Nagpur: More than money and employment, what Kashmir needs today is security, respect and inclusion with India observed Sanjay Nahar, founder of Sarhad, a Pune-based NGO working for the education and development of Kashmiri youth. Speaking at the ... Times of India, 5 days ago
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MUMBAI: "Delhi gave me birth, Mumbai brought me up. This state and this city have made me what I am today," said superstar Shah Rukh Khan at Majha Sanman Puraskar, ABP Majha's pioneer initiative which celebrates the contributions of Maharashtrain's ...Indian Television, 20 hours ago
New Delhi, October 12 A two-day international conclave of Punjabi litterateurs and writers, being organised by non-governmental organisation SARHAD, is likely to be inaugurated by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at Pune on November 18. Its ...Chandigarh Tribune, 1 week ago
Pune-based BURUD is set to collaborate with bamboo craftsmen from the northeastern states to showcase their skills. While Bodos are the aboriginals from northeast India, the Buruds are the natives of Maharashtra. What's common among them is their ...Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Organisers say the current strained Indo-Pak relations made them drop the idea of hosting Pakistani writers. When Pune hosts its first Vishwa Punjabi Sahitya Sammelan (World Punjabi Literature Festival) in November, it won't see participation from ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Provided by Indian Express With the release of Aanaath, Rather has become a mini celebrity at Sarhad. PUNE: City-based Kashmiri boy Manzur Rather does not have any memories of his father. In 1997, Rather's father, who was the head constable at ...MSN News US, 1 month ago
PUNE: Sarhad, a city-based non-government organisation, released two songs by Asha Bhosle in Kashmiri - the only ones she has sung in that language - on Wednesday, the eve of the legend's 83rd birthday. In 2014, when the NGO had visited ...Times of India, 1 month ago Rare compilation: Asha Bhosle's Kashmiri songs get a new life The Hindu, 1 month ago
‘I was born in Hindustan. Why do we have to prove our Indianness every time? Would you ask this of a Bihari?’ Six Kashmiri Muslim students belonging to Sarhad, an organisation which brings semi-orphans from strife-torn regions to live and study at their school and college in Pune, share their hopes for their state and their experiences outside it. Jyoti Punwani reports. IMAGE: A boy stands next to a wall painted with graffiti during a protest in Srinagar.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Home » Health » / no comments We found that currently the incidence and mortality patterns of lung cancer closely follow each other at the global level. In the US and the UK, advanced technology and awareness programs have helped decrease ...HealthMediciNet.com, 1 month ago
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