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  • Women from different walks of life were felicitated with "Rahi Kadam Inspiration Award" in Pune.

    Women from different walks of life were felicitated by the Rahi Kadam Inspiration Award given by Dr S. L Chavan Foundation recently on the occasion of International Women's Day at Pune Shramik Patrakar Sangh. Chief guests Dr Akash Shah (Jehangir Hospital), Government officer Bhavana Agarkar, Actor/Model Roshni Kapoor, Counsellor Sonali Rao were present to grace the occasion. This year 21 women were felicitated with Rahi Kadam Inspiration Award. Dr Ashwini Salunke (Dermatologist) Naaz Shaikh Khan (Celebrity Fashion Designer) Pragati Aher (Master Chef) Mrunal Inamdar (Ambassador, Pinkathon) Dr Radhika Wagh (Gynecologist) Aarti Chavhan (Entrepreneur) Himadri S.Heer (Celebrity Stylist) Dr Bhavisha Parmar (Mrs Maharashtra) Neha Varma Madan & Gayatri Lakhani (Authors) and many other women achievers were felicitated. President of Dr S. L. Foundation, Dr Girija Shinde spoke about the Foundation and its social activities in her introductory speech. Dr Suvarnalata Jadhavrao, Amla Raje Jadhavrao, Mahesh Agarkar, Social Activist and President Award winner Kishore Kalda and his wife were present at the award ceremony. Other members of the foundation, Harshavardhan Kadam, Raajvardhan Kadam, Bhaskar Shinde and Pratik Bhagat were present at the function. The event was coordinated by Pratibha Aarade, Mayuri Yevale, Ujwala Konde and Archana Gosavi. The program was hosted by Reshu Aggrawal and R J Nisarga.

  • India’s First Keto-Friendly, Sugar-Free Chocolate Brand Puts Foot In The Market

    Razzle chocolates, an Ahmedabad-based company has launched its range of chocolates which are vegan, keto-friendly, pro diabetic, and are also gluten and soy-free. The idea of the company emerged when this young boy of 25 years saw how much people craved sweetness when they had to control it. Watching their emotional turbulence, he aimed to use his hotel management and marketing knowledge to create something cool. As it is said what you seek seeks you, this turned into reality when he met Lt. Colonel Dr Awaneesh Pandey who runs his diabetic clinic and is a wellness coach too. Under his expert metabolic guidance, he created Razzle chocolates with the use of Erythritol. “We were extremely happy to announce the launch of Razzle bars on social media. We aimed to make the basic pleasures of life accessible to all and this truly is dream come true. This gives them the much-needed guilt-free chocolate experience. Our nation is advancing towards becoming the Diabesity capital due to the higher amount of sugar & carbs in our day-to-day diet. A bar of regular dark chocolate contains around 40-60 grams of added sugar (on average) which makes this a luxury for people who can’t consume it. On the contrary, Razzle bars provide a sugarless experience. Such high sugar in regular chocolate bars has made the simple pleasure of having chocolate a sinful luxury that many people now cannot afford.” - Dr Awaneesh Pandey The Razzle bars are currently available by order from their Instagram account ( They currently have five flavors; Rich in Cashew, Rich In Almond, Pistachio Haze, Nut Mosaic, and Chilli Cinnamon. The journey started in 2020 amidst lockdown and they received so much love from people. The brand is now handled by the mother-son duo who are looking forward to hitting their big milestone. “We are planning to set up a facility for producing 1000 chocolate bars a day by the end of 2022. We aim to sell 100 chocolate bars a day initially and then scale it up to 1000 bars a day by the end of the year 2022. We are also planning to increase the flavours from the existing 5 to 20 over the coming months.” he added. This new chocolate is surely going to change the dimensions of the fitness world.

  • Sayesha Saxena, a 13-year-old girl Entrepreneur who is determined to make a difference to Society

    In the time when startups are the flavour of the season, even girls are not staying behind to show their creativity and innovative ideas to start something of their own at an age as young as 13 years old. " Team Stay Featured" is here to share an interesting and truly inspiring story of Sayesha Saxena, a 13 year old girl entrepreneur who is determined to make a difference to society 13-year-old through her creative and enterprising skills. Sayesha Saxena is a bright, meritorious student of class 8th at The Shri Ram School, Gurgaon who dreams big and lets out her strokes on the canvas and tennis court with equal ease. She feels strongly for the environment and social causes and is determined to make a difference in society. Currently, as part of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, she is working actively on her product idea 'Pitara' founded in December 2020 to bring the past and the future of India together in a beautiful, sustainable fashion. About "Pitara" Pitara is a way to express heritage and culture in a creative, simple and eco-friendly manner. These hampers are best for children of young age as it encourages them to spend time with their parents and grandparents and get to know about these customs, thus connecting them to their roots and understand the true meaning of festivals.

