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Parkash Singh Badal highlights the need of inculcating
the spirit of nationalism and communal harmony

The Times of India; 17 Nov.,2013
LUDHIANA: Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal called upon the eminent scholars and academicians attached with the non-political Social organizations to further intensify their efforts to inculcate the spirit of nationalism and communal harmony amongst our young.

While addressing a mammoth gathering during the inaugural function on 39th All India National Group Song Competition-2013 organized by Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) in Ludhiana, Badal impressed upon the need to establish a value based society, adding he called upon the youth to strive hard for preserving our rich cultural heritage.

Badal lauded the enormous role of Punjabis for making more than 80% sacrifices in the national freedom struggle despite being merely two-and-a-half percent of country's total population. He said that Punjabis had played a vanguard role in freedom struggle and proved themselves the true sons of the soil. He said, "Everyone must feel proud of this unique and brave contribution of Punjabis. The rich legacy of unprecedented sacrifices of our martyrs would ever act as a source of patriotic inspiration for our future generations.

Appreciating the efforts of Bharat Vikas Parishad a non-political, socio-cultural voluntary organization that was established in 1963, dedicated to the teachings of Swami Vivekanand Ji to ensure country's overall development through imbibing a sense of patriotism, national unity and integrity amongst the country men. Badal asked the organization to work in sync with the state government for establishing a State-of-the-art Skill development centre to train unemployed youth to enable them to be gainfully employed. Reiterating the firm commitment of SAD-BJP government for the welfare of its youth especially the downtrodden and oppressed section of the society, besides playing pro-active role in establishing a value based society, Badal offered of Rs One crore as financial assistance to BVP for establishing the a new Skill development training centre.

Later, addressing the media persons the chief minister said that social maladies like drug addiction had crippled our society and keeping in view the growing tendency of drug addiction especially amongst the youth, the state government had already launched a crusade to stamp out this menace. Badal said that time and again he kept on urging the Government of India (GoI) to take effective measures to check the smuggling of drug from across the Pakistan border as it was the sole responsibility of GoI to safeguard the International borders through BSF and other Central Paramilitary forces, which were directly under its control. He said that a joint operation must be launched by the Centre and States to redress this issue completely.

Expressing concern over ever increasing cross border smuggling of drugs and narcotics, Badal said that SAD-BJP government had already taken strict action to control drug menace with in the state and seized huge consignments of drugs and caught the drug peddlers. Blaming GoI for not taking issue seriously, Badal said that the real problem was still persistent across the border. He further mentioned added that even the open sale of poppy husk like any other commodity in the neighboring state of Rajasthan was posing a major threat to Punjab but agony was despite his repeated requests GoI had not even asked the Rajasthan government on this count.

On the occasion, Badal also announced a grant of Rs 10 lac for BVP.

Prominent amongst those were present on the occasion included BVP's National President Justice (retired) VS Kokje, National Vice-president Lalit Mahajan, National General Secretary Surinder Kumar, prominent Industrialists Rajiv Nanachal and Advisor to the chief minister Mahesh Inder Singh Grewal.

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National Group Song Competition by Bharat Vikas Parishad
u4uvoice.com; 26 October 2013
Jammu: BHARAT VIKAS PARISHAD Organized National group song competition at RRL Jammu in which eighteen teams from Jammu, Samba, Kathua, Udhampur and Reasi districts participated. The programme started with Deep Prajwalan followed by Vande Matram. On this occasion STATE DIRECTORY of BVP was released by the Hon’ble Chief Guest.

Sh. Arun Sharma, State President welcomed the participating teams from different branches besides the chief guest Sh. Raman Bhalla, Hon’ble Minister, Housing & Horticulture J&K, Sh Ram Langer, Founder Trustee, Jammu Yatri Bhawan, Haridwar, Sh.Y.V. Sharma, President Chamber of Commerce, Sh. Radhe Sham Mahajan, National Secretary Samagra Gram Vikas and Central observer for this occasion and all other guests , dignitaries, school teachers and students.

