Saturday, June 3, 2017


Home Minister Rajnath Singh today assured that government will put an end to Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and ensure peace in Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a press conference in New Delhi on the achievements of his Ministry during last three years, Mr Singh said, 368 terrorists were killed between 2014 and 2017. He said, the incidents of infiltration from Pakistan have come down by 45 per cent after surgical strike in September last year.
The Minister said 10,000 Special Police Officers have been sanctioned for the state. He also said that he does not wish to see stones in hands of the Valley’s youth and 2000 crore rupees have been approved for more than 36,000 displaced families in the state.
The Minister said, there is an improvement in the security situation in the country. He said, the result is evident in 25 per cent reduction in Naxal attacks. Mr Singh said, National Policy and Action Plan was launched to tackle Left-Wing Extremism and Centre has adopted the doctrine of SAMADHAN to counter the menace.
Centre is expediting the process of infrastructure development in Left Wing Extremism affected areas. He said, banks, medical colleges, and airports have come up in Left Wing Extremism affected areas and 2187 mobile towers have been erected.
The Minister stated that government has been successful in countering the challenges posed by the ISIS. He pointed out that despite India having a large Muslim population, ISIS has not been able to establish itself in the country.
National Investigation Agency, NIA today carried out searches at 23 locations in Kashmir, Delhi and Haryana in connection with terror funding in the Kashmir Valley.
The NIA, which had earlier registered a Preliminary Enquiry, converted it into a regular case last evening and began searches in the wee hours.
An official source said, around eight hawala dealers and traders in the national capital were raided, besides two in Sonepat, Haryana.
Among those raided by the NIA in Srinagar were Altaf Fantoosh, the son-in-law of hardline leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, and some second rung separatist leaders belonging to Hurriyat Conference and the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. The agency seized nearly 1.5 crore rupees from various locations in the Kashmir Valley, besides documents which were being scrutinised.
Our correspondent reports, this is for the first time since early 1990s that a central probe agency has carried out raids in connection with terror funding to separatists.
The raids follow questioning of three separatists – Nayeem Khan, Farooq Ahmed Dar alias ‘Bitta Karate’ and Gazi Javed Baba of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, in the national capital last month.
During a sting operation, Nayeem Khan was seen purportedly confessing to receiving money from Pakistan-based terror groups.
CBI has arrested a Lieutenant Colonel and a middleman in connection with an alleged transfer racket at the Army headquarter in New Delhi in which army officers paid lakhs of rupees to manipulate their postings.
Official sources said, the agency arrested the two while an alleged bribe of two lakh rupees was changing hands for transfer of a Bengaluru based army officer.
The agency busted the racket involving senior Army officers posted at its headquarters in Delhi. Sources say, they were allegedly giving choice postings for “huge illegal gratification” which ran into lakhs for a single transfer.
The case has been registered against Lieutenant Colonel Ranganathan Suvramani Moni, Hyderabad- based army officer Purshottam, Bengaluru-based barracks and stores officer S. Subhas and alleged middleman Gaurav Kohli.
CBI sources say some more senior officers are suspected to be involved in the case. The agency FIR allege that the bribe was being paid through hawala channels.
The bureau is focusing on how the army officers were ready to pay lakhs of rupees to get a posting of their choice.


GDP growth is fashionable term in economy to highlights the achievements of the nation.Globally disparities have widened to such an extend that those with  static income or lower income is unable to cope with day to day needs whereas those in race of grace of system are loaded with surge in purse hike thus enjoy the fruits of economy of inflation. US, Britain, France German along with majority of the nations reel under the burden inflated growth for frugal percentage of people in the nation and rest crawl to survive. With technology taking roller coaster drive unemployment is on rise  7 millions per year and another 10 millions each years get prepared to seek employment and the present government which offered for than 10 millions employment finds its self in midst of sea unable to navigate to clear this growing disparities thus exodus of brains to foreign lands for better perspective is still in vogue as our currency gets depleted each year and those enhancing in its value find the professional safe heaven to undertake work. The Governance across the globe finds close to national treasury  thus finds its institutional loquacious eloquence of sweet fantastic dreams for masses and windfall amenities, power,funds of immense value at their feet. We therefore find the positive and calculus mantras from those at helm of affairs without telling tale of government actions on people getting unemployment, underemployment those in line to seek employment.

NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya said today that India will regain the crown of the fastest growing major economy, overtaking China, as early as the first quarter of 2017-18.
Talking to news agency, Mr Panagariya said India, on an annual basis, is ahead of China and will regain the growth momentum soon on the back of host of reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi Modi government.
India lost the tag to China in the March quarter with the GDP growth slipping to 6.1 per cent. China recorded a growth rate of 6.9 per cent during the January-March quarter.
However, on an annual basis, India grew by 7.1 per cent in 2016-17.
Mr Panagariya further said that the growth will rebound in the current fiscal at a minimum of 7.5 per cent and accelerate further in the coming years. He said government has taken lots of reform measures and country will get to the 8 per cent growth trajectory in the next two years.


With music being the soul of Suneel Darshan’s Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha (EHTEDT), the challenging task for the filmmaker of the romantic mystery was to create an album justifying the movie theme.

While it took the veteran filmmaker almost five months to finalise the songs of his film, it’s the journey and his association with the music maestro Nadeem (of Nadeem-Shravan fame) that has been a memorable journey.

Suneel Darshan recollects, “When I decided to make EHTEDT and collaborate with Nadeem on the project, I wanted to lock the film’s music and songs before going into the stage of pre-production. After sending him the script and situations, I set up an appointment with Nadeem in Dubai and when I was there, he was ready with his plethora of compositions. He had a variety of songs for each situation. He sang the songs to me and I selected the ones I liked.”

“Once the music and songs fell in place, we came back to India with the rough format of 5 songs. Then we employed music arrangers here and they set up the musical arrangements and the tunes were recorded. The basic strength of Nadeem’s melody had to be retained and at the same time I had to take the music forward to 2017. So we blended it in such a way that we had strong melodies and contemporary orchestration happening,” he adds.

Suneel has previously worked with Nadeem in several musical hits including Ek Rishta: The Bond of Love, Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya, Andaaz, Barsaat, Dosti, Mere Jeevan Sathi and EHTEDT mark their seventh project together.  “The lingering ability of the title track was so strong that after I finished shooting the movie, I came back and recorded one more version of the song, which was more of the Coke Studio kind of a format,” he recollects.


Dear Editor
We are glad to announce that a press meet will be held at 5 pm today at Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida, where the fixtures and groupings of the 68th Junior National Basketball Championship 2017 will be made public.
Venue: Indoor Sports Complex, Shiv Nadar University, Gautam Budh Nagar, Greater Noida
Date & Time: 3rd June, 5:00 pm onwards
Dignitaries to be present: Mr Chander Mukhi Sharma, Secretary General, BFI; Dr Mrs Seema Sharma, President, UP Basketball Association (UPBA); Mr Bhupendra Shahi, Hon. Secretary, UPBA and Mr Alok Sharma, Additional Director General, Sashastra Seema Bal.
We will also be sharing the soft copy of the fixtures and groupings by 7 pm today, post the conclusion of this press conference.
We look forward to sending you regular updates from the Championship that tips off tomorrow at Shiv Nadar University, and will continue till 11th June.
Look forward to your support and coverage for this important national event.


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Dear Naresh Kumar,
Please join us on Monday eveningJune 5th, for the screening of the internationally acclaimed documentary, “Guli’s Children”, from our very own CISLI fellow, Joe Thomas Karackattu.
India China Institute
Devesh Kapur

Eventbrite - Colloquium on the Economies and Societies of India and China
MONDAY, JUNE 5TH, 2017 | 5:00-6:30 PM

The New School University Center
Event Cafe (Lower Level)
63 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10003
(2016, English, 43 mins)
Synopsis: Calicut (also known as Guli in Chinese) in Kerala was an important node in the overall links between China and India. Guli’s Children brings out the cultural-historical ties, the physical artefacts and, most importantly, traces of human genealogy that survive between Kerala and China to this day.



