Monday, December 11, 2017

The Global Partnership Summit 2017

>Dear Mr. Sagar,
Thank you for showing interest in “The Global Partnership Summit (GPS2017)” to be held on 11th December’17 in New Delhi. We are pleased to confirm your participation for the summit
Details of the Event:
Date       :       Monday, 11th December, 2017
Venue    :       Andaz, Aerocity, New Delhi (Click here for Google Map)
Time      :       Registration starts 8.30 am onwards
Please Click Here for the detailed day wise Agenda
Please Click Here to make hotel reservations and you may write to traveldesk@globalpartnershipsummit.org for other travel related queries.
Looking forward to your presence at this Exclusive Summit
Thanks & Regards,
Team Global Partnership Summit

UN World Economic Situation and Prospects 2018

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Press Invitation
United Nations Information Centre
 cordially invites you to the
 Media Launch
of
UN DESA’s
World Economic Situation and Prospects 2018

at 10:15 a.m. on Monday, 11 December 2017

UN Conference Hall
55 Lodi Estate, New Delhi-110003

The Report will be presented to the press by

Prof. N.R. Bhanumurthy
Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
&
Mr. Michael Williamson
Head, a.i., UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Sub-regional Office for South and South-West Asia (UNESCAP-SSWA)


The World Economic Situation and Prospects Report, the UN flagship report on the state of the global economy, continues to convey the overarching message that robust and inclusive growth is a prerequisite for the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 

The global analysis of the World Economic Situation and Prospects for 2018 will be launched by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs in New York, and regional analyses will be launched in key regional hubs in December, in cooperation with UNCTAD, the United Nations Regional Commissions and other partners.

RSVP: unic.india@unic.org; Phone: 46532242

Please carry a Press Photo ID with you to facilitate your entry into the UN Premises; You will have to trade the Photo ID at our security desk for the visitor’s pass; and follow standard security procedures.

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RAJIV CHANDRAN
National Information Officer
United Nations Information Centre
for India and Bhutan

Dear Naresh, where after all do Universal human rights begin?

Dear Naresh,
“Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home…where every man, woman, and child seeks equal justice, equal opportunity, and equal dignity without discrimination…Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world.”
This was the wisdom of Eleanor Roosevelt, a principle architect of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted sixty-nine years ago today. She understood the power of American leadership—she personified it—and she knew that the most effective way to lead is by example—by living our values.
And yet on this Human Rights Day, we are witnessing a stunning abdication by the United States of its historical leadership role in the world, leaving a vacuum that authoritarians and tyrants are rushing to fill. When President Trump cozies up to dictators, alienates our allies, and denies protection to vulnerable refugees, he undermines the international structures and norms that have helped secure American interests for decades.
You and I have a different vision: We know that respect for human rights is not some fuzzy sentiment; it is the foundation of peace, justice, and security.
That’s why today we celebrate the brave and generous men and women like you—veterans, lawyers, corporate leaders, people of faith, activists—all over our country who are working alongside us to protect human rights and defend American ideals.
Thank you!
Elisa Massimino
President and CEO

Israeli strike on Gaza after rocket attacks

Two militants were killed and at least 25 people have been injured, including six children, after the Israeli Air Force bombed alleged Hamas targets inside Gaza. The airstrikes were in retaliation for 3 rocket attacks launched at Israeli territory.
“In response to the projectiles fired at Israel from Gaza earlier today, IAF aircraft targeted a Hamas training compound & an ammunition warehouse in the Gaza Strip,” the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced on Twitter. “The IDF holds Hamas solely responsible for all hostile acts against Israel emanating from the Gaza Strip.” It went on to say the retaliatory strikes targeted “two weapons manufacturing sites, a weapons warehouse, a military compound”.

No plans for Serbia to join NATO

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told TASS on Friday that his country is on the European path, but it does not want to join NATO. “Ten days ago, I was in Brussels, at NATO’s headquarters, and told the 29 leaders… that Serbia has no intention of joining NATO,” he said in Belgrade, adding that “Serbia will maintain its military neutrality.” He also said ahead of his visit to Moscow that Belgrade did not impose sanctions on Moscow and will not do that in the future. “No pressure can make us change our position,” he added.

