AAP list of candidates for Lok sabha elections 2014


AAP list of candidates for Lok sabha elections 2014From: mediacellaap <mediacellaap@gmail.com> Mon, 14 Apr ’14 3:08pTo: undisclosed-recipients:;Show full HeadersDear all here is the next list of candidates of the Aam Aadmi Party for Lok sabha elections – 2014


LS Constituency

Our candidate



Jagat Ram Sonker

Andhara Pradesh


Kuna Ramam

Andhara Pradesh


Burja Bariki Dhanaraju

Andhara Pradesh


Srinivas Dangeti

Andhara Pradesh


Nageswara Neerugutta

AAP Media Cell




Tusshar Kapoor is committed!!


Yes you heard it right! Tusshar Kapoor is committed! But wait, we are not talking about Tushar’s relationship status instead his commitment to work. Recently during the shoot of STAR Plus’ ‘Mad in India – 100% Desi Show’, Tusshar proved that commitment is an act and not a word when the actor landed to shoot for an upcoming episode on the evening of his dad Jeetendra’s birthday.


So, on Jeetuji’s b’day eve, when many people from the film fraternity were gathering for the veteran actor’s birthday bash, beta Tushki was busy shooting for Mad in India. A little birdie informed us that despite the fact that Tusshar is very close to his father and it was his birthday, the actor patiently waited till the shoot ended and was spent time chatting up with the stars. In fact, he waited till he finished his bit completely with utmost dedication and only after finishing the shoot rushed home to spend some time with his daddy dearest!.


As they say work comes first… hats off to Tushar for his commitment!


Watch all the fun in the upcoming episode every Sunday at 9:00 pm only on Star Plus.


Caricatures, String Quartet with Piano, Music Lectures…


Caricatures, String Quartet with Piano, Music Lectures…
From: Hungarian Newsletter <hicc.delhi@yahoo.in> Mon, 14 Apr ’14 3:54p
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Dear Friends,

Greetings from the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre!

In April and May, we will exhibit caricatures by ÉDUA SZŰCS from Hungary for our art lovers

We are pleased to announce for our music lovers that this April we will have the concert series by the KODÁLY STRING QUARTET along with pianist BALÁZS FÜLEI across India. We will also conclude the final cycle of the lecture series by eminent musicologist PUNITA SINGH titled INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC. The CAPITAL CITY MINSTRELS present the Summer Concert in the month of May. 

For the film lovers in India, we are happy to share that the Hungarian film, FRESH AIR will travel now to Goa, Mumbai and Jodhpur, in April and May as part of the ongoing EUFF 2014. We will also screen a film by Zoltán Fábri as part of our Film Club in mid – April. In the month of January, famous Hungarian Director, MIKLÓS JANCSÓ passed away and as a tribute to this legendary Director, we will organise a Retrospective of his films in May. 

Please keep yourself updated about the events for our upcoming issues of the monthly e-Newsletterby subscribing to it. You may send your details and email id to hicc.delhi@gmail.com. Please visit ourwebsite at www.delhi.balassiintezet.hu for more information.

So don’t miss our extravagant events for the coming months!

Tibor Kovács
Director and Cultural Counsellor


Details of our upcoming events can be seen below by clicking on the date in the table.

Dates Type of programme Venue Event
April 15 – May 30 Opening: Tues 6:00 pm Exhibition HICC “LIFE IS LIKE THAT” caricatures by Édua Szűcs
April 17, Thurs 6:00 pm Fábri Film Club


