Monday, November 30, 2015

Comments on imposing anti dumping duty on imports products from Bangladesh,Nepal

Dear All,
Ministry of Commerce and Industry Inviting Comments on imposing anti dumping duty on imports of jute products from Bangladesh and Nepal
This is for your kind intimation that the Government has found sufficient prima facie evidence of dumping of the “Jute Products” , originating in or exported from Bangladesh and Nepal , injury to the domestic industry and a casual link between the alleged dumping and injury exist to justify initiation of an anti dumping investigations.
The designated authority (Directorate General of Anti Dumping & Allied Duties) therefore hereby initiates investigation into the alleged dumping and consequent injury to the domestic industry in terms of Rule 5 of the Rules to determine the existence , degree and effect of the alleged dumping and to recommend the amount of anti dumping duty, which if levied would be adequate to remove the ‘injury’ to the domestic industry.
In this regard, Ministry of Commerce and Industry has invited the stakeholders of the concerned industry to submit the information relevant to the investigations in the following prescribed manner:
In order to make any submission (including Appendices/Annexure attached thereto) are required to file the same in two separate sets :
a. One set marked as Confidential (with title, number of pages, index etc.)
b. the other set marked as Non –confidential (with title, number of pages, index, etc.)
The “Confidential “ or “non-confidential” submission must be clearly marked as “confidential “ or “non-confidential” at the top of each page.
For information claimed as confidential , the supplier of the information is required to provide a good cause statement along with the supplied information as to why such information can not be disclosed.
Ministry of Commerce and Industry initiation notification  pertaining to anti-dumping investigation concerning imports of “Jute Product” originating in or exported from Bangladesh and Nepal  is attached herewith for your kind consideration.
Kindly send your suggestions or comments on the same latest by 26th November 2015 atresearch@phdcci.in  or rashmit@phdcci.in
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India comfortably goes through to the finals of the 8th Junior Men’s Asia Cup
Kuantan, Malaysia, 21st November 2015: Indian Junior Men’s Hockey team booked a berth in the final of the 8th Junior Men’s Asia Cup with a 6-1 win over Japan in the semi –finals. The match marked India’s second win over Japan in the tournament.
India started the first half with their usual flair and attacking play and within the first 12 minutes India opened their account through a field goal from Mandeep Singh.
Manpreet (jr.) added another goal to India’s tally in the next minute to take India 2-0 up in the semi -final. India didn’t look back after this and continued with their goal fest as Harmanpreet scored his 10th goal of the tournament from a penalty corner giving India a comfortable 3-0 lead. Vikramjit Singh’s field goal in the 27th minute consolidated India’s lead in the game.  The first half ended with the score at 4-0 in India’s favour.
Japan started the second half with an attacking intent and was rewarded with a penalty corner which was converted by Yamada Shota giving Japan a much needed breather. However India struck back fiercely in the 48th minute through a penalty corner conversion by Harmanpreet Singh taking his tally to 11 goals in the tournament. The margin of the win was extended even further with Varun Kumar scoring from a penalty corner to make it 6-1 in India’s favour and booking a berth for India in the finals.
“The boys played really well making it a great day for us in the tournament. We are one step away from winning the tournament and it is the time when we all need to keep our calm. The team is well drilled and hungry for more. We will take the next match as any other normal game and focus on putting up a good tight show” said Harendra Singh, Coach, Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team
India will play the winner of the semi –final between Pakistan and Korea tomorrow at Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium in Kuantan, Malaysia.
HOCKEY INDIA TEAM PARTNERS
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Shiv Naresh
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‘Leveraging International Cooperation to boost Indian Innovation Ecosystem’

November 30, 2015
Mr N.K. Sagar
Editor Topix, Europe, Germany-New Delhi
Enkay Sagar Holdings Pvt. Ltd.
Dear Mr Sagar,
Global R & D Summit 2015
‘Leveraging International Cooperation to boost Indian Innovation Ecosystem’
Dec 7th – 8th 2015: Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi
Greetings from FICCI!
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in collaboration with Department of Science & Technology, Government of India is organising its annual flagship event ‘Global R&D Summit 2015’ – a two day integrated conference and exhibition to be held from December 7-8, 2015, at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The theme of the conference is – ‘Leveraging International Cooperation to boost Indian Innovation Ecosystem’. Dr. Harsh Vardhan,Hon’ble Union Minister for Science & Technology & Earth Sciences, Govt. of India is scheduled to inaugurate the Global R & D Summit 2015 & Expo.
Last year, the Summit witnessed coming together of more than 70 subject- and domain- specific speakers from India and abroad who were engaged across 8 high-powered panel discussions and thematic sessions organized over the two days of the Summit. The audience turnout for the Summit was more than 400. Some of the countries which were represented in this summit included USA, France, UK, Japan, France, Sweden, Trinidad & Tobago, Germany, and South Korea. The Summit is attended in equal measures by representatives from the Government, Industry, and the Academia.
Concurrent to the conference, the summit will also host an exposition to showcase some of the major achievements and capabilities of leading R&D-focused organizations from industry, government and academia. It will offer tremendous opportunities for exhibitors to display some of their cutting-edge Innovations, Technologies, products and solutions to key customers, decision makers, business buyers, investors, scientific community and the media at large.The event aims to be a magnanimous milieu of policy-makers, startup leaders, innovators, investors, entrepreneurs, academia, industry, and international agencies. It will also render a high level networking opportunities with various actors from across the globe to Create, Connect and Collaborate to make the Indian Innovation Ecosystem the best in the World. Click on the hyperlink to download brochure and sponsorship dossier.
Considering the strategic role of your esteemed organisation in the R&D and innovation ecosystem of the country and its growing dominance in frontier areas of cutting-edge technology development, it is our immense pleasure to invite you to participate or nominate some of your colleagues and members of the organization to participate as “Delegates” for the conference. 
Kindly send the duly filled in Registration form (click here to download). Payment options are also mentioned in the same. You can also log in to our websitehttp://www.ficcirndsummit.com/ and make the payment online. Please note that only RTGS/NEFT/DD will be accepted after 30th November 2015. NO CHEQUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.ONLY CASH PAYMENT WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE ON-THE SPOT REGISTRATION DESK ON THE EVENT DAY.
For any further details, your office may please feel free to get in touch with my colleague Ms Sadia Khan / Ms. Anchal, T: +91-11-23487361/23487582, E-mail:sadia.khan@ficci.com / scitech@ficci.com
Please refer to the E-flyer below:
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She has just 3 months to get help from the Indian government.

