Monday, August 17, 2015

69th Independence Day 2015 celebrated in Sirsa


69th Independence Day 2015, Dr Kamal Gupta CPS unfurls Tri Color in Sirsa.
SIRSA NEWS 
 17 August, 2015
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Watch Video: 69th Independence Day 2015, Dr Kamal Gupta CPS unfurls Tri Color in Sirsa. Photo Glimpses Followed by Short Videos and Speech of Dr Kamal Gupta CPS. This Video was recorded on 15th August 2015 at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Stadium Sirsa.

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Sunday, August 09, 2015

Ashwin Shenvi releases PEHAL a film on Drug De- addiction

Ashwin Shenvi releases PEHAL a film on Drug De- addiction at CMK Girls College Auditorium.
SIRSA NEWS 
09 July, 2015
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Watch Video: SP Sirsa Ashwin Shenvi releases PEHAL a film on Drug De- addiction at CMK Girls College Auditorium

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Sirsa SSP Ashwin Shenvi releases PEHAL a film on Drug De addiction at CMK Girls College Auditorium. The Film was screened on 4th August 2015 via a DLP in the CMK College Audi. The Film is produced at a shoestring budget. Director of the Film Sanjeev Shad, Video and editing is by Pawan Bhargava, Audio editing, background music and a song by Dewan Arya, Music  Composition and recording for the song of Tarannum Bharti by Murari Verma. Several amateur local artists and actors worked in the film voluntarily. Inspector CID Sh Ajay Sharma, and several others from Sirsa Police helped in the production of the film.
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With his family shattered due to his drug addiction, a decisive change comes in Karan’s life when his sister fails to find a place to tie a rakhi on his needle-pricked wrist. This is when Karan approaches Pehal, a drive against drugs launched by Sirsa police. Not only does it help him recover, but Karan is now a changed man as he helps the police in catching drug traffickers and begins a healthy, happy life.
These are some of the scenes from an 18-minute documentary, Pehal — The Turning Point, produced by the Sirsa police.
The brainchild of SP Ashwin Shenvi, the documentary aims at dissuading youth from using drugs by depicting the plight of a teenager who gets addicted to drugs.
Ever since Shenvi joined as Sirsa SP, he has been trying to check the inflow of drugs, narcotics and other such substances in the region.
The documentary was released at the CMK National PG College auditorium on Tuesday night. Sanjeev Shaad, a theater artist from Dabwali town of Sirsa has written the script and directed the documentary.
“Twelve local theatre artists are in the main roles while nearly 800 cops from the district police are also seen in the documentary,” Shaad said.
He said the film has merely eight dialogues, but it has three songs in it. “As a part of our drive against drugs, we identified 80 villages which are drug prone. We roped in youth from these villages and constituted 15 youth clubs. The idea was to engage youth so that they could be dissuaded from using drugs. Since the campaign was largely based on seminars, which do not interest youths, we decided to involve youth in the drive through this documentary,” Shenvi said.
Asked about the cost of producing the documentary, Shenvi said the artists did not charge a single penny, but professional cameramen were engaged for Rs30,000.
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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Candle March for Deepali of Sirsa

Candle March Protest for Deepali of Sirsa.
SIRSA NEWS 
30 July, 2015
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video: Candle March for Deepali Singla of Sirsa. Candle March to protest alleged murder by in laws of Deepali Singla of Sirsa who was Married in Bhatinda.