June03, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh
Most of our leaders said in an opportunity of such challenges lies greater opportunity of unemployed and underemployed youth to big business in case the undermentioned challenges are properly planned and systematically  hlped to build support companies cluster to weed out carbon and bring grenn technology in palce. Nksagar commented .
Gregarious eloquence at its best let down India everywhere but this time it was Washington – US President in rejecting Paris Agreement was most CRITICAL of India who wanted $100b to $450b annually to Clean Up Dirty Plants and invest in Green Energy Program.
IPR issues may be next on US President’s Agenda.
I was extremely Critical of Prakash Javdekar led Climate Commitment based on most LUNATIC Assumptions guided by Extreme Dullard Sunita Narayan to seek Doubling of Coal Burning by 2030 and in doing so demanding $100b to $450b annual AID for Economies in Transition – India biggest country to benefit from it.
While USA estimated Economic Loss for Continuing With Paris Deal at $3000b annual GDP & 6.5m Lobs and $7000 household Income Loss– which is correct considering US shall be importing Finished Goods than manufacturing within, INDIA didn’t mention any ECONOMIC LOSS of DOUBLING COAL PRODUCTION, COAL POWER & EMISSIONS – COULD BE 50% of GDP. India’s Energy Expenditure is already more could be many times more than Household Expenditure.
1.      India has over 200,000 MW Hydro Potential in Himalayas alone – Multi-purpose Dams could provide 800 BU of Power for say 200-500 years, Supply 500 BCM of CLEAN WATER for Irrigation, Urban Use, Flood Protection for 30 million hectares.
2.      Transmission Losses exceed 23% to around 30%,
3.      Irrigation Tube-wells consume 20% of Power,
4.      No Efficient WOOD BURNING STOVES, FOODPROCESSING to Cut Emissions.
5.      There is 30% plus Energy Efficiency opportunity.  – Little Progress.
6.      200 million tons of Urban Garbage – 80% can be avoided just by DRESSING UP & PACKAGING in village itself.
7.      160m tones AVOIDED WASTE to Minimize LANDFILL DUMPING, METHANE Emissions.
8.      160m Tons of waste could be FREE FODDAR to Cattle Feed, increase Milk & Meat production.
9.      100,000 MW of Nuclear Power is Clean Option – N-Reactors PLWR have 39% Thermal Efficiency compared to 25% of PHWR – Huge advantage in Safety & Efficiency – Coastal units can produce ‘DE-SALINATED WATER’.
10.Rooftop Solar has 3 Times more ADVANTAGE than Mega Solar Parks.
11.Electric Transport – Railways – Very Little Progress.
12.Local Food Production to Minimize Transportation.
My PIL in NGT on October19, 2015 was not admitted which is attached.
IMPORTANT CLIPPINGS – Full Text also attached
In 2015, the United Nations, departing top climate officials, reportedly described the $100 billion per year as “peanuts.” And stated that the $100 billion is the tail that wags the dog. In 2015, the green climate fund’s executive director reportedly stated that estimated funding needed would increase to $450 billion per year after 2020, and nobody even knows where the money is going to. Nobody’s been able to say where is it going to.

China will be allowed to build hundreds of additional coal plants. So, we can’t build the plants, but they can, according to this agreement. India will be allowed to double its coal production by 2020. Think of it. India can double their coal production. We’re supposed to get rid of ours. Even Europe is allowed to continue construction of coal plants.

In short, the agreement doesn’t eliminate coal jobs. It just transfers those jobs out of America and the United States, and ships them to foreign countries. This agreement is less about the climate and more about other countries gaining a financial advantage over the United States.

For example, under the agreement, China will be able to increase these emissions by a staggering number of years, 13. They can do whatever they want for 13 years. Not us.
India makes its participation contingent on receiving billions and billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from developed countries. There are many other examples. But the bottom line is that the Paris Accord is very unfair at the highest level to the United States.

The cost to the economy at this time would be close to $3 trillion in lost GDP and 6.5 million industrial jobs, while households would have $7,000 less income, and in many cases, much worse than that.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -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



Humanitarian Emergencies, Migration and Environment
Bangladesh – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, has launched an appeal for USD 3.7 million to help Rohingya migrants living in settlements in Bangladesh affected by Cyclone Mora. The storm hit the country’s coastline around Cox’s Bazar early on Tuesday.
The cyclone, which brought 117 km/h winds and heavy rain, tore into the makeshift settlements and host communities. The settlements house over 130,000 ethnic Rohingya, who are also known in Bangladesh as  Undocumented Myanmar Nationals (UMNs).
The storm destroyed 25 per cent of shelters and left as many as 80 per cent damaged. Food and fuel supplies were destroyed, electricity lines were cut, and health and sanitation infrastructure was also badly damaged.
The IOM appeal, which aims to help up to 80,000 people in the makeshift settlements and host communities between now and year end, will target health, water, sanitation, shelter and protection.
IOM emergency response staff working in the settlements say that repairs to water and sanitation facilities are a top health priority. The storm knocked out 243 latrines, as well as tube wells that desperately poor residents depend on for clean water.
Shelter and non-food relief items, including plastic sheeting, mosquito nets and blankets, are urgently needed for the estimated 17,000 families who lost their homes.
Infrastructure, including water and sanitation, has come under increasing strain in Cox’s Bazar in recent months. Since violence erupted in Myanmar’s Northern Rakhine State in October 2016, over 75,000 UMNs have crossed the border to seek safety in Bangladesh.
Most of the affected are now living in makeshift settlements around Cox’s Bazar, where IOM provides site management and coordinates the work of other aid agencies in three settlements housing 103,000 people.
The UN Migration Agency, which has worked with Undocumented Myanmar Nationals and host communities in Cox’s Bazar since 2014, also provides water, sanitation assistance, shelter, healthcare and protection from gender-based violence in the three settlements.








