Jamshedpur : Activists of the Rashtriya Manav Jan Kalyan Sena and Shiv Sena visited different places including Jubilee Park to spread awareness on Indian culture and
customs. “We are not against love but indecent behaviour in public. We do carry out protests but in a peaceful manner only to promote our tradition against westernisation.
Moreover, J.N. Tata gifted the Jubilee Park and it is our duty to keep it clean,” said Krishna Murari Mishra, a member of Rashtriya Manav Jan Kalyan Sena. On the occasion, Sunil Pandey, Santosh Chaudhary , Ramaveds Choubey, Vinita Mishra , Shaligram Mishra , and Santosh Singh
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By Lalit Garg The definition of ideal leadership is, “Taking everyone together, decision-making ability, right solution to the problem, equality of words, faith in people, foresight, participation in public grief, imagination and creativity.” If that is so then, the Parliament of India has made it worthwhile by unanimously passing the bill to cut the salaries […]