Students of Priyadarshini MBA College enjoyed their last day of togetherness during their farewell party at Ms Repose
Professor Devyani Chopde during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Savita Girsawle, Shrilekha Gadam, Madhu Tahilyani, Pranjali Bhuta and Apurva Meshram during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Nidhi Bawashe during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Pratisksha Mishra and Akshay Moon during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Pratiksha Mishra, Anisha Singh, Laxmi Sonakar and Leena Madankar during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Pratishtha Choubey, Nitu Jaiswal, Priti Kakde, Neha Prajapati and Shifa Khan during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Professor Rohit Turani during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Vaibhav Parihar, Ankit Singh, Shreekant Pandor and Mangesh Thakre during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Karishma Choudhary, Upeksha Parmar, Mohsina Pathan, Shalu Bisi and Pallavi Bhod during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Monika Telange, Diksha Khobragade and Pratima Dahule during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Praveen Zade, Ravi Dubey and Nikhil Rajurkar during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Priyanka Kulmethe, Mayuri Asutkar, Kalpana Ambule, Namrata Tankar and Priyanka Shende during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Students striking a pose during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Yugandhara Pandav, Shubhangi Dudhe, Rohini Sarve, Shilpa Shasankar and Deepti Chauhan during Priyadarshini MBA College farewell party at M's Repose, Nagpur
Priyadarshini MBA College, Nagpur, recently organised a memorable farewell party for the senior batch of its MBA students at Ms Repose in Nagpur with a theme Vale Bon Voyage.
The farewell witnessed an equal and enthusiastic participation by the faculties like HOD Kartik Uttarwar, Devyani Chopde, Richa Singh, Rohit Turani, to name a few. The students made the evening special with their spell binding dance performances. While the boys looked handsome as they walked down the ramp, the girls were busy striking a pose for Nation Next lens man. Students went down the memory lane as some recalled their memorable moments spent together, through their speeches.
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Dance enthusiasts, friends pay tribute in loving memory of Tiki Peters in Nagpur
Dance enthusiasts, friends and students came together and paid a heartfelt tribute in the loving memory of renowned western dance teacher late Benedict Peters fondly called as Tiki Peters. Moreover, the get-together also gave a chance to enthusiasts who wished to express their love for dance. The get together was held at Money Plant Terrace in Laxmi Nagar on March 13.
Hosts – businessman Dhananjay Sakharkar and Deputy Executive Editor at ABP Majha Sarita Kaushik – along with other guests, reminisced some memorable anecdotes of Tiki that lifted spirits of all as they went down the memory lane.
Fondly remembering Peters, Sarita Kaushik told Nation Next, “Tiki was a dear friend for whom Dhananjay and I arranged this small get-together. He was a gifted teacher who danced like no one else. His moves were fabulous; no body could teach better than him. He had a commendable sense of aesthetics when it came to dance. I’m glad his elder sister and brother are equally talented and will continue Tiki’s legacy of excellence.”
Dhananjay, who had known Peters for nearly four decades, said, “My association Tiki dates back to over 40 years. He taught us many dance forms including Jive, Salsa, Disco, Ballroom, Waltz, Cha Cha Cha. More than anything else, Tiki was an exceptional human being – with amazing sense of humour! When Tiki passed away, Sarita and I arranged a small party where we served everything that he loved – veg puff, macarons, cakes, soft drinks and of course music to dance! This was our small gesture for our dear friend who, I’m certain, was smiling from the heavens that evening!”
Tiki Peters, who was brought up in an Anglo-Indian culture – something that was predominant in city’s Mohan Nagar area, passed away in November last year.
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Never thought I’d get such warmth, love after leaving Congress, says Ghulam Nabi Azad
Never thought I’d get such warmth, love after leaving Congress, says Ghulam Nabi Azad…
Chairman of Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP) and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said he never imagined he would receive such love and warmth after quitting the Congress party. Azad, on Saturday, remarked, “I had never thought that after leaving Congress, the people of Jammu and Kashmir would receive me with this kind of warmth and love.”
Azad said that after quitting the grand old party, more and more people were joining his new party; they have faith in him. He said, “It gives me more responsibilities and challenges to meet the expectations of people. People feel dejected and disappointed with the present governing system.”
Addressed a public meeting at Banihal- the place close to my heart. People especially youth seem desperate for change. My promise to you all, I will elevate Banihal as the centre of economic activities where you will not only have enough jobs but the development will speed up 1/2 pic.twitter.com/VG1fMywu4b
— Ghulam Nabi Azad (@ghulamnazad) March 21, 2023
Azad said he aimed to build a better and progressive Jammu Kashmir where the future of youth is secure. He said if his party came to power, he would bring the massive developmental revolution across the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Azad also asserted that his politics was based on inclusiveness, development and peace. Speaking at the public meeting in Eidgah at Srinagar, Azad, said that unlike other parties who try to divide people for political benefit, he aimed to develop Jammu and Kashmir inclusively where each person irrespective of religion, caste and creed felt politically and socially empowered.
Addressed a gathering of workers at Anantnag today where DDC Chairman Anantnag Mohd Yousuf Gorsi sahib, DDC Member Adv Saleem Parray sahib, joined our party fold. I assure you all, will never let you down & will lead from the front to ensure your rights & future is safe & secure! pic.twitter.com/sqWo4nY6JA
— Ghulam Nabi Azad (@ghulamnazad) March 20, 2023
Azad concluded, “Be it statehood, land or jobs, I will lead my people from the front to secure their rights. My people are my priority. I have come back to Jammu Kashmir only for my people otherwise, I had all the opportunities I could desire ever in my life.”
Also read: Gadkari again receives death threat calls from same caller
BREAKING: Gadkari again receives death threat calls from same caller
In a rather shocking incident amid the high security C20 conference in Nagpur, the Public Relations Office of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari again received two death threat calls today morning (March 21). According to the information received, once again there have been threatening calls received in the name of a criminal named Jayesh Pujari alias Jayesh Kantha.
Employees of the senior BJP leader’s office alerted Nagpur Police and security has been beefed up outside the office in Khamla and the leader’s residence on Wardha Road. However, cops are yet to ascertain whether the call was actually made by the same person who had issued death threats to Gadkari in January.
On January 14 this year, an unidentified extortionist, claiming to speak on behalf of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, threatened to kill Gadkari in an explosion if he didn’t pay him ₹100 crore.
The caller threatened Gadkari though a phone call on the landline number of his Public Relations Office (PRO) at Khamla in Nagpur (around one kilometre away from his residence) at 11:25 am, 11:32 am, and 12:30 pm.
The employees of the office alerted the police after the threat call, where in the caller also threatened to blow up Gadkari’s office. Nagpur Police immediately beefed up the security outside Gadkari’s office and residence.
It was later revealed that a notorious gangster named Jayesh Pujari had threatened to kill Gadkari by allegedly making the three threat calls illegally using a cellphone while he was lodged in Belgaum Jail at Karnataka.
In 2016, Pujari had even escaped after breaking the jail. The gangster, in the past too, had threatened several senior officers and other people in a similar manner.
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