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-शहर में निकला कैंडल मार्च।
-दीपाली हत्याकांड में आरोपियों के खिलाफ कड़ी कार्रवाई की मांग।
-हजारों की संख्या में कैंडल मार्च में शामिल हुए सिरसावासी।
-विभिन्न राजनीतिक, सामाजिक और शैक्षणिक संस्थाओं ने की सहभागिता।
-दीपाली के हत्यारों को मिले सख्त से सख्त सजा : गोबिंद कांडा
-बठिंडा में दहेज को लेकर हुई थी नवविवाहिता दीपाली की हत्या।
-मायके पक्ष के लोगों ने ससुरालपक्ष पर लगाया था आरोप।
-मृतका के परिजनों की मांग
-मामले की हो सीबीआई जांच, दोषियों को मिले फांसी।
 दहेज के लिए बङ्क्षठडा में मौत के घाट उतारी गई सिरसा की बेटी दीपाली के लिए आज शहर में कैंडल मार्च निकाला गया। कैंडल मार्च में हजारों की संख्या में सिरसावासी शामिल हुए। विभिन्न राजनीतिक दलों, सामाजिक संस्थाओं, शैक्षणकि संस्थाओं से जुड़े लोगों ने इस मार्च में सहभागिता की। सभी लोगों की मांग थी कि सिरसा की बेटी को न्याय मिलना चाहिए। इस मामले की सीबीआई से जांच होनी चाहिए और दीपाली की हत्या में संल्पित लोगों को फांसी दी जानी चाहिए ताकि भविष्य में दहेज के लिए कोई बेटी बलि न चढ़े। इस कैंडल मार्च में हजारों की संख्या में शामिल होकर लोगों ने भी इस बात का संकेत दिया कि वे दहेज जैसी सामाजिक बुराई के खिलाफ हैं और दहेज के लिए किसी बेटी की भविष्य में बलि नहीं चढऩे देंगे। हजारों लोग हाथों में कैंडल लिए हुए दीपाली के रोड़ी बाजार स्थित आवास से रवाना हुए। शहर के विभिन्न बाजारों से होता हुआ यह काफिला दीपाली के आवास पर ही समाप्त हुआ। लंबे अर्से बाद किसी मुद्दे पर विभिन्न राजनीतिक दल एकजुट नजर आए।
वॉयस-दीपाली के परिजनों और मार्च में शामिल अन्य लोगों ने भी दीपाली के लिए जस्ट्सि की मांग की और कहा कि नवविवाहिता दीपाली को बेदर्दी से दहेज लोभियों ने मौत के घाट उतार दिया। ऐसे लोगों को किसी भी सूरत में बख्शा नहीं जाना चाहिए। सरकार चाहे किसी की भी जो इस मामले में डटकर विरोध किया जाएगा। राजनीति से ऊपर उठकर सिरसा के लोग जिस प्रकार कैंडल मार्च में शामिल हुए हैं उसी तरह आगे तक जाएंगे।
बाईट-मृतका की नानी। 
बाईट-कैंडल मार्च में शामिल महिलाएं।

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Adieu Dr Kalam

Adieu Dr Kalam, memories of his maiden visit to Sirsa July 2013
SIRSA NEWS 
28 July, 2015
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Dr APJ Abdul Kalam addressing students at CMK Girls College Auditorium in Sirsa
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
07, July 2013
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Watch Video: Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Addresses Students at CMK Girls College Sirsa. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Address at CMK Girls College Sirsa. Dr Ashok Tanwar MP Sirsa, Dr J Ganesan IAS DC Sirsa, Sh Saurabh Singh IPS SSP Sirsa flanked the Former President of India and renowned Missile Scientist on the Stage. Mr VS Chauhan was the curtain raiser to the Grand Event. He was welcomed at the CMK College Auditorium by DC Sirsa, SP Sirsa, Dr Ashok Tanwar MP Sirsa, Mrs Avantika Tanwar, Sh Prabhjot Singh IAS SDM Ellenabad, Mr Sant Lal Pachar SDM Sirsa, Mr Sheoran SDM Dabwali as well as Judicial officers from Sirsa.
Complete Address of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam at CMK Girls College Auditorium Sirsa on 6th July 2013. Details of this NEWS Below the Video. 

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Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam conferred degrees at 1st convocation of JCDM College of Engineering

