Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Nehru Memorial Museum and Library cordially invites you to a Conference 5, 6 th June 2014


at 9.00 a.m. on Thursday-Friday, 5-6 June 2014
in the Seminar Room, First Floor, Library Building
The Social Worlds of Pre-Modern Transactions:
Perspectives from epigraphy and history’

in association with
Ms. Mekhola Gomes,
Mr. Digvijay Kumar Singh,
Ms. Anna Varghese
Ms. Meera Visvanathan,
Doctoral Candidates,
 Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.

Concept Note:
When we speak of transactions, the overwhelming tendency is to view them as dealings of an economic nature. In keeping with this, perhaps, there exists an extremely sophisticated body of work in Indian history that focuses on economic issues, whether religious benefactions, taxation or trade. But transactions also need people to execute them, and so, the social is involved in transactions from the beginning of time. Any study of such transactions will unfailingly become a study not only of commodities or items of exchange, but also the interactions and relationships between people that helped shape these cultures of exchange.  

In emphasizing the ‘social worlds of premodern transactions’, we hope to focus attention on the social aspects of such encounters, on the forms of interaction that underlay the exchange of goods and service, that informed extractions and prestations, and that led to overlaps and borrowings in languages, ideas and practices.

In this workshop, we have sought to bring together students of ancient and medieval history to present their work, share ideas, and reflect upon a common theme. While our focus is on inscriptions, we have not restricted ourselves to them and welcome the use of a variety of approaches and sources. The papers in this workshop start from the historic period and extend into the medieval. They draw from different regions, but given the focus on inscriptions, it is perhaps not surprising that many of them are based in South India and the Deccan. At the same time, there are also discussion of the networks created by pilgrimage and trade which expand the sphere of interaction into Central Asia and the wider Indian Ocean world.

We hope that the conversations over these two days will not only broaden the discussion on social and economic history but also create the space for tracing certain patterns across regions and viewing them across time.

Programme Schedule:                              Thursday, 5 June 2014

9.00 a.m. – 9.10 a.m.


Prof. Mahesh Rangarajan,
Nehru Memorial Museum and Library,
New Delhi

Ms. Mekhola Gomes,
Doctoral Candidate,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.

9.10 a.m. – 10.10 a.m.

Keynote Address:

10.10 a.m. – 10.30 a.m.
10.30 a.m.-12.00 p.m.
  1.  Ranabir Chakravarti,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.

Prof. Y. Subbarayalu,
French Institute of Pondicherry,
 Kudi and Kudumbin:
Landowners or landless cultivators?’

Session I:


Prof. Upinder Singh,
University of Delhi,

Ms. Meera Visvanathan,
Doctoral Candidate,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.
‘The Law of the Land:
Locating the land grant in the early historic world’

Ms. Mekhola Gomes,
Doctoral Candidate,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.
‘Expressions of power:
Representations of royalty within donative inscriptions in the Deccan, c. 3rd CE’ 

12.00 p.m.-1.00 p.m.

1.00 p.m.–2.30 p.m.

                                          Session II:


Prof. P.K. Basant,
Jamia Millia Islamia,
New Delhi.


Ms. Prachi Sharma,
Doctoral Candidate,
University of Delhi,
Representations of Kingship:
Epic imagery in Kadamba inscriptions’

Ms. Sarah Pierce Taylor,
Doctoral Candidate,
University of Pennsylvania,
‘Entangled Records and Shared Spaces:
Śantara patronage of the Jain Arugala Anvaya in 11-12th c. Pombucca’

Day 2
Friday, 6 June, 2014

9.00 a.m. – 11.15 p.m
Session III

Chair :

Prof. Y. Subbarayalu,
French Institute of Pondicherry,
Mr. Mahmood Kooria,
Doctoral Candidate,
Leiden University,
‘Doors and walls of  Masjids:
The transregional cultural-economic landscapes of  inscriptions in pre-modern Malabar’

Ms. Anna Varghese,
Doctoral Candidate,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.
‘Performers of the sacred realm: Ritual performers in temples of medieval Kēraam’

Mr. Digvijay Kumar Singh,
Doctoral Candidate,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.
‘Patterns of Transactions at Malabar Ports, c.11th-14th centuries’

11.15 p.m. -11.30 a.m.


11.30 a.m. -1.00 p.m.
Session IV

Prof. Uma Chakravarti,
Formerly at University of Delhi,

Ms. Sanjukta Datta,
Doctoral Candidate,
University of Delhi
‘Ways to the Vajrasana:
The Tibetan approach (11th and 13th centuries)’

Ms. Sabarni Pramanik Nayak,
Basanti Devi College, Kolkata
‘Temple, Trader and Pentha in the Srikakulam-Vishakhapatnam  region:
An epigraphical study (11th -15th century CE)’

1.00 p.m. – 2.00 p.m.

2.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Concluding Remarks

Mr. Digvijay Kumar Singh,
Doctoral Candidate,
Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi.


Round Table discussion with Prof. Y. Subbarayalu, Prof. Upinder Singh, Prof. Ranabir Chakravarti, Prof. P. K. Basant and Prof. Uma Chakravarti.

All are welcome.
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Oracle PeopleSoft HCM Workshop


Oracle Academy in association with L V Prasad Eye Institute, SAKSHAM and EnAble India organized a four-day workshop in Hyderabad for the blind/partially blind students to train them in HR software solutions. The workshop helped 7 undergraduate and postgraduate students learn the use of Oracle PeopleSoft HCM applications. The solution help companies recruit and manage talent as well as accurately forecast future workforce needs. This workshop has equipped these students with the required skills needed to pursue entry-level positions such as business analyst, recruiter, payroll, on-boarding, exit functions within the HR department of a company.

Oracle used modern adaptive technologies such as screen reading software to help students interpret what is being displayed on the screen. Students were provided with supporting reference material in Braille. It is estimated that a large segment of people with various disabilities are either unemployed or not satisfied with career development services and training opportunities provided to them. The need of the hour is to adopt new methodologies and technologies to improve the quality of education and employment for these individuals. The Oracle PeopleSoft HCM workshop was a step in this direction and aimed to improve access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education for students with visual impairments.

