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“CATALONIA” AS A QUALITY BRAND IN INDIA,30112013

BARCELONA-CATALONIA WORKSHOP
25-27 November 2013
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“CATALONIA” AS A QUALITY BRAND IN INDIA, A DESTINATION WITH AN AMAZING LIFESTYLE AND REAL QUALITY OF LIFE, WHERE THERE IS DEFINITELY A “PASSION FOR LIFE”
Catalonia is the perfect destination for cultural, gastronomy, shopping, luxury, cruising, sports events and MICE trips.

Catalonia and its capital city, Barcelona, is purely Mediterranean Situated in the North-East of Spain, close to France and Italy.

Catalonia is Spain’s top tourist destination and the second most popular in Europe after the Paris region.

Along with Spanish, Catalonia has also its own language, Catalan, and its own distinctive identity.

The intercontinental airport of Barcelona is the perfect gateway to Catalonia, the rest of Spain and Europe.

Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Turkish Airlines connect India with Barcelona and Catalonia via Dubai, Doha, and Istanbul, respectively, amongst many other European national…
Modi,Nitish Shiela to address rallies in Delhi30112013
The chief of various political parties  BSP, BJP, Congress,JDU,are in Delhi to lure voters to cast their votes on Dec 04 ,2013 for the seventy legislature assembly election,Delhi with cosmopolitan population with migrant population rising in large proportion,social media and mobile in action brings the poll to interesting end.
Urban poor to rich and super rich Delhi find its   politicians making various models to convince their suitability.Money,muscle,community, rumors,self style leaders with self praise walk the streets of Delhi to build their political base.
Congress which has been ruling this tiny state from last fifteen years has completely evaded and overlooked the interest of the common man. With rising cost of electricity,water,LPG,and public transport the common man loaded with government high cost amenities and open market of essential eatable rising cost every day,week has made the 1.30 Cr people ex…
China scrambles jets after US, Japan planes enter new air zone30112013 China scrambled several fighter jets to monitor military planes of the US, Japan and South Korea in its newly de clared air defence zone over the East China Sea amid a call by President Xi Jinping to the PLA to enhance war capabilities. The Chinese fighter jets identified and monitored the two US and 10 Japanese aircraft during their flights through the zone early Friday, Defense Ministry spokesman Colonel Shen Jinke was quoted as saying by the state-run China News.
He made no mention of any further action.
“Several combat aircraft were scrambled to verify the identities” of US and Japanese aircraft entering the zone, the state-run Xinhua news agency said, citing an air force official.
Colonel Shen said on Thursday said several fighter jets and an early warning aircraft from the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force conducted normal air patrols in the East China Sea Air Defence Identification Zone (ADI…
Serbian Film Director Kosovcevic: Violence does not solve any problemDirector of Serbian film ‘The Whirlpool’, Bojan Vuk Kosovcevic said that his film gives the message that through violence you will never get anything good. During a media interaction, ‘Meet the Director’ at the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Panjim, Goa today, he said, Indian films are liked by Serbian people for their artistic appeal.

He said that ‘The Whirlpool’, is set in the second half of the 1990s in Belgrade against the backdrop of disintegration of Yugoslavia and its socio-economic impact on Serbia. He said that social extremes were apparent everywhere in Serbia especially among the youth during the collapse of Serbia. He said that due to war, inflation, physical isolation and sanctions, Serbia was becoming a kind of closed society, which was most visible in Serbia’s capital, Belgrade. He said, his film ‘The Whirlpool’ is about this isolated …
Goa police:Complainant before a magistrate & summons Tarun Tejpal27112013
A political build up is on rise in disguise of various stories which are building around Tarun the media personality which reflects the cozy coterie and is third biggest clash of political titan. Coalition politics will give rise to various wagering pacts and understanding and its result however will be that of ‘Cash for vote’ scam. But the ego ride could be tough days for media icon. Let us ask ourselves are we trying to do self introspection and let these sensational stories in the edifice of Savior laws are of extreme steps. Lots of contemplation may not get us to some results  as the saying goes on everything is fair in game of love and war. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.Masses needs the fertile brain and professionals to lend their mind in constructive program-me rather than  creating sensation for smaller ends. Sushma Swaraj alleging, Congress party was shielding Tejpal. “Union …
IMF chief to pay first visit to Myanmar27112013
IMF chief Christine Lagarde will next month pay her first visit to Myanmar as the once authoritarian government pursues reforms that have fueled growth, the global lender said. Lagarde will visit Myanmar’s showcase capital Naypyidaw and its largest city Yangon during the December 6-7 visit, which will come after stops in South Korea and Cambodia. “I will visit three countries in different stages of transition — Korea, the world’s 13th largest economy; Cambodia, a frontier economy on the rise; and Myanmar, undergoing a great awakening to countless possibilities,” Lagarde said in a statement released on Tuesday.  In Myanmar, Suu Kyi will meet with government and economic leaders as well as opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel laureate who spent most of the past two decades under house arrest and has now entered democratic politics, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice said. The International Monetary Fund and World Bank have been expanding t…
Thai protesters besiege govt buildings, call on PM to quit
Updated on : 26-11-2013 03:50 PM A Thai court on Tuesday approved an arrest warrant for a top anti-government leader as thousands of demonstrators besieged government buildings demanding beleaguered Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's resignation.

