Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Flipkart signs MoU with FISME, NCDPD


Flipkart in the business of E analytical  marketing with its strong backing of bird view  globally outlook has signed MoU with two other professional groups  to bring artisans and Indian manufactures on market of  global scale.
The artists, craft-workers, manufacturers with expertise of Flipkart potential to market product globally as per the  consumer demand to sacle up business.
Flipkart Ankit Nagora addressing media on  Memorandum of Understanding with FISME – Federation of Indian Micro and Small and Medium Enterprises and NCDPD – National Center for Design and Product Development to cater pan India market for artisan, MSME on internet marketing, 
Ankit Nagori, VP – Marketplace, Flipkart said we look forward for use of this market platform to enable and encourage entrepreneurship in the country to take a leap forward to show case their quality  products in better form with the help of FISME and NCDPD along with our mspecialized industrial infrastructure facilities.
“We are delighted to be able to work closely with Flipkart to help the MSMEs sell their products directly to buyers across the nation and this will create huge employment opportunities even in the ancillary industries and mitigate  the migration of rural population to the urban areas,” Anil Bharadwaj, secretary general, FISME said in a statement.

World Cup results 17 June 2014

18 06 2014
 
Group H
Estadio Mineirao
Belo Horizonte
Belgium
Belgium
Algeria
Algeria
Full-time
2-1

Brazil wait for knock-out qualification, Belgium beat Algeria
BELGIUM BEAT ALGERIA 2-1 IN A STUNNING COMEBACK In a Group H match in Belo Horizonte, Belgium made a stunning rally to beat Algeria 2-1 with two second half goals.
Widely billed dark horse to lift the trophy, Belgium had to toil hard to erase the 0-1 deficit after Algeria had taken a surprise lead in the 25th minute against the run of play through a penalty kick conversion by Sofiane Feghouli.
Belgium, whose most of players ply trade in top European clubs, turned the match on its head with two goals in the space of 10 minutes.
Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini equalised in the 70th minute through a glancing header before substitute Dries Mertens made a fierce finish with a low shot for the winning goal in the 80th minute.
17 Jun 2014 – 16:00 Local time
Group A
Estadio Castelao
Fortaleza
Brazil
Brazil
Mexico
Mexico
Full-time
0-0

Mexico stall Brazil World Cup charge in 0-0 draw

Mexico stall Brazil World Cup charge in 0-0 drawThe Mexican goalkeeper pulled off an incredible diving stop from a Neymar header and a seriesof other extraordinary saves, holding up Brazil´s march toward qualification from Group A.The 28-year-old, who has no club as his contract with French club AC Ajaccio has ended, did a lap of honour around the Fortaleza Castelao Stadium after one of the great World Cup goalkeeping performances. Basketball hero Kobe Bryant hailed “OCHOA!! Incredible” in a Tweet within minutes of the game ending.
“The precious draw left Mexico level with Brazil on four points from two games.While Ochoa deservedly grabbed the headlines, Brazil finished the game relieved to have earned a point.
Mexico had several late chances to score a shock upset, with Brazil grateful to their own goalkeeper Julio Cesar for keeping the match goalless.
The draw maintained Mexico´s impressive recent record against Brazil following their shock victory in the final of the London Olympics football tournament in 2012.
17 Jun 2014 – 18:00 Local time
Group H
Arena Pantanal
Cuiaba
Russia
Russia
Korea Republic
Korea Republic
Full-time
1-1