  • What's Wrong with Self Promotion? - Amrita Valan

    What do people have against self-promotion? Especially people who don't write, perform any of the arts or paint themselves? Why do they criticize self-promotion? I want to disseminate what I write. I want a wider audience than my Facebook wall can provide. If the groups I post in allow it, what axe do such folks have to grind here? It is not spam, it's not mindless advertising, it's my labour of love provided free of cost for your enjoyment and my greater visibility! How does it affect this self-appointed brigade of people? Isn't this attempted censorship? Isn't it co-opting the promotion of the arts? That any recognition that you get should come through proper 'official' channels only? That smacks of bureaucracy and red tape at best, nepotism and hegemony at worst. Someone inboxes me, that it excites jealousy. I am advised not to show overt enthusiasm in acknowledging acceptances. How is your jealousy, my problem friend? Do you think I'm incapable of jealousy? I am an adult. I can control my momentary envy. I can rise higher than my petty instinct, to recognise the hard work and achievements of others. Please don't scare me with your jealousy. Please allow my growth through the promotion of my own poems and stories. Self-publishing is actually self-promotion. If you're ok with that, you should be ok with this. My writes stand on their own merit for the likes of others. You need not like it if you're so annoyed that I dared to promote myself in any other place but my Facebook wall post. But who are you, to decide and determine where a person should promote herself? What is wrong with promotion exactly? Some say it is personal promotion, and in bad taste. My friends, I am not promoting Amrita, the person, but the work, a poem, a painting or a story. Which falls under the aegis of Art. And Art is universal. As for taste, good or bad, my work is bound to be linked to my name, so if you like my work, you may come back to read more. This is not personal promotion to aggrandize oneself, but to find acceptance, a niche for one’s work. It is common sense. If I am promoting my ink in an unsuitable group, say Science and Astronomy, Cooking or buying and selling of consumer goods or real estate, that would be objectionable and disagreeable But, surely in a group that showcases poetry, painting, memoirs recollections, opinion pieces humour et all, it is perfectly natural? All the great groups of internationally published writers I belong to on Facebook encourage every one of its members to Share! Share! And Share! To promote their talent to showcase their work. Everywhere I submit my work I am actually instructed to promote on Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, Facebook, my own pages and yes all the groups that allow it, groups with similar interests, content and theme. Are such esteemed and experienced littérateurs wrong? Why look down your noses on self-promotion then? If you say it commercializes art, oh! don't make me laugh, please! One individual sharing her labour of love, or her published articles cannot possibly open the floodgates of commerce. Every anthology published tries to break even. If it makes a profit, then does the artwork inside die because it made a profit? And so it becomes commercializing Art? © Amrita Valan 2021

  • Valueleaf Parallel Agency Bags Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India 2020, Ranks 31st with 165% revenue

    Valueleaf Parallel Agency, a Bengaluru based digital marketing performance agency, today announced that it ranked 31st on the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India 2020, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in India. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over five years. Valueleaf grew 165% during this period. Valueleaf’s CEO, Satish Saraf attributes its consistent performance in delivering ROI as the reason for the company’s 165% growth. He added, "it is overwhelming to be recognised as one of India’s fastest-growing and most dynamic technology-driven companies for five consecutive years. Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic, we were able to ensure growth for the company through technological innovations, and we are grateful to Deloitte for recognising our efforts. We will continue to grow and speed up our digital innovation to meet our client’s satisfaction by providing the best solutions.” "Making to the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 list is commendable in today’s highly competitive, fast-changing technology industry, and especially in the challenging year of 2020 which has forced us to pivot, transform and fast track digitisation," - Rajiv Sundar, Partner and Program Director - Technology Fast 50 India 2020. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP. "We congratulate Valueleaf Parallel Agency on being one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in India." This is the 5th consecutive years Valueleaf has been awarded the fastest-growingthe Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India program selection and qualifications The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India program, which was launched in 2005, is conducted by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP), and is part of a truly integrated Asia Pacific program recognising the India’s fastest-growing and most dynamic technology businesses (public and private) and includes all areas of technology - from the internet to biotechnology, from medical and scientific to computers/hardware. The program recognises the fastest-growing technology companies in India based on their percentage revenue growth over the past three financial years. Valueleaf Parallel Agency Valueleaf Parallel Agency is an award-winning digital marketing performance agency that helps brands to connect, converse, collaborate and co-create with their audience by identifying prospects and converting them to achieve their respective end goals. It offers end-to-end performance marketing solutions that catapult brands to the forefront. It has grown under the arms of digital intelligence, serving brands across multiple sectors to implement strategic, analytic, creative, and technical solutions across all digital channels. It offers services in multiple domains like email, native, affiliate, search & display, social media and much more. It has been awarded the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award for 5 consecutive years.

