Sunday, August 3, 2014

Dipika, Joshana create history with gold; 4 silver for boxers

CWG: Dipika, Joshana create history with gold; 4 silver for boxers
Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa created history by winning the first-ever gold medal in squash but disappointment was in store for the four Indian boxers, including Olympic bronze winner Vijender Singh, who had to be content with a silver each in the 20th Commonwealth Games on Saturday.
Dipika and Joshana stole the limelight with their historic feat as they beat Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro of England 11-6, 11-8 in the womens doubles squash final on the 10th day of competitions in this edition. It was the first squash medal for India in the Commonwealth Games.
Vijender Singh, Mandeep Jangra, Sarita Devi and Devendro Singh were the other star performers during the day with their silver-winning achievements in the boxing ring while A Arpinder Singh bagged a bronze in men’s triple jump.
P Kashyap stood just a win away from a historic gold while P V Sindhu and RMV Gurusaidutt managed a bronze each in the badminton competition.
Delhi Games gold medallist pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa, too, were on course to defend the women’s doubles title after winning their last-four match at the Emirates Arena.
Rajinder Rahelu and Sakina Khatun claimed a silver and a bronze each in men’s heavyweight and women’s lightweight powerlifting, respectively, as India made a last-ditch effort to boost their medals tally.
Vijender, a bronze medallist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, was comprehensively beaten 3-0 by England’s Antony Fowler in men’s middleweight 75kg bout at the SSE Hydro Arena.
With the four silver today, India has bagged five medals from boxing with Pinki Jangra having won a bronze after losing her semifinal bout against Michaela Walsh of Northern Ireland in women’s 51kg category on Friday.
In men’s hockey, India came from two goals down to defeat New Zealand 3-2 in the semifinals to set up a summit showdown with holders Australia.
Trailing 0-2 in the 18th minute, India sans regular skipper Sardar Singh were revived by strikes from Rupinder Singh Pal, Ramandeep Singh and Akashdeep Singh, who ensured at least a silver medal.
Saturday’s collection took India’s overall tally to 61 with 14 gold, 28 silver and 19 bronze.
India maintained their fifth position in the medal standings with England topping the charts with a total collection of 161 medals followed by Australia (130), Canada (81) and Scotland (52).
The fifth-seeded Indian pair of Dipika and Joshana made short work of their English opponents with a 11-6 11-8 win in the best-of-three game final.
The Indians looked in some trouble in Game 2 when they trailed 7-2 at one point, but some incredible drop shots from Dipika and Joshana made the win look easy in the end.
Duncalf and Massaro were no match for the absolutely in-sync pair of Joshana and Dipika, who moved rhythmically in the glass show court at the Scotstoun Campus Squash arena.
The English duo played traditional squash with no variety at all and played the doubles match with a ‘singles’ mindset against the Indian players, which seems to have mastered the doubles game.
In boxing, Vijender suffered a knockdown against Fowler as India ended their boxing campaign at the Games on a rather disappointing note.
Besides Vijender, Mandeep Jangra (men’s 69kg), Laishram Devendro Singh (men’s 46-49kg) and Laishram Sarita Devi (women’s 57-60kg) lost their final bouts on Saturday.
To the dismay of the Indian team, Vijender got a knockdown in the first round itself as he failed to thwart a ferocious punch from the Englishman.
Vijender got up in no time but he looked rattled by the blow. Jangra, too, struggled, losing his bout rather tamely, to England’s Scott Fitzgerald 3-0 while suffering three knockdowns.
Sarita lost to Shelley Watts of Australia after a gritty fight in women’s lightweight (57-60kg) category final while her younger brother was beaten by Paddy Barnes of Northern Ireland in the men’s light-flyweight (46-49kg) final.
Devendro was no match for Barnes and the unanimous 3-0 verdict in favour of the Irish reflected that.
Sarita, a former World Championships silver medallist, lost steam in the later stages and was out-punched 3-0.
Jangra, too, struggled, losing his bout rather tamely, to England’s Scott Fitzgerald 3-0.
Kashyap played out of his skin to avenge his loss to England’s Rajiv Ouseph, who had beaten him at the 2010 Delhi Games. Kashyap won 18-21 21-17 21-18.
World Championship bronze winners Jwala and Ashwini notched up an easy 21-7 21-12 win over Lai Pei Jing and Loo Yin Lim.
However, it turned out to be a bitter-sweet day for top seed P V Sindhu as she suffered a heartbreaking loss in the women’s single semifinal match to Michelle Li of Canada.
Sindhu managed to get her act together to beat Malaysia’s Jing Yi Tee 23-21 21-9 in a 34-minute bronze medal contest.
Gurusaidutt, too, earned India a bronze when he eked out a hard-fought 21-15 14-21 21-19 win over Ouseph.
Arpinder Singh gave India its third medal in athletics as he won a bronze in men’s triple jump event to end their campaign.
The Indian athletics team was hoping for a medal from Arpinder after he leapt a brilliant 17.17m in June and he lived upto the expectations by winning a bronze with a best jump of 16.63m at the Hampden Park which was hit by evening rain.
The 21-year-old Arpinder achieved his best jump in his first attempt and could not improved upon the mark in his subsequent five efforts.
He had a series of 16.46m, 16.31m and 16.09m after his first effort while his last two attempts were foul jumps.
In hockey, the Kiwis drew first blood in the second minute with Simon Child taking a neat cross pass to put the ball screeching into the net.
The Black Sticks continued with their fine show and three minutes later, Hugo Inglis fired at the net again but this time it was stopped by the Indian goalkeeper Sreejesh Ravindran.
Indian fullback Rupinder also came up a with a forceful hit at the Kiwi net but goalkeeper Hamish McGregor was alert to put the strike at bay.
The New Zealanders missed a penalty corner in the 10th minute but they did not repeat the mistake when they got the next opportunity, as hard-hitter Nick Haig scored on the rebound to double the lead in the 18th minute.
Indians got their one and only penalty corner in the 27th minute and drag flicker V R Raghunath hit the chest of a Kiwi player on the net.
The on-field referee gave India a penalty stroke as part of obstruction. Rupinder, who took the stroke, gave India their first goal in the 28th minute.
Coming from the bench after a two-minute suspension post a green card, Child missed an open goal in the dying minutes of the first half as the scoreline read 2-1 after 35 minutes.
Achanta Sharath Kamal proved to be no match for Singapore’s Jian Zhan as the Indian was blanked 4-0 in a one-sided men’s singles table tennis semifinal match.
The top Indian paddler lost 11-6 11-6 11-6 11-8 to his 32-year-old opponent from Singapore at the Scotstown Camp.

Israel to continue actionGaza

Displaced Palestinian children gather at the al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City where they have taken refuge after fleeing attacks in the Shejaiya neighbourhood of the city, on July 31, 2014. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)

296 Palestinian children have been killed so far in an IDF operation in the Gaza Strip, UN says. The continued bombardment took 84 lives on Saturday alone, with Israeli PM saying that destroying Hamas’ tunnels is not the ultimate goal after all.
“Children make up for 30 percent of the civilian casualties,” said UNICEF, adding the toll is only rising.“The number of child casualties during the last 48 hours may rise as a number of incidents are pending verification,” it said in a statement.
UNICEF reported that confirmed casualties so far include 187 boys and 109 girls – with at least 203 of them under the age of 12.
Israeli shelling in the Gaza Strip taking the Palestinian toll to 1,712, even as the Jewish state vowed to keep up pressure on Hamas while signaling plans to scale down its three-week long military operation. Nine members of a family were among 30 people killed today in Israeli attacks in Rafah, bordering Egypt, taking the Palestinians toll to 1,712, with more than 9,000 wounded.
The dead included 398 children, 207 women and 74 elderly people, said Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, spokesman for the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza.
Meanwhile, Israel today declared dead one of its soldiers who was captured by militants on Friday, triggering a major escalation of conflict and collapse of a 72-hour humanitarian truce, brokered by the US and the UN.
So far 64 Israeli soldiers have been killed and 400 others injured.
Three Israeli civilians and a Thai national also died in rocket and mortar attacks.
Israel has indicated that it may be scaling down its ground offensive in Gaza as its troops pulled out from parts of the coastal strip.
The Israeli army yesterday told residents of Beit Lahiya town in northern Gaza that it was “safe” to return to their homes, as witnesses said troops were seen withdrawing from the area.
“We have told Beit Lahia residents that they may return to their homes. We advised them to avoid explosives placed by Hamas across the area,” the Israel Defence Forces tweeted.
It was the first time troops had been seen pulling back since the start of the