NNA | Update: May 22, 2022 02:53 STI New Delhi [India]May 22 (ANI): The Indian Youth Congress (IYC) on Saturday launched the “Rajiv Kranti Bharat Jodo” campaign on the anniversary of the death of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi.Thousands of Youth Congress workers from
The Youth Council of the Economic Community of West African States (EYC) has announced the appointment of Osungbade Akeem as Youth Ambassador. This was announced in a letter published recently by EYC Chairman Ambassador Seun Williams and seen by Tribune Online. READ ALSO FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNE The
The Indian Youth Congress (IYC) announced on Thursday that it would launch an “India Jodo” campaign from May 21 to mark the anniversary of the death of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. It will also organize blood donation camps, exhibitions of photographs based on the life of Rajiv Gandhi and
New Delhi | Jagran Political Office: The Congress Working Committee (CWC) has decided to postpone the recommendation of the party’s youth wing to raise the retirement age of its leaders to 65 until the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, according to a report by the ANI news agency. The recommendation, proposed
A heated debate weighing ‘age versus performance’, ‘youthful energy versus skillful experience’ and ‘exuberance versus stamina’ reportedly raged in the closed-door discussions of Congressmen Chintan Shivir Panel on organizational reforms on the draft proposal for a 50% quota for the under 50 age group in all party panels. The proposal
In Kozhikode, Kerala, two men allegedly assaulted three supermarket workers on Sunday after they demanded packets of beef without a Halal sticker. The incident happened on Sunday evening at Badusha supermarket in Perambra area of Kozhikode, Kerala, where supermarket workers were allegedly beaten by two drunk men. According to police
Provided Palmerston North Multicultural Youth Council members, left to right, Wendy Zhang, Jiyeon Hahm, Winita Buaban, Ranudi Dissanayake, Izza Atif (chairman), Felix Le, Al-Bara Al-Sakkaf and Daniel Soh. An energetic group of young people have organized to form the town’s newest community group: the new Palmerston North Multicultural Youth Council.