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Pratignya Devi, wife of eminent writer Manoj Das left for her heavenly abode

Pondichery:4/10/18:Smt. Pratignya Devi, wife of eminent  writer  Manoj Das left for her heavenly abode on3rd,.October night at 8.50pm.Daughter of eminent freedom fighters Shri Narayana Birabara Samanta and Smt. Ratnamali Jema, she had did her MA in Psychology in Ravenshaw College. But she along with Shri Manoj Das became disciples of SriMaa and inmates of Sri Aurobindo Ashram in 1962. She ...

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Big role in relieving the burden of the earth – that is hunger,:Varun Gandhi

BHUBANESWAR:30/9/18: Poet-politician and BJP MP Varun Gandhi on Saturday lashed out at the prevailing education system in the country and termed the Right To Education (RTE) a complete failure. The country has spent Rs 3.7 lakh crore in RTE but 89 per cent of it has been spent on constructing buildings, where everything happens except education, he said in the ...

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IMAGINE: A day-long forum to inspire a movement

New Delhi. 28.09.18: Current research chillingly states that one in four people in the world are affected by mental health disorders. WHO reports that50% of mental health disordersmanifest before 14 years of age and puts 30% of young Indians as having been diagnosed with mental illness; reality far exceeds that number.Indiahas been affected by an alarming increase in depression and ...

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Kabibar Radhanath Ray is the principal architect of the era of initial modernity in Oriya poetry(On the Eve of Birth anniversary)

Kabibar Radhanath Ray was born on 28th September 1848, at Kedarpur village in Balasore district. Father Sri Sunder Narayana Ray and Mother Smt. Tarini Dasi. In the gradual development of Oriya literature Radhanath Ray occupies an important position. His creations have enriched Oriya literature and it can be undoubtedly told that through his unique literacy creations Oriya poetry in the ...

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Responsible print media should create awareness among the people:Rajnath Singh

Kollam:279/18:Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh has said that print media has an extremely important role in safeguarding democracy and democratic processes. Launching the Kollam edition of Malayalam daily Janmabhumi at Kollam in Kerala today, he said that responsible print media should create awareness among the people that there is no place for violence in a democracy. Shri. Rajnath Singh ...

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Monoj Das most awaited Novel ‘Sesha Tantrikara Sandhanare”released

Title -: Sesha Tantrikara Sandhanare Odia Novel By Manoj Das Type -: Novel. Language -: Odia. Author -: Manoj Das. Publisher -: Jagannath Ratha. Binding -: Hard Paper. Pages – 412 SKU Number -: JRP2301. Availability -: In Stock. Publication -: 2018. About the Book -: Sesa Tantrikara Sandhanare.One of the most awaited and latest Odia Novel By Manoj Das . Price:Rs. 350. Earlier, episodes ...

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Noted Odia poet Satrughna Pandav will receive the prestigious Sarala Puraskar

Bhubaneswar8/9/18: Noted Odia poet Satrughna Pandav will receive the prestigious Sarala Puraskar for his poetry work ‘Misra Dhrupad.’ The 39th edition of Sarala Puraskar – instituted by eminent Odia industrialist Late Dr. Bansidhar Panda and Late Ila Panda in the year 1979 and continuously awarded by Indian Metals Public Charitable Trust (IMPaCT) – will be presented to Pandav on October ...

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Union HRD Minister releases the curriculum on Experiential Learning – Gandhijis Nai Talim

Newdelhi:5/9/18:Union HRD Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar released the curriculum on Experiential Learning – Gandhijis Nai Talim in New Delhi today. This curriculum was brought out simultaneously in 13 languages i.e., Assamese, Tamil, Bengali, Odiya, Kannada, Malyalam, Punjabi, Marathi, Telugu, Gujarati, Urdu, Hindi and English in consultation with the state councils of educational research and training along with the universities in ...

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Self-trained anthropologist and tribal activist Raghunath Rath Breathed his Last

Phulbani:3/9/18: Raghunath Rath, noted scholar of tribal studies, breathed his last  at his residence in Baliguda today. He was 77.   His final rites were performed at the Swargadwar at Puri. A self-trained anthropologist and tribal activist, his passion was the study of the history, culture and traditions of the Kandhs. He spent many years of his life with the Kandhs tribals ...

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PM addresses book release event to mark one year in office of Vice President Venkaiah Naidu

Newdelhi:2/9/18:The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today released the book “Moving On, Moving Forward – A Year in Office” to mark one year in office of Vice President Venkaiah Naidu. He also presented the first copy of the book to the Vice President of India. Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that he had the opportunity to work ...

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