  • Revealed! Abhishek Nigam’s fitness secret, know what keeps ‘Hero’ fit

    1. What does fitness mean to you? To me, fitness means being happy from within and feeling healthy. No matter what activity you do, be it running or exercising, it is bound to make you fitter if it gives you a sense of satisfaction. The body must be free from diseases and any extra amount of fat or cholesterol, and I strongly believe that the person who feels healthy and is super-charged is always fit. 2. How do you keep a healthy balance between your mind and your body? I always try to keep a tab on the portion of whatever I eat. A healthy and balanced diet is crucial as our bodies need several nutrients to stay fit, 3. Following your demanding and hectic routine, how do you manage to stay fit and maintain a healthy lifestyle? I always keep my diet according to my workload and schedule and never try to maintain any hardcore diet for my fitness. I give my body the right amount of fuel it needs. Whenever I am shooting an action sequence, I fuel myself with a heavy breakfast and lunch and, more importantly, keep my body hydrated by drinking lots of water. 4. What is your ideal workout regime? For me, an ideal workout is something that charges me up and energizes me to the fullest, other than making me tired. I generally don’t work out daily since I have a very hectic schedule at shoots. It is 3-4 days a week that I try to catch up with my workout session. I believe in an effective workout and try to efficiently follow it rather than working out for longer sessions. 5. Your roles require you to maintain a fit body, what did you incorporate in your fitness regime? Before this show, I used to do more weightlifting and body-building workouts. In my current role in the fit as show Hero-Gayab Mode On, I am playing a stuntman and I need to look fitas an athlete. Hence, I have incorporated skipping, cardio and running, martial arts, and acrobats, which helps me cut lots of fat from my body. 6. Any quick healthy snack that you rely on during your busy days? A quick healthy snack for me is my Protein bar and a Protein shake. Sometimes, I love Pani-Puri and I can’t resist it. (laughs) 7. What kind of music do you like listening to while you work out? I like upbeat music and adrenaline rushing music during the workouts. 8. What motivates you towards fitness? I don’t feel the need for any motivation to remain fit. Staying healthy means that a lot of medical expenses can be taken care of (laughs). Being fit for me is very necessary, and everyone should realize its importance on their own, instead of someone else motivating you. 9. Any Fitness tips for your fans? The only tip for my fans is to everything they desire but always in control. One should always eat according to the workload and daily schedule. Don't forget to Watch Abhishek Nigam as Veer aka Hero, every Monday-Friday at 8 PM only on Sony SAB


