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Dr Vaidehi Marathe appointed as President of Nagpur Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society

Dr Vaidehi Marathe, President of NOGS

Dr Vaidehi Marathe, President of NOGS

A new team of Nagpur Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society (NOGS) 2020-2021 was virtually created on November 29 and Dr Vaidehi Marathe was appointed as the President of the team.

During the virtual ceremony, conducted by Dr Swati Sarda and Dr Parul Saoji, Dr Marathe introduced her new logo of ?Basics and Beyond- Beyond OrdiNAARI, which conveyed their motto of amalgamation of basics with technology and working for the welfare of the women. 


She also talked about Inclusive NOGS and NOGS Connect. The motto was to reach out to maximum members and make them a part of the association throughout the year.

She also gave a brief account of all the academic activities including online CMEs, publications, protocols and guidelines, ready reckoners and patient-friendly handouts like ‘Nogle’ (NOGS ka Google), which cover ‘information about pre-pregnancy in first trimester, adolescent health, infertility, preventive oncology, and other important topics.

In a first, NOGS ki PATHSHALA?- an educational video bank including several videos of surgeries and procedures uploaded for members benefit on NOGS website ? was inaugurated during the virtual meet. 

Amruta Fadnavis, Corporate Head and Vice President of Axis Bank and social activist along with Dr Laxmi Shrikhande, Chairperson of Indian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists (ICOG), were the chief guests of the ceremony.

Fadnavis said that it was extremely important for women to take care of their health and underlying health issues. She appreciated the work done by the present as well as the previous team of 2019-2020, which was led by Dr Priyanka Kamble and Dr Kshama Kedar. ?Beti bachao, Beti badhao, Beti padhao, Aur Bete ko bhi samjhao, were the primary messages she delivered.

Dr Shrikhande, during her speech, said that NOGS helped women vis-?vis their at 3 different levels: Firstly, by updating the knowledge of the members regarding Obstetrics and Gynecology. Secondly, by health awareness activities and third, by taking care of the health of its members by indulging them into art, cookery, crafts, dance and many other competitions, so that they don’t feel left out. 

Dr Rajasi Sengupta is the Honorary Secretary, Dr Alka Mukherjee as the President Elect, Dr Priyanka Kamble as the Immediate Past President, Dr Kshama Kedar as the Immediate Past Secretary Dr Warsha Dhawale as the Vice President, Dr Sangeeta Tajpuriya as the Honorary Treasurer, Dr Rashmi Bhaisare as the Joint Secretary, Dr Suvarna Joshi as the Joint Treasurer, Dr Chaitanya Shembekar as the FOGSI Representative, Dr Sandeep Nikhade as the AMOGS Representative and Dr Sumeet Baheti as the Clinical Secretary.
Dr Rajasi Sengupta, Honorary Secretary of NOGS

Dr Rajasi Sengupta, Honorary Secretary of NOGS

The other executive committee members of NOGS 2020-21 include:

Dr Arti Wanjari, Dr Anupama Anand, Dr Amogh Chimote, Dr Bhakti Gurjar, Dr Jayshree Choudhari, Dr Manisha Dhanorkar, Dr Manisha Sahu, Dr Parul Saoji, Dr Pragati Khalatkar, Dr Prajakta Barde, Dr Rachita Pahukar, Dr Riju chimote, Dr Sangeeta Balkote, Dr Sushma Khandagale, Dr Swati Sarda, Dr Shashikant Raghuwanshi, Dr Shivangi Jahagirdar, Dr Trishala Dhemre, Dr Vaishali Changole, Dr Yamini Kale.

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17-year-old girl gang-raped in car at Nagpur

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Radhika Dhawad | Nagpur

Nagpur Police arrested two men on Wednesday for allegedly gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in a car on Monday…

2 arrested after gang raping 17-yr-old in car | Nagpur

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Nagpur Police arrested two men on Wednesday for allegedly gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in a car in Saoner (40 kms from Nagpur city) on Monday. The cops, initiated an extensive search immediately after receiving a complaint and arrested the two. 
 
The two accused convinced the teenage girl to travel with them in car by offering her to drop her at her destination. The survivor, who was clueless about the accused’s intentions, helped them by giving directions for the destination.
 
Cops said the two, however, took a detour on the way and took her to an isolated place, parked the car and allegedly gang-raped her. The duo has been booked under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, among other charges.

Also read: Nagpur: 3 men gang rape woman, stab her to death with axe, again rape her dead body

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Nagpur citizens walk to celebrate city’s heritage ahead of Republic Day | In Pictures

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Avani Arya | Nagpur
On the account of arriving Republic Day festival, a heritage dialogue was held on January 22, 2023. The aim was to celebrate the buildings that are living witnesses of the spirit of power centres belonging to today’s Indian democracy and the era of 1903 when Nagpur was the capital of the Central Provinces.
 
The walk included a brief narrative from 1861, where after the mutiny, the detached position of Nagpur District and territories of Saugor and Nerbudda led to the formation of a new province termed “Central Province.”
 
The walk covered the architecture of the structures that were the centre of British rule in the central provinces. Various public buildings of that era, such as the old secretariat, the old High Court building, and the General Post Office, which are eminent examples of British colonial architecture, were covered. Materials like sandstone, basalt, and brick masonry are used to craft the elements of the building’s architecture.
 
During the walk, the stickers designed by team Sakha were distributed to participants as a souvenir, which was one of the key attractions for the participants and a reason for enthusiasm too.
 
The walk was followed by snacks and tea, over which dialogues on improving the condition of heritage structures were held. The citizens sharing their independent opinions was the true celebration of Indian democracy.
 
The walk was organised under the leadership of Ar Sandeep Pathe by team Sakha, which includes Ar Mayuri Deodhar, Ar Amruta Gangakhedkar, Ar Renuka Marotkar, Ar Yashwardhan Pincha, Ar Asmita Korpenwar, Ms Anjali Karpate, Ms Sakshi Mishra, Ms Shruti Beohar and Ms Vrushal Gurbaxani
 
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Rotary Club of Nagpur Vision organises kidathon, 4000 children participate

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Avani Arya | Nagpur

Rotary club of Nagpur Vision organized a marathon for children on January 22, 2023 called as RCNV KIDATHON. The venue was WCL ground, Civil Lines where approximately 4000 children between the age group pf 7-15 years participated.

They were divided into three groups of three km, four km and five km according to the age. Children of age seven to 10 participated in three km, 11-13 in four km and 14 – 15 in five km marathon. The motto behind this marathon was to encourage and educate children about out door activities and importance of exercise.

Fund raised by this event was donated to Gram Heeth for the benefit of farmers. The event was flagged-off by the hands of the Chief Guests, NMC Commissioner Radhakrishnan B and Dr Amit Samarth at half past six in the morning.

Different routes were planned for the children under the strict security of RCNV volunteers and police. Once the children finished the marathon they were handed goodie bags, certificates and medals.

The sponsors for this mega event were Mauli group, Parekh brothers, Ajinkya tutorials, Oak & Chisel, Xenicon Healthcare, Gaysons, Dinshaws, Treat ice cream, Bharatvarsh farms, Diamond chips, Icad Adventures and you, Sunder biscuits, Kamal Chabrani. Medical partner for the event was Seven Star Hospital.

The mega event took place under the guidance and supervision of RCNV President Dr Shivani Sule, Treasurer Rtn Ritesh Amidwar, Chairperson and huge number of volunteers from the club.

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