Tuesday, May 21, 2013



INSTITUTO CERVANTES DE NUEVA DELHI  -  CULTURA  -  26 MAYO 2013  -  Web

Cine: "El Somni"

  Cinema: "The Dream"
Ciclo de cine documental:
Desde la noche de los tiempos, un hombre camina delante de su rebaño al ritmo de las estaciones. El pastor trashumante pertenece a nuestro imaginario colectivo. Joan Pipa es uno de los últimos representantes de una tradición milenaria. Lo acompañamos en su último viaje trashumante hacia los Pirineos catalanes. Día tras día compartimos con él su intimidad, descubrimos el pasado y el presente de un hombre que ama su oficio y que respira la alegría de convivir libremente con la naturaleza. Pero el abandono de la tierra, la industrialización y el crecimiento desenfrenados, la fiebre urbanística, la multiplicación de nuevas infraestructuras y ahora el cambio climático ponen fin al sueño y nos conducen a un futuro incierto. ¿La desaparición de la trashumancia es un signo de progreso o la muerte de nuestra civilización?
 

 
AGENDA
21/05/2013
Sala de conferencias, 6:30pm. Entrada libre/Free enrty
Conferencia: "Cadenas de valor entre India y Latinoamérica"
Siguiendo de cerca la evolución de la iniciativa de la OCDE y la OMC, "Hecho en el mundo", la investigación de la doctora Soraya Caro se ha centrado en la identificación de casos en los que empresas de la India y de América Latina han desarrollado proyectos en los que se mejoran las cadenas de valor globales. Al menos 10 casos son notables a pesar de la dependencia de las exportaciones de América Latina en materia de recursos naturales. (+)
Talk: "Value Chains between India and Latin America"
Following closely the evolution of OECD and WTO initiative "Made in the World", Soraya Caro has been researching to identify cases in which Indian and Latin American companies were engaged in projects in which linkages to Global Value Chains were enhanced. At least 10 cases are remarkable spite of the path dependence of Latin America exports in natural resources. (+)
 
30/05/2013
Sala de conferencias, 6:30pm. Entrada libre/Free enrty
Conferencia: “Crónica de la más atípica, surrealista y fascinante vuelta al mundo de la historia moderna”
En 2008 Jaime empleó parte de sus ahorros en la compra de un todoterreno para partir a conocer el mundo. Atravesó raudo Europa hasta Rusia, y descendió por Asia Central: Kazajistán, Kirguistán, Tayikistán, Uzbekistán, Afganistán y Pakistán hasta llegar a La India. Jamás pernoctaba en hoteles, ni perdía oportunidad de quedarse un par de días en casa de cualquier persona interesante que se lo ofreciera y ante la duda siempre elegía el camino imposible, o como mínimo el más inhóspito que se le presentara. (+)
Talk: “Chronicle of the most surreal, atypical, and fascinating travel around the World of the modern times”
In 2008 Jaime used part of their savings in buying a four-wheel drive to go to see the world. Swiftly crossed Europe to Russia, and Central Asia descended: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan to reach India. Never spent the night in hotels, or lost opportunity to stay a couple of days at home of any interesting person who offered it and when in doubt always choose the path impossible, or at least the most inhospitable that presented itself. (+)
 

 
COMING SOON
PRÓXIMAMENTE

19/06/2013
Auditorio Instituto Cervantes
Concierto "De la felicidad"
Concert: "About Joy"

22/06/2013
Instituto Cervantes
Día E, el día de todos los que hablamos español
E Day, the day of all Spanish speakers
 EL INSTITUTO CERVANTES
EN EL MUNDO


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ESTAMBUL: Pinturas y esculturas de Manolo Valdés (+)
ISTANBUL: Paintings and sculptures by Manolo Valdés (+)
 
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PARÍS: Rutas Cervantes (+)
PARIS: Cervantes routes (+)
Agenda

 

 
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French Grand Prix race report
CRASH ENDS STORMING WEEKEND FOR MAHINDRA
Mumbai, May 19, 2013: A crash while fighting for top positions on a tricky wet-and-dry Le Mans circuit brought a strong weekend to a premature close for the only Indian team in motorcycle Grand Prix racing.

Mahindra rider Miguel Oliveira had qualified the Mahindra MGP3O second-fastest, and was lying fifth and fighting hard in a tight-packed group of six disputing the lead on the fourth of 24 laps of the 4.185-km Bugatti circuit at Le Mans.

