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EPIC India Ka Apna Infotainment Celebrates India This World Heritage Day

EPIC  India Ka Apna Infotainment  Celebrates India This World Heritage Day
Mumbai, 15th April 2019: On World Heritage Day, April 18 – also known as the International Day for Monuments and Sites – EPIC Channel will be broadcasting a special line up of its premium shows, highlighting India’s well known cultural and architectural heritage. India is home to 37 World Heritage Sites officially recognized by the UN and the UNESCO and to raise awareness of the importance of protecting various heritage sites around the world the strong programming line-up includes episodes from the acclaimed travel-history series ‘Ekaant’. The channel will also broadcast two EPIC Specials: ‘Jungle ke Baahubali’ which is a crusade into India’s scenic and unique wetland canvases and the spectacular wildlife in them. This 2 part film also features the wild Asian Elephant and the One Horned Indian Rhinoceros filmed in its natural environment. Another EPIC Special,Rampath which is recognized by UNESCO as the world’s best field Ramleela and categorized as a UNESCO intangible heritage is a narrative on the Ramleela art form performed on the roads of Jaswant Nagar, India. From the ancient streets of Champaner to Shivaji’s sea fort stronghold of Vijaydurg viewers can witness some of the most iconic sites across the country. From one of the greatest universities of ancient times – the learning centre of Nalanda to the extensive ruins of Hampi and the impossibly large fort of Kumbalgarh the day will extoll and explain some of India’s most cherished tangible and intangible heritage. Binge watch these landmark historical sites on this World Heritage Day on April 18, 12.30 pm to 7 pm only on EPIC Channel. About IN10 MEDIA IN10 Media is a network with diverse offerings in the media and entertainment sector. With deeply entrenched roots in the creative community and a long association with premium content, the brands in its folds—includingEPIC, DocuBay, and Showbox cover every aspect of the content life-cycle across platforms. Led by entrepreneur, Aditya Pittie, IN10 Media has its efforts focused on building world-class...
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Ambedkar Jayanti 2019 Celebrated by Siddharth Vikas Mitra Mandal Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Nagar Kurar Village Malad East

Ambedkar Jayanti 2019 Celebrated by Siddharth Vikas Mitra Mandal  Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Nagar Kurar Village Malad East
डॉ भीमराव अम्बेडकर जयंती 14 अप्रैल को मुम्बई व महाराष्ट्र समेत पूरे देश मे बड़े ही हर्षोल्लास से मनाया जाता है, इस दिन को समानता दिवस के रूप में भी मनाया जाता है, क्योंकि  जीवन भर संघर्ष करने वाले डॉ बाबासाहेब भीमराव अम्बेडकर को समानता व ज्ञान का प्रतीक कहा जाता है,14 अप्रैल के दिन उनके प्रति सम्मान व्यक्त करने के लिए मनाया जाता है, डॉ बाबासाहेब भीमराव अम्बेडकर की पहली जयंती सदाशिव रनपीसे उन्होंने 14 अप्रैल 1928 को पुणे शहर में मनाई थी,रनपीसे बाबासाहेब के अनुयायी थे उन्होंने अम्बेडकर जयंती प्रथा शुरू की थी, साथ ही महामानव डॉ बाबासाहेब भीमराव अम्बेडकर के जन्मदिन पर चैत्यभूमि दादर में लाखों के तादात में भीम सैनिक इकट्ठा होकर अभिवादन करते है इसी कड़ी में महात्मा ज्योतिबा फुले नगर कुरार विलेज मलाड पूर्व सिद्धार्थ विकास मित्र मंडल द्वारा अम्बेडकर जयंती बहुत ही जोरदार तरीके से सम्पन्न हुआ इस अवसर पर अस्थानिक आमदार व पूर्व मुम्बई मेयर सुनील प्रभु,मंडल अध्यक्ष धनेश नारायण कामले, राजू भाई पलके, और उत्तर पछिम जिला अध्यक्ष त्रिभुवन विश्वकर्मा व तमाम कार्यकर्ता पदाधिकारी मौजूद रहे आपको बता दे कि आमदार सुनिल प्रभु ने बाबासाहेब के प्रतिमा को फूल अर्पित किआ और बच्चों को बुक वितरण कार्यक्रम किया,साथ ही सुनिल प्रभु ने बात चीत में कहा कि बाबासाहेब की 128 वीं जयंती पूरे दिंडोसी विधानसभा में क्रान्ति नगर, भिम नगर, ज्योतिबा फूले नगर में हमारे सारे भीम सैनिक बड़े हुरसोउल्लास से मना रहे है और क्या कुछ कहा चलिये सुनते...
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BORN 2 DANCE APP – GRAND Launching Of A Unique APP Held In Mumbai

