Tuesday, December 12, 2017

EU rebuffs Netanyahu’s call

EU’s foreign policy head Federica Mogherini said she told Netanyahu that the bloc supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
She said the EU will continue to respect the international consensus on Jerusalem until the city’s final status is determined through direct negotiations between the parties concerned.
The EU plans to invite Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to Brussels in January to convey its stance on the issue.
Europe to follow the US in recognizing Jerusalem as his country’s capital. But the EU’s foreign policy chief has rejected the idea.Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to reporters ahead of a meeting with EU foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday.
He said US President Donald Trump’s decision does not obviate peace but makes it possible.
French President Emmanuel Macron met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Paris on Sunday.  Macron expressed disapproval of the US decision.
He urged Netanyahu to make some courageous gestures toward the Palestinians, suggesting that Israel freeze construction of new settlements in East Jerusalem and other occupied lands.
But Netanyahu made no mention of the settlements during the news conference.
He said the sooner the Palestinians come to grips with reality, the sooner they will move toward peace.

Abbas, Sisi agree to revive East Jerusalem capital of Palestine

Abbas and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi have agreed on the need to take concrete action to defend the rights of Palestinians.The agreement was made during a meeting between the two leaders in Cairo on Monday.
Sisi is said to have reiterated his support for Palestinians claiming East Jerusalem as the capital of its future state.
Two leaders also agreed to continue high-level coordination to maintain the rights of Palestinians.

Climate change summit in Paris

World leaders gathered in Paris to discuss climate change on Tuesday, exactly 2 years after the Paris Agreement was adopted.
Attention is focused on whether they will be able to issue a clear message to secure funds from the public and private sectors to combat global warming.
The meeting was called by French President Emmanuel Macron. Leaders and cabinet ministers from nearly 100 countries as well as top United Nations officials were invited.
The gathering is part of efforts to ensure the implementation of the Paris Agreement, which established an international framework to deal with global warming beyond 2020.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and others took part in a morning session. Topics of discussion included how to secure 100 billion dollars per year for climate action in developing countries.
US President Donald Trump has announced his country’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement. He has also said his country would stop contributing to a fund for developing nations.

Operation in Afghanistan’s north on ISIS

Afghanistan’s military plans to launch a major operation to stop Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) making inroads into the country’s northern provinces, officials said on Tuesday. The operation will target the provinces of Sari Pul, Faryab and Jowzjan, Defense Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri said. “We know there are foreign fighters among them, but we will eliminate all of them, regardless of their nationality,” he promised. French and Algerian fighters, some arriving from Syria, have joined new IS bases in northern Afghanistan

Heavy snow Belgian flights cancelled

300 flights were cancelled at Belgian airports due to heavy snow on Tuesday, according to media reports. The cancellations affected more than 5,000 passengers. On Monday, high winds and heavy snow in Europe stranded thousands of travelers and kept schoolchildren at home, AFP said. It was the second consecutive day of fierce weather across the continent, with Britain still digging out from its deepest snowfall in four years. Flights were also cancelled in the Netherlands and UK.

Services Conclave “Serve India and the World”

Tuesday, 19th December, 2017: Hotel Leela Palace, New Delhi

Dear Mr/ Mrs,

It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) with the support of the Ministry Commerce and Industry and Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) is organising the Services Conclave: Serve India and the World on 19th December in Delhi.

The Services Sector is emerging across the world as an enabler of economic growth and inclusion. The sector contributes almost one third of the gross value added, half of the world employment, one fifth of global trade and more than half of the world FDI flows.

In India, the contribution of the Services Sector has grown to more than half of the country’s output today, from 30 per cent of GDP in 1950, contributing 62 per cent of the gross value addition with the growth of 7.7 per cent in 2016-17. This fast emergence has thrown open huge opportunities and challenges for the sector.

Hon’ble Minister of Commerce & Industry, Shri Suresh Prabhu has agreed to deliver the Inaugural Address at the conclave on the 19th of December.

The Conclave will be attended by Policy Makers, Industry Captains, Academicians and other Stakeholders.  The conclave will  also address on“How IT and ICT is catalyzing growth through Digital Platforms and Sports as an emerging subsector which will drive growth, development and inclusion”.