    Devanshi is a 33-year-old woman, married for 7 years and a mother of 4 years old baby. She was a scholar in her college days and was the first to land up with a lucrative job. She was intelligent and was doing so well in her professional career but ended up quitting the job after she gave birth to a kid. Reason? There was nobody to support her in looking after her baby, nor was any work from home option available to her. Faced with this quandary, she decided to take a break from her professional career and devote her time to bringing up her kid. She thought that she would restart her career after the sabbatical required to raise her kid. How many of you can relate to Devanshi? Many perhaps! Many of you would have gone through this phase of life; taking the tough decision of quitting a job for the sake of your family. It is a story that syncs with the lives of many women. Every human being has to go through a phase of transition in his/her life. But when it comes to women, though the transition from being a girl, a daughter, a wife and a mother, is similar to the male counterpart, yet the hardship faced by women and challenges associated with each of the phases is quite different, having different magnitude. There will always be a continuous challenge and societal pressure for women to cope up with. Women will always find themselves in many quirky expectations like “damned if they do" and "damned if they don't". Whether you are a housewife or a working woman, you can achieve your dream. Just because you have grown older while taking care of your family responsibilities, doesn't mean you can't find career ideas to get work and become financially independent. In fact, this is the period of your life where you are more independent and have enough time to develop skills and learn a new hobby. In the past, once motherhood is attained, women lives changed drastically and her identity used to get lost in her motherhood. But now, slowly and steadily, things are changing for good. Now, women too are in search of an identity for themselves, want to be independent and have an urge to chase their dreams. Here are some career options from which you can choose to start walking and cross that white picket fence. 1. TEACHING AND TRAINING Teachers and trainers share information with an audience to help them learn new information and though teaching is a great second career many might not have eligibility and also to some people teaching in the classroom might not be appealing. Thanks to technology teaching and training are now no longer limited to classroom jobs. In fact, the pandemic has opened many new ways to teach and train your audience. If you have a background in teaching you can also target jobs related to HR or training or combine both and be a training coordinator. You need to enhance your skill a little bit and there you go into a whole new world of imparting knowledge. 2. IMAGE CONSULTING Image consulting is one of the best careers options as it comes with working flexibility. It also helps you to earn well. Being a woman we are also concerned about our looks and styling so one just have to get certified and there you go. You can pick a niche for yourself from personal styling to brand styling, makeover consulting and market yourself well. 3. EVENT PLANNER If you like working with people and have excellent communication and time management along with organizational skill, this could be your career. Event planners are responsible for planning for events, networking, managing budgets, managing team, negotiating contracts, execution etc. Start small! Try your hands organizing a small birthday event, or a kitty part and once you get a knack of it, hold on to the nuances of the business, scale it up slowly. 4. TRANSLATOR/INTERPRETER Think back to school days and recollect how we used to crib for so many language classes in our school. This is the right time to brush those skills and remember what all learnt. To be a translator you need to learn a language/s, translation skill. Many companies nowadays need a translator and you can be one. 5. FREELANCE WRITER A freelancer is a person who works on their own. They work for their client and charge money for it. And for this career, you don't need a specific age. Writing is an excellent career choice as it gives complete flexibility and freedom to work from anywhere. And the best part is you don't even need any certificates or training. If you have a good command of the language and have a penchant for vocabulary, this might just be for you. Just polish your skills, get access to your PC and write. As a freelancer, you can write articles, develop contents, blog or you can even connect with some publication house. Yes, for this you will have to have proper networking. 6. ARTISTS Do you love to express your thoughts through your art? For artists, it's never late to show skills. To be one, make your portfolios, show it on social media, networking is again a good way to showcase your skill, try to get projects. Use some innovation. You can work to make professional videos, animation or picture editing. 7. CATERING All your life you have cooked food and know the nitty-gritty of it. So why not choose it as a profession. But in addition to providing delicious and hygienically prepared food, you also will need to understand that this job involves transporting and serving foods at events. Other than this you must be aware of the financial aspect of the food business as well as marketing and customer service. You will have to apply for a license as it is mandatory as per the FSSAI rules. Navigating through a career change or starting afresh can be daunting and exhilarating at the same time. It can be a scary experience but also is exciting. The first job to do successfully is the job of aligning your thinking with what you wish to do and where would you like to end up. So think and rethink it. The key should be to recognize that you are not just reinventing your career but are also redefining yourself as a human being because the process starts from the inside out. Understand your WHY, look inward, invest outward, take a skill inventory, remove your biggest obstacle and rebrand yourself. Don't delay your future further! Prepare yourself for a great career. Who said there will be no roadblock but never stop pushing yourself. Believe in yourself! And you will shine! Note- This post is contributed by Monalisa Singh, founder of Hashtag, a Career Guide, Counsellor, Teacher, and Entrepreneur.

  • Little Caesars Offers a Fresh Out of the Oven Business Proposition to Investors

    Whilst many of us refer to COVID-19 as a disrupter, it is also a ‘Game Changer’ for the hospitality industry and a massive one at that. A situation like this, warrants all of us to have our thinking caps on, visualise emerging and evolved consumer behaviour, get back to the drawing board and customise services to meet these needs. Catching up with the changed scenario, Little Caesars Pizza, the third-largest pizza chain in the world is all set to touch the right chord with franchisees in India looking to serve customers who crave increased cleanliness, safety, a contactless experience and pocket-friendly meals anywhere in India. The global brand, which currently operates in 26 countries and territories worldwide, has plans to set foot all across India with a solution-driven approach offering a silver lining to new investors amidst the pandemic. The brand that has always been known for its high standards in both safety and cleanliness is excited to throw a spotlight on its Hot-N-Ready model which allows customers to be in and out of the store in 30 seconds or less, making it safe and convenient to keep the crisis in mind. The global QSR giant ensures that all pizzas are baked in ovens that reach 245 degrees Celsius and are not touched after they come out of the oven and into the box, furthering trust with customers especially keeping the Covid-19 outbreak and the delivery model in mind.