"We sought an arrest warrant for Suthep (Thaugsuban) and the Criminal Court just approved it," said Colonel Sunthorn Kongklam of Bang Sue police station in the capital.

"I ask him to surrender, otherwise police can arrest him on sight."

Thousands of protesters continued their siege of government buildings which began yesterday as the Parliament discussed a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.

Demonstrators surrounded the interior, agriculture, transport, and sports and tourism ministries, ordering officials inside to leave, a day after they broke into the finance and foreign ministries and cut off electric and water supply.

Sut…
Oldest 'shrine' discovery suggests Buddha lived in 6th Cen BC
Updated on : 26-11-2013 02:39 PM Archaeologists have unearthed the earliest ever 'Buddhist shrine' at Buddha's birthplace in Nepal, which suggests the sage may have lived in the 6th century BC, two centuries earlier than thought.

Excavations within the sacred Maya Devi Temple at Lumbini in Nepal, a UNESCO World Heritage site long identified as the birthplace of the Buddha, uncovered the remains of a previously unknown sixth-century BC timber structure under a series of brick temples.

This is the first archaeological material linking the life of the Buddha - and thus the first flowering of Buddhism - to a specific century, according to the research co-led by Robin Coningham from Durham University, UK. The timber structure contains an open space in the centre that links to the nativity story of the Buddha himself - his mother Queen Maya Devi gave birth to him while holding on to a tree branc…
India, Malaysia sign MoU to boost co-operation
Updated on : 25-11-2013 08:25 PM India and Malaysia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday to strengthen co-operation in public administration and governance as part of the efforts to enhance their strategic partnership.

The MoU covers eight areas of co-operation including human resource management, e-governance, public delivery system, accountability and transparency, skills and capacity building and quality results.

The MoU was signed by Malaysia's Public Service Department Director-General Mohamad Zabidi Zainal and the Secretary of India's Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Sanjay Kothari.

Zabidi said the MoU was a strategic cooperation and collaboration to strengthen ties between the two countries. He added that apart from that it could also assist in socio-economic development through an efficient, accessible, tran…
Discover Germany Workshop26112013








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Greetings from The German National Tourist Office, India.
We acknowledge your registration at the Discover Germany Workshop to be held tomorrow 26th November, 2013. Look forward to your presence at the event and thank you for your support as always. Please find below the details of the venue-
Date:       26th November 2013
Venue:The Ballroom
The Imperial, Janpath
New Delhi- 110001 India Telephone: (91-11) 23341234
Time:  10:00 hrs – 14:00 hrs Time:  10:00 hrs – 14:00 hrs
10:00 – 10:30                  Registration 10:30 – 14:00                  B2B session 14:00 onwards                Lunch  
The Panel includes –
Mr. Ashsih Sharma               - Representing Saxony Tourism, Germany Ms. Annette Biener             - Representing Frankfurt City, Germany Ms. Irina Ens                         – Representing Deutsche Bahn, Germany Mr. Sebastian Worel           -  Representing Alpha Travel Consultants, Germany Mr. Hans Hadbawnik          – …
SAD LAMBASTS CONGRESS SAD LAMBASTS CONGRESS FOR JUSTIFYING  1984 SIKH MASSACRE Newdelhi, November 25 : The Shiromani Akali Dal lambasted the PPCC Spokesman Mr. Sukhpal Singh Khaira for his comments justifying 1984 sikh massacre and described the statement as double standards of the Congress leader.             Reacting strongly to the statement of Mr. Khaira, the SAD Secretary and Spokesman Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema said that during a workshop of Congress party’s spokespersons in Delhi Mr. Khaira himself had questioned the party high command that how should the spokespersons  justify 1984 massacre before the media ? But it is ironical to see the same PPCC Spokesman now coming with a strange logic to defend the Congress in Delhi state assembly elections.             Dr. Cheema further said that on one hand the Congress party has given a ticket to the son of Mr. Jagdish Tytler, prime accused in 1984 anti sikh riots, sending the impression that Congress party still stands committed to the …
HE Princes Belgian Economic Mission with FICCI delegates25112013 Dy PM and Foreign Minister of Belgium


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Volcanic alert for Mount Sinabung, on Sumatra,25112013 Indonesia has ordered the evacuation of 15,000 people from their homes near an active volcano as it pushed up the alert for emergency to the highest levels. Officials on Sunday raised the volcanic alert for Mount Sinabung, on Sumatra, after it began throwing clouds of ash, gravel and gas as high as 5,000m, according to government volcanologists but no casualties have been reported so far. “We have raised the status to ‘caution’, which is the highest of levels for volcanic activity because we anticipate
there will be more eruptions and because the intensity of eruptions has been increasing,” the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said in a written statement. About 6,000 people have already been moved from the area, 88km from Medan, the capital of North Sumatra province, and were placed in 16 safe locations. Authorities narrowed the evacuation radius to 5km from 3km and the military geared up to move residents out. Media agencies
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