The main components of the programme are:

·         Conference
·         Knowledge Report on Road map on Building Services Competitiveness
·         White Paper on India: Leapfrogging with Disruptive Tech for 1.3 billion
·         Global Exhibition on Services 2018: Curtain Raiser

The Conclave will attempt to bring in the stake holders: Government and Industry on a common platform to discuss and debate on building competitiveness of the Services Sector by,

  • Identifying and addressing key Competitive Differentiators in the Services Sector  
  • Ideating on bridging the regulatory gaps in the key sub segments of the Services Sector
  • Strategizing to develop a holistic framework for an overarching Services Policy  

I take the opportunity to invite you to join us for the Inaugural Session and also nominate your senior colleagues to attend the Conclave.

Look forward to receiving you at the Conclave.

Warm regards,
Amita Sarkar

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Amita Sarkar
Deputy Director General
Confederation of Indian Industry
The Mantosh Sondhi Centre
23, Institutional Area, Lodi Road

FRDI bill to empower the govt to write off the loans, privatise PSU banks & seize our deposits in banks.

After giving huge loans to Adani, Ambanis, Essar, Mallya & other cronies, many of whom have run away with them, Govt now brings the FRDI bill to empower the govt to write off the loans, privatise PSU banks & seize our deposits in banks. Can wreak havoc
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UNICEF: Make the digital world safer for children

UNICEF: Make the digital world safer for children – while increasing online access to benefit the most disadvantaged
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Flagship report highlights digital divides and explores current debates about the impact of the internet and social media on children’s safety and wellbeing 
NEW YORK, 11 December 2017 – Despite children’s massive online presence – 1 in 3 internet users worldwide is a child – too little is done to protect them from the perils of the digital world and to increase their access to safe online content, UNICEF said in its annual flagship report released today.
The State of the World’s Children 2017: Children in a digital worldpresents UNICEF’s first comprehensive look at the different ways digital technology is affecting children’s lives and life chances, identifying dangers as well as opportunities.  It argues that governments and the private sector have not kept up with the pace of change, exposing children to new risks and harms and leaving millions of the most disadvantaged children behind.
“For better and for worse, digital technology is now an irreversible fact of our lives,” said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake. “In a digital world, our dual challenge is how to mitigate the harms while maximizing the benefits of the internet for every child.”
The report explores the benefits digital technology can offer the most disadvantaged children, including those growing up in poverty or affected by humanitarian emergencies. These include increasing their access to information, building skills for the digital workplace, and giving them a platform to connect and communicate their views.
But the report shows that millions of children are missing out. Around one third of the world’s youth – 346 million – are not online, exacerbating inequities and reducing children’s ability to participate in an increasingly digital economy.
The report also examines how the internet increases children’s vulnerability to risks and harms, including misuse of their private information, access to harmful content, and cyberbullying. The ubiquitous presence of mobile devices, the report notes, has made online access for many children less supervised – and potentially more dangerous.
And digital networks like the Dark Web and cryptocurrencies are enabling the worst forms of exploitation and abuse, including trafficking and ‘made to order’ online child sexual abuse.
The report presents current data and analysis about children’s online usage and the impact of digital technology on children’s wellbeing, exploring growing debates about digital “addiction” and the possible effect of screen time on brain development.
Additional facts from the report include:

  • Young people are the most connected age group. Worldwide, 71 per cent are online compared with 48 per cent of the total population.
  • African youth are the least connected, with around 3 out of 5 youth offline, compared to just 1 in 25 in Europe.
  • Approximately 56 per cent of all websites are in English and many children cannot find content they understand or that is culturally relevant.
  • More than 9 in 10 child sexual abuse URLs identified globally are hosted in five countries – Canada, France, the Netherlands, the Russian Federation and the United States.
Only collective action – by governments, the private sector, children’s organizations, academia, families and children themselves – can help level the digital playing field and make the internet safer and more accessible for children, the report says.
Practical recommendations to help guide more effective policymaking and more responsible business practices to benefit children include:
  • Provide all children with affordable access to high-quality online resources.
  • Protect children from harm online – including abuse, exploitation, trafficking, cyberbullying and exposure to unsuitable materials.
  • Safeguard children’s privacy and identities online.
  • Teach digital literacy to keep children informed, engaged and safe online.
  • Leverage the power of the private sector to advance ethical standards and practices that protect and benefit children online.
  • Put children at the centre of digital policy.
“The internet was designed for adults, but it is increasingly used by children and young people – and digital technology increasingly affects their lives and futures. So digital policies, practices, and products should better reflect children’s needs, children’s perspectives and children’s voices,” said Lake.
Equity is an important focus of children’s participation in the digital space in India. Internet penetration is higher in urban areas, however the potential to grow is huge. The Internet in India is still a ‘male preserve’, with on average only a third of users being female. There are potentially serious consequences for girls excluded from the digital age: the continued isolation in countries and cultures where girls are restricted in their movement or activity online and offline because of their gender; inability to access online services and information on issues related to their health; inability to further their education; and no chance to further skills that could help them participate in the global economy of the 21st century.
“Girls and boys in India have the unique opportunity to benefit from the connectivity that the digital world can provide. India is famous as an IT Hub and no matter where they live, every girl or boy should have a digital advantage,” said UNICEF Representative in India, Dr Yasmin Ali Haque at the launch in Delhi.
“UNICEF is working with the Government in developing a comprehensive plan on digital safety for children. The Internet and social media provide incredible opportunities for children to learn, participate and socialize but it also brings significant risks of online abuse and violence. Digital literacy is therefore key to ensure that all girls and all boys can stay informed, engaged and safe online,” said Dr Haque. 
On 17 December UNICEF is organizing a digital carnival involving children, parents and digital experts at the National Bal Bhawan in Delhi. Child hackathon awards in partnership with Google and Learning Links Foundation will also be presented. In Hyderabad on 18 December NASSCOM and UNICEF will bring together some 50 key corporate leaders together with child digital champions to discuss child participation and online safety.

About UNICEF
UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, to build a better world for everyone. For more information about UNICEF and its work for children visit www.unicef.org. Follow UNICEF on Twitterand Facebook

For UNICEF India and its work visit www.unicef.in . Follow us on Twitter and Facebook


For more information, please contact:
UNICEF India:
Geetanjali Master, Communication Specialist,
Tel: +91 981 810 5861, email: gmaster@unicef.org
Sonia Sarkar, Communication Officer,
Tel: +91 981 017 0289, email:sarkar@unicef.org

Azadpur Wholesale Market Rates 10% to 40% of Retail Price

December12, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh* progressindia2015@gmail.com

This is biggest Tragedy of India farmers and labor particularly in villages don’t earn enough to sustain normal healthy living – over50% Indians are malnourished, 20% are Stunted, 600m are below poverty line defined as $1 per day expenditure or Rs.32 per day, real figure could be 1000m at $2 per day expenditure UN Standard for poverty.

India is yet to learn how to Distribute Foods to 1.3b People Without Middlemen Loot & Physical & Nutritional Loss, Minimize Logistics Cost and Urban Waste Generation.

Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 8826415770, 9871056471, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects

Wholesale Price Farmers Get in Azadpur Mandi including Unloading & Mandi Charges
We Pay 2-10 Times of Wholesale Price Depending on Items and Locations
Rates are Per 100 kg – Modal Price is in Bold
This is the latest price available in Digital India
Current Bazar Rate of APMC azadpur (as on Tuesday, November 21, 2017)
S No.
Commodity
Variety
Arrival
Unit
Max Price
(in Rs)
Modal Price
(in Rs)
Min Price
(in Rs)
1.
Apple
R. Delicious
38446
Qtl
8000
4379
1750
2.
Apple
American
4063
2245
938
3.
Apple
Delicious
4688
3307
1250
4.
Apple
Golden
6000
3833
2000
5.
Apple
Maharaji
2500
1510
500
6.
Banana
Banana – R
798
Qtl
1400
1245
1100
7.
Banana – Green
Banana – G
12
Qtl
1500
1250
1000
8.
Beans
Beans
231
Qtl
4500
3470
2750
9.
Bhindi
Bhindi
496
Qtl
4000
2889
2000
10.
Bitter gourd
Bitter Gourd
125
Qtl
2400
2025
1750
11.
Bottle gourd
Bottle Gourd
868
Qtl
1000
733
533
12.
Brinjal
Brinjal
473
Qtl
1100
756
400
13.
Cabbage
Cabbage
929
Qtl
1500
995
600
14.
Capsicum
Capsicum
1622
Qtl
2500
2067
1500
15.
Carrot
Carrot
5686
Qtl
3000
1938
1250
16.
Cauliflower
Cauliflower
1008
Qtl
2000
1130
500
17.
Chikoos(Sapota)
Other
4500
3133
2200
18.
Coconut
Big
101
Qtl
2571
1934
1250
19.
Coriander
Coriander
577
Qtl
3000
1900
1150
20.
Cucumbar
Cucumbar
1978
Qtl
1750
1238
500
21.
Garlic
Average
482
Qtl
9500
3819
1250
22.
Guava
Guava
132
Qtl
6000
1772
625
23.
Gwar
Gwar
3
Qtl
1875
1592
1250
24.
Kakada
Other
4000
2875
2000
25.
Karbuja
Karbhuja
355
Qtl
5625
2708
1000
26.
Lemon
Other
295
Qtl
1714
1467
1142
27.
Little gourd
Other
123
Qtl
1000
875
750
28.
Mango
Badami
16
Qtl
5500
3900
2000
29.
Methi
Methi
121
Qtl
1500
1300
1000
30.
Mousambi
Mousambi
10
Qtl
5000
2750
1000
31.
Onion
Onion
4138
Qtl
3500
2258
1000
32.
Papaya
Other
394
Qtl
1000
808
625
33.
Peas Wet
Other
841
Qtl
5250
4281
3500
34.
Pine Apple
Other
53
Qtl
2700
1867
1000
35.
Potato
Potato
4163
Qtl
1400
682
280
36.
Pumpkin
Other
312
Qtl
1000
800
500
37.
Raddish
Other
599
Qtl
450
356
250
38.
Season Leaves
Other
229
Qtl
1250
988
750
39.
Sugarcane
Other
135
Qtl
500
450
400
40.
Sweet Potato
Sweet Potato
1043
Qtl
1000
813
625
41.
Sweet Pumpkin
Other
1200
1125
1000
42.
Tomato
Tomato
2611
Qtl
4000
2966
1600
43.
Water Melon
Other
122
Qtl
1100
900
700
44.
Yam (Ratalu)
Other
1200
990
800

Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms

Dear Prashant Bhushan,  your clarion call, is here and shall be wide publicity but be visible in social media, Facebook,twitter, LinkedIn, etc
Dear Naresh Kumar Sagar,
Greetings from Swaraj Abhiyan!
You may be aware that a citizens Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms has been campaigning for the last several years, seeking far reaching reforms in the judicial system to make the judiciary accessible, responsive, credible and accountable, so that it becomes an effective and functional system for delivering justice. In particular, we have campaigned for a proper system for investigating complaints against Judges and seeking their accountability for any misconduct.
In a recent petition regarding a Medical College, where the CBI had registered a FIR that there was a large conspiracy and planning to procure a favourable judgement from the Supreme Court by paying bribes to judges, we petitioned the Supreme Court that such a sensitive investigation can be used by the government to compromise the independence of the Supreme Court and therefore it should be handled by a SIT monitored by the Supreme Court and headed by a former Chief Justice of the Court. Unfortunately however, this petition led to a series of unfortunate and ugly developments which culminated in a bench of junior Judges of the court, not only dismissing the petition but also imposing costs of 25 lakhs on the Campaign. The Campaign has decided to fight this unjust judgement and we are seeking a review and other legal remedies. A statement has also been issued by former Judges and others for supporting the Campaign.
In response to the suggestions by a large number of well wishers, the Campaign decided to put out a crowdfunding appeal for taking forward the campaign and if that eventuality arises, to also use the money for paying the costs imposed on the Campaign.
I request you to support the Campaign through the crowdfunding effort. This is the link to make your contribution. https://www.bitgiving.com/cjarcampaign
Do sign the online petition started by Justice Shah, Justice Singhvi and others in support of the Campaign –
Join the Campaign by visiting this page and signing up now – http://judicialreforms.org/join-us-now/
With warm regards,
Prashant Bhushan

UN WESP 2018: Lift in global economy prompts opportunities to tackle deep-rooted development issues

