघरों में रिलीज के लिए तैयार है।

मुंशी प्रेमचंद की 137 वीं जयंती की पूर्व संध्या पर प्रेमचंद के साहित्य की प्रासंगिकता विषयक राष्ट्रीय परिचर्चा का आयोजन

अखिल भारतीय स्वतंत्र पत्रकार एवं लेखक संघ के तत्वावधान में आज संघ के उत्तर पश्चिम दिल्ली के रोहिणी सेक्टर-36 स्थित मुख्यालय बरवाला में संघ के राष्ट्रीय महासचिव दयानंद वत्स की अध्यक्षता में हिंदी के सुप्रसिद्ध साहित्यकार मुंशी प्रेमचंद की 137वीं जयंती की पूर्व संध्या पर श्री दयानंद वत्स ने प्रेमचंद के चित्र पर माल्यार्पण कर उन्हें कृतज्ञ राष्ट्र.की ओर से अपनी भावभीनी श्रद्धांजलि अर्पित की। इस अवसर पर प्रेमचंद के साहित्य की प्रासंगिकता विषयक राष्ट्रीय परिचर्चा का आयोजन किया गया। परिचर्चा में बोलते हुए श्री दयानंद वत्स ने कहा कि प्रेमचंद के साहित्य के सभी पात्र आज भी समाज में जीवंत है। प्रेमचंद के लाखों होरी आज देश कई राज्यों में आई बाढ की विभीषिका से जूझ रहे हैं। उनकी फसलें चौपट हो चुकी हैं। प्रकृति का कहर कभी सूखा तो कभी बाढ के रुप में किसानों पर कहर बनकर टूट रहा है। आजादी के सत्तर सालों के बाद भी किसानों और मजदूरों की बदहाल स्थिति में कोई बदलाव नहीं आया है। पूंजीपतियों और साहूकारों के शोषण और दमन का सिलसिला बदस्तूर जारी है। ऐसे में मुंशी प्रेमचंद का समूचा साहित्य आज भी प्रासंगिक है। वरिष्ठ लेखक श्री प्रदीप श्रीवास्तव और श्री सुभाष वर्मा ने एक स्वर से मुंशी प्रेमचंद की रचनाओं के सामाजिक महत्व पर प्रकाश डालते हुए कहा कि प्रेमचंद भारत के 130 करोड लोगों में कहीं न कहीं परिलक्षित हो ही जा है।

कामधेनु गोधाम में रविवार 30 जुलाई को मासिक हवन समारोह का आयोजन

तावडू - कस्बा क्षेत्र के गांव स्थित बिस्सर अकबरपुर स्थित कामधेनु गोधाम में रविवार 30 जुलाई को मासिक हवन समारोह का आयोजन किया गया। इस अवसर कामधेनु सिलाई प्रशिक्षण केंद्र का उदघाटन किया। यह सिलाई केंद्र महावीर इंटरनेशल गुरुग्राम के सहयोग से शुरु किया गया । जिसमें ग्रामीण अंचल की जरुरतमंद महिलाओं को निशुल्क सिलाई का प्रशिक्षण दिया जाएगा। 

समारोह में मुख्यअतिथि वैपकोस के सीएमडी श्री आर के गुप्ता ने कामधेनु गोधाम द्वारा किए जा रहे कार्यों की सराहना करते हुए कहा कि श्री गुप्ता जी के तरह हर अधिकारी को सेवानिवृति के बाद इस प्रकार के सामाजिक कार्य करने चाहिए ताकि उनका बाकि का जीवन सफल हो सके और वे देश, समाज के विकास में अपनी महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभा सकें। उन्होंने कहा कि देश विदेश में हजारों करोड की परियोजनाओं पर काम किया है लेकिन गोधाम में गोपालन, जैविक खाद, पंचगव्य , बायोगैस सयंत्र उनसे कहीं अधिक लाभकारी और प्रगतिशील दिख रहे हैं।ै श्री गुप्ता ने वैपकोस कंपनी की सीएसआर के तहत पांच लाख रुपये देने की घोषणा की ।

समारोह में विशिष्ट अतिथि मघ्यप्रदेश के अतिरिक्त पुलिस महानिदेशक श्री आरके गर्ग, आईपीएस, ने कामधेनु गोधाम को एक आदर्श गौशाला बताया और कहा कि देश में ग्रामीण विकास, प्रगति कामधेनु गोधाम का माडल अपना कर हासिल की जा सकती है। गाय हमारी आर्थिक, सामाजिक उन्नति का आधार रहा है। उन्होंने कामधेनु गोधाम में चार प्रकार के स्थापित बायोग्ेस प्लांटों, गोअर्क एवं गोनाइल बनाने की कार्यशाला का अवलोकन किया और इनमें अपनाई जा रही तकनीक की सरहाना की। इस मौके पर आरएसएस के हरियाणा प्रांत के संपर्क विभाग से जुडे एवं विवेक शिक्षा समिति के चेयरमेन श्री महावीर भारद्धाज ने कहा कि पूरे देश में कामधेनु गोधाम जैसी गोशालाएं स्थापित करने की आवश्यकता है। हर घर में एक गाय का पालन हो। उन्होंने इस बात पर खुशी जताई की कामधेनु गोधाम गोसंरक्षण के साथ गोसंवर्धन का कार्य भी कर रहा है। 