“TWO HALF TIMES IN THE HELL” Hungarian film by Zoltán Fábri
April 17, Thurs 6:30 pm Piano Recital The Doon School, Dehradun Recital by BALÁZS FÜLEI
April 18, Fri 6:30 pm Piano Recital The Welhams’ Boys School, Dehradun Recital by BALÁZS FÜLEI
April 20, Sun 7:30 pm Live Concert Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi Concert by “KODÁLY STRING QUARTET and BALÁZS FÜLEI” on piano
April 22 – 23 7:00 pm Live Concert Experimental Theatre, NCPA, Mumbai Concert by “KODÁLY STRING QUARTET and BALÁZS FÜLEI” on piano
April 24, Thurs 6:00 pm Music Lecture HICC “HIGH AND LATE BAROQUE INTO EARLY CLASSICAL” by Dr. Punita Singh, musicologist
April 25 – 26 7:00 pm Live Concert Mazda Hall, Pune Concert by “KODÁLY STRING QUARTET and BALÁZS FÜLEI” on piano
April 26, Sat 5:00 pm Film Screening Maquinez Palace Complex, Panaji, Goa Hungarian film “FRESH AIR” directed by Ágnes Kocsis screened as part of EUFF 2014
April 28, Mon 6:00 pm Music Lecture HICC “LATE CLASSICAL INTO ROMANTIC” by Dr. Punita Singh, musicologist
April 28, Mon 7:00 pm Live Concert Sivagami Pethachi Auditorium, Chennai Concert by “KODÁLY STRING QUARTET”
May 1, Thurs 7:00 pm Live Concert HICC “SUMMER CONCERT 2014″ by the Capital City Minstrels
May 5, Mon 6:00 pm Music Lecture HICC “LATE ROMANTIC INTO MODERN AND POST-MODERN/ CONCLUSION” by Dr. Punita Singh, musicologist
May 6, Tues 6:00 pm Introduction and Film Screening HICC Introduction of life works of “MIKLÓS JANCSÓ” by Anandana Kapur and Gautam Kaul followed by screening of the film “THE ROUND-UP”
May 7, Wed 6:00 pm Film Screening HICC “THE RED AND THE WHITE” by Miklós Jancsó
May 8, Thurs 6:00 pm Film Screening HICC “AGNUS DEI” by Miklós Jancsó
May 13, Tues 5:00 pm Film Screening Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai Hungarian film “FRESH AIR” directed by Ágnes Kocsis screened as part of EUFF 2014
May 13, Tues 6:00 pm Film Screening HICC “RED PSALM” by Miklós Jancsó
May 15, Thurs 6:00 pm Film Screening HICC “ELEKTRA” by Miklós Jancsó
May 30, Fri 7:00 pm Film Screening Art Gallery, Jain Narain Vyas Town Hall, Jodhpur Hungarian film “FRESH AIR” directed by Ágnes Kocsis screened as part of EUFF 2014

Balassi Institute
Hungarian Information & Cultural Centre New Delhi


Programmes for Mid April – Mid May 2014


at HICC 

April 15 – May 30 

Inauguration onApril 15 Tuesday 6:30 pm 


Caricatures by Édua Szűcs 

In the contemporary art, Édua Szűcs belongs to those mature graphic artists who practice their expertise based on their brief and proficiency. Her drawing skills are amazing, her aspects of creating situations are brilliant, her knowledge of humanity can sensibly react to such resonance that makes it possible for everyone to have the same personal reaction.

Mr. Ajit Ninan, eminent cartoonist and Chief Graphics Consultant, The Times of India has kindly consented to inaugurate the exhibition.

(On view till 30th May on weekdays only from 10 am – 4 pm) 

Fábri Film Club

April 17,

6:00 pm



Hungarian film, directed by Zoltán Fábri (1962), b&w, 140 minutes

Spring 1944. Nazi officers want to organize a football match for Hitler’s birthday, in which Germans would play against Hungarian labour servicemen of war. They call for the famous Hungarian footballer, Ónódi, and order him to organize a team. Ónódi accepts, but in turn demands extra food, a ball with which he and his team can train before the match, and asks that they be allowed to concentrate on training before the match and not work. The Germans accept all the demands…


Piano Recital 
in Dehradun

April 17 – 18


In cooperation with SPIC MACAY

Balázs Fülei (pianist) learnt music at the age of eight and made his diploma with honours at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest. He is characterized by a high degree of musical professionalism and his delicate and profound performance reveals the very substance of music.

