Saturday, November 23, 2013


Photo Glimpse of Delhi Events

23 11 2013



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Shabnam Hasmi Press Conference at IWPC


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Kajol with Children at IGNCA


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Philippine typhoon death toll surpasses 5,200
Philippine typhoon death toll surpasses 5,200Updated on : 22-11-2013 08:22 PM
The number of people confirmed killed when a super typhoon devastated the Philippines surpassed 5,200 on Friday, the government said, making it one of the country's deadliest natural disasters.


The official death toll from the storm jumped by nearly 1,200 to 5,209, with another 1,611 people still missing, the spokesman for the government's disaster management council, Reynaldo Balido, said. 

Super Typhoon Haiyan flattened dozens of towns across the central Philippines on November 8, bringing some of the strongest winds ever recorded and generating tsunami-like storm surges.

Balido said the death toll rose sharply today, increasing from 4,015, after officials reported body counts from communities outside the worst-hit areas.

"If you notice, there was not much movement in the death toll for the past few days. This was because the reporting rules required a casualty report signed by the city mayor and his health officer," he said.

"Now, the reports are coming in from the entire typhoon area." 

The Philippines endures a seemingly never-ending pattern of deadly typhoons, earthquakes, volcano eruptions and other natural disasters.

It is located along a typhoon belt and the so-called Ring of Fire, a vast Pacific Ocean region where many of Earth's earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. 

But Haiyan now stands as one of the deadliest natural disasters ever recorded in the country, and the worst typhoon.

The only other natural disaster to rival Haiyan was a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.9 earthquake in 1976 that killed between 5,000 and 8,000 people on the southern island of Mindanao.

More than four million people were displaced, mainly on the poor, farming islands of Samar and Leyte. 

The disaster has triggered a giant, international relief effort, with dozens of countries and relief organisations rushing to deliver food, water and health services to isolated communities. 

The US military has performed the highest-profile role, while Japan has sent more than 1,000 troops in its biggest deployment since World War II. 

China, which is embroiled in a long-running territorial dispute, has also sent a 300-bed hospital ship and relief supplies. 

UN climate change conference has entered its final day,

 UN climate change conference has entered its final day, with delegates still sharply divided over a planned new framework to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The COP 19 climate change conference in Warsaw, Poland, is scheduled to end on Friday. Talks on the last day will focus on the details of a new global framework that's due to be adopted in 2015 and take effect in 2020.

During discussions, officials studied a plan to require all countries and territories to submit their voluntary emissions reduction targets, and to assess them internationally before making the goals final.

A draft proposal by the working group chairperson calls on countries to submit their targets a certain period ahead of the 2015 conference.

But developing nations led by China, India and the Philippines are against discussing post-2020 targets. They say industrialized countries are not doing enough to cut emissions before that year.

The 2 camps are also divided on funding for developing countries. One program would disburse funds to help such countries reduce emissions. Another would compensate them for damage caused by abnormal weather conditions.
AAP invites Delhi to Jantar Mantar on November 23
Come out and be an Aam Aadmi – Jeet ki goonj
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party invites the Aam Aadmi – every citizen of Delhi - to come out and make their presence count in the democratic revolution.
On November 23 (tomorrow), AAP is organizing biggest gathering of its friends and supporters. People from across India would be joining us to support AAP’s goal of clean and honest political alternative. The entry for the event starts at 2pm. 
Several singers from Mumbai and other parts of the country are also going to join us that day to support AAP in its efforts of cleaning the system. Some of them who would be part of the programme that day are Vishal Dadlani, Ranvir Shorey, Meiyang Chang, Shilpa Rao, Rabbi Shergill, Jasbir Jassi, Aditi Singh Sharma, Swanand Kirkire, Shruti Pathak, Mohan & Koco among others.
All these people have repeatedly voiced support for AAP and wanted to be part of this history. These creative and talented people will appeal to Delhi to vote for the ‘imaandaar party – the Aam Aadmi Party’ in their own distinct styles to ‘Vote for Change’.
They will encourage and appeal every citizen of Delhi come out and vote. They will appeal to Delhi to lead the nation in the democratic revolution which is required to cleanse the corrupt political system.
The party invites people from all walks of life in Delhi to reach Jantar Mantar and become part of the historic change that Delhi is witnessing.
It would be a fitting stage for AAP leaders to directly talk to people. People can not only interact with AAP’s leaders during the gathering, they can also learn more about AAP’s plans.
We request youth of the city, who has been the main pillar of our strength, come out in large numbers and see their dreams turning into reality live. Youth of India is the future of the country and they are ready to rock the ballot too this time – “Is baar sirf vote nahin denge, is baar jhadu chalayenge”.
NOCERA LOOKING FOR REPEAT SUCCESS IN INDIA
New Delhi 22 November, 2013: Gwladys Nocera will be the player to watch when she tees up in the Hero Women’s Indian Open at Delhi Golf Club from November 28-30.
The latest Ladies European Tour winner, who won her 12th title at the recent Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open in China, will be the top draw in what promises to be an exciting contest in the sun.

