The Chandigarh Literary Society (CLS) is holding a creative writing workshop for children on Friday at Gurukul Global School in Sector 13, Manimajra
The Chandigarh Literary Society (CLS) is organizing a creative writing workshop for children on Friday at the Gurukul Global School in Sector 13, Manimajra.
Renowned authors Chandra Shekhar Verma and Sonika Sethi will lead this one-day workshop on the fundamentals of creative writing in English and Hindi.
Verma is a behavioral scientist, motivational speaker and Hindi poet from Lucknow. Dr. Sonika Sethi is a prolific writer and columnist interested in postcolonial literature and historical fiction. She is Assistant Professor of Literature and Linguistics at SD College Ambala.
The workshop is open to children from 7th to 12th grade from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a registration fee of ₹900 and one can register for the workshop by calling the number 6284552070.
Maha crisis: On rebel MPs living in Assam, CM Sarma, he has no idea
The situation in Maharashtra turned further against Shiv Sena supremo and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray after more and more MPs sided with fellow rebel Eknath Shinde. MP and Rajya Sabha party spokesman Sanjay Raut called on all rebel MPs to return to Mumbai and ‘show courage’ although he said the Sena was open to discussing the possibility to leave the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) front which he shares. with Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).
Prostate cancer: causes, symptoms, risk factors and treatment
“Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer in men in metropolitan cities like Delhi, Kolkata and Pune and the third leading cause in cities like Mumbai and Bangalore. The main reason for the increase in prostate cancer is due to an increase in the elderly population, changing lifestyles, increased awareness and easy access to medical facilities in cities,” said Dr. Prasanth Kandra.
‘Just like prez polls’: Cong’s Kharge fires salvo at BJP as Maha crisis worsens
Mallikarjun Kharge said the Congress party would support the MVA regime and wanted to work together. “The current government of Maharashtra is doing development work in the state. [The] BJP [is] trying to destabilize the government of Maharashtra. They have done the same in the past also in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, [and] Goa,” he reportedly said.
No Rani Rampal again as India announce 18-member squad for CWG 2022
Star striker Rani Rampal has been left out of India’s women’s hockey squad for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, with goalkeeper Savita Punia set to lead the 18-member squad which was announced on Thursday. Rani had previously been left out of the squad for the upcoming FIH World Cup after being unable to fully recover from a hamstring injury. Coach Janneke Schopman said at the time that Rani had yet to fully recover from the blow which had kept her largely out of action since leading the team’s inspiring performance at the Olympics. from Tokyo last year.