Creme de la creme graces "DOCTOR OF LETTERS" Convocation & AIAC Awards event
By Bipin Sharma
Senior journalist and Founder-Director of All India Achiever’s Conference (AIAC) Abhishek Bachchan added another feather to his cap by hosting the 86th AIAC Excellence Awards Event at Hotel Samrat in the capital on December 12, 2017.
The key highlights of the event were the “DOCTOR OF LETTERS” Convocation Ceremony and the conferring of “Indian Icon Awards” to achievers who had excelled in their respective fields. The Doctor of Letters Convocation Ceremony organized under the aegis of International Tamil University and the Kings University, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA saw Chancellor of these universities Dr. N. Selvin Kumar present Honorary Doctorates to 6 achievers who had made significant contribution in their respective fields.
The Chief Guest of the event was Dr Janice Darbari H.E. The Consul Gen. of Montenegro while the celebrity Guest of Honour was Raza Murad. Among the Guests of Honour who graced the event with their benign presence were personalities like Senior BJP Leader Vijay Jolly, Anurudh Lal (General Secretary, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee), Dr Jai Madaan (renowned Astrologer and Vaastu expert), Neetu Singhal (Chief Editor, NavDrishti Times), Krishan Tiwari (Editor and Publisher of Zoom Delhi), Sanjeev Dev Malik (CMD-Asian News Channel/GNN/NewsAge), Dr. Sumathy Bachchan, Avleen Khokhar, Harpreet Sharma, Nivedita, Neha Bahl, Sanjay Mittal, Abhinav, Tamal Mitra to name a few.
Indian Icon Awards under the aegis of All India Achiever’s Conference (AIAC) were conferred on achievers from different fields at the glittering event at Hotel Samrat. Among those honoured at the event included icons of their fields namely Gunpreet Kahlon Kohli, Neha Kala, Dr. Jai Madaan, Shivani Singh, Amit Gupta, Anupama D. Sharma, Anita Arora, Narender Arora, Varun Katyal, Sumita Dass, Madhavi Advani and Anu Dheer.
Speaking on the occasion, actor and jury chairman Raza Murad said, “Abhishek Bachchan deserves all plaudits for undertaking the unique and noble initiative of recognizing and honouring talents based at different nooks and corners of the country. Founded in 1989, the All India Achiever’s Conference (AIAC) has come a long way having hosted 86 “Excellence Awards” event at different places all over the country. Bachchan is a protagonist in the truest sense, and deserves all credit for recognizing and honouring the talents of countless people in his illustrious career so far. The fact that the awards are given purely on merit and one’s accomplishments is what sets the AIAC awards apart from others. These awards have indubitably set a novel trend.”
Abhishek Bachchan shared, “It’s been a wonderful and eventful journey so far. The endeavour has incessantly been on bringing to fore, all the deserving and meritorious achievers who have made significant contribution to the society at some point or the other. It all started when I realized how many talented men and women were being devoid of their due share of rewards and recognition as there was no robust platform for them to showcase their real worth and acumen. This led to the genesis of All Indian Achiever’s Conference (AIAC) for providing the much needed rostrum for all the deserving men and women of the society to showcase their real prowess. The winners are decided every time by an eminent jury panel that follows stringent norms and procedures before pronouncing the names of the awardees. The AIAC jury comprises an impressive list beginning from jury chairman Raza Murad to Padmashree Penaz Masani, Sunil Pal, Avtar Gill, Suresh Oberoi, Dr. Jai Madaan, Mukesh Rishi and Sanjeev Dev Malik. The event is organized thrice a year with Mumbai and Delhi being permanent destinations, while the third venue is decided depending upon the prevalent circumstances and priorities. Our thrust all these years, has constantly remained on honouring the talented men and women of the society, and thus to inspire others to take a leaf out of their books for contributing something incredible towards the society in their respective avenues. The key motto being to ensure that no talent goes unnoticed and unrewarded.”
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How To Make and Keep Your Skin Healthy
Posted : November 30, 2016, 10:04 am | 1 year ago
Ways To Keep Your Skin Healthy
1. Drink Plenty of Water:
Drinking Water For Healthy Skin
Water is essential to cleanse your skin from inside. Drink at least 15 glasses of water in a day to flush out toxins from the body and improve blood flow to the skin. In addition, consume fluids like juice and soup, and avoid aerated drinks.
2. Healthy and Nutritious Diet:
A healthy diet consists of fruits, vegetables, nuts, meats, fiber and whole grains. These keep the bowel movements smooth and also contribute to the nutritional needs of the body, giving it a lot of energy. Avoid excess intake of junk and fried food in addition.
3. Sleep Well:
Sleep Well For healthy Skin.
Sleep is essential for a healthy facial skin. One should give the body complete rest for at least 8 hours a day. This gives our body the time to repair itself, and become fresh and energized. It also prevents dark spots and under eye circles on your face.
4. Prepare the Skin for the Sun:
Prepare Your Skin For Sun
Before you step out for the day, exposing yourself to the harmful rays of the sun, make sure you apply a good sunscreen generously and also drink fluids. This keeps the harmful effects at bay, both internally and externally.
5. Have a thorough Cleansing Routine:
After you wake up in the morning and before bedtime, cleanse, tone and moisturize the skin each day. Scrub and apply a face mask at least twice a week. Maintain a routine to prevent dark patches, blackheads and pimples on the skin.
6. Know the Needs of Your Skin:
Here is how to get healthy facial skin by addressing your skin type correctly. Everyone has a different skin type and its needs. These depend on where you live and what your daily routine is like. Oily skin needs less moisturizing while dry needs more. Combination skin needs different methods of care in different seasons and likewise.
7. Avoid Constant Touching:
Avoid Touching Your Skin.
We tend to touch our face involuntarily while working or reading, or during any activity. Try to resist the temptation of making contact of your dirty hands with your face. This prevents germ build up and avoids problems like acne and pimples.
8. Use Proper Cosmetics:
Do not share cosmetics with anyone who has acne or pimples. Use good quality cosmetics especially if it needs to be applied daily. At the same time, wash off your face thoroughly before sleeping. This gives your skin the chance to breathe.
9. Use Clean Towels:
Use Clean Towels For healthy Facial Skin
Never share towels with anyone or clean your face with a dirty towel. You might think that you are cleaning your face but actually you are inviting foreign elements to settle on it. Try using disposable towels instead.
Exercise is essential to keep the body fit and regularize blood flow. Jogging, swimming, any sports activity, brisk walking, yoga and meditation can be very helpful in making your skin fresh and glowing. This also channelizes your energy and brings positive approach.
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