Russia, S Korea to World Cup  1-1 draw

Kerzkakhov saves Russia in World Cup return

Russia S Korea draw
CUIABA: Alexander Kerzhakov rescued Russia in their first World Cup finals match since 2002, scoring three minutes after coming on as substitute to salvage a 1-1 draw against South Korea on Tuesday.
The 31-year-old St Petersburg striker  is the sole survivor from the squad that appeared at the 2002 World Cup finals — was brought on after rival´s substitute Lee Keun-Ho put South Korea ahead with a 30 metre shot that Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev disastrously parried over his head into the net.
The result left both countries trailing Belgium who head the Group H table after beating Algeria 2-1 earlier.Russia, who host the 2018 finals, were looking to make an impact in their landmark return.
They owed their saved honour to Kerzhakov who scored his 26th international goal. On Akinfeev´s error Russian coach Fabio Capello said: “Just like some players can miss penalties it can happen that a keeper makes a mistake as well.
“You can accept a mistake from a great keeper like Akinfeev. Today it turned out fine.”The reaction of the players was really good,” the Italian added when asked about the Korean goal.
“That was important to me.”Korean coach Hong Myung-Bo commented: “It´s the first match and I´m satisfied.
“The last two countries to make their appearance in Brazil 2014 slowly cranked up the tempo in 77 percent humidity under the Arena Pantanal´s floodlights.
The Koreans began brightly enough, with Bayer Leverkusen´s Son Heung-Min testing Akinfeev early, his right-footed shot going high.
Seconds later the midfielder was booked unfairly by Argentine referee Nestor Pitana.
Playing all in white to Russia´s maroon and watched by a near-full stadium where the prominent colour was Brazilian yellow, the Taeguk Warriors showed technical ability without ever threatening to score.
The largely local crowd began to vent their frustration at what they perceived to be the lack of spectacle served up for their evening entertainment.
A half-hearted Mexican wave — never a good sign especially in the first half hour of a match — crept its way round the stands, as Sergei Ignashevich struck a 30 metre freekick straight into Korean keeper Jung Sung-Yong´s hands.Korean captain Koo Ja-Cheol livened things up with a low left-footed effort.

Then Son, who found the net 11 times for Leverkusen last season, had a real chance in front of goal but his shot sailed exuberantly over Akinfeev´s crossbar.
The Koreans had the upper hand as the tepid first half drew to a close, their midfield putting together some neat moves, with Han Kook-Young and Sunderland´s Ki Sung-Yeung proving a handful.
The teams emerged for the second period with this World Cup´s third goalless draw within 24 hours only 45 minutes away.
If Russia were to give coach Capello something to celebrate on his 68th birthday at midnight, they´d have to up their game.
And they came out fighting with two quick chances from Victor Fayzulin and skipper Vasily Berezutski.
Down at the other end, Akinfeev did well to deny Koo´s potent drive.In a bid to shake things up Korean coach Hong Myung-Bo, captain of the side that finished fourth at the 2002 World Cup, introduced prolific striker Lee for Park, and it proved a useful switch.
On 68 minutes, Lee broke the deadlock in style, charging towards the Russian box, rounding a defender to shoot right-footed. Akinfeev looked devastated after at first seeming to halt the ball but then watching in horror as it went over his head.
Russia pulled back level when Kerzhakov, after coming on for Yury Zhirkov, pounced on the ball after a goalmouth scramble to shoot home from close range.
Brazil
Brazil
Mexico
Mexico
Full-time
0-0

Mexico stall Brazil World Cup charge in 0-0 draw

Mexico stall Brazil World Cup charge in 0-0 drawThe Mexican goalkeeper pulled off an incredible diving stop from a Neymar header and a seriesof other extraordinary saves, holding up Brazil´s march toward qualification from Group A. The 28-year-old, who has no club as his contract with French club AC Ajaccio has ended, did a lap of honour around the Fortaleza Castelao Stadium after one of the great World Cup goalkeeping performances.
Basketball hero Kobe Bryant hailed “OCHOA!! Incredible” in a Tweet within minutes of the game ending.
“The precious draw left Mexico level with Brazil on four points from two games.While Ochoa deservedly grabbed the headlines, Brazil finished the game relieved to have earned a point.
Mexico had several late chances to score a shock upset, with Brazil grateful to their own goalkeeper Julio Cesar for keeping the match goalless.
The draw maintained Mexico´s impressive recent record against Brazil following their shock victory in the final of the London Olympics football tournament in 2012.

Is Jaitley call to States to crack down on hoarders a hoax?

Is Jaitley call to States to crack down on hoarders a hoax?