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A three per cent upturn in the global economy has paved the way to readjust policy towards longer-term issues, such as addressing climate change, tackling existing inequalities and removing institutional obstacles to development, according to a new United Nations report on global economic prospects.
Launched in New York on Monday, among other things, the World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) 2018 offers policy imperatives that include tackling inequality and delinking economic growth from environmental degradation.
“The World Economic Situation and Prospects 2018 demonstrates that current macroeconomic conditions offer policy-makers greater scope to address some of the deep-rooted issues that continue to hamper progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals,” stated UN Secretary-GeneralAntónio Guterres in the Foreword.
According to the report, 2017 global economic growth had reached three per cent – its highest since 2011 – as crisis-related fragilities and the adverse effects of other recent shocks have subsided.
The improvement is widespread. Roughly two-thirds of the world’s countries have experienced stronger growth in 2017 than in the previous year, and movement is expected to remain steady at three per cent in 2018 and 2019.
Noting that the recent pickup in global growth stems predominantly from firmer growth in several developed economies, the report states that East and South Asia remain the world most dynamic regions.
Despite the improved short-term outlook, the global economy continues to face longer-term challenges, including trade policy changes and rising geopolitical tensions.
The report highlighted that the improved macroeconomic situation has opened a door for reorienting policies, including to increase economic diversification; reduce inequality; support long-term investment; and tackle institutional deficiencies. It noted that addressing these challenges can generate stronger investment and productivity, higher job creation and more sustainable medium-term economic growth.

Uneven Growth

However, the recent economic improvements have been unevenly distributed across countries and regions.
Through 2019, negligible per capita income growth is expected in several parts of Africa, Western Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean – underscoring the urgent need to foster an environment that will both accelerate medium-term growth prospects and tackle poverty through policies that address income and opportunity inequalities.
The report also found that – hindered by institutional deficiencies, inadequate basic infrastructure and greater exposure levels to natural disasters, along with challenges to security and political instability – very few least developed countries (LDCs ) are expected to reach the Sustainable Development Goal target for GDP growth of “at least 7 per cent” (SDG 8.1) in the near term.
In addition to mobilizing financial resources to meet LDC investment needs, policies must also focus on conflict prevention and removing barriers that continue to hinder more rapid progress.
After remaining flat for three consecutive years, preliminary estimates suggest that 2017 global energy-related CO2 emissions increased, according to WESP.
“While the upturn in global growth is a welcome sign of a healthier economy, it is important to remember that this may come at an environmental cost,” said Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs Liu Zhenmin.
As the frequency of weather-related shocks continues to rise, the urgent need to build resilience against climate change and prioritize environmental protection is becoming more prevalent.
International shipping and aviation emission polices, which do not fall under the purview of the Paris Agreement, must be strengthened as their emissions continue to grow faster than those from road transport.
“This calls for stronger efforts to delink economic growth and environmental degradation – as also emphasized by the UNClimate Change Conference in Bonn last month,” stressed Mr. Liu.
Third Edition of Smile International Film Festival for Children and Youth Opens with Raveena Tandon and other national and international dignitaries
   The third edition of the ‘Smile International Film Festival for Children & Youth’ (SIFFCY) was inaugurated today in the esteemed presence of actress Raveena Tandon, along with Shantanu Mishra, Executive Trustee of Smile Foundation & Chairman – SIFFCY and Jitendra Mishra, Festival Director – SIFFCY. The weeklong festival started from today will continue till 17th December, 2017 at Sirifort, New Delhi.
   This year, apart from prestigious International juries, SIFFCY also have a young jury board where children have given their inputs in selection of films. International jury consists Mr. Arend Agthe (Germany), a celebrated film maker known for Karakum and My Friend Raffi; Mr. Gert Hermans (Belgium), Chief-editor,  European Children’s Film Association; Ms. Judita Soukupova (Czech Republic), Festival Director, Junior Fest, Ms. Michal Matus (Israel), Head of Education Department, Cinematheque and Festival Director, Tel Aviv Int’l Children’s FF and Ms. Chantal Bowen (Canada), a veteran film maker and Executive Director – Youth Media Alliance and National award winning film maker from India Anwar Jamal. The panelist for the film festival includes Ms. Laurie Gordon (Canada), a film maker; Festival Director – Montreal Animation FF and Ms. Marlaine Cover (USA), Spokesperson & Trainer, Life Skill Parenting 2.0.
   Speaking on the occasion, Raveena Tandon said, “I am so thankful to all of you to be here on the inauguration morning on the very own SIFFCY, it is something that is to be very proud of children that there is a film festival, that is only and wholly for children. I want kids to take a vow that whatever they will learn from here, they will follow in their daily life. Movies are the best media to educate our children, so I also want to thank SIFFCY which has acted as a media to communicate goodness to our children, as it is the right time to educate them what is good and what is bad for them”.
   Santanu Mishra, Executive Trustee of Smile Foundation & Chairman – SIFFCY said, “I hope through SIFFCY, we will be able to channelize the energy of children and youth in a positive way and engage them proactively in the process of initiating social change.  The idea behind SIFFCY is to design a rich mix of film programmes to build and support the growing interest in the infotainment industry. This includes programming that cultivates an audience for World Cinema while supporting filmmakers in career development, so that this powerful medium can be explored in a more focused manner for disseminating serious yet effective social messages”.
   “SIFFCY is a unique platform to encourage and support the growing interest in meaningful cinema among young, aspiring, independent people without any favouritism. This year we have been fortunate enough to have many international partners, who have extended their support towards our initiative to entertain, engage, educate & empower the children & youth through various cinematic experiences & related capacity building workshops. We have scheduled Panels discussions & forums on ‘Environment & Climate change’, ‘Road Safety’, ‘Like Skill development’ and Role of Cinema, apart from the regular technical workshops by industry experts on Film making, Cinematography, Sound design, Production design, Storytelling & Photography” added Mr. Jitendra Mishra, Festival Director – SIFFCY.
   SIFFCY is a reflection of Smile Foundation’s efforts to use films as a medium for sensitizing masses, especially children and youth, and engaging them proactively in the process of bringing Social change.
‘Mrs. India Delhi NCR Beauty Pageant’ India’s only national beauty pageant for Married Women offering International platform!