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71 Major Mineral Blocks in Pipeline for E-Auctioning in Seven States during 2017-18   
New Delhi: June 02, 2017
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The Secretary Mines Shri Arun Kumar chaired a meeting of the Coordination- Cum- Empowered Committee (CCEC) of the major mineral producing states in New Delhi today. Representatives from seventeen states were present in the meeting. The discussion mainly focussed on the states’ preparedness for e-auction of mineral blocks for 2017-18. The seven states informed the Secretary Mines, that as many as 71 blocks have been identified for e-auctioning during the remaining part of year 2017-18.
These blocks include 6 blocks (2 Gold, 4 cement grade Limestone) in Andhra Pradesh, 11 blocks (4 Bauxite, 7 Limestone) in Chhattisgarh, 12 blocks (3 Bauxite, 9 Limestone) in Gujarat, 9 blocks (1 Bauxite, 3 Limestone,1 Gold, 1 Graphite, 2 Emerald, 1 Iron Ore) in Jharkhand, 18 blocks (4 Bauxite, 7 Limestone,1 Gold, 1 Graphite, 2 Manganese, 2 Iron Ore, 2 Copper) in Maharashtra, 7 blocks (1 Limestone,1 Graphite, 5 Iron Ore) in Odisha and 8 blocks (7 Limestone, 1 Copper) in Rajasthan.
The Secretary Mines Shri Arun Kumar addressing the CCEC meeting, asked the States to expedite and monitor the auctions, as recently a large number of leases have elapsed due to the section 10A(2)(c) of the Mines and Minerals (Development & Regulation) Act 1957, which should now come up for auction route only. He further said that as a large number of merchant mining leases will come up for auction on 31.3.2020, the States need to prepare their plans in advance latest by September this year and share it with Mines Ministry so that production slack can be met and the supply of essential minerals and iron ore remain smooth. He said, the auctions conducted so far will fetch Rs. 85250 crores to States of which the additional contribution due to auction is Rs. 67,501 crores over the licence period of 50 years. Just 4 States constitute 90 % of this takeaway and other states need to expedite their mining auctions.
The CCEC meeting also discussed other key issues of the mining sector like Minor Mineral Rules, Status of project implementation under Pradhan Mantri Khanij Kshetra Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY) and the creation of District Mineral Foundation (DMF) after the MMDR Amendment Act with effect from 12 Jan 2015 to address the development goals of the people affected by mining. The meeting also reviewed the progress in Mining Tenement System (MTS) implementation, Mining Surveillance System (MSS), Star rating of mines, and the action plan for auctioning the mining leases expiring in March 2020.