He will give two concerts in Dehradun as per the following schedule:

Thursday, 17th April at 6:30 pm in The Doon School
Friday, 18th April at 6:30 pm at The Welhams’ Boys School

Concert series

in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Chennai 

April 20 – 28



In cooperation with Delhi Music Society, Poona Music Society, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai, Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi and India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre is pleased to present a concert series by the world famous Kodály String Quartet and the young and charismatic pianist Balázs Fülei from Hungary. The concert tour schedule is as under:

20th April, Sunday at 7:00 pm at Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi22nd April, Tuesday at 7:00 pm at Experimental Theatre, NCPA, Mumbai 
23rd April, Wednesday at 7:00 pm at Experimental Theatre, NCPA, Mumbai 
25th April, Friday at 7:00 pm at Mazda Hall, Pune 
26th April, Saturday at 7:00 pm at Mazda Hall, Pune

28th April, Monday at 7:00 pm at Sivagami Pethachi Auditorium, Chennai

Supporting Hungarian organisations:

Ministry of Human Resources, Hungary


NKA – National Cultural Fund, Hungary (www.nka.hu


Lecture series
at HICC 

April 24, Thursday April 28, Monday May 5, Monday

6:00 pm




Lecture series by Dr. Punita Singh 

Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre in cooperation with The Neemrana Music Foundation continues the lecture series by eminent musicologist Dr. Punita Singh as per the following schedule:

24th April, Thursday – “High and late Baroque into early Classical” 
28th April, Monday – “Late Classical into Romantic” 
5th May, Monday – “Late Romantic into Modern and post-Modern / conclusion”

Film festival
at Goa, Mumbai and Jodhpur

April – May


Hungarian film Fresh Air (Friss levegő)

As part of the 19th edition of the EUFF 2014 with the theme VOICES OF YOUTH, Hungary will participate with the film Fresh Air by Ágnes Kocsis (2006), colour, duration: 109 minutes.

Viola is still a beautiful woman. Angéla is ashamed of her mother. Communication between them has become almost impossible. Probably, in secret, they both are in love with the protagonist. Viola works where no one else wants to. She is looking for a real man whom she could love. Angéla would like to design nice dresses. She desires something different. Another life. Fresh air. 

The screening in the three cities will take place as per the following schedule:

26 April, Saturday at 5:00 pm at Maquinez Palace Complex, Panaji, Goa

13 May, Tuesday at 5:00 pm at Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

30 May, Friday at 7:00 pmat Art Gallery, Jain Narain Vyas Town Hall, Jodhpur

(Please check our website for dates and timings of the film screening in other cities for the upcoming months.)

Live concert 

May 1

7:00 pm


Presented by the Capital City Minstrels 

The Capital City Minstrels (CCM), Delhi’s best known choir, comprises of people from all walks of life, all with one thing in common – their love of music. This season they will present folk songs from Hungary, Africa, Germany, Korea and many others countries.

Film series 

May 6 – 7 – 8 
May 13 and 15

6:00 pm


in cooperation with the Federation of Film Societies of India Northern Region

The retrospective pays tribute to Miklós Jancsó, widely acclaimed, iconic Hungarian film director who became world famous with his early films on the relationship of the ordinary men and those in power. His five films were nominated for Best Director Award at the Cannes Festival in the 60-ies and 70-ies. The screenings will take place as per the following schedule:

6th May, Tuesday: Inauguration of the Retrospective Session and introduction on Jancsó’s life-work by Ms. Anandana Kapur, film maker and critique followed by a short talk by Mr. Gautam Kaul, Vice President, Federation of Film Societies of India and Film Critic Screening of the film The Round-Up (1965) (Szegénylegények)

7th May, Wednesday: The Red and the White (1967) (Csillagosok, katonák)

8th May, Thursday: Agnus Dei (1970) (Égi bárány)

13th May, Tuesday: Red Psalm (1972) (Még kér a nép)

15th May, Thursday: Elektreia (1974) (Szerelmem, Elektra)


Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre reserves the right to change the programs and the dates.


CAIT reveal its economic agenda for next Government


CAIT reveal its economic agenda for next Government
Instead of Corporate Sector, focus on domestic trade alone will improve the economy

Having an eye on the incumbent Government at the Centre, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), apex body of the trading community of the Country has began the exercise of bringing core issues of the trading community at the centre stage in its bid to find place on priorities of the next Government irrespective of the party who gets peoples mandate. The CAIT has already released its Traders National Charter on 27th Februrary, 2014 at New Delhi at its national convention which was inaugurated by BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Mr. Narendra Modi and was also participated by leaders of different political parties including Union Law Minister Mr. Kapil Sibal.

