LUDHIANA: Lord Raj Loomba announced the launching a project for the empowerment of widows in Ludhiana. He is working with the Punjab government on the project, which aims at offering self-employment opportunities to widows by imparting them training ... Times of India, 1 week ago
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Lord Loomba is focused on raising awareness and practical solutions for widows and their 500 million dependent children around the world.India Infoline, 1 month ago Lord Raj Loomba CBE awarded Honorary Fellowship by University of Northampton Siasat Daily, 1 month ago Lord Raj Loomba hosts charity dinner for underprivileged widows in Delhi Times of India, 2 months ago
The Loomba Foundation's ambassador Chris Parsons to walk 1260 km from Mumbai to Bangalore to raise funds for poor widows
New Delhi: After cycling from London to Gibraltar through France and Spain covering over 2000 km and raising $200,000 for the cause of widows and their children, UK-based lawyer and goodwill ambassador for The Loomba Foundation, Chris Parsons, will ...APN News, 2 months ago NHRC Chairperson, British High Commissioner support The Loomba Foundation's annual fundraiser TruthDive, 2 months ago
Ludhiana, Aug 23: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal Friday called the recent incidents of supporters of political parties booing at public figures "undemocratic and morally deplorable" and urged them to maintain decorum during public ...Oneindia, 1 week ago Badal calls hooting of CMs `undemocratic, morally deplorable` ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago Badal Says Hooting at PM's Functions Might be Pre-Planned Outlook India, 1 week ago Badal calls hooting incidents undemocratic, morally deplorable Business Standard India, 1 week ago
Sir Alist air Graham said revela tions had a 'corrosive effect' on public trust Prime Minister was under fire yesterday for the £12,000-a-table party Guest list included Russian oligarchs and hedge fund billionaires Has emerged that Ed Miliband ...Capital Bay, 1 month ago
Honours row is a slur on our donors, says defiant Clegg: Deputy PM says rich businessmen are 'perfectly' entitled to donate money to his party
Lib Dem leader says its 'brilliant' such tycoons wanted to back his party But added it was unfair to suggest they should not then be made peers Mail revealed that in 2012, 40 per cent of cash donations came from three wealthy supporters All now ...Capital Bay, 2 months ago
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