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Maheshwari group consolidates stake in Amar Ujala

After buying out global private equity major DE Shaw's stake, the Maheshwari family has further consolidated its holding in Amar Ujala Publications by acquiring 14 per cent stake from Ashok Agarwal and family.Rajul Maheshwari, managing director of the company that publishes Hindi daily Amar Ujala, along with his family and friends, has acquired this 14 per cent stake for an estimated value of Rs 150...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others | City : New Delhi

Veteran Journalist Rajendra Srivastava passes away

Hindi journalist Rajendra Srivastava of the United News of India Hindi wing Univarta died here today after a brief illness. He was 72. Mr Srivastava had started his career in the year 1965 with Sarita Magazine and worked with Samachar Bharti, Samachar and Univarta besides writing a number of columns in Hindi newspapers and magazines. After a sudden illness, he was admitted at a...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Madhuri Dixit launches music of 'Gulaab Gang'

New Delhi, February 1 : Madhuri Dixit has launched the music of her upcoming film 'Gulaab Gang' in Varanasi.Speaking at the event organized in collaboration with Amar Ujala's 'Beti hi bachayegi' campaign, the 46-year-old 'Devdas' star said, "The belief of Rajjo's character in the film Gulaab Gang is that daughters will be the only saviour, which is what Amar Ujala is trying to say through this campaign...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : New Delhi

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Beas tragedy in video: How the Himachal adventure trip turned into a tragedy for Hyderabad studentsA video of the recent Himachal Pradesh tragedy which happened near the banks of Beas river has come out. The video which was released by Hindi daily Amar Ujala, shows how the students were struggling to rescue themselves but finally got swept away in the strong current of the water.based engineering college...
Source : Merinews |
Category : NRI

Exhibitions mark conclusion of 'Hindi Pakhwara'

The Hindi Pakhwara concluded with a programme organised at Allahabad GPO, Civil Lines on Saturday. Rahmatullah, senior superintendant of Post Offices, Allahabad division, welcomed the chief guest, Krishna Kumar Yadav, director Postal Services, Allahabad region and briefed about the programme.Addressing the gathering, Yadav urged the officers and employees to encourage the use of Hindi in government...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Allahabad

Lawyers urged to conduct legal work in Hindi

the eve of Hindi Diwas, a programme was organized by the Allahabad High Court Bar Association (HCBA), where some judges of Allahabad HC and several lawyers urged their colleagues to conduct legal work in Hindi.As many as 58 lawyers were felicitated on this occasion for conducting their legal work in Hindi. On this occasion, the chief guest Advocate General SP Gupta urged the lawyers to perform legal...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Allahabad

Seminar on Hindi's global dimension organised

A seminar on 'The role of Hindi in changing emvironments' was organized at the office of the postmaster general, Allahabad, on Friday. The seminar was followed by a special programme to felicitate winners of various competitions organised by the, Allahabad region, Krishna Kumar Yadav said Hindi has a significant role to play in keeping Indian culture intact. If Hindi is to be popularized and developed...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Allahabad

Call to protect regional languages

JHANSI: In an era when everyone is running after the King's language, the 41st conference on Hindi language, organized by the 'Bhartiya Hindi Parishad', came as a boost to Hindi lovers. The conference, held at the Gandhi auditorium of theon Tuesday and Wednesday, was attended by a galaxy of intellectuals from Hindi literary world and that of regional languages.The Parishad was launched in 1942 in ...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Jhansi

Govt gives due importance to media: HP CM

Virbahdra Singh today said his government will always give due importance to the media and was committed to maintain cordial relations with it. Mr Singh said this while speaking on the occasion of Pratibha Samman Samaroh, organised by the Amar Ujala group. He urged the journalistic fraternity to highlight and project the development works of the government so that people of far-flung areas may...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Scribe dies of cardiac arrest

Rajesh Bhatia (45), a teacher and journalist, passed away this morning due to cardiac arrest. Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, Public Relations Minister Bikram Singh Majithia and leaders of various other political parties and social organisations expressed grief over the passing away of Bhatia, who was representing Amar Ujala. He was...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines
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