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Friday, March 22, 2019

On the eve of Holi AIR Mumbai presented 'Ras Rang Barse' an exclusive Music Concert





On the eve of Holi AIR Mumbai presented Ras Rang Barse an exclusive concert of light classical music of the talented AIR artists.Vocalists Pandit Chandrashekhar Vaze and Mrs. Pushpa Singh are accompanying AIR artists in this musical evening.The artists enthralled the audience.

Director General Shri. F Shaheriyar was the chief guest,Additional Director General (WZ) Shri Sunil Arora, Additional Director General and station Head of AIR Mumbai, Neeraj Agrawal, Deputy Director General Sudhir Sodhia and many other officers are present for the event. 

Edited version of the concert will be broadcast on AIR Mumbai's Asmita channel on 21 St March at 10-30 pm. Also available on mobile app allindiardio live. Ragam DTH channel will broadcast it at 10 am on the same day. Enjoy the colour festival with Akashwani.

Source:-Facebook account of Akashawani Mumbai .

Holi celebration at All India Radio Jeypore




Holi Milan (होली मिलन ) was arranged at All India Radio Jeypore . All the Staff Members of AIR Jeypore participated in the event and made the occasion a grand success . 

Source:-Facebook account of Jugal Kishore Panda.

Holi celebrated at AIR Shilong colony


Source:Vikaschandra Katiyar

Farewell was extended to shri. N.Rajendran,DD( E),AIR, Thiruvananthapuram on account of his superannuation






A wonderful farewell was extended to shri. N.Rajendran,DD( E),AIR, Thiruvananthapuram/ Technical In charge of AIR, Nagercoil , on 19th March 2019 at 3 PM at AIR, Nagercoil ( on account of his superannuation this month) ,as a mark of gratitude for all his guidelines in many of our office procedures. The Head of Office/ Asst. Director ( Prog) Smt. S. Chitra expressed her thanks in a touching gesture and the meeting was made colorful because of the participation by Asst. Director ( Engg) Smt. C. R. Mallika , AIR, Nagercoil Shri.Dinesan, Asst. Engineer, AIR, NGL and all staff .


Forwarded By:S.CHITRAAsst.Director ( P) /Head of Office,AIR, Nagercoil

Inspiration - Hana’s Miso Soup.....Since the age of 5, she wakes up at 6am to cook.


Since the age of 5, this Japanese girl wakes up every morning at 6 a.m. to make miso soup. Not only does she make breakfast, she also helps out with household chores once she is back from school. From hanging the laundry to cleaning the bathtub, there is nothing she cannot do.

Why is Hana Yasutake capable of doing so many things that other 5-year-old kids can’t possibly do? This was a promise she made to her mother, who passed away after succumbing to breast cancer. In 2015, their touching story was made into the film, Hana’s Miso Soup.

Before Hana was born, in 2000, her mother, Chie, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 25. Hana’s dad, Shingo Yasutake, married Chie even though she had cancer.

With the birth of Hana in February 2003, the whole family was filled with joy. Unfortunately, this happiness was short-lived. When Hana was 9 months old, Chie’s cancer relapsed. With just years to live, Chie was pondering, “What is the most important thing for Hana?”

So, the terminally ill mother decided to teach Hana to cook and do household chores so that her daughter could live a good life by herself.

“I want to make my daughter able to do as much as she can by herself,” wrote Chie on her blog. “I hope my daughter will stay strong and live life tenaciously.”

On Hana’s 4th birthday, Chie gave her an apron as a gift. And within a year, Hana learned how to cook brown rice, nattō (fermented soybeans) and miso soup.

“Whether I have cancer or not, I’m supposed to die first,” wrote Chie in February 2008. “This is why I have to die without any regrets.”

At that time, the cancer had spread to her liver and lungs. Sadly, on July 11, 2008, Chie passed away at the age of 33. One morning, shortly after Chie’s death, Shingo saw Hana making miso soup, which tasted exactly like what Chie used to make

Hana was also able to do the household chores—all passed down to her by Chie. Gradually, Shingo was able to bounce back from grief, thanks to Hana.

And in 2012, Shingo and Hana compiled Chie’s blog entries into a book, “Hana-chan no Miso Shiru” (Hana’s miso soup).  
“What I have to be most grateful for is you giving birth to Hana. You risked your life to do it,” wrote Shingo in the book.

“I want to tell you something. I can make a whole bento now. Aren’t you surprised?” wrote Hana to Chie. “I don’t cry anymore. I’m doing my best.”

