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Thursday, 15 August 2019 | PNS

IWCS on breastfeeding week

Inner Wheel club Swarnrekha Ranchi organised a breast feeding awareness programme at "NARAYANEEYAM" Dr H P Narayan Lane on August 13. Counselling of the ladies of the slum area was done by Dr Beauty Banerjee. Biscuits and apples were distributed among them. Healthy mother was awarded by the club. First prize was given to Arti Devi and the second prize was given to Rinku Devi. Blood group and Haemoglobin test were done by Dr Ramayan Singh. Old clothes and toys were distributed among the children from the happiness Bank of the club. Around 40 ladies and children were benefited in this project. Members present were president Debjani Sanyal, secretary Neena Agrawal, Deepa Chauhan Nandita Gupta, Namrata Kumar, Rinku Banerjee, Sandhya Prakash, Neeta Narayan, Mala Srivastav, Nita Shekhar, Priti Kumar, Soma Bhaduri, Nupur Sheshank, Suman Bajaj, Jyoti Tiwari, Priya Roy, Suprita Lal, Sangita Sinha and Sushma Sinha.

SBU runs cleanliness drive

On the occasion of the 150th birth anniversary year of Mahatma Gandhi, National Service Scheme unit of Sarla Birla University organised a Cleanliness March here on Wednesday. Students and teachers of the University went to Mahilong area and made the residents aware about the importance of cleanliness.  Registrar Dr Vijay Kumar Singh said on the occasion that cleanliness is the foundation of present and future of the people.

DPS students present act

The tiny tots of Class Nursery portrayed the importance of health and healthcare facilities in DPS Ranchi, by presenting a small act upon “At the Hospital”. In a very charming and captivating way, a day in the lives of doctors, nurses and others in a hospital were presented. The students also showcased how the hospital staff remains busy throughout the day handling various types of diseases, critical care patients, or emergency operations. Students witnessed a fascinating sight of different medical equipments and other healthcare facilities available at the hospital.

HEC gets commendation

The performance of Heavy Engineering Corporation has been evaluated by Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and awarded the performance rating as “GOOD” for the calendar year 2018. HEC has scored 95 out of total 100 marks. HEC has designed, manufactured, supplied, erected and commissioned equipments like EOT cranes, Wagon Tippler & Wagon Pusher with DSL system, crushers, Sinter plant equipments, Mixer, Slag Cups, Forged Rolls, CNC and conventional machine tools to Visakhapatnam Steel Plant. In addition HEC has supplied most of the critical spares to Visakhapatnam Steel Plant. Presently HEC is executing work orders worth Rs 50 Crore and work order worth Rs 230 Crore is expected shortly from Visakhapatnam Steel Plant.

Rakhi making competition

To mark the festival of Raksha Bandhan and to instill the virtues of love and harmony among students, a Rakhi Making Competition was organised at SBPS on Wednesday. The students of KG I to Std. II participated in Rakhi Making activity whereas the students of Std. III to VIII took part in Rakhi Making Competition. The students made rakhis with colourful threads, tiny mirrors and ribbons. The beautiful rakhis made by the students were tied to the trees as a symbol of love for the Environment and our Mother Earth.

Raksha Bandhan celebrated at CPS

A programme on the theme ‘Raksha bandhan-a sacred bond’ was celebrated at Cambrian Public School on Wednesday for students of prep to class IV. Students presented a dance drama, speech and songs based on the brother- sister bond. Principal Neeta Pandey said that raksha bandhan is not just a festival to celebrate sibling bonds but also social harmony. Prizes for Hindi and English story telling competition were awarded to the junior wing. Students performed under the directions of teachers Monika Mundu, Deepanita Nath while the program was managed by Vinita Verma and Meenakshi Sharma and student Ayansh Sinha .

CBI holds meeting with customers

A meeting with customers was organized at the Regional Office of Central Bank of India in Ranchi on Wednesday. A large number of customers from all branches located in Ranchi city attended the meeting. The meeting was inaugurated by Chief Manager Avinash Kumar. He informed the customers about the products and services of the bank. On the occasion, along with the staff of the regional office, branch managers were present.

Seth inaugurates Samadhan Kendra

Ranchi MP Sanjay Seth on Wednesday inaugurated Samadhan Kendra at R Sande under Kanke Assembly segment. Seth inaugurated the Samdhan Kendra (people grievance cell) by washing the feet of BJP leaders who are associated with Jan Sangh era. On the occasion, BJP Kanke MLA Jitu Charan Ram and others were present. Seth said that the Samadhan Kendra will help in addressing people grievances. From Samadhan Kendra, people can get birth/death certificate, Aadhar card, widow pension, old age pension and other documents for which they had to visit block or CO office.

DAV students celebrate Rakhi

Class VII students of DAV Kapil Dev on Wednesday tied rakhis to (Central Industrial Security Force) CISF personnel at Birsa Munda International Airport. On the occasion, school principal MK Sinha said that army personnel and CRPF jawans don’t get time to visit their homes on Raksha Bandhan. The CRPF personnel appreciated the effort of students claiming that such type of initiatives create bondage between students and security personnel. On the occasion, apart from school principal Sinha, Birsa Munda Airport director Vinod Sharma, CISF deputy commandant Ekta Singh and others were present.

BJYM Tiranga yatra

The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM)—the youth wing of BJP on the occasion of Independence Day is to take out Tiranga Yatra across all Assembly constituencies. The BJYM has directed office bearers in all assembly constituencies to take out Tiranga Yatra. The Tiranga Yatra will cover the minimum distance of 5 km and it will be flagged off by ministers and MPs and MLAs in their respective assembly segment. The route where Tiranga Yatra will culminate, the BJYM members will organize public meeting which will be addressed by senior leaders.

Woman Axed to death

A 35-year-old woman was hacked to death by her distant relatives for allegedly practising witchcraft at Ranitard village in Ganday area of Giridih, around 15 km from town on Wednesday. Sources said a man identified as Ramsharan Marandi, who was a close relative of the family - dragged Mana Devi out of her field and hit her with an axe in full public view around 8.30 am this morning. Police sources said Ramsharan Marandi and his wife alleged the elderly woman's black magic was responsible for the poor mental health of their son. When Bitia's husband Ramu Ram Marandi  (42) tried to resist them, he was also beaten up and chased away. Then, Mana Devi was hit with sticks and an axe. She died soon. All accused are Giridih SP S.K.Jha said "Our raids are on to nab the culprits." Police have sent the body to Giridih Sadar Hospital for post-mortem and an FIR has also been registered.

IGNCA holds lecture

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Regional Centre Ranchi and Ranchi University in collaboration with Department of Tribal Studies, Central University of Jharkhand, organized a lecture on ‘The Timeless Tradition of Folk and Tribal Arts: Past, Present and Future Scope’ by Aditya Jha, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Craft and Design, Jaipur, Rajasthan. The programme was organised at CUJ under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Ajay Kumar Mishra, Regional Director, IGNCA, RCR and Prof. (Dr.) Rabindranath Sarma, Dean, Department of Tribal Studies, Central University of Jharkhand.

Kajaria launches ‘Desh Ki Mitti’

After the path breaking success of the last two campaigns under the ‘Desh Ki Mitti Se Bani Tile Se, DeshKoBanate Hain’ theme, Kajaria Ceramics has returned with another new brand campaign for 2019, with their brand ambassador Akshay Kumar – Desh Ki Mitti. Celebrating the success of an Indian home-grown brand, Kajaria plans to build a stronger image for the brand through this new campaign.

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