As they began the fifth lap, into the very fast first corner, the white-and-red Mahindra was pushed to the edge of the track, and the teenager from Portugal was down. He was unhurt, but unable to restart.

Second rider Efrén Vázquez did not start, returning to Spain for surgery after suffering a fractured collar-bone in a crash in free practice.

The race was won by Spanish KTM rider Maverick Vinales. The next round is the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello in two weeks. Vázquez will be fighting for fitness to join Oliveira at the race, the fifth of 17 World Championship rounds in the Moto3™ class.

The MGP3O was designed and built over the winter, taking barely six months from conception to execution. The Mahindra team has had at least one if not both riders in the top-ten of every race so far, with a best of fifth for Oliveira at Austin in Texas.

MIGUEL OLIVEIRA – Did Not Finish
“Another rider tried to pass me on the straight, so I moved a little to the outside. It seems it was not a good idea – it must have been a bit damp. I lost grip on the front and slid off. Overall though it was a good weekend, and we made a step forward. We mustn’t lose focus for these small things. Now we must think of Mugello, and if we can keep running like this we are making good progress.”

MUFADDAL CHOONIA – Mahindra Racing CEO
“Firstly I would like to wish Efrén well for a speedy recovery after his surgery. As for the race, it was a bit of an anticlimax after such a promising weekend, and such good results for our brand-new bike from the start. But the positives are good – the potential of the bike, the potential of the rider and the potential of the team. This project is still in its very early stages and we had a lot of success early on. Now we continue to the next race, and keep positive.”

