Friday, February 10, 2012

FICCI – DRDO Conference on CBRN

FICCI – DRDO Conference on CBRN

B2B Meeting in FICCI – DRDO Conference on CBRN
(Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear)
Disaster Management & Security,
Feb 16 – 17, 2012, New Delhi
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Disasters are potential threats to business and community both due to their severe nature for mass destruction. CBRN emergencies may occur due to accidental spills, chemical reactions, biological agents, exposure to radioactive & nuclear material.  CBRN risks have increased due to trafficking and dual-use nature of CBRN Materials.
Industries must protect themselves by safeguarding and procuring equipment, control devices, safety & protective clothing, securitizing their systems and assets against these threats. Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO), Government of India jointly with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), UK-CBRN and Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of United Kingdom is organizing a “Conference and Exhibition of CBRN Disaster Management & Security” at FICCI, Delhi on Feb. 16-17, 2012.
The objectives of the conference cum exhibition would be a) Harnessing  Inherent Potential to Develop an Export Agenda for Globally Useful Technologies b) Assessing Potential Foreign Technologies Available for Acquisition and Co-development c) Identification of Grey Areas Both in R&D Sector and Industrial Sector for Joint Partnership; d) Devising Mechanism to Foresee Futuristic Common Needs in CBRN Defence and Road Ahead.
We are expecting more than 200 delegates from throughout India and abroad to attend the two days conference cum exhibition on Feb 16-17, 2012. More than 15 UK organizations are exhibiting their products, services and technologies as well as they are interested in meeting Indian businessmen for B2B meetings. The b2b meetings will be held on Feb 17, 2012 during 10:00 a.m onwards. A registration form has been uploaded on website to register for b2b meetings. The areas of business interest of UK Companies are :
Respiratory Protection, Detection & Protection, Warning & Reporting, Skin Decontamination, Chemical Detection, Medical Counter Measures, Medical

Pak PM appeal dismissed before Supreme Court

Pakistan's Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani against a contempt of court charge. Mr. Gilani is set to be charged on Monday with failing to reopen corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari.

Analysts say the rejection of the appeal will prolong a stand-off between the government and the judiciary.

The Prime Minister, who appeared before the court last month, faces jail and being barred from office, if convicted. Mr. Gilani argues that the president, who denies the corruption charges, has immunity as head of state.

Eight of the court's judges, headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, heard the appeal. They upheld an earlier order which called upon the government to write to the Swiss authorities to ask them to reopen corruption proceedings against Mr. Zardari. Mr. Gilani's lawyer, Aitzaz Ahsan, said the Prime Minister would now appear before the court on Monday.

NNFI ask ECI Name of Candidate, Party, your query in each case to CBDT

Date: February 9, 2012

From: Promod Chawla – NNFI Trustee, 131-132, Som Dutt Chambers 1, 5 Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi 110066 Website: em: / /
 To: CPIO, Election Commission of India, Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road,
New Delhi 110001
Respectfully, Dear Sir,


Subject: Application under RTI Act 2005

1 This has reference to SC Order of March 13, 2003 in Civil Appeal No.490 of 2002 + ECI related orders including 3/ER/2003/JS-II of March 27, 2003 & as recent as your letter No.4/RTI/35/2011/644 of 26 April 2011. Plus all ECI related orders from March 13, 2003 to now.
2 Using Common Sense - No where did SC verdict dissuade ECI from being proactive in Right to Information for a Voter to make in Elections, an Informed updated choice.
3 Over period 1 April 2010 to date Feb 9, 2012 kindly provide a listing of all cases of Disproportionate Assets declared - accumulated which have been referred by ECI to CBDT detailing:
3.1 For which Elections as it could be Bye – Elections or Assembly / Parliamentary - MLA / MP
3.2 Name of Candidate, Party, alongside what declared earlier & at time of Reference. Your exact query in each case to CBDT..
3.3 Provide copies of all Reminders sent to CBDT after making a reference.
3.4 What Information came in from CBDT & what use, if any, your good selves put it to. Kindly make available related correspondence - When? With what results?
Thank you Sir, for reverting,
Yours Truly
Promod Chawla - Trustee, NNFI
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good Gov. Subodh Bhargava, Promod Chawla, Jai Kumar, Samuel Paul,
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