कामधेनु गोधाम के संस्थापक चेयरमैन श्री एसपी गुप्ता ने गोबर से घर में गैस एवं बिजली, खेतों में खाद तथा बीमारियों में औषधि के रुप में अपनाने पर बल दिया। उन्होंने कहा कि गव्य विकिरण विरोधी है। विदेशों में विशेष तौर से जापान में इसका पूरा फायदा उठाया जा रहा है। श्री गुप्ता ने महावीर इंटरनेशनल गुरुग्राम के अध्यक्ष श्री अभय जैन का सिलाई केंद्र स्थापित करने में आभार व्यक्त किया। उन्होंने जानकारी दी कि सिलाई केद्र में महिलाओं छह माह प्रशिक्षण दिया जाएगा। कोर्स पूरा करने वाली महिलाओं को प्रमाण पत्र के साथ सिलाई मशीन भी निशुल्क दी जााएगी जिसके आधार पर वह आत्मनिर्भर बन सके और नौकरी भी कर सके। श्री गुप्ता ने कहा कि महिलाएं आत्मनिर्भर बनेगी तभी हमारा समाज स्वावलंबी बनेगा। 

समारोह के मुख्य अतिथि, विशिष्ट अतिथियों एवं अन्य महानुभवों ने प्रभु श्री कृष्ण जी के प्रिय वृक्ष कदम को लगाकर वनमहोत्सव का शुभारंभ किया। हवन में यजमान के तौर पर श्री आशुतोष गर्ग एवं उनकी धर्मपत्नी श्रीमती पूजा गर्ग शामिल हुए। गोधाम की अध्यक्षा श्रीमति शशि गुप्ता ने सभी मेहमानों का आभार प्रकट करते हुए मुख्य अतिथि, विशिष्ट अतिथियों सहित अन्य महानुभावों को स्मृतिचिंह भेंट किए। इस मौके पर जरुरतमंद गोभक्तों को पंचगव्य निर्मित औषधि वितरित की गई। समारोह में आए सभी गोभक्तों ने गोवंश को सवामणि अर्पित की और प्रसाद ग्रहण किया। 

इस मौके पर सीबीआई के अतिरिक्त निदेशक श्री योगेश मोदी आईपीएस, दिल्ली पश्चित विहार सत्यमेव जयते फाउंडेशन के संचालक श्री राजेश गोयल, दिल्ली से अनमोल मोती संगठन की अध्यक्षा स्नेहलता गर्ग, प्रसिद्ध समाजसेवी विजयपाल गर्ग, श्रवण गुप्ता , श्री महेंद्र मित्तल, श्री मनीष मित्तल एवं उनकी धर्मपत्नी श्रीमति कविता मित्तल, अनुव्रत न्यास के प्रभारी श्री रमेश कांडपाल जी, प्रसिद्ध समाजसेवी श्री धर्मपाल पहलवान कोटा, महावीर इंटरनेशनल के अध्यक्ष श्री अभय जैन एवं श्रीमती मंजु जैन, श्री राजकुमार अग्रवाल,डॉ पवन, श्री महेश वर्मा जी अशोक विहार दिल्ली , तावडू से श्री सुनील ंिजंदल, श्री फतेहचंद बंसल, श्री धर्मबीर गर्ग उर्फ पप्पू , श्री महेंद्र गोयल, श्री रमेश आर्य, श्री विनोद गर्ग, श्री बीबी गुप्ता पूर्व कार्यकारी अभियंता बिजली निगम, श्री नरेश गुप्ता, श्री अनुपम गुप्ता उर्फ विक्की, श्री ब्रिकम गुप्ता गुडगांव, श्री अजय पोदार, श्री रवि ंिसंघल मालिबु टाउन, श्री जगदीश बवेजा , मृदुल खेमका, अश्वनी भारद्धाज, राजकुमार अग्रवाल श्री भगवत शर्मा ,अनिल कुमार बिस्सर अकबरपुर, श्री नवीन शर्मा सूंध निवासी, मोहम्मदपुर सरपंच श्री सुभाष यादव , हिपा गुरुग्राम से डाक्टर अभय श्रीवास्तव, इंजीनियर श्री अमित कुमार सहित क्षेत्रीय गांवों केे गणमान्य लोग एवं गोधाम प्रबंधन समिति के सदस्य उपस्थित रहे।

