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International conference on innovations in public employment programme and sustainable inclusive growth
Labour Ministers from 32 countries to attend Union labour and EmploymentMinisterShriMallikarjunKharge will inauguratethe International conference on innovations in public employment programme and sustainable inclusive growth on March 01, 2012 at New Delhi . Labour Ministers from 32 countries will be attending this conference. The objectives of the three day conference organised in collaboration with ILO are :
·To build capacity and to share knowledge between countries on the innovations around convergent holistic frameworks and to assess the strategic entry points for different contexts which can lead to an overall better cohesion for inclusive growth with equity, linking employment and social protection to productive works.
·To use the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA) as a case study for public policy to share insights on the linkages and conve…

List of 84th Academy Award winners:

1. Best Picture: The Artist 2. Actor: Jean Dujardin, The Artist 3. Actress: Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady 4. Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, Beginners 5. Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer, The Help 6. Directing: Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist 7. Foreign Language Film: A Separation, Iran 8. Adapted Screenplay: Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, The Descendants 9. Original Screenplay: Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris 10. Animated Feature Film: Rango 11. Art Direction: Hugo 12. Cinematography: Hugo 13. Sound Mixing: Hugo 14. Sound Editing: Hugo 15. Original Score: The Artist 16. Original Song: Man or Muppet from The Muppets 17. Costume Design: The Artist 18. Documentary Feature: Undefeated 19. Documentary Short: Saving Face 20. Film Editing: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo 21. Makeup: The Iron Lady 22. Animated Short Film: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore 23. Live Action Short Film: The Shore 24. Visual Effects: Hugo
“Mobile Web Initiative in India”
W3C India office ( and IAMAI(Internet & Mobile Association of India) is organizing a Focused Conference on “Mobile Web Initiative in India” on 15 March 2012 at New Delhi. The Conference would deliberate about the potential challenges in implementation of mobile applications in Indian languages . The special focus of conference will be on multilingual requirements in Mobile Web area and capturing the requirements for Indian languages as per W3C Mobile Web Standards including the support of Indian languages on mobile devices. The details of the conference may be referred at: ( We solicit your active participation in the conference for which you can register( ) on line. You may also send your willingness to speak on the particular topic ( mentioned in the website or any other related topic. You …
The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre
cordially invites you to a lecture
The Archaeologist in India
Rita Jeney
M.A. Archaeology and Indology and Lecturer at the
Bhaktivedanta College
on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 6:00 pm
at 1/A Janpath, New Delhi 110 011
(Near Hotel Claridges)
Please join us for tea after the release
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The lecture will emphasize on Sir Aurel Stein's (1862-1943) archaeological
work on the Indian Subcontinent. Sir Aurel Stein was a Hungarian
archaeologist, primarily known for his explorations and archaeological
discoveries in Central Asia. He was also a professor at various Indian
universities. An extraordinary man, who advanced human knowledge on
many fronts, Sir Aurel Stein pursued dramatic adventure with scientific

You are cordially invited to a lecture by Rita Jeney titled "Sir Aurel Stein - the archaeologist in India" on Friday, March 2, 201…

BRICS to Develop – Putin

Russia will push for the BRICS bloc of countries, which also includes Brazil, India, China and South Africa, to develop a coordinated stance on global affairs, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said.
“When the BRICS ‘five’ really gets going, its influence on the global economy and politics will be quite significant,” Putin wrote in a campaign article on foreign policy in Moskovskie Novosti published on Monday. Putin, 59, plans to return to the Kremlin after the presidential elections next month.
BRICS, which has a combined population of 3 billion people and is responsible for more than 25 percent of the world’s GDP, will have to work together more closely in the United Nations, Putin said.
He added that Russia will continue to prioritize its relations with the bloc, which he called “the most telling symbol of transferring from a uni-polar to a more just world order.”
RIA Novosti
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London Olympic berth final India beat France 8-1

London Olympic berth final India beat France 8 -1India stupendously made its entry to London Olympic winning  matches with substantial margins.
 In Olympic qualifiers final  India beat France 8-1, India win in this tournament   proves their mettle.
Sandeep Singh magic play four goals put  India a 5-1 lead against France early in the second half of the final of the six-nation men's Olympic hockey qualifiers in New Delhi.Sandeep Singh carried his good run in the summit clash as he scored his fourth. Sunil scored India's fifth goal in the 43rd minute after as Sandeep completed his hat-trick in the 38th minute soon after the lemon-break. Sandeep scored hat-trick through penalty corners to lead the Indian attack. Team India scored their first goal  by Birendra Lakra's 17th minute thereafter Simon MARTIN-BRISAC scored a stunner in the 23rd minute to put back France in the game.


