Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is re-elected to a third term

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is re-elected to a third term in office thus making way for his socialist revolution even as he seeks to woo foreign investment in the resource-wealthy Andean nation.
“We will be present wherever we can be useful, wherever we can best serve our fellow citizens and our Latin American brothers,” Correa told supporters who gathered in front of the presidential palace in Quito on Monday.
Rafael, 49-year economist defeated his nearest rival by more than 30 percentage points, according to results ratified by the National Electoral Council.
His  victory put up  Latin America’s most outspoken critic of US, Correa’s closest challenger, former banker Guillermo Lasso has conceded defeat, congratulating Correa for “a victory deserving respect”. Leftist leaders’s social and economic programmes have made him a popular leader, with an approval rating of nearly 85 percent.

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is re-elected to a third term

Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is re-elected to a third term in office thus making way for his socialist revolution even as he seeks to woo foreign investment in the resource-wealthy Andean nation.
“We will be present wherever we can be useful, wherever we can best serve our fellow citizens and our Latin American brothers,” Correa told supporters who gathered in front of the presidential palace in Quito on Monday.
Rafael, 49-year economist defeated his nearest rival by more than 30 percentage points, according to results ratified by the National Electoral Council.
His  victory put up  Latin America’s most outspoken critic of US, Correa’s closest challenger, former banker Guillermo Lasso has conceded defeat, congratulating Correa for “a victory deserving respect”. Leftist leaders’s social and economic programmes have made him a popular leader, with an approval rating of nearly 85 percent.

Seventeen rookies to make PGTI debut in Chandigarh


Chandigarh, February 18, 2013: Seventeen rookies will make their debut
on the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) during the PGTI Players
Championship at Chandigarh Golf Club which begins on February 19.
The seventeen players making their professional debut in Chandigarh
qualified to play on the PGTI through the PGTIⳠ2013 Qualifying
School which was held in December 2012 at the Royal Calcutta Golf
Club, Kolkata. All these players received their PGTI badges from Mr.
Uttam Singh Mundy (Director, PGTI) at the Chandigarh Golf Club on
Monday.
These players include some of the top Indian amateurs in recent years
such as the Bangalore duo of Khalin Joshi (2013 PGTI Qualifying School
winner) and S Chikkarangappa, Kapurthala lad Ashbeer Saini, Angad
Cheema of Panchkula, DelhiⳠHoney Baisoya and Shubhankar Sharma of
Gurgaon.
The others making their professional debut this week are Abhishek
Kuhar (Gurgaon), Sahil Kulkarni (Delhi), Sk Pappu (Kolkata), Amar Jeet
Baisoya (Delhi), N Thangaraja (Sri Lanka), Sk Kader Ali (Kolkata),
Bhawani Singh Parmar (Srinagar), Rohan Sood (Delhi), Martin S
(Bangalore), Siddharth Semwal (Delhi) and Raja Sardar (Kolkata).

Sahachari Foundation Announces Design One 2013

Lakshmi Nair, Arti Shetty, Nayantara Janardhan & Srimant Yashodhara Raje Scindia with the donated cab
Sahachari Foundation announces the third edition of Design one in New Delhi.Design one brings together both established and upcoming designers with unique offering of distinct,carefully selected fashion and accessories.Endeavour of the foundation to raise awareness and funds for NGO’S, promoting talent from across the country.Foundation has funded activities of eleven deserving NGOs,the Design One this year is scheduled in the lawns of The Lodhi, hotel, on Lodhi Road new Delhi open to public on Feb 27, 2013from1pm to 7pm and Feb 28, 2013 from 10.30 am to 7pm.

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