Dr. Brahm Dutt is our founder president and source of inspiration. In 2011 Dr. Dutt has been honoured with National Award by the Govt. of India, in public recognition of his outstanding performance in the field of empowerment of persons with disabilities. This award carries cash prize of Rupees One Lakh. The citation published about Dr. Dutt by the Govt., on this occasion is reproduced here below:-
In 2014 Dr. Dutt was awarded Padma Shree. The Madelium, the photograph taken on the eve of presentation of Padma Shree Award and citation about Dr. Brahm Dutt, also reproduced below:-
In 2015 Dr. Dutt was honoured with “Rashtriya Kranti Veer Award”. This award is one of the most prestigious awards as is evident from the list of those who have been given this award in the past.
Suhaib Ilyasi (born 8 September 1966), is a Indian television producer and director. He was the host of the notable TV crime show India's Most Wanted. He is also the editor of the magazine called Bureaucracy Today.
Rajendra Singh (born 6 August 1959) is a well-known water conservationist from Alwar district, Rajasthan in India. Also known as "waterman of India", he won the StockholmWater Prize, an award known as "the Nobel Prize for water", in 2015. Previously, he won the Ramon Magsaysay Award for community leadership in 2001 for his pioneering work in community-based efforts in water harvesting and water management. He runs an NGO called 'Tarun Bharat Sangh' (TBS), which was founded in 1975.
Sunil Dutt (6 June 1930 – 25 May 2005) in Khurd village, Jhelum district, Punjab Province, Pakistan, born Balraj Dutt, was an Indian movie actor, producer, director and politician. He was the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports in the Manmohan Singh government (2004–2005). His son, Sanjay Dutt, is also an actor, while daughter Priya Dutt, a former Member of Parliament. In 1968, he was honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India. In 1984 he joined the Indian National Congress party and was elected to Parliament of India for five terms from the constituency of Mumbai North West.
Ramanand Sagar (29 December 1917 – 12 December 2005) (born Chandramauli Chopra) was an Indian film director. He is most famous for making the Ramayan television series, a 78-part TV adaptation of the ancient Hindu epic of the same name, starring Arun Govil as Lord Ram and Deepika Chikhalia as Sita. The Government of India awarded him the civilian honour of Padma Shri in 2000.
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Manoj Kumar (born Harikrishna Giri Goswami on 24 July 1937) is an award-winning Indian actor and director in Bollywood. He is remembered for his films Hariyali Aur Raasta, Woh Kaun Thi?, Himalaya Ki God Mein, Do Badan, Upkar, Patthar Ke Sanam, Neel Kamal, Purab Aur Paschim, Roti Kapda Aur Makaan, and Kranti. He is known for acting in and directing films with patriotic themes, and has been given the nickname "Bharat Kumar". In 1992, he was honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India. Manoj Kumar was born in Abbottabad, a town in the North-West Frontier Province (now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Pakistan, then part of British India. His original name was Harikishan Giri Goswami. When he was 10, his family had to flee to Delhi due to the partition. His family lived as refugees in Vijay Nagar, Kingsway Camp and later moved to Old Rajendra Nagar area of New Delhi.
Aniruddha Bahal (born c. 1967) is an Indian journalist, author, founder and editor of the online magazine Cobrapost.com.Born in Allahabad, Bahal worked as a journalist and editor for India Today and Outlook. In 1999, he along with Tarun Tejpal co-founded Tehelka, an investigative news website. While at Tehelka, Bahal conceived and carried out a sting operation which caught members of Indian Cricket Team accepting bribes to throw matches in camera. It resulted in a series of articles on match fixing in Indian Cricket, which were eventually published as a book
Born in Ujjain, MP, Mar 19: Decorated with various prestigious national and international awards, India's first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi will be conferred with the National Krantiveer Award for 2007. The award -- instituted in the memory of late freedom fighter Ramchandra Raghuvanshi 'Kakaji' in 1988 -- would be bestowed on Ms Bedi at a function to be organised in this temple town on April 4. Social activist Omprakash Khatri said the function is organised on the banks of river Narmada every year. Earlier recipients of the award include: Zee TV serial 'India's Most Wanted' Director Shoaib Illyasi (1999), Late Flt Lt Sandeep Jain (2000), water expert and Magsaysay award winner Rajendra Singh (2001), Tehalka.com's journalist Tarun Tejpal (2002), former minister and film actor late Sunil Dutt (2003), veteran filmmaker Ramanand Sagar (2004) and Mr Anirudh Bahl, who was behind the Operation Duryodhana, in 2006.
Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) leader Medha Patkar will be honoured with the 'Rashtriya Krantiveer Award 2008' on April 4 for her social service. Ms Patkar would be bestowed with the award for her work for rehabilitating the displaced of the Sardar Sarovar project since the past 23 years. The award -- instituted in the memory of freedom fighter and social activist late Ramchandra Raghuvanshi 'Kakaji' -- would be given at the 10th Rashtriya Krantiveer Award Samaroh, to be organised near the holy Kshipra river. In a statement issued here today, organising committee head Omprakash Khatri said last year the award was given to the first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi.
Shravan alumnus of Thomson Foundation, London, UK and Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria, I have more than 40 years of experience in print journalism. Covering Hindi, English and Gujarati, and, ranging from The Indian Express Group to the Dainik Jagran Group. I have risen from reporter to Group Editor of Dainik Bhaskar, Chief Editor of Naidunia (part of Dainik Jagran Group) and presently Chief Editor, Free Press Journal.
Ved Pratap Vaidik (born 30 December 1944, Indore, Central Province, British India) is a journalist, political analyst and freelance columnist of India. He had been with Press Trust of India as the founder-editor of its Hindi news agency “Bhasha”. Before that he was the Editor (views) in Navbharat Times of the Times Group. At present, he is the Chairman of Bhartiya Bhasha Sammelan.
Sanjiv Mehta (born October 1961) is an India-born British businessman. He is the owner of "The East India Company", which he launched in 2010, presenting it as a revival of the historic East India Company that was dissolved in 1874. Mehta joined his father's diamond business in 1983. While his elder brother Rajiv focused on industrial diamonds, Sanjiv focused on the jewelry business. He marketed this business at industry exhibitions in the Gulf states, Hong Kong and the United States. He also established a mail order trading business in India, in partnership with Diners Club.
Aruna Roy (born 26 June 1946) is an Indian political and social activist who founded the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS) ("Workers and Peasants Strength Union") along with Shankar Singh, Nikhil Dey and many others. Roy resigned from the civil services and began to work on issues related to the poor and marginalised. She joined the Social Work and Research Center (SWRC) in Tilonia, Rajasthan. In 1987, she along with Nikhil Dey, Shankar Singh and others founded the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan.
Kailash Satyarthi (born 'Kailash Sharma'; 11 January 1954) is an Indian children's rights and education advocate and an activist against child labour. He founded the Bachpan Bachao Andolan (lit. Save the Childhood Movement) in 1980 and has acted to protect the rights of more than 83,000 children from 144 countries. It is largely because of Satyarthi's work and activism that theInternational Labour Organization adopted Convention No. 182 on the worst forms of child labour, which is now a principal guideline for governments around the world.