Dr. Santosh Gupta, briefed about BVP activities and its programmes. The rules and regulations of the context and introduction of judges were given by Prof Vijay Lakshmi, State Convener. Ms Anjali Sharma (Dy. Director Doordarshan), Sh. Kamal Sharma and Sh. Sunil Sharma acted as adjudicator in the competition. They are known national figures in the field of music and fine art.

The Ist, 2nd and 3rd positions in Hindi songs were awarded to the teams of Oriental Academy, Jodhmal Public School, Shiksha Niketan Hr. Sec. School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu whereas in Sanskrit songs the Ist, 2nd and 3rd positions were secured by Jodhmal Public School, Delhi Public School and Shiksha Niketan Hr. Sec. School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu respectively Sh. Ram Langer and Sh Y.V. Sharma appreciated efforts of the BVP to spread true spirit of nationalism.

Speaking on the occasion the Hon’ble Chief Guest, Sh. Raman Bhalla appreciated BVP in promoting the composite culture of India and its rich cultural heritage. He extended his full support and cooperation in promoting the spirit of Nationalism and patriotism.

Sh. Radha Sham Mahajan, Central Observer, expressed his satisfaction in systematic conducting of the programme and for the excellent arrangements made by the Prant.

The programme was anchored by Sh. Arun Sharma, Smt. Seema Sharma and Sh. Vijay Sharma. The other prominent persons present on the occasion were-Dr. D.R. Kotwal, Sh.S.N. Sharma, Dr. Subash Gupta, Sh. Y.P. Gandotra, Sh.O.P. Gupta, Sh. O.P Sharma, Sh.K.K. Gandotra and active members of the B.V.P . On the golden Jubilee year of BVP, 36 senior members who has contributed in carrying out the programmes of BVP were also felicitated. The momentous were sponsored by the family of Late Sh. Ram Swarup Gupta Ji.

In the end the vote of thanks was presented by Sh. R.C.Sharma, state Addl. Secretary followed by singing of National Anthem.

Bharat Vikas Parishad Organises Song Contest
The Pioneer; Thursday, 03 October 2013
Bokaro : Budding singers all under 16 presented a live performance at a Jharkhand state level, National Group Song Competition here today. Children as young as 10 to 16 years of age group performed song in Hindi and Sanskrit at a cultural competition organized especially for school students of the state.

The present beamed with pride as they watched their children perform at one of the prestigious competition here on birth day celebration of Mahatma Gandhi. National Group Song at a state level, a day long group song competition organized by Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bokaro Thermal branch was held at station club hall today.

The competition was open to all and invitations were sent to all the schools to participate. The first prize in Hindi song for the group song competition was bagged by GPS, school, Chas ,second prize goes to Dhanbad public school, Dhanbad, while third prize awarded to Rajkamal Sarwsati Vidhaya Mandir, Dhanbad. Dhanbad Public school, Dhanbad emerged winner, Rajkamal Sarwsati Vidhaya Mandir, Dhanbad took away the second prize and M.G.M. High school, Chas stood third in Sanskrit song.

Altogether 13 schools from different parts of the state took part in the NGSC, out of which four schools were finally awarded by the local branch of BVP ,Bokaro Thermal on the basis of their performance .To make judging impartial ,the schools were allotted codes and the names of the institutions were not revealed to the audience and the judges. Giridih ,BJP member of parliament ,Ravindra Kumar Panday,National General secretary (Vistar) G.P. Singh ,state secretary P.K. Ambastha ,local president B.D. Sahu inaugurated NGSC function by paying homage to the Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi then by lighting the traditional lamp .

