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Shraddhanand Anathalaya takes up initiative to aid to differently abled children: Nagpur

Shree Shraddhanand Orphanage Nagpur, with tireless efforts, took up an initiative to transfer mentally challenged children to institution of Sevdham Ashram Ujjain by the order of Child Welfare Committee Nagpur on November 13, which would provide the children with appropriate learning environment. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis played a major role in helping out for the cause. The transfer program was organized in the premises of the institute.

The organization was trying for two years for rehabilitation and development of two mentally challenged children of Shree Shraddhanand Orphanage. As Maharashtra does not have an institution for disabled children aged 0 to 6 years. 40 kids from 3 more institutes were transferred  to Ujjain.

Fadnavis was welcomed in the program by Mr. Balaji Buty acting president. Sudhir Bhai Goyal was welcomed by Treasurer Mr. B. C. Bharatiya. Mrs. Mati Aparna Kolhe District Women Child Development Officer Nagpur was welcomed by Joint Secretary Mrs. Gitanjali Buti. Guests were welcomed with gifts prepared by the girls of the institute.

Geetanjali Buty, Joint Secretary, introduced the program. Fadnavis, while blessing the children said that when he was the Chief Minister, he implemented 1 percent reservation for orphans. He added, “In order to rehabilitate these children, the government will prepare a policy in this regard in the near future. The government, society and citizens should stand together for such children.”

Program management was done by Principal Mrs. Lalita Gawande, Vote of thanks was taken up by Social Worker Pratima Diwanji. Mr. Venkatesh Buty, Mr. Balaji Buty, Mrs. Gitanjali Buty, as well as Mr. Mahesh Dandhe, Mr. Sanjay Joshi have played a big role in making this program a success. It was due to their efforts that the children were transferred to an institution suitable for their development. 

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Umesh Yadav teases teammate Shubham Gill with epic Tinder billboards in Nagpur

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Billboards that mention Shubham Gill

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill after Tinder – a popular dating app – showed a photo of a girl with a placard on large billboards in Nagpur that read, “Shubman idhar toh dekh lo” (Shubman, have a look here).” Tinder was quick to capitalise on the joke and turn it into hoardings in Nagpur ahead of India first Test match vs Australia.

Umesh Yadav teases teammate Shubham Gill with epic Tinder billboards in Nagpur

Taking to twitter, Yadav wrote, “Poora Nagpur bol raha hai, Shubman Gill ab toh dekh le.”

During India’s T20 match in Ahmedabad, a picture of a female fan holding a placard that read ‘Tinder, Shubman se match kara do” (Tinder, match me with Shubman)’ had gone viral.

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill with Tinder billboards in Nagpur.

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill with Tinder billboards in Nagpur.

The Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) would host the opening Test of the four-game Border Gavaskar Trophy from February 9 to 13 at Jamtha in Nagpur. 

Also read: All 31 days in January 2023 in Nagpur observed to be polluted, reveals study

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All 31 days in January 2023 in Nagpur observed to be polluted, reveals study

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The entire month of January in Nagpur this year saw tremendously high levels of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

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As per the recent survey of Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, the entire month of January (all 31 days) in Nagpur this year saw tremendously high levels of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

The survey that released pictures of the same showed increased levels of SO2 and NO2 not just in Nagpur but in cities including Chandrapur, Gondia and Amravati. Environmental experts have said that the matter was worrying from the point of view of the health of the residents as the pollution index in Nagpur saw an increase in all the three months of winter.

Not just in January this year but 28 out of 30 days in November last year as well as 30 out of 31 days in December last year showed poor air quality. Environmental expert Professor Suresh Chopani said an action plan, to avoid respiratory issues, under National Clean Air Programme would  be strictly implemented.

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Nagpur doctor speaks on ‘Development of Homeopathic Method in Modern Medicine’ at Russia

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Homeopath doctor Dr Kavita Chandak recently was invited as a keynote speaker to the 33rd Scientific and practical conference at Russia.

Dr Kavita Chandak

Homeopath doctor Dr Kavita Chandak, who has two Golden Book Of World Records for treating kidney disorders and success in a case of mucormycosis in her name, recently was invited as a keynote speaker to the 33rd Scientific and practical conference ‘Development of the Homeopathic Method in Modern Medicine’ held at  RUDN University at Moscow in Russia.

Dr Chandak delivered two keynote sessions on the topics:
 
1VICTORY OF HOMEOPATHY IN A CASE OF SIXTH NERVE RECTUS PALSY,HORIZONTAL DIPLOPIA AND MIGRAINE
 
2) AUTISM IS A DEEP PATHOLOGY, CURED WITH A RARE MEDICINE
 
She further discussed the modern trends in homeopathy. Dr Chandak is an  international trainer and speaker who specialises in autism, psychiatric and behavioural disorders, kidney diseases and cancer.  She authored eight books and 294 health articles and recently delivered a series of international seminars in various cities of Gujarat with a Greek homeopath Dr Constantine Tsitinides where they both presented the cases of unusual pathology treated with homeopathy.
 
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