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                         BVP IN THE NEWS                                

Celebrating Bharati Day
Vadapalani Times; Monday, December 20th, 2010

The Ashok Nagar branch of Bharath Vikas Parishad in association with Rotary Club of Pallava celebrated Bharati Day on the 12th December at Jawahar Vidyalaya, Ashok Nagar. They conducted essay writing, singing and oratorical competitions for corporation schools, Government high schools and for private schools separately. More than 100 students participated in the competition and performed par excellence.

Saradha Nambi Arooran, Commissioner, Right to Information, was the chief guest and she gave away prizes to the winners of the competition. The chief guest was welcomed by the Secretary Jayasree Sridharan and the President Usha Hariharan. Arooran, in her speech showered encomium on Bharati and Avvai and narrated how Bharati admired Avvai than any other poets. She advised the kids on how they should obey their parents and the importance of such obedience. Her speech was apt and motivating for the kids.

Students of Jayagopal Garodia School, West Mambalam performed a folk dance which earned them adulation and second prize among 44 teams from all over India in the National Group Song Competition held at Sonepet Haryana conducted by Bharat Vikas Parishad. The first prize for the oratorical competition was bagged by Lavanya from Pathipaga Chemmal School in Kodambakaam and Harish of Jawahar Vidyalaya. Under the singing category, Abirami of Chennai Girls higher secondary school in Saidapet and Asha Ramanujam of PSBB won the first prize. In the essay writing competition, Ramya of CMS, MMDA Colony and Bhavadharini of Devi Academy, Valasarawakkam won the first prize.

Bharat Vikas Parishad alongwith Dharma Vikas Charitabke trust donated artificial limb to K.Raman, aged 78 who lost his legs due to diabetes. Annamalai, the President of Rotaty Club, Pallava delivered the limb to Raman. All the kids were provided with Bharatiar Kavithaigal and Thirukkural book and certificates.

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Allahabad High Court has upheld historians’ view: Dr Elst
Punjab Newsline; Tuesday, 14 December 2010

CHANDIGARH: The Allahabad High Court’s recent verdict on contending Ayodhya claims by Hindus and Muslims is a welcome decision. Though neither Hindus nor Muslims feel content with the decision, the ball will now be in the court Supreme Court. Being a historian I would not comment on the political nature of issue further, said Belgian Indologist Dr. Koenraad Elst.

Dr Elst said while delivering lecture at a program organised yesterday night in Indra Holiday Home by Chandigarh unit of Bharat Vikas Parishad on the topic "Allahabad High Court’s Ayodhya verdict". He opined, "The procedure could be expedited if the Muslim litigants present to the Supreme Court, the plan proposed in some Muslim circles, which is to build an Islamic-style peace monument rather than a mosque on their part of the land."

He added that if one studies the Allahabad High Court decision carefully, one would find that the entire decision has been delivered on the basis of historical facts and figures. "This has become possible due to policies of Congress Prime Ministers Rajiv Gandhi and Narasimha Rao. They discreetly promoted long-term project of rebuilding a Hindu temple at contentious site by linking decision about the site’s future to the historical question about its past," he said.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad organise free medical camp
Garhwal Post; Monday, 13.12.2010, 04:59pm

DEHRADUN, 12 Dec: Bharat Vikas Parishad - Dehradun Greater Sakha, with the support of NIVH, organised a ‘Viklang Shivir’ at Premnagar here today in which patients from financially weaker sections were given free medical check-ups and provided medicines and other apparatus free of cost.

The Camp was inaugurated by Speaker Harbans Kapoor. In all, about 500 patients availed themselves of the opportunity.

The patients were given crutches, tricycles, hearing aids, sticks and spectacles. The doctors from NIVH conducted free medical check-ups of the patients.

Kapoor said that serving humans was humane. He said that there were lots of people who could not get medical treatment due to the high cost and Bharat Vikas Parishad, by providing free medical check-ups, was doing a great service to humanity.

National General Secretary of the Parishad, Surendra Wadhwa spoke about the various social works conducted by the Parishad.