States asked to crack down on hoarders: Jaitley
Updated 128 June 10;06 AM
With new government at Centro is it acting as their predecessor their diction same as old. Thus the promises of Good days ahead is being banged as hoax by various e channels and Qs their intentions.
Is fiscal lawlessness, nation wide policy on public distribution food for all is state subject or federal subject. Making black money vide hoarding of essential food item,articles thus is national subject
must be dealt severely.
Government with such qualified majority is competent to act fast and not linger for two years and allow the devils to go for killing thus allow damaging nation economy.
The spiraling inflation can only be fixed if the traders with nexus of bigwigs think for the welfare of nation. Even  containment of prices can be achieved with continuity chain  order of public distribution.
Further the "Efficiency Mantras' of injecting the efficiency at all levels with dose of  transparency dissolved with technology to  which Modi went Gaga appears to be only to impress the intellect of this country  but no plan in reality but give loose chord to traders and businessmen thus to dilute his building global image.
Let PM remember arise,awake till goal is reached was also his sermon on his 480 nation wide electoral appearances  further his promise to last person gets his due needs to be revisited. .
 IB national agency to look after national interest  report to which e channels has purposeful leak to build government good intention bring IB at threshold of blaming one side on pretext of fiscal borrowing which is matter of Finance ministry and Environment ministry which need to wok collectively in faster mood  on their big infra to take care of the environment and people welfare. These immediate plan can't be put on back burners. Moot question here arise did government full filed its preliminary duties of allotting land to landless on Q of big projects did they got their dues, did police and war widows get their dues from the government.
What is the IB  doing for corrupt offices to enliven the system which is in deep slumber  embedded with corruption and this was raised by our popular leader Modi too. Nation health can not be  retrieved to its best order as we  play blame game but contrary punish the guilty allow honest and merit to rule,to curb nepotism to be at its naught.
There is common perception that two brands of political outfit BJP and Congress compromise where there is ample opportunity to earn and buries the national issue like black money, fiscal embezzlement thus sharing nation wide scheme of people welfare to its gain this perception made non-entity like Arvind came to forefront without any vision and with his arrogant self certify honest party convener.
With prices of essential food items shooting up, the Centre on Tuesday unveiled measures to tame inflation by asking state governments to crack down on hoarders and delist items such as onions and potato on which a minimum export price was slapped to discourage exports
The steps were disclosed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley after a high-level meeting in which Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh, Food Minister Ramvilas Paswan, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and top officials including Nripendra Misra, Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, were present.Maintaining that only four or five commodities have witnessed a spike in prices, the Finance Minister said states have been asked to crack down on hoarders who are trying to exploit apprehensions of a weak monsoon.
He said the states have been asked to delist certain items, which are usually procured through Agriculture Produce Marketing Committees, so that they come into the open market.
About 50 lakh tonnes of rice will be released in the open market through state governments to cool prices.
While a USD 300 per tonne minimum export price on onion has already been imposed, a similar levy on potatoes will be decided by the Commerce Ministry to discourage exports and boost their domestic availability and control prices, he said.
With regard to pulses and edible oil, states will be given a line of credit to directly import them to meet local demand, Jaitley said.
Jaitley said Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung has been asked to procure onions and potatoes from the open market and flood the market through Mother Dairy retail outlets.
He has also been asked to delist all food items in the capital, a move that will enable farmers to sell their produce directly to the market.
The government, he said, was closely monitoring prices of 22 commodities and will take steps to curb volatility.
Rising prices of essential food items such as vegetables, fruits and cereals pushed up inflation to a five-month high of 6.01 per cent in May.
The likelihood of a sub-normal monsoon and the fallout of violence in Iraq on commodity and oil markets may further worsen the price situation.
Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said the central bank will be focused on controlling inflation over the next few months.
Sunni militants capture Iraqi city near Syria

Sunni militants capture Iraqi city near SyriaUpdated on : 18-06-2014 07:51 AM
Sunni militants captured a strategic northern Iraqi city along the highway to Syria on Monday, sending thousands of residents from an ethnic minority fleeing for safety and moving closer to their goal of linking areas under their control on both sides of the border.


US Secretary of State John Kerry said that American drone strikes are an option in a bid to halt the dramatic sweep by insurgents over a swath of Iraq.

He also said the Obama administration is willing to talk with Iran and does not rule out potential military cooperation between the two rivals to stop the rampage.

Already, the commander of Iran's elite Quds Force, Gen Ghasem Soleimani, is in Iraq, consulting with officials on how to roll back the al-Qaida-breakaway group leading the insurgent charge, known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, Iraqi security officials said.

They said the US government was notified in advance of Soleimani's visit. The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak to the media, also said that US aircraft have in recent days flown reconnaissance missions over Iraq to gather intelligence on the militants' positions.

Soleimani has been inspecting Iraqi defenses and reviewing plans with top commanders and Iranian-backed Iraqi Shiite militias, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the visit.

He set up an operations room to coordinate militias. He also visited the holy cities of Najaf and Karbala south of Baghdad, home to the most revered Shiite shrines, and areas west of Baghdad where government forces have faced off with Islamic militants for months.

The Islamic State has threatened to march to Baghdad, Karbala and Najaf. Soleimani is one of the most powerful figures in Iran's security establishment. His Quds Force is a secretive branch of Iran's Revolutionary Guard involved in external operations.

In the mid-2000s', it organised Shiite militias in a campaign of deadly violence against US troops in Iraq, according to American officials. More recently, it has been involved in helping Syria's President Bashar Assad in his fight against Sunni rebels.

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