Amrish Kumar Anand, DorahaDoraha (Amrish Anand) Every human being should plant as many trees as possible for the cleanliness of the environment. Speaking to reporters today, eminent social worker, teacher and "environmentalist" Madam Veena Pooja Sharma said that we should take care of our environment. We do not take care of the oxygenated trees and the time is not far away when many respiratory diseases can spread in our society so we should think for the cleanliness of the environment from now on and in our homes, balconies, neighborhoods.She appealed to the people to plant as many trees as possible and also to educate their children about the good environment. She also appealed to the people to plant green fruit trees in their homes and parks to keep the environment clean. Environmentalist Madam Pooja Sharma said, "Due to the polluted environment, today's man is in the grip of terrible diseases. We have to plant trees as well as take care of them like our children." To clean up the polluted environment and
Amrish Kumar Anand, DorahaARIES This week you need to plan your work as their are so many things going on your mind and you wish to reach the sky.Your caring nature can create trouble for you as you tend to over react.People are kind to you and you are being watched by your angels around.Career success but need to use your resources wisely.Money gains is on the cards Wear pink to attract abundance of love and success. TAURUS Your excel this week at home as well as work but you need to check your straight forward nature which will brings guilt and make you feel unhappy.Talk your a friend specifically an overage lady will guide you right.It's darkest before dawn.Stop questioning past choices. Wear blue to make you pleasent at words. GEMINIE Your getter spirit had made your work easy.Hold on your firey energy as you might end up things wrong.Abundance is pouring on your.If you have been looking for a relationship/engagement/marriage is about to shape up for you. Wear orange to bring abundance. CANCER The zeal to
Amrish Kumar Anand, DorahaAries This week you will be in high spirits.You will do amazingly well. Abundance is pouring and you are happy within. Avoid being stubbon.Little compromise will do wonders.Spend time with nature and express what you feel within.look for the god in others they will respond back with love to you.learn to forgive. Humility is the mantra for success this week. Affirmation:I see the divine in you. Taurus If you not able to find any solution ask from your masters (elders/teachers) to guide you.Elderly advice will guide you right to overcome your unhappiness. Be strong and learn to forgive as what you see is not always the truth.Speak your heart. It will help you clear misunderstandings and you will celebrate the alliance. Affirmation:It is safe to let people recognise me for who I truly am. Geminie You look very positive this week.Its right time to socialise,meet friend's.Dont move away from people who show love to you else you will not be able to show you real personalitiy.Focused
Amrish Kumar Anand, DorahaSeptember 16,Amrish Anand, (Jalandhar) Ms kulbir Matharu HOD Science and Coordinator of Cambridge International School Sultanpur Lodhi shared views and points about awareness to preserve Ozone Layer.September 16 was designated by the United Nation General Assembly as the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. It is celebrated to prevent the layer from depletion by Ozone depleting substances. Ozone is found in the stratosphere around 15-30km above the earth's surface. It covers the entire planet and protects us by absorbing harmful ultraviolet - B radiation from the Sun. These radiation or UV light reach earth's surface if Ozone Layer is depleted and causes skin cancer, eye cataracts, loss of immunity, less productivity of plants adverse effects on plastics etc. So we all must come forward to protect this for now and for future generations.For Preservation of this layer we need avoid use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's),Hydrochlorofluorocarbons(HCFCs), Halons, Methyl
RAJESH DEHRA, RAJPURAOver 50,000 visited in 3 days Chandigarh Carnival Rajpura 24 December (Rajesh Dehra) Punjabi Singers Sharry Mann and Kulwinder Billa were honored by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura in 3 days Chandigarh Carnival-2019 themed Unity of India organized by Chandigarh tourism & Aryans Group from 20-22 December. Dignitaries including Sh. Manoj Parida, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, UT, Chandigarh; Sh Sachin Rana IAS, Additional Deputy Commissioner; Mr. Rakesh Kumar Popli PCS Director Tourism; Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura etc graced the 3 days event. Aryans Group, the education partner for this grand extravaganza gave chance to the visitors to win free tab and laptop. Mr. Manoj Jaswal of Chandigarh won free tab and Mr. Paramjit Singh of Shivalik City, Mohali won a free laptop. Over 50,000 visitors from all over the North India visited in the 3 days carnival. Amusement Park, Art & Craft stalls exhibited by various NGO's & Govt. Departments, swings camel
