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G-20 Summit: Squadron leader Tulika Rani became brand ambassador of G-20 in UP, know this daughter of the state

Lucknow. Tulika Rani, a former woman officer of the Indian Air Force, will take charge as the brand ambassador of the G-20 in Uttar Pradesh. Squadron Leader Tulika Rani told that global seminars are to be held in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi and Gautam Buddha Nagar. Under this, students in all colleges and universities will be given all the information related to the importance of G-20 and India getting its presidency. Rani told that the Higher Education Department has given her this responsibility and she is very excited about this historic moment.

Rani, who has been awarded with the honors of many organizations including UP government’s Rani Lakshmibai Bravery Award, told about the Economic Forum G-20 that 66% of the world’s population, 75% of trade and 85% of GDP come under this forum. This time the full attention of the government is also on ‘leadership of women in development’, so she will discuss on this also.

Tulika Rani was also made brand ambassador by the Election Commission in the SVEEP program to increase citizen participation during the assembly elections. Rani is such a woman officer, who has given training to the soldiers in the Air Force. Not only this, you will be surprised to know that Rani is the first woman of divided Uttar Pradesh, who hoisted the tricolor on Mount Everest. She is also the first Indian woman to hoist the tricolor on Damavand, Asia’s highest volcano.

Rani wrote about her experiences of Mount Everest in her book Beyond that Wall. He told that there is a wall in the life of every human being, seeing which he either retreats or crosses it. He wrote this central idea in detail in the book. This book is in English and now she is preparing to bring it in Hindi as well.

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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 24, 2023, 08:44 IST

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