Also present on the occasion were the Parishad’s Regional President, Savita Kapoor, Aruna Adlakhiya, Rajkumar Chauhan, Dr Shail, Madan Khatri, Madhu Malhotra, Yogendra Kohli, Rajiv Malhotra and Neeranjan Singh Virdi.

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Bharat Ko Jano quiz competition held
State Times: Tuesday, December 07, 2010

JAMMU : Bharat Vikash Parishad with a mission for development and growth of Bharat in all fields of Human Endeavour : Culture, Social, Academic, Moral, National and Spiritual, is doing activities in Sewa, Sanskar and Sampark. A quiz contest on Bharat ko Jano is held every year at national level. This contest was organised at all branch levels. Winning two teams, one in senior group and the other in junior group selected from each area competed at J and K State level competition on Saturday.

This competition was held under the Presidentship of Dr. Subhash Gupta, Prof. Satish Anand, S.N Sharma, Dr. Santosh Gupta, Prof. Suresh Gupta, Arun Sharma, Vijay Sharma, Dr. J.K Sharma, Dr. Gopal Sharma, Dr. Kotwal, Rajinder Gupta , Atam Sarup, Dr. Raj Kumar, State executive members and presidents of various branches and members wherein former Minister Gulchain Singh Charak was Chief Guest.

Seven teams each in senior and junior group level participated. The first winning team at State level competition in senior group competition include Dogra Higher Secondary School, Jagriti Niketan Higher Secondary School and Presentation Convent School and in the junior group competition w first winning team include Maharishi Vidya Mandir (Sainik Colony), Tawishi Scholars and Presentation Convent, Gandhi Nagar. The first winning team in each group will compete at National level in January 2011.

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Installation of Bharat Vikas Parishad Srungavarapu Kota Branch (Rural Branch)
Green Earth Organisation: Sunday, December 5, 2010

On 01st September, 2010 Bharat Vikas Parishad, new branch at Srungavarapu Kota, Vijayanagaram (Dist) AP-east was installed by Smt.Pilla Nirmala (State President of BVP AP-East). Sri. M.Narayana Murthy (Rtd Govt. College Principal) as President, Sri.Bobbili Ramakrishna (Founder of Green Earth Organization) as secretary, Sri Karri Sreenivasa rao as Treasurer oath was given by Smt.Pilla Nirmala (State President), Sri.Adari Apparao, Sri.Ithamsetty Satish Kumar (Lecturer in Biochemistry) & B. Ramakrishna (Secretary) took much more interest to open this new branch. Dr.Bhagavanlu Promised to sponsor a new branch at Lakkavarapu Kota (L.Kota).

Sri.K.V.Ramanamurthy (State Organizing Secretary), Sri.P.Bhaskar rao (Secretory of Anakapalli Branch), Smt.T.Annapurna has participated. This branch was sponsored by Anakapalli branch.

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Needy students get financial assistance
Tribune - Monday, November 29, 2010, Chandigarh,

Ludhiana, November 28. The Bharat Vikas Parishad, Tagore branch, organised a function, in which needy students from various schools and colleges like GCW, Arya Collage, Devki Devi Jain Memorial College , Master Tara Singh College for Women, Arya School, Sanatam Dharam School, Purana Bazar, Government Model High School and PAU received financial help amounting to over Rs 1.75 lakh.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad holds quiz competition
Jammu Kashmir Newspoint -  Monday, November 29, 2010

Pathankot, November 27. Bharat Vikas Parishad Chattwal wing organized 'Bharat Ko Jano' competition at Shaheed Makhan Singh Sen. Sec. School Pathankot. Dr. Ashok Sharma, district president K.K.Mahajan, Jog Raj Sharma presided over the function. Punjab north vice- president Principal Sushila Sharma, Project Chairman Sanjeev Sharma, Sec Rajnish Sharma and Treasurear Surjit Kumar welcomed the guests. 15 school participated in this Quiz Contest north zone Vice- President principal Sushila Sharma said Indian cultural is the best cultural in world and BVP is doing an allround development in students.

Project chairman Sanjeev Sharma said BVP chattwal has organized many contest in whole year. National group singing contests, solo singing, drawing contest were organised. Sec. Rajeev organized a quiz contest.