At a press conference held today at Nagpur, the CAIT National President Mr. B. C. Bhartia and Secretary General Mr. Praveen Khandelwal outlined CAIT’s agenda for next Government. ” The economy of the Country is in a very dilapidated condition and needs highest priority of the next Government and having focus on exploitation of domestic resources is need of the hour. Therefore, the retail trade of India which contributes nearly 15% to National GDP requires more focus than corporate sector in order to make economy vibrant and resurgent”-said both trade leaders.

Mr. Bhartia and Mr. Khandelwal said that the CAIT has decided to embark upon the next Government to formulate a National Trade Policy and a separate Ministry of Internal Trade. Till the time the separate Ministry is formed, it will demand a State Minister for Internal Trade in Ministry of Commerce with a full fledged Directorate of Internal Trade in the Ministry to draw policies and to monitor structured growth of retail trade of India comprising of more than six crore business enterprises which is providing employment to twenty five crore people in the Country. Further neglect of this important sector of Indian economy will not be tolerated any more and if need be, the CAIT will not hesitate to launch a nationwide movement.

Both trade leaders said that creation of an alternate financial mechanism for small traders will be on top of the agenda of the CAIT. The core banking sector has failed to serve the small traders which has also been asserted by a recent report of Dr. Nachiket Mor Committee formed by RBI Governor Mr. Raghuram Rajan. The CAIT will urge upon the new Government to strengthen the Cooperative Banks and Non Banking Finance Companies which are already providing financial assistance to small traders and low income group. It will demand a classification in Non Banking Finance Companies and will call for categorization of Small Banking Finance Companies in NBFCs with a clear mandate to serve the small traders and low income group.

Allowing FDI in Retail is a burning issue for the trading community and as such the traders are committed to oppose tooth and nail any move to bring FDI in Retail and instead the CAIT will give more focus on upgradation and modernisation of existing retail trade structure in the Country. On the one hand both Central and State Governments are largely implementing e-governance in Government Departments. The traders are being made subject to e-compliance in taxation and other Departments whereas the Government have not taken initiative to empower the traders with computerisation and as such there is a wide gap and traders are finding difficult to make e compliance. Therefore, the CAIT will call upon the Government to design a nationwide campaign for education and awareness among the trading community for need of upgradation, modernisation and computerisation and also to ensure financial assistance to traders for computerising the existing business format. However, the CAIT has already working on this issue and recently it has signed a MOU with global major in e commerce eBay for the above issue and to promote online business among the traders. Both CAIT and eBay are scheduled to make formal announcement at a Press Conference at New Delhi on forthcoming 17th April, 2014.

The CAIT will also laid greater emphasis on formation of a Review Commission to review Laws, Acts, Rules and Regulation governing retail trade and all such obsolete laws should be dispensed with whereas necessary amendments must be made in rest of the laws. The BJP has already committed for such review in its poll manifesto. The amendments in Food Safety and Standards Act, Uniform taxation structure in the Country and early implementation of GST but in prior consultation with stakeholders, ban on commodity exchanges, review of APMC Act,  are some of the other core issues which CAIT will be raising for the consideration of the next Government-said both Mr. Bhartia and Mr. Khandelwal.


Round Table on Right to Education


Round Table on Right to Education- Amaltas, India Habitat Centre tomorrow 15th April at 11 am – Amaltas Media Round Table on RTE
From: Sonia Sarkar <ssarkar@unicef.org> Mon, 14 Apr ’14 1:24pRound Table on 

Progress and Challenges of Right to Education

When: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 

Where: Amaltas Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi

Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM 

Programme Overview:

Considerable progress has been made since the historic Right to Free & Compulsory Education (RTE) Act was enacted by the Government of India on April 1, 2010 to universalize access to elementary education. The Act has been successful in bringing more children to school and improving the infrastructure. There still needs to be a continuous focus on the quality of education and hence improvement in learning outcomes. 