June, 2017, 3:00 p.m., New Delhi
The Centre for Policy Research “Initiative on Climate Energy and Environment” shares the following comments on President Trump’s announcement of June 2017 announcing the US exit from the Paris Accord
“President Trump’s remarks reveal a disturbing lack of knowledge about the Paris Agreement. His contention that the Paris Agreement hamstrings the US while allowing India and China to increase their emissions is baffling. The Agreement allows every country to ‘nationally determine’ its contribution (NDC), and, it does not oblige them to achieve these. Trump’s tenuous grasp on the fundamental tenets of the Agreement he just rejected bodes poorly for any future engagement with the US on climate change.’ said Prof. Lavanya Rajamani, Professor at the Centre for Policy Research
“President Trump’s assertion that he will renegotiate a fair deal for the US is also perplexing,” she added. “The Paris Agreement is remarkable for the extent to which it privileges sovereignty and national autonomy. The perceived ‘unfairness’ Trump alludes to stems not from an internationally prescribed target – the Paris Agreement contains none – but a ‘nationally determined’ contribution chosen by the previous US administration of its own volition. Renegotiating an Agreement that has near-universal buy-in, especially to accommodate a state that has revealed a less than passing familiarity with the Paris Agreement, is not an option.”
“India, a country whose citizens consume less than a tenth the electricity of an average American, is already turning its economy toward clean energy,” said Navroz K. Dubash, a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research. “Mr Trump fundamentally misunderstands the changes sweeping the global energy economy, while India, despite being a much poorer country, is leading this change. By justifying the US exit from Paris in part by claiming that India will only act with international financial support, Mr. Trump is hiding behind India’s poor who, meanwhile, are already making the transition to clean energy that Mr. Trump scorns as unviable.”
“As a climate vulnerable country, India needs to stand with the EU and China to hold the line on the Paris Accord,” argued Dubash. “It is not for the world to adjust to America’s misguided policies, but for concerned Americans to forge a more sensible approach at home to the only climate treaty we have.”
Lavanya Rajamani: +49-151-71668944
Navroz K. Dubash: +91-9811805438
About the Initiative on Climate, Energy and Environment
The Initiative on Climate, Energy and Environment at the Centre for Policy Research produces research, informs public opinion and generates debate on climate policy at international, national and sub-national levels.
About Centre for Policy Research
The Centre for Policy Research (CPR) has been one of India’s leading public policy think tanks since 1973. The Centre is a non-profit, independent institution dedicated to conducting research that contributes to a more robust public discourse about the structures and processes that shape life in India. CPR focuses on five different thematic clusters: Economic Policy Analysis; Environmental Law and Governance; Urbanization; International Relations and Security; Law, Regulation and the State.


We would like to invite you & your esteemed organization to nominate for “Entrepreneur India 2017″ Awards .The Nomination for Awards are open and you may submit nominations in Emerging or Established Entrepreneur award categories as an individual or an organization.
Entrepreneur India Awards 2017  shall host the ceremony on 18th July 2017 at Hotel J W Marriot, Delhi. For fee and complete nomination categories please visit 
We would be organizing a gala awards ceremony, to felicitate the achievers in all 35 award categories, on the 18th of July at Hotel J W Marriot, Aerocity, N Delhi. We would wait for your nomination and would be honored by your personal presence @Entrepreneur India Awards 2017. For more information on Entrepreneur India 2017 please visit  or call us at 9313034080.
We look forward to your nominations.
With kindest regards,
Abhinav Dwivedi  
Awards Head,
Entrepreneur India 2017


-Vishal Gupta’s company Ajivi is all set to create technology that would help inumerable aspects for smart city
-Delhi’s Dimts Depot at Raj Ghat is all Tech savy and is now a smart bus d
Be it Delhi or any other city across India , eachone wants to be tagged as a smart city . Smart transport us one aspect of smart city venture. To solve the problem of Pollution and traffic havoc a company called Ajivi has developed a new technique.
According to Ajivi’s technology head Vishal Gupta, their company have converted the Raj ghat based bus terminal into a smart depot through their smart fleet management system. This has helped to make a computerised data about all the drivers and the buses. This has helped in maintanence of the buses and helped to control the pollution by by setting right every engine issues on time .
To support this important step Raj ghat depot head and owner of Antony Tito Verghese and Ajivi’s director Kirti chubby were also present. Tito seemed quiet happy with Ajivi’ smart fleet management system as it has helped to remind on right time drivers licence renew date or bus fitness certificate or conditioning of parts or tyre changing permit time can be known very easily. Pollution has lowered because of this system.
So finally after this success they are all set to start off with this stem all over delhi. Not just the depot but this initiative will help public as well to get rid of bus breakdown during their travel which will save money and time. Ajivi is all set to start smart health , smart water, smart education and clean India venture all across the country which seems will be quiet fruitful.


New Delhi, 2 June 2017A special screening of Sachin:A Billion Dreams was today arranged by the makers of the film for UNICEF South Asia, for underprivileged children with the help of UNICEF and NGO PRATYeK.
The children were inspired after watching the docu-drama which traces the cricketer’s journey from a young boy to a cricketing legend. 
The NGO PRATYeK which in Hindi means ‘every being’ recognises children as primary stakeholders of society and therefore seeks to provide them with local, national and international forums and platforms towards effectively changing the policies and systems by providing them opportunities to influence policy making and ensure their effective implementation.
Recently special screenings of Sachin A Billion Dreams were also organised by the makers of the film for villagers of Puttamraju Kandriga .
Sachin: A Billion Dreams which released worldwide on 26th of May among great reviews is directed James Erskine and produced by Ravi Bhagchandka and Carnival Motion Pictures under the banner of 200 NotOut Productions.


