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Reebok Celebrates International Day of Yoga

Taking forward the partnership with Ministry of AYUSH, Reebok India left no stone unturned in reaching out to yoga and fitness enthusiasts across the country on the occasion of International Yoga Day. The brand engaged with over thousands of fitness enthusiasts through Yoga sessions hosted by Reebok Master Trainers across the metros.

Reiterating its commitment to the ‘Fitness is Life’ philosophy, the brand inspired hundreds of people across the country to be fitter – physically, socially and mentally. Bollywood actor and style icon Malaika Arora, also joined in the celebrations, inspiring hundreds of fitness enthusiasts to take up Yoga for a healthier and fitter lifestyle. Commenting on Reebok’s association with Ministry of AYUSH for International Day of Yoga, Silvia Tallon, Sr MD, said, “We are delighted to continually partner with the government to promote Yoga and its benefits, encouraging more people to practice it.”

 

Ghazi Attack Movie Director Recounts Australian Days

Every career-oriented Indian student, who aspires for a key professional post in the most exalted global organisations, will crave to study abroad. That is one of the reasons why there is a huge clamour to get an overseas degree. As everyone is aware, Australian Universities are the new destination for students not only from the sub-continent but from all over Asia.

It is towards this endeavour that Sankalp Reddy, the acclaimed director of ‘Ghazi Attack’ had been called to address the students as part of the seminar on the eve of their departure to Australia. In his motivational speech, Sankalp Reddy, who has been in Australia as a student of Griffith University, brought to the fore the dos and don’ts, and covered aspects like culture, language, food, immigration policies and career opportunities. He said it was a matter of pride that demand for overseas studies has been increasing tremendously. “If it was 53, 000 students at the turn of third Millennium, today the number were estimated to be in excess of 2.5 lakh,” he said.

Free Medicines Given To Govt School Children

Smile on the faces of nearly 140 young students and their guardians were distinctly visible for the entire Sunday morning. Everyone associated with them on the occasion felt a sense of contentment. Thanks to a free health camp that was organised by New Steps Foundation for students of Audiah Govt. High School in Ranigunj, all those who turned up at the venue underwent medical tests by a four-member panel comprising of acclaimed doctors, including Dr. Zainullah Din Khan, Dr. K Naseeruddin, Dr. Moizuddin Khan and Dr. Smaranbeer Singh.

New Steps Foundation has adopted Audiah Govt School. Brought together by the main promoters of the NGO, Kavita Jain and Samita Pandya, and initiated by their dedicated team members, the camp was earlier inaugurated by prominent social worker Shashikanth Agarwal in the presence of Manepalli Padmaja Rani, They praised the Foundation personnel for coming forward with such an endeavour, which would help the families, who cannot afford medical treatment and medicines.

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