Monday, February 1, 2016

The Buddhist Times Delhi Daily
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
01 February 2016
Leisure Business Technology Environment WorldEducation #puranaquila #pragatimaidan
Today’s headline
Difference between revisions of “Jalandhar” – Travel guide at Wikivoyage
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Aam Aadmi Party Press Conference on Bhujbal kickback scam.
From: Preeti Sharma Menon  Mon, 1 Feb ’16 2:47p
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You are invited to the Aam Aadmi Party Press Conference at Lokmanya Sabhagriha at the Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh (Near Azaad Maidan) today 1st Feb 2016 at 4pm on Chhagan Bhujbal kickback, money laundering and disproportionate asset cases.
Press Conference will be addressed by Aam Aadmi Party Spokesperson and Leader Preeti Sharma Menon.
Sincerely,
Preeti Sharma Menon
National Spokesperson
Aam Aadmi Party
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The sagar online media Daily
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
01 February 2016
Technology Business Science Politics Art & EntertainmentWorld #socialmediamarketing #socialmedia
Today’s headline
What press freedom means
www­.koreatimes­.co­.kr– There are two sides to the existential value of small media outlets in the digital age. On the bright side, they make it possible to enrich the press world by dealing with news stories ordinarily s…
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 The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library

invites you to a Seminar
as part of the Birth Centenary Commemoration of Rani Gaidinliu of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India


at 10.00 a.m. on Thursday, 4 February, 2016
in the Seminar Room, First Floor, Library Building


on


                                  ‘Rani Gaidinliu and North-East India’

10.00 a.m.– 10.05 a.mWelcome
Shri Sanjiv Mittal,
Director, NMML
10:05 a.m. – 10.50 p.m.                Session I
The Legacy of Rani Gaidinliu
Chair:Dr. Rosemary Dzuvichu,
Nagaland University, Nagaland
Speakers:Dr. Aphun Kamei,
University of Delhi, Delhi
‘Of Little Known Fighter: Identity Movement and Politics of Ethnic Assertion in North-East India’
10.50 a.m.-11-.10 a.m.Tea/Coffee
11.10a.m. -1.25 p.m.        Session II
Gender Perspectives
Chair:Prof. Radhika SinghaSenior Fellow, NMML
Speaker:Dr. Ajailiu Niumai,
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
‘Rani Gaidinliu- The Iconic Woman of North-East India’
Dr. Rosemary Dzuvichu,
Nagaland University, Nagaland
‘Patriarchal Nationalism and Feminist Struggle in the Life of Rani Gaidinliu’
Dr. Rakhee Kalita Moral,
Former Fellow, NMML
‘Women and Nation: Glimpses from North-East India’
1.25 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.Lunch
2.30 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.              Session III 
Contemporary North-East India
Chair:Dr. Rakhee Kalita MoralFormer Fellow, NMML
Speaker:Ms. Catriona Child,
Independent Scholar, New Delhi
‘The Woman who was Mistaken for Rani Gaidinliu’
Dr. Babu P. Remesh,
Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi
‘The Social Exclusion of Migrants from North-East India’
                      All are welcome.
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The Sagar News views Daily
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
01 February 2016
World Art & Entertainment Technology LeisureBusiness Science #mac #iosdev
Today’s headline
Mobile payment news & views, January 1 – January 29
blog­.cellum­.com– Mobile payment news & views, January 1 – January 29 Welcome to the latest installment of our regular look at the top news and views from the world of mobile payments, with items selected because of…
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MUDRA SHOPS BE OPEN IN MARKETS FOR FINANCIAL INCLUSION OF SMALL BUSINESSES
CAIT URGE GOVT TO MAKE MUDRA AS AN INDEPENDENT REGULATOR 
Since the formal banking sector in India has failed to meet financial needs of small businesses in the Country, we call upon Union Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley to bring a law in next session of Parliament for making Micro Units Development & Refinance Agency (MUDRA) as an independent regulator, outside the ambit of RBI, to develop and regulate finance sector under MUDRA for catering to financial requirements of small businesses for which the MUDRA has been created by the Government.  To reach the last mile borrower, MUDRA shops should be open in markets where a common man can walk in easily and obtain small loans-added CAIT.
CAIT National President Mr. B. C.Bhartia & Secretary General Mr. Praveen Khandelwal regretted that RBI has never taken care of financial inclusion of small businesses with the result that only 4% of non corporate sector could able to receive finances from core banking sector. This factor and potential of small businesses prompted Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to launch MUDRA on 8th April,2015 with a clear mandate for “funding the unfunded”.  Thousands of existing lending eco-system consisting of Non Banking Finance Companies, Micro Finance Institutions, Trust and Societies under the ambit of Mudra for disbursement of MUDRA loans in order to achieve the goal of Mudra to reach out to last borrower.
 “If big businesses can have SEBI as their regulator and developer than Small Businesses deserves its own Regulator & Developer and even more in terms of MUDRA and therefore an enabling legislation may be brought in budget session of the Parliament making MUDRA as an independent Regulator & Developer”-added CAIT.
Both Mr. Bhartia & Mr. Khandelwal said that MUDRA is a powerful and innovative idea to connect World’s largest dis aggregated business ecosystem consisting of 5.77 crore non-corporate, self organised small businesses which is in real terms an employment driver in the tens of millions where other sectors are not even close to it. The sector is not supported by Credit from formal sources and is suffer from lack of access and high cost and is operating outside the formal system. There is a need to reel them in which in turn will culminate into increase in GDP & tax collection.