SAKSHAM is a national level NGO working for the rehabilitation of disabled people and prevention of disability. As part of its services all over India, it helps disabled people in their education by making audio content for visually challenged, conducting free coaching for competitive examinations like TTC, TET, IBPS etc. and computer training. SAKSHAM also runs 40 Madhav Eye Banks, Eye donation centers, Eye Donation Information Centers.

Bhawana Suri


April core infra grows at 4.2%

Dear All,

The core infrastructure grows to 4.2% (Y-O-Y) in April 2014 as compared to 2.5% (Y-O-Y) in March 2014. The combined index of Eight Core Industries stands at 160.9 in April 2014 with a growth rate of 4.2% as compared to 3.7% in April 2013. Crude oil and Natural gas registered a growth rate of (-) 0.1% and (-) 7.7% respectively in the month of April 2014.

   Sector wise trend in monthly production                                          (% growth)
Weight in IIP
Crude Oil
Natural Gas
Petroleum Refinery Products
6. 6 8
  Source: PHD Research Bureau, compiled from the office of the economic advisor to the Govt. of India

In cumulative terms, core infrastructure industries registered a growth of 2.7% during 2013-14 as against 6.5% during the previous year 2012-13.

     Sector wise trend in production                                                                         (% growth)  
Crude Oil
Natural Gas
Petroleum Refinery Products
6. 6 8

      Source: PHD Research Bureau, compiled from the office of the economic advisor to the Govt. of India

Electricity generation grew by 5.6% during 2013-14 as against 4.0% growth during 2012-13, while steel production grew by 4.9% during 2013-14 as against 4.1% during 2012-13. The production in crude oil grew by (-) 0.2% during 2013-14 as compared to its growth at (-) 0.6% during 2012-13, whereas petroleum refinery production registered a growth of 1.7% during 2013-14 as compared to 29% during 2012-13. Fertilizer production grew by 1.5% during 2013-14 compared to its growth at (-) 3.4% during 2012-13 and cement production grew by 3% during 2013-14 compared to its growth at 7.7% during 2012-13.
 Trend in growth of steel, cement, electricitycoal and overall                                                   (%)
 Source: PHD Research Bureau, compiled from the office of the economic advisor to the Govt. of India

Warm regards,

Dr. S P Sharma
Chief Economist


WEC India members Energy News-3rd June 2014

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One Stop Energy Resource Center
Energy Journal April 2014 Released 
With Focus on ‘Energy Access’ this edition shares some sustainable rural energy access projects and WEC India own engagement in this priority domain.  We share glimpses of some of the recent discussions under the ‘WEC India Dialogue Series’. We bring highlights of 22nd World Energy Congress held in Daegu as well.
  1. Jaypee Power Ventures, Lanco Infratech, GMR Infrastructure, others queue up to sell power assets to NTPC
    Lanco, which has coal-fired power plants with a capacity of about 3,000 MW, had publicly stated its intention to sell some assets.
  2. Tata Power commissions 25MW solar farm in Maharashtra
    “We are delighted to announce the commissioning of yet another large solar project of 25MW,” said Anil Sardana, MD at Tata Power.
  3. Soaring heat pushes up spot power prices
    The average price of power in the spot market traded for day-ahead delivery was constrained under Rs 3.5 a unit
  4. Coal India misses production target in April-May 14
    CIL reported provisional coal production of 36.27 million tonnes for May, falling short by 6% from the target of 38.56 million tonnes
  5. Power cuts may cause 40% dip in industrial production: Assocham
    Power cuts in the northern, southern and western regions have forced industrial units to curtail their industrial production by about 30% in April-May 2014
  6. UP power crisis affecting industrial production
    Uttar Pradesh, which has the highest concentration of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) estimated at over 3 million, is facing massive power crisis, which was affecting industrial production due to long power cuts
  7. Power and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal to meet Narendra Modi; to set priorities for power sector
    “(I) will be meeting the Prime Minister on the agenda to be set (for the sector) today evening,” Goyal told reporters here.
  8. Empowering bureaucrats is not the sign of an autocrat: Anand Mahindra, Chairman M&M
    The govt is also seeking to put in place a method of measuring the progress that it is making through an agenda for 100 days, Mahindra said.
  9. Power deficit doubles in May to 7,000 MW; 20K MW of new thermal capacity still lying idle
    At the power exchanges, where power is traded, prices of one unit of power have doubled from Rs 2 per unit to nearly Rs 4 per unit in the last few days.
  10. Uttar Pradesh counters central government over power supply situation
    UP’s power utility countered central govt’s criticism over short supply of electricity when most parts of the state are under heat wave.
  11. An uneasy share of power
    Statehood would have spelt a disaster for Telangana had it not been insulated from its low electricity generation capacity.The existing power purchase agreements among Andhra Pradesh’s four distribution companies with government-owned and private …
  12. Power generation rises 11 per cent in April, beats target: CEA
    Electricity generation rose to 86.6 billion units from 77.87 billion in April last year, according to data from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
  13. Powering up: Narendra Modi may soon control two-thirds of the states
    State elections are due by end of 2015 in Mah, Haryana, Bihar and Kashmir. Going by trends NDA should win the first three, and may win in Kashmir in alliance with PDP.
  14. Power crunch in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh: A test for PM Narendra Modi
    Can Narendra Modi, in power for less than a week, live up to reputation for providing reliable services?
  15. Narendra Modi-Arun Jaitley duopoly signals emergence of new power axis
    With Modi marking Jaitley as the Advani to his Vajpayee. It is not surprising that Modi chose to use his cabinet to reset power grid in the BJP.
  16. Power demand peaks in Delhi as mercury soars
    Temperature was above normal in Delhi on Thursday with the mercury soaring to 43.7 degree Celsius.
  17. BSES inspectors’ assault highlights struggle against power theft
    Inspectors were beaten by residents of a village in New Delhi by iron rods for checking tampered meters
  18. WTO sets up panel to examine US-India solar power dispute
    The US had complained against India’s domestic content requirements under National Solar Mission (NSM) solar power programme
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RBI keeps policy rate unchanged at 8% and Reduces SLR by 50 bps to 22.5%