6th July, 2013:  It was a matter of pride and extreme pleasure for JCD Vidyapeeth, Sirsa that Former President of INDIA Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam came here to confer degrees to the students of B.Tech and M.Tech of JCDM College of Engineering. Everyone in the campus including staff and students was excited for his visit and waiting for him. When Dr. Kalam reached the main gate of JCD Vidyapeeth along with the respected members of State administration including Dr. J. Ganeshan, Deputy Commissioner Sirsa, Mr. Saurabh Singh, S.S.P Sirsa, Mr. Harish Gupta, C.J.M Sirsa, Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dhindsa, Well known Scientist, Ch. Abhay Singh Chautala, Chairman JCDV trust and Mr. Dushyant Chautala, Dr. M.L. Ranga, Vice Chancellor Guru Jhambheshwar University Hisar they were escorted by students of JCD Vidyapeeth in the form of cultural Jhanki. The Chief Guest and other respected guests visited Tau Devi lal Museum and left for the auditorium for the ceremony. The students from all the colleges of JCD Vidyapeeth were standing with banners of their respective college in a much disciplined way to welcome all the guests. Proper security arrangements were made for all the guests at every part of the campus. As the possession entered the auditorium there was a standing ovation and huge round of applause performed by everyone present there. The ceremony was inaugurated by deep prajjwalan ceremony in front of Maa Saraswati by the Chief Guest. Hon’ble Dr. Kalam declared the first convocation on request of Ch. Abhay Singh Chautala. Ch. Abhay Singh Chautala, Chairman JCD Memorial trust welcomed all the guests and said that it is my proud privilege to thank our esteemed Chief Guest Dr. A. P.J Abdul Kalam for accepting our request to take a day out of his extreme busy schedule to be with us today. His coming today to address our 1st convocation is the fulfillment of our long cherished dream of having Dr. Kalam as the Chief Guest for this function. Dr. Gurcharan Dass, Principal JCDM College of Engineering presented annual report of the college and introduced about the activities and progress of the institute.
Dr. Kalam in his convocation address congratulated all the students of JCDM College of Engineering on their accomplishment of acquiring knowledge and resulting into award of degrees. He further shared his thoughts about “Technology and its multi-dimensions”. Challenges for graduating students. He said “Friends, you should get ready to acquire knowledge in an integrated way for using multiple disciplines towards product development and its management, right from the undergraduate engineering programme.  I am sure JCDM College of Engineering is facilitating such inter-disciplinary projects experience to all the students”. He further stressed on making JCDV as JCDM PURA where PURA envisages (Providing Urban Amenities in Rural Areas) provision of physical, electronic and knowledge connectivity to the rural clusters with a minimum mass leading to economic connectivity. He also suggested the Management of JCDM College of Engineering to select the rural complex consisting of nearly 50 villages with a population of around one lakh in the neighbourhood of the college and transform that complex into a dynamic, economically viable, ethically high PURA complex. This PURA can be named as JCDM PURA. He also added that the new dimension of the 21st century is knowledge society, where science, technology and environment will have to go together. The new age model would be a four dimensional bio-nano-info-eco based. He said there is a large student community in the developing countries and there is an urge for higher education. Hence, we should see how we can empower them through university to university collaboration, student – faculty interaction, lab to lab collaboration, reaching out the world class quality teaching and research through a virtual reality environment with the excellent content generated.   At the end he urged the students to take oath that I will work, work and work and succeed. Wherever I am, a thought will always come to my mind. That is what process or product I can innovate, invent or discover. I will work and work for removing the problems faced by planet earth in the areas of water, energy, habitat, waste management and environment through the application of science and technology. My National Flag flies in my heart and I will bring glory to my nation. Dr. M.L. Ranga, Vice chancellor G.J.U Hisar also congratulated the students on this occasion and wished them for success in their life.About 340 pass students of all the branches of B.Tech (ECE, CSE, IT, ME and EEE) from 2004 batch to 2008 batch and M.Tech( ECE and CSE) of 2009,10 batch received their degree from Honourable Dr. Kalam. There were 29 Gold medalist students who were awarded by the Chief Guest. Dr. N.S. Bhal, Sr. Advisor Cum Chief coordinator presented vote of thanks and assured Dr. Kalam that all of us the faculty, graduands and the students shall try our best to come up to his high standards to put India in the rank of developed nations which is his present vision and focus. The ceremony was closed with National Anthem. The principal of all the colleges of JCD Vidyapeeth, heads of various departments and students were present to grace the occasion.
Report: Niyati Chaudhary

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Array of Projects from CM Haryana for SIRSA

