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Spiritual Music Therapy by Raj Dogra in jail

JAMMU, Oct 11 : Continuing with his efforts to reach the needed and provide relief to them when the costly medicines and other remedies have failed, Spiritual Music Therapy Guru Raj Kumar Dogra, conducted 1-day Workshop in the premises of District Jail, Udhampur and gave a live presentation of the therapy to the jail inmates in presence of the Jail Suprintendent Dr. Vinod Anand and other officials of the jail. It was organised by “Swarangan Meditation Charitable Trust (Regd.) in collaboration with Vichar Kranti Manch. Its trustee Payal Dogra also gave vocal support to Raj Kumar Dogra.
Raj Kumar Dogra, who also gave a detailed lecture of a massive gathering of over three hundred prisoners, majority of those found involved in criminal and social evils, said that the fast moving and costly life style of the present day has, on one hand provided luxuries of life, on the other it has recorded an increase in the number of people who are easily getting attracted to the sins in …

After Floods Assam's 1.8 mn children in Danger: Support

In the third time flood hit in a season, Assam now is in sorrow for its children Can we help?

Boat mishap kills five school children in flood-hit Assam 

Going to school a daily hazard in flood-hit Assam villages

For 11-year-old Jesmina Begum, daughter of Abdul Motin of Atigaon, a village in the flood-ravaged Morigaon district in central Assam, commuting to school has become not only difficult but also dangerous in the recent weeks. “We know that five children drowned in a boat capsize on Tuesday. But what to do? We can’t stop going to school,” Jesmina said. The floods have washed away the road to their village and also a bridge. “Now we go to school on a boat, paying Rs 2 for each trip to cross the Pakariya river,” Jesmina said, alighting from the small country boat that belongs to Hamidul Islam, a resident of the village. The Pakariya’s floodwaters have considerably receded, but the river is yet to move back to its original channel.
Assam floods displace 1.8 mn children in 2012
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