Second Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2014-15

RBI keeps policy rate unchanged at 8% and Reduces SLR by 50 bps to 22.5%

RBI in its Second Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2014-15 has kept the cash reserve ratio (CRR) of scheduled banks unchanged at 4% of net demand and time liability (NDTL) and the policy repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) unchanged at 8%. Consequently, the reverse repo rate under the LAF stands unchanged at 7%, and the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate at 9%. It will continue to provide liquidity under 7-day and 14-day term repos of upto 0.75% of NDTL of the banking system.

The RBI, however, reduced the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) of scheduled commercial banks by 50 basis points to 22.5% of their NDTL from 23% of their NDTL. It reduced the liquidity provided under the export credit refinance (ECR) facility from 50% of eligible export credit outstanding to 32% with immediate effect. In addition to this, RBI has also decided to introduce a special term repo facility of 0.25% of NDTL to compensate fully for the reduction in access to liquidity under the ECR with immediate effect.

    The RBI policy rates so far    
Repo Rate
Reverse Repo Rate
WPI Inflation
IIP growth
0.1% *
(-)0.5% **
Real GDP growth


 Source: PHD Research Bureau, compiled from various sources
Note: ˆ Data for Q1FY12, “’ Data for Q1FY13, @ Data for Feb 2014, ^^ Data for Apr 2014
 * Data for January 2014, ** Data for March 2014   # Data for Q3 2013-14 estimates, ## Data for Provisional estimates 2013-14

Snapshot of Second Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement 2014-15
Since the first bi-monthly monetary policy statement of April 2014, global activity is evolving at different speeds. A broad-based strengthening of growth is gaining traction in the US and the UK , after a moderation in the first quarter of 2014 due to adverse weather conditions. However, in the euro area, recovery is struggling to gather momentum. The pick-up in sales in Japan in anticipation of the consumption tax hike has been followed by a sharp fall in consumer spending. Structural constraints continue to impede growth prospects in emerging market economies (EMEs), with concerns about the slowdown in China as its economy rebalances. Financial markets across the world still remain vulnerable to news about the impending normalisation of interest rates in some developed economies, even as some valuations appear frothy.

On the domestic front, lead indicators point to continuing sluggishness in domestic economic activity in the first quarter of 2014-15. The outlook for agriculture is clouded by the meteorological department’s forecasts of a delay in the onset of the south-west monsoon with a 60% chance of the occurrence of El Nino. The ongoing contraction in the production of consumer durables and capital goods, coupled with moderation in corporate sales and non-oil non-gold imports, is indicative of continuing weakness in both consumption and investment demand. The decisive election result, together with improved sentiment should, however, create a conducive environment for comprehensive policy actions and a revival in aggregate demand as well as a gradual recovery of growth during the course of the year.

Inflation – Retail inflation measured by the consumer price index (CPI) increased for the second consecutive month in April, pushed up by a sharp spike in food inflation, especially in the prices of fruits, vegetables, sugar, pulses and milk. CPI inflation excluding food and fuel has moderated gradually since September 2013 although it is still elevated.

Liquidity – With the unwinding of year-end window dressing, the corresponding decline in the size of excess CRR holding of banks as well as the sharp decline in Government cash balances with the Reserve Bank as a result of Government expenditure, liquidity conditions improved significantly in April and May 2014. The average daily access to liquidity from the LAF and term repos during this period has been close to 1% of NDTL. RBI mentioned that it will continue to monitor the liquidity conditions and will actively manage liquidity to ensure adequate flow of credit to the productive sectors.

External sector – India ’s current account deficit (CAD) narrowed sharply to 1.7% of GDP during 2013-14, primarily on account of a decline in gold imports, although other non-oil imports also contracted with the weakening of domestic demand, and there was some pick-up in exports. In April 2014, the trade deficit narrowed sharply due to resumption of export growth after two consecutive months of decline, and the ongoing shrinking of import demand. Robust inflows of portfolio investment, supported by foreign direct investment and external commercial borrowings, kept external financing conditions comfortable and helped add to reserves.

Policy stance

In March and April, CPI headline inflation has risen on the back of a sharp increase in food prices. Some of this price pressure will continue into May, but it is largely seasonal. Moreover, CPI inflation excluding food and fuel has been edging down. The risks to the central forecast of 8% CPI inflation by January 2015 remain broadly balanced. Upside risks in the form of a sub-normal/delayed monsoon on account of possible El Nino effects, geo-political tensions and their impact on fuel prices, and uncertainties surrounding the setting of administered prices appear at this stage to be balanced by the possibility of stronger Government action on food supply and better fiscal consolidation as well as the pass through of recent exchange rate appreciation. Accordingly, at this juncture, RBI mentioned that it is appropriate to leave the policy rate unchanged, and to allow the disinflationary effects of rate increases undertaken during September 2013-January 2014 to mitigate inflationary pressures in the economy. The Reserve Bank remains committed to keeping the economy on a disinflationary course, taking CPI inflation to 8% by January 2015 and 6% by January 2016. RBI also stated that if the economy stays on this course, further policy tightening will not be warranted. On the other hand, if disinflation, adjusting for base effects, is faster than currently anticipated, it will provide headroom for an easing of the policy stance.

Contingent upon the desired inflation outcome, the April 2014 projection of real GDP growth from 4.7% in 2013-14 to a range of 5 to 6% in 2014-15 is retained with risks evenly balanced around the central estimate of 5.5%. The outlook for the agricultural sector is contingent upon the timely arrival and spread of the monsoon. Easing of domestic supply bottlenecks and progress in the implementation of stalled projects should brighten the outlook for both manufacturing and services. The resumption of export growth is a positive development and as world trade gathers momentum, the prospects for exports should improve further.

