By Priyanka Saurabh The Indian Railways, which were in the news due to the accidents, are now in the grip of the financial crisis arising out of Corona. To bring the world’s fourth-largest rail network back on track, the government is preparing to change its form. In addition to cutting thousands of posts, steps are […]
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Jamshedpur, Sept 18: 114 units of blood was collected in a camp set up at The Telco Recreation Club by International Human Rights Association (IHRA) in memory of late Jamal Akhtar. All the donors were honoured with certificates. The dignitaries present in the course of the camp were Kalyani Sharan, Banna Gupta, Maheshwari Prasad, Rajat Singh, Bulu Rani Singh, Rajkumar Singh, Sunita Shah, Abhay Singh, Mithilesh Yadav, Rakeshwar Pandey, Sailesh Pandey, Ravindra Nath Singh, Kamal Akhtar, Usha Singh, Asutosh Singh, Afzal Akhtar, Ganesh Solanki, Paritosh Singh, Sanjiv Ranjan and Pappu Singh. The organizing team comprised Sumit Verma, Munmun Chakraborty, Rajshri Pati, Meera Tiwary, Rani Gupta and members of the Voluntary Blood Donors Association.