Chief guest MP Ravindra Panday explained in brief about the BVP and its activities in the Bermo coal city and nearby areas .He said that the BVP, Bokaro Thermal is working on the theme of contact ,help ,dedication ,and service and its members are working for upliftment of society . Among other prominent people were the CE & project head GP Singh, CE, P Kumar, CE JP Singh, Dy CE, BD Sahu, State president of BVP, PK Ambastha, State secretary Sarita Singh, AP Singh ,Vijaya Tiwari, SB Singh, AP Mehta and others.

Bharat Jago Run by Bharat Vikas Parishad Powai Chandivali on 1st Sept
Planet Powai; 10th Sept. 2013 

Powai : Bharat The 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda (Swami Vivekananda Sardh Shati Samaroh) is being organised throughout the world in year 2013. During Swamiji’s life time & during first half of the following century Swamiji’s messages and life has awakened the nationalistic feeling, social reformation, education and spiritual awareness. Swamiji further inspired many Indians to participate in freedom movement.

During 1963, nation witnessed many nationalistic movements. This was the time when the nation celebrated Swamiji’ birth centenary. During this celebration nation came together and build Vivekananda Rock Memorial at the confluence of three seas and after that spirituality oriented service mission Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari came into existence. It functions through many branches and service projects.

Swami Vivekananda Sardh Shati Samaroh (150th Anniversary) is third wave of such inspiring activity. As part of this activity Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) Powai Chandivali organized a 3.3 kms Bharat Jago Run in Hiranandani Garden Powai on Sunday 1st September 2013. The run started at 7.30 am at Heritage Park and finished there after going through Cliff Avenue, Ridge Street, Main Street and Central Avenue. More than 300 citizen and youth of Hiranandani and surrounding area participated in the run. The run was flagged off by Actor Mukesh Rishi. Participants were wearing special T shirt of Swami Vivekananda.

BVP volunteers, Powai police, Powai RTO & traffic, Hiranandani administration & security and Hiranandani citizens worked together in smooth organization of the run. Water stations were put up along the route. 1st, 2nd and 3rd winners were facilitated and given the prizes after the finish of run at 8.15 am. The program came to an end with singing of National Anthem.

Role and Responsibilities of Elites
Delay in Telangana formation dividing populace: Gurumurthy
New India Express;
26th August 2013 
Ludhiana : Bharat Columnist S Gurumurthy on Sunday observed that the delay in creation of Telangana was creating divisive feelings.

Answering questions posted by audience at a meeting organised by the Bharat Vikas Parishad here, Gurumurthy said that Telangana should have been formed a long time ago.

“There is nothing wrong in division of States. When Chhattisgarh was created nothing happened. However, holding back the decision to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh is creating contra feeling among people, which is dangerous”, he added.

To a query on Naxalism, he pointed out that the Naxalites issue was dealt with an iron hand in Andhra Pradesh with huge investments in the Telangana region and it changed the situation. Stressing that the problem pertaining to Naxalites is the fall out of driving tribals out of forests, he said, their livelihood and herbal production were taken away.

“In most of the tribal States, non-tribals are intruding into their area. About 50 per cent of the population in Jharkhand were outsiders,” he stressed. Tribals, he said, have their own God, religion and society and lead a contended life, but intrusion by others made them react in such a way.

Earlier, addressing the gathering on the topic ‘Role and Responsibilities of Elites’, Gurumurthy said that India must be looked from the Indian perspective. Despite liberalisation policies implemented since 1991 to attract foreign investments towards India, facts showed that Indians have made a majority of the investments.

According to statistics, 98.8 per cent of investments in the country were made by our people, whereas only 1.2 per cent of investments came from abroad, he noted.

Gurumurthy recalled that India was a leading economic power of the world for about 1,700 years, and the Gross Domestic Product GDP) contribution began to decline only after colonial exploitation.

Draun (Dehradun) Branch of BVP rendering help
 
       

Dehradun: Members of Draun (Dehradun) Branch of Bharat Vikas Parishad engaged in serving the brethren affected by cloudburst and flash-floods in Uttrakhand.


