4 नोव्हेंबर 2018 को दिवाली की शुभ अवसर पर ‘दिवाली पहाट ‘ कार्यक्रम का आयोजन किया गया हैं | वहींपर सुगम संगीत के साथ साथ महाराष्ट्र की ऐतिहासिक एवं सांस्कृतिक धरोहर कहे जाने वाले किले बनाने की कार्यशाला का आयोजन किया गया हैं | महाराष्ट्र से विशेषज्ञ बुलाए गए हैं | हिंदवी स्वराज की राजधानी रायगड किला ये लोग बनायेंगे | इसी किलेपर छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज का राज्याभिषेक हुआ था | वही ऐतिहासिक किले की प्रतिकृती सांसद संभाजी छत्रपति जी के दिल्ली स्थित आवास पर बनायी जा रही हैं | 4 तारीख की सुबह से दोपहर तक बच्चोन्को मिट्टी मे खेलते खेलते किले बनाना सिखाया जायेगा | छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज का गौरवशाली एवं प्रेरणादायी इतिहास इन्ही किलोंपर घटित हुआ था | इससे सभी बच्चे रुबरु होंगे | आईए आप सभी गुणिजणोंका और आपके परिवार का स्वागत करने के लिए दिल्ली मराठी प्रतिष्ठान उत्सुक हैं | आज ही रजिस्टर करें – http://delhimarathi.org/old/ganeshji18.php
Daily Archive: October 30, 2018
New Delhi: If you don’t take proper care of your skin in winter, you will have to deal with chapping, peeling and cracking. But before splurging on products, there are things you can do to help you avoid suffering any side effects.
Neeleshwari Basak, owner of Worldwide Institute of Grooming and Pageants and Arpita Das, owner of Beauness By Arpita, list some tips to keep your skin winter ready.
* Avoid hot showers and steam: Hot water breaks down the lipid barriers in the skin. Stick to warm water. Instead, aim to take shorter baths using warm water. Ensure you pat the towel and don’t rub your skin dry. Apply a body oil before the shower to keep the moisture and follow up with a body cream or a moisturiser after a shower while your skin is still damp to help the cream penetrate.
* Hydrate: Sugar, alcohol and coffee intake promote inflammation and dehydrate your skin by depleting your body of vital nutrients. So, avoid them. You can still look good by drinking adequate amount of water throughout the day. Keep a toner handy to balance the PH level of your skin. Some toner/spray you can even apply on top of your make-up. Staying hydrated promotes skin circulation, and helps to deal with its natural repairing process.
* Exfoliate: To maintain summer skin in the winter, it is important to follow regular exfoliation for both your face and body. You may exfoliate more than usual, but you should do it once or twice a week at the maximum. Exfoliation can be used after cleanser, but before moisturiser, as it helps to remove dead skin and build up for smoother skin and clearer pores.
* Add fruits in your diet: Best way to rejuvenate your skin is to consume fruits and apply a fruit mask. It is the best way to pamper your skin with pure stuff which is free of toxins or any chemicals. Eat a rainbow of colourful fruits like pomegranate, banana, watermelon, papaya, kiwi, oranges and apples for a good healthy glowing skin. Always remember, “You are what you eat”.
* Use aloe vera gel: Slice a piece of aloe vera, squeeze gel and apply it evenly on your face. Aloe vera contains Vitamin C, E, and beta-carotene, which does not only help in nourishing but also aids in anti-aging. It is perfect for dry and dehydrated skin which is common during the winter season. Aloe vera gel moisturises the skin without making it greasy, which is perfect for those with oily skin.
* Yoga is the key: When we practice yoga, it enhances blood circulation. It means more oxygen goes inside our body which, in turn, improves the skin as it nourishes the cells with the required nutrients and flushes out toxins. Because of this, fresh blood gushes in the body, imparting a warm glow to the face.(IANS)
A Jammu and Kashmir-based man was arrested for allegedly raping his daughter on Monday.
According to police, the incident took place in Kunzer area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.
Abdul Majid Bhat was arrested after his son Imtiyaz Ahmad – the victim’s brother – lodged a police complaint, a police spokesman said.
A police spokesperson in a statement said that Police Station Kunzer received a written complaint from one person Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat stating that his sister (name withheld) has been raped by his father Abdul Majid Bhat.
“Accordingly a case FIR NO 117/2018 under Section 376 RPC was registered and an investigation was initiated in the instant matter,” the spokesman said.
In the Financial Year 2018-19, so far 92% wage payments under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) has been generated within 15 days. This percentage was 26.85% in 2014-15, indicating the remarkable improvement towards making timely payments. The allocation of MGNREGA was also increased to a record Rs. 55,000 crore in 2018-19. So far, the Central Government has released over Rs. 45,070 crore to the States. Including State shares, over Rs. 50,000 crore is available for work so far. On receipt of audited accounts from the State Governments, additional funds are being released this week to ensure sufficient availability in all the States. The thrust on completion of incomplete works is showing with a record Rs. 1.70 crore assets completed in the last 30 months. These assets have been for Natural Resource Management (NRM), Water Conservation works, durable assets, and a very large number of Individual Beneficiary Schemes including a 90/95 days’ work availability for poor households in the construction of their own houses under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana-Gramin (PMAY-G). Independent evaluation studies have indicated the success of Natural Resource Management in improving incomes, acreage, productivity, fodder availability, and water table. Similarly, independent assessment of Individual Beneficiary Schemes especially for animal resources has acknowledged their contribution in livelihood diversification and poverty reduction.
So far, 142 crore persondays of work has been generated in the current Financial Year. All States and Districts affected by disaster or drought, based on their submissions have been provided additional persondays. 53% of the total persondays generated has been through women workers. 3.57 lakh differently abled persons have also been given work in the current Financial Year. 65:35 (wages to material) ratio at National level is an indicator of effectiveness and possibility of healthy distribution because of enforcing 60:40 at the District level. High quality assets have been possible on account of this change. Each and every asset under MGNREGS is geo-tagged and available in the public domain for scrutiny. All current works are monitored by geo-tagging have before, during, and after completion to ensure full transparency in all works. Nearly 100% expenditure is now through Electronic Fund Management System (e-FMS) indicating the thrust on quality, transparency, and accountability.
MGNREGS is a demand driven and additional resources will be made available as and when required to ensure that no one is denied work on demand. Adequate steps have been taken to ensure timely payments and mobilization of additional resources when required. Reforms in the programme over the last 3 years have substantially improved the quality of durable assets and convergence for effective livelihood diversification.