Ravish Ranjan Shukla

'Ravish Ranjan Shukla' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Delhi University Admission Process Likely To Begin In July: Official
    Education | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Mridusmita Deka | Wednesday June 2, 2021
    The University of Delhi (DU) is likely to commence the admission process to various undergraduate (UG) courses for the academic session 2021-22 in July, Rajeev Gupta, Chairman DU Admission said.
  • As Delhi Goes Breathless, Ghaziabad Gurdwara Chips In With Oxygen
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Friday April 23, 2021
    A Gurudwara in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, has done in the past few days what many big hospitals in the National Capital Region have frequently failed at: providing oxygen to critically patients and that, too, free of cost.
  • "Won't Return Home Unless Demands Met": Rakesh Tikait As <i>Chakka</i> Jam Ends
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Saurabh Shukla, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Saturday February 6, 2021
    Farmers protesting the centre's agriculture laws will not return home till their demands are met, and will not be pressured into holding talks with the centre, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said Saturday, after the farmers' three-hour chakka jam ended
  • After Spikes On Roads, Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait's 'Flower' Diplomacy
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Saturday February 6, 2021
    Spikes on the roads, cement walls and multiple barricades at a farmer protest site at the Ghazipur border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh have drawn international attention over the past few days. The protesting farmers today added flowers to the picture.
  • Unemployed UP Graduates Who Earned "Decent Money" Now Look For MGNREGA Work
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Arun Nair | Saturday June 6, 2020
    In a village in Uttar Pradesh, about 150 kms from the national capital, Roshan Kumar is looking for work under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee (MGNREGA) scheme. The rural employment scheme has been scaled up in the state to accommodate around 30 lakh migrant families who have returned to the state following the lockdown announced...
  • Delhi Farmer Spends Rs 70,000 On Air Tickets To Send 10 Migrants Home
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Wednesday May 27, 2020
    Pappan Singh, a mushroom farmer has paid Rs 70,000 for air tickets to send 10 of his labourers - migrants from Bihar - back home. He has also, for nearly two months now, been feeding and sheltering them
  • How River Yamuna Cleaned Itself In 60 Days Of Coronavirus Lockdown
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Nandini Gupta | Monday May 25, 2020
    Two months of the Coronavirus lockdown have done what successive governments could not do in 25 years with over Rs 5,000 crore at their disposal-clean up the Yamuna river.
  • Queues From 6 am For Lunch In Delhi As Lockdown Hits The Poorest
    Delhi News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Monday April 13, 2020
    A long queue of bags, containers, even buckets forms on a road in Delhi in the morning, with adequate gaps for social distancing to check against coronavirus. By afternoon, the objects morph into humans, standing for hours for lunch served by Delhi Government.
  • Walking Home For 2 Days With 10-Month-Old On His Shoulders Amid Lockdown
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Thursday March 26, 2020
    A toddler on his shoulder, daily wage labourer Bunty is one among a stream of migrants who have started to foot it to their villages in Uttar Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi' announcement of a 21-day lockdown across the country have left them with no other option, they say.
  • Blog: Five Days Of Covering Death, Fear and Sorrow In Delhi
    Blog | Ravish Ranjan Shukla | Thursday March 5, 2020
    I learnt how cold death and loss is. I learnt how religion deserts you inside a mortuary and is replaced by the silence of sorrow.
  • One Dead In Fire At Paper Factory In East Delhi, 32 Engines At Spot
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Thursday January 9, 2020
    A massive fire broke out at a paper factory in east Delhi last night, killing one person. Thirty-two fire engines are at the spot.
  • Women Kept In 'Inhuman Conditions' At This Ashram, Hunt On For Founder
    Delhi News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Friday December 22, 2017
    After the police raided an ashram in north Delhi's Rohini and rescued as many as 40 girls, who were kept under illegal confinement, the Delhi High Court today directed the CBI to trace its founder. The chief of the Adhyatmik Vishwa Vidyalaya, Virendra Dev Dikshit, has to be present before the bench on January 4.
  • Sulabh wants to help the 'miracle baby'
    India News | Ravish Ranjan Shukla | Monday September 7, 2009
    Sulabh International has promised that it will fund the miracle baby's education expenses.

