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“Launda Naach” : A tradition being a taboo

“Vulgarity is contextual”. Not everything in this world in pre-defined. Alter the context, and perceive the thing anew.

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Corporate Connect with Suvam Anurag

We are humbled to have attended the corporate session organised by our college authorities with Mr. Suvam Anurag, the President of First Track India Entertainment and Director of ASSOED India.

क्यूंकि बदलाव जरुरी है।

समाजिक बदलाव हम सब चाहते है पर हम में से बहुत कम लोग ऐसे है जो बदलाव की कवायद शुरू करते है।

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 एक कदम उड़ान की ओर….

राष्ट्रीय परिवार स्वास्थ्य सर्वेक्षण के अनुसार भारत में 26.8% लड़कियों की शादी 18 साल की उम्र से पहले कर दी जाती है। भारत में आज भी ऐसे पिछड़े वर्ग हैं जहाँ लड़की के 12 साल होने का भी इंतेज़ार नही किया जाता और रही बात पढ़ाई की वो तो सोच के भी परे है

My Journey to My Dream

I have achieved my dream by being a proud employee of The India Today Group.
Thank You to all those who helped me stand up on my feet all through my journey. This institute will always be an significant part of my life.

Miss You ITMI!

CRISIS HITS UNITED STATES

The US is under the spotlight, as the government shutdown takes place in the country.  On the first day of the shutdown, a serious contradiction between the Republican and the Democratic Party was witnessed, which led to a severe argument between the two. After the sanctioning of the economic bill on Saturday, the furious President Donald Trump blamed the Democrats for it and made a blistering attack. As the second day followed, a face-off took place between the two parties, putting a series of allegations on each other. Because of the shutdown, millions of government employees in the US were granted leave and their salaries were also slashed accordingly. However, its military department remains unaffected.

Reena Roy back in Bollywood 

Reena Roy a veteran bollywood actress who has performed leading roles in many films from 1972 to 1985 and was a leading actress of that era. She was the highest-paid actress of her time. She was awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998.