  • Array of Projects from CM Haryana for SIRSA
  • Foundation Stone by Nitin Gadkari for up-gradation to Four Lanes of Hisar-Sirsa-Dabwali section of National Highway.
SIRSA NEWS 
21 July, 2015
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The 20th July visit of Sh ML Khattar and Nitin Gadkari announced a wide array of sops for Sirsa and surrounding areas.
Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Mr. Nitin Gadkari today announced that road projects worth Rs 25,000 crore would be executed in Haryana by the end of December this year. He also announced to start rope-way transport system between Dhaula Kuan to Mansesar via Gurgaon in coming four months. Estimated per km cost of this project would be only Rs 50 crore as compared to Rs350 crore per kilometer of Metro. Based on new technology, it would help in decongestion of traffic and facilitate the people of Haryana and Delhi.
The program was held at CDLU Campus Sirsa.
Mr. Gadkari announced this after laying the foundation stone of four laning of Hisar-Dabwali road project costing over Rs 1500 crore in the presence of Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal at Sirsa today. He said that road projects worth Rs.16,000 crore had already been started in the state.
The Union Minister also announced 150 km four lane National Highway project from Hisar to Bathinda via Adampur, Fatehabad, Ratia, Mansa. It would be made of cement concrete. He said that Express highway from Delhi to Katra via Ludhiana and Amritsar would also be constructed.
Describing industries, agriculture and service sector as three important components for development of nation, he said that service sector contributes 62-64 per cent in GDP whereas industry and agriculture contributes 22-24 per cent and 14-16 per cent respectively. He said that former Prime Ministers of Congress party had given slogan ‘Garibi Hatao’ but unfortunately this was not achieved. Even after the 68 years of independence, why we are seeking any scheme of drinking, power, irrigation etc., he questioned and added that we are a rich nation with poor population. Wrong economic policies, bad and corrupt governance and visionless leadership are responsible for this mess.
He said that credit for connecting 1.7 lakh villages out of total 6.5 lakh in the country goes to our former Prime Minister Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He said that Minister of Road Transport and Highways would strengthen the infrastructure under the able guidance of Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi. His Ministry would give employment of 50 lakh youth in five years. The department under his portfolio had started development works to the tune of Rs one lakh crore and this pace would be continue in future. In coming five years, we will execute projects worth Rs five lakh crore, he added.
Referring to the menace of corruption prevailing in RTO offices, he urged the Chief Minister to look into this and keep a tap on the same. He also offered the Chief Minister such kind of 200 driving schools where computer based test would be conducted for getting driving licenses. He said that there would be no dearth of funds for development work in Haryana. Contract had been made with Cement factories to get rid of heavy cost of cement. Under this contract, per bag cement would cost between Rs 120 and 140. He also offered the State Government to take benefit from Union Government for undertaking their development projects. 6
He also offered the Chief Minister to explore possibilities for executing Water port or river port as this mode of transport is cheaper than road and railways.  The Central Government is in the process to draft a scheme under which industries would be set on in the villages having populations more than 10,000.
He also urged the gathering to adopt alternate system of agriculture other than traditional. India import crude oil worth Rs 8 lakh crore which badly impacted our economy. We would have to adopt alternate mode like bio-diesel, ethanol and bio-electric. Farmers could also generate such kind of alternate mode by using techno support so that rural India could be strengthened.
|Speaking on this occasion Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal thanked the Union Minister for giving three important projects worth Rs 3500 crore in a single day. He said the previous government during their 10 year rule had announced only one National Highway but the present Central Govt had given 10 such highways in their one year and two months time. He said that Union Minister today also said that ring road would be constructed in Ambala and Mohali-Chandigarh-Panchkula. He also described Mr Gadkari as Flyover man keeping in view the fast pace of road network in the country.
He also announced the repair and renovation of Sirsa-Natar-Shaheedanwali and Ottu-Rania-Balasar-Dabwali road projects.
Later on, the Chief Minister inaugurated developmental projects costing Rs. 12.52 crore and laid the foundation stone of projects worth about Rs 50 crore in Sirsa.
Haryana Public Work (Building and Roads) Minister Rao Narbir Singh, State BJP President Mr. Subhash Barala, Political Advisor to CM Mr. Jagdish Chopra, senior BJP leader Prof Ganeshi Lal also addressed the gathering.
MLA Hisar Mr. Kamal Gupta, BJP leader Sriniwas Goyal, Master Hari Singh and other leaders and officers of NHAI and district administration also present on this occasion.
July 20 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal said that State Government would execute the construction work of new roads costing Rs1560 crore in the state. Out of these, some roads are rural while others would be constructed under Pradhan Mantri Grameen Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) and NABARD scheme. The work of the same would be started after the rains.
The Chief Minister was addressing a press conference at Sirsa today.
He said that roads which would connect villages would be of 5.5 meter side and the7 roads which would connect district headquarters would be of 10 meter wide. He also announced to give Rs. Five crore each to all five assemblies of the district for development purposes. He informed that a special purpose vehicle (SPV) is being made between State government and Railways for ROBs and RuBs to be constructed in the state.  This would avoid unnecessary delay in executing these works.
On being asked to comment on SYL canal, he said that government is serious in this direction. A reference for the same was pending for last 10 years in Supreme Court. The present government had taken initiative for its completion and requested the court for early hearing.
In reply to a query, he said that VAT on diesel was increased for maintaining uniformity among neighbouring states. Four states had increased VAT on diesel including Haryana, Punjab, HP and Delhi. This ha6d no practical impact on consumers as the same was also reduced by Rs2 by the oil companies.
He said that state government had adopted zero tolerance policy towards corruption. The excise duty which was Rs3300 crore during last year had now been Rs 4500 crore with the e-auction process adopted by the State Government.
On this occasion, he said that previous government during their 10 year rule had announced only one National Highway but the present Central Govt had given 10 such highways in their one year and two months time. Work on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal had also been started. The first phase work would be completed in eight months and the second phase would be completed in 2.5 years.
With the strengthening of road network in the state, industries and transport modes would be increased that would lead to generation of more employment for youth. This would also boost state economy. The online services like CM window, e-registrations and  common services centres are also immensely benefitting the general people.
On this occasion, Chief Minister announced a number of developmental projects worth crores of rupees for all five assembly constituencies of Sirsa district.