Fair Timings
• 25 February to 04 March 2012
• Daily 11.00 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Special Pavilions
• Theme Pavilion Hall No. 7E
• Delhi Pavilion Hall No. 7D
• Rights Table Hall No. 14
• Tagore Pavilion Hall No. 6
• Children's Pavilion Hall No. 14
Programme Venues
• Conference Room -1 Hall No. 6
• Conference Room -2 Hall No. 6
• Conference Room -3 Hall No. 14
• Seminar Hall Hall No. 8
(First Floor)
The category-wise bifurcations of the
participants are given below:
• Hall No.1 to 6 Publishers & Distributors of
English Books
• Hall No. 7B-C Foreign Participants
• Hall No. 8-9 Books on Social Sciences
& Humanities
• Hall No. 10 Books in Regional
• Hall No. 11 Books in Hindi Language
• Hall No. 12 Educational Aids, CDs,
Games & Miscellaneous
• Hall No. 12A Books on Science &
• Hall No. 14 Books for Children &
Educational Books
To, Mr. NK Sagar                                           Date: 9th February 2012 Chairman Enkay Sagar Holdings Pvt. Ltd Sub:Invite: A National Workshop “Violence Against Women: Contemporary Issues and Challenges: Unite to End Violence Against Women and Girls” Dear Mr. Sagar, MAITRI is a Delhi-based humanitarian and developmental NGO established in 2005. Maitri strengthens communities through individual and community empowerment with advocacy, education, community-based program, development and networking. Maitri is unique in being one of the few NGO's globally, which is committed to the health and welfare concerns of Uniformed Personnel and their families. Violence against women and domestic violence in the Uniformed Services is a key focus of Maitri Initiatives. Uniform constitutes Military, Air Force, Navy, Paramilitary Forces and all State Police Forces. One of Maitri’s key areas of work is to address all aspect of violence against women, particularly domestic violence …
Paswan backs Katju on media freedom "violation" in Bihar
Backing the PCI chairman over his remarks on media freedom in Bihar, LJP chief Ram Bilas Paswan on Sunday made a scathing attack on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar saying those who claim to have fought press censorship during Emergency are now undermining freedom of the fourth estate.

"We welcome what PCI Chairman Justice Markandey Katju has said. He has brought the reality of Bihar government before the people," Paswan said alleging that mediamen are not free to express their views openly in Nitish Kumar's regime. He said that a delegation of Lok Janshakti Party will also meet President Pratibha Patil shortly over the issue of "violation of media freedom" in Bihar. "The Bihar government is obstructing the work of mediamen who write against it and forces their transfers. Ironically, it is being done by the same people who claim to have fought against media censorship during Emerge…
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Technology innovation, strategy & integration for enterprises

With IT spending in Asia estimated at US$15.6 billion for 2011, information technologies will make a greater strategic value contribution to their respective industries in the near future. As demands of business increase in the highly competitive landscape in Asia Pacific, this comes with a whole new realm of challenges.

The rising costs of rapidly changing technology, IT integration, managing emerging technologies, and collaborating with other C-level executives have made it incumbent upon CIOs and IT leaders to uncover more cost effective strategies that deliver competitive advantages, innovation and opportunity for the enterprise.

The CIO Show Asia 2012 will be a dedicated and comprehensive platform in…
Anirban Lahiri lift the SAIL-SBI Open 2012 trophy Bangalore golfer bags second international title New Delhi, February 25, 2012: India’s Anirban Lahiri outclassed Prom Meesawat of Thailand in a playoff at the Delhi Golf Club on Saturday to lift the SAIL-SBI Open 2012 trophy. Lahiri, who emerged triumphant on the first play-off hole, became the first Indian to win the SAIL-SBI Open. Anirban Lahiri (65-69-67-73) and Prom Meesawat (72-64-68-70) had ended the regulation 72 holes with matching totals of 14 under 274 after Lahiri had fired a one over 73, punctuated by four birdies and five bogeys, and Meesawat shot a two under 70 in the final round. The two players thus headed for a play-off on the 18th hole. Prom, who had overcome a three-shot deficit to take a share of the lead with Lahiri from the 16th hole in regulation play, hit his tee shot at the first play-off hole into the bushes on the right. He had to take a penalty because of an unplayable lie and played the third shot to…