Happy Birthday-- Sonu Nigam

Saturday, July 29, 2017

यूनिवर्सल वुमन का खिताब हुआ नुपूर मेहता के नाम

—चन्द्रकांत शर्मा—

स्पेन में आयोजित ब्यूटी कान्टेस्ट में भारत की नुपूर मेहता को मिस यूनिवर्सल वुमन वर्ल्ड ऑफ़ द इयर वूमन के खिताब से नवाजा गया है। इस ब्यूटी कॉन्टेस्ट में उन्होंने तीन टैलेंट राउंड अपने नाम किए जिनमें नेशनल कॉस्टयूम में उन्हें सेकेंड पॉजीशन मिली। बेस्ट स्माइल मेें फर्स्ट पॉजीशन, जिसके लिए उन्हें 500 यूरोस भी मिले और आखिर में उन्होंने मिस यूनिवर्सल वुमन वर्ल्ड ऑफ़ द इयर का ताज अपने नाम किया।

नुपूर का नोएडा में आर्टिफिसियल ज्वैलरी का शोरूम भी है। वे द रसोई आॅन व्हील एनजीओ के साथ भी जुड़ी हुई हैं, जिसका लक्ष्य जरूरतमंद लोगों को स्वस्थ भोजन मुहैया कराना है। नुपूर ने बताया कि भूखे लोगों को खाना खिलाने के आज कई संस्थाएं काम कर रही हैं व हमारे देश में लोग खाने खिलाने के लिए भण्डारे भी लगाते रहते हैं। परन्तु हमारा उद्देश्य है कि भूखे लोगों को जो खाना मिले, वो साफ—सफाई से बना हो तथा उसमें पोषक तत्व भी भरपूर हों। उन्होंने बताया कि ‘द रसोई ऑन व्हील’ मे साफ-सुथरे और साफ टिफ़िन बक्से को पैक किया जाता हैं।

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JRD TATA – Doyen of Indian Industry

Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata or JRD Tata, fondly referred to as JRD, was one of India’s most innovative business tycoons, a great visionary and is known as the Father of Civil Aviation in India. Under JRD, the Tata Group grew into one of the most esteemed and successful industrial groups in India. He personified the lofty ideals of ethics, compassion, generosity and dynamism and was India’s most enterprising entrepreneurs ever.

JRD Tata was born in the distinguished and industrious Tata family, as Jehangir on July 29th 1904 to Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata and his French wife Suzanne in Paris. He spent a major portion of his childhood in France. JRD was educated in France, London, Japan and India. His mother died at the young age of 43. After her death, his father sent him to England for higher studies. Meanwhile, a law was passed in France that all French boys aged 20 had to enlist in the army for at least a year. He was in the French army for a year after which his father asked him to return to India.

JRD joined Tata Sons in 1925 as an unpaid apprentice. In 1929, he gave up his French citizenship and became an Indian citizen. From a young age, JRD was adventurous and had been spellbound by aeroplanes, inspired by the pioneer Louis Bleriot. He pursued his passion of flying and obtained India’s first pilot licence in 1929. He was a stickler for perfection and excellence in all walks of life. He married Thelma Vicaji in 1930. The couple had no children. JRD was known for his out-of-the-box thinking and his sharp business strategy. He demonstrated his keen entrepreneurial spirit by plunging into the fledgling aviation industry in India. He established India’s first commercial airline – Tata Airlines (which later became Air India) in 1932. He pioneered civil aviation in India by piloting the inaugural flight from Karachi to Bombay in 1932. JRD again performed his solo Karachi-Bombay flight to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Air India. In 1982, the Commemorative Golden Jubilee Flight from Karachi to Bombay was piloted by JRD, then 78 years young!

When JRD was just 34 years old, he became Chairman of Tata Sons – the largest Indian conglomerate, and while abiding by high ethical values, he led the group to unprecedented success. He was an outstanding leader of men – he identified and leveraged the individual strengths of his team members, while downplaying their limitations, thus attaining success for the organization. He promoted entrepreneurial talent and proficiency in his team. JRD Tata’s latent genius for man management came to the forefront when he settled into his role as Chairman. JRD Tata had the noble, unselfish thought that what is good for India is good for Tatas.

As Trustee of the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust from 1932 for more than 50 years, he was instrumental in the founding of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in 1936, Tata Memorial Centre for Cancer Research and Treatment in Mumbai in 1941, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in 1945 and the National Centre for Performing Arts in 1969. He established Tata Engineering & Locomotive Company (TELCO –now Tata Motors) in 1945, with collaboration from Daimler-Benz of Germany. 

In 1948, JRD launched India’s first international airline – Air India International. In 1953, Air India was nationalised by the Govt of Jawaharlal Nehru, a decision which JRD had opposed with unrelenting effort. JRD was then appointed by the Govt of India as Chairman of Air India and Director on the board of Indian Airlines – posts he held for the next 25 years. He was unceremoniously sacked as Chairman of Air India by the then Govt of India in 1978. In an interview, JRD said: “It was the biggest moral and mental setback I had ever to suffer. I felt like a parent who had lost his favourite child.” In 1980, JRD was reappointed to the Boards of Air India and Indian Airlines.