Kenyans Oloitiptip, Cherono emerge TCS World 10K champs

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Kenyans Oloitiptip, Cherono emerge TCS World 10K champs:
Suresh Patel, Sudha Singh are the fastest Indians
Bangalore, May 19, 2013: Kenyans Alex Oloitiptip and Gladys Cherono ran brave races in contrasting weather conditions to win the overall men’s and women’s titles of the Tata Consultancy World 10K Bangalore 2013, the World’s Premier 10K Run, which concluded at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium, here, on Sunday.
The 23-year-old Oloitiptip, not among the pre-race favourites, but with a personal best of 27.52, took pole position early in the race and held off challenges from fellow Kenyan Nicholas Kipkemboi and Ethiopian youngster Brihanu Legese to win in 28.07 minutes. He was followed home by Kipkemboi in 28.12 and Legese in 28.16.
Current World Cross Country champion Japhet Korir, could not live up to pre-race expectations, finishing a disappointing 17th in 29.59, while another fancied Kenyan Moses Masai finished 10th in 29.05
The women’s race, run in relatively hotter conditions, saw Gladys Cherono winning in 32.03 minutes, 5 seconds outsode the course record of 31.58, set by Yimer Wude in 2010. Gladys was followed home by Ethiopian Guteni Shone in 32.10 and Kenyan Esther Chemtai in 32.14. Kenyan Helah Kiprop failed to defend her title, finishing seventh in 32.26, while course record holder Yimer Wude was 9th in 32.54.
The overall male and female winners took home USD 21,000 each, with the second and third-placed runners winning 15,000 USD and 9,000 USD each respectively.
Suresh K Patel and Sudha Singh emerged winners among the men and women in the Indian category, finishing overall 20th and 14th respectively.
Suresh Patel, employed with ONGC and based in Dehradun, clocked 30.34, way outside the Indian men’s course record of 29.59, and was followed home by V L Dangi in 30.53 and Mohd Yunus in 30.58.
The women’s race was won by the Railways athlete Sudha Singh in a start to finish effort in 35.25, while Preeja Sreedharan, making a comeback after a layoff, took second place in 36.01, followed by O P Jaisha in 36.31. defending champion Monika Athare had to be content with fourth place.
The Nation’s Challenge saw Uttar Pradesh, represented by Sudha Singh, Suresh Patel and Mohd Yunus emerge winners and take home a purse of Rs 4.5 lakhs, followed by Maharashtra and Kerala.
Though the late night showers on Saturday had cooled temperatures a bit, humidity was high and with the male athletes not willing to force the pace, the course record slipped out of reckoning after the 5km mark. It was a tight bunch that went through the 5km mark, with Oloitiptip, Kipkemboi and Legese in the lead group, followed closely by Mike Kigen, Philemon Rono and Tanzanian Dickson Marwa. The three leaders then broke free at around 8km and entered the stadium with just a few strides separating them.
Oloitiptip stepped on the pedal in the final 350 metres to surge ahead and breast the tape for a well deserved win.
Elaborating on his run, Oloitiptip said “It was fantastic win for me. I had faith in my ability and believed that I could win the run. The first 5 kilometers were difficult and the conditions were humid but the fact that I was strong and well prepared in mind and body helped me do well.”
The women’s race too was closely contested with Lucy Kabuu setting the early pace and leading the bunch comprising Gladys Cherono, Guteni Shone and Esther Chamtai. It was after around 9 kms the Kabuu’s pace flagged, allowing Cherono to move ahead and lead Guteni and Esther into the stadium. Gladys had the stronger finish and warded off the other two to win comfortably.
“The run was my first in India and I am glad with my performance. The weather was humid, which made running a little challenging personally. The run was slow initially but became a lot faster later. I am glad that I overcame the odds and came out victorious. I had a small lead when we entered the stadium and decided to move faster and hold on to my position, said Gladys.”
Following are the final results:
Overall Elite Men:
Alex Oloitiptip(KEN) 00.28.07; Nicholas Kipkemboi (KEN) 00.28.12; Birhanu Legese(ETH) 00.28.16; Mike Kigen(KEN) 00.28.29; Philemon Rono(KEN) 00.28.37; Dickson Marwa(TAN) 00.28.50; Yitayal Atnafu(ETH) 00.28.50; Gideon Kipketer(KEN) 00.28.56; Henry Kiplagat(KEN) 00.29.03; Moses Masai(KEN) 00.29.05.
Overall Elite women:
Gladys Cherono(KEN) 00.32.03; Guteni Shone(ETH) 00.32.10; Esther Chemtai (KEN) 00.32.14; Lucy Kabuu(KEN) 00.32.18; Emily Chebet(KEN) 00.32.19; Pascalia Kipkoech(KEN) 00.32.22; Helah Kiprop (KEN) 00.32.26; Malika Asahssah(MAR) 00.32.41; Yimer Wude(ETH) 00.32.54; Worknesh Degefa (ETH) 00.33.13.
Indian Men:
Suresh KR Patel 00.30.34 (Overall 20); V L Dangi 00.30.53; Mohd. Yunus 00.30.58; Indrajeet Patel 00.31.20; Man Singh 00.31.20; Soji Mathew 00.31.34; Arjun Pradhan 00.31.41; Nandraj Singh Naruka 00.31.43; Karan Singh 00.31.45; Santosh K 00.31.53.
Indian Women:
Sudha Singh 00.35.25 (Overall 14); Preeja Sreedharan 00.36.01 (Overall 15); O P Jaisha 00.36.31 (Overall 17); Monika Athare 00.36.37 (Overall18); Lalita Babbar 00.37.06 (Overall19); Kiran Tiwari 00.37.17 (Overall 20); Jhumma Khatun 00.37.36; Sinimol Paul 00.37.43; Manisha Salunkhe 00.38.01; Swati Gadhave 00.38.31.
Nations Challenge:
1. Uttar Pradesh (Sudha Singh, Mohammed Yunus, Suresh KR Patel) 01:36:56; 2. Maharashtra (V L Dangi, Man Singh, Lalita Babbar) 01:39:18; 3. Kerala (Arjun Pradhan, O Sonaton Singh, Preeja Sreedharan) 01:39:58; 4. Punjab (O P Jaisha, Sandip Kumar, Soji Mathew) 01:40:16.
DHL Corporate Challenge:
1.HIGH ON MARATHON (1: 55:20); 2. FIT KIDS (2:04:33); 3.GOLDMAN SACHS TEAM (2:16:24).
NIKE College Face off:
Boys: 1. Toyota Technical Training Institute (Team I) 01.58.08 2. Toyota Technical Training Institute (Team II) 01.58.20. 3. S.E.A. College Team A Boys I 02.08.26.
Girls: 1. S.E.A. College Team A Girls I 02.37.17; 2. St Anthony College 02.45.59; 3. S.E.A. College Team B Girls II 03.35.41.
Kingfisher Bombaat Brigade:
Diya Foundation (Winner-Fight Against Dengue).
Bosco Group(Runner up-Save a Street Child, Save a Generation).
Kingfisher Sakkath Bangalorean:
Basava Raju N (Winner-Spot Fixing)
Anand Raj (2nd Runner Up-Crime Against Women).

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