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                         BVP IN THE NEWS                                


NGO holds workshop for EWS students
The Indian Express
; 18 Jun 2012
A workshop was organised by Bharat Vikas Parishad, an NGO, on Sunday for meritorious students belonging to the economically weaker sections studying in classes IX and X in various government schools in Chandigarh. Students were given tips by experts on 'Confidence building, positive thinking, communication skills, talent hunt'.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad Sign Off An MoU On Center For Vocational Training To The Intellectually Challenged Person
Faridabad Metro;  16 Jun 2012
Faridabad : The Faridabad chapter of the Bharat Vikas Parishad along with the District Red Cross Society, Faridabad has signed an MOU for Center Of Excellence For Vocational Training To The Intellectually Challenged Person. SN Bansal, President, Faridabad chapter of the Bharat Vikas Parishad and the Faridabad DC Balraj Singh signed the MOU.

Study material given to EWS students
The Indian Express;  Mon May 28 2012
Chandigarh: Bharat Vikas Parishad, an NGO, under its project ‘Saksharta 2012’, distributed study material to students from economically-weaker sections (EWS) of society at Moti Ram Arya Senior Secondary School, Sector 27, on Sunday.

The beneficiaries were students of classes IX and X. BVP also honoured 17 meritorious students of Chandigarh who secured more than 80% marks in their annual examinations.

Chief Guest Prerna Puri Wasu, secretary, UT's IT Department, appreciated the efforts of the organisation and recommended that the Parishad should take steps to generate employment opportunities for needy students of society.

Dhumal inaugurates CT scan machine
The Indian Express; Mon May 07 2012
Chandigarh:  Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal inaugurated a CT scan machine set up by the Bharat Vikas Parishad at its Charitable Medical Centre in Sector 24 today. The machine has been set up at the cost of Rs 1.5 crore to provide CT scan facilities at a nominal rate to patients.

Addressing the gathering, Dhumal appealed to people to contribute liberally towards philanthropic activities in order to mitigate the sufferings of poor and needy.

He said a fund "Chief Minister’s Relief Fund" had been set up in Himachal Pradesh to extend financial help to the poor and needy people for treatment of cancer, kidney and heart diseases. He further said Rs 23.5 crore had been released from the fund in the past four years. Centre Director Ajay Dutta said around 2,000 clinical tests of different kinds were being conducted daily at the centre.

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Dhumal inaugurates CT scan machine at charitable centre
The Pioneer;  Sunday, 06 May 2012
Chandigarh: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal on Sunday inaugurated a state-of-the-art 16 Slice CT-Scan Machine at Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Medical Centre at Indira Holiday Home in Sector 24 here. This is the first of its kind CT scan machine in the tricity after PGIMER.

Dhumal appreciated the role of Bharat Vikas Parishad for lending the community service in a charitable manner.

Ajay Dutta, director, Bharat Vikas Parishad said, “Our commitment has always been to bring the latest world class technologies and equipment to the masses on a charitable basis and we continue to take such initiatives in achieving this objective. Our focus is to increase patient comfort while providing world-class healthcare.” Dutta said for the patient, this new technology provides reassurance because the detailed images captured by the new scanner allow the radiologist to make more accurate diagnosis.

The new scanner is the fastest machine available and performs multi-slice CT scans including angiography, in a matter of seconds. Multi-slice imaging means that more than one image is recorded at a time.

Multi-slice systems reduce the amount of time patients must hold their breath or change position during their examination. This benefits trauma patients, paediatric patients and others who are acutely ill. Special filters reduce the amount of radiation patients are exposed to during the test.

The 16-Slice scanner is an upgrade from the single slice machine previously used at the hospitals.

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Ludhiana prefers natural herbs
Times of India;  Apr 10, 2012

LUDHIANA: All set to observe World Homeopathy Day on Tuesday, homeopaths in the city said the field of medicine, known for having no side effects and long-term cure, is gaining popularity in Ludhiana.

Senior consultant Dr Anurag Sood at Bharat Vikas Parishad, Vikang Sahiata Kendra in Rishi Nagar said he began practicing around a decade ago. ''About 10 patients used to visit me every day and now, the number has gone up several times. People are more aware now and understand that homeopathy offers a permanent cure of all kinds of diseases. Even incurable ailments such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, leukoderma, wheat allergy, fibroids and adenoids can be cured."