During this contest Sawan Senior School Haryal bags first position, S.R.K.P School Bungal stood second and Himshikha School Mamun secure third position at junior level competition whereas in Senior Level contest Himshikha School Mamun bags first, S.R.K.P School Bungal stood second and Sawan Senior School Haryal secure third position. The winners were rewarded by the Parishad.

On this occasion Manager Meena Sharma, Sanjeev Sharma, Surjit, Happy, Rajnish, Prof Manu Sharma Sharma and others were present.

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Corrective surgeries of ortho impaired being arranged by Bharat Vikas Parishad
SSA to provide physiotherapy to disabled kids after their surgeries
Indian Express - Sun, 28 Nov 2010

Ludhiana: Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan in Punjab will now provide free physiotherapy sessions to students after they undergo surgery at the city hospitals to cure their disabilities.

Disclosing this Gursharan Singh, Ludhiana District Coordinator of Inclusive Education, Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, Punjab, said, "This project of the SSA was started last year in June. Under this, three hospitals were selected to operate children suffering from multiple disabilities. The hospitals are Guru Teg Bahadur Charitable Hospital in Model Town, Christian Medical College and Hospital (CMCH). Bharat Vikas Parishad, a non-governmental organisation, also helps in getting surgeries of polio-affected children done. The corrective surgeries of children suffering from cerebral palsy are done by Guru Teg Bahadur Charitable Hospital, while those of ortho impaired at CMCH and being arranged by Bharat Vikas Parishad and that too free of cost."

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Vatridwitiya Utsav by Bharat Vikas Parishad
North East India News

Agartala, Nov 17: The great social function of Vatridwitiya was jointly organized and celebrated by the lady members of Bharat Vikas Parishad Family of Agartala City East and West at the conference hall in Tripureshwari Shishu Mandir School premises, Ramnagar Road No. 2 on November 7.

The function was inaugurated by Dr. Sitanath Dey, the educationist and scholar of Bharat Gourav, Subimal Roy, the scholar of Rabindra Literature and Chitta Ranjan Chakraborty, the educationist. The Chief guest Subimal Roy cited some spiritual aspects on various examples regarding Bharatiya culture and expressed his happiness on the various social activities performed by BVP. (Source: Tripura Times)

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45 get prosthetics, wheelchairs
The Tribune; Monday, November 15, 2010, Chandigarh, India

Ludhiana, November 14: Around 45 differently abled persons were given callipers, prosthetics, wheelchairs, tri-cycles and hearing aids at a free camp organised by the Bharat Vikas Parishad at Viklang Sahayta Kendra in Rishi Nagar here today. Chief guest Tushar Chawla and guest of honour Inderpreet Kaur, district social security officer, lauded the initiative of the NGO and assured their full cooperation towards the welfare of differently abled persons.

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BVP conducts ‘Bharat Ko Jano’ quiz competition
JK Public School Panjtirthi bags first position

State Times - Nov 13th, 2010

JAMMU: Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) Jammu East on Friday conducted ‘Bharat Ko Jano’ quiz competition in the auditorium of Delhi Public School, Jammu. The programme commenced with lighting of traditional lamp followed by enchanting of melodious Vande Matram. On this occasion, Kamlesh Prabhakar was the Chief Guest. Professor S. C Anand narrated the rules and regulations of the competition.

The competition was conducted in two categories i.e. Junior and Senior. Eleven teams from different reputed educational institutes participated in Junior category where as ten teams participated in Senior category. In Junior category JK Public School Panjtirthi bagged first position where as second and third slot was shared by Jagriti Niketan Higher Secondary School and Delhi Public School respectively. In another competition, in Senior category Jagriti Niketan Higher Secondary School bagged first position whereas second and third slot was shared by SM Jain Higher Secondary School and Oriental Academy respectively. The competition remained neck to neck.

Speaking on this occasion, the Chief Guest lauded the role of BVP which conducts this competition every year to impart the knowledge of Indian culture and civilization among youth. Sudershan Sonar, the Principal of Delhi Public School in his speech thanked BVP for selecting the school as venue of competition and narrated that such competitions should be conducted in all the schools to keep our Indian culture and civilization alive.

