के सभी प्रकाशन Vihaan Sai . दिल्ली , भारत
World Gratitude Day was celebrated in Connaught Place on Sunday. The event was organized by Rab Shukran, an NGO additionally referred to as happiness brigade. The event enclosed an open mic session, poetry, music, affirmations, Djembe percussion and talk on ennobling stories. The celebration culminated with a gratitude parade to hide people doing thankless jobs like sweepers, rickshaw pullers and police forces.
“The program started with a brief trip of longing with the release of a short video sharing the journey of Kalamanthan as an art platform. the primary panel consisted of Latika Wadhwa and Priya Jindal who are both ‘mompreneurs’ and have carved a distinct segment for themselves. they'd an especially enriching session concerning rising and acceptance of ladies entrepreneurs in our society,” said Baasab "Taalib", artistic director.
Fashion designer Anju Gandhi beside Astha Sethi, a young fashion designer engaged in sustainable fashion was on the rostrum with social media influencers. The panel was moderated by the co-founder Sarita Nirjhra. “The discussion touched upon dynamical norms of fashion, eternal sarees, fabrics, and sustainable fashion,” said Jyotika Pruthi, festival director. numerous storytellers and poets from Delhi-NCR participated in the event.
The observation was created by a bench of judge D N Patel and justice C Hari Shankar whereas rejecting a man's plea against a senior citizen maintenance tribunal order asking him to pay Rs 2,000 per month to his parents.
"There will be no division of duties to keep up parents. parents are to be maintained by all the sons/children," the bench said.
The petitioner claimed that the upkeep court and therefore the appellant court imposed the amount on him while not considering his allegedly poor financial condition. He had challenged each the orders.
Apart from that, in his petition, he had additionally challenged one judge decision upholding the orders of the 2 tribunals.
The division bench discharged his appeal and noted that the amount of Rs 2,000 was "abysmally low" and "too meager" and, therefore, "does not warrant any interference".