FREE artificial limbs distribution camp
City Air News; June 9, 2013
Ludhiana : Bharat Vikas Parishad (Dr. Kitchlu Nagar Branch), Ludhiana organising a `Free Artificial Limb Distribution Camp’ at BVP Viklang Sahayta Kender, Rishi Nagar, Ludhiana on Sunday.

Ludhiana, June 9, 2013: Bharat Vikas Parishad (Dr. Kitchlu Nagar Branch), Ludhiana organised a `Free Artificial Limb Distribution Camp’ today at BVP Viklang Sahayta Kender, Rishi Nagar, here where artificial limbs, calipers, tricycles, hearing aids etc. were given to 85 physically handicapped persons.

Jeevan Dhawan, Member, Punjab Subordinate Services Selection Board was the Chief Guest at the function. He applauded the nice work being done by Bharat Vikas Parishad in rendering selfless services to the needy persons. Such camps inculcate a spirit of self-confidence among the physically challenged persons for becoming self-dependent, he said.

Suraj Jyoti, President of Trust presided over the function. He said that the Trust has provided artificial limbs, calipers, tricycles, wheel chairs and hearing aids to more than 39,000 physically challenged persons so far. He further said that regular camps are also held every month for performing polio operations and we have already performed over 2,000 free Polio pperations successfully.

Anil Bansal, Er. B.K. Bhalla, G.C. Miglani, Neelam Thapar, S. Sud, Dr. J.R. Kaushal, Ravinder Mittal, Dr. D.R.C. Bakhetia, Dr. V.K. Kakkar, Archana Gupta, R.P Gupta and other members of Bharat Vikas Parishad were present on this occasion.

Bharat Vikas Parishad Celebrates Pre-Holi
Udaipur Times; March 24, 2013
Udaipur:
Bharat Vikas Parishad, a social enterprise, organized a pre-celebration of Holi festival at Devendra Dham located near Celebration Mall. The short event also consisted of announcement of the new Executive Board members.

New executive members elected include, Gopal Parikh, President; Sushila Mehta, Secretary and Basant Porwal, Treasurer. The retiring Executive board consisted of Kamlesh Dhuppad; President, Pinky Mandawat, Secretary and Lalit Maheshwari, Treasurer.

Elections were conducted by Ramji Vaishnav, while the program was coordinated by Seema Samar and Seema Bhandari. Apart from the formal procedures, members enjoyed a few rounds of Housie, and songs were sung by members.

Seema Samar, while talking to UT said, "we are adhered to social development and very particular about our group and social projects related to it."

New executive members were appreciated by Bharat Vikas Parishad (Pranth), a head body of the group. The get together concluded with a gala dinner at Devendra Dham. Board members wished festival greetings to all the group members and the public.

Varanasi marks 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand
Times of India: 13 January 2013
V
aranasi: The 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand was observed in the city on Saturday. Many social organisations organised various programmes to mark the occasion. Children's Parliament of Vishal Bharat Sansthan organised a special winter session of the parliament to commemorate the occasion. Students of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) also organised an interactive session with Swami Varishthanand of Ram Krishna Mission Home of Service in IIT-BHU premises on Saturday. Several competitions were also held. Meanwhile, Malviya Mulya Anusheelan Kendra, BHU organised a seminar on 'Youth Consiousness and Swami Vivekanand' at Malviya Bhawan on Saturday. Besides, Bharat Vikas Parishad carried out an awareness rally from Sampurnanand Sanskrit University to mark the occasion.

Powai Blood Donation by Bharat Vikas Parishad
First Post: 19 December 2012
Powai (Mumbai) : Bharat Vikas Parishad held Blood Donation camp at ‘Powai English High School’ on 09 Dec 2012 and was well attended. This Blood Donation Camp was inaugurated by Prashant Sharmaji. He liked the good work done by NGO Bharat Vikas Parishad. The Hiranandani Hospital participated. The Shiv Sena Shakha Pramukh, Mr. Nilesh Salunkhe came and supported the noble cause. He spoke of the necessity of Blood Donation.

