Times Group chairperson Indu Jain dies of Covid-related complications at 84

Times Group chairperson Indu Jain dies of Covid-related complications at 84. The Times Group’s Times Now television channel describes Times Group chairman Indu Jain as a visionary. 

She was a pioneering philanthropist, a dedicated advocate of human rights, a pioneer of non secularity, according to the channel.

Indu Jain dies of Covid
Indu Jain dies of Covid

Times Group chairperson Indu Jain dies of Covid

Times Group chairman Indu Jain passed away on Thursday due to Covid-related problems, according to firm sources. She was 84.

A segment of Times Now TV hailed Jain as a visionary, describing her as a non-secular seeker, philanthropist, patron of the humanities, and passionate advocate of women’s rights.

Her last breath was taken in Delhi, sources said.

She received countless tributes from statesmen, business leaders, and non secular masters, as well as from friends and admirers. She found unquenchable energy, a zest for life that she brought to all she did, and a drive to strive for a better world.

After she became chairman of the Times Group in 1999, she created a management model based on compassion and inclusion that helped the group soar to new heights.

In 2000, she established The Times Basis, which strived for sustainable improvement and transformational change. 

India’s most favored non-profit organization, it provides community services and manages a fund that helps during cyclones, earthquakes, floods, epidemics, and other crises.

She was the founding president of the FICCI Girls Organisation (FLO), which was founded in 1983 to promote entrepreneurship and professional excellence among girls in India.

 As of 1999, she also served as chairperson of Bharatiya Jnanpith Trust, founded in 1944 by her father-in-law to promote Indian literature.

The Jnanpith Award, given by the Belief every year, is widely regarded as the most prestigious honor for authors who write in Indian languages.

Additionally, she was the driving force behind the Oneness Discussion board, which was established in 2003 to promote unity on earth. 

As part of the Mahavira Mahatma Award, which was instituted within the Discussion Board’s aegis, Gandhi’s principles of non-violence were promoted.

“We are deeply saddened by the death of Times Group Chairperson Smt. 

The community will never forget Indu Jain Ji, for her commitment to India’s development, and for her deep interest in our culture.

The PM tweeted, “I have fond memories of our interactions. Condolences to her family. Om Shanti.”

The philanthropist’s final wish was to donate her organs, but sadly, she was unable to fulfill it because of Coronavirus complications, the sources reported.

Her many achievements include the Padma Bhushan award in 2016, and the Institute of Firm Secretaries of India Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019. 

As part of the All India Administration Association’s annual awards ceremony in 2018, the award for lifetime contributions to media was also given to her, along with the Indian Congress of Ladies’ Lifetime Achievement Award.

In 2000, she additionally spoke at the Millennium World Peace Summit at the United Nations.

In her role as chairperson of Bennett, Coleman & Co., the company that owns India’s largest newspaper, Bennett, Coleman & Co., she has put new energy into expanding India’s largest media house.

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