Thursday, November 7, 2013

North East Festival – a complete kaleidoscope of North East Region

-        First ever festival showcasing the vibrant future, present & past of North East India

-        The only complete festival to share current security, cultural, social, economic, tourism-related, food, handicrafts, fashion and mindset issues of North East India

New Delhi, 6th November, 2013: During an autumn of focus on North East India, where New Delhi has witnessed several specific small windows to the region, North East Festival 2013, promises to open the complete North East India to people of the Capital.

In a two day carnival which is going to be held in New Delhi on 8th& 9th November, 2013 at the IGNCA it will celebrate and showcase not only the cultural & traditional past, present and future of the region but also wishes to create awareness about the region and showcase its prospects and potentials.

The two day festival which would see the participation of the Dy Chairman of Planning Commission, Union Ministers, Chief Ministers from the region,  Chief Secretaries, intellectuals etc. The event is a combined effort of various prominent personalities of North East and organised by Trend MMS, the reputed Trust of the region and is supported by All Eight States of NER, supported by Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of DoNER will be the biggest such event outside of the North East. It will have dances, musical performance, photography exhibition, ethnic food stalls, ethnic handicrafts and handloom stalls, exhibition of all NER States, fashion show, photography exhibition as well as serious discussion on the issues of security, tourism opportunities, employment options, and such issues near to the hearts of North East Indians.

North East Festival will be inaugurated by Montek Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Paban Singh Ghatowar, Union Minister of DoNER and Smt. Krishna Tirath, Minister of State, Ministry of Women and Child Development four Chief Ministers, all the Chief Secretaries of NER States. The first day of the North East Festival will witness discussion onNorth East India as a central focus of India’s Look East Policy and Internal Security of North East” where keynote speakers will be Mr Ranjan Mathai, former Indian Foreign Secretary, Mr Anil Goswami, Union Home Secretary of India in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Mr GK Pillai, former Home Secretary of India & Mr PC Halder, former Intelligence Bureau (IB) director. In this session these opinion makers would discuss critical issues faced by the region including internal security, peace process with insurgents, North East as central focus of India’s Look East Policy and progress made so far.




7 11 2013
Orlando Offers a Flurry of Festive Events This Holiday Season

Orlando is offering visitors the gift that keeps on giving with 59 days of unique winter holiday celebrations throughout the entire destination. From Nov. 8 to Jan. 5, tourists can experience all the joy of the season while basking in Orlando’s year-round sunshine.

Visit Orlando will be sharing ideas and tips to help visitors get the most fun out of their holiday vacation, on visitorlando.com/holidays.

Holidays at the Theme Parks
Home to seven of the world’s top theme parks, Orlando celebrates the holiday season like nowhere else. From spectacular fireworks displays to festive live entertainment, Orlando’s theme parks offer something for every member of the family.

  • Walt Disney World Resort offers some of the most elaborate of seasonal festivities, with more than 1,300 decorated trees and 8.5 million lights strung throughout the property. For several weeks around the holidays, guests celebrate the season with Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom Park, Holidays Around the World at Epcot, and the dazzling Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Guests can also ring in the New Year with a variety of entertainment, including the Electrical Parade and special dining events across Disney.

  • Universal Orlando Resort celebrates the classic tale of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” with Grinchmas at Islands of Adventure, featuring live musical shows, meet and greets with the Whos of Who-ville and appearances by The Grinch himself. Guests can also visit Universal Studios to experience Macy’s Holiday Parade, presenting floats and balloons direct from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. On New Year’s Eve, CityWalk comes alive with performances by national acts, a gourmet buffet and nightclub entertainment.

  • SeaWorld Orlando’s annual Christmas Celebration runs for six weeks, beginning Nov. 23. SeaWorld offers special shows and attractions, including Shamu Christmas Miracles, Winter Wonderland on Ice and The Polar Express Experience. Guests can count down to New Year’s Day and enjoy live music and spectacular fireworks display.

  • LEGOLAND Florida will feature Christmas Bricktacular, a celebration with daily appearances by Santa Claus, a 270,000-LEGO-brick Christmas tree and other seasonal creations. Kids can also participate in their very own countdown to 2014 during a giant, LEGO brick drop at “Kids Standard Time,” otherwise known as 7 p.m. 

