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Discrimination between cricketers and medal winners in Asian games

By MADHU AGRAWAL Medals won by most Indians in Asian games are mostly by youngsters coming from extremely poor families, and they will be soon forgotten by governments and people of this country like a five-year old child Budhia who created record in 55-kms race. Budhi is presently in poor health of malnutrition. More recently Harish … Continue reading Discrimination between cricketers and medal winners in Asian games

Prof. Anand Kumar elected as president of Society for Communal Harmony

AMN / New Delhi Professor Anand Kumar has been unanimously elected the president of the Society for Communal Harmony on Thursday. The post fall vacant due to death of noted journalist Kuldeep Nayar who was the president of the society. Prof. Anand Kumar is a well-known sociologist of the country and held many high positions … Continue reading Prof. Anand Kumar elected as president of Society for Communal Harmony

99.3% currency back in banks– Probe needed if fake currency also deposited by banks

BY MADHU AGRAWAL Annual report of Reserve Bank of India -RBI indicating that rupees 15.31 lakh crores out of total 15.41 lakh crores worth demonetized currency on 08.11.2016 which comes out to be approximately 99.3 percent of demonetized notes of rupees 500 and 1000 returned to banks creates doubt that either fake currency has been … Continue reading 99.3% currency back in banks– Probe needed if fake currency also deposited by banks

UAE at forefront of Empowering Women Worldwide

By Our Correspondent United Arab Emirates UAE today celebrated the Emirati Women’s Day. On this day (August 28) UAE remember the achievements of Emirati women and their role in the development of the UAE. This year’s Women’s day coincides with the 100th anniversary of founder of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Women … Continue reading UAE at forefront of Empowering Women Worldwide

Austerity-Measures by Pakistan Should be Followed More Vigorously in India

By MADHU AGRAWAL / NEW DELHI The austerity-measures approved by new Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan which include ban on first-class air-travel by even President, Chief Justice and Chairpersons of two Houses of Parliament. He even imposed ban on use of special aircrafts for international visits by Pakistan Prime Minister. It may be recalled … Continue reading Austerity-Measures by Pakistan Should be Followed More Vigorously in India

अनुसूचित जाति एवं दलित अल्पसंख्यक भाईचारा सम्मेलन का आयोजन

एस .ज़ेड. मलिक / नई दिल्ली दिल्ली डेमोक्रेटिक एलाइंस द्वारा अनुसूचित जाति एवं दलित अल्पसंख्यक (मुस्लिम,सिख,क्रिश्चन, बौद्ध) भाईचारा सम्मेलन का आयोजन। में पटना से मुख्य अतिथि के रूप में उपस्थित पूर्व राज्य सभा सांसद डॉ0 एजाज़ अहमद ने सभी पिछड़े जातियो से आह्वान किया कि हम सब को अब एक होने की आवश्यकता इसलिये की … Continue reading अनुसूचित जाति एवं दलित अल्पसंख्यक भाईचारा सम्मेलन का आयोजन

NSS volunteers to support Pledge for Life Campaign in Assam

Guwahati Pledge for Life Campaign, which aims at saving children from tobacco, has been initiated in Assam and started in three universities of Assam at Dibrugarh, Silchar and Guwahati districts. The Pledge for Life campaign aims at preventing children from initiating the use of tobacco. The National Service Scheme (NSS) in Assam has more than … Continue reading NSS volunteers to support Pledge for Life Campaign in Assam

Jamaat appeals for help for flood-stricken people of Kerala

Dear brothers and sisters! You must be aware that Kerala is witnessing the greatest calamity in its history. It has been struck by a tragic disaster that has already taken the lives of more than 400 people and rendered over seven lakh homeless and forced them to migrate to other secure areas. More than 50,000 … Continue reading Jamaat appeals for help for flood-stricken people of Kerala

What was crime of my child? , asks wailing mother of Pradhyumn

AMN / NEW DELHI Sushma Thakur , the wailing mother of Pradhyumn, the 7- year old boy who was brutally murdered at a Gurugram School few month back continues to ask a question repeatedly: “What was the fault of my child? I sent my kid to school for education but his throat was slit there. … Continue reading What was crime of my child? , asks wailing mother of Pradhyumn

Vajpayee as I know him

By Onkar Singh Former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpaee was the one of the tallest political leader in the post independence era. Soft spoken Vajpayee would at times target even his colleagues through double meaning sentence as he did in case of his lifelong friend L.K.Advani. Vajpayeeji while speaking on Pervez Mushraf said while we … Continue reading Vajpayee as I know him

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