Friday, October 14, 2016


BRICS Nations EXPORTS to USA FY2015 – A Brief Study
October13, 2016 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com

For 12 month India is President of BRICS group of Nations – No Study is available as a Quick Guide to the Competences of BRICS Nations to serve each other and the world market. India is the only country classified as Developing Economy – rest of four are EMERGING Economies.
Brazil, Russia, China, India & South Africa are important economies of the world but only China is WELL INTEGRATED with rest of the world. US Trade with rest of the world is readily available and accurate this has been the reference for this study.
Five BRICS nations represent for 3.6b people or half of world population and account for $16.6T Nominal GDP or 22% of the world – without China around $5T or 7% of World GDP for 2.2b population 30% of World.
Out of 140 product lines India has just 9 including 5 Re-Export $1b Product Lines to USA, Brazil only 5, Russia 3 and South Africa only 1 – China has nearly half 64.  [Gems, Jewelry, Petroleum, Pharma and Chemicals are Re-Exports Product Lines] 
Except China Which Has World Domination in High-Tech ExportsOnly Brazil offers 1 High Tech $1b Plus Product Line [Civilian Aircrafts].

Therefore Key to Success for BRICS is High-Tech Products & R&D Cooperation but except English Speaking India & South Africa Language is Big Barrier.

Statement 2: Industry-wise Deployment of Gross Bank Credit (Rs. Billion or $16m)
Sr.No
Industry
Aug.19,
2016
Sr.No
Industry
Aug.19,
2016
2.1
Mining & Quarrying (incl. Coal)
340
2.9.4
Others
437
2.2
Food Processing
1401
2.10
Rubber, Plastic & their Products
365
2.2.1
Sugar
348
2.11
Glass & Glassware
85
2.2.2
Edible Oils & Vanaspati
182
2.12
Cement & Cement Products
536
2.2.3
Tea
37
2.13
Basic Metal & Metal Product
4172
2.2.4
Others
834
2.13.1
Iron & Steel
3109
2.3
Beverage & Tobacco
161
2.13.2
Other Metal & Metal Product
1063
2.4
Textiles
1946
2.14
All Engineering
1513
2.4.1
Cotton Textiles
942
2.14.1
Electronics
357
2.4.2
Jute Textiles
20
2.14.2
Others
1157
2.4.3
Man-Made Textiles
193
2.15
Vehicles, V Parts & T. Equip
699
2.4.4
Other Textiles
791
2.16
Gems & Jewellery
687
2.5
Leather & Leather Products
105
2.17
Construction
761
2.6
Wood & Wood Products
103
2.18
Infrastructure
9014
2.7
Paper & Paper Products
337
2.18.1
Power
5207
2.8
Petroleum, Coal Nuclear Fuels
481
2.18.2
Telecommunications
861
2.9
Chemicals & C Products
1512
2.18.3
Roads
1838
2.9.1
Fertiliser
219
2.18.4
Other Infrastructure
1108
2.9.2
Drugs & Pharmaceuticals
490
2.19
Other Industries
1964
2.9.3
Petro Chemicals
366

Industries
26181

Construction & Infrastructure alone accounts for 40% of Bank Funding to Industry, Basic Metals 16%, Chemicals, 6%, Textiles 7.5%, — Engineering and Automobiles Get just 6% and 2.6%.

Ø  INDIA IS NOT GEARED TO SERVE WORLD MARKET.
Ø  ZERO IN HIGH-TECH PRODUCTS.
Ø  India Need to Invest in R&D, EXPORT ORIENTED MSMES,
And Exclude Agro Based Industries, Infrastructure from Industry Classification – Shift Them to Agriculture & Services Sector.

Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471, 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects




Over 300,000 children under five died from diarrhoeal diseases l

Over 300,000 children under five died from diarrhoeal diseases linked to limited access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in 2015 – UNICEF

Simple act of handwashing with soap could save thousands of lives
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Download photos and broll from cholera treatment centres in Haiti.


NEW YORK, 14 October 2016
 – With cholera spreading fast in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, and with a new outbreak in war-ravaged Yemen, UNICEF urges children, families and communities to make washing hands with soap a habit to help prevent the spread of diseases.

On the eve of Global Handwashing Day, UNICEF says that, in 2015, more than 300,000 children under the age of five died globally from diarrhoeal infections linked to poor access to safe drinking water and sanitation – a rate of more than 800 per day. Yet many of these deaths could have been prevented through the simple act of handwashing with soap.