This roundtable is an opportunity to highlight significant initiatives undertaken by various states and reflect on ways to address challenges as well as identify innovative solutions that show us the way forward. 

Who: Mr Louis Georges Arsenault, Representative, UNICEF India 
Ms Urmila Sarkar, Chief of Education, UNICEF India 
Ms Kushal Singh, Chairperson, NCPCR
Ms Caroline Den Dulk, Chief Advocacy and Communication, UNICEF IndiaDr Dhir Jhingran, Senior Advisor, Education, UNICEF India
Dr Geeta Menon, Education Expert
Dr Indu Khetarpal, Principal, Salwan Public School,

For further information contact (UNICEF):


Ms. Caroline den Dulk, Chief of Communication and Advocacy,
UNICEF India, Mobile: +91 981 810 6093

Ms. Geetanjali Master, Communication Specialist,
UNICEF India, Mobile: + 91 981 810 5861

Ms. Sonia Sarkar, Communication Officer, 
UNICEF India: Mobile: +91 981 017 0289

Sonia Sarkar
Communication Officer (Media) , UNICEF India
Tel (+91) 9810170289,9891861445; 
Email: ssarikar@unicef.org

United Nations Children’s Fund
UNICEF House, 73 Lodi Estate, New Delhi,
Follow us on Facebook Twitter and at www.unicef.in 


Shri Ram-Hanuman Jayanti Procession on 15th at 2.30 Pm


Press Invite:


Shri Ram-Hanuman Jayanti Procession on 15th at 2.30 Pm


A large Shobha Yatra(procession) on the occasion of Hanumaan Jayanti being organized by Hindu Parv samanvay samitee is scheduled to start at 2.30Pm on 15/04/2014(Tuesday) from Ram Leela Maidan.


The Int’l Secretary General VHP shri Dinesh Chandra will be the chief guest & the National secretary-VHP Dr. Surendra Jain will be the main speaker of the inauguration ceremony of the Yatra presided by shri Gopal Mani ji maharaj.


Kindly grace us on this auspicious occasion by your personal presence. We also request you to send your representative / correspondents / photo journalist / video journalist to cover the event.



Vinod Bansal

Media Incharge

Vishwa Hindu Parishad-Delhi



Syria troops seize Christian town near Lebanon border



Syrian soldiers backed by Hezbollah fighters recaptured on Monday the town of Maaloula, north of Damascus, Media reported. “Units from the army and armed forces restores security and stability in the town of Maaloula,” state news agency SANA said. The operation closed off more of the rebel supply route through the Qalamoun mountains near Lebanon. Islamist fighters, including from the Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front, took over a quarter of the ancient Christian town in December and held several nuns captive, who were released in March in an exchange deal. In recent months, government forces have recaptured several rebel-held areas and border towns, securing the main highway leading north from Damascus towards central Syria, Homs and the Mediterranean.





Preliminary Earthquake Report
Magnitude 7.5
  • 13 Apr 2014 12:36:18 UTC
  • 13 Apr 2014 23:36:19 near epicenter
  • 13 Apr 2014 16:36:18 standard time in your timezone
Location 11.455S 162.063E
Depth 35 km
  • 111 km (68 mi) S of Kirakira, Solomon Islands
  • 321 km (199 mi) SE of Honiara, Solomon Islands
  • 713 km (442 mi) NW of Luganville, Vanuatu
  • 922 km (571 mi) SE of Arawa, Papua New Guinea
  • 967 km (599 mi) NW of Port-Vila, Vanuatu


71 killed, 124 wounded in blasts n Nigeria


: 71 killed, 124 wounded in blasts at crowded bus station in Nigeria’s capital – police; details to follow  

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A blast at a bus depot on the outskirts of the Nigerian capital, Abuja, killed at least 70 people on Monday morning, media reported, citing witnesses  no immediate claim of responsibility but authorities are likely to blame Islamist militant group Boko Haram that have been waging an insurgency in the northeast.


Kiev is preparing to contain provocations in Eastern Ukraine


Kiev is preparing to contain provocations in Eastern Ukraine on the border.