Those present on this occasion included State BJP President Mr. Subhash Barala and Political Advisor to CM Mr. Jagdish Chopra, Gurdev Rahi, Pawan Beniwal, Mr. Nikhil Gajraj IAS, Deputy Commissioner Sirsa, Mr. Ashwin Shenvi IPS, Superintendent of Police (SP) Sirsa, Distt BJP President, Amir Chand Mehta 

Sunday, July 19, 2015

20th July CM Visit: Projects worth Crores for Sirsa

Haryana CM ML Khattar and Central Minister Nitin Gadkari to initiate 10 projects worth about Rs62 Crore for Sirsa District.
SIRSA NEWS 
19 July, 2015
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar will lay the foundation stones and inaugurate 10 development projects from a single place in Sirsa on Monday

Union Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will lay the foundation stone of four-laning the NH 10 from Hisar to Dabwali

Pandit Ram Bilas Sharma Education minister Haryana will preside over laying of Foundation stone of Government College for Women at Sirsa for Rs 11.88 crore, repair of Sirsa - Ottu - Rania - Dabwali road at Rs 9.48 crore, inauguration of ITI, recently set up at Odhan, for Rs 2.79 crore, inauguration of sports stadium at Rania for Rs 1.64 crore, inauguration of Kastuba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya at Fatehpur Niyamat Khan for Rs 1.46 crore and Aarohi Model School at Mohammadpuria for Rs 4.04 crore

CM Haryana Sh ML Khattar will also lay the foundation stone of 16.50 MLD sewerage treatment plant at Dabwali for Rs 2.6 crore, a 9.50 MLD sewage treatment plant at Kalanwali for Rs 10.10 crore and a water treatment plant and a water tank at Dabwali for Rs 18 crore.

Most of these projects will be initiated by unveiling of Foundation Stones and Inauguration Plates at CDLU Campus rather than on actual sites.

Dr Ashok Tanwar former MP Sirsa and State Congress president accused Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar of trying to take credit for schemes and projects sanctioned by the previous Congress Government. All the projects being launched by the CM on his visit to Sirsa on 20th July were already approved and in some cases, even funds had been received in the district.

Congress leader Hoshiari Lal Sharma said that the BJP is confining itself to walled CDLU due to the threat of protest of Congress on 20th.

INLD leaders Charanjit Singh Rori (MP Sirsa) and Dushyant Chautala (MP Hisar) have also been invited to attend and their names are also on the banner on the stage of CDLU Multipurpose hall stage, but they are mum so over this program.


Thursday, July 02, 2015

Directly Seeded Rice (DSR) 2015 Demo in Sirsa

Directly Seeded Rice (DSR) 2015 Demo in Sirsa
SIRSA NEWS 
02 July, 2015
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video: Directly Seeded Rice (DSR) Rice Demo at Village Mangala 2015 in Sirsa.
This videos has interviews of: Rupinder Brar farmer of Mangala, Dr Rahul Chauhan ADO, Dr Babu Lal DDA Sirsa, Voice Amit Tiwari; Camera: Vikas Taneja, Amar Singh Jyani, Sandeep Morewal.