Union Minister Shri Som Prakash visited at PITEX-19, praised the organizers for wonderful organisation
JASPREET SINGH, AMRITSARUnion Minister of State for Industry & Commerce, Govt. of India Shri Som Prakash visited at the PITEX-19 trade fair in Amritsar. He visited various stalls in this fair and praised the organizers for this wonderful organisation in row for 14th time. He visited at the stall of Sonalika and takes pose by sitting on tractor. Former Cabinet Minister of Punjab Sh. Anil Joshi, BJP National Secretary Sh. Tarun Chugh also accompanied him there. The citizens of holy city found a vast variety of items from varies categories gather here from throughout the globe and the credit of the highly success of this fair is also goes to residents of Amritsar.
JASPREET SINGH, AMRITSARThe Union Minister of State for Industry & Commerce, Govt. of India Shri Som Prakash attended the Valedictory Ceremony of PITEX-19 as chief guest. This time, its 14th edition of PITEX trade fair at Amritsar. He visited at various stalls before reached on stage and address the visitors and exhibitors. He congratulated the entire team of PHD Chamber on the highly success of this fair. He honored the best performers from various categories with trophies, who has joined this fair by setting up their stalls.
JASPREET SINGH, AMRITSARThe Lok Sabha on Monday, passed the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill amidst 311 votes in its favour and 80 votes against it out of 391 members who were present and voting. Now this bill will now be passage through Rajya Sabha where the Bharatiya Janata Party led National Democratic Alliance government is currently in minority and will be banking on support by like minded parties to push through the legislation. On Monday, the huge figure of 311 member have support this bill which flames the light to pass this bill in upper house too. People of the country are very excited about this bill because this bill is directly effect on everyone's personal life.
Gurjeet Singh, LudhianaThere are a ton of hands-on videos of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL floating around YouTube right now which offer plenty of details about the new phones. Today, another video has been uploaded giving another high-quality look at the Pixel 4 XL in white and this time it’s in English too. Our pals over at Nextrift, the same outlet who’s helped us bring you exclusive looks at some of the Pixel 4’s new software features, posted a hands-on video with the device. In the video, the English-speaking presenter goes over a lot of the features and design choices we’ve seen in previous Pixel 4 leaks. He details that the back of the device on this “Clearly White” unit has a matte finish which he describes as “light.” He further explains that the 90Hz “Smooth Display” seems to be locked and isn’t adaptive except in apps that don’t support 90Hz. Soli isn’t working on this pre-release unit, but he does go through the Face Unlock process and explains that the unlock method is
Gurjeet Singh, LudhianaPeople have voted in Afghanistan's presidential poll amid heavy security and bomb attacks from insurgents. More than 70,000 security forces were deployed across the country to counter Taliban militants who have vowed to target polling stations. The twice-delayed vote is taking place after Taliban-US peace talks collapsed earlier this month. The two main candidates are the incumbent, Ashraf Ghani, and chief executive, Abdullah Abdullah. They have shared power since 2014 in a unity government. The Afghan war: The short and long story Who are the Taliban? Polls closed at 17:00 (12:30 GMT). At least one person has been killed and 27 others wounded in bomb and mortar attacks on voting centres. But in the southern city of Kandahar, women were seen standing in queues to vote, despite a bomb attack on a polling station. Women voters make up 35% of the more than nine million Afghans registered to vote. The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan expects to announce the results in three
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