Dear Naresh,
Aditi Chauhan is India’s first female footballer to play internationally. Her career might come to an end over a visa application. She has just 3 months to get help from the Indian government.

She’s Making India Proud! Let’s Help Aditi Chauhan!

Aaditya Chauhan 
India
” India’s female footballer, Aditi Chauhan fights for recognition and a Visa that allows her to follow her dreams.” – AlJazeera, Nov 22, 2015 
When we think of Indian Football, the first name that crops up in our mind is either that of Baichung Bhutia, IM Vijayan or more recently, Sunil Chetri. But there is a certain individual right now, who is currently in UK and toiling hard every single day to make her dreams come true and give Indian Women’s Footballthe attention it deserves.
Yes, you read it right. It’s a ‘She’ and we are talking about ‘Indian Women’s Football’.
To many of you this would make no sense. Many of you after reading this would be surprised to learn that India even has a Women’s Football team.  But for you folks, not only does India have a Women’s football team, they are ranked 56 out of 177 teams in the world while Men’s team is ranked 167 out of 209 teams. Doesn’t it make sense to support this cause?
One female who has made it to the world’s most followed league, English Premier league, is the Indian National Women’s Team Goalkeeper, Aditi Chauhan.
Not only has she signed a season-long contract with West Ham Ladies Football Club (WHLFC), Chauhan became the first Indian woman to play English league football. She was also recently awarded the ‘Woman in Football Award’ at the 3rd Asian Football Awards at the iconic Wembley Stadium.
She was also featured by top International and Indian daily, links mentioned below:
But despite all her achievements, she is uncertain of how her future would span out. She is not even sure if she will be able to finish her first season at WHLFC as her student visa expires in three months and her expenses are paid for by her parents back in India. WHLFC are unable to grant her a visa nor does the club pay for her contributions because of the FA league policies that prohibit a third tier English women’s league clubs from paying their players or sponsoring their visas.
But despite London’s increasing rent, a sportsperson’s dietary, fitness and travel expenditures, and a future that hinges on several ifs and buts, Chauhan toils hard everyday and gives the game all she’s got, for it’s the passion for the game that got her thus far, and she is confident that this would take her ahead too.
Let’s pledge our support and help Aditi get the support and help that she not only wants, but also deserves. Here’s what she needs:
  • Help from Indian government for her Work Visa so that she can continue her season at West Ham.
  • Financial support for her efforts.
  • Wishes from all Indians so that she can continue her journey and explore the path that has never been explored before and motivate thousands of females in India to take up the beautiful game.
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Dear Friends,
I am delighted to share with you the Annual Report 2015 for CPR, presented in a fresh format as part of a year-long focus on developing a new approach to communications. This report follows on the new logo we adopted, as well as the launch of our new website and social media channels.
As always, faculty and researchers at CPR have been extraordinarily productive, writing in different genres, and covering a range of the most pressing issues of our time—climate change, urbanisation, trade, regional integration in South Asia, India’s security challenges, land conflicts, environmental degradation, constitutional values, the nature of India’s democracy, and more.
The report provides a brief offering of what we have achieved over 2014-2015 to whet your appetite further. We hope you continue to find CPR’s work useful, thoughtful, provocative, and are grateful for your engagement with our work.
Best Regards,
Sincerely,
Pratap Bhanu Mehta
President and Chief Executive
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Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences receives ABP News Healthcare Leadership Award 

for Best Quality in Service Delivery in Healthcare
New Delhi, November 30, 2015: Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences Ltd. (MIMS) has received the Healthcare Leadership Award from ABP News for the Best Quality in Service Delivery in Healthcare. An independent panel of judges comprising of Mandy Saven, Head of Food, Hospitality Stylus, Saket V. Rao, Vice President, Housing.com, Lene Tourn, Partner, Uncomuns, Nitin Bahl, Country Marketing Manager, Motorola Solutions India Pvt. Ltd, Ralph Brunner, CMO, MetLife, Suhasini Kirloskar, Chief of Marketing, GS Lab, Siddhartha Choudhary, Global Marketing Head, Water health International and Ben Foo, ‎Marketing Director at McDonald’s Corporation Malaysia assessed healthcare providers that made the highest impact across performance and quality metrics and presented awards across 60 categories. Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences was recognized for their processes and quality improvements to ensure the best patient outcomes.
Dr. Rahul Menon, Chief Executive Officer of Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences said, ‘’This award is a validation of our efforts to ensure the highest quality standards to deliver safe, effective and compassionate care to our patients. Over the years we have focused on bringing the latest in medical advancements to improve health outcomes at affordable costs.’’

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