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Bandi Parmeshwariji Charitable Trust appeals for donation of books, newspapers, toys

Old and discarded but still usable hardware like i-Pads, Tablets, Note-Books, Desktops, Laptops etc are welcome.

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Gopal Singh of the trust

The Bandi Parmeshwariji Trust in Bihar’s Nalanda district has appealed to citizens to donate books, newspapers, toys, clothes for the needy.

The Trust is coming up with several public welfare projects such as a library, distribution of food items, setting up a sanitary pad manufacturing unit. For the same, the Trust has urged the people to extend donations.

The Trust has been created and settled for the uplift of Murgawan village, Nalanda, Bihar. Its primary focus is on education, skill development initiatives towards entrepreneurship and poverty alleviation, dealing with impoverishment and malnutrition, hygiene and health with emphasis on women and children.

The Trust press release listed the projects underway:

  • Setting up a library-reading room at the village community centre for children, youth and the elderly. It needs comics, fables, pictorials and workbooks in Hindi and English for children; newspapers and magazines for the elderly and examination and personality development related books and journals for youth.
  • A free coffee/tea dispenser and RO water dispenser is also being provisioned to draw in people and re-introduce them to reading, interacting and socialising and thereby break the social, gender and caste divide.
  • Combating malnutrition by providing a food supplement which is a mixture of chana, wheat, groundnut, sesame and jaggery. People are being sensitised to prepare it at home. It is proposed to start production and packaging in sachets for single use through a semi-automatic unit to be managed by women.
  • Enabling women to set up a production unit for manufacture and distribution of sanitary pads and providing electrical or solar powered mini-incinerator for their disposal.

Among the items sought for are Tales of Panchatantra in Hindi and English, Chandamama, Phantom, Tarzan, Mandrake, Chacha Chaudhary, Champak, Tinkle etc would draw in the children; newspapers and magazines like Times of India, Hindustan Times, Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Aaj, India Today, Outlook etc in Hindi and English would cater to the young and elderly. Magazines like Competition Success Review, Manorama Year Book, Rapidex, English Speaking, Motivational Books etc would enable students to gain knowledge and acquire skills.

Old and discarded but still usable hardware like i-Pads, Tablets, Note-Books, Desktops, Laptops etc are welcome. Toys of all kinds in working condition are also welcome. Similarly, old/new comics, story books, subscriptions of newspapers and magazines are solicited.

HUDCO, which built the community hall long back, has undertaken to renovate and refurbish it at its own cost, saving the Trust substantial amounts in civil works.

Donors should donate the items by direct delivery to the Trust which has its office and area of operation at the village community hall. Subscriptions may be made in the name of the Trust and the items may be couriered to:

Ramesh Kumar, Office Incharge, Bandi Parmeshwariji Charitable Trust, Village and Post-Murgawan, Block-Ben, District-Nalanda, Bihar-803114, India. Mobile : +91-8409861762

Binod Narayan Singh is the Secretary of the Trust and he can be reached at +91-9431646032.

Please spread the word in your circles so that more people can donate.

2024 Lok Sabha Elections

Mallikarjun Kharge vows to continue politics till his last breath to defeat BJP

The 81-year-old Congress leader was speaking at a election rally in Afzalpur and said that if the people did not vote for the Congress candidate, he would think that he did not have any place in Kalaburagi anymore.

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Congress President M Mallikarjun Kharge on Wednesday appealed to the people of Kalaburagi to at least attend his funeral if they thought he worked for them even though they do not wish to vote for Congress in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.

The 81-year-old Congress leader was speaking at a election rally in Afzalpur and said that if the people did not vote for the Congress candidate, he would think that he did not have any place in Kalaburagi anymore. The Congress President sought an emotional chord with the people of his home district of Kalaburagi, Karnataka

The grand old party has fielded Kharge’s son-in-law Radhakrishna Doddamani from Kalaburagi, against BJP’s sitting MP Umesh Jadhav. Kharge had won the Lok Sabha elections from Kalaburagi in 2009 and 2014, but lost in 2019. He appealed to the voters to vote for Congress but at least come to his funeral if they thought that he had done some work in Kalaburagi. Kharge added that he would continue in politics till his last breath to defeat the BJP and RSS ideology.