BORN 2 DANCE APP – GRAND Launching Of A Unique APP Held In Mumbai
Amma Charitable Trust launched a marvelous Born 2 Dance App in which a person can register himself and upload his profile and learn Dance at his home. With various more functions. This unique app is the great idea of Shree Babloo Pardesi a Welknown Choregrapher & Event Organiser. This App will be available on Play Store from 22nd April 2019. Born 2 Dance App was launched by the respected welknown personalities Honorable General Secretary Federation of Western India Cine Employees Shri Ashok Dubey,  Honorable President Federation of Western India Cine Employees Shri B N Tiwari, Honorable Treasurer Federation of Western India Cine Employees &  Honorable General Secretary, Film Studio Setting & Allied Mazdur Union – Shri Gangeshwar Shrivastva @ Sanju. The launching ceremony was held with many celebrities, members of Federation, media persons and guests. The team members of BORN 2 Dance displayed the video in which all functions was displayed. Everybody present there praised the efforts and idea of Born 2 Dance App.   Amma Charitable Trust has started this unique app with intention of providing platform for all people sitting at home and learn Dance – ab sabko milega dance ka chance. A Boon to New Comers in the field of...
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Save the Children Organized Special Screening Of Gully Boy For Street Children From Various Parts Of Mumbai at PVR Goregaon

Save the Children Organized Special Screening Of Gully Boy For Street Children From Various Parts Of Mumbai at PVR Goregaon
International Street Children Day kicks off across India 800 street children hosted by Save the Children attend ‘Gully Boy’ screening in association with PVR Cinemas Sanspareils Greenlands (SG Cricket) donates shoes to 800 children across states Mumbai 12th April 2019: April 12th is International Day for Street Children: a special day recognising the strength and resilience of millions of street children around the world. Celebrated globally since 2012, it is an opportunity to recognise their humanity, dignity and rights in the face of unimaginable hardships. We want to rally governments and individuals worldwide to work together to ensure their rights are protected no matter who they are and where they live. Join us in our quest to recognize the potential in every street child. To mark the International day for Street Children on 12th April, Save the Children and partners kicked off month long celebrations across 10 Cities today. A special screening of ‘Gully Boy’ was held in collaboration with PVR Cinemas at PVR, Oberoi Mall, Goregaon for street connected children from various parts of Mumbai. Along with this  special screening of ‘Gully Boy’ also held for 800 street connected children across Delhi, Kolkata and Lucknow to mark the occasion. Zoya Akhtar, prominent filmmaker and screenwriter and director of Gully Boy expressed her happiness over the special screening of the movie for street connected children and said, “As a storyteller, it is gratifying to see how one story on the screen can tell the story of hundreds and thousands of voices waiting to be heard. There may be many more Murad’s and Safeena’s out there, each with a different dream and a different aspiration. I do hope that these street connected children watching the film can find their voice and raise it too.” #TheInvisibles, #IAmSomebody. The celebrations will also include distribution of nearly 1000 pairs of shoes across all states to street connected children we are working with, donated by Sanspareils Greenlands (SG cricket) – India’s largest and most trusted cricket gear manufacturer. They have also provided complete cricket kits to Team India North who will represent India at the first ever Street Child Cricket World Cup (SCCWC 2019) to be played ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup at Lords, England in May. As celebrations continue, in Kanpur, a district level cricket match is being held between children in street situation in collaboration with the South Club Cricket Academy on 12th April. The day will also be marked by activities with children in street situation at 30 hotspots in Mumbai, Pune and Nashik, which will include drawings, group discussions, poems and quotes that focus on their basic rights. A conversation on rights of street children between representatives from DCPCR and child advocates, former-street connected children will take place in Delhi. #TheInvisibles initiative is garnering a lot of support from influencers and opinion leaders and corporates. Dia Mirza, Artist Ambassador, Save the Children added, “You can make their dream a reality. Join me in supporting this incredible journey that takes our children from the streets to Lord’s.  Your contribution can help Team India reach London. You can make it happen! Come on India let’s stand for #TheInvisibles. Notable film director, producer and screenwriter, Subhash Ghai said in a statement, “It is very painful to know that 20 lakh children live on the streets of India. They are denied basic rights and entitlements like food and shelter. I congratulate Save the Children and Salaam Balak Trust for their initiative. They are celebrating 12th April as the International Street Children Day. We must all get together and ensure basic rights for children on the streets. Because we must make the invisible...
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Save the Children Organaised Special Screening Of Gully Boy For Street Children From Various Parts Of Mumbai at PVR Goregaon

