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A.Sanjana Reddy Winner Of Miss Universe 2020 Along With Title Miss Glamorous A Pageant Presented By Sandy Joil

A.Sanjana Reddy Winner Of Miss Universe 2020 Along With Title Miss Glamorous  A Pageant Presented By Sandy Joil
Name  –  A. Sanjana Reddy Winner: Miss Universe 2020 title “Miss Glamorous “ Age: 18 years. I am from Hyderabad  know  as queen  of Deccan and also known  as city of pearls. I am playing  tennis  since 10 years.I played many National  and International  tournaments .I have won Bronze medal U(17) in 2017 in khelo India  . I won  many tournaments I played. My goal  is to become a professional  tennis  player. I came to know about Miss Universe 2020 contest  through  my mentors. Especially, I thank Sandy Jiol  sir and Priya ma’am  for grooming  me so well.It was a great experience being a part of this pageant and winning ms Glamorous .This is my life time achievement and I would  like to thank each and everyone for making it possible. Especially I want to thank my Dad,Mom and my sister for supporting  me.Thank you one and...
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A.Sanjana Reddy Winner Of Miss Universe 2020 Along With Title Miss Glamorous A Pageant Presented By Sandy Joil

A.Sanjana Reddy Winner Of Miss Universe 2020 Along With Title Miss Glamorous  A Pageant Presented By Sandy Joil
Name  –  A. Sanjana Reddy Winner: Miss Universe 2020 title “Miss Glamorous “ Age: 18 years. I am from Hyderabad  know  as queen  of Deccan and also known  as city of pearls. I am playing  tennis  since 10 years.I played many National  and International  tournaments .I have won Bronze medal U(17) in 2017 in khelo India  . I won  many tournaments I played. My goal  is to become a professional  tennis  player. I came to know about Miss Universe 2020 contest  through  my mentors. Especially, I thank Sandy Jiol  sir and Priya ma’am  for grooming  me so well.It was a great experience being a part of this pageant and winning ms Glamorous .This is my life time achievement and I would  like to thank each and everyone for making it possible.    Especially I want to thank my Dad,Mom and my sister for supporting  me.Thank you one and...
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Taapsee Pannu, others awarded as lighthouses of vision, resilience and hope in COVID times

Taapsee Pannu, others awarded as lighthouses of vision, resilience and hope in COVID times
Bollywood actor Taapsee Pannu and several international luminaries were commended as lighthouses of hope, vision and resilience during the gloomy world atmosphere of pandemic-hit 2020. Mumbai, 19th September 2020: These honours occurred at the 36th-Anniversary Global Awards for the Priyadarshni Academy on Saturday, September 19 through a YouTube live event broadcast from Mumbai. The Priyadarshni Academy is a socio-cultural organisation, which hosts these awards to honour luminaries in multiple disciplines every year. This time, they decided to continue in the same vein to serve as a symbol of resilience in the glum atmosphere. “This is exactly the time to celebrate the iconic, extraordinary individuals who’ve demonstrated vision, action and resilience and like lighthouses in turbulent times, have shown us the way. We need their inspiration more now than ever before. That’s why we’re here, this evening”, said Dr RA Mashelkar, Chairman of the Global Awards Advisory Committee for the Priyadarshni Academy. Awarded the Smita Patil Memorial Award, Taapsee Pannu was recognised for her commendable acting skills in a body of films like Saand Ki Aankh, Thappad, Mulk, Pink, Manmarziyan, Naam Shabana and Badla. The non-industry actor had established herself in Tamil and Telugu cinema before she turned her sights towards the Hindi film industry. “Thank you so much for considering me worthy of this honour. I’ve realised the depth of this compliment and the responsibility of being given her name fairly late in life (as I come from a non-film, purely educational background). It’s almost surreal… I don’t think I’m anywhere near her as of now, but I would off-course, like to keep her as my benchmark and make sure that I reach somewhere close”, she said, as she accepted the award virtually from Shri Suresh Prabhu, former union minister and India’s Sherpa to G20. Apart from Pannu, the Academy also honoured Børge Brende, President of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Jose Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Sanjiv Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director of HUL, Graça Machel DBE HonFBA, who served as the First Lady for both Mozambique and South Africa and Kamlesh Patel (Daaji), President of the Shri Ram Chandra Mission.  “We have a galaxy of prominent super achievers who by sheer grit and determination to improve the quality of life, to improve the standards of living globally, have been working relentlessly to achieve these goals”, said Nanik Rupani, Chairman Emeritus of Priyadarshni Academy. Rupani has been associated with the academy for the longest time and has often honoured noted luminaries in the past. The current pandemic, economic crisis and way forward for India also remained essential notes at the event. “While this historic crisis comes with a dire economic and social outlook, there are also lessons and opportunities. In the longer term, India must continue investment in health infrastructure and ensure continuity of regular health services; it will also have to cautiously adjust spending and attract industrial investment”, said Berge, during his acceptance address. Dr Niranjan Hiranandani, Chairman of the Priyadarshni Academy and the Managing Director of the Hiranandani Group, also took this message forward in his summary. “We have in India an opportunity that is second to none. Today, with the pharma industry taking leadership in our country, we’re hoping that the discovery of the vaccine, hopefully sooner than later, will be a big base in India and a large number of manufacturing units are waiting to see that we must be suppliers for the entire world”, the Indian billionaire entrepreneur said. Established in 1984, the Priyadarshni Academy aims to serve the society by nurturing access to education for deserving students and providing opportunities for classical musicians and dancers. Its global...
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My Battle Is To Give Hope To Many Others To Fight Against Injustice – Sachiin Joshi