   Mrs. India beauty pageant is all set to recognize and celebrate the existence of woman, by coming up with the new platform Mrs. India Delhi NCR Beauty Pageant especially for all the married woman, India’s only national beauty pageant for Married Women offering an International platform and promoting Diabetes Awareness. Based on the theme of the pageant that is “Beauty in Diversity”, to the fact that every woman is beautiful.
   Therefore, for the same, the entire team as well as Judges of ‘Mrs. India Delhi NCR Beauty Pageant’ today showcased their upcoming beauty contest while a press conference held in Delhi at The Lalit Hotel, Barakhamba Avenue. Well, to grace the event the personalities from fashion industry as well as Bollywood were witnessed by their presence such as Mrs. Ritu Sood, the Board of Director Mrs. India. Ahmad Kabir Shadan, director & producer. Chief Guests such as Mrs. Gurumaa Bhrigushree Monica Anand, Director of Bhrigu Shastram along with Kapil Mohan Gupta, director of AD fashions Retail Pvt.Ltd. Apart from them Mrs. Deepa Antil, president of Women welfare association, Satbir Gujjar, Chairman, Mrs. Deepali Phadnis, National Head Mrs. India were also part of the event.
   While interacting with media the enthusiastic team of ‘Mrs. India Delhi NCR Beauty Pageant’ revealed several details for their upcoming contest and showcased categories conducted for the ladies in two age groups. As Mrs. Asia International India for Age up to 40 Years. Classic Mrs. Asia International India, Age above 40 Years. Mrs. Planet – Age Up to 50 Years as well as Mrs. World. And apart from this, the main highlight of the contest was also revealed that the State (Delhi/NCR) Pageant Winners will get Direct Entry for Mrs. India 2018.
   Well, it’s time for all the ladies to pull up their socks because Mrs. India Delhi/NCR Pageant is ready to full fill its promise to be an amazing show with the most beautiful women from all over Delhi/NCR who will be representing the Delhi/NCR State for Mrs. India 2018. Audition 1 will be held on 23rd December on Saturday. Audition 2 will be held 7th January on Sunday in Gurgaon. And Finale will be held on 2nd, 3rd & 4th Feb i.e., Friday, Saturday & Sunday at Hotel The Lalit, Delhi.

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