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Celebrities relish ‘Lohri Di Raat’ event of Shri. Charan Singh Sapra

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By  K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Lohri festival is here and seen were the Bollywood and television celebrities geared up for the festive day. Punjabis were seen rocking while celebrating the festival Lohri Di Raat with bonfire and great enthusiasm which was organized by Shri. Charan Singh Sapra. The ‘Lohri Di Raat’ festival was graced by many celebs from Bollywood like Sonu Sood, Jeetendra, Ayushman Khurana, Gavie Chahal, Parmeet Sethi, Bonnie Kapoor, Avtar Gill and Subhash Ghai. This auspicious festival event is hosted annually by Shri Charan Singh Sapra, President of NGO Punjabi Cultural Heritage Board. Actor Jitendra was the first to arrive and was seen enjoying the fabulous traditional songs which were sung by ‘Sufi Sparrow’ singers Dolly Sidhu and Roop Sidhu. Read more

MISS MALAD (BEAUTY PAGEANT) AT ‘MALAD FESTIVAL 2018′ SPEARHEADED BY TAJINDER SINGH TIWANA

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By  K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

10th January, 2018 in Mumbai- Day 8 of Malad Fest 2018, had Miss Malad, Beauty Pageant. It saw the presence of Mitaali Nag, Shweta Khanduri, Akanksha Singh, Neha Banerjee,Gizele Thakral, Scarlet Rose. Read more

ANKUR TEWARI AND SONY MUSIC CELEBRATE PETA’S 18TH ANNIVERSARY PROMOTING ADOPTION OF HOMELESS CATS

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By  K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Mumbai – On People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) 18th anniversary (12 January), singer-songwriter Ankur Tewari and Sony Music India have released a new music video dedicated to the group starring adopted cats. All the featured felines were either rescued from the street or adopted from an animal shelter – not purchased – and their guardians are the winners of the recent “Billi Ka Bachcha” Video Contest, which invited people to send in video clips showing their companions playing, snuggling, and otherwise being adorable. The aim of the video is to encourage the public to adopt homeless animals in need rather than supporting cruel pet stores and breeders. Read more

Travel Tales by Enable Travel 14th January 2018 Sunday

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By  Vivek K   Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Coming Sunday, celebrate the spirit of inclusiveness with Enable Travel and encourage the idea of travel for all. We invite you to a fun filled meet-up at the very accessible El Toro, Bandra on Sunday, 14th of Jan, 2018, 6 pm onward! Read more

VOICE OF MALAD (SINGING COMPETITION) AT “MALAD FESTIVAL 2018” SPEARHEADED BY TAJINDER SINGH TIWANA

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By  K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

10th January, 2018 in Mumbai- Day 6 of Malad Fest 2018, had Voice Of Malad (Singing Competition) Above & Under 16 . It saw the presence of Ramji Gulati, Jaspinder Narula,  Arpita Chakravarty. Read more

FOUNDER’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT Ajeenkya D Y Patil University

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By K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

The Founder’s day Celebrations at the Ajeenkya D Y Patil University was singularly focused on charity and philanthropy. Read more

Iron Deficiency Leaves 53% of Children in Maharashtra Anemic

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By K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

A staggering 51% of Indian women under the reproductive age are anemic, which is higher than the world wide prevalence of around 46.8 crore non-pregnant women worldwide.  Around 48% of women are suffering from anemia in the state, as well as prevalence of the disease is as high as 53% of children in the state.

So, why the prevalence of anemia in women is so high? “As anemia is caused due to iron deficiency in the body, it has been seen that women are most affected by the disease. This is primarily because a majority of women in India does not have balanced and nutritional diet because of various social and economic factors. India is facing a double edged sword of obesity and malnutrition. Even though the infant mortality has improved, it is not enough. Due to lack of nutrition in children and rising obesity, the rates of anemic children are rapidly rising. In addition, pregnancy and blood loss due to menstruation causes iron deficiency in women.  The hormonal changes during various stages of adolescence, lactation, menopause, and pregnancy create more demand for iron and calcium. Blood loss also happens during child birth, which contributes to anemia. Iron deficiency results in impaired formation of hemoglobin,” explained Dr. Mukta Paul, Consultant – Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Pune. Read more

Debut Author Swati Lahoti launches her first book ‘The Wind Beneath His Wings’

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By  K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

“The Wind Beneath His Wings”, written by debut author Swati Lahoti, is all about her elder son Alind making it to IIT who secured All India Rank 944 in IIT-JEE 2016. It is a mother’s story of ups & downs, smiles & tears, triumphs & tribulations, highs & lows, doubts & beliefs but at the same time a story of united, dedicated & sustained effort; effort which knows only success, effort which refuses to succumb in the face of obstacles, effort which is a reward by itself.  It is a story of team work where each member of her family had his/her own role carved out & played them to perfection. Read more

New hope for orphaned children, courtesy The Banyan Tree

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By K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Recently,​ ​Dr Yusuf Matcheswalla, Chairman of Humanity Health Organizations, in collaboration with Gokuldas Tejpal Maharashtra​ ​State Government Hospital and Masina Hospital Department of Psychiatry, conducted a multidiagnostic camp where a team of specialist doctors from different fields offered their services to the children ofthe Banyan Tree Centre, a long established organization for the welfare of children in Dharavi, to ensure their better health. About 600 children attended this camp. This is one of many initiatives​ ​by the Banyan Tree Centre to support​ the underprivileged local population of​ ​Dharavi area. Read more

Nayan Foundation supported by John Abraham receives generous funding of INR 4 lakhs

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By K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Popular and acclaimed actor John Abraham is known for his chiseled looks and stellar acting in recent hits including Wasir, Dishoom and Force 2 to name a few. Along with acting, John has always had a keen interest in philanthrophy and social work projects including PETA, Habitat for Humanity and has endorsed/supported various causes from animal welfare to forest welfare to children welfare. The popular actor may maintain a silent demeanor with regards to his personal life but has always been outspoken about giving back. Read more


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