The Hollywood summer movie season is dominated by two types of movie: action packed sequels (a new installment in a story) and reboots (reimagined versions of previously told stories).
With Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 and Disney’s Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 kick-starting the blockbuster summer of 2017, here’s a sneak peak in to the other exciting movies in store for all of us in the summer period before the rains kick in! From talking cars to horrific mummies and ravaging apes and kickass superheroes, everyone has something to look forward to this June-July!
Cars 3D- 16th June
Lightning McQueen and all the beloved talking cars are back in Disney-Pixar’s Cars3D. Starring the voice of Owen Wilson, Kerry Washington, Armie Hammer, Nathan Fillion and Bonnie Hunt amongst others; Cars 3 cruises into cinemas this June 16!
Wonder Woman- 2nd June
Last summer, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was widely considered a fiascot, but its shining star was Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, who didn’t get nearly enough screen time. Now she’s got a whole movie to herself.
Spiderman: Homecoming- 7th July
We’ve got ourselves a new Spider-Man in Tom Holland, who made his first appearance in Captain America: Civil War last year. The trailer looks good, and it’s always exciting to see an actor breathe new life into a beloved character — and Spidey is nothing if not beloved.
War Of the Planet Of The Apes-14th July
That War for the Planet of the Apes is being directed by Matt Reeves (who also made 2014’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) is especially promising with stunning VFX
The Mummy-9th June
Tom Cruise stars in the reimagining of the Mummy franchise

Transformers: The Last Knight-23rd June
It is the fifth installment of the live-action Transformers film series and a direct sequel to 2014’s Transformers: Age of Extinction. The film was directed by Michael Bay, with Mark Wahlberg and Stanley Tucci reprising their roles from Age of Extinction alongside Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, and John Turturro from the first three movies.
Despicable Me 3- 30th June
Despicable Me 3 will be the third installment in the Despicable Me film series, and the sequel to Despicable Me 2 (2013). Directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda, and co-directed by Eric Guillon, the film is written by Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio. It stars the voices of Steve Carell in a dual role, Kristen Wiig, and Trey Parker.


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The Academy of Oral Implantology hosts 9th International Congress showcasing latest advancements in Digitally Integrated Implant Dentistry

  • The ultimate aim as a dentist is to provide stronger treatment solution to dental problems through integrated dentistry
  • Digitally Integrated Implants allows for precise and predictable outcomes

New Delhi, 2nd June 2017The Academy of Oral Implantalogy (AOI) flagged off their 9thinternational conference on the ‘Digitally Integrated Implant Dentistry’ at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi today.

The conference spread over a period of three days will witness doctors from the specialty showcase methods of how these advanced procedures can go a long way in improving dental health and thereby lead to better overall health. Over the next two days, doctors from the specialty will showcase methods of how these advanced procedures can go a long way in improving dental health and thereby lead to better overall health.

Speaking on the theme of this year’s conference Dr. Ajay Sharma, Senior Consultant and Head Dept of Dental Sciences Max Smart Superspeciality Hospital, Saket, New Delhi, said “The aim of our conference this year is to integrate technology with dental procedures for precise, cost efficient, and time efficient outcomes. Digitally integrated implants should be made available to all dentally crippled people. We are also very hopeful that through this endeavor of ours, medical tourism in India will increase. By digitizing dental implants, patients traveling to India will have to incur fewer costs. Procedures that earlier took days to complete, can now be done within hours. Patients get dentally restored faster and go back home happy.”

The procedures and processes presented at the conference are evidence based and tested. Also aimed at providing reasonable and predictable treatment solutions to their patients, the congregation presents scientific papers brought out by young doctors. These scientific papers showcase what the future vision of the doctors is in dental Implantology.

Great advancements in dental surgery have been made to assist with bone and tissue regeneration so that when it is time to insert the implant, the extraction site has been stabilized and a graft performed to protect the integrity of the site. Patients no longer have to wait to replace their missing tooth – now the dental implant, post and dental crown can be set in just one visit. With immediate dental implants, you do not need to live with a gap in your teeth or wear a fake temporary cap while you wait for the dental implant to heal. And with single-visit dental implants becoming more successful, more patients are inquiring about this procedure.

