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Shri J P Nadda, Hon’ble Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare Felicitates Medical Professionals with NewsX Health Awards

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In a step to honor and recognize the contributions of those front-runners and acknowledge the excellence of medical marvels who did tremendous work for the growth of India’s healthcare sector, iTV Network, India’s leading news & infotainment network organized the NewsX Health Awards on 28th December, 2018 at Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi.

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Legendary Music Director Khayyam Saheb donated Rs. 1.5 lakh to FWICE for Cine Workers’ Welfare

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Gangeshwarlal Shrivastav, Anup Jalota,Khayyam Sahab & his wife Smt. Jagjeet Kaur, BN Tiwari,Ashok dubey at Federation of Western India Cine Employees, Andheri (West), Mumbai.jpg

 

Film industry’s renowned association, Federation of  Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), helmed by its President B.N. Tiwari and General Secretary Ashok Dubey with their respective office bearers hosted a grand press-meet on Monday, 14th May 2018 in their office situated at Kartik Complex, Link Road, Andheri (West), Mumbai-400 053.On this occasion veteran and renowned music director  & The Padma Bhushan Award winner Khayyam Saheb who gave memorable music in the songs like “Tere chehre se nazar nahi hatati (from Kabhi Kabhi)”Mohabbat bade kaam ki cheez hai” and “Janeman tum kamal karti ho” and the light “Gapuchi Gapuchi gam gam”. “Hazarrahen” from Thodisi Bewafai and “Aaja re o mere dilbarAaja” from Noorie amongst others and his wife Jagjeet Kaur visited the association’s office to donate a cheque of Rs.1,50,000 to FWICE for the welfare of cine workers. This is third time in a row that they have been donating to the association through their KPJ Charitable Trust. Read more

Social organisation ‘Gandhi Vichar Manch’ demands a separate ministry to address welfare for senior citizens

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Manmohan Gupta, Chairman of social organisation, ‘Gandhi Vichar Manch’

In India there are millions of senior citizens and their position in an advanced and developing country is really a sensitive issue. Government constitutes concern for the senior citizens which are not properly initiated. How should they fend for themselves and solve their problems and take concrete steps on it is the need of the hour. In Mumbai, the plight of this growing group is being addressed by a social and non-profit organisation.Manmohan Gupta, Chairman of Borivali based social organisation, ‘Gandhi Vichar Manch’ and President of Senior Citizen’s cell of Mumbai Divisional Congress Committee has demanded the government for a separate ‘Mantralaya’ – a distinct and detached cell for the senior citizens. Read more