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A free Medical Camp is being organized on the 14th of January, 2012 at Junior High School in village Rampur Deoria (Basti).
A very big number of rural population devoid of good medical facilities is expected to benifit from this.
Eminent doctors from the state will be participating in this.
A free Computer Learning Workshop will also be conducted on this occasion at the same venue.
Ansal Yadav and Sara Naqvi were crowned champions of 6TH Raja Lakshmeshwar Singh
Memorial U.P State Junior Badminton Tournament in Boys U 19 and Girls U 19
section respectively. The tournament was held at the Shaheed Satyavaan Singh
Sports stadium, Basti from the 14th to 16th October 2011.
6th Raja Lakshmeshwar Singh Memorial Uttar Pradesh State Badminton Championship
(Under17 and Under 19) Junior Boys and Girls is Scheduled to be held at Basti
from 14th to 16th of October 2011. Prize Money for the Tournament will be 1 lac.
Each district/club/sports college may sent two entries in each category. Events
will be boys singles under 19, boys singles under 17, girls singles under 19,
girls singles under 17, boys doubles under 19, boys doubles under 17, girls
doubles under 19, girls doubles under 17
RLS SEWA calls for the contributions to the 6th Raja Lakshmeshwar Singh Memorial
Uttar Pradesh State Badminton Championship.
Dr. Kalam's visit to Basti covered by 104 Electronic Media across the globe.
Education & crafts training to children of mobile gypsy like construction
labourers. They lead a mobile gypsy type of life with families. The children do
not get any education and do not even have identification and birth
certificates. Twenty-two such children were identified at a worksite in Lucknow.
Twelve children in the age group of five years to nine years have been admitted
in a proper primary school “ Bal Vidya Mandir, RDSO campus” fees, books,
uniforms etc is all born by the society remaining children who were either too
old to start afresh or too young are being taught by Mrs. Nandita Singh in
informal way at IRITM Hardoi by pass Alamnagar Lucknow from Monday-Thursday
Computer training for housewife’s starting from 1st October 2011. Classes will
be held every Sunday from 15-18 hrs free of cost. Interested housewives may
report at CMC Institute, Rani Lakshmi complex, opposite Roadways, Basti and
contact Mr. Abhishek Nandan mobile no. 7275763701
Craft workshop using waste material will be held for village girls at
Ghandhariya faiz. The art of Paper meshy will be taught by Mrs. Nandita Singh
interested girls may contact Mr. Ashok mobile no. 9451465119
Recalling his meeting with 6,000 farmers during his days at the Rashtrapati
Bhawan in 2006, he said, "In that meet, farmers gave me their experience on some
aspects of value addition for their produce.Farmers need assured quality of
seeds and cost effective pesticides and fertilisers and they also need to be
facilitated with water bodies in their region, de-silted and well connected."
Earlier, while felicitating some achievers from this region, who, while taking
Kalam as their role model, had chosen to give up their professional careers in
far off lands to return to their roots and contribute towards making a
difference to the soil where they were born and bred.
Answering questions at an interactive session later, Kalam suggested, "The best
way to rid this country of corruption that was eating into our roots was to
motivate young children to launch a movement by curbing their own parents from
indulging in corrupt practices."
He went on to ask, "How many of the parents will listen to their children if
they were asked to do so. Please raise your hands." (Source: Mr. Sharad Pradhan,