Richa Chadda to become the face and voice of the Save the Elephants campaign Richa Chadha is one of the most strikingly amazing actresses in the industry. With critically acclaimed films and roles to her name, Richa has proved her mettle way ahead of her years. However, she is not only a talented actress, but also a wonderful human being. Richa has always been vocal about her opinions on social issues and has never back...
In a quick response to appeal of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to save Punjab from Drug menace, the highest Sikh temporal seat Akal Takht Jathedar Gyani Gurbachan Singh came forward to save youth from drug addiction.
Hyderabad: India has so far saved over Rs.90,000 crore with the use of Aadhaar, UIDAI Chairman J. Satyanarayana said on Wednesday.
Delhi – The Indian Express
Directly holding police administration responsible for continuous deaths of youth due to drugs in state, the youth wing of Aam Aadmi Party today warned to gherao the dist. police headquarters in case it fails to tame the drug menace.
CHANDIGARH: Directly holding police administration responsible for continuous deaths of youth due to drugs in state, the youth wing of Aam Aadmi Party today warned to gherao the dist. police headquarters in case it fails to tame the drug menace.
A meeting of Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising 14 different Associations (representing over 1600 Unaided Colleges of Punjab) was held today.
Parineeti Chopra PLEDGES to save marine life on World Ocean's Day Fans of the actress would be aware that besides acting if there is one thing that Parineeti Chopra loves - it is exploring marine life. A certified scuba diver, Parineeti has often shared her experiences of exploring the coral world with her fans. And now, on World Ocean's Day, the actress has urged everyone to take and support efforts to save the oceans....
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 8 Official apathy, indifference of people and the absence of a sound management policy have aggravated the state’s water woes. Nothing illustrates this than the recent spillage of molasses in the Beas by a sugar mill resulting in an environmental disaster. This incident and other rampant violations by the government over the decades figured in a seminar on “Water Issues and Way Forward” organised by Joshi Foundation and Kheti Virasat Mission (KVM) at Panjab University here on Friday. Environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal said it was futile to look towards the government for help and the best way was to make a collective effort. Till providing a clean environment was not a part of a political party’s manifesto, nothing worthwhile could be achieved,
PATNA: In another such case within a week or so, a young Muslim man in Bihar broke his Ramadan fast to donate blood to save the life of a newborn, officials said on Monday.