JRD Tata was far ahead of his times. He was deeply concerned about his workers. In 1956, he took the initiative of closely associating workers with the management and gave workers a stronger say in the interactions of the company. He was a strong advocate of employee welfare and championed the cause of a working day of eight hours (much before USA or England had formally included it in their legislation), provident scheme, free medical aid, and accident compensation plans for workers, which were later implemented as statutory requirements in the country. He would always say that he wanted India to be a ‘happy country’ rather than an economic superpower.

In 1968, JRD Tata established the Tata Computer Centre (now Tata Consultancy Services). In 1979, Tata Steel introduced a new practice: a worker was considered to be “at work” from the moment he left home for work till he returned home from work. Thus, the company was made financially liable for any calamity of the worker on the way from and to work. Considering the quality of life, welfare, roads and sanitation provided by Tata Steel, Jamshedpur was chosen as the first South Asian city to join the select band of six cities in the world for the UN Global Compact Cities Pilot programme in 2005.

It was under JRD’s insightful leadership that the Tata Group expanded in diverse fields like automobiles, steel, power, tea, chemicals, hospitality and information technology, becoming one of India’s most trusted and best known global brands. When he started, he had 14 companies under his leadership; when he left five decades later, Tata Sons had become a gigantic organization comprising 95 enterprises which they had either founded or in which they had controlling interests. He was instrumental in placing the Tata group on the international map. JRD stepped down as Chairman of Tata Sons in 1991 and Ratan Tata succeeded him.

The assets of the Tata group grew exponentially under JRD’s leadership from Rs. 62 crores in 1939 to over Rs. 10, 000 crores in 1990. JRD Tata passed away in Geneva, Switzerland at the age of 89 years on November 29, 1993. With his demise, an era came to an end. The Indian Parliament was adjourned in his memory – a rare honour, rarely given to those not members of Parliament. He was buried in Paris.

JRD’s constant attempts to make the world a better place won him several valued awards. In 1948, he was bestowed with the honorary rank of Group Captain by the Indian Air Force. He was promoted to Air Commodore rank and further promoted in 1974 to Air Vice-Marshal rank. For his contribution to aviation, he was awarded the Tony Jannus Award in 1979, the Gold Air Medal of the Federation Aeronautique International in 1985, the Edward Warner Award of the International Civil Aviation Organisation in 1986 and the Daniel Guggenheim Medal in 1988. In 1955, JRD received the Padma Vibhushan. He was conferred The French Legion of Honour in 1983. He was conferred India’s highest civilian honour – the Bharat Ratna – in 1992 for his noble humanitarian deeds. He was also awarded the United Nations Population Award in 1992 for his vigorous campaign of starting and effectively putting into action the family planning movement in India. It was only much later that family planning became an official policy of the government. The Maharashtra Government also honoured JRD Tata by naming its first double-decker flyover at Nasik Phata in Pune as ‘Bharat Ratna JRD Tata Udaan Pul’.

When JRD was informed of the government’s decision of awarding him the Bharat Ratna, he reportedly said: “Why me? I don't deserve it. The Bharat Ratna is usually given to people who are dead or it is given to politicians. I am not prepared to oblige the government on the former and I am not the latter.”

It is less known that JRD was an ardent writer of letters. The Tata Archives in Pune have over 40,000 letters JRD wrote to his family, friends, political leaders, business acquaintances and the common people. Young people wrote to JRD, asking for his advice. He would reply them with sincere and intense conviction. A young lady of the Indian Institute of Science, who was annoyed at an advertisement of TELCO (now Tata Motors) that said that women need not apply, wrote a letter to JRD that it was unbefitting of a respected group like the Tatas. She received a telegram asking her to attend an interview. The lady, none other than Sudha Murty, wife of Narayan Murty of Infosys, got the job.

Despite the fact that JRD was the leader of the largest business group in India, he would offer lifts to people on the road, in his car. This speaks volumes for his simple nature.

He advocated a business mantra of ‘Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta’, which means ‘good thoughts, good words and good deeds’. Here are a few of JRD Tata’s quotes, which serve as a guide for entrepreneurs even today:

* If I were to attribute any single reason to such success as I have achieved, I would say that success would not have been possible without a sustained belief that what I did or attempted to do would serve the needs and interests of our country and our people and that I was a trustee of such interests.
* No success or achievement in material terms is worthwhile unless it serves the needs or interests of the country and its people and is achieved by fair and honest means.
* I do not want India to be an economic superpower. I want India to be a happy country.
* Live life a little dangerously.
* Nothing worthwhile is ever achieved without deep thought and hard work.
* To lead men, you have to lead them with affection.
* Making steel may be compared to making a chappati. To make a good chappati, even a golden pin will not work unless the dough is good.
* If you want excellence, you must aim at perfection. It has its drawbacks, but being finicky is essential.
* The future belongs to the young. We must not only trust them with responsibility but must thrust it upon them whilst they are still young and full of energy, zest, hope and even illusions. However heart-breaking it may be to ourselves, we must make way for the new generations even when we feel we are still in our prime.