     Projection of CPI Inflation (y-o-y) for 2014-15 (in %)                                                              Quarterly Projection of GDP growth (y-o-y) for 2014-15      (in   %)
Source: Reserve Bank of India                                                                                                                         Source: Reserve Bank of India
In pursuance of the Dr. Urjit R. Patel Committee’s recommendation, the Reserve Bank has decided to limit access to export credit refinance while compensating fully with a commensurate expansion of the market’s access to liquidity through a special term repo facility from the Reserve Bank (equivalent to 0.25% of NDTL). This will improve access to liquidity from the Reserve Bank for the system as a whole without the procedural formalities relating to documentary evidence, authorisation and verification associated with the ECR. The RBI stated that the reduction of the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) will give banks more freedom to expand credit to the non-government sector in view of the anticipated economic recovery and improved investment demand. At the same time the RBI mentioned it was cognizant of the significant on-going financing needs of the government. Thus, it has reduced SLR by 0.50% of NDTL with further changes dependent on the likely path of fiscal consolidation.

Further, with a view to facilitate travel requirements of non-residents visiting India, RBI permitted residents and non-residents except citizens of Pakistan and Bangladesh to take out Indian currency notes up to Rs.25,000 while leaving the country.

Going ahead, in order to improve the depth and liquidity in the domestic foreign exchange market, the RBI allowed foreign portfolio investors to participate in the domestic exchange traded currency derivatives market to the extent of their underlying exposures plus an additional USD 10 million. Furthermore, it also permitted domestic entities a similar access to the exchange traded currency derivatives market. As a prudential measure, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), keeping in view of the recent stability in the foreign exchange market, enhanced the limit for foreign exchange remittances under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS) to USD 1, 25,000 from USD 75,000 earlier, without end use restrictions except for prohibited foreign exchange transactions such as margin trading, lottery and the like.

Warm regards,

Dr. S P Sharma
Chief Economist


Launches power packed digital Sports Entertainment destination – “LIV Sports” –


Multi-Screen Media
 launches power packed digital Sports Entertainment destination – “LIV Sports” – www.LIVSports.in
Mumbai, 2nd June, 2014: Multi Screen Media (MSM) today announced the launch of “LIV Sports”, a premier Digital Sports Entertainment destination – www.LIVSports.in. The digital destination will present one-point access to the right mix of sports and entertainment innovatively across devices. Coming from the Sony Network, LIV Sports will target both – the avid Sports fan as well as the closet fan / entertainment seekers.
LIV Sports is the Official Mobile and Internet Broadcaster for the 2014 FIFA World CupTM starting 12th June 2014. LIV Sports will show both LIVE and Video-on-demand match content, with rich and informative statistics and analysis.
NP Singh, CEO, Multi Screen Media (MSM) commented, “The idea was to create a premier digital sports entertainment destination where we will offer quality content which is mass inclusive and not designed to cater only to ardent sports fans. We have attempted to redefine the way sporting content is presented and consumed. With LIV Sports we will attempt to keep every cross section of our consumers actively engagement through high quality interactive sports content with informative data and analytics.”
For the 2014 FIFA World CupTM, LIV Sports will have the following features and content –
1. LIVE Matches, with 4 different camera angles.
2. Interactive Timeline – ability to watch key moments in the match.
3. LIVE Statistics, Match Centre, Heat Maps and Analysis.
4. VOD – Match highlights, Best goals, team features.
5. LIV Sports’ Football Fantasy league
6. Mohit Bana Messi – Jerseyfy Me
7. Pehchaan Kaun
8. News and Sports Editorials
9. Archive Football videos
Nitesh Kripalani, Executive Vice-President – New Media, Business Development and Digital/Syndication at Sony Entertainment Network, reiterated, “LIV Sports is the first and only digital destination to offer a unique mix of LIVE Sports, LIVE Statistics and Engagement, thereby catering to multiple user groups and their preferences. With LIV Sports we are aiming to create a new category of “Sport-ainment” or “Sports Entertainment”. You can either watch the LIVE match, with all the deep statistics overlaying the video, or you can just click a selfie in your team’s jersey using the Jerseyfy Me application. We have also brought back the digital avatar of the Player cards, combined with educating fans about the different athletes with – Pehchaan Kaun. The objective is to empower the Sports fan with deep statistics on video; as well as engage with the fence sitters.”Over the next few months, viewers will be able to catch up with the widest range of sporting content, including Football, NBA, UFC, Tennis and Cricket on LIV Sports. The digital destination offers LIVE and exclusive video content along with a complete coverage of the latest sporting content present, across devices.
Considering the fact that data and statistics makes sports interesting, LIV Sports makes available to its viewers the most comprehensive and in depth world-class sporting data and info- graphics. Consumers will be able to access content like details of individual players, performances of teams, rankings, comparisons, event charts and heat maps.
The digital medium will involve its viewers through engagements for the sports loyalist, personalized content and fun applications on social media. LIV sports will offer fun activities like, “Mohit Bana Messi” that will customize your look, “Pehchan Kaun?” sports knowledge based quiz and the LIV Sports Football Fantasy League another consumer engagement module.
Login to LIV Sports online – www.LIVSports.in , and via the iTunes and Google Play
App Stores. Also, you can download the app by sending to 52525
Sony Pictures Television (SPT) backs Multi Screen Media Private Limited, which is India’s leading television network. It comprises Sony Entertainment Television (SET), one of India’s leading Hindi general entertainment television channels; MAX, India’s premium Hindi movies and special events channel; SAB, a family comedy entertainment channel; PIX, the English movie channel; MIX a refreshing Hindi music channel, SIX, India’s Premier Sports Entertainment Channel and LIV, the digital channel. Multi-Screen Media’s channels are available across the Globe and influence over 400 million viewers in the Indian sub-continent, and the Sout Asian Diaspora worldwide.
SONY Entertainment Television, Sony HD, MAX, SAB, MIX, PIX, SIX, SIX HD, AXN,Animax, Aath, Discovery Channel, Discovery Channel Tamil, Animal Planet, TLC,Discovery Science, Discovery Turbo Discovery Kids and Discovery HD World, it also distributes the leading News network in the country – the TV Today Network channels – Headlines Today, AajTak and Tez and the premium Sports’ channels -Neo Prime & Neo Sports.