All the participants were given mementoes and certificates. Prominent among those who present and spoke on this occasion were Er. Gopal Sharma, Nathu Ram Gupta, Dr. R.D Gupta, S. N Sharma, Inder Parkash, Anil Sharma, Shailender Gupta, D.V Satti, Dr. S. M Anand, Arun Sharma, Kushal Kumar, Rakesh Gupta and Rohini Aima. Rakesh Gupta presented vote of thanks. The programme was attended by large number of members of BVP and citizens from all walks of life.

Briefing the media persons, it was informed that teams standing first in this competition shall compete in the State Level Competition on 20th November, 2010.

The whole proceedings of the function were carried and compered by Jyotsna Sharma and Gopal Sharma.

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Bharat ko jano quiz
Tribune : Ludhiana, November 10, 2010

Ludhiana: The Amloh unit of the Bharat Vikas Prishad organised an inter-school quiz competition, Bharat ko jano, at Saint Farid Public School here today.

Project in charge and parishad chairman welcomed the guests at the inaugural function. A total of eight teams of junior and five of senior classes from different schools participated in the competition. The winner teams of regions will take part in the state-level competition to be held on November 21 in Patiala and the national-level competition in Lucknow on January 1 and 2 next year.

Senior group: 1. Lagan Kapoor and Udesh Kumar from Government Senior Secondary School, Amloh; 2. Narjeet Kaur and Arshpreet Kaur from Maghi Memorial.

Junior group: 1. Sohan Singh and Ravinder Singh from Government Middle School, Bhadal, Thuha; 2. Diksha Sood and Navjot Kaur from Sant Farid Public School. — TNS


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BVP  celebrates Diwali fest
Early Times Report -  Wednesday 3rd Nov 2010

JAMMU, Nov 1: Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP), Trikuta Nagar branch celebrated Diwali festival with kids of Maratha Colony, an anganwari centre, where in more than 90 children are studying and this centre is being run by. Kanchan Khajuria, a social worker.

This Unit of Bharat Vikas Parishad donated carpet, furniture, stationery and also distributed biscuits and sweets among the children, who belong to downtrodden section of society. All the members of Bharat Vikas Parishad appreciated the sincere and dedicated efforts of Khajuria for her contribution towards the cause of society. Besides this, adult education is also being given to the elderly people in the evening classes.

Later, this unit of Bharat Vikas Parishad visited "Apna Ghar, a home for orphan or victim girls of Kargil war and distributed sweets and biscuits among these girls. President S.C. Gupta and General Secretary Vanita Kohli wished Happy Diwali to all the inmates of the Ghar. Other prominent members who participated on this event were H.R. Bargotra, I.J. Verma, T.C. Tagger , Geeta Chadda , R.K. Sahu, Prof. O.K. Gupta and Rometra.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad distributes rashan to poor
Jammu Kashmir Newspoint -  Monday, October 11, 2010

Hoshiarpur, October 10: Bharat Vikas Parishad distributed Rashan at Sri Shiv Mandir Kamalpur under the presidentship of Ashish Sarin today. Sanjeev Arora state convener was the chief guest and Shama Rani Ex. MC was the special guest in the function.

While distributing the Rashan, Sanjeev Arora said that serving the poor people is the true worship of god.. Indian culture also teaches us to help each other. Shama Rani said that Bhartiay Vikas Parishad appreciated the works of Parishad and has selfless devotion in their work. While distributing rashan President Ashish Sarin said that this kind of work will be continued and efforts will be made to help maximum the poor and needy. Engineer DP Soni, Raj Kumar, Abhishek Bhatia, Sanju Arora, Arun Taneja, Lokesh Khanna, Sanjeev Khurana and many others were present on the occasion.

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BVP organizes  inter school group song competition
Early Times: 10/7/2010 8:45:41 PM

Jammu, Oct 7: The Jammu West Branch of the Bharat Vikas Parishad organized an inter-school patriotic group singing competition at KC Public School where few schools form Jammu West participated in the competition. The group songs were sung in both Hindi and Sanskrit.
The acadmic Director of KC Public School Dr. RD Thakur, was the Chief Guest on the occasion Prof Satish Anand, the National chairman of the Parishad, graced the occasion as the guest of honour. Other luminaries included Dr Subhash Gupta, President of the Parishad and Arun Sharma, the General Secretary of the Parishad.