Celebrations Outside the Theme Parks
From giant gingerbread creations to two million pounds of ice, Orlando’s seasonal celebrations extend beyond the theme parks. Visitors looking for unique ways to celebrate are sure to find new favorites in local traditions.
 
  • Leu’s Holiday House, part of Orlando’s downtown botanical garden Leu Gardens, gives visitors a unique look at the historic estate and gardens trimmed and decorated for the holidays.

  • The Festival of Trees at the Orlando Museum of Art showcases “All That Glitters,” featuring dozens of adorned trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses on display, as well as for purchase.

  • ICE! At Gaylord Palms, an award-winning attraction carved by a team of 40 skilled artisans, features more than two million pounds of hand-carved ice sculptures, including Frosty the Snowman, four ice slides and a live ice-carving station.




For more information, please contact

Jasmine Roy
Manager- Corporate Communications
Visit Florida
Tel: +91 22 42163144
Mobile – 9004690231




Ranveer & Deepika still a couple

7 11 2013

They say when you are in love you want to scream at the top of your lungs, tell the whole world and shout it from the highest mountain. But it’s completely a different story altogether in Bollywood.
Recently the rumored lovers Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh came on the set of༢>Star Plus⊓tar Verdict to talk about their upcoming flick Raam Leela, where they also spoke about their alleged love story.
When host of the show༢>Anupama Chopra asked Ranveer about him being in loveria as per an interview, the actor said, 㼩>Maine who interview Madhoshi mein diya tha! Actually, I was on medicatios then as I was still recovering from dengue. You know whatever I normally say is in jest, so whoever asks me about my relationship status I give such answers.伯i>
The couple has been spoken about a lot in the recent times and the chemistry has been undeniable but when asked about their love report, they both unanimously said, 㼩>This is all hog wash䮼/span>
Well, their such statements clearly gives us a picture that link ups, break-ups, heartache are all well scripted in Hindi films as well as in the real lives of the stars.
To watch more tune-in to Star Verdict Saturday 9th November at 7:30 pm. on Star Plus




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There’s new momentum to close Gitmo and we need your help to seize this crucial moment.
The Senate will soon vote on the annual defense bill, and it includes provisions to prosecute or transfer the remaining 164 detainees. Combined with President Obama’s renewed engagement on this issue, this could finally be the beginning of the end of Gitmo.
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8th (Fri) to 12th (Tue) November, 2013, 6:30pm – 8:00 pm
Casuarina Hall
India Habitat Centre
Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003

SAMSARA AND NIRVANA
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Ven. Geshe Lhakdor

 
Ven. Geshe Lhakdor has served His Holiness the Dalai Lama as his translator and religious assistant since 1989. In this capacity he has accompanied His Holiness to many important conferences and forums throughout the world. He has translated numerous books by His Holiness from English to Tibetan and from Tibetan to English. He is also the Director of the Central Archive of His Holiness, a member of the Advisory Board of the Institute of Tibetan Classics in Montreal, Canada, and an Honorary Professor at the University of British Columbia, Canada. He is, at present, the Director of the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives and head of Science Education Project.


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YAMAHA cordially invites you to the third final of BRO’s
 
Cricket League between the teams of North Zone in
 
Shivaji College, New Delhi
 
                                                                                                                                     
Event Details:
 
Venue: Shivaji College, Ring Road, Raja Garden, New Delhi, India
Date:  Friday, 8th November, 2013
Time:  1:30 PM




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7 11 2013
 

 
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Net direct tax collections increased to Rs. 2,84,339 crore during April- October 2013-14 as against Rs. 2,50,900 crore during corresponding period of last year posting a growth of 13.33%. The collection of wealth tax registered a growth of 5.8%, which stood at Rs. 560 crore in Apr- October 2013-14 as against Rs. 529 crore during the same period last year, while the collection of securities transaction tax (STT) stood at Rs. 2,645 crore with growth of 5.6% during Apr- October 2013-14.
 
 
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