Morning Post

Tuesday 3 June 2014
वरिष्ठ पत्रकार शेखर गुप्ता ने इंडियन एक्सप्रेस को कहा अलविदा
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TRP : फिर बढ़ा आज तक और एबीपी के बीच रैंकिंग का गैप
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सोशल मीडिया में वायरल हुई बोनी कपूर की मौत की खबर, श्रीदेवी ने किया जापान से खंडन
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ZTB – Newsletter 87

ZTB – Newsletter
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June 2014
Dear citizens and guests of Zagreb!
In June, our city will be host to numerous cultural and sporting events, as well as trade fairs, which attract many tourists from the entire country, the region and the world.
Zagreb Tourfilm Festival
The world’s best tourism films in Zagreb
More than 300 tourism films are in competition to win prizes at the 3rd Zagreb Tourfilm Festival, which is an interesting review of such works from all over the globe, but also an opportunity to discuss the past, present and future of tourism film.
Climbing on the list of the best congress cities in the world
Year after year, Zagreb has been affirming itself as an excellent congress destination, which is confirmed by the huge 55-rank-leap on the ICCA list in just a year.
our pick
:Summer at Stross – An event with a hundred faces
:The 33rd Zagreb Summer Evenings – A classical music festival
:First time in Croatia – Mario Biondi at Lisinski
:A cycling festival – Attend the 2nd Pedalafest
:The metal scene – The cult American band Crowbar at Močvara
:The 9th Park-in-Zagreb – A summer festival of culture and entertainment
:Dinner in the Sky – A lofty meal
:West House Reunion Festival – An electronic music spectacle on the largest roof in Croatia
Tel: +385 1 48-14-052 / 053
e-mail: info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr
The INmusic Festival 2014
Never better, never bigger
Preparations for the never better, never bigger INmusic Festival are in the final stages. Between June 23rd and 25th the Island of Croatian Youth at Zagreb’s Jarun Lake will be the venue for live performances by numerous stars from the global and regional music scenes.
The 48th International Folklore Review
The folklore tradition of Međimurje
Between July 16th and 20th, stages in Ban Josip Jelačić Square and Gradec will be venues for performances by numerous folklore ensembles from Croatia and abroad as part of this year’s 48th International Folklore Review which is dedicated to the folklore tradition of Međimurje.
Cest is d’Best Street Festival
A diverse programme to celebrate the festival’s 18th birthday
The oldest street festival in Zagreb, Cest is d’Best, will celebrate its 18th birthday this year. To mark this occasion, between June 5th and 11th, more than 500 artists from a dozen countries will participate in various events at numerous locations throughout the city.
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She Wants Akhilesh Yadav To Issue A Public Apology 

Dear Friends - There’s a new petition taking off on Change.org, and we think you might be interested in signing it:

Akhilesh Yadav : Issue a public apology, reconsider police reforms and implement sanitation initiatives

By Pattie Gonsalves
New Delhi
In the aftermath of the brutal gang rape and hanging of two young Dalit girls on their way to visit a nearby field which they used as a toilet, in the Katra Shahadatganj Village, Badaun District, Uttar Pradesh (UP), on 29May 2014, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, responded to a journalist about the rising number of rape cases at a news briefing saying to the reporter, “You are safe, why are you bothered?” (Source: BBC).
This comment also comes just a few weeks after his father Mulayam Singh Yadav was quoted saying about rape, “Ladke, ladke hain. Galti ho jati hai (Boys are boys. They commit mistakes). (Source: First Post) Another Dalit teenage girl was reported gang-raped and strangled in the UP constituency of Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav, the leader of the regional Samajwadi party, on Thursday night. (Source: Reuters)
Even described as the Indian politicians “foot-in-mouth disease” when it comes to rape, these are not isolated comments by any means and only serve to highlight ignorance and a blasé and damaging attitude that condones violence, apart from being grossly inaccurate just simply in terms of the numbers and statistics of reported acts of sexual violence against children and women. (See: A Rape Map of India)
This is a CALL TO ACTION for the following:
1) An apology for your insensitive and grossly inaccurate comment made as well as a clarification of the same. “You are safe, why are you bothered?”
2) A reconsideration of the Verma Committee’s recommendations on police reforms and the prosecution of security personnel charged with sexual assault to be dealt with under ordinary criminal laws.
3) A thorough assessment of the implementation of sanitation initiatives and also the lack of sanitation facilities in rural areas, with special emphasis on the risk it poses to young girls’, women’s and men’s security and health.
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Nuovo cinema Italiano/ New Italian Cinema: Opere Prime/Debut Films: 2008-2013
7 maggio/May – 30 luglio/July 2014
Tutti i mercoledì / Every Wednesday @ 18.30

Mercoledì / Wednesday 4 Giugno / June

L’INTERVALLO / The interval
Drammatico / Drama
2012, 90 min.

Regista / Director: Leonardo di Costanzo
Cast: Salvatore Ruocco, Francesca Riso, Alessio Gallo, Carmine Paternoster, Salvatore Ruocco

Napoli: Veronica viene rinchiusa da un boss della camorra in un edificio abbandonato; Salvatore è il suo carceriere. Dapprima fanno fatica a relazionarsi l’uno all’altro, ma con il passare delle ore si ritrovano a parlare dei loro sogni. / Naples: Veronica has snubbed the camorra (mafia) boss in her neighbourhood and gets locked up in a frightening abandoned building. Salvatore is the jail warden. At first the two find it difficult to communicate with each other but as the hours go by they find themselves sharing their dreams.