This was the message of one of JRD Tata’s companies in appreciation:

He touched the sky and it smiled.
He stretched out his arms and they encircled the globe.
His vision made giants of men and organizations.

On the occasion of JRD's 113th birth anniversary, let us pay our tribute to the doyen of Indian industry and remember the traditions, values and business ethics he lived by.

Anup Y. Attavar
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Happy Birthday-- Sanjay Dutt

Friday, July 28, 2017


India with the help of advanced technology ,editorial sophistication and big global channels is on verge of becoming the media capital of the world before the year 2020 and will take on BBC, CNN and other global channels .

“India is the only country where media can question any one on any subject including religion, the kind of journalism that we practice, the way we go overboard , boldness being shown by journalist across the nation and bringing out the truth from lies is helping media become agent of social change This will also help us become global media platform before 2020. That is my dream “ said Mr Arnab Goswami , eminent TV personality and Managing Director, republic TV while speaking at an Interactive session “News as an Agent of Change’ organised by FICCI ladies Organisation (FLO) here today.

“ The Delhi city has been has helped me grow in my career as I have spent t nine and a half years of my professional life in Delhi and always felt that it was not a city that supported pure merit. “In 2000-2001, I was about to leave this profession. I was frustrated as a reporter and journalist in Delhi since I felt I was a cog in the wheel. .After shifting base to Mumbai which was the best decision I ever made and helped me do my kind of journalism and what we do is possible for bringing in social change because I was physically separated from the centre of power of this country. This city has taught me the values of merit, independence and professionalism. I owe everything that I am today and everything that I can be, with your support, to this Delhi and Mumbai city,”said Arnab.

“ The television media has made politicians of this country accountable for their doings. We play a conscious role towards being a force multiplier for social movements. Such was the case during the India Against Corruption movement, in which Anna Hazare, Kiran Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan came together. Today, when now media questions Kejriwal as a politician, people ask me, ‘Have you forgotten that you are the same people, who put Kejriwal on a pedestal?’ But I never supported Arvind Kejriwal. I supported the fight against corruption. Our support was for the Lokpal movement and not for a group that wanted to become a political party.” Said Mr Arnab Goswami.

“It’s always a tough decision to take the path less travelled. Rival channels have always accused me of being over the top and presenting a dumbed-down version of the news. However I am a firm believer in my form of journalism. We have created a form of journalism in our country, which does not believe in the ‘underhand delivery’. I look upon us as new-age journalists. It is my responsibility to throw those in power a googly or bouncer once in a while.” He said.

“ I never wanted to become a journalist or do I enjoy it but then there are moments when I realise how journalism can change the lives of ordinary people,” he said.

“There are people who allege that Times Now only focuses on sensational journalism. To which Arnab gave a brief account of his stint with NDTV as a young journalist. “Appan Menon was my news editor and he wanted me to cover a story. The story was about a child who had fallen into an open manhole. I told him I didn’t want to do it since it is a small story. I wanted to cover foreign affairs and politics. Appan told me, ‘One day, Arnab, you will realise what a big mistake you made. The biggest story is that our country is the only country in the world, where a child comes out of school and falls into a manhole that should have been covered by the government’. Appan died six months later but that guilt stayed with me.”

Ten years later, the Times Group launched Times Now. Arnab said, “I am a great believer of the Almighty, who opens your eyes and makes you realise your mistakes. In 2006, a child in Kurukshetra fell into an open borewell. My news editor felt it was a Hindi news channel story. I asked myself, what is an English news channel story? Is it the Democratic and Republican vote share in Arkansas? Or a story about the Ministry of External Affairs? My heart went back to the mistake that I had made ten years ago. I went to the office and told my people to forget everything else and do this story.”

Arnab shared another anecdote which he termed “as another mistake” in his career. This incident happened when actor Sanjay Dutt was being transported from Mumbai’s Arthur Road Jail to Pune’s Yerwada prison. “I sent my reporters and camerapersons to cover Sanjay Dutt’s story. While I was having my lunch, I got a phone call from someone in Bengaluru, who had been following my career and Times Now since a long time. He vowed never to watch my channel again. I was surprised and asked him why. He said that his best friend, Colonel Vasanth Venugopal had died in a combat with terrorists on the border. But not a single news channel had bothered to cover the martyrdom of this man. I was shocked and apologised to him. Suddenly, the whole Sanjay Dutt drama looked puerile to me. I invited the man to come on my programme and he agreed.”

