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Mission: "SAVE THE LIVES"
[DECEMBER 2010 to FEBRURAY 2011]

Jansatta (Hindi National Newspaper) 10th January 2011.
Mission: "SAVE THE LIVES": Winter has always been an annual disaster for thousands of those having no roof over their heads and spend nights at pavement. With the mission SAVE THE LIVES, ACRA distributed warm clothes to the needy in South Delhi on Saturday(8th Jan 2011). The materials, including warm clothes, blankets, etc., were contributed by students and local residents. The beneficiaries included the poverty stricken homeless people in South Delhi. Mission: "SAVE THE LIVES": will go on till the end of February 2011.

Hindustan Exprees -10th January 2010
 Dainik Jagran 11th January 2011
Mission: SAVE THE LIFE: With the mission SAVE the LIFE: ACRA team distributed warm clothes to the needy across the North India on every Saturday night. The materials, including warm clothes, blankets, etc., were contributed by students and local residents.The beneficiaries included the poverty stricken homeless people.
Mission: "SAVE THE LIVES": will go on till the end of February 2011.

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BLOOD DONATION CAMP ON 30-01-11

"ACRA remembers Mahatma Gandhi on his 63rd death anniversary"

 

 BLOOD DONATION CAMP across the country on 30-01-2011






AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR FARMERS

Black-Marketing of fertilizer hits farmers!!!  

Anti-Black marketing & Awareness campaign for farmers...

....15th Feb. 2011 onwards.




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IMPACT: "JAAGO KISAN...JAAGO" Campaign by ACRA





"Anti-Black marketing and Awareness campaign for farmers across the country by ACRA."

NEWS ABOUT "ACRA" in THE HINDU Newspaper




ACRA news in THE HINDU 
Web Link: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-newdelhi/article1995599.ece?sms_ss=facebook&at_xt=4dc3c9860ba41fbe%2C0



-"GO GREEN" - CAMPAIGN
 on WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2011(5th JUNE)


AAJTAK/ HEADLINES TODAY (TV NEWS)

WALKING THE CITY...



The Statesman (9th JUNE)






Weblink for Ibnkhabar News:  http://khabar.ibnlive.in.com/news/54275/3/21










5th August, 2012:
Ration Distribution  in
Myanmar Refugee Camp, New Delhi



Hindustan Express URDU daily, New Delhi

Akhbar-E-Mashrik, Kolkata




KARMAVEER PURASKAR 2012


Jansatta- National Hindi News Paper

Hindustan Express- National URDU daily

Weblink: Indian Muslim Observer



 Weblink: Muslim Mirror

Weblink: TWOCIRCLE.NET


2013

JUNE'13: A Visit to Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand Mayhem Analysis




JULY' 13: Rohingyas Camp Visit

Displaced Rohingya at the Margins





A Mega Campaign on Education
'Educate to Empower'
Nov 2013


HELPING WOMEN GO ONLINE
"An Initiative to create Digital India"







MISSION SAVE THE LIVES
 January - February 2015 









NEPAL EARTHQUAKE RELIEF CAMP
MAY-2015








Anti RACISM Campaign in 2016






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