My Battle Is To Give Hope To Many Others To Fight Against Injustice – Sachiin Joshi
“An average Indian believes that an investment in gold passes down generations, more so when a celebrity endorses a company that is offering the said gold scheme. My legal battle is merely a representation of many of the investors of Satyug Gold who might have invested in the gold scheme at a discounted rate, only to never receive the gold,” says actor-entrepreneur Sachiin Joshi, who, after paying Rs. 18,57,870 on March 25, 2014, has been asked by the then Shilpa Shetty-Raj Kundra promoted Satyug Gold to pay a penalty of Rs. 25,50,000 in order to collect the gold for which an amount of Rs 18,57,870 had already been paid to them six years ago. “If I am asked to pay Rs 25 lakh to collect Rs 18 lakh gold after six years of my hard-earned money lying with a company, imagine the state of the common man who must have invested believing a celebrity who endorsed a company as its Chairman! I feel defrauded to say the least. And then I realised that I should stand up against what is wrong as I might be the hope for many others.” The matter is subjudice through arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 of India. As per the court, Satyug Gold was made to deposit the 1kg of gold with the Prothonotary and Senior Master of the Hon. Bombay High Court, who then took custody of the gold and sealed and secured it in the High Court’s strong-room/vault. As Sachiin Joshi was abroad, his counsel requested that the gold be handed over to his representative. As the hearing and final disposal of the arbitration proceedings and for was in a period of two weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of the Award by the parties and / or their Advocates, the Prothonotary and Senior Master shall continue to retain the gold bar weighing 1.022 kg in the safe deposit vault opened / obtained in his name in the Bank of India pursuant to the directions of G.S.Patel, J. dated 7th September, 2020. Sachiin Joshi has earlier filed a complaint on January 18th of this year in Khar Police Station, Mumbai, under sections 406, 409 and 420 of the IPC for the alleged fraudulent representation and nonreceipt of gold after six years of making the payment to Satyug Gold at the behest of Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty who  were then, the office-bearers of the...
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My Battle Is To Give Hope To Many Others To Fight Against Injustice – Sachiin Joshi

My Battle Is To Give Hope To Many Others To Fight Against Injustice – Sachiin Joshi
“An average Indian believes that an investment in gold passes down generations, more so when a celebrity endorses a company that is offering the said gold scheme. My legal battle is merely a representation of many of the investors of Satyug Gold who might have invested in the gold scheme at a discounted rate, only to never receive the gold,” says actor-entrepreneur Sachiin Joshi, who, after paying Rs. 18,57,870 on March 25, 2014, has been asked by the then Shilpa Shetty-Raj Kundra promoted Satyug Gold to pay a penalty of Rs. 25,50,000 in order to collect the gold for which an amount of Rs 18,57,870 had already been paid to them six years ago. “If I am asked to pay Rs 25 lakh to collect Rs 18 lakh gold after six years of my hard-earned money lying with a company, imagine the state of the common man who must have invested believing a celebrity who endorsed a company as its Chairman! I feel defrauded to say the least. And then I realised that I should stand up against what is wrong as I might be the hope for many others.” The matter is subjudice through arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 of India. As per the court, Satyug Gold was made to deposit the 1kg of gold with the Prothonotary and Senior Master of the Hon. Bombay High Court, who then took custody of the gold and sealed and secured it in the High Court’s strong-room/vault. As Sachiin Joshi was abroad, his counsel requested that the gold be handed over to his representative. As the hearing and final disposal of the arbitration proceedings and for was in a period of two weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of the Award by the parties and / or their Advocates, the Prothonotary and Senior Master shall continue to retain the gold bar weighing 1.022 kg in the safe deposit vault opened / obtained in his name in the Bank of India pursuant to the directions of G.S.Patel, J. dated 7th September, 2020. Sachiin Joshi has earlier filed a complaint on January 18th of this year in Khar Police Station, Mumbai, under sections 406, 409 and 420 of the IPC for the alleged fraudulent representation and nonreceipt of gold after six years of making the payment to Satyug Gold at the behest of Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty who  were then, the office-bearers of the...
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