Source and Credit : https://mb.ntd.tv/inspiring/stories/mom-trained-her-4-year-old-daughter-to-cook-the-reason-behind-it-touched-millions-of-hearts.html.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

होली है भाई होली है





प्रसार भारती परिवार के सभी सदस्योंको होली की ढेर सारी  शुभकामना 

Android App:ALL INDIA RADIO HD RECORDER





You can download ALL INDIA RADIO HD RECORDER  from google play store.Facility is provided to record programmes from different AIR channels.

भावपूर्ण श्रद्धांजलि : Remembering Shri B.S. Kamble, former Steno AIR Sangli on his 3rd death anniversary.


Shri B.S Kamble Steno Gr.I, AIR Sangli had expired on this date i.e. 21.03.2016, three years back. Shri Kamble was 57 at the time of expiry and had left behind him his wife, one son and one daughter . He had joined the department on 6/10/1989 at DDK Mumbai, as Junior Steno. He served the Dept. for 26 & 1/2 years. He was very polite, sincere and hard worker. The office will be remembered for his service ever. 

At PB parivar, we feel that our family bonding shall remain alive even after unfortunate demise of our colleagues and we shall try to stand with the families of our such friends and shall try to provide help and strength to them. We call upon all PB parivar members and volunteers to keep working in this direction and make us a true Family... 

Inspiration - Dr. Rajagopalan Vasudevan is the "Plastic Man" who works for a "Clean India".


The worldwide struggle for the rescue of the planet is everyone's task. However, there are extraordinary people who implement inventions that revolutionize the field of ecology. Among these people is Dr. Rajagopalan Vasudevan who developed a very simple but effective technology. He transforms plastic waste into a material that replaces the bitumen used in road construction. Garbage dumps are the inexhaustible source of material for the development of this innovation.

Dr. Rajagopalan Vasudevan or "Plastic Man" as he is known in the field of chemistry and engineering, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1965. Immediately thereafter he obtained a Master of Science degree in 1967. Later, in 1974, he received the title of Dr. in Sciences. All his degrees were awarded by the University of Madras where he finished his higher studies.

The Thiagarajar College Of Engineering welcomed the young investigator Vasudevan in 1975 and in 1998 as part of its teaching structure. From then on, Dr. Vasudevan dedicated his research to the management of waste. For more than 40 years he has researched processes for the reuse of plastic waste. The focus of his research led him to propose methods of recovery and reuse of plastic waste found in landfills. This is how the idea of plastic roads was born.

Dr. Vasudevan dedicated his life to seek practical solutions to complex problems by applying the principle of “jugaad”. With this in mind he articulated two complex problems in one simple solution: He directed plastic waste from landfills to road pavements. The plus of this initiative is that it considerably reduces CO2 emissions and provides communities with much-needed asphalt roads.

There are millions of kilometers of unpaved roads in India. It is well known that the high cost of bitumen stops the advance of paved roads. This situation particularly affects rural regions. Accordingly, Dr. Vasudevan succeeded in presenting an efficient, economical and environmentally friendly solution: "Waste plastic can be used as an excellent binder material to develop good roads and thus ensure better transport. The plastic coating will improve the service life of the road and this can be done by slightly modifying the existing technology. This method is cost effective and cheaper compared to 100% bituminous asphalt roads. I am willing to share the technology with Goa and help its citizens if there is government cooperation," he said during the TEDxGIM conference in Goa.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

भावपूर्ण श्रद्धांजलि : Remembering (late)Shri Ashok Ghatter, former Motor Driver, DDK Rajkot on his 2nd death anniversary


Sh. Ashok A Ghattar,Motor driver Gr-1,at DDK Rajkot, had died suddenly during the night 20 March 2017, two years back. He had joined the department in 1985. At the time of his expiry, He was 56 years old and survived by wife,1 daughter and 2 sons.

Prasar Bharati parivar volunteers had talked to Jayesh son of Lt. Ghattar and conveyed our rememberance to the whole family. Jayesh is his 2nd son who is driving OLA and earning his living. His elder son is working as a security guard and his daughter is married leading a happy life. Smt. Bharati Ghattar, wife of Lt. Ghattar is not having a good health after his death. They are presently staying at Rajkot itself.

Any Parivar members who wishes to talk or to contact his family members can contact his Son Jayesh on Mobile No. 9904477717 and convey their rememberance to the family members and give them strength. Drive

At PB parivar, we feel that our family bonding shall remain alive even after unfortunate demise of our colleagues and we shall try to stand with the families of our such friends and shall try to provide help and strength to them. We call upon all PB parivar members and volunteers to keep working in this direction and make us a true Family... 

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