Expanding on the concept of digital dentistry, Prof. (Dr.) Saranjit S Bhasin, Head at Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, said, “This technology will allow us to pre-plan all our surgeries. CT scans and 3D equipment will help us prepare dental implants to ensure same-day procedures through a virtual mock-up of the patients’ mouth, which eliminates cutting through the gums to find the bone. This eliminates the long period of healing and reduces follow-up visits as well. We have invested in the research and development of this concept and are dedicated to training dentists in this technology. As awareness and availability increases throughout the country, more and more patients will be able to opt for this procedure.”

The Academy of Oral Implantology (AOI) works towards advancement of science and art of oral implantology; to promote current innovative procedures in the field; to foster research and education.

About AOI
The Academy of Oral Implantology is a body that provides a platform for doctors to present their work on a common congregation. The AOI also provides an opportunity to implant companies to present their products to a common audience.
The AOI also provides fellowship to young dental specialists wherein the doctors are evaluated on basis of their in depth knowledge to provide safe and comprehensive implant related procedures to their patients.

For more information contact:

Dr. Ajay Sharma: 9810061862


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SPIC MACAY, Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth, we would like to invite you to its 5th International Convention from 5th – 11th June 2017 at IIT Delhi. ​Pad​mashree awardee Dr Kiran Seth, the founder of SPIC MACAY, is celebrating with youth its 40 years in service of art, culture, music and heritage. ​Honourable  Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji has agreed to give the inaugural address through
This year, we had over 4,000 registrations from all over the country, of which 1,500 have been selected to attend the convention.
There are 48 intensives which include Hindustani Vocal, Carnatic vocal, Dhrupad, Kathak, Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Mohiniyattam, Odissi, Koodiyattam, Hatha Yoga, Meditation, Crafts, Puppetry and Theater. These will be conducted by great masters in various fields.
The Convention will have over 20 Indian Classical Music and Dance, Folk and Talks by Padma Vibhushan Awardees: Vidushi Girija Devi,  Vidwan Umayalpuram Sivaraman, Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma, Shri Adoor Gopalakrishnan; Padma Bhushan Awardees: Prof. T N Krishnan, Begum Parween Sultana, Smt. Teejan Bai, Vidushi Alarmel Valli, Vidushi Sudha Ragunathan, Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt; Padma Shri Awardees: Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar, Pt. Venkatesh Kumar, Guru Ghanakanta Bora, Ustad F  Wasifuddin Dagar , Pt Bhajan Sopori Smt. Anjolie Ela Menon, Shri Dadi Pudumjee Shri Raghu Rai, Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardees- Smt Kapila Venu, Vidushi Ashwini Bhide Deshpande. We will be delighted to have your presence every day or on any day as per your time and convenience. We would request you to extend your help in terms of maximum media coverage of the event in making it successful.


DSC_0018.jpg FrenchDSC_0041DSC_0069.jpg Indian student to FrThe 2017 MBDA-ISAE-French Embassy scholarship winners were felicitated at a ceremony held at the Residence of France on June, 01, 2017. Deputy Chief of Mission, Claire Thuaudet and Loïc Piedevache, MBDA India Country Head presented the scholarship certificates to the winners.
The five laureates have been awarded a place in the most prestigious aerospace engineering university Institut Sup’erieur de l’Aeronautique et de l’Espace (ISAE), situated in Toulouse in southern France. This is the fourth group of students selected under ISAE – MBDA Programme of Excellence to follow a two year Master’s course.
While undertaking the two year study program at the world renowned aerospace engineering institution, MBDA will cover all tuition costs and contribute to the living expenses while the Embassy of France, will ensure visa fee waivers, medical insurance coverage and access to affordable accommodation for the five laureates.
The elated students expressed unanimously that this scholarship has further motivated them than ever to become the best engineers in aerospace and aviation that they can be. They are enthusiastically looking forward to the great learning and working environment with outstanding teachers and a real mix of students which will help them in forming a career in the future because ISAE Supaero is a fantastic platform for entering the industry.
The academic cooperation team from Institut Français helped the students with all their queries regarding education, life, culture, entertainment that is available in France for the young students.
Among the awardees are two each from Bangalore and Chandigarh and one from Chennai. The proud parents who accompanied the students to the ceremony were visibly exuberant and content on the reassurance from Mrs Claire Thuaudet that their children are in safe hands as the Embassy pays a lot of attention to student’s welfare right from the preparation of the study project in India, to their stay in France and on their return. Even after the completion of their studies France Alumni will support them with multiple benefits of networking with alumni globally and access to exclusive services.
The five scholarship winners who are in their early 20s are Arti Kalra and Rashika Jain from PEC University of Technology in Chandigarh; Kartik Venkatraman and Sagar Shenoy Manikar from MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology at Bengaluru; and Ishaan Prakash from SRM University in Chennai.
We wish the winners all the very best as they soon begin an exciting and promising journey alongside MBDA ISAE in France.


