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NO COUNTRY CAN DEVELOP SANS NATIONALISM

More than necessity, it’s a new dream that is most often life’s biggest driver.

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Body blow to ex-CM

RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh’s first chief minister Ajit Jogi, who launched the Janata Con¬gress Chhattisgarh last year to challenge the state’s ruling B.

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Lending wings to young dreams…

JAMMU: Established on August 30, 1986; the Shri Mata Vaish¬no Devi Shrine Board has not only undertaken projects to develop the world-renowned cave tirtha nestled in the Trikuta Hills but also endeavoured to make the high-lands green besides aiming at clean¬liness and sanitation and – above all – empowering the future generation with knowledge through its universal education mission.

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A GOVERNMENT THAT ACCEPTS CHALLENGES

Even as a question mark is being placed on whether the Namami Gange Programme will actually succeed, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat tells ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Sanjay Pathak how his regime is comprehending pitfalls and overcoming hurdles that lie along the welfare path 

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The joshiley ‘jewels’ of Jashpur

PATHALGAON: It was indeed a proud moment for tribal-dominated Chhattisgarh when 54 pupils of state-run Prayas Boarding schools – including as many as 21 from Jashpur District’s rural areas – were recently selected for admission at Indian Institutes of Technology and National Institutes of Technology.

A GOVERNMENT THAT ACCEPTS CHALLENGES

A GOVERNMENT THAT ACCEPTS CHALLENGES

Even as a question mark is being placed on whether the Namami Gange Programme will actually succeed, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat tells ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Sanjay Pathak how his regime is comprehending pitfalls and overcoming hurdles that lie along the welfare path

N.B.C.C. (INDIA) - STRIDING LIKE A COLOSSUS

N.B.C.C. (INDIA) - STRIDING LIKE A COLOSSUS

In an exclusive interview to ‘Developing India Mirror’, N.B.C.C. (India) Ltd. C.M.D. Anoop Kumar Mittal tells Correspondent Nirendra Dev how immaculate planning, honest endeavours, great teamwork and foresight have made the G.o.I. enterprise emerge as a trailblazer

MEET KALGI – PERSON AND PHENOMENON

MEET KALGI – PERSON AND PHENOMENON

Ahmedabad: Premier Narendra Modi himself interacted in person with this 20-year-old social worker who especially focusses on betterment of visually-challenged girls and women.

NO COUNTRY CAN DEVELOP SANS NATIONALISM

NO COUNTRY CAN DEVELOP SANS NATIONALISM

More than necessity, it’s a new dream that is most often life’s biggest driver. Running around sites across three metros and monitoring increase of business volume have truly come as unpredictable to Ani Ray as has been his metamorphosis into an accomplished real estate-and-construction magnate. Given his middle-class background, a well-paid job should have kept the man from Kolkata contended. But Ani Ray (49) turned new pages, donned an entrepreneurial hat and launched the Indian chapter of the Arabian Construction Company with support and guidance of his Lebanese friend Rasheed Mikati. After Burf Khalifa, the A.C.C. is creating the 117-storey World One – to be India’s tallest building – in Mumbai.

TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

By Chief Copy Editor Abhijit C Chandra ‘If you can believe, then you can achieve’ seems to be the overriding sentiment conveyed through the countenance of 40-year-old Binod Mairta – a humble Bihari ryot’s boy who is employed as a translator in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat and whose first book – a 264-page romantic thriller – was released on August 30, 2016.

Comrades up in arms

Comrades up in arms

All India United Trade Union Centre General Secretary Sankar Saha interacts with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Divya Joshi Kumar on a range of issues pertaining to the labour sector Q.

A 'digital' village lacking infrastructure

A 'digital' village lacking infrastructure

Jaipur: Eighty-five km south of Alwar District headquarters, a dirt road leads to Karenda, an extremely backward village with a population of approximately 2,000 mostly Meo Muslims who profess Islam but also follow Hindu customs.

P.L.I.P.: Boon for Rayalaseema

P.L.I.P.: Boon for Rayalaseema

VIJAYAWADA: In the first major interlinking of Indian rivers, the dream of connecting the Krishna and the Godavari has been achieved through the medium of the Pattiseema Lift Irrigation Project, constructed to convey the Godavari’s water to the Krishna and commissioned by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandra Babu Naidu on July 6, 2016.

India at Rio

India at Rio

The basic principle of optimism tells us that we should always view a glass as “half filled” than “half empty”.

Silvr can give you a high!

Silvr can give you a high!

Bengaluru’s High Ultra Lounge D J Silvr has a heart-to-heart chat with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Anu Ranjita Q.

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