The Sagar media brief Daily
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
31 January 2016
Technology Business Art & EntertainmentScience Sports Leisure#socialmedia#marketing
Today’s headline
3 Social Media Marketing Options to Consider in 2016
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The Asian news Daily
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
01 February 2016
Art & Entertainment Sports PoliticsTechnology Business Leisure#mac #trumpwin
Today’s headline
Today: ASIA News, Jan 29, 2016
thumbnailwww­.interalex­.net – Jan 29, 2016 ASIA News, Jan 29, 2016 Latest Singapore News & Headlines, Top Stories Today … Singapore News – Get latest breaking news & top stories today in Singapore includes courts & crime, ……
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The Sagar Daily
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
01 February 2016
Leisure Science Technology Politics BusinessWorld #india#cauliflower
Today’s headline
Cops in Mumbai continue to harass couples on the streets for no reason
thumbnailwww­.mid-day­.com – Six months after the Mumbai Police were explicitly instructed in a circular to stop harassing couples in public places, this mid-day sting operation shows nothing has changed on the ground Just six…
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COAST GUARD DAY 2016: 

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The Indian Coast Guard is celebrating its 39th Anniversary on 01 Feb 16. With a modest beginning of just 7 ships in 1978 the service has grown into a formidable force with 119 ships, 62 aircraft and 42 stations. By the turn of present decade, the Coast Guard is likely to have an inventory of 150 ships and 100 aircraft.
As the fourth largest Coast Guard in the world the Indian Coast Guard has played a significant role in securing the Indian coasts and enforcing the regulations within the Maritime Zones of India. True to its motto “Vayam Rakshamah” meaning We Protect, the service has to its credit of saving 6929 lives and apprehending 13000 miscreants since inception. Keeping a hawk’s vigil on the Indian Coast, the service has provided a robust and impregnable coastal security mechanism which has led to seizure of contraband worth 600 crores since last one year.
In consonance with the Government policy of empowering women the ICG has employed Lady Officers in combat with the successful all women Dornier flight. Soon they will also be inducted in afloat platform that is ACV (Air Cushion Vehicle), for which they are presently undergoing training.
The President, Vice President, Prime Minister and Defence Minister in their message congratulated the Indian Coast Guard on completion of 39 glorious years of service to nation and appreciated the pivotal role played by the service in ensuring the nation interests in the Maritime Zones.

The traditional CG Reception ceremony held on the eve of Coast Guard Day was graced by the Hon’ble Raksha Mantri Shri Manohar Parrikar. Senior officials from the Ministry of Defence and other armed forces also graced the occasion.

Sagar Media Inc
Published by
Naresh Kumar Sagar
01 February 2016
Sports Leisure Education
Today’s headline
MAHESH SHARMA AND NANA PATEKAR TO INAUGURATE 18THBHARAT RANG MAHOTSAV
thumbnailenkaysagar­.wordpress­.com– Preparations are underway on a massive scale at the National School of Drama, as the institute is gearing up to host the 18thBharat Rang Mahotsav. The best of plays from around the world will be a …
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