Saharanpur News Capsule – 14May

Tai-kwando Team from Saharanpur

Tai-kwando team from Saharanpur selected for State-level Championship. The championship will be held on 21 and 22 May.  The selected team members are getting intensive training from 13th May which will continue till 18th. National Tai-kwando championship will be organised in June in Manipur.  Saharanpur Tai-kwando Association is offering financial support to the candidates by financing their way into the State Level Championship.  The panel of jury had Nitesh Verma and Pradeep Singh. Judges were Anwar Ali, Vivek Sharma, Sanjay Arya while referee were Ankit Sagwan and Devyani Nighoshkar.

Stipend of Shiksha-Mitra to go up

CM Akhilesh Yadav has promised to U.P. Prathmik Shiksha Mitra Sangh delegates who had met him on 2nd May that the stipend of Shiksha Mitra would be raised substantially since 3500/- p.m. is too low an amount for sustenance of their respective families. District Chairpeson Naresh Kumar has further informed that U.P. Govt. has forwarded on 8th may, a proposal to Central Govt. seeking raise in stipend amount and as soon as the proposal is approved, a G.O. would be issued by the U.P. Govt.  He further warned the Centre that if the proposal is turned down, a massive dharna and gherao of the Parliament would be staged on 18th June in Delhi.

Personality Development Camp for the female teachers

Jan Kalyan Mahila Vikas Samiti in association of Balaji Socal Welfare Society is conducting a Personality Development camp for the female teachers in which time management, goal-setting, discipline, behavioural science, body language, dress sense, living style, eating habits, character, good conversational skills and self-teaching were extensively covered by the faculty.  The workshop was conducted at Balaji Academy, Durgapuri Colony.

Anamika Sharma, Ved Prakash Popli, S. Daljeet Singh Kochar, Dr. Qudsia Anjum, Diwakar Gupta and Dr. Neelam Thakur were among the notables who were present there.

Jain College Students Union furious over mismanagement

Various agitationists belonging to the Chhatra-Sangh of JVJain College, Saharanpur led by Ambul Chaudhary and Pankaj Umri staged a dharna in front of Principal’s Office to press their demands.  When the Principal was found to be clueless as regards the solution to the problems mentioned by the Students Union, the Union President Ambul Choudhary talked with the VC of C.C.S. University who told that the matter was to be settled at the College level only.

Mother’s Day at Khalsa Public School

Principal of Khalsa Public School Dimple Bajaj told the school children that their first and the greatest teacher is their own mother whom they should listen to and obey. Drawing competition involving students from 1st to 10th std. was also organised in the school in which the participants were to depict social issues like Pollution / Population Explosion and Corruption. More than 100 students participated in the event. Saiba, Sheeza, Nishtha, Anmol, Abhay, Kirti, Aditya, Saima, Uzama, Amit, neha, Kartik, Mayank, Vaishnavi, Tanushree, Rahul, Fabia, Kajal, Muskan, Atul and many more children actively participated.  Smt. Taruna Arora, Amit Kamboj, Nidhi Verma, Swati Kamboj, Hema Kalia, Surabhi Kalra, Ila, Asha, neha, Shalini, Indu, Nisha, Priyanka Jaspreet, Sapna, Rukmesh, Shahin, Shikha, Shashank, Abhilash, Shubham and Arjun played important role in making the event a highly successful one.

DIG DC Mishtra inaugurates Homoeo Clinic in Madhav Nagar

The homoeo clinic of Dr. Anshul Singh on Ravi Dass Marg, Madhav Nagar, Saharanpur was inaugurated by DIG Durga Charan Mishra. Jigar Jobelputra of Royal Bank of Scotland was also present on the occasion.  Padmashree Bharat Bhushan, Dr. P.D. Garg and Dr. R.K. Sharma adorned the statue of Dr. Hannemann, the founder of Homoeopathy with a garland.

Dr. Brijesh Sharma, Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma, Sh. Vidyasharan, Sh. Kaushalendra Swami Ji, Pt. Vasudev Sharma ‘Nirmohi’ and Dr. Mahesh Sharma were among the notables who were present.

4 cricketers of SRE got selected for Under-19 cricket state level trial matches

For the Under-19 trial matches scheduled for 14-20 May at Kanpur, Arjun Chouhan, Mohd. Wajid, Madhur Chodhary and Shanu Saini have been shortlisted from Saharanpur. While Shanu Saini will have to report on 14th May, other three players will be reporting on 17th May by 4.00 p.m. at Kamla Club, Kanpur.

District Cricket Association (Regd.) Saharanpur Gen. Secretary and ex-Ranji player Sanjeev Jakhmola and others have expressed their happiness and have wished these players all the success in their test of telent and stamina.

