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Many US school districts closing on November 7, the day of Hindu festival Diwali

There will reportedly be no classes for students on November seven, the day of most popular Hindu festival Diwali; in many school districts in the states of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Maryland.

Hockey India Member Units mark 70th Olympic Day celebrations

t was that time of the year when Hockey India's Member Units came together in unison to mark this year's Olympic Day with innovative ways to spread the spirit of sportsmanship. Through various activities, it was Hockey India's initiative to strengthen the link that children, young people and adults already have with the sport and through these activities it brought together people from different walks of life without any gender and physical biases, to provide an opportunity to get their first experience of the sport.

Adopt yoga in your daily routine to avoid physical and mental ailments : Brham Mohindra

International Day of Yoga was celebrated across the state in all district head quarter with full enthusiasm. ‘Yoga improves the health and many ailments can be prevented by adopting Yoga in our daily life. Yoga keeps body and mind healthy. This is a free gift of India to world.’ It was the motivational message delivered by Mr. Brahm Mohindra on the occasion of International Day of Yoga while exhorting people to adopt Yoga as a daily way of routine.

International Day of Yoga Celebrated at Khalsa Institutions

AMRITSAR: The `International Day of Yoga’ was today celebrated at Khalsa College for Women celebrated and other institution with the view to provide valuable information to the students and staff to maintain healthy life style. Khalsa College Governing Council honorary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina said through his message that Yoga was being practiced world to preserve good health today.

Kids turn Yoga Day into Clean India day

They may not be yoga experts but a group of children who attended the International Yoga Day here on Thursday, on their own, cleaned up the sprawling ground where the event took place after it resembled a dustbin, with water bottles strewn everywhere.

Aryans gears up for International Yoga Day

Members of Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh including Aryans College of Engineering (ACE), Aryans Business School (ABS), Aryans Institute of Management & Technology (AIMT), Aryans Institute of Nursing (AIN), Aryans College of Law (ACL), Aryans College of Education (ACE), Aryans Degree College, Aryans College of Pharmacy (ACP) etc today geared up for International Yoga Day with Pre celebrations at its Campus.

Delhi among 24 cities participate in inaugural IAAF Run 24:1

Taking to the streets in 24 cities, included New Delhi, across 15 time zones, more than 12,000 runners participated in the inaugural IAAF Run 24:1 global campaign on Wednesday 6 June in a series of continuous one mile runs to celebrate Global Running Day 2018.

Nehal Wadher 3rd Cricketer from Ludhiana to play at International level

 Another star from Punjab has risen on the cricketing firmament of the country. The city of Ludhiana has given another budding cricket star to the nation in the form of Nehal Wadhera who has been selected in the U-19 squad for the tour of Sri Lanka.

World environment Day Celebrations at PU

CHANDIGARH: Natural Biodiversity Society that is also known as team NB from PU had initiated a series of events comprising visit to schools, organizing cleansing drives, cycle rallies, plantation drives etc to celebrate World Environment Day 2018 on theme ‘Beat the Plastic Pollution’. In the sequence a cleansing and plantation drive was organized at Panjab University in collaboration with Horticulture Division of PU.

Eco Club Awards, Poster Making, Green Quiz & Short Plays Contest

CHANDIGARH:  Today, Department of Environment, Chandigarh Administration, Yuvsatta organized World Environment Day Celebrations at Elante Mall, Chandigarh. TC Nautiyal, Conservator of Forests cum Member Secretary, Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Prominent others who participated includes Anil Malhotra, Executive Director, Elante Mall, Vivek Pandey from CPCC, Pramod Sharma, Coordinator, Yuvsatta, environmentalist Kulbhushan Kanwar, Sr. Artist, Ravinder Sharma, Journalist Shayda Bano, Casting Director, Jyotika Badyal and Indonesian Gandhi Agus Indra Udayana.

Himachal Pradesh CM launches Pollution Abating Plants Abhiyan

World Environment Day was an awakening call for individuals to take charge of protecting the environment and to realize the severity of plastic usage in daily life. This was stated by the Chief Minister  Jai Ram Thakur while presiding over the State level function to launch Pollution Abating Plants Abhiyan (PAPA) on the occasion of World Environment Day-2018 celebrated at Government Polytechnic College Sundernagar in Mandi district today.

Himachal bans use of thermocol plates

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Tuesday announced a ban on use of thermocol plates in the state as they are major cause of pollution, as well plastic water bottles less than one litre capacity at official functions.

Girls can do anything, proves Indian teen who climbed Everest

On May 15 this year, a teenaged girl from Haryana embarked on the very challenging task of climbing Mount Everest from the Nepal side. But having dropped her radio transceiver during the trek, she couldn't inform anyone about her whereabouts.

Remedies for losing weight - different ways for water or fat retention bodies

The lesser we eat, the more we reduce,” it is a misconception that majority of people have about reducing weight (OBESITY). But the truth is that the right amount of balanced diet and regular exercise can help you get best of physical mental and psychological well being. Obesity is an established social disease and a health risk for a sizeable share of the population including children and adolescents and that is most alarming. It’s not only a physiological disorder related to dietary habits but also to a great extent, relates to the psychological barriers that we face in the  stressful lifestyle that we have adopted.

Every disruption not destruction, says Modi

 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that every disruption should not be seen as destruction as disruption can be linked to human talent and creativity.

Amjyot and Satnam coach campers at BWB Asia 2018

The NBA and FIBA tipped-off the 10th edition of Basketball without Borders Asia Camp this morning at the at The NBA Academy India, Delhi NCR. Sixty-six top high-school age boys and girls from 16 countries and territories across Asia took the court and had the opportunity to learn from Corey Brewer (Oklahoma City Thunder; U.S.), Caris LeVert (Brooklyn Nets; U.S.), Kelly Olynyk (Miami Heat; Canada; BWB Americas 2009), Dwight Powell (Dallas Mavericks; Canada), two-time WNBA Champion Ruth Riley, and former WNBA player Ebony Hoffman. Indian players Satnam Singh and Oklahoma City Blue and Indian player Amjyot Singh were also on hand to coached the top high school age campers from throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

Modi congratulates tribal students for scaling Mount Everest

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated five tribal students for scaling Mount Everest and also praised the all-women crew of INSV Tarini for circumventing the globe.

Modi underlines Centre's commitment towards education

SANTINIKETAN (WEST BENGAL) :Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted the Central government's commitment towards revitalising the educational infrastructure and boost an innovative mindset among students.

Restaurant meals behind food-borne illnesses in kids: Survey

NEW YORK: One among every 10 parents blame "contaminated" meals from restaurants as the leading cause behind food-borne illnesses in their children, a survey has revealed.

Shemrock School students learnt French culture

MOHALI: The students of Shemrock School Sector-69 got a chance to learn French culture by visiting Alliance francaise sector -36 Chandigarh. Students were addressed by Director Sylvain Choin which was a wonderful experience for them to learn about French. Students also read French books in the library and got a chance to watch a French movie .Later, students relished French food in cafeteria. Students were amused to see and understand the French culture of the organization and were excited to know more and more about it.


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