Salam Namaste Noida introduces ‘Crazy Musafir’ Program

Salam Namaste Noida introduces ‘Crazy Musafir’ Program
Pritha Roy Choudhury | Dec 12, 2018 - 5:48 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 12: The Community Radio Salam Namaste 90.4 of the Institute of Management Studies (IMS) Noida launches the Radio Program “Crazy Musafir” at the Institute’s campus.

Rohit Tandon and Arijit Saxena, students of ‘School of IT’, IMS spoke in detail about Hitch Hiking and the difficulties faced by a traveller.

Barabas Chhabaria, Station Head, Salaam Namaste said, “through this program, Indian culture will be connected with touring lovers”, adding “A detailed information about the regional tourist destinations of the country will be delivered to General people via Radio”.

Through this program, the youth will get an opportunity to explore more and more about the amazing tourist place of country, besides promoting Indian-ism in the country.

On the occasion of the program launch, Arijit said, “we have prepared a group named Yayavar with Rohit and the students of our institute. We have travelled without a single penny to Delhi, Agra, Lansdowne in Uttrakhand. Our objective is not only to walk around for our hobbies or convince, but we are also using Hitch-hiking to work for brotherhood and goodwill among the youth”.



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