A man crushed by Shatabdi in Zirakpur

[ad_1] An unidentified man was run over by the Shatabdi Express near the Dhakoli railway gate at around 9pm on Friday. Police say the deceased, who appeared to be 35, was walking on the train tracks when he was hit by the train. He was dressed in a blue shirt and jeans, but carried no … Read more

Chandigarh | The yoga college organizes an orientation program

[ad_1] An orientation was held for the Bachelor of Education, Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy and a Basic Certificate in Yoga Education course was held at the Government College of Yoga Education and Health on Saturday. Principal Dr. Sapna Nanda hosted Chief Guest Swami Anupma Anand of the Ramakrishna Mission. The program began with the … Read more

Durga Puja Committees in Noida are gearing up for a big festival after a two-year hiatus

[ad_1] After a two-year lull, Durga Puja committees in Noida are back in action, planning new cultural themes and events for some of the city’s oldest pandals. The celebrations will begin on October 1 and end on October 5, Dashami Day. The Noida Kalibari Durga Puja in Sector 26 celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. … Read more

“Hindu spiritualism or “unity in diversity”?

[ad_1] Sudheendra Kulkarni, ex-assistant of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, in his article (“Reach out for Bharat Jodo”, IE, September 12) while hosting the Yatra, criticizes the yatra for not being based on Hindu spiritualism. According to him, Hindu spiritualism is the basis of the unity of India. He also praises RSS for popularizing … Read more


[ad_1] Face2News/Chandigarh The Government College of Yoga Education and Health held an orientation program today for B.Ed Yoga, PGDYT and BCCYE students. The principal of the college, Dr. Sapna Nanda, welcomed Swami Anupma Anand of Ramakrishna Mission, the chief guest of the occasion along with the students. In her welcome speech, she talked about the … Read more

CropLife India in conjunction with SAMETI is conducting a training program on “Application of Kisan Drone Technology in Agriculture” across West Bengal

[ad_1] FPOs targeted for effective knowledge transfer and wider dissemination Narendrapur, West Bengal, India (NewsView) CropLife India, an association of 16 R&D driven crop science companies and the leading voice of the crop science industry in India, launched an awareness and training program on “Application of Kisan Drone Technology in Agriculture” across the state … Read more

Inter-school scientific seminar organized in town

[ad_1] SHILLONG, September 22: As part of its centenary celebrations, Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School held the 17th Inter-School (Junior/Senior) Science Seminar, attended by 14 schools.According to a statement, in the junior category, Shubhojit Dey from Laban Bengalee Boys’ Senior Secondary School won the champion’s trophy while the first and second trophies were won … Read more

LRR, JCI organizes a cycling rally

[ad_1] The rally started from the Japanese garden. Before the rally, Kishor Thutheja and Mr. Israil Khan gave the warm-up session and the laughter exercise. After the rally flag, he headed towards College of Law Square, – Shankar Nagar – Laxmi Nagar – Mate chowk to the finish point which was the statue of Swami … Read more

2022 General Awareness Quiz Series: September 22

[ad_1] 2022 General Awareness Quiz Series: September 22: Hello Students, General awareness is an essential part of all government exams. It is best to prepare this section daily and review it using the information sheet provided. Bankersadda team brought you a new series in which we will provide 10 questions and answers, other options of … Read more

In India, ‘religious beliefs’, not a humanitarian crisis, spark more charity

[ad_1] New Delhi: During the COVID-19 pandemic, between October 2020 and September 2021, “religious belief” was the main motivator for donations by Indian households, a study has found. He revealed that Indians mainly donated to religious organizations – an estimated total of Rs 16,600 crore – during the period. The study titled ‘How India Gives … Read more