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, 26 Mar/12

BHARAT VIKAS PARISHAD is organising water harvesting awards 2012,all house owners who want to participate in this award are invited,they can register details of their name and mobile number and date from when they are using water harvesting equipment’s for their house,last date of registration is 10 April and the award function will be on 14 April in lions club hiranmangri, for registration you can contact M.R. S.K. GUPTA (9352500749)

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Vida 2068: Dazzling fest at Gangaur Ghat 
Udaipur Times of India; March 22, 2012
Bidding adieu to the Hindu year of 2068 and welcoming the New Year 2069 (Vikram Samvat), an evening of celebrations at Gangaur Ghat was a sparkling scene where hundreds of lamps were floated on the waters of Lake Pichola. The lamps were lighted from the sacred flames of the temple of Shree Nath Ji. This was followed by the Ganga Arti.

"Jyoti Kalash Chetna Yatra" started from Shreenath Ji and concluded in Udaipur at the Gangaur Ghat. The procession, which passed through the cities streets, was welcomed with showers of flower petals and with traditional music.

The procession was also adorned with two huge torches. Two of the famous saints Bheem Singh Chouhan and Santosh Balyogi accompanied the procession and headed the program of Arti at Ghangaur Ghat.

With the luminous lake shore and a series of cultural programs, the year 2069 was welcomed with grand fireworks.

The four day Nav Samvatsar program has been organized by the Nav Varsh Samaroh Samiti, in association with (BHARAT VIKAS PARISHAD, ALL BRANCHES, Udaipur and) Udaipur Municipal Corporation and Alok Institute.

The visual impact delivered by the events has been captured for our readers through beautiful photos by Sayeed Ahmed.

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Gomia MLA distributes artificial limbs among needy
The Pioneer; Sunday, 18 March 2012

Gomia MLA and chairman of Dharmic Nayas Board ,Madhav Lal Singh on Sunday distributed artificial limbs, wheel chairs and other apparatus among needy persons of Bokaro Thermal and its surrounding villages.

Sponsored jointly by the Bharat Vikas Parishad ,Bokaro Thermal and SIP, DVC, BTPS, the distribution ceremony was held at the station club here on Sunday.

Singh assured that needy persons from Bokaro Thermal would also be privileged under the scheme very soon. The BVP was rending service to poor society by organising such camps.Physically handicapped persons ,who are unable to procure costly aids were benefited from the camp, he also advised the Parishad to organise such type of camp at Gomia and other places of Bermo. He has assured the members of BVP that he would be help for organising the camp. As many as 44 physically challenged persons were provided with artificial limbs earphoneas, wheel chairs and others apparatus at a free disabled camp.

However, addressing the large gathering Chief engineer G.P Singh said that the main aim of the Prishad is to motivate people to serve our poor, disabled and ignorant brethren not as an act of charity but in the true sprite of our cultural tradition of service as duty. Serving humanity is worshiping god, our goal is to ever expand our mission and introduce the new generation to the service of humility-he further added.

State general secretary P K Ambastha listed the achievement of the Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bokaro Thermal in brief and presented the mementos to the club members. Chief guest Madhav Lal Singh, special guest S K Mishra G M CCL Kathara ,B B Das, PK Ambastha and A K Tiwari inaugurated the camp.

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Human chain formed to encourage people to vote
Times of India; Feb 14, 2012
VARANASI: To encourage a good percentage of voting on the upcoming assembly polls in the city, the Bharat Vikas Parishad Vivekanand, in association with Varanasi Athletic Club, formed a human chain on Sigra road on Monday.

Hundreds of men, women, first time voters and even school children participated in the forming the human chain.

According to spokeperson, Manoj Murjhani, the main aim of taking such a step was to showcase the strength of voting and encourage maximum number of voters on February 15, which is the polling day in the city.

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Remembering Swami Vivekananda
The Hindu
; Monday, January 29, 2012
Bharat Vikas Parishad celebrated Swami Vivekananda's birth anniversary on January 12 at Triplicane. A procession of school students was organised during the event. The rally, which started from the Vivekananda Rock Memorial office at Singarachari Street, Triplicane, at 3.30 p.m., culminated at J.S.N. Jain Vidyalaya Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Ganapathi Street. Earlier, the rally was flagged off by T.S. Ramaswamy, Senior Advocate.

A meeting was held at Jain Vidyalaya, which was attended by school students and members of BVP branches. The teachings of Swami Vivekananda were explained to the students by V. Hariharan, National Secretary; P.M. Gopalakrishna, Zonal Secretary; Prof. B. Satagopan, Tamil Nadu State President; and Chella Subramanian, State Comvenor. A quiz programme was conducted by Mr. T.S. Ramaswamy on the cultural values of our country and cash prizes were distributed to 10 students. Natarajan, State General Secretary, proposed a vote of thanks.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad holds blood donation camp
The Pioneer; Monday, 23 January 2012
Ranchi. The Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bokaro Thermal on Monday paid tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on the occasion of his 115th birth anniversary. Following an appeal by the national general secretary (Vistar) of BVP GP Singh, a blood donation camp was also organised by the Bharat Vikas Parishad in which many people including a woman came to donate despite the inclement weather.

The Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bokaro Thermal and Garmajarua hosted ad donation camp at station club, Bokaro Thermal in which 31people from different walks of life including a woman Krishna Datta donated 31 units blood in the camp. The State general secretary of BVP, PK Ambastha offered full support to the donors along with moral support from the National general secretary (Vistar) GP Singh.

Large number of dignitaries including the State general secretary PK Ambasrtha, Dr R Deiwedi, Dr S Gousami, N Chandel, Shasi Shekhar, RK Chaudhary, KP Banerjee, Uttam Datta, AK Sakuja, Dr Nitis Jha, BN Dubey, Shambhu Poddar, Smt Krishna Datta and others donated blood on the occasion. On this occasion, the State secretary appealed to the youth to donate blood. The donation camp was inaugurated by the chief engineer & project head GP Singh by the traditional lighting of a lamp and paid tributes to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Netaji as one of the greatest leaders and national builders of post-independent India and recalled his contribution in generating social awareness and self-respect among the nationality during the pre-independence period.

Prominent among those present on this occasion included AP Mehta, Dr Upendra Mohantha, and Dr SK Sinha, Yogendra Prasad, RP Verma, Raj Kumar Mohantha, Sister S Minj and Bharamdeo Singh.

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Mammoth rally to mark Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniv
The Pioneer; 13 January, 2012
Gwalior. On the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda a mammoth prabhatpheri (early morning procession) of nearly 500 school children, school teacher of DVC ME School, Shankar Uttkaramit Vidyalaya Six unit, DVC high school and DVC employees was organised in Bokaro Thermal by Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bokaro Thermal branch on Thursday.

The Bharat Vikas Parishad took out an impressive prabhatpheri which started from DVC ME school and passed through major thoroughfares of the Thermal City including station road, hospital, Jharkhand chawk, Lal chawk CMD areas, Govindpur and GM colony that later turned into a meeting at local DVC middle school's ground.

The members of Bharat Vikas Parishad also took part in the rally, led by the State general secretary PK Ambatha. Earlier the National Convener Vistar of BVP GP Singh paid tribute to Swami Vivekananda and recalled his contribution in generating social awareness and self respect among the downtrodden of our nation.

State general secretary PK Ambastha of BVP explained about the organisation and its activities to the school children.

The organisation is working on the theme of contact, help, dedication and service and a member of BVP is working for upliftment of society.

On occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, many social programmes from January 12 to July 10, 2013 would be organised by the BVP, Bokaro Thermal in different ways.

Others present on the occasion included AK Mishra, SB Singh, Shyama Kumari, Rajani Bala Karn, Pratima Chakarbarty, Sanjay Kumar, SK Sarkar, AP Mehta, Anil Gupta, KK Tiwari, Virendra Kumar Sinha, Vimlesh Mishra, Quaseen Akhatar.

Bharat Vikas Parishad presently has 950 branches all over India with a membership of 67,000. In addition Bharat Vikas Parishad has also established a number of branches outside India.

For carrying out its work, the country has been divided into 15 zones and 58 prant.

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Motor Rally
The Hindu
; 13 January, 2012
Vijayawada branch of Bharat Vikas Parishad, a socio cultural organisation, organised shobha yatra, a rally, from Indira Gandhi Municipal Stadium Complex to Swami Vivekananda statue near Raghavaiah Park. City-based Vivekananda Youth Association members led by its president Y. Krishna Prasanna took out another rally separately from Benz Circle to the Raghavaiah Park. Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha activists took out a motorcycle rally from BJP city office to Raghavaiah park and garlanded the statue of Swami Vivekananda. BJYM general secretaries P. Govind G. Ramakrishna and others were present.

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A Warm Gesture for Needy Students
UdaipurTimes;  January 6, 2012
Volunteers of the Bharat Vikas Parishad (Subhash) distributed warm clothes to the students of a government run secondary school near Udaipur as a part of their Annual donation process. The program was also followed by a touching play-act performed by the students.

In a small event held on Thursday, 5th January, a group of volunteers led by Dr. P.C Jain of Bharat Vikas Parishad donated woolen clothes to the students of Girl’s Secondary School at Chawand.

Dr. P.C Jain informed "We conduct this activity every year in winter to help students from the financially weaker sections, however a mere donation is not the only motto of our organization; we also try to educate and create awareness in these children on education and health related issues."

The school students also performed a play named ‘Mein nashedi se shadi nahi karungi’ depicting how consumption of drugs and alcohol can affect the life of the addicted person and his family. The act was presented by the school girls under the guidance of Dr. Jain, who is also a specialist for treating drug addicts.

On this occasion, students pledged that they would never take drugs in their life time and will not marry a man who is a drug addict.

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