  • GIA India Offers Knowledge Webinar on‘Navratna’

    GIA India organised the knowledge Webinar ‘Navratna’for members of Delhi NCR Jewellers Committee in New Delhi. Around 25 participants attended this webinar to learn important information about the nine gemstones. To stay informed about GIA India’s upcoming Knowledge Webinars, call +91-22-68493960. GIA India Instructor Jamsheed Dastoorshared insights about the nine gems that represent the celestial bodies of Indian astrology: Sun (ruby), Moon (pearl), Mercury (emerald), Mars (coral), Jupiter (yellow sapphire or topaz), Venus (diamond), Saturn (blue sapphire) and the rising (zircon or hessonite) and descending (cat’s-eye) nodes of the moon. “GIA India conducted a very informative and engaging webinar on the topic, ‘Navratna’for our members,” said NareshDhingra, President, gemological Delhi NCR Jewellers Committee. “This knowledge webinar plays a pivotal role in acquiring gemmological information about the nine precious gemstones and will help the participants to build consumer trust and confidence. We are grateful to GIA India for their continued commitment to sharing knowledge and creating awareness through these webinars.” “Navratnais quite an interesting topic from not just a gemogical perspective, but also due to the astrological importance in India,” said Apoorva Deshingkar, Senior Director – Sales, GIA India.“As a pioneer of gemological research, GIA is poised to share scientific knowledge about these nine gemstones so jewellers can communicate effectively with consumers. We are thankful to the Delhi NCR Jewellers Committee for their support in organising a knowledge webinar for the benefit of their members.” “Informative and enriching webinars such as these constitute a part of GIA’s mission to ensure public trust in gems and jewellery,” said Sriram Natarajan, Managing Director of GIA India.“Equipped with the knowledge gained during this and several such webinars we’ve been conducting over the past year or so, jewellers can buy and sell with confidence. With the help of these webinars as well as our retail sales associate training programmes, gemologicalmembers of the gem and jewellery trade are building consumer trust and furthering the Institute’s mission.” About GIA India GIA India Laboratory Private Limited (‘GIA India’) is an independent subsidiary of the Gemological Institute of America, Inc. (‘GIA’). Established in 1931, GIA is recognised as the world’s foremost authority in gemmology. GIA invented the famous 4Cs of Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight and, in 1953, created the International Diamond Grading System™ which is recognised around the world as the standard for diamond quality. Through research, education, gemmological laboratory services and instrument development, the Institute is dedicated to ensuring the public trust in gems and jewellery by upholding the highest standards of integrity, academics, science and professionalism. All of GIA’s activities are governed by its mission to serve the public. Visit or

  • Under the Sustainable Development Goals, proposed 17 'National Development Goals'

    India is a established and a democratic country and interim the efforts the country has to establish itself before the world as a happy, prosperous and developed country by 2030. Under the Sustainable Development Goals there is a total of 17 parameters that have been defined to manifest this, such as zero poverty, zero starvation, gender equality, quality education for all, innovation and promotion of industries. However, the fulfillment of these goals with the ongoing pandemic Corona has become an extreme challenge. Keeping this in mind, 17 most important 'National Development Goals' have been proposed under the themes set by online viewer’s platform, (, while working on the topic #2030kabharat. The basic objective of the proposed goals is to eliminate unevenness in the country and create a safe and healthy environment for all. According to the channel's co-founder Mr Atul Malikram, "The goals set by the United Nations are for countries around the world, through which the aim is to create a strong and secure world. One of these goals is to reduce disharmony amongst the neighboring countries. We believe that this is one of the most important points for the overall development of the country. It is also important to root out inequality from our society and from the hearts of our people.” According to the current goals, there is ongoing work in various states of the country to meet the policy development goals. The points issued by the troupe in view of the present scenario are as follows: Make digital education compulsory and accessible to all, promote trainer-made education system, ban the cast system altogether, ban any and all types of reservation, make educational qualification compulsory for politicians, there are only two major political parties in the country, to make the entire electoral process virtual and curb the expenditure on publicity, private sector stake in every government department and NGO is mandatory. The fund of CSR should be increased from 2% to 5%, there should be a provision for equal pay in private and government jobs. Immediate moratorium on pension to former MP's and MLAs should be put in place; a week-long nationwide lock-down should be implemented every year for environmental protection, creation of single window facilities to facilitate trade, safe water and rivers. Strict laws and observance, development of judiciary and jails and laws for child and women protection, A nationwide campaign on the issues of child labor and child marriage, empowerment of women and girls of every age group and special provision for elderly section in every field. The channel has also made an attempt to appeal to the Central and State Governments to take cognizance of these subjects, to implement these points officially. For more information, you can visit the channel's website and social media pages

