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S. Nihal Singh; Ink in his veins

OBITUARY By AJ Philip Surendra Nihal Singh (88) was just a byline until I joined the Hindustan Times on transfer from Patna in 1990. That is when I started editing his articles in the Hindustan Times. I enjoyed editing his pieces because they required no editing at all. Unlike many writers who leave a lot … Continue reading S. Nihal Singh; Ink in his veins

World heritage day celebrated at National Rail Museum

/New Delhi World Heritage Day is celebrated globally on 18th April every year to create awareness about past cultures, artifacts and monuments among communities. This year the theme is ‘Heritage for Generations’, emphasizing on inter-generational transfer of knowledge. Indian Railways are the proud owner of 04 UNESCO World Heritage Sites viz. Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Nilgiri … Continue reading World heritage day celebrated at National Rail Museum

Senior advocate Salar Khan is no more

New Delhi Senior advocate Salar Muhammad Khan died here on Saturday, 8 April. He was 52 years old. He is survived by wife, daughter and son. He basically belonged to Jaipur in Rajasthan but had made Delhi his home where he practiced law for the last three decades. He was a dedicated defender of the … Continue reading Senior advocate Salar Khan is no more

North East loses 2 journalists in a week

JFA express grief over death of Thokchom and Kakati By Our Correspondent / Guwahati North East has lost two prominent journalists last week. they were Manipur based senior journalist Khelen Thokchom and Assam based Mohan Kakati.  Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) expresses profound grief at the sudden demise of Khelen Thokchom, who was one of the active media persons … Continue reading North East loses 2 journalists in a week

Delhi’s teachers get training in Hindi, Mathematics

By Neelam Jeena Society for All Round Development, SARD has started a pilot project in Delhi to improve methods of teaching in South Delhi municipal corporation schools. Developed in coordination with Michael Susan Dell Foundation ( MSDF), the SARD project is based on teacher traineeing techniques. Th project has several unique features. Under the project, … Continue reading Delhi’s teachers get training in Hindi, Mathematics

Seminar on emotional abuse in relationships

New Delhi A workshop was organised at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College here to identify the nature of emotional abuse and ways to deal with them, “The workshop titled ‘Emotional abuse in relationships’ was recently organised jointly by the college and zyego, a company working in the areas of emotional wellness. With huge participation of students … Continue reading Seminar on emotional abuse in relationships

Urdu recitation of Mahabharata performed at Tihar

AMN / NEW DELHI A recitation of the great epic Mahabharata was performed in Urdu at Tihar jail in New Delhi yesterday. ‘Dastan e Karan’ was performed by Mehmood Farooqui, written by him during his incarceration in the Tihar prisons. BSF Director General KK Sharma was the chief guest of the function, while DG prisons … Continue reading Urdu recitation of Mahabharata performed at Tihar

Shatrughan Sinha wins lifetime achievement award in UK

Cine star -politician Shatrughan Sinha has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to the fields of arts and politics. The annual Political and Public Life Awards instituted by Britain’s Asian Voice weekly newspaper was presented at a ceremony in the UK’s Parliament complex in London yesterday. Sinha, who started his career … Continue reading Shatrughan Sinha wins lifetime achievement award in UK

Kapoor, Ayyappan family ask media to respect privacy of the family

Statement from the Kapoor, Ayyappan and Marwah family The past few days have been trying times for us as a family. Today, particularly, has been one of the hardest. We laid to rest a beautiful soul who has gone too soon.She leaves behind a legacy that is unique. Her talent was undeniable, her beauty unmatched … Continue reading Kapoor, Ayyappan family ask media to respect privacy of the family

International Seminar on “Indian Classical Music: Teaching and Performing Abroad”

Sri Krishna /New Delhi With increasing interest in Indian classical music forms abroad, the Department of Music of Delhi University is holding a two-day International Seminar in collaboration with Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) with focus on “ Indian Classical Music: Teaching and Performing Abroad” from Tuesday with eminent musicians participating in the discussions … Continue reading International Seminar on “Indian Classical Music: Teaching and Performing Abroad”

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