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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Gazal evening at Shri Yuvak Sahitya Sadan

Gazal evening at Shri Yuvak Sahitya Sadan
Raju Das and Vijender Gautam enchant audience.
SIRSA NEWS 
30 June, 2015




Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Riaz Sirsa and Shri Yuvak Sahitya Sadan organised a musical program in a jiffy that proved to be enchanting for music lovers of the Sirsa.
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Raju Das, Vijender Gautam sang Gazals for more than 90 hours at a stretch to enchant the audience. Raju Das is from Kolkata but is now a well known Gazalist in Bombay, while Vijender Gautam comes from Jaipur and sings classical is also based in Bombay. Tulsi Anupam of Sirsa requested the duo to sing for Sirsa audience, quick arrangements were made by Raj Verma of Riaz and Sh Satish Gupta and Parveen Bagla of Sh Yuvak Sahitya Sadan. Sr Journalist Laj Pushp anchored the program. The program was attended by many music lovers. Sh Bakshi Ram ji renowned veteran musician was seen after a long time at any such function.
The program was held on 24th June

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

International Yoga Day held in Sirsa

International Yoga Day held in Sirsa; Minister Krishan Bedi Chief Guest.
SIRSA NEWS 
24 June, 2015
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video: Watch Video: International Yoga Day Sirsa 21 June 2015, Chief Guest Haryana Minister Krishan Bedi. To Brass of Sirsa Admin, Deputy Commissioner, SP Sirsa, City Magistrate also perform YOGA along with thousands of Govt Employees, Students and Yoga Enthusiasts at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Stadium Sirsa. Interview of Minister Krishan Bedi.

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International Yoga Day held on Ellenabad; Assandh MLA S . Bakshish Singh Chief Guest.

YOGA was also held in CDLU, JCDV Govt and Private Organizations and several parks.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

National seminar on Yoga for Harmony and Peace held at JCDV

National seminar on Yoga for Harmony and Peace held at JCDV.
Digvijay Chautala Chief Guest.
SIRSA NEWS 
21 June, 2015
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann, Background Music: Murari Verma.
Watch Video: A national seminar on Yoga for Harmony and Peace was held on 21st June 2015 at JCDV Auditorium.
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Sh. Digvijay Singh Chautala was chief guest on 1 day National Seminar on YOGA, while Rear Admiral (Retd) Rao Surendra Singh presided over the seminar. The seminar was well attended.
-अंतर्राष्ट्रीय योग दिवस के अवसर पर जीसीडी विद्यापीठ में सेमीनार आयोजित।
-इनसो के राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष दिग्विजय सिंह चौटाला ने की शिरकत।
-योग दिवस पर नहीं होनी चाहिए राजनीती - दिग्विजय सिंह चौटाला।
-योग भारतीय संस्कृत की मूल जड़ -दिग्विजय सिंह चौटाला।
अंतर्राष्ट्रीय योग दिवस के अवसर पर जीसीडी विद्यापीठ में सेमीनार का आयोजन किया गया । YOGA FOR HARMONY AND PEACE विषय पर आयोजित इस सेमिनार में इनेलो के युवा नेता एवं इनसो के राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष दिग्विजय सिंह चौटाला ने सेमीनार का शुभारम्भ किया। सेमीनार में जीसीडी विद्यापीठ के स्टाफ सदस्यों व विधार्थियों ने भाग लिया। सेमीनार में योग से सम्बधित जानकारी भी दी गयी और बताया गया कि एक मनुष्य के जीवन में योग कितना महत्वपूर्ण है।

इस अवसर पर इनसो के राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष दिग्विजय सिंह चौटाला ने कहा कि योग भारतीय संस्कृति की मूल जड़ है और हर भारतीय को आज अंतरास्ट्रीय योग दिवस के अवसर पर गर्व होना चाहिए। उन्होंने बताया कि इसी मकसद को ध्यान में रख कर आज यह सेमीनार का आयोजन करवाया जा रहा है। योग पर हो रही सियासत पर सवाल पूछे जाने पर उन्होंने कहा कि इस पर राजनीती नहीं होनी चाहिए। योग भारत की प्राचीन संस्कृती की पहचान है। और राजनीती से ऊपर उठकर हमे योग को बढ़ावा देना चाहिए क्योंकि योग हर बिमारी के समाधान का साधन है।