“Every year, 1.4 million children are dying from largely preventable diseases like pneumonia and diarrhoea,” said UNICEF’s global head of water, sanitation and hygiene Sanjay Wijesekera. “These are staggering numbers, but they could be greatly reduced by working with children and families to adopt a very straightforward solution – handwashing. We know, for example, that handwashing with soap before meals and after using the toilet could reduce the incidence of diarrhoeal infections by 40 per cent.”

Proper handwashing practice also contributes to the healthy development of children by keeping them in school. Handwashing actually improves school attendance by reducing the spread of preventable diseases, which means children are not staying home because of illness.

“Handwashing just makes sense as a frontline preventive measure to keep children safe from disease – it’s simple, cost effective and a proven lifesaver,” said Wijesekera.

In Haiti, a country with poor water and sanitation infrastructure and a persistent cholera outbreak, suspected cholera cases and acute diarrhoea have increased sharply since the October 4 hurricane.

“This is everyone’s worst nightmare,” said Marc Vincent, UNICEF Representative in Haiti. “Less than two weeks after the hurricane, cholera may be spreading in areas where it previously barely existed and diarrhoea is preying on already vulnerable children. Immediate action is essential – children’s health is at risk.”

Facts on Handwashing:

  • 1 gram of faeces contains 100 million bacteria.
  • Approximately 1 in 5 people globally wash their hands after using the toilet.
  • Each year, 1.7 million children do not live to celebrate their fifth birthday because of diarrhoea and pneumonia.
  • When children wash their hands with soap after going to the toilet or before eating, they reduce their risk of getting diarrhoea by more than 40 per cent.
  • Acute respiratory infections like pneumonia are the leading cause of death in children under the age of five.
  • Evidence suggests that handwashing with soap after using the toilet and before eating could reduce the pneumonia infection rate among children by around a quarter.

BRICS is fast turning into a free market

BRICS is fast turning into a free market ploy to loot natural resources: Medha Patkar
13/10/2016, Goa: 
A two-day long People’s Forum on BRICS kick started today at the Xavier’s Centre for Historical Research, Alto Porvorim Goa.
The opening plenary, chaired by renowned women’s rights and environmentalist activist Norma Alvares, saw eminent social movement leaders from the BRICS region addressing a gathering of over five hundred people from at least 10 countries around the world.
Several speakers recounted and emphasised on the fact that BRICS was formed to challenge the imperialistic and hegemonic nature of institutions such as the World Bank and IMF. When the five countries of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa came together to form BRICS, it was done with an intent to bring about social justice and equity in these countries that was home to over 50% of the world’s population.
Yet, even as the governments of these nations come together for their 8th Summit in Goa, it is a matter of serious concern that BRICS is following a path that is opposed to its foundational principles by increasingly aligning with capitalist and imperialists forces of the world.
Speaking in the opening plenary that deliberated on the CRISES THAT PEOPLE FACE – WHAT IS BRICS’ RESPONSE? – noted Indian activist Medha Patkar commented that BRICS has failed to challenge the hegemony of imperialist states. She accused that in all these countries, private corporations are increasingly taking control of democratic institutions and overriding people’s participation in crucial decision-making processes. BRICS has done little to advance social justice and equity in these countries. She reminded the audience that India, despite being the largest democracy in the world, is also a sight where the poorest and the most marginalized people are continuing their struggle for social justice, dignity and identity. People have been kept outside of the decisions that are taken on their behalf for their development she accused.
Mincing no words, she accused BRICS of turning into a Free Market Ploy, that serves the interest of big capital. BRICS is no more interested in the annihilation of caste or in the welfare of its people, she said. The question of gender equality and justice is not a priority for BRICS anymore. Even if the governments of BRICS nations have started co-opting the language of the civil society and social movements during Summits like these, they end up as just words and are never implemented once the summit is over. It is fast turning into an institution that serves the interests of the elites in developing countries.
Most of the speakers, who spoke at the event emphasised on the need to build solidarities of communities in the BRICS countries and the need for the civil society in these countries to set a people’s agenda that can overcome the consumerist and destructive agendas of capital.
Maria Luisa Belo, representing the feminist movement in Brazil, spoke about the threat that democracies across the world are facing today. She also commented on the overturn of democracy and the coup orchestrated by the country’s elites and imperialists countries. The new government that came through the coup has already taken anti-people measures, she said. Maria, in her speech, read out the demand of the feminist movements in Brazil that is calling upon the world’s institutions, including BRICS, to come up with a people’s agenda to defeat patriarchy and poverty. She emphasised on the need to build an alliance of social movements in all these countries to make this a possibility.
Trevor Ngwane, who led several workers’ struggles in South Africa and also an academic, recounted the extreme levels of inequality that exists in the South African Society. He called for a pan -African unity and expressed his doubts over South Africa representing the voice of Africa all by itself.
Dorothy Guerrero, while commenting on China spoke about the urban-rural divide that exists in the country. She rued the steps taken by the Chinese authorities in curtailing migration from the rural to urban, while doing little to improve the country side. She spoke about the increasing corporate control over people’s resources – leading to massive protests by people in the countryside, led mostly by the peasants. Yet, the news of such resistances rarely make it to the global media.
Several people’s representatives from Goa also made presentations at the end of the plenary, which included, Sabina Martis, Caroline Collaso, Fr. Maverick, Favita Dias and Thalmann Pereira. Most of them spoke about the massive loot of natural resources that is taking place in Goa. They also spoke about the negative impact of corporate led tourism on small businesses in Goa and the ecological damages being inflicted. The speakers also pointed out at the atrocities being committed on women, Dalits and Adivasis in the state, while attempting to appropriate resources.
Soon after the opening plenary, the assembly held several simultaneous workshops that addressed issues ofFood Sovereignty Nutritional and Agrarian Crisis, The Nuclear Power Push in BRICS countries, Parliamentary Oversight on New Development Bank and IFIs, Palestine: Building solidarities in BRICS, BRICS banks – and what does it mean to people, Energy Democracy and Labour Perspectives, Corporate Loot of Natural Resources and Alternatives from BRICS countries.