But Arnab was in for a surprise. Before he went live, he asked his producer if the guest was ready. His producer replied, “Yes, she is ready”. Arnab told him it was a man, who had called but his producer interrupted and said, “Col. Venugopal’s wife, Subhashini, has decided to come on your programme.” Arnab recalled, “Here was a lady, who had cremated her husband four hours ago. What do I ask her? I started off by asking some opening questions. She spoke for ten minutes from her heart – about her husband, about how proud she was of him and about her children. I immediately got a call from Col. J. J. Singh, who was the Chief of Army Staff at that time. He asked me for the brave lady’s number. The incident changed my perspective of journalism forever.”

Towards the end of his speech, Arnab posed a thought-provoking question to the FLO members He asked, “What kind of media do you want in this country? Do you want this media, irrespective of how noisy, argumentative and difficult it is? Or would you like to have the tame, quiet and sophisticated media that bowls underhand deliveries?”

FLO President, Ms Vasvi Bharat Ram speaking on the occasion said said, “FLO is the most apt platform to connect, learn and grow.

We recognise the success stories of true achievers and provide a platform for the members to be inspired by them. This programme has provided us an excellent opportunity to be motivated by the inspiring success story of Arnab Goswami and learn about his journey to success.”

She further said, “Considering the fact that media persons have to walk a tightrope between the establishment and their duty to the citizenry, the bottom line imperative ought to be fairness, truthfulness, and objectivity in their reporting. We heard from the stalwart himself, the journey of being the valiant news-person that he is, the challenges and the achievements in the pathway to success , the most talked about Times Now breakaway, and the return with the bang ‘Republic’- all of these and much more.”

राष्ट्रवाद और पत्रकारिता विषयक परिचर्चा में गूंजे एकता के स्वर, शिक्षा और पत्रकारिता जगत के दिग्गज प्रथम महानगर ग्लोबल अचीवर्स अवार्ड्स से नवाजे गए

महानगर मेल के तत्वावधान में आज नई दिल्ली के इंडिया इंटरनेशनल सेंटर में निदेशक श्री रणवीर गहलौत की अध्यक्षता में राष्ट्रवाद और पत्रकारिता विषयक राष्ट्रीय परिचर्चा और प्रथम महानगर ग्लोबल अचीवर्स अवार्ड्स समारोह का भव्य आयोजन किया गया। एंकर राखी बख्शी के संयोजन मेंं सभी मुख्य वक्ताओं में श्री हबीब अख्तर और शिवानंद सहर ने समवेत स्वर में कहा कि विविधता के बावजूद राष्ट्रीय एकता ही भारत की विशेषता है।

इस अवसर पर शिक्षा, पत्रकारिता, समाज सेवा, मनोरंजन जगत की दिग्गज हस्तियों को महानगगर ग्लोबल अचीवर्स अवार्ड्स से नवाजा गया गया। शिक्षा और पत्रकारिता के क्षेत्र में सराहनीय सेवाओं ओर उल्लेखनीय योगदान के लिए शिक्षाविद् गांधीवादी विचारक ओर चिंतक दयानंद वत्स को मुख्य अतिथि भाजपा के राष्ट्रीय प्रवक्ता श्री सुदेश वर्मा, डॉ. दिनेश उपाध्याय, मुंबई मेडिकल सेल के सह संयोजक श्री नरेन्द्र बी जैन संचेती ने स्मृति चिन्ह और प्रशस्ति पत्र देकर सम्मानित किया। इलैक्ट्रोनिक मीडिया के क्षेत्र. में दूरदर्शन डीडी न्यूज के समाचार संपादक श्री ओ. पी यादव, किसान चैनल से प्रोडयूसर श्री हरेन्द्र गर्ग एवं दूरदर्शन के खेल संवाददाता श्री अशोक कुमार मरतोलिया, टेन न्यूज से श्री बिपिन शर्मा, प्रिंट मीडिया से वरिष्ठ पत्रकार श्री हबीब अख्तर ओर फोटो जर्नलिस्ट श्री रवि बत्रा के नाम प्रमुख हैं। फिल्म निर्माता श्री बलदेव सिंह बेदी, अभिनेता नफे खान, बॉबी वत्स, संदेश.गौड, अंकुर वर्मा, अभिनेत्री डौली शोही, दलजीत कौर, लीना आचार्य, मॉडल खुशिल यादव, कोरियोग्राफर रमाकांत मुंडे, बाल कलाकार भावना झा को सम्मानित किया गया।

चिकित्सा के क्षेत्र..में डॉ. सुरेंद्र डबास और निक्की डबास, समाजसेवी शबाना खान, मंजीतआहलूवालिया नवाजे गये। इस अवसर पर सुप्रीम कोर्ट के वकील आदेश अग्रवाल, आई. ए सिद्दीकी, श्री कलीराम तौमर, श्री अजय शास्त्री, मुकेश मधुर भी समारोह में उपस्थित थे।

Media Workshop successfully conducted in Campus School

Pantnagar, Udham Singh Nagar, UK:28th July,2017. The Media workshop successfully conducted by Delhi based Senior Journalist, Author & filmmaker S.S.Dogra in Janak Nayar Auditorium, Campus School today. In this workshop more than six hundred students from IX to XII classes participated in two sessions. The said workshop titled “Role of Media in Students’ Life” was very productive for them. Mr. S.S.Dogra shared his more than twenty years experience of his active media skills with the participants students. During his session he gave away very useful tips like how take care of time management in day to day life, listening good programmes aired / telecast inspiring interviews/News bulletins on T.V. to update their knowledge through all the branches of Media like Print, Electronic, Social Media etc. In the concluding part of both sessions, questions & answers sessions were also held during the workshop. 