Nocera won the EMAAR-MGF Ladies Masters at Eagleton Golf Resort in Bangalore in 2007 and has already collected two titles on the LET this season, with her first win in four years at the Slovak Open. She is now riding high at fourth on the ISPS HANDA Order of Merit and really taking pleasure from her golf.

“I really enjoy India and they always make a really nice tournament. I won in 2007 and have good memories there so it’s always a good feeling and finishing the season with India and Dubai is really nice so I’m very much looking forward to it,” said Nocera, who is up for seeing the sights and sounds of the Indian capital.
“I will probably do a bit of sightseeing. I don’t like to stay in the hotel room. I like to look around the countries I visit.”

Also included in the field is Ladies European Tour (LET) stars Charley Hull and Holly Clyburn, battling for the Rolex Rookie of the Year title, along with a number of this year’s tournament champions such as Marianne Skarpnord and Ann-Kathrin Lindner.

The US$ 300,000 (Euros 225,000) event - tri-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET), the Ladies Asian Golf Tour (LAGT) and Women's Golf Association of India (WGAI) - for the first time will be hosted at the historic Delhi Golf Club on November 28 to 30will have a stellar playing field of 108 golfers from more than 30 countries.

Though the final list of golfers will be known as the tournament dates come closer, confirmations have also been received from Sharmila Nicollet, who is the youngest Indian to have qualified for the LET, current Hero Order of Merit leader Neha Tripathi and Smriti Mehra, a former LPGA player. Young stars like Vani Kapoor, Saaniya Sharma and Ankita Tiwana will also be adding strength to the Indian challenge at the event.
BW Businessworld SME Whitebook launch

22nd November, 2013
Mr. Naresh Kumar Sagar
Chairman
Enkay Sagar Holding Pvt.Ltd
BW Businessworld SME Whitebook launch
Dear Mr. Sagar,
It gives me great pleasure to invite you to the BW Businessworld SME Whitebook launch event to be held on Tuesday, 10th December, 2013 at The Leela Kempinski Hotel, Ambience Mall, Gurgaon. The event will start 6:30pm onwards. As you may be aware, the annual BW Businessworld SME Whitebook is an essential handbook for every small and medium entrepreneur.
Although a formal invitation will be sent to you shortly, please treat this letter as my personal request to you to block your date and time for this engagement.
In case of any clarifications/RSVP please feel free to contact my Executive Assistant Ms.Ruchi Mehta .She is available on +91 9911558474.
  • Date           Tuesday, 10th December, 2013
  • Time         6:30 pm onwards
  • Venue         The Leela Kempinski Hotel , Ambience Mall , Gurgaon
  • RSVP         Ruchi Mehta (Mobile: +91 9911558474) , Email : ruchimehta.bw@gmail.com
Look forward to seeing you there.
With best wishes,
Prosenjit Datta
Editor
BW Businessworld

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