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Yogi Adityanath Meets PM Narendra Modi, Amit Shah

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath on Sunday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah and discussed party and administrative issues.

Adityanath, who participated in the Inter-State Council's standing committee meet, also held talks with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal.


Cop Abuses, Assaults Woman And Her Son Inside Police Station

New Delhi: At a time when Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is claiming to improve law & order situation in Uttar Pradesh, incidents of cop abusing complainants are grabbing eyeballs.

In the recent case, a cop reportedly abused and assaulted a woman and her son for complaining about lackadaisical approach by him in the case filed by her.


Deadlock continues over Mumbai Mayor election

Mumbai: With a face-off between the Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), suspense continued on Monday over who would bag the plum post of Mayor of the country's richest civic body, BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation.

Senior leaders of both sides kept stirring the hot cauldron by asserting that they would bag the BMC's top post - indicating none was willing to compromise on the issue.


NDIM Celebrates Inter College Cultural Fest MANTHAN 2017

New Delhi: Institute of Management (NDIM), affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University celebrated its annual Fest Manthan 2017 on 16-1 February.

NDIM, an A++ rated B-school located in South Delhi had its first day of celebration at campus where inter-college national competitions were organised for various events like, street play, solo singing, battle of bands and DG along with creative activities like rangoli, debate, poster making etc. judged by eminent personalities from theatre, media and politics.


Paag Samman conferred on Mr Sunil Mirza

New Delhi: In a simple function held in Delhi today, the covetous Paag Samman was conferred on Mr Sunil Mirza, Sr. Regional Manager-Circulation, The Hindu.

The Samman was presented to him by Dr Birbal Jha, Chairman, Mithilalok Foundation.  Mr Mirza, a Kashmiri Pandit, has been working in this prestigious newspaper for the last 25 years.

“I am elated to receive the Paag Honour from Mithila, the birth place of Hindus’ most revered Goddess – Sita, Mirza said.

He was thrilled to learn about Paag – symbol of prestige and royalty. An excited Mirza took no time to congratulate Mithilalok Foundation and Dr Jha for protecting, preserving and promoting Mithila’s culture. Under the dynamic leadership and vision of Dr Jha, the Foundation with its flagship programme, Save the Paag Campaign, has been working to advance the larger cause of Mithila and safeguarding India’s composite culture.

Incorporated in 2016 as a social enterprise Trust, Mithilalok Foundation has taken the cause to raise the value and honour of the age-old Mithila Paag. This ethnic headgear is distinct in its shape, color and value as well. “Paag is a symbol of Mithila’s asmita and this honour must reach to all deserving people irrespective of their caste, creed, religion and gender”, said Dr Jha.

The Foundation has launched Save the Paag Campaign in Delhi and other places where a large number of people especially Maithils were honoured with Mithila Paag. They also took part in Paag March – first-of-its-kind in the history of Mithila. People belonging to different socio-religious and political denominations took part with great enthusiasm.

Sanchar Express News Desk