EU, Japan conclude talks FTA

The EU and Japan have concluded negotiations on a free-trade deal to create the world’s largest open economic area, signaling their rejection of the more protectionist stance of US President Donald Trump, Reuters said. The two parties said on Friday that negotiators had now finished a legal text that would open up trade for economies that make up around 30 percent of global output. The agreement, combining the 28 EU states and the world’s third-largest economy, will remove EU tariffs of 10 percent on Japanese cars and the 3-percent rate typically applied to car parts. Japan had been one of the signatories of the planned Trans-Pacific Partnership, a massive 12-nation trade alliance that Trump ditched on his first day in office.

Rouhani:Ready to restore ties with Saudi Arabia

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said, his country is ready to restore ties with Saudi Arabia. In a speech today, Mr Rouhani said the regional rivals could have good relations if the Saudis end what he termed ‘false friendship’ with Israel and halt the bombardment of Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition is battling Iranian-allied rebels known as Houthis.
Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic relations with Iran in January last year after Iranian demonstrators attacked Saudi diplomatic missions in response to the Saudi execution of a prominent Shiite dissident cleric. Tensions spiked again last month after the Houthis fired a ballistic missile that was intercepted near Riyadh. Saudi Arabia does not recognise Israel, but the two countries have a shared interest in countering Iran.

M Dharma emerges champion at CG Open 2017

M Dharma emerges champion at CG Open 2017 after playoff win over Sanjeev Kumar
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Dharma moves up to fourth in PGTI Order of Merit

Mumbai, December 9, 2017: Bengaluru golfer M Dharma’s aggressive approach paid off as he triumphed at the Rs. 1 crore CG Open 2017 after defeating Lucknow’s Sanjeev Kumar in a playoff.

The two golfers headed for a playoff after being tied at the top at 16-under-264 after the regulation 72 holes were completed at the Bombay Presidency Golf Club (BPGC) in Mumbai.

M Dharma (67-66-64-67), lying overnight tied second and two off the lead, collected three birdies on the first five holes to rise into contention early in the day. But the match almost slipped out of his hands when he double-bogeyed the 15th after an error in club selection.

However, Dharma roared back with a brave bogey on the 18th to take the match into a playoff. Dharma’s opponent in the playoff would be Sanjeev Kumar (66-67-67-64), who himself produced a bogey-free round of 64 that featured some brilliant chipping and long conversions.

The second playoff hole (on the 18th) turned out to be decisive after both players made birdies on the first playoff hole. Both players landed their drives in the fairway bunker, but Sanjeev, searching for his maiden title, decided to lay up and was well short of the green.

An aggressive Dharma on the other hand went for the green with his second shot and landed just short of it. While Sanjeev struggled thereafter as he hit it over the green, Dharma made an up and down for birdie to capture his second title which was also his first in four years.

Dharma said, “My aggressive play really paid off for me today. I first went for the flag on the final hole in regulation as I knew I had to make an eagle to get in the playoff. I managed to do that. Then finally, I played my second shot on the decisive playoff hole for a win and again pulled it off.

“I was solid all through and didn’t think too much about the scores but I attacked only when it really mattered. My ball-striking was the best aspect of my game as I made at least 15 regulations in each round.

“It’s great to win after so long. This now gives me the opportunity to contend for the PGTI Order of Merit. I produced five top-10s in the season prior to this event but was just not able to break that victory barrier. I’m glad I’ve finally done it,” added Dharma, whose winning purse of Rs. 15 lakh lifted him from 13th to fourth place in the PGTI Order of Merit.
    
Sanjeev Kumar posted his fourth top-5 and second runner-up finish of the season. He now occupies eighth place in the money list.

Delhi’s Shamim Khan regained his lead in the Order of Merit thanks to his tied third finish at 15-under-265 along with Kolkata’s Viraj Madappa and Sri Lankan Mithun Perera.

Ahmedabad-based Udayan Mane conceded his lead in the Order of Merit and dropped to second place after finishing one shot behind Shamim in tied sixth this week.

Delhi’s Veer Ahlawat, the third round leader, also took a share of sixth place at 14-under-266.

Mumbai players Anil Bajrang Mane (three-under-277) and Akash Modi (21-over-301) finished tied 28th and 60th respectively.

