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    OTC Concluded in Arunachal Pradesh

    Arunachal Pradesh. The 20day Officers Training Camp of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh concluded at Abotani Vidya Niketan, Pachin Colony, Naharlagun on 12th may. Speaking on the occasion as the Chief guest Shri Ligu Tacho, Chairman Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission lauded the efforts of the RSS in smoothening the uninterrupted flow of the Bharatiya Culture and traditions forward. He opined that the In ...

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    Sangha Shiksha Varg Concludes at Karnataka

    Karnataka (Kommerahalli). Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s annual cadre training camp Sangh Shiksha Varg-2014 of Karnataka State, was concluded on 12th may at Kommerahalli of Mandya. Na Sitaram, RSS Mangalore Vibhag SahKaryavah addressed the valedictory ceremony of the Sangh ShikshaVarg (SSV). The camp was held at Vishwa Manava VidyaSamsthe of Adichunchanagiri Education Trust at Kommeranahalli of Mandya Distri ...

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    ‘Drishti’ will suggest an action plan for women security

    New Delhi.  Drishti Stree Adhyayan Evam Prabodhan Kendra organised a seminar in Delhi on May 10 to discuss women security policy for the country. For this objective, Drishti wants to work on two fronts—strict implementation of the rules and sensitisation of the society. On the basis f its study, Drishti will present an action plan before newly elected union government.  Apart from some leading women voices, ...

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    Vaishalini,from Bharat has the highest IQ in the World

    A 11 year old girl name Vaishalini Reddy, from a village in Tamilnadu from Bharat has the highest IQ in the World. Although she cannot officially claim the Guinness Record because she has not yet completed her 13 years. she must be 14 years old to claim that record. She is no different from other children at her age she loves to watch her favorite cartoon, riding her bicycle and playing games she likes etc. ...

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    VivekaYogam 2014

    VivekaYogam 2014 – A Guide to Youth Leadership in Kerala inspired by Swami Vivekananda VivekaYogam 2014, a four day residential workshop for youth in Kerala based on the complete works on Swami Vivekananda, was held on May 1st to May 4th. This unique workshop was inaugurated by Revered Swami Atmashraddhanandaji Maharaj, editor of Vedanta Kesari – a monthly, cultural & spiritual, magazine publishing for ...

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    Chintukaka Lele no more

    Chintaman Balkrishna Lele, the younger brother of senior journalist the late NB Lele, passed away in Jalgaon on April 24. He was 89. Born on August 26, 1925 he was among the first group of Sangh swayamsevak in Jalgaon. He was arrested in 1948 during first ban on RSS. He also lost his first government job at that time. He left Jalgaon in 1956 and worked with Government of India Printing Press in Nasik up to ...

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    Mithraniketan’s Viswanathan passes away

    Noted social activist and director of Mitraniketan, the home of friends, Vishwanathan passed way on April 28. He was 86. Born in 1928 and educated at Viswabharati University in Kolkata, USA and Scandinavia, he founded Mitraniketan in Thuiruvananthapuram in 1956. He was inspired by Tagore and Gandhi. He started residential education programme for poor children and also imparted them training to connect with ...

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    A 16-foot statue of godess Saraswati installed in Washington DC

    Indonesia, the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, has gifted an imposing 16-foot-high statue of Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of education and wisdom, to Washington DC. The goddess’ statue, on top of a lotus, stands tall a block away from the Indian Embassy in front of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Hindus constitute just three per cent of the Indonesian population. A little over a mile fr ...

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    NSG’s first mock drill in Assam

    Guwahati. The National Security Guard (NSG), the elite counter-terrorism and special operations force, will hold its first mock drill in Assam, which is being seen as a “vulnerable” state for terrorist activities, next week. A senior NSG official, who is on a recce to the state, told that around 50 personnel from NSG’s Calcutta hub would conduct the three-day drill, which will also involve state police pers ...

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    Government to institute judicial probe into BTAD violence

    Guwahati. The Assam government has decided to institute a judicial inquiry to probe into the sudden eruption of violence in the BTAD. The decision to institute a judicial inquiry was taken at a security meeting held in Dispur on May 5 , which was attended by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and top officials of the State Home Department and the Assam Police. Later, talking to reporters, Chief Minister Gogoi said ...

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