Dear water friends,
Finally here! The new INTEWA UV system series for water disinfection is ready for delivery. All orders for UV systems, up to the 30.06.2017, received by us will receive an additonal 15% discount.
INTEWA UV systems for disinfection of water
The UV systems are used for the sterilization of water. The UV light reliably inactivates pathogens and functions without the production of disinfection by products. The UV lamps used are characterized by a long service life, high disinfecting perfomance and low energy consumption. The compact design allows easy removal and replacement of the lamps after expiry of their useful service life. For cleaning purposes, the quartz glass can be easily removed. All reactor chambers come with a sight window for fast, visual inspection.


  • stainless steel construction
  • control sight window
  • suitable for horizontal and vertical installation
  • incl. ballast with fault detection
  • Phillips low-pressure UV-lamps


  • stainless steel construction
  • control sight window
  • suitable for horizontal and vertical installation
  • incl. ballast with fault detection
  • Phillips low-pressure UV-lamps


  • stainless steel construction
  • control sight window
  • suitable for horizontal and vertical installation
  • incl. ballast with fault detection
  • Phillips low-pressure UV-lamps
  • sensor connection




Further information and the manual can be found on the INTEWA website  or directly on our online Catalog.
We look forward to chatting with you about our products and seeing
how we may connect with you!
Best Regards
Bob Drew, Manager
INTEWA United States


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President of India added 5 new photos.
The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee with the Officer Trainees of Indian Foreign Service of 2016 Batch from Indian Foreign Service Institute at Rashtrapati Bhavan on June 1, 2017.


Sagar Media Inc.

 B2B Meetings with

Multisector delegation from Taiwan visiting New Delhi
(details of companies from Taiwan given below)

 Thursday | 8th June 2017| 9AM TO 5.30PM
Hotel Le-Meridien (Desire Hall)
New Delhi

 Dear Mr Sagar,
Greeting from Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME)!
We are pleased to inform you that a multisector delegation from Taiwan would be visiting New Delhi on Thursday 8th June 2017 to have B2B meetings with Indian companies.
The meeting would take place from 9am to 5.30pm at hotel Le-Meridien (Desire Hall), Windsor Place, New Delhi.
Kindly note, no charges are applicable but prior confirmation is a must. In order to confirm your meeting kindly let us have the name of the companies with whom you would like to meet along with your name, designation, company, mobile and e-mail. Also, mention whether you would like to have the meeting between 9am to 1.30pm or between 1.30pm to 5.30pm. The details of companies who are part of the delegation is given here-below along with the website.
We look forward to receiving your confirmation.
Details of the delegation:

  1. AUTEK TECHNOLOGY CORP. (1. Rubber tire machines, rubber press, rubber mixer and rubber pulverizer machine. 2.High speed mixer PVC, TPR, Masterbatch compound turn-key project & Pulverizer 3. PE, PP, PVC & PET recycle material turn-key project equipment)

  1. GEON HUNG ENTERPRISE CO. LTD. (Agricultural and Horticultural Tools)

  1. GRAND ROYAL ENTERPRISE CO. LTD. (LED lamps, LED panel lights, filament LED)


  1. HPB TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD. (1. Solar Powered LED Traffic Signs 2. Solar Powered Sign Boards 3. Water Permeable Bricks 4. Water Filters)

  1. HWANG PUU CO. (Side backpacks, security protection package, luggage case, briefcase)

  1. LONG CHEN DRINKING WATER EQUIPMENT CO. LTD. (Soda water dispensers, commercial dispensers, water boilers, water heaters)

  1. LONG YEAR IMPORT & EXPORT (TAIWAN) CO. LTD. (expanded metal machines. Metal sheet embossing machines/welded mesh machines. Wire coating machines. Chain link machines/plywood making machines)

  1. SHEEPON TEXTILE CO. LTD(Spandex Covering Yarn, Functional
Covered Yarn, Functional Knit & Wavering Fabrics)

  1. SHIHMARK CO.LTD. (Stationery, Office Supply, Stamp, Energy-saving products)
Thanks and with best regards
Mukesh Kalra
Joint Secretary (International Trade)
Federation of Indian Micro and Small &
Medium Enterprises (FISME)

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