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Boletín de Noticias de Nueva Tribuna

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Boletín informativo. Martes 3 de Junio 2014.
Abdicación del Rey
Monarquía o República 
Por Joan Coscubiela | Aunque todo apunta que PP, PSOE y otras fuerzas van a apuntalar la proclamación de Felipe VI no es de recibo que ello se haga sin ningún debate ni participación de la ciudadanía.
El Rey abdica en su hijo Felipe para dar paso a “una generación más joven” 
A través de un mensaje institucional, el monarca anunció este lunes se decisión de ceder el trono a su hijo Felipe para dar paso “a una generación más joven”. Al tratarse de una abdicación, será necesario aprobar una ley orgánica, tal y como ha adelantado el presidente del Gobierno quien confía en que “en un plazo muy breve” las Cortes puedan proclamar Rey al Príncipe de Asturias.
Miles de personas se concentran en la calle a favor de la República 
Madrid y Barcelona se convirtieron este lunes en el epicentro de las manifestaciones para exigir un cambio del modelo de Estado tras el anuncio de abdicación del Rey don Juan Carlos. 
IU, Podemos y Equo reclaman un referéndum sobre la monarquía 
IU, Podemos y Equo han reaccionado a la noticia de la abdicación del Rey reclamando un referéndum sobre la monarquía.
JSE reclama un referéndum sobre un nuevo modelo de Estado 
Juventudes Socialistas de España reitera su apuesta por una Jefatura de Estado decidida por todos los hombres y mujeres de nuestro país.
UGT pide una reforma de la Constitución “en profundidad” 
“Más allá de lo que haya podido ocurrir, en los últimos años, el balance de la aportación del Rey a la consolidación de la democracia en nuestro país es muy positivo”, señala Cándido Méndez.
CCOO reclama un referéndum sobre el modelo de Estado 
“La reforma anunciada por el presidente Mariano Rajoy del artículo 57.5 de la Constitución, tras la renuncia al trono del rey Juan Carlos, no es suficiente para abordar los retos del futuro que tiene nuestro país”, señala el sindicato.
Otros temas de portada
· Luis María González: Podemos: una opinión desde IU 
Ha habido tiempo suficiente para reflexionar con más tranquilidad y menos convulsión sobre el resultado de Podemos…
· Herminio Trigo: Que amarren a Susana 
Una vez más el PSOE se ve enredado en los procedimientos, en el camino que debe seguir para recuperar…
El corazón lector de Madrid 
Por Ana García D`Atri | Celebramos la llegada de la Feria del Libro con cierta amargura porque sabemos que muchos lectores no pueden comprar libros y que no han bajado sus precios.
· Eduardo Mangada: Vergüenza también en Catalunya 
Creía que la incultura política y urbanística de los gobernantes y líderes políticos de la derecha que habían acogido…
Elecciones primarias en Uruguay y sin sorpresa 
Tabaré Vázquez, Pedro Bordaberry y Luis Lacalle Pou serán los principales candidatos el próximo 26 de octubre.
· Víctor Arrogante: Justicia universal, made in China 
El principio de justicia universal no puede desaparecer por intereses comerciales, diplomáticos, estratégicos…
· Rafael Fernando Navarro: Han puesto un nombre 
“En los carteles han puesto un nombre que no lo puedo mirar”. Lo van cantando Alfonso Rojo, Merlo, Tertsch…
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Second Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement for 2014-15 Update


June 3, 2014

·         The policy repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) kept unchanged at 8%
·         CRR kept unchanged at 4% of net demand and time liabilities (NDTL)
·         Reduced the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) of scheduled commercial banks by 50 basis points from 23% to 22.5% of their NDTL with effect from the fortnight beginning June 14, 2014;
·         Reduced the liquidity provided under the export credit refinance (ECR) facility from 50% of eligible export credit outstanding to 32% with immediate effect;
·         Introduced a special term repo facility of 0.25% of NDTL to compensate fully for the reduction in access to liquidity under the ECR with immediate effect; and
·         Continued to provide liquidity under 7-day and 14-day term repos of up to 0.75% of NDTL of the banking system.
Consequently, the reverse repo rate under the LAF stands unchanged at 7%, and the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate at 9%


Bhartiya International FY14 Net Sales up 36.74%at Rs 414.41 cr


Bhartiya International FY14 Net Sales up 36.74%at Rs 414.41 cr 
Financial Highlights of FY2014

·         Net Sales at Rs. 414.41 crore up 36.74%
·         Profit before Tax at Rs 20.88crore up 44.75%
·         EBITDA at Rs. 39.82 crore up 41.56%
·         EPS at Rs. 13.12

New Delhi, 02 June, 2014: Bhartiya International Ltd., India’s leading fashion and lifestyle house, today announced its financial results for the quarter and year ended March 31, 2014.

Financial Highlights
·         Total revenues: stood at Rs 414.41 crore in FY 14, up by 36.74%, compared to Rs. 303.06 crore in the last year.
·         Profit before Tax: An increase of 44.75% to Rs 20.88crore in FY14, compared to Rs. 14.42 crore in FY13.
·         EBITDA  : Up by 41.56% to Rs 39.82 cr  versus Rs 28.13 cr the previous year
·         PAT : Surges by 43.20% to Rs 14.52cr compared to Rs 10.14crores in FY 2013
·         EPS : Earnings per share stood at Rs 13.12 in FY 2014 up by 43.23%
Operational Highlights
·         Healthy growth of its newly launched leather products & textile business – with better-than-expected contributions to revenues
·         Successful penetration into the US market, and strengthening of international operations, a major focus market in the next few years
·         Addition of new customers like  Coach, Wilson, Clarks, Dillard’s
·         Foray into fashion accessories globally & entry into Indian market for these products
Commenting on the company’s performance, Mr. Snehdeep Aggarwal, Founder & Chairman, Bhartiya International Ltd. said, “We are extremely happy with our growth trajectory. We had a great finish to the year, increasing our confidence as we enter FY14 -15 with a stronger vision for success. The results clearly demonstrate our commitment to grow our network, attract new customers and leverage the brand to deliver superior value to the business. We assure all stakeholders of keeping up this momentum and meeting their expectations in the coming quarters too. I am happy to share that we have added new customers in US such as Coach, Wilson, Clarks, Dillard’s and the business is likely to grow further in the coming years”.

