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MBD Group CSR Founders day

MBD Group celebrates CSR week ahead of Founders’ day

 Kicking off the week-long corporate social responsibility week by the MBD Group, as a part of their Founders’ week, school  bags and stationery items  were distributed among the students of Ekjot Viklang children school, BRS Nagar on Friday. The staff of  MBD Neopolis mall and Radisson Blu hotel MBD Ludhiana participated in the CSR activity

NGO Helping Army continues drive to help needy and homeless

NGO Helping Army continues drive to help needy and homeless

The Helping Army NGO, formed by group of Youngsters has started campaign to help needy by distributing blankets, clothes, food items and other items of daily needs to homeless and needy people. The youngsters have invited the residents to contribute in drive by donating and after collection they will distribute the items to needy.  Last

Mumbai woman duped

Mumbai woman duped of 4.5 lakh by Facebook friend from US

Mumbai woman duped: A complaint was filed a complaint against Max Johannes who claimed to be from New York by Sumaiyya Momin of Mumbai. She is claiming that his New York friend duped to the tune of 4.5lakhs. He said he was working for cancer patients after his wife died of cancer a few years

GoDaddy Runs

GoDaddy Runs in Support of Underprivileged Children

GoDaddy Runs: The Delhi running community witnessed the 9th edition of the world famous Airtel Delhi Half Marathon on November 19, 2017. As part of GoDaddy Cares, GoDaddy’s philanthropic arm, the GoDaddy India team participated in the ADHM in support of “Save The Children India” NGO empaneled with India Cares Foundation. GoDaddy pledged its support to

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NGO writes to Trump against proposed move of lifting ban on importing elephants trophies

New Delhi, Nov 19, NGO writes to Trump against proposed move of lifting ban on importing elephants trophies : Wildlife SOS, an NGO based in India, has petitioned US Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke against President Donald Trump’s proposed move of lifting a 2014 ban on import of elephants trophies from two African nations. On

Kerala Conversion factory

Conversion factory of Kerala that wants India to be an Islamic state

Kerala Conversion factory: A non-governmental organization of Kerala Popular Front of India has been accused of running a kerala conversion factory where large number of non Muslims are indoctrinated and converted to Islam, reports said. The NGO has since long time denied the accusation leveled against it by saffron groups but an expose by a

This Diwali, let’s celebrate with animals, says NGO

Guwahati, Oct 18, The festival of lights calls for celebrations and merrymaking. Light diyas, burst crackers or party with family and friends, but do spare a thought for the animals and the birds that are as much a part of this society as we are. Every year, loud sound from firecrackers causes stress, terror and

Helping Army starts campaign to help needy on Diwali

DP Correspondent (Ludhiana): The Helping Army, NGO formed by group of youngsters have started a drive “HELP OTHERS FEEL HAPPY” in Diwali season. NGO members have provided stalls and other infrastructure to needy and talented people to sell their handmade items in Diwali season. The youngsters have also started a campaign inviting residents to purchase

Drivers shouldn't be drunk in fast moving traffic: SC

Drivers shouldn’t be drunk in fast moving traffic: SC

The Supreme Court today said the idea behind its verdict banning the sale of liquor along the highways was that a driver should not be under the influence of liquor at places where there is high speed traffic. A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud was hearing an appeal


Varanasi: 70-year-old French woman allegedly raped by guard

A 70-year-old French woman was allegedly raped in Varanasi on Wednesday night by a security guard. The woman had been staying at a lodge near Shooltankehswar ghat along the Ganges for the last 11 months, and had been associated with an NGO in raising awareness among rural women about importance of education and also taught


Teacher accused of sexual harassment absconding

A teacher of a government school in a town of Gurdaspur district, who has been accused of sexually harassing a girl student, has gone into hiding.Chief judicial magistrate-cum-secretary of District legal services authority (DLSA) Ravinderjit Singh Bajwa stated on Saturday that after receiving a complaint from an NGO that a young girl student of a

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Man convicted for eight years for sexually assaulting daughter

The sessions court convicted a father with rigorous imprisonment for ten years for raping his daughter.The girl, who dreaded living with her family, only stayed back to protect her younger sister from their father. The girl was forced to bear the sexual assault for eight years and even got pregnant once.The Dindoshi Sessions court presided


Cricketer Suresh raina gave some time of his life to the children at PGI , Chandigarh

Suresh raina the player of Indian cricket team on Saturday  reached at  PGI (Post graduate institute of medical Education and research) with his wife for the meeting that was organized by Nanhi jaan organization, an NGO which is working for the welfare of children at institution. Suresh raina and his wife Priyanka gave some time

Members of Maha Sabha, an NGO, to stage protest against corrupt practices by political leaders on I-Day

Ludhiana: The members of Maha Sabha, an NGO, will wear the black ribbons and stand at various chowks to create awareness among people to mark the protest against encroachments and corruption by the political leaders and their supporters, on Independence Day on August 15. They would pay the tribute to the martyrs and speak with the

Govt introduces bill to amend Lokpal Act clause pertaining to NGOs

The government on Wednesday introduced a bill in the Lok Sabha to amend the clause pertaining to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the Lokpal Act. The government proposed to amend Section 44 of the Act that required senior management personnel working with NGOs to disclose their assets and liabilities if their NGO receive foreign donations and

Punjab NGO moves SC against release ‘Udta Punjab’

New Delhi: A Punjab based NGO, Human Rights Awareness Association, on Wednesday sought to put on hold the screening of controversial film ‘Udta Punjab’ as it projected the agrarian state in a bad light. The NGO told a Supreme Court vacation bench of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice L.Nageshwara Rao that the Bombay High

Unless India delivers, world won’t be leprosy free

For three years, Uttar Pradesh farmhand Pradeep Kumar, 24, has been treated for a disease that India largely eliminated 11 years ago: Leprosy, one of humankind’s oldest diseases – it is commonly mentioned in the Bible – is notorious for the visible disfigurement of victims and their subsequent ostracisation. In 1991, when India began economic

“Go Green International Organization” to save environment

Nawanshahr: While welcoming directions of the National Green Tribunal to the Punjab government “to not axe a single tree in the state without its prior permission”, a Nawanshahr-based environmentalist Ashwani Kumar Joshi in an email to the NGT today urged it to order relocation of the “left-over trees” with the help of tree locators. Joshi

HC issues notice to UT on street vendor licences

Chandigarh:  Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday issued notice to Chandigarh Administration, Home Secretary, DC Chandigarh and MC Chandigarh, in a PIL filed by Pravasi Bhalai Sanghthan. This organisation has considerable number of inter-state migrant labourers and vendors as its members. The case came up for hearing before a Division Bench comprising of Justice