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Over 2,500 RSS volunteers join hands to help needy amid lockdown in Nagpur

In a massive campaign, more than 2,500 RSS volunteers have joined hands to help the needy in Nagpur during the lockdown imposed due to Coronavirus.
Nagpur city RSS chief Rajesh Loya (right) giving a food kit to a needy woman

In a massive campaign, more than 2,500 volunteers of RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) have joined hands to help the needy in Nagpur during the lockdown imposed to contain spread of Coronavirus. These RSS volunteers have distributed more than 30,000 food kits to the needy in Nagpur ever since the lockdown was implemented.

RSS volunteers while preparing food kits at Pandit Bachharaj Vyas Vidyalaya in Nagpur

The volunteers are working from Pandit Bachharaj Vyas Vidyalaya premises near Medical Square in Nagpur and are involve in procuring donations and food material, preparing food kits and distributing them to the needy.

RSS volunteers while providing a food kit for a woman and her new-born child

Explaining the process in which RSS volunteers are helping the needy, Rajesh Loya, Nagpur Mahanagar Sanghchalak, said, Our volunteers are connected to different Seva Bastis in various remote and isolated areas of Nagpur. Seva Bastis are places, which have a presence of lot of labours, poor and people who need help. Our volunteers get in touch with some people in these areas and make a list of people, who don’t have ration cards and who need these food kits. Thereafter, we distribute the food kits to people who need them.

Loya added, Each food kit contains 16 items. These items include, rice, oil, pulses, turmeric powder, spices, etc. One food kit can easily last for 8-10 days. We have also informed the people receiving kits that we will give them the kits again if they don’t get food kits from somewhere else.

Nagpur city RSS chief Rajesh Loya (left) giving a food kit to a needy man

Loya also informed that apart from these 2,500 volunteers, many RSS volunteers are helping other organizations like ISKCON. Loya said, Our volunteers are helping other organizations to gather, make and distribute food as well.

Also read: Nagpur man gets call from CM Uddhav Thackeray for his contribution to needy during lockdown

Needless to say, RSS volunteers are also observing all the norms to avoid spread of COVID-19. Vivek Dhakras, a RSS member said, Volunteers make it a point to wear masks, use sanitizers, caps and gloves and maintain social distancing while they work with each other at the school premises and while they distribute food packets. Speaking about the initiative, Dhakras added, This is certainly a great campaign initiated by Rajesh Loya ji, Arvind Kukde ji (Nagpur Mahanagar Karyawah) and other RSS leaders.

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‘CBI under UPA govt. pressurised me to frame Modi,’ recalls Amit Shah




Radhika Dhawad | New Delhi
Home Minister Amit Shah said the CBI, under the UPA government, tried to pressurise him in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case.

Home Minister Amit Shah

Home Minister Amit Shah said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), under the Congress-led UPA government, tried to pressurise him in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh encounter case filed against him when he was the Home Minister of Gujarat.

Shah said the same, in New Delhi on Wednesday, while responding to a question on Opposition’s charge that Prime Minister Narendra Modi government is ‘misusing’ central agencies to target them.

Shah said the CBI tried to put pressure on him to ‘frame’ then Gujarat Chief Minister Modi in the alleged fake encounter case during the Congress government.

Speaking about ex-Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s conviction in a defamation case by Gujarat Court, Shah said the Congress leader was not the only politician who was convicted by a court and lost membership of the legislature. 

Speaking about ‘misuse’ of central agencies, Shah said, “I will tell you how agencies are misused, I have been a victim of it. The Congress did not file a corruption case against us. There was an encounter when I was the home minister of Gujarat. A case was filed against me and the CBI arrested me.”

He added, “In 90% of the questions during my interrogation, I was asked why I was getting bothered and they said they would leave me if I name Narendra Modi. Even then, we did not protest or wear black clothes or stop Parliament’s functioning. An SIT was formed against Modi, which the Supreme Court itself dismissed.”

He concluded by saying, “In my entire interrogation, I was told ‘Modi ka naam de do, de do. But why should I frame him? Today, the same Congress is crying over its fate.”

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RCNV provides sponsorship to 5 children




Nation Next Newsroom | Nagpur


Under the aegis of Diabetes patronage program at AIIMS, Rotary Club of Nagpur Vision – RCNV – members sponsored five children for this financial year by handing over a cheque of ₹1,25,000 to the Director of AIIMS Maj. Gen (Dr ) Vibha Dutta, SM.

This project takes care of all the needs like insulin, glucometer,special diet and other consumables required by the children suffering from the dreaded and debilitating disease type 1 diabetes.

President Shivani interacted with the authorities and incharge of the project Dr Meenakshi and her team. Joint secretary Dr Akshay Daga interacted with the beneficiary children and their parents exhorting the importance of discipline during the treatment.

President elect Ajay, secretary Ritika and Rtn. Arouni Verma were amongst those who were present at AIIMS, nagpur. Dr Sangeeta and Dr Akash conducted the proceedings. The gratitude felt by the parents and their blessings to our team exemplified the importance of this endeavour in shaping the lives of children suffering from type 1 diabetes.

Also read: 17 test positive for COVID-19 in 24 hours in Nagpur

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DPS MIHAN awarded with Excellence Award | Nagpur




Radhika Dhawad | Nagpur
DPS MIHAN was awarded with the Literary Leadership Excellence Award for the enthusiastic participation in Nagpur.


Delhi Public School MIHAN was awarded with the Literary Leadership Excellence Award for the enthusiastic participation of its students in the National Young Authors Fair – the World’s largest Book Writing Competition held by BriBooks and powered by Education World.

More than 90 budding writers of the school availed the benefits of the excellent opportunity provided by the AI-assisted BriBooks platform which helped them to hone their storytelling skills .The plethora of creative designs helped the students to work on the illustrations needed for designing their novel. The pleasure of publishing one’s own novel and reaching out to the global readers was a thrilling experience for the budding authors.

The students also got an exposure to sell the books online and earn Author Royalty as a remuneration. The books published by several DPS MIHAN students have achieved milestones and won rewards in the categories of Best Author – Jury Awards for Content and Creativity, Best Selling Author Awards in the State and Global Feature Awards for International recognition.

The jury and guest list comprised of HE Noor Gilon,Ambassador of Israel, Saul Singer – Author of Best Seller ‘ Start -up Nation’ ,Dele Olojede- Pulitzer prize winner and Navyn Salem- Founder & CEO Edesia.

President and Pro-Vice Chairperson Ms.Tulika Kedia and Director Ms.Savita Jaiswal have congratulated the Principal Ms.Nidhi Yadav, staff and students for their sincere efforts to achieve this recognition.

Also read: Inside inter-school swimming competition ‘Poolompics 1.0’ at DPS Kamptee Road…

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