Sunday, May 19, 2019
News
  News Updated on Sunday, May 19, 2019 10:44:59 PM
India Asia World Sports Business Sci-Tec Health Entertainment Bollywood Video Press Releases Features City News
 
NEWS HOME
INDIA

"Come, Clean India" campaign on Mar 27
Thiruvananthapuram | Friday, Mar 25 2011 IST
 
   COMMENTS   Print this Page   PRINT   SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend  
   
 


 

The Global Energy Parliament (GEP) is organising a cleanliness campaign here as part of its national movement called ''Come, Clean India'' on March 27.

Volunteers from cities across the country, including Jammu and Arunachal Pradesh, organisations, students, and eminent persons have been invited to assemble at Anayara here to clean the public space, GEP sources said today.

''As part of its commitment to enable practical and scientific solutions to everyday problems, the Global Energy Parliament is organising at Thiruvananthapuram, activities of the ''Come, Clean India'' Campaign,'' it said. Clean-ups will be carried out on a continuing basis, every two weeks, it added. The Global Energy Parliament is an international body of scholars, scientists, professionals and leaders of public opinion whose aim is to create conditions for the peaceful existence of human beings and the planet, based on a more comprehensive understanding of the nature of energy -- both internal and external, the sources added.

-- (UNI) -- 25MS61.xml

 

Watch News Videos

 

 
 
TRENDING TOPICS
 
 
CITY NEWS
MORE CITIES
 
 
INDIA WORLD ASIA
Madhya Pradesh: Tribals turn out to vote...
25.25% voting in Bihar LS polls (Lead) (...
Over 45% voting recorded in Panaji bypol...
32% voting in WB amid sporadic violence ...
Poll code violation: TMC complains to EC...
Delhi: Two miscreants killed in exchange...
More...    
 
 Top Stories
Theresa May plans 'bold offer' for ... 
Sushant Pujari on being real street... 
Wearable patch can cool you down on... 
3 NSCN (K) insurgents held in Aruna... 
I don't trust 'Exit Poll gossip', s... 
Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas steal s... 
Punjab CEO thanks people for peacef... 
Pak women thrash South Africa women...