Bhartiya International Limited Outlook

BIL is highly optimistic about the global outlook for the fashion & lifestyle business. The company has expanded its resources and capabilities to take forward successfully its planned expansion into new markets and geographies. With a beefed up top management team comprising professionals and robust financial relationships with the banking sector, the company is well placed to accelerate its growth momentum. Having secured a foothold in the domestic market with its fashion accessories products, the company is focused on strengthening its presence in India while simultaneously consolidating its international operations with special focus on the US market.
Bhartiya International Limited (BIL):Brief Overview

Bhartiya International Limited (BIL), the flagship company of the Bhartiya Group, is India’s leading fashion house with 3 lines of business- leather garments, fashion accessories and textiles. The company listed on BSE and NSE, is the largest player in leather garment for the last 15 years and added two new lines of business in the last few years i.e. leather accessories and textile. Bhartiya derives the majority of its revenues from exports to European countries. Its constant focus on quality and design has resulted into a strong client base in Europe and it is the only vendor in Asia for some of the major global brands. The company supplies its products to more than 60 global brands like Hugo Boss, Zara, Levis, Mango, Guess, Wrangler, All Saints, Tommy Hilfiger, S Oliver, Napapijri, Timberland, Riversland, French Connection, M&S, Esprit, Benetton and Burton. It has its design studio in Milan.

Bhartiya City: A township project by BIL’s subsidiary Bhartiya Urban Infrastructure & Land Development Company

On the new growth trajectory on the realty front, Bhartiya City under the Group’s real estate vertical Bhartiya Urban Infrastructure & Land Development Company in which Bhartiya International has a 30% stake, launched Nikoo homes with spectacular success in November, 2012. Today it is the fastest-selling residential product in Bengaluru, with around 2250 homes sold till date. Release I of 800 residential apartments sold out in just 18 days. The execution of the master-plan of Bhartiya City is progressing apace.  Significant headway is being made in the construction of Nikoo homes, BCIT and the Leela hotel. The launch of new products such as Leela Residences and Nikoo Homes are in pipeline.
Key achievements & awards for Bhartiya City

·         Best Futura Mega Project MIPIM Asia Awards. Bhartiya City is the first Indian developer in this category to receive this prestigious international award.
·          Emerging Developer of the Year – North Bengaluru by Axis Bank Silicon india Bengaluru Real Estate Awards, 2013
·         Dynamic Debut – Best Market Entry by The Great Indian Marketing Summit – Realty Edition Awards
·         Best Debutante Real Estate Company by Realty Plus Excellence Award, 2013


Emotional Atyachaar narrates a chilling story of love crime


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~The show ends its ‘Love Crime’ series with a gripping tale of mystery and betrayal in a relationship ~

When in relationship, it gets extremely difficult to fathom that the person you love has an ulterior motive in being close to you. This is what Bharti learned the hard way as she was naïve and blindly in love with Vivaan. Their love story started when the two met at a café and Bharti was instantly smitten by Vivaan’s charming personality. Soon enough the fatal attraction led to a deeper emotion of love and in no time, they started dating.

Bharti and Vivaan’s relationship was smooth sailing and one day, he took her to his beach house. While looking around and exploring the house, Bharti came across a room which Vivaan forbade her from entering. Bharti found it strange when Vivaan not only stopped her from going to the room, but also asked her to stay away from it, claiming that there were valuable heirlooms of his family. She gave a pass to this incident, but started noticing certain peculiar habits of Vivaan. All this was followed by a couple of more happenings and this raised doubts about him in Bharti’s mind.

In order to clear the doubts and suspicion, Bharti decided to investigate by getting in touch with Vivaan’s acquaintances. While in an attempt to discover Vivaan’s reality, she stumbled upon some appalling truths which stunned her, leaving her absolutely shocked. Bharti was prepared to determine Vivaan’s fishy character, but his reality was terrifying and beyond imagination.

What was it that Bharti found out about Vivaan which was so startling? Was her life at risk?

To find out, tune-in to ‘Emotional Atyachaar 4’, this Friday 6th June 2014, at 7pm only on bindass!

Also attached are the images from the episode along with the detailed press note. Request you to kindly incorporate the same in your esteemed publication. Do let me know in case if you require anything further on the same.

Veenit Kumar
B-294, CR Park 


PM Narendra Modi with Gopinath Munde’s daughter at the BJP office


Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi paying tribute to the mortal remains of Shri Gopinath Munde
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Gopinath Munde’s daughter at the BJP headquarters
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Cervical Cancer


