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Jharkhand Showcases Investment & Manufacturing Potential at India International Trade Fair 2015

·         42 stalls at the Jharkhand pavilion exhibit the state’s diverse spectrum from tribal homeland to TATA  New Delhi​ : ​From indigenous artifacts, handicrafts to heavy machinery – the Jharkhand pavilion at the 35th India International trade Fair is showcasing the diversity of the state’s potential as a manufacturing hub as part of the ‘Make in India, Make in Jharkhand’ theme.  The ... Read More »

Arkansas Capitol Commission received Hindus’ formal request for Hanuman statue

Hindus have sent a formal request to Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin in his capacity as Chairman of the Arkansas State Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission for “permission to erect a privately funded statue of Lord Hanuman in Arkansas State Capitol grounds in Little Rock”. Kelly Boyd, Chief Deputy Secretary of State, responding on behalf of Martin, in a ... Read More »

Hindu prayers sought in British schools

Hindus want Hindu prayers to be included in the daily acts of collective worship in British schools. The current practice of collective worship focused on and favoring one religion was unfair and discriminatory to Hindu children, children of other religions and no-faith; distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed stressed in a statement in Nevada today. Zed, who is President of Universal ... Read More »

Mukul Madhav Foundation enables brave student to get back on his feet after he loses his hearing

 Foundation helps by sponsoring cochlear machine and education Pune, 24 October 2015: Mukul Madhav Foundation (MMF), the CSR arm of Finolex Industries has enabled a talented student get back on his feet after he suffered a health setback.  When Vishwas Shinde a student from a poor family studying in the 9th standard at Phatak High School in Ratnagiri district became deaf after an ... Read More »

Princeton opens exclusive Hindu prayer space

Princeton University in New Jersey has launched its first Hindu prayer space. It reportedly houses a temple for goddess Saraswati, musical instruments and books and besides private meditation, there are plans to have guided-meditation/structured-worship in this space. Located in Green Hall, it will reportedly be available daily to undergraduate and graduate students and faculty for meditation, reflection, worshipping, and connecting ... Read More »

Lord Hanuman is highlight of revamp of Singapore’s Asian Civilisations Museum

Rare statue of Hindu Lord Hanuman is the highlight of ongoing revamp of Singapore’s 22 years old Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM). Almost a yearlong revamp, whose first phase is nearly complete, includes a new wing and gallery, distinguished new entrance towards Singapore River and expanded gallery spaces. It is reopening in November and will display permanently the Tang Shipwreck collection, ... Read More »

Wells Fargo employees contribute 12,000 man-hours for volunteering month

Hyderabad/Bengaluru/Chennai, October 5, 2015: Believing that small efforts can make a big difference, Wells Fargo Enterprise Global Services (EGS) successfully completed its fourth annual volunteering month in Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai throughout September. As part of this year’s event, more than 2,150 employees partnered with several non-government charitable institutions to contribute more than 12,000 hours of service to positively impact their ... Read More »

PolyVision helps children in India write their future better

–     World’s largest CeramicSteel surfaces manufacturer comes to India with a vital infrastructure solution for improvement in primary education–     Partnering with Teach for India to launch a campaign to provide schools in India with high quality writing boards for a better learning experience –     Campaign launched across 7 cities- Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Ahmedabad –     Aquaguard Canter ... Read More »

India to Introduce Landmark Initiatives to Make Country Disabled-Friendly under ‘Accessible India’

Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot discusses Government Initiatives for Specially-Abled People at ISSICON 2015  15th edition of ISSICON, organized by Indian Spinal Injuries Centre and Spinal Cord Society brings together spine experts from across the globe to discuss contentious issues in SCI management New Delhi, Sept 27, 2015: India will launch major initiatives, including wheelchair friendly buildings, ... Read More »

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride 2015” organized nationwide to raise awareness and generate funds

to support the research in the field of prostate cancer; The ride was supported by Triumph Motorcycles India New Delhi, 27th September, 2015: Magnificent men on their flying machines gathered today for a global celebration of motorcycling, style, friendship and banter all in aid of giving a two wheel salute to prostate cancer. Groups of Triumph-ant riders, all makes and models dressed ... Read More »

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