Set to innovative tunes, the patriotic songs were sung with enthusiasm and fervour by the participating teams of schools, children. Eventually, the first position in Hindi group singing went to Modern High School, Talab Katikon and in the Sanskrit category, it went to KC Public School.

KC Public School also bagged the 2nd position in Hindi category and the same position in Sanskrit went to Government Higher Secondary School Sarwal. The students of Government Higher Secondary School Bakshi Nagar also put up a good effort and won the 3rd position in Hindi group singing.

Prof. Vijay Prakash, the chief patron of the Parishad (West Jammu Branch) presented the vote of thanks after the prize distribution cer

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BVP organises national group song competition
State Times - Oct 7th, 2010

KATHUA : Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) on Wednesday organised a National Group Song competition in the premises of Nav Adarsh Higher Secondary School Kathua in which students from various private schools of district Kathua participated. Chief Education Officer of Kathua Kuldeep Kumar Gupta was the Chief Guest on the occasion.

The programme started with the lighting of the lamp. Eight teams of students from various schools participated in the competition. The Chief Guest lauded the efforts of the Bharat Vikas Parishad for organising a colourful group song competition at district level. Chief Guest gave mementoes to the winners of the competitions. Patron Dr. (Prof.) Ram Murthi Sharma Patron, President Er. P.C. Gupta, and Secretary Kapil Dev Sharma of the Bharat Vikas Parishad were also present on the occasion

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Bharat Vikas Parishad reviews achievements
Jammu Kashmir Newspoint -  October 5

A meeting was organised by Bharat Vikas Parishad in the hotel Presidency at Hoshiarpur under the headship of Ashish Sareen.

RP Sharma National president of Parishad who came from Mumbai was the chief guest of the meeting. While addressing the meeting RP Sharma said that Parishad was a Social and non-political organization and is based upon co-operation, Sewa and commitment. He also said that every year more than 30 lakh students took part in different programmes which were organised by Parishad like Bharat Ko Jano, cultural programmes and in the medical camps. He said that last year Dr. Katharia was honoured by cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh for his efforts to save the environment of 100 villages.

Ajay Dutta Gen. Secretary of the Parishad said that the members of the Parishad doing the works for the betterment of people in the 65 percent districts of the country.

Sanjeev Arora Convenor of the state appealed to the youth stay away from the drugs and organize the seminars to aware the people from social evils like dowry, child marriage and feticides etc.

In the meeting SP Narula, Rakesh Sehgal, SC Gupta and many others were present.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad distributes sewing machines
Jammu Kashmir Newspoint -  October 3

A function was organised by Bharat Vikas Parishad under the leadership of Ashish Sareen in Shiv Mandir at Jalandhar road Hoshiarpur. Sanjeev Arora state convener of the Parishad and Ex. Mc Shama Rani were the chief guests of the function.
Sewing machines were distributed to the needy women by the members of Parishad with the help of Businessmen and Social servant Vishal Malhotra and Vikas Malhotra.
While addressing the function Sajeev Arora said that Parishad is a Social organization which is doing works for the betterment of poor and needy people.
On the occasion Shama Rani appreciated the works done by Bharat Vikas Parishad.
DP Soni, Sanju Arora, Raj Kumar, bhishak Bhatia, Lokesh Khanna, Puneet Arora, Sanjeev Khurana and many others were present on the occasion.

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With nest empty, they embrace life, again
Times of India - Oct 1, 2010, 04.53am IST

CHANDIGARH: "Not holding back, but letting go" is what 86-year-old HC Sood believes in. Rather than sitting and brooding over being alone, Sood has been keeping himself busy with social work, which has already taken him to 32 countries. Sood, who lives alone in his duplex in Manimajra, says, "I discovered a new meaning in life after I started working for Bharat Vikas Parishad."

Whenever he has free time, he entertains guests, at least three to four each day. There was a time when emptiness threatened to hold him in its tight grip -  that was after Sood's wife had passed away. But he bounced back.

Now, he says, "I am happy and satisfied with my own circle of like-minded people". He adds that he welcomed the opportunities life has to offer. Sood is not alone when it comes to facing life with a positive attitude.

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