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Soha Ali Khan Announces India's Spelling Bee Champion

Soha Ali Khan Announces Ananya G Upadhya as India's Spelling Champ of Classmate Spell Bee Season 8
Soha Ali Khan Announces Ananya G Upadhya as India's Spelling Champ of Classmate Spell Bee Season 8

Classmate, one of India’s leading notebook brands by ITC and Radio Mirchi’s spelling extravaganza Classmate Spell Bee Season 8 culminated today with an exhilarating finish as Soha Ali Khan announced Ananya G Upadhya of Sri Kumaran Children’s Home CBSE (Mallasandra Campus), Bengaluru as the National Champion of India’s largest spelling competition. Samyukta Shrivatsa of PSBB Learning Leadership Academy, Bengaluru was the first runner-up. The theme for the contest this year ‘Every child is unique and so is every word’ is inspired by Classmate’s brand thought of celebrating uniqueness. The competition this year was conducted across India and engaged with more than 3 lac students across 800 schools in 30 cities by testing their mettle in English spellings.

Abhishek Bachchan inaugurates festival at prestigious university connected to three Bachchan generations

Abhishek Bachchan at Spandan Festival, Benaras Hindu University

Actor Abhishek Bachchan has been inspiring the youth with his commitment and passion towards sports in the country. The actor has been going all out to promote any new and upcoming talent not only in the field of sports but in other fields as well.

BLCF Bangla School in Singapore observes Amar Ekushey

Amar Ekushey - BCLF Singapore

Singapore, Feb 26 -  Two Bangla schools Zhangdi Primary School and Jhuying Primary School operated by Bangladesh Language and Cultural Foundation (BLCF) observed Amar Ekushey and the International Mother Language Day at their school premises.

Roads to Ruins - JNU: Ultra Leftism, Congress opportunism and Intellectual Cowardice | Nirendra Dev

The stories coming out of JNU, labeled a premier university and a communist bastion, have all the classic marks – professionally trained anti-India slogan shouters, a large army of Narendra Modi-haters, an ambitious student politics of ultra Left wings and righter wingers ABVP, political opportunism of Rahul Gandhi and the ability to link a hanged terror mastermind to his religion (Muslim) identification.

Curiously enough one prominent student leader's father has been a former member of SIMI.

The two-page letter from JNU associate professor Badal Ghana Chakravorty’s missive in 1996 (see snap) had clearly cautioned: “Once again the campus is awash with poster campaign by PDSU (financed by Islamic terrorists from Pakistan) asking for withdrawal of army from Kashmir so that Kashmir can fully become an Islamic state outside the territorial jurisdiction of  India”.

Letter from JNU associate professor Badal Ghana Chakravorty
Letter from JNU associate professor Badal Ghana Chakravorty

On this backdrop we have a different regime in New Delhi. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi by inclination is not a coward and perhaps hates playing safe.

This is the sole reason that that a die-hard Congressman and anti-BJP Manishanker Aiyar today (in circa 2016) finds merits in Atal Behari Vajpayee, someone who would always try to inherit the Nehruvian legacy despite his RSS background.

Read on.

JNU fracas: Instinctive Resistance and Tyranny of Power-Politics - Nirendra Dev

‘One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich’ is one of the best known novels that portrayed brilliantly the scathing indictment of Communist tyranny and an eloquent affirmation of the human spirit.

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