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06 March 2016
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China’s Xi says he won’t allow Taiwan to be ‘split’ off again
thumbnailwww­.channelnewsasia­.com– BEIJING: China will never allow the tragedy of Taiwan being “split” off from the rest of the country to happen again, state media on Sunday quoted President Xi Jinping as saying, offering a strong …
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As a boy growing up in post-war Korea,

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06 March 2016
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Sagar News Post
thumbnailsagarnewspost­.wordpress­.com– As a boy growing up in post-war Korea, I remember asking about a tradition I observed: women going into labour would leave their shoes at the threshold and then look back in fear.  “They are wonder…
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06 March 2016
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thumbnailenkaysagar­.wordpress­.com– BBMP officials, members of local bodies can enforce ban The State Cabinet on Thursday cleared a final notification to ban the manufacture and use of various kinds of plastic items including carry b…
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China’s Xi says he won’t allow Taiwan to be ‘split’ off again

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06 March 2016
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China’s Xi says he won’t allow Taiwan to be ‘split’ off again
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Hong Kong government continues discrimination against online media

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06 March 2016
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Hong Kong government continues discrimination against online media – IFEX
thumbnailwww­.ifex­.org – This statement was originally published on ifj.org on 3 March 2016. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its affiliate the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA), in strongly o…
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Haryana Entitled to 9 BCM Yamuna Waters

Before CJI Bench of The Supreme Court
ERADI – Haryana Was Entitled to 9 BCM Yamuna Waters
March06, 2016 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com
Honorable CJI,
Justice TS Thakur,
Supreme Court of India
Reference – Yamuna & SYL Disputes Before Supreme Court
Respected Sir,
Honorable Justice TS Thakur led Supreme Court bench was annoyed when
dispute over the building of Renuka Dam came up on October15, 2015 –
but it is even more Shocking – Haryana was entitled to 9 BCM of water
between 1950-1994 made no efforts to Build Renuka-Lakhwar-Vyasi Dams
when price of Land required for Construction was DIRT CHEAP – didn’t
contribute its share even to use 5.73 BCM of Yamuna Waters.
STATES HAD FOUGHT OVER RIVER WATERS THAN USING WATER BUILDING DAMS
This WIPO awarded inventor had regularly petitioned to GoI since 1978
Record Floods in Yamuna River that could have wiped out East Delhi
that Delhi Should widen 300m Railway Bridge next IP Power Station to
500m or 750m for the safety of East Delhi and parts of rest of Delhi.
Source: – http://planningcommission.nic.in/reports/sereport/ser/wjc/wjc_ch1.pdf
Punjab Lost Rs.60,00,000 Cr+50,000 Killed – Haryana Rs.60,00,000 Cr
Punjab and Haryana had suffered Massive Economic Losses since 1950
from Delays in Building Storage Dams in Punjab and Haryana over Indus
& Upper Yamuna Basins. Dams on Beas & Ravi were built in 1994 and 2004
and no Storage Dam is built in Yamuna Basin even today. Losses are due
to No Flood Protection, Loss of Water Flowing in to Pakistan and to
Sea, Use of Hard Ground Water for Irrigation consuming 30% of Power
Available, Use of Ground Water for Drinking & other uses and
Agriculture Productivity Loss etc, Pollution etc. Punjab also lost
50,000 in Agitations. Economic Losses from all accounts are over
Rs.60,00,000 Cr each.
Undisclosed FACTS About Punjab & Haryana Water Disputes
Haryana Lost 3.3 BCM Share in 1994 Yamuna Agreement
1.]  As per agreement between Punjab & Haryana of 1954 – Punjab
[Haryana Since 1966] was entitled to 9.056 BCM of Yamuna Waters since
1950 till 1994. Haryana Made No Attempts to Build Storage Renuka,
Lakhwar & Vyasi Dams [Yamuna Dams] when it had 70%+ Share in Upper
Yamuna Basin.
2.]  As per 1994 Agreement between Haryana, UP, Himachal, Delhi &
Rajasthan – Haryana’s Share Was Cut 5.73 BCM or Loss of 3.3 BCM of
Water due to its INABILITY to Use 9.056 BCM Entitlements.
3.]  Storage Dams on Beas & Ravi Rivers were delayed and up to 20 BCM
overflowed in to Pakistan till Storage Dams were built 1994/2004.
4.]  As per ‘Seasonal Allocation in 1994 Agreement’ [Pending
construction of the storages] Haryana was Entitled to just 1.623 BCM
of Water out of 5.73 BCM annual entitlement for November-June 8
Months.
5. And Normal River Flows in November to June Months are just 2.927
BCM out 13 BCM average to be by Haryana, UP, Delhi, Rajasthan & HP.
REMEDY-1: –  CAG MAY BE DIRECTED TO ASSESS WATER & ECONOMIC LOSSES TO
PUNJAB & HARYANA DUE POLITICAL REASON & INCOMPETENCE SINCE 1950
REMEDY-2: –  Appoint ‘Monitoring Committee To Speedily Built Yamuna Dams’.
REMEDY-3: –  Haryana to Use Yamuna Waters than Demand Ravi & Beas Waters.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471,
9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power,
Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing,
Technologies and Projects
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UN Women, youth ‘Step It Up’ for gender equality at Raahgiri

