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International Yoga Day 2022: Five Yoga Postures For Everyday Life

International Yoga Day 2022: Five Yoga Postures Fo

June 21, 2022

On International Yoga Day, MIGTV brings to you the benefits of Yoga and the five yoga postures to practice in every day life.

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Anti-Child Labour Day, 2022

Anti-Child Labour Day, 2022

June 12, 2022

Childhood for every child is not the same. While, some lead a privileged life with parents taking care of their every desire, other children are forced to struggle just to stay alive and get two square meals, forcing them to work in order to support their families. Despite years ...

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Operation Blue Star: Black day in Indian history

Operation Blue Star: Black day in Indian history

June 8, 2022

On June 1, 1984, Operation Blue Star, launched by the Indian Army on orders by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, began. It ended on June 8, when the Army withdrew from the temple complex.

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Mental Health Awareness Month: Overcoming anxiety with GoodLives

Mental Health Awareness Month: Overcoming anxiety

May 21, 2021

Months of lockdowns following the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic have rapidly soured from being prolonged paid holidays to especially stressful and challenging period for millions around the world, including here in India. To lend a helping hand to people suffering from stress...

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Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sewa Dal: Giving a dignified farewell to Covid victims

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sewa Dal: Giving a dignified

May 10, 2021

The government seems to have abdicated during the second wave of the pandemic, leaving the people to struggle on their own for oxygen, hospital beds, ambulances or even for the last rites of their loved ones. Fortunately, several NGOs have stepped in to help and provide solace an...

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India in 2020

India in 2020

December 31, 2020

As we start a New Year, with hope for a better tomorrow, let us go through some of the main events that happened this year.

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Okhla Mandi vegetable sellers support protesting farmers

Okhla Mandi vegetable sellers support protesting f

December 29, 2020

Spread out over a massive 10 acres, Okhla sabzi mandi (vegetable market) houses around 300 shops selling assorted fruits & vegetables. People eager to buy fresh green groceries at throwaway prices throng the mandi, which starts as early as 5 am in the morning & continues ...

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Covid-19 bites stray dogs in India hard

Covid-19 bites stray dogs in India hard

November 26, 2020

stray dogs, It’s not just the humans that have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Animals, notably the stray or abandoned ones, are paying an equally heavy price and the few NGOs still operational in the field struggle for survival.

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Fate of print media in the digital world

Fate of print media in the digital world

February 23, 2020

Magazines have always had a glamour and charm of their own. However, with the advent of internet and digital space, magazines and other print media has been facing challenges like loss of readership and dwindled sales. Nicholas Coleridge, former president of Condé Nast Internat...

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India in 2019

India in 2019

December 31, 2019

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EU & Chile optimisitic about Cop25 outcome

EU & Chile optimisitic about Cop25 outcome

December 5, 2019

As COP 25, the international climate change conference organised by United Nations, is going full swing in Madrid, Ambassadors of Chile and Spain to India share with MIG TV their expectations from the conference and the steps taken by their nations to curb emissions. The Ambassad...

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