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'Ravish Ranjan Shukla' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Delhi University Admission Process Likely To Begin In July: Official
    Education | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Mridusmita Deka | Wednesday June 2, 2021
    The University of Delhi (DU) is likely to commence the admission process to various undergraduate (UG) courses for the academic session 2021-22 in July, Rajeev Gupta, Chairman DU Admission said.
  • As Delhi Goes Breathless, Ghaziabad Gurdwara Chips In With Oxygen
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Friday April 23, 2021
    A Gurudwara in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, has done in the past few days what many big hospitals in the National Capital Region have frequently failed at: providing oxygen to critically patients and that, too, free of cost.
  • "Won't Return Home Unless Demands Met": Rakesh Tikait As <i>Chakka</i> Jam Ends
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Saurabh Shukla, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Saturday February 6, 2021
    Farmers protesting the centre's agriculture laws will not return home till their demands are met, and will not be pressured into holding talks with the centre, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said Saturday, after the farmers' three-hour chakka jam ended
  • After Spikes On Roads, Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait's 'Flower' Diplomacy
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Saturday February 6, 2021
    Spikes on the roads, cement walls and multiple barricades at a farmer protest site at the Ghazipur border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh have drawn international attention over the past few days. The protesting farmers today added flowers to the picture.
  • Unemployed UP Graduates Who Earned "Decent Money" Now Look For MGNREGA Work
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Arun Nair | Saturday June 6, 2020
    In a village in Uttar Pradesh, about 150 kms from the national capital, Roshan Kumar is looking for work under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee (MGNREGA) scheme. The rural employment scheme has been scaled up in the state to accommodate around 30 lakh migrant families who have returned to the state following the lockdown announced...
  • Delhi Farmer Spends Rs 70,000 On Air Tickets To Send 10 Migrants Home
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Chandrashekar Srinivasan | Wednesday May 27, 2020
    Pappan Singh, a mushroom farmer has paid Rs 70,000 for air tickets to send 10 of his labourers - migrants from Bihar - back home. He has also, for nearly two months now, been feeding and sheltering them
  • How River Yamuna Cleaned Itself In 60 Days Of Coronavirus Lockdown
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Nandini Gupta | Monday May 25, 2020
    Two months of the Coronavirus lockdown have done what successive governments could not do in 25 years with over Rs 5,000 crore at their disposal-clean up the Yamuna river.
  • Queues From 6 am For Lunch In Delhi As Lockdown Hits The Poorest
    Delhi News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Monday April 13, 2020
    A long queue of bags, containers, even buckets forms on a road in Delhi in the morning, with adequate gaps for social distancing to check against coronavirus. By afternoon, the objects morph into humans, standing for hours for lunch served by Delhi Government.
  • Walking Home For 2 Days With 10-Month-Old On His Shoulders Amid Lockdown
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Thursday March 26, 2020
    A toddler on his shoulder, daily wage labourer Bunty is one among a stream of migrants who have started to foot it to their villages in Uttar Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi' announcement of a 21-day lockdown across the country have left them with no other option, they say.
  • Blog: Five Days Of Covering Death, Fear and Sorrow In Delhi
    Blog | Ravish Ranjan Shukla | Thursday March 5, 2020
    I learnt how cold death and loss is. I learnt how religion deserts you inside a mortuary and is replaced by the silence of sorrow.
  • One Dead In Fire At Paper Factory In East Delhi, 32 Engines At Spot
    India News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Thursday January 9, 2020
    A massive fire broke out at a paper factory in east Delhi last night, killing one person. Thirty-two fire engines are at the spot.
  • Women Kept In 'Inhuman Conditions' At This Ashram, Hunt On For Founder
    Delhi News | Reported by Ravish Ranjan Shukla, Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Friday December 22, 2017
    After the police raided an ashram in north Delhi's Rohini and rescued as many as 40 girls, who were kept under illegal confinement, the Delhi High Court today directed the CBI to trace its founder. The chief of the Adhyatmik Vishwa Vidyalaya, Virendra Dev Dikshit, has to be present before the bench on January 4.
  • Sulabh wants to help the 'miracle baby'
    India News | Ravish Ranjan Shukla | Monday September 7, 2009
    Sulabh International has promised that it will fund the miracle baby's education expenses.

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