Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao is scheduled to chair a Cabinet Meeting to have crucial discussions. Organised for 3:00 P.M., the Cabinet meeting will be held in the recently inaugurated new Secretariat Complex, in Hyderabad. During the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Government will discuss the ten-year celebration of the Telangana Formation, which is likely to be a grand event starting from June 2, and will continue till 21 days.
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In a breaking news, the National Congress Party (NCP) Panel rejected the resignation of Sharad Pawar, as the President of the party. After the rejection, the NCP workers and leaders in Maharashtra, held a grand celebration, as NCP will have Pawar as the President. The decision was taken after a high-level party meeting held in Mumbai. The NCP leader, who got emotional after urges of NCP workers, said needed time.
PM Narendra Modi extended birthday wishes to Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao, on his 69th birthday, on February 17. Taking to Twitter, Narendra Modi said, "Birthday greetings to Telangana CM Shri KCR Garu. I pray for his long life and good health." Meanwhile, the BRS leaders made elaborate arrangements for the birthday celebration of CM KCR at necklace road, Hyderabad. Furthermore, prayers were offered at… read-more
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After Neeraj Chopra created histroy, a wave of celebration was visible in Neeraj's village in Panipat, on July 24. His family members and neighbours gathered to celebrate Neeraj's silver medal at the World Championship. The villagers danced and celebrated. "We are very happy that his hard work has paid off. We… read-more
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Devotees in Srinagar have kicked off the five-day celebrations meant to commemorate the visit of saint Adi Shankaracharya. This event is being organised by 'One India, Strong India,' with help from various social and religious groups. "The event is organised on a big platform," shares event organiser Vidhu Sharma, while adding, "It will be a befitting tribute to the great saint."
The Himveers of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) performed yoga at a height of 15,000 feet in the snow-capped Himalayan mountains. The ITBP noted that the yoga session was organised in view of the fast-approaching International Yoga Day. The International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on the 21st of June. 'Yog Utsav' was observed this year at the Red Fort earlier this on 7th April.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to attend the 90th Sivagiri Pilgrimage Anniversary and the Golden Jubilee of Brahma Vidhyalaya. Both, the Sivagiri Pilgrimage and the Brahma Vidhyalaya, were set up under Shri Narayana Guru. What had started off as a small pilgrimage in 1933, has turned into a prominent event with the participation of lakhs of devotees every year. The Brahma Vidhyalaya offers a course on Indian philosophy.
Residents of Odisha took to the streets to mark the end of the 12-day 'Lanka Podi Jatra' festival on April 20. Several events from the 'Ramayana' are enacted every year, as a part of the celebrations. A local said that he loves how the celebrants dance and sing during the festivities. He also stressed on the significance of the celebrations, noting that the 'Lanka Podi Jatra' is a centuries-old festival.
A contingent of Sikh Jatha has left Punjab for Pakistan, to celebrate Baisakhi in Lahore. One of the devotees rued that out of the 900 visa permit applications, only 705 permits could be approved, and hence, some devotees would miss the chance of Guru Drashan. Another pilgrim expressed the need for unity between the two neighbouring countries, and a relaxation in visa-related requirements.
President Ram Nath Kovind will review the Indian Navy’s fleet at the Presidential Fleet Review 2022 on February 21 off the Visakhapatnam coast in Andhra Pradesh. The review will commemorate India’s 75th year of Independence, celebrated as 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav'. Around 60 ships and submarines, and 55 aircraft are scheduled to participate in the review. Notably, INS Sumitra will lead the Presidential Column.
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