Dr. K.C.Tewari-Vice Principal of Campus School also appreciated the efforts of Mr. Dogra along with Birendra Singh Karki who is alumni of the school & presently Programme Producer in Pantnagar Janwani 90.8 FM. 

The faculty members Mrs.Veena Mehra, Mr.K.P.Srivastav, Mr.R.K.Pandey, Mrs. Priyanka Bhatt, Mr.Praveen Singh Rana, Mr.Prakash Singh Jalal, Mrs. Kalpana Raverkar, Mrs. Vandana Fulara, Dr. Reena Gupta, Mr.Pushkar Singh Rana, Mrs. Sweta Sharma Budhani were also present during this media workshop along with their students.

वरिष्ठ पत्रकार लेखक एस.एस.डोगरा ने कैम्पस स्कूल में मीडिया कार्यशाला छ:सौ को गुर सिखाएँ
पंतनगर, उधम सिंह नगर स्थित प्रतिशिठित कैम्पस स्कूल के भव्य जनक नैयर सभागार में दिल्ली के वरिष्ठ पत्रकार, लेखक एवं फ़िल्मकार एस.एस.डोगरा ने मीडिया कार्यशाला छ:सौ को गुर सिखाएँ. उक्त मीडिया कार्यशाला में इस स्कूल की नवीं कक्षा से बाहरवीं कक्षा के प्रतिभागी विद्यार्थियों को “मीडिया की विद्यार्थी जीवन में भूमिका” नामक शीर्षक विषय पर केन्द्रित कार्यशाला का सफल आयोजन किया. जिसमें उन्होंने अपने सक्रिय मीडिया क्षेत्र में दो दशकों से भी अद्खिक वर्षों के अनुभवों को उक्त स्कूली छात्र-छात्राओं के संग साझा किया. डोगरा जी ने बच्चों को संबोधित करते हुए बताया कि अपने चारों ओर मीडिया की शाखाओं प्रिंट, इलेक्ट्रॉनिक्स (रेडियो-टीवी), फिल्मों, किताबों, सोशल मीडिया के माध्यम से दैनिक दिनचर्या में मात्र आधा घंटा सुबह तथा आधा घंटा रात्रि सोने से पहले देने से ज्ञान अर्जित कर चमत्कारिक परिणाम प्राप्त किए जा सकते हैं. इससे न केवल ज्ञान वृद्धि होती है बल्कि नियमित पढाई में भी अच्छा करने के अलावा व्यक्तित्व निखार , अच्छे कैरियर चुनाव, कॉलेज, नौकरी आदि पाने में भी सफलता मिलती है. इसी मीडिया कार्यशाला में सामुदायिक रेडियो पंतनगर जनवाणी 90.8 एफएम के प्रोग्राम प्रोडूसर बिरेन्द्र सिंह कार्की ने भी अपने मीडिया अनुभवों को साझा किया. कार्की उक्त स्कूल के ही पूर्व छात्र हैं. 

इस मौके पर स्कूल के उप प्रधानाचार्य डॉ. के.सी.तिवारी ने भी इस मीडिया कार्यशाला के सफल आयोजन के लिए डोगरा जी सहित कार्की जी की भूरी भूरी प्रशंसा की. इस कार्यशाला में स्कूल के शिक्षक वीणा मेहरा, के.पी.श्रीवास्तव, आर.के.पाण्डेय, प्रियंका भट्ट, प्रवीण सिंह राणा, प्रकाश सिंह जलाल, कल्पना रबेरकर, वंदना फुलारा, डॉ. रीना गुप्ता, पुष्कर सिंह राणा एवं स्वेता शर्मा बुधानी ने भी शिरकत की. उक्त मीडिया कार्यशाला के दोनों ही सत्र के अंत में बच्चों के प्रश्नोतरी मंच भी प्रदान किया गया.

AGRI UDAAN - Food & Agri-business Accelerator of a- IDEA, ICAR-NAARM

Happy Birthday-- Ayesha Jhulka

Thursday, July 27, 2017

रूपचन्द इंस्टीट्यूट ऑफ फाइन आर्ट के कला विद्यार्थीयों ने कलाम साहब की पुण्यतिथि पर उनका चित्र बनाकर व पुष्पांजलि अर्पित करके दी श्रद्धांजलि

पूर्व राष्ट्रपति अब्दुल कलाम साहब की पुण्यतिथि पर रूपचन्द इंस्टीट्यूट ऑफ फाइन आर्ट, अशोक विहार, दिल्ली के कला विद्यार्थीयों ने उनका चित्र बनाकर व पुष्पांजलि अर्पित करके अपने अपने तरीके से उन्हे श्रधान्जली दी ! 

