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Tribute paid to Nagpur’s India-Pak war hero, freedom fighter and confidante of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

The death anniversary of Major Surendra Deo ? a hero of Indo-Pak war of 1965 ? and Atul Chandra Kumar ? a noted freedom fighter and close confidante of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose ? was observed at Dhantoli Park in Nagpur on September 16. 


Due to COVID-19 induced restrictions, the event was organised with minimum attendance of some military personnel part of from northern Maharashtra and Gujarat sub area, Guards Regimental Centre Kamptee, late Major Deo’s family members including Anuradha Deo Phadnis, son: Ashwin Deo, grandson Saahil Deo and husband Mr Vivek Phadnis and social worker and journalist Soumyajit Thakur in attendance. 

Major Deo belonged to the 86 light artillery regiment and was martyred during one of Indian Army’s operations during the 1965 war, in which he exhibited exemplary gallantry and inspiring leadership in the highest traditions of his regiment. His family members and social worker paid floral tributes to the martyr. 

Thakur too threw light on the important role played by Atul Chandra Kumar during the freedom struggle on the occasion. A great freedom fighter and close confidante of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, late Atul Chandra Kumar (1905-1967) rendered several noteworthy contributions to the nation during the freedom struggle and in its aftermath in a public service career spanning over four decades. 

He suffered a long jail term of six years during the 1930s for regularly spearheading civil disobedience against the British in Bengal. He played a significant role in ensuring Netaji’s selection as President of Haripura and Tripuri Congress sessions and participated in several missions; most notably in sending a medical delegation to China during the Sino-Japanese war in August 1938, supervising annual flood relief work in Bengal for several decades, fighting for peasant’s rights, rendering support for social work in Sevagram, co-authoring books for USSR President Bulganin during 1955 visit to India and co-ordinating Acharya Vinoba Bhave’s 1962 Malda visit.

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Nagpur citizens to revel The Raaas Garba next year!

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The Raaas (2018)

Since The Raaas enchanted and enthralled Nagpur with its quality garba in its first year in 2018, the demand for encore has been reverberating the city. To cater to the huge public demand, the organisers of the king of garbas have decided to continue The Raaas next year on. Like its first year, The Raaas Garba will be presented to Nagpur in association with Nation Next in 2023. Mahesh Kukreja, the key organiser said, “Because of some reasons, we, earlier, thought of giving the event a break.”

He added, “Then COVID-19 struck the world. Now we plan to continue it from next year onwards. While I express my gratitude to Nagpurians to make the event a huge hit, I request the city’s garba revellers to not get fooled as a few garbas are falsely claiming to be The Raaas. We’ll be back next year for sure!”

Also read: Mesmerising sunset hues at Ramtek’s Ambala Lake in Nagpur

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September 27, 2022 | Nagpur News | नागपुर समाचार | Hindi News Bulletin | Nation Next

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Nation Next Nagpur Bulletin brings to you a summary of major news events that took place in Nagpur on September 24, 2022.

Also watch: Navratri special series | Importance of Navratri | Nation Next

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Rotary Club of Nagpur Vision’s Padharo Mhare Des concludes successfully

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Nation Next Newsroom | Photographer : Nitin Mankar | Nagpur

Rotary Club of Nagpur Vision’s (RCNV) Padharo Mhare Des was held at Hotel Centre Point, Nagpur, on September 25, along with Winter fellowship cum Official Club Visit 2022-23 for RCNV. The theme of the fellowship was to showcase rich heritage and culture of different states of India.

The occasion was graced by DG Dr Anand Jhunjhunwala, first lady Monika Jhunjhunwala and AG Kamlesh Chotwani. President Dr Shivani Sule felicitated all the new Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) members for the year 2022-23 with the certificates, for their valuable contribution to The Rotary Foundation by way of becoming Paul Harris Fellow, along with Club Secretary Ritika Singhvi and TRF director Mohit Chaudhary.

On the occasion of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, different states came together to show their culture. It was beautifully showcased. PDG, Dr Satish Sule as Yamraj & Pawan Mangolia as Narad with their performance wooed the audience.

This was made possible because of our competent team leaders Bhagyashree Saoji and Priyanka Sharma (Rajasthan), Rutika Kunawar and Dr Puja Poddar (Team Tamil Nadu), Sonal Singhvi (Team Bengal), Rashmi Shahu (Team Maharashtra), Pramod Batra and Sakshi Sharma (Team Punjab), who in spite of their busy schedules made this possible. The beautifully choregraphed act was a result of hard work done by Richa Bhattad, Sonal Singhvi, Rashmi Shahu and Abhishek Ghatode. Honourable DG performing with Maharashtra state enthralled the audience.

Such flawlessly executed event was possible only because of very efficient team mentored by Project Director Pawan Mangolia and Nitya Agrawal who worked tirelessly on the minutest of details to give a memorable evening. Aesthetic decor by Priya Tatiwar dazzled the event.

Fellowship Project advisor P P Nilesh Panpalia, Project director Nitya Agrawal, Pawan Mangolia and Director Mohit Chaudhary left no stone unturned to make the event a huge success.

Also read: Management conclave held at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management in Nagpur

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