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Sanjay Dutt initiates a nation-wide campaign to fight drug abuse amongst the youth

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

Known for speaking his mind, Actor Sanjay Dutt has been extremely transparent about the fact that he fell prey to drug abuse during his youth and never held himself from speaking about it at various forums. In a recent interview, the actor came on records to talk about his willingness to be a part of a nation-wide campaign against drug abuse, which is being organized at educational campuses in Chandigarh and Hisar on 18 and 19 of this month respectively.

Designed to eliminate drug addiction and in order to spread knowledge about the inhumane repercussions, the actor is all set to share his past experiences and how it severely impacted his years as a young man. Not only Sanjay Dutt but B-Townies like Sonakshi Sinha, Parineeti Chopra, Badshah, Sonu Nigam, Kapil Sharma, and Varun Sharma are also coming forward to support the change. They will engage with 25000 students on campuses on both the days, to counsel and discourage them from falling prey to such abuse. Joining the bandwagon we have another one crore students across hundreds of other educational institutions in the country, who will also be able to watch this event through a live broadcast. This would be then followed by a road-show including all the celebrities coming on-board.

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Ambiance performances and youth forum shows took place today as a part of the 20th Bharat Rang Mahotsav

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Left to Right) Coordinator: Neetu Vaid, Director of Bapu-Dr. Samir Biswas, Theatre actor/director and critic Mr. Manohar Khushalan, Director of The Horse- Kismat Bano, Director of Karuppu- Koumarane Valavane, Director of Alien- Farid Gaffarova and Theatre critic Mr. Ravindra Tripathi.

The youth forum at the 20th Bharat Rang Mahotsav today presented the following three plays:

Band Baja Hawalat: The play by Zaahir, Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering, depicts the cons of section 498A of the Indian Constitution thatcame to play for the wellbeing of the women who were being tortured and pressuized for giving dowry. Over the years, this Section of the Indian Penal Code has been widely used as a means of harassment by the Indian Women, who foul play this act for their own benefits. They use this amendment of the constitution for extortion of money, for keeping extramarital affairs and other different benefits that not only destroy the groom’s life significantly but rather shatters the life of the family members as well.

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WHAT MAKES BENAFSHA SOONAWALLA & BHUMANYU THE “YOUTH ICONS”

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They are an inspiration to the young generation, the youth icons Benafsha Soonawalla, Bhumanyu are marked by their single-minded quest for success and achievement.

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Dale Carnegie of India Partners with 10 NGOs to train over 500 Underprivileged Indian Youth

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Dale Carnegie of India hosts its annual ‘Global Day of Giving’ event from 22nd October to 26th October. The Global Day of Giving unites over 100 Dale Carnegie offices around the world as they deliver life skills to underprivileged youth at non-profits and charitable agencies who work with the disenfranchised. With the help of this unique initiative, Dale Carnegie of India aims to help the participants to improve their communication and people skills.

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Providing Affordable Good Phones for Worldwide Youth, Sky Li Resigned from OPPO and Founded Realme

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Recently, former senior executive of OPPO and head of OPPO India, Sky Li, announced on the Chinese microblogging website, Weibo, that he has officially resigned from OPPO and founded a new technology brand Realme. Sky Li, who now joins as Global CEO for Realme, also mentioned that in the future the Realme brand would focus on providing mobile phones that offer strong performance and stylish designs, bringing young people a joyful life featuring affordable “technology” and “beauty”.  Read more

Kadvi Hawa director, Nila Madhab Panda’s next, HALKAA wins Grand Prix for best film at Kinolub Festival for Children and Youth, Poland

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After winning the Grand Prix De Montreal at the 21st Montréal International Children’s Film Festival, Nila Madhab Panda’s next feature, Halkaa bags another Grand Prix for the best film at the Kinolub Festival for Children and Youth, Poland. Presented by Shiv Nadar Foundation and produced by Akshay Parija and Nila Madhab Panda, Halkaa is set to release on 31st August. The Shiv Nadar Foundation is a philanthropic organization established by Shiv Nadar, Founder of HCL - a $8 billion leading technology and healthcare enterprise. Read more

Dedicate National Youth Day 2018 to Feminism, urges Soumita Saha

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Today (January 12) is National Youth Day, celebrated on the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. Please find below an article for publication titled “Dedicate National Youth Day 2018 to Feminism, urges Soumita Saha”.  We request you to publish it on your esteemed publication. Read more

Celebrity Sheena Chohan’s charitable act- An inspiration for the youth

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Recently celebrity Sheena took time off from her busy schedule to motivate and spread awareness among the youth of our country. The silver screen diva dazzled off screen with her views, ideas, and knowledge to educate the future of the nation. The actress, who is the face of Youth for Human Rights in India, became a part of a special screening on 30th July where thirty films on human rights were showcased to motivate the students. Charity, as they say, begins at home. Her enigmatic presence and interaction with the young students encouraged them to adopt changes in their own lives.

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