JKMS Qualifies For State Level Competition Of Bharat Ko Jano
Early Times;  November 29, 2012
Jammu:
A quiz competition "Bharat Ko jano" was organized by the Talab Tillo branch of Bharat Vikas Parishad on 29th Nov in the premises of JK Montessorie Sr. Sec School Talab Tillo Jammu. The competition was held in two categories viz. Junior group and the senior group. There were nine rounds of testing the Knowledge and understanding about the culture, tradition and heritage of India among our new generation which is virtually cut off from all this. It proved all so interesting, innovative & purposeful. Function began with the lightning of lamps. The president of Talab Tillo branch welcomed the guests & participants while vote of Thanks was given by the secretary. The winners were awarded with the trophies and the certificates. Chief guest praised the noble work of spreading awareness about the great glory and the cultural heritage of India among the young. He appreciated the interest and hard work of organizers and the participants. In the end, light refreshment is served to all.

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BVP organises national group song competition
State Times; 25 October 2012
JAMMU: Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) J and K organised national group song competition at Government College for Women (GCW), Gandhi Nagar, Jammu in which 16 teams from various branches participated.

On the occasion Minister for Revenue, Raman Bhalla was the Chief Guest. Principal GCW Gandhi Nagar, Prof. Kiran Bakshi, Special Guest, Rajeev Kumar Gubgotra, Central Observer, J.S Nagpal and National Convener, Dr. Santosh Gupta also graced the occasion.
BVP State President, Prof. D.R Kotwal welcomed the Chief Guest and briefed the activities of BVP of the Prant.

J.S Nagpal appreciated the role of organisers. Dr. Santosh Gupta presented National Scenario of the BVP and various programme organised besides giving examples of some outstanding centres run by BVP like Diagnostic Centre of Chandigarh, Viklang Sahayata, Punnervas of Ludhiana and Delhi and Super specialty Hospital of Rajasthan.

Speaking on the occasion Bhalla appreciated the role of BVP in inculcating the Bhartiya Sanskriti and Sanskar of Desh Bhagti by organizing such programmes in schools where children take active part. Prof Bakshi and Gubgotra also spoke the occasion.

The programme was compeered by BVP Vice President, Arun Sharma and Madhavi, a Radio Artist. Vote of thanks was presented by BVP General Sectary, Vijay Sharma. The programme concluded with the National Anthem.

In Hindi songs first, second and third positions were awarded to the teams of Heritage School, DPS and Shiksha Niketan respectively and in Sanskrit group Jodhamal School clinched first position, DPS and S.D Tara Puri bagged second and third position respectively.

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Shadow Times;  26 August 2012
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AMMU, OCT 20. Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) Jammu and Kashmir organized a national group song competition at GCW Gandhi Nagar. Sixteen teams from various branches participated in the competition. Minister of Renenue and Relief -Raman Bhalla was the Chief Guest on the occasion. State President BVP Prof D.R. Kotwal welcomed the Chief Guest. Prof. Kiran Bakshi Principal was the special guest. Rajeev Kumar Gubgotra, Central Observer- J.S. Nagpal and National Convener youth participation -Dr Santosh Gupta were also present.

J.S. Nagpal critically reviewed the programme and appreciated the role of organizers, Dr Santosh Gupta presented national scenario of the BVP and various programmes.Speaking on the occasion, Raman Bhalla appreciated the efforts of BVP in inculcating the bhartiya Saqnskriti and Sanskar of Desh Bhagati, respect for parents, teachers and elders by organizing such programme in schools where children take active part.The programme was compeered by Arun Sharma- Vice President and Madhavi Ji . Vote of thanks was presented by Vijay Sharma.

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