इस श्रधान्जली सभा में आर्ट ऑफ गिविंग ट्रस्ट के चेयरमैन शिक्षाविद श्री दयानंद वत्स मुख्य अतिथि के रूप में मौजूद रहे व कला विद्यार्थियों द्वारा निर्मित कलाम साहब की उत्कृष्ट कलाकृतियों को सराहा ! इंस्टीट्यूट के निदेशक श्री रूपचन्द ने बताया कि इन्स्टिट्यूट और इसके विद्यार्थी कलाम साहब की सीख को हमेशा सर्वोपरी रखते हैं, कलाम साहब ने कहा था कि छोटा लक्ष्य बड़ा अपराध है ! इस इन्स्टिट्यूट के सभी विद्यार्थियों को ये बात मुख्य रूप से सिखाई जाती है कि लक्ष्य को सबसे बड़ा रखें और उसे पाने के लिये अपनी पूरी क्षमता लगा दें फ़िर सफलता निश्चित है ! श्रधान्जली देने वालों में चित्रकार सुनील कुमार, पल्लवी गुप्ता, दीपशिखा, प्रियंका चंदवानी, नीलू खन्ना, मेघा शर्मा, शिखा मनरई, अक्षिका गोयल, अनंदिता बिंद्रा, सुमाली मदन गुलाटी, तृषा व साक्षी अग्रवाल मौजूद रहे !


Short Film Uttrakhandi Warrior on Disabled sportperson

Zonal level of IRC( International Robotics Competition) was hosted by Sachdeva Global School

Zonal level of IRC( International Robotics Competition) was hosted by Sachdeva Global School on 1st July , 2017 on the theme ‘Tomorrowland’. More than 25 schools participated at three different levels -Junior, Middle and Senior . This event was organized by Building Blocks. Globalites Dhruv Malhotra and Avinash Jakhar of XII B bagged the third position at the Senior Level.

The motive of the event was:-

To build scientific temperament and 21st century skills in students; and also have a rich learning experience by participating in the event.

To build an eco-system of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) based on hands on learning and to promote creative thinking, problem solving skills through challenging and educational robotics competition.

The students were encouraged to participate in the event to learn and showcase their skills.

Development of Park behind Sadbhavna Apptts sector 22

SDKS Sanstha took the initiative for development & beautification of Park behind Sadbhavna Apptts sector 22, Dwarka after the DDA took over from Mount Carmel school.In about a year the whole park which was dusty ,was grassed.3--4 clusters of Bottlebrush, Palm, Karnodlia, Amla have been developed within a record period of time.

So much do the Sanstha members nurtured the plants in hot weather also.Many shrubs are also being planted in this season also. Prunning of trees was also done.The walkpath was also improved.After long persuasion with BSES the walkpath got electrified.The land scapping was given a new shape by planting a big Palm tree.The single handed efforts of Captn SS Mann with the support of DC Mathur & PS Rathi resulted as the best park of sector 22.The support & co-operation given by sh YD Sharma,Dy Director,Sh Ali Section officer & special thanks for whole hearted support of Pyarelal,supervisor is acknowledged.

Citizen's reporter
D.C. Mathur
Secretary -SDKS

Happy Birthday-- Rahul Bose

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

धूमधाम से मना फैशन डिजाइनर श्वेता बजाज का जन्मदिन

—चन्द्रकांत शर्मा—
फैशन डिजाइनर श्वेता बजाज का जन्मदिन कनॉट प्लेस स्थित आरएसवीपी क्लब में शानदार अंदाज में मनाया गया। जिसमें दिल्ली की फैशन जगत से जुड़ी कई हस्तियां उपस्थित हुई और श्वेता को जन्मदिन की शुभकामनाएं दी। श्वेता राजीव गांधी अवॉर्ड से भी नवाजी जा चुकी हैं और इसके अलावा अन्य कई बड़े शहरों में उनको फैशन के क्षेत्र में सम्मानित भी किया जा चुका है।

श्वेता बजाज ने केक काट कर सभी आये हुए मेहमानों को खिलाया और सभी का आभार प्रकट किया। प्रसिद्ध उद्योगपति अजय राजपाल व उनकी धर्मपत्नी भावना राजपाल भी श्वेता बजाज को जन्मदिन की बधाई देने पहुंचे और उन्होंने श्वेता बजाज की दीर्घायु की कामना की। इस अवसर पर मशहूर मेकअप आर्टिस्ट मंजू चौधरी, सोशल पर्सनेलिटी आरती अरोड़ा, शैली, कंवलप्रीत, रतनदीप लाल, जाजो, अभिषेक, अंशुमन त्रिपाठी व वीजे सहित अनेक फैशन जगत की हस्तियां उपस्थित थीं।

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