Save the Children Organaised Special Screening Of Gully Boy For Street Children From Various Parts Of Mumbai at PVR Goregaon
International Street Children Day kicks off across India 800 street children hosted by Save the Children attend ‘Gully Boy’ screening in association with PVR Cinemas Sanspareils Greenlands (SG Cricket) donates shoes to 800 children across states Mumbai 12th April 2019: April 12th is International Day for Street Children: a special day recognising the strength and resilience of millions of street children around the world. Celebrated globally since 2012, it is an opportunity to recognise their humanity, dignity and rights in the face of unimaginable hardships. We want to rally governments and individuals worldwide to work together to ensure their rights are protected no matter who they are and where they live. Join us in our quest to recognise the potential in every street child. To mark the International day for Street Children on 12th April, Save the Children and partners kicked off month long celebrations across 10 Cities today. A special screening of ‘Gully Boy’ was held in collaboration with PVR Cinemas at PVR, Oberoi Mall, Goregaon for street connected children from various parts of Mumbai. Along with this  special screening of ‘Gully Boy’ also held for 800 street connected children across Delhi, Kolkata and Lucknow to mark the occasion. Zoya Akhtar, prominent filmmaker and screenwriter and director of Gully Boy expressed her happiness over the special screening of the movie for street connected children and said, “As a storyteller, it is gratifying to see how one story on the screen can tell the story of hundreds and thousands of voices waiting to be heard. There may be many more Murad’s and Safeena’s out there, each with a different dream and a different aspiration. I do hope that these street connected children watching the film can find their voice and raise it too.” #TheInvisibles, #IAmSomebody. The celebrations will also include distribution of nearly 1000 pairs of shoes across all states to street connected children we are working with, donated by Sanspareils Greenlands (SG cricket) – India’s largest and most trusted cricket gear manufacturer. They have also provided complete cricket kits to Team India North who will represent India at the first ever Street Child Cricket World Cup (SCCWC 2019) to be played ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup at Lords, England in May. As celebrations continue, in Kanpur, a district level cricket match is being held between children in street situation in collaboration with the South Club Cricket Academy on 12th April. The day will also be marked by activities with children in street situation at 30 hotspots in Mumbai, Pune and Nashik, which will include drawings, group discussions, poems and quotes that focus on their basic rights. A conversation on rights of street children between representatives from DCPCR and child advocates, former-street connected children will take place in Delhi. #TheInvisibles initiative is garnering a lot of support from influencers and opinion leaders and corporates. Dia Mirza, Artist Ambassador, Save the Children added, “You can make their dream a reality. Join me in supporting this incredible journey that takes our children from the streets to Lord’s.  Your contribution can help Team India reach London. You can make it happen! Come on India let’s stand for #TheInvisibles. Notable film director, producer and screenwriter, Subhash Ghai said in a statement, “It is very painful to know that 20 lakh children live on the streets of India. They are denied basic rights and entitlements like food and shelter. I congratulate Save the Children and Salaam Balak Trust for their initiative. They are celebrating 12th April as the International Street Children Day. We must all get together and ensure basic rights for children on the streets. Because we must make the invisible...
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