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Rishabh Kapoor

Rishabh Kapoor

Happy Independence Day 2018

Happy Independence Day 2018

August 15, 2018

On our 72nd Independence Day, lets pay tribute to freedom by fighting for a brighter future and bringing the nation closer. Happy Independence Day from the Media India Group.

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Interview with Dr Chindi Vasudevappa, Vice Chancellor, NIFTEM

Interview with Dr Chindi Vasudevappa, Vice Chancellor, NIFTEM

August 14, 2018

With India being one of the largest producers of agricultural products, National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management or NIFTEM has their hands full. Their primary agenda is to overcome the challenges facing the food processing sector. They also promote skill development and effective waste management systems. Dr Chindi Vasudevappa, Vice Chancellor of NIFTEM […]

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A Vision of Hope

A Vision of Hope

August 9, 2018

The National Association of the Blind (NAB) India Centre for Blind Women and Disability Studies focuses on changing lives for disadvantaged, differently-abled and unskilled women. From basics like operating a computer system to being able to detect cancer manually, the centre provides unconventional training to visually challenged women.

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Puppychino Café & Spa

Puppychino Café & Spa

July 30, 2018

The first dog-friendly cafe in the capital Delhi, Puppychino is a dedicated space for them to play in, and a space for dog parents to work as well as enjoy some great food. People who don't have furry friends can also de-stress with official Puppychino mascots - labradors, huskies and other dogs at the cafe. Along with a special dog food menu and pet merchandise and also has a salon for their grooming needs.

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Vanilla Bourbon in Reunion Island

Vanilla Bourbon in Reunion Island

July 24, 2018

One of the most famous produce of Reunion Island, a French territory situated in the Indian ocean, is the vanilla. Let’s take a tour of Escale Bleu to understand the history of vanilla in the island.  Called Vanilla Bourbon, Reunion Island is the first place in the Indian Ocean where it was introduced after it […]

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Ghana woos Indian investments

Ghana woos Indian investments

July 10, 2018

India and Ghana are working towards expanding business, economic and bilateral trade and are exploring opportunities in areas like foreign direct investments, pharmaceutical, and more. Michael A. N. N. Oquaye, High Commissioner of Ghana in India, talks to MIG TV about bilateral trade, investments and more.

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Seeking blessings at Bangla Sahib Gurudwara

Seeking blessings at Bangla Sahib Gurudwara

July 3, 2018

The Banglasahib Gurudwara in central Delhi was once the home of the eighth Sikh leader- Guru Harkrishan Sahib ji. After a glorious redevelopment, it is now a place of worship welcoming thousands of worshipers and tourists daily. We spent a few hours there, capturing the holy place's serenity and enjoying the community food it serves to one and all.

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Keeping kathak and spirits alive

Keeping kathak and spirits alive

June 23, 2018

While many might be forgetting the classical dance and music culture of India, Aarohan, an NGO in New Delhi is making sure to keep it alive by taking it to children, who cannot afford to pay for the expensive classes. A dance form once enjoyed in royal courts, it is losing space in modern times, but the kids, with their new found knowledge are hopeful to revive it.

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International Yoga Day 2018

International Yoga Day 2018

June 21, 2018

People across the globe celebrate the fourth International Day of Yoga, recognising India’s health heritage. While India has been practicing yoga since ages, it took charge of sharing its health heritage with the world and spreading its wave.

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Nihang: the warrior Sikhs

Nihang: the warrior Sikhs

June 14, 2018

The Nihang sect of Sikhs was initially established to preserve peace and to guard the Sikh Gurudwaras. Today, even after more than 300 years, their descendants continue to live spiritual lives, train in martial arts and help their community.

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Child labour in India

Child labour in India

June 12, 2018

In its 16th year , the focus of World day against child labour is 'to improve safety and health of the children; but with a big group of them still working in hazardous conditions in India, and being robbed of education, it seems a long way to minimise and then eradicate child labour.

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World Day Against Child Labour 2018

World Day Against Child Labour 2018

June 12, 2018

As per data from the 2011 Census, almost 73 pc of the working children in India are in the age group of 5-18 years. It's not just that they are barred from school and robbed of their childhood, but they are also exposed to dangerous working conditions. Although Indian Constitution prohibits forced labour and the employment of children below 14 years in hazardous occupations, yet child labourers in India work in manufacturing of goods like matchsticks, tobacco and fireworks. Today, as we observe the World Day Against Child Labour, it is only in the hope of a better future and with the aim to implement this year's agenda, 'to improve safety and health of the children'.

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