Cambodian PM global ambassador for tourism, SDG

European Council on Tourism and Trade (ECTT) has appointed Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen as a global ambassador for tourism and sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Professor Anton Caragea, president of the Bucharest-headquartered ECTT, presented the letter of designation to Hun Sen at a ceremony in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, on Saturday.
In his speech delivered at the ceremony, Hun Sen vowed to promote global tourism, saying that peace is the key factor for all countries to achieve the United Nations‘ 2030 SDGs.
“Peace is the most important factor for development, and only peace will enable us to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals,” he said, vowing to maintain Cambodia’s peace “at any cost”.
Anton Caragea said the appointment was made in recognition of Hun Sen’s effort in promoting inclusive and supportive tourism and sustainable development, and in order to harness his abilities and knowledge for the benefit of world-wide growth, employment, and development agenda 2030 of the United Nations.
The global ambassadors for tourism and sustainable development goals are leaders and prominent personalities committed to promoting the role and contribution of tourism in the achievement of the SDGs.

Delhi Medical Association to protest

2017
PRESS INVITATION 
To all the Chief/Health Reporter
Press/Media
A Press conference is being called today by Delhi Medical Association to protest against the suspension of two doctors by Max Hospital and also suspension of licences of Max Hospital by Delhi Govt as a suo moto action in both the cases  at 5 pm after the emergent executive committee meeting of Delhi Medical Association at DMA House, Daryaganj, New Delhi.  
DMA condemns such an action and requests for the immediate revocation of license of Max Hospital by Delhi Govt and revocation of suspension of  two doctors with immediate effect  or in a stipulated period of 5-7 days   
You are requested to kindly depute your reporter and photographer to cover the event on 5.00pm today (Saturday, 9th Dec 2017) at DMA House, Darayganj, New Delhi


Dr. Vijay K. Malhotra                             Dr. Satish Tyagi
President, DMA                                        Hony. State Secretary     

AAP nothing delivered

AAP Nothing Delivered in 4-5 Years Than Water Power Subsidy
December10, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singhprogressindia2015@gmail.com
As I was returning from Chandigarh on 7th, the Clean, Planned and Developed city, at 7PM in dark I saw ‘Waste Dump on Fire All Around It’ and very Large Open Drain between Waste Mountain and main highway – it was absolutely shocking and there was not even a news in TOI. This message covers three issues Healthcare, Education & Food Retail.
10,000 Nursing Home Beds CGHS & NDRF Projects

It cost little to Delhi government if CGHS Dispensaries which simply copy Prescriptions & Distribute Medicines only are Converted into Nursing Homes, Since 85% to 90% cost in Delhi is Land Value 5,000 Nursing Home Bedscould be built in 12 month for each site to cost Rs.2 Cr to Rs.5 Cr depending on site. SimilarlyNDRF 5,000 Bed Army Operated Surgical Hospital can be built near Army Base Hospital to cost about Rs.1,000 Cr.
Science Talent Scholarships vs Tuition Subsidy

Under Right to Education children have right to be admitted to nearest school and fees charged at per paying potential of the family. Rich & Poor should grow together in a community not segregated on Income Basis. Delhi should provide Science Talent Scholarships to 5000 Students because Science Education is Unaffordable for most.
Weekly Farmers Markets in Chandigarh vs Street Vending
Earlier on 6th went with my sister for Shopping at ‘Farmers Market’ nearby. Seasonal vegetables were Retailed at 50% to 80% less price than in South Delhi. People can in cars and took home ‘One Week of Fruits & Vegetables Needs’ in 30 minutes – save over Rs.4,000 a month. Saving Rs.50,000 Per Household is big saving.
Fruits & Vegetables Processing at Farms itself is Rs.1,00,000 Yearly Household Savings – Avoid Garbage Entry in Cities – Clean Cities.  
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,

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Press Invitation

 PRESS INVITATION

Mrs. India Delhi NCR cordially invites you for the Press Conference & to share with you the uniqueness of


‘MRS INDIA BEAUTY PAGEANT’
 (A Mrs India Delhi NCR Beauty Pageant conducting Mrs. India Asia International & Mrs Planet India is India’s only National Beauty Pageant for Married Women offering international platform & promoting Diabetes Awareness. Based on the theme of ‘Beauty is Diversity’.)


Judges:
·     Mrs. Ritu Sood (Board of Director Mrs India) 
·    Ahmad Kabir Shadan(Bollywood Director & Producer)
Guests:
·     Mrs. Gurumaa Bhrigushree Monica(Director of Bhrigu Shashtram) 
·    Mr. Kapil Mohan Gupta(Director of AD Fashions Retail Pvt.Ltd.)



Time: 2:00 pm
Date: 11th December 2017 (Monday)
Venue:  Hotel The Lalit, Barakhamba Avenue, CP New Delhi


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