सरवाइकल कैंसर
सरवाइकल कैंसर भारतीय महिलाओं में आम कैंसर है और दुनिया के गर्भाशय ग्रीवा के कैंसर के रोगियों के एक चौथाई भारत में रहते हैं! यह एक पूर्व घातक राज्य में एकटीके से रोका और पता लगाया जा सकता है कि एक कैंसर मीडिया से इस तरह थोड़ा ध्यान प्राप्त करता है कि वास्तव में विडंबना है.
मानव Papilloma वायरस (एचपीवी) के साथ संक्रमण के कारण, गर्भाशय ग्रीवा कैंसर योनि में गर्भाशय के उद्घाटन शामिल है. यह एक कम उम्र में यौन गतिविधि शुरू करनेऔर भी कई childbirths और भागीदारों के साथ महिलाओं में आम है, जो महिलाओं में अधिक सामान्यतः होता. ग्रामीण भारत में लड़कियों के एक छोटी उम्र में शादी औरउनके शहरी समकक्षों की तुलना में अधिक बच्चे हैं यह देखते हुए कि यह गर्भाशय ग्रीवा के कैंसर की घटनाओं को ग्रामीण भारत में अधिक है कि आश्चर्य की बात नहीं है.अन्य जोखिम वाले कारकों के गरीब व्यक्तिगत स्वच्छता और, देर से, एचआईवी संक्रमण हैं.
गर्भाशय ग्रीवा के कैंसर के लिए एक precancerous राज्य के परिवर्तन की प्रक्रिया लगभग 10 साल या उससे अधिक समय लगता है. इस अवधि के दौरान, Pap smearनामक एक साधारण परीक्षण इस precancerous राज्य पता लगा सकते हैं. गर्भाशय ग्रीवा के प्रभावित क्षेत्र को प्रभावी ढंग से इस तरह के लेजर, Cryosurgery और LEEPके रूप में सरल उपचार विधियों का उपयोग कर एक स्त्री रोग विशेषज्ञ से इलाज किया जा सकता है. Pap smears यौन सक्रिय महिलाओं के लिए सिफारिश कर रहे हैं, तीनवार्षिक अंतराल पर दोहराया जा रहा है परीक्षण सामान्य और 5 वार्षिक अंतराल पर पैप स्मीयर और एचपीवी के उच्च जोखिम उपभेदों के लिए परीक्षण दोनों नकारात्मक हैंयदि.
अरगनिस्ट आयनों भारतीय महिलाओं की स्वास्थ्य स्थिति में सुधार करने की ओर एक योगदान करने के लिए लग रही महिला VIA नामक एक तकनीक का उपयोग कर केजन स्क्रीनिंग की अच्छी तरह से सोचने के लिए करना चाहता हूँ। इस साधारण परीक्षण है, जो मूल रूप से सिरका गर्भाशय ग्रीवा के लिए आवेदन करने और फिर यहनिरीक्षण के होते हैं, स्वास्थ्य कार्यकर्ताओं द्वारा आसानी से प्रशासित किया जा सकता।   Tata Memorial Centre, मुंबई, ने एक ऐतिहासिक अध्ययन में बड़े पैमाने परमहिलाओं की स्क्रीनिंग एक whopping 30% द्वारा गर्भाशय ग्रीवा के कैंसर के कारण मरने का जोखिम को कम करने के लिए मिला था। यह ज्ञात है कि गर्भाशय ग्रीवा केकैंसर के लिए बड़े पैमाने पर स्क्रीनिंग 10 साल में एक बार इस रोग की घटना का 60% तक कम कर सकते हैं!
टीकों अब कुछ उपभेदों एचपीवी के खिलाफ उपलब्ध हैं। Gardasil Merck और कं से 4 उपभेदों, जिनमें से 2 कारण गर्भाशय ग्रीवा कैंसर और 2, जननांग मौसा के खिलाफकी रक्षा है। Cervarix, ग्लैक्सो स्मिथ Kline Beecham, से 2 कैंसर कारण एचपीवी उपभेदों के खिलाफ की रक्षा है। एचपीवी उपभेदों कि इन टीकों के खिलाफ कार्य सभीगर्भाशय ग्रीवा कैंसर के बारे में 70% के लिए जिम्मेदार हैं; महिलाओं को जो टीका लगाया गया है वजह अभी भी गर्भाशय ग्रीवा कैंसर का जल्दी पता लगाने के लिए पीएपीस्मीयरों से गुजरना चाहिए।
 टीकाकरण के लिए आदर्श समय यौन गतिविधि की दीक्षा से पहले है। यह आमतौर पर करने के लिए लड़कियों के लिए 12-13 साल की उम्र में प्रशासित किया जाता है,लेकिन 9-45 साल की उम्र के बीच प्रशासित किया जा सकता है।  जब यौन गतिविधि की दीक्षा के बाद प्रशासित, टीका पूर्व निकल संक्रमण के खिलाफ की रक्षा नहीं करता है।
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Millie Saroha and Gaurika Bishnoi emerged joint leaders after Day 1 of USHA SOUTHERN INDIA LADIES & JUNIOR GIRLS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 

Bengaluru, June 03, 2014:  Millie Saroha and Gaurika Bishnoi currently placed at the 11th and 12th positions respectively in the current Order of Merit list of the IGU Ladies Amateur Golf Tour emerged as joint leaders with a first round score of PAR 72. Millie Saroha, stitched a string of 5 birdies and Gaurika Bishnoi managed with just 3 to finish the Round 1 as joint leaders at the Usha Southern India Ladies & Junior Girls Golf Championships 2014, being played at the lush green Karnataka Golf Association, Bengaluru. 

Seasoned golfer Gauri Monga and Nishtha Madan returned a card of 2 over 74 to finish Round 1, sharing a joint second position. Gauri Monga is currently placed at number 2 in the Order of Merit list of IGU Ladies Tour. She had a bad play today carding 4 bogeys on the front 9 and just 2 birdies on the back 9 to share the joint second place with Nishtha Madan who carded 6 bogeys and 4 birdies at the end of Day 1.

Other notable names in the top 10 included Seher Atwal, Ridhima Dilawari (75), Amandeep Drall, Tvesa Malik, and Vrishali Sinha (76) lying at joined third and fourth position respectively. The next two days therefore promises to be intriguing and highly competitive.


Usha International Limited is a trusted house hold consumer durables company with a turnover well over Rs. 2000 crores today. The company is a major supporter of Indian golf and is proud of its long-term association with the sport, covering the entire spectrum of the game. Usha has been associated with ladies golf for over 25 years, and is now the nationwide sponsor of the entire Indian Golf Union (IGU) Ladies Tour. In addition, Usha is committed to supporting golf at the juniors level, sponsoring IGU Junior tournaments in Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, and is closely associated with the Junior Training Program (JTP) at the Delhi Golf Club. 

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