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1st Ranbir Singh memorial lecture​ was organised by Hindustan Socialist Republican Army at ​India International Center on 29th December

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The first Ranbir Singh Memorial Lecture was organised to celebrate Ranbir Singh’s 111th Birthday at India International Centre. Ranbir Singh was a fellow freedom fighter with Bhagat Singh, but he was essentially a a journalist and a literary man. In 1953, he became the Chief Editor of Milap, which has been the largest circulated Urdu daily, since its inception in Lahore. He became treasurer of the All India Newspaper Editor’s Conference (A.I.N.E.C) in 1953, the Secretary General in 1957 and the President in 1967. The Ranbir Singh Archive and lecture series is his grandson, Mr. Anand Kamal Goel’s attempt to keep his legacy alive, while also surfacing the buried stories of the freedom struggle.

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Lumenis India, Tata Memorial Hospital organize workshop for otolaryngologists

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Lumenis Ltd, world’s largest energy-based medical device company for surgical, aesthetic and ophthalmic applications, organized a two-day laser workshop for head & neck oncologists at India’s best cancer treatment and research Centre, The Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai.

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Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital organized multiple Walkathon to raise awareness around Mental Health”

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World Mental Health day is celebrated on 10th October. Understanding the importance of bringing attention to mental illness and its major affect on people’s life worldwide, Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital Pune, Maharashtra’s first Joint Commission International (JCI), USA and NABH accredited Hospital is organizing awareness Walkathon on different days marking World Mental Health awareness month. Their first Walkathon was organized on 3rd October from Dange Chowk to Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital and the second one on 10th October from Chapekar Chowk to Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital. The hospital is planning two more marathons in October from different location to the hospital. A Skit Play for public follows each Walkathon at the hospital atrium.

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DR. JEAN DREZE UNDERSCORED THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN NATION BUILDING AT THE 5TH ‘DR. VERGHESE KURIEN MEMORIAL ORATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT’ AT XLRI

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XLRI- Xavier School of Management recently organized the 5th “Dr Verghese Kurien Memorial Oration on Sustainable Development”. This year, Dr Jean Dreze, eminent development activist & economist delivered the oration on the topic “Economic Growth and Social Development” on 22nd September at XLRI Campus in Jamshedpur.

 

The event was also graced by Fr. E Abraham, S. J. Director of XLRI and Dr. Ashis K. Pani, Dean (Academics), XLRI and Dr. Madhukar Shukla, Chairperson, Fr. Arrupe Center for Ecology & Sustainability, XLRI.

 

In his address, Dr. Jean Dreze said, “Over four decades I have observed that India needs many more people’s scientists and people’s technicians like Dr. Kurien who take interest in everyday technology and people’s basic needs and not just sophisticated technology like biometrics and artificial intelligence. The consequence of this disinterest and lack of innovation in everyday technology is a remarkable stagnation of everyday technologies and correspondingly the existence of whole range of occupations that may be described as stagnant occupations because they are more or less the same functionality that used to be for many decades. The entire rural sector, for example in Jharkhand, is lost in that kind of stagnant occupation despite having so much local resources for example mushrooms, honey, tendu, mahua, etc. To improve people’s livelihood and well-being, without causing the sort of environmental destruction that we are witnessing today we need many more Dr. Kuriens”. Read more

XLRI TO ORGANISE 5th ‘DR. VERGHESE KURIEN MEMORIAL ORATION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT’

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Fr. E Abraham, Director of XLRI

XLRI- Xavier School of Management is all set to organize the 5th ‘Dr Verghese Kurien Memorial Oration on Sustainable Development’ in memory of the Founder of AMUL Dr. Verghese Kurien, otherwise known as “the Milkman of India” on 22nd September, 2018 at XLRI Campus, Jamshedpur.

This year, the oration is to be delivered by Noted Development Activist & Economist, Dr. Jean Dreze. He would deliver the oration on the topic “Economic Growth and Social Development”.

Fr. E Abraham, S. J. Director of XLRI commented, “Dr. Verghese Kurien was a thinker, a revolutionary and a social entrepreneur who ideated the world’s biggest agricultural development programme. It was his “billion-litre idea” which made dairy farming India’s largest self-sustaining industry, with benefits of employment, incomes, credit, nutrition, education, heath, gender parity & empowerment, breaking down caste barriers and grassroots democracy and leadership. XLRI instituted the oration in his memory with the aim to commemorate his legacy through propagating and disseminating the idea of an empowered, equitable and sustainable society.” Read more

Gopi Birla Memorial School organized National Level MUN

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Student participants at GBMUN

Gopi Birla Memorial School (GBMS) powered by Birla Edutech and Indian International Model United Nations (IIMUN) as the knowledge partner, had organized a city level Model United Nations on the 13th and 14th of July at GBMS. This event saw 500 students from various schools across the country participate in the third edition MUN organized by GBMS alumni and hosted by Birla Edutech. Read more

The cast and crew of The Tashkent Files visited the Vijay Ghat, which is the memorial of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri.

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The cast and crew of The Tashkent Files visited the Vijay Ghat, which is the memorial of India’s second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri.

Director Vivek Agnihotri shared these images on Twitter by adding a caption: Shooting at Vijay Ghat made the entire unit emotional. Do you know that ‘someone’ didn’t want ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ written on Shashtri Ji’s samadhi. Sad. #TheTashkentFiles Read more