“Ukraine provocations are being planned near the border in order to discredit the military personnel of the Russian Federation,” Vitaly Zakharchenko said in Rostov on Don during a press conference with ousted President Victor Yanukovich.

He called on the security forces in Ukraine not to obey orders from Kiev, reminding them that such actions would be illegal, and condemned Kiev’s coup-imposed leadership for giving such orders.

“From the legal point of view illegal orders are given out the illegitimately appointed Turchinov, Avakov, Nalivaychenko, Makhnitsky,” Zakharchenko said.

The information of a planned staged attack and provocations by Kiev are also being confirmed by sources in the Ukrainian Interior Ministry on condition of anonymity.

“Kiev authorities are preparing a big provocation, with a purpose to discredit the people of Donetsk and Lugansk regions who are committed to holding a referendum and federalization of the country,” the source told Ria Novosti.

“An order arrived at the management of divisions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the armed forces of Ukraine deployed in Donetsk region, to use fighters from the Right Sector to simulate armed attacks on the these divisions,” source added.Ukrainian authorities have already tried to launch what they called an “anti-terrorist operation” in the eastern city of Slavyansk, Donetsk region. Gunfire broke out there on Sunday, after troops in black uniforms supported by armored vehicles and several helicopters approached the roadblock set up by the locals. 



Collection of unique paintings and sparkling hand painted jewelry


Rashmi Singh


Cordially invites you


To her exhibition



Collection of unique paintings and sparkling hand painted jewelry


Inauguration by Shahnaz Husain


15th April 2014

at Galerie Romain Rolland, Alliance Francaise de Delhi, 72, KK Birla Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi – 110 003

6 PM onwards

Guest List

Niren Sen Gupta

Padamshri Ram V. Sutar

Ms. Anjolie Ela Menon

Ms. Arpana Caur

Sh. Jatin Das

Sh. Rameshwar Broota

Ms. Saroj Pal Gogi

Sh. Paramjit Singh

Col. Karamjit Singh

Nishi Singh

Sh. Arvind Singh Ji Mewar

Princess Diya Kumari Ji

Padamshri Ashok Chakradhar Ji

Padamshri Dr. K.K. Agarwal

Padamvibhushan Dr. P. Lal

Padambhushan G.D. Neeraj Ji

Sh. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore + Gayatri Rathore

Ms. Archana Dalmia

Ms. Neelima + Amitabh Adhar

Dr. Karan Singh Ji



Media RSVP

Rashi Rohatgi Khan


For further details, please contact:

Vishal Bhalla

+91 8826456567


President Ma Ying-jeou sheen fades


Media reports of recent protests, student occupation of parliament to a mass rally outside the presidential office, point to Mr Ma losing public support as well as influence within his own ruling Kuomintang party. Taiwan prestigious survey research labels his latest approval ratings at 19 per cent, a far cry from the 52 per cent he garnered when he was re-elected in 2012.

President  Mr Ma’s authority is under threat, even from his own Kuomintang (KMT) party. Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng made concessions to students without President Ma’s knowledge or consent. Furthermore “As far as President Ma is concerned, his power within the KMT has been openly challenged,” said Liu Bih Rong, political science professor at Soochow University.“So even if he is not yet a lame duck, he is pretty close to being one. Now we’re worried how he is going to push through his policies in the next two years.”


Paradis, the film of Montalvo and Hervieu eponym choreography



Jean-Philippe Bottin

To Jean-Philippe BottinMe

 Today at 11:28 AM

Dear Friends,

I just wanted to remind you of two interesting events:
– today (Monday), at 7pm, the screening of Paradis, the film of Montalvo and Hervieu eponym choreography. A fantastic experience.
– tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7pm at Kamani auditorium, Stranger in Indian Paradise, a Franco-Indian production by French artistic director and choreographer David Rolland with participation of Indian guest choreographers Padmini Chettur and Preethi Athreya.
I see you all today and tomorrow for those two new events of the second edition of our contemporary dance biennale DanSe DialogueS.
Warmest regards,


The floral tributes Babasaheb B R Ambedkar on 123rd Birth Anniversary.


PM Dr Manmohan Singh pays floral tributes at portrait of Babasaheb B R on his 123rd Birth Anniversary. 

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