SRE Adhivakta Association celebrates Parshuram Jayanti

A large number of advocates assembled today on 13th May at the main hall of Saharanur Association to celebrate Parshuram Jayanti.  Bar Sangh Chairperson Isam Singh, Advocate presided over the function and Gen. Secretary Rajeev Sharma Advocate convened the program.  The meeting was addressed by Sh. Pramod Sharma Advocate, Vikram Singh Joshi Advocate, Rashid Jamil Advocate, Jai Prakash Sharma Advocate, Sushil Arya Advocate, Braj Bhushan Sharma Advocate, V.N. Sharma Advocate.

The advocates who were present included Sidhharth Shankar Tyagi, Aditya Angiras, Pramod Sharma, Pradeep Sharma, Teg Singh Pundir, Rakesh Sahal, Kuldeep Tyagi, Shailendra Tiwari, Mehtab Ali Khan, Shravan Sharma, Jaswant Saini among others.  Many who spoke on the occasion referred to the terrorism prevelent in the country and sought to abolish it with the same determination with which Bhagwan Parshuram had abolished terrorism 21 times during his life time.  The meeting resolved to fight against terrorism with all its might.

Mass Movement to get rid of social evils

Akhil Bhartiya Brahmin Maha Sangh called a large meeting at the residence of State General Secretary Rajesh Pundit at Paper Mill Road.  Expressing great concern over spread of various social evils, the meeting extensively discussed ways and means to eradicate such evils which are eating into social fabric and harmony among various segments of the society.  The meeting also favoured the view that the reservation in its present caste-based form should be replaced with a need-based reservation system which would be more in conformity with the spirit of our Constitution.  A need for kick-starting a mass movement was felt by everyone which should continue till the coveted goals are achieved.  The meeting was convened by Anil Sharma and Dr. Mahesh Sharma and was presided over by Pt. Goverdhan Das Sharma.

The meeting was attended by Sh. Surendra Kapil, Ex-MLA Saharanpur who is also the Convenor of Brahmin Samaj Sewa Samiti, Pt. Goverdhan Das Sharma, President of Punjabi Brahmin Sabha and Ex-Chairman of Saharanpur, B.C. Sharma, Gen. Secretary of Punjabi Brahmin Sabha,  Dr. Harsh Vardhan Sharma State President of Brahmin Maha Sangh,  Sh. Narendra Sharma State President of Yuva Parshuram Dal, Pravesh Sharma, Vice Present,  Also present were Anil Sharma, Dr. Mahesh, Pt. Vinod Sharma, Sanjeev, Pramod Vats, Devendra Kapil, Ajay Sharma, Dinesh Sharma, Mukesh Sharma, Atul Parashar etc.

BSP Saharanpur celebrates Parshuram Jayanti

Congratulating Saharanpurians on the occasion of Parshuram Jayanti,  Dinesh Sharma Dist. Vice President of BSP Saharanpur Unit and various other office bearers expressed dire need to follow the ideals and principles of Bhagwan Parshuram Ji.

The meeting was addressed by Mukesh Sharma (Rampur), Anupam Sharma (SRE), Mange Ram Sharma (Behat), Arun sharma (Gangoh) also.  Those who were notably present included Sukhpal Sharma, Nityanand Sharma, Sudhir Sharma, Sachin Sharma, Satish Kumar, Jogendra Saini, Rampal Singh, Ankit Sharma, Neeraj Sharma, Ajay Sharma, Rajan Joshi etc.  The meeting was presided over by Pravesh Sharma and was convened by Anuj Kaushik.

Rajkeey Nurses Sangh celebrates Nursing Day

Gathered at Dist. Women Hospital Saharanur, members of U.P. Rajkeey Nurses Sangh, Saharanpur Chapter celebrated birth day of “Lady with the Lamp” Florence Nightingale with lots of fanfare.  CMS Dr. R.K. Sharma and CMS (Women Hospital) Dr. Madhu Saxena lighted the lamp and expressed their great pleasure in celebrating the birth of internationall acclaimed Florence Nightingale who was born 12th May 1820 in Italy but through her exemplary devotion and dedication towards her patients become the darling of the world. Fondly referred to as ‘Lady with the Lamp’ Florence Nightingale had given away all her worldly possessions in persuit of her life’s goal and established first Nursing School in the world despite strong resistence from her parents who wanted her to marry and lead a ‘happy’ life.

Dev Kumar, Ilam chand, R.R. Verma, Sushma Bansal, Evlin Tyagi, Mandeep Babu also addressed the gathering. Sunaina Alam thanked everyone and referred to this day as no less a festival than any other for the nurses community who spend all their live in service to the ailing humanity.


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