Press Release

UN Women, youth ‘Step It Up’ for gender equality at Raahgiri

Photos: UN Women/Rineeta Naik
6 March (New Delhi): Ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March, UN Women Office for India, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka today organised a ‘Step It Up’ walk for gender equality at Raahgiri at Connaught Place in New Delhi. The early morning rain did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the hundreds of people – activists, youth, students and visitors who had converged on the traffic-free zone in central Delhi to join the walk.The call for “Planet 50:50 – let’s ‘Step It Up’ for gender equality!” resounded throughout the march, drawing the attention of other visitors who also joined in. Walkers carried banners with messages that called for equal work for equal pay, an end to violence against women and ‘Safe Cities’ for women and girls.
Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality is the theme for International Women’s Day2016. The United Nations observance on 8 March will reflect on how to accelerate the  2030 Agenda, building momentum for the effective implementation of the new Sustainable Development Goals. It will equally focus on new commitments under UN Women’s  Step It Up initiative, and other existing commitments on gender equality, women’s empowerment and women’s human rights.
“We’re asking governments to make concrete commitments to achieve the gender targets in the Sustainable Development Goals so that we can create an equal planet, Planet 50:50, by the year 2030,” said UN Women Representative Dr. Rebecca Reichmann Tavares. “These targets include ending violence against women, recognising the unpaid care work that women do, full and equal participation of women in political and economic decision-making, and equal rights to land and economic resources, among others.”
“Your support is essential!” Dr Tavares said to the energetic gathering at Connaught Place. “We count on you to take this message to elected representatives, policymakers, schools and colleges. I am delighted to also see so many men and boys here today – you’re setting an example by showing that gender equality is not a women’s issue – it involves all of us.”
International Women’s Day’s activities are shaped so as to urge implementation of national commitments to gender equality and women’s empowerment. So far, 90 governments have committed under UN Women’s 2015 call to action to governments to “Step It Up”, and all remaining governments are being encouraged to join the ‘Step It Up’ initiative. The call is expected to create global momentum towards the realization of Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development and create space for public advocacy at the national level to encourage the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
“This amazing chanting of ‘Step It Up for Planet 50-50’ was about young people sending a message to everyone everywhere, asking for an end to gender inequality by 2030,” said Planet 50-50 champion and youth advocate Saket Mani who also participated in the walk. “I want to live in a world where gender is no longer a form of discrimination and feminism is embraced by all genders.”
The public events will continue to be the signature public advocacy activity on and around International Women’s Day leading up to 2030 – the deadline for the Sustainable Development Goals.
About International Women’s Day
The United Nations began celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) on 8 March during International Women’s Year 1975. Two years later, in December 1977, the General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming a United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace to be observed on any day of the year by Member States, in accordance with their historical and national traditions.
International Women’s Day first emerged from the activities of labour movements at the turn of the twentieth century in North America and across Europe. Since those early years, International Women’s Day has assumed a new global dimension for women in developed and developing countries alike. The growing international women’s movement, which has been strengthened by four global United Nations women’s conferences, has helped make the commemoration a rallying point to build support for women’s rights and participation in the political and economic arenas.
Increasingly, International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.
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For more information:
Rineeta Naik
Communications Analyst
UN Women Multi Country Office for India, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka
Email: rineeta.naik@unwomen.org
Phone: 95605 97782

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