  • Adani Green Energy to acquire 50 MW Solar Asset from SkyPower Global

    AGEL has signed definitive agreements with the Toronto-headquartered SkyPower Global for acquisition of 100% stake in a special purpose vehicle (SPV) that owns 50 MW operating solar asset at Telangana With this acquisition, AGEL will have operating renewable capacity of 3,395 MW with a total renewable portfolio of 14,865 MW. Ahmedabad, 20March, 2021: Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), one of the largest renewables companies in India, today announced that it has signed a share purchase agreement for acquisition of 100% stake in an SPV holding 50 MW operating solar project of the Toronto-headquartered SkyPower Global. The project is located in Telangana and was commissioned in Oct 2017 and has a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Southern Power Distribution Company of Telangana. With this acquisition, AGEL shall increase its operating renewable capacity of 3,395 MW with a total renewable portfolio of 14,865 MW.The closing of the transaction is subject to customary approvals and conditions. Mr. Vineet S. Jaain, MD & CEO, Adani Green Energy Ltd, said, "Strengthening our portfolio through organic and inorganic growth opportunities is in integral part of the our vision to build a capacity of 25 GW by 2025 and become the largest renewables company in the world. We will leverage the strength of our platform and capital management philosophy to achieve operational improvements and value-accretive returns from the project.” About Adani Green Energy Limited Adani Green Energy Limited (“AGEL”), a part of India-based Adani Group, has one of the largest global renewable portfolios with 14.9 GW of operating, under-construction and awarded projects catering to investment-grade counterparties. The company develops, builds, owns, operates and maintains utility-scale grid-connected solar and wind farm projects. Key customers of AGEL include the National Thermal Power Corporation (“NTPC”), Solar Energy Corporation of India (“SECI”) and various state discoms. Earlier this year, Mercom Capital, the US-based think tank ranked the Adani Group as the #1 global solar power generation asset owner. For more information, please visit

  • LOC & NRK are coming up with "Skills Competition"

    We all have some of the other skills within us. So why not present them and get yourself awarded. So, this competition will be the best opportunity for you This will be a PAN India Online Competition for Ladies and Kids. Winners will be awarded prizes and E Certificates. All the rules for this competition will be put up soon In the frame: Neeta Razdan Kaul & Trupti Kati (Founders, LOC & NRK) Categories for Skill Competition are listed below: 1)Art ( Drawing /Sketching) Ladies+ kids 2)Cooking ( 10 + years kids and ladies) 3)Baking 4)Fireless Cooking ( For kids age group 5 to 8 only ). 5)Craft ( Home Decors) for ladies. Craft items for kids. 6)Gardening( make a video of your own terrace garden) 7)Sports ( For kids 6 to 15). Your Achievements as a sportsperson. Make a video to show your sucess. 8)Entrepreneurship ( Your Achievement as an entrepreneur). Make a video of your achievements. 9)Dance ( Ladies + Kids ) 10Makeup Artist. ( Your work video as make up artist) 10)Instrument playing ( kids and ladies). Make video. 11)Singing ( Kids or ladies). Min song 5 min 12)Poet/ Poetess ( kids/ladies). Make a video while telling your own poetry. You can nominate yourself under any of the above categories. Juries will select the best 3 in each category. This Competition will be in April 2021. Registration starts today. This will be an online event of LOC & NRK. It's going to be fun. So, Hurry Up Everyone and Show Up Your Skills. For more details, Don't forget to connect Trupti Kati & Neeta Razdan Kaul ( Founder of LOC & NRK) +91 9022945607/ +91 7757020219

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