The Congress leader said he is born for politics and whether or not he contests the election, he will continue to strive till his last breath to save the Constitution and democracy of the country. He asserted that he will not retire from politics. Kharge said that retirement happens from a position but one should not retire from his/her principles. He said he is born to defeat the ideology of the BJP and RSS and not to surrender before them.

He advised Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, who shared the stage with him, to follow his principles. He said he had told Siddaramaiah many times that he may retire as CM or MLA, but he cannot retire from politics till he defeats the ideology of the BJP and RSS.

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Nitin Gadkari says he’s better now after collapsing at election rally in Maharashtra’s Yavatmal

A disturbing video of the incident – which was unfortunately streamed live on X (formerly Twitter), including by his own account – showed Nitin Gadkari being carried away by those on stage, many of whom rushed to form a shield around the BJP leader to give him, and those treating him, some privacy.

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Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari collapsed while speaking at an election rally in Maharashtra’s Yavatmal on Wednesday afternoon. Fortunately, the senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader received prompt treatment and was able, after a brief pause, to get back up on stage and continue his speech.

A disturbing video of the incident – which was unfortunately streamed live on X (formerly Twitter), including by his own account – showed Nitin Gadkari being carried away by those on stage, many of whom rushed to form a shield around the BJP leader to give him, and those treating him, some privacy.

Nitin Gadkari took to X and informed that he felt uncomfortable due to the heat during the rally in Pusad, Maharashtra. But now he is completely healthy and is leaving for Varud to attend the next meeting. He thanked his supporters and well wishers for their love and good wishes.

Gadkari, who fought the elections in the first phase of voting as BJP’s candidate from Nagpur Lok Sabha seat, was campaigning for Eknath Shinde-led Shiv Sena leader Rajashree Patil in Yavatmal’s Pusad. Addressing the rally, the union minister said, he was confident that the people of Yavatmal district, which has a constant tendency towards development, will give victory to the BJP-Maha alliance, which believes in all-round development.

Gadkari posted on X that as the nation moves towards a developed India, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, significant work has been done in the last 10 years in the areas of roads and highways as well as health, education and other sectors across the country. He said many schemes of the central government were successfully extended to the rural areas. Due to this, along with the city, the people of the rural areas are also able to benefit from many important facilities.

The Yavatmal constituency along with Akola, Buldhana, Amravati, Hingoli, Wardha, Parbhani and Nanded in Maharashtra are scheduled to vote in the second phase of the Lok Sabha election on April 26.

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PM Narendra Modi slams Congress over Sam Pitroda’s inheritance tax remarks, accuses Congress of intending to impose higher taxes

PM Modi was speaking at a public meeting in Chhattisgarh’s Surguja, where he alleged that the Congress wants to fill its own coffers by imposing ever higher taxes and not allowing people to pass on their hard-earned wealth to their children.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched a scathing attack on Congress after Sam Pitroda advocated for a US-style inheritance tax amid the ongoing debate over wealth redistribution. The comments have further fuelled an already-raging controversy over Rahul Gandhi’s promise to conduct a wealth survey if the Congress won the Lok Sabha election.

PM Modi was speaking at a public meeting in Chhattisgarh’s Surguja, where he alleged that the Congress wants to fill its own coffers by imposing ever higher taxes and not allowing people to pass on their hard-earned wealth to their children.

The Prime minister said the advisor (Sam Pitroda) of the prince and the royal family had said some time ago that more taxes should be imposed on the middle class.  He said the Congress party says that it will impose an inheritance tax, and it will also impose tax on the inheritance received from parents. PM Modi added the children will not get the wealth that their parents accumulate through their hard work, rather the Congress party will snatch it away from them.

PM Modi said Pitroda’s remarks have exposed the dangerous intentions of the Congress.  He took a veiled jibe at the Congress and said the party has only one mantra – to loot people zindagi ke sath bhi, zindagi ke baad bhi (in life and even after death).

 The prime minister did not take any names and targeted the Gandhi family and said, those people who considered the entire Congress party as their ancestral property and handed it over to their children, now do not want Indians to pass on their property to their younger generations.

Indian Overseas Congress chairman Sam Pitroda while talking to the media backed his party’s stand on redistribution of wealth and called for a policy for the same while citing the concept of inheritance tax prevailing in some American states.

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