Honda Celebrates 50 Years since Entering Premier Class World Grand Prix Racing


Honda Celebrates 50 Years since Entering Premier Class World Grand Prix Racing with RC181 Photography

October 14, 2016: Honda celebrates half a century since it first entered premier class World Grand Prix racing, by photographing its original racing machine, the RC181, alongside its current MotoGP contestant, the RC213V.

The photo session was a rare event, bringing MotoGP’s current top ridersMarc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa from Repsol Honda Team face to face with a championship-winning bike from half a century ago. The photo shoot was conducted at Twin Ring Motegi, which will be hosting Round 15 of the FIM MotoGP World Championship, the Grand Prix of Japan, this weekend.

Honda first entered World Grand Prix racing in 1959, in the 125cc class at the Isle of Man TT. Two years later, Honda claimed its first victory, and its first championship title. In 1966, Honda forayed into the premier class (which was the 500cc class at the time).

The extremely powerful RC181, powered by an air-cooled 4-stroke 4-valve straight 4-cylinder DOHC engine, debuted in the opening round of the German Grand Prix, to claim its first victory with a dominating 26-second lead. It went on to win 5 of the 9 grand prix in the season, not only giving Honda the manufacturer’s title, but contributing to Honda’s clean sweep of all five classes (50cc, 125cc, 250cc, 350cc, and 500cc).

Since then, Honda has won 277 500cc / MotoGP grand prix (at the end of Round 14 this season), and 38 riders and constructors titles. The RC181 is the machine that marks Honda’s first step into successfully competing in the premier class.

US Think Tank:Modi an important Leader

US think tank :PM Modi an important Leader. Think tank of US listed Indian PM Modi an important global political personality and next US president after ensuing election must visit India within 100 days of US president the most powerful person in power.
Further US India with Japan must form a forum to stand erect with super power in Asian region the paradise of all economic consumption and production to follow blending with that  of western world  Research and Development.
Further more India is holding an important BRICS  meets and the enormous economic and trade and security will be on BRICS Agenda :39K Cr defense deal with Russia: S 400 Missiles, Helicopters Aviation deal along with China trust in Pak terror along with the  SARRC members the cross border terror are the probable subjects to be discussed.
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Candle light march JUSTICE FOR 1984 with the cast of “31st October”

PRESS INVITATION

We cordially invite you to join hands to
strength the voice for justice
for Sikh Genocide

Candle light march
JUSTICE FOR 1984
with the cast of “31st October”

Guest:DGSMC President Manjit Singh GK
SOHA ALI KHAN
HARRYSACHDEVA 
(Director)MANOJ TIWARI
will be leading the march along with dignified supporting members.


Time   : 6 p.m
Date    : 14th October (Friday)
Venue :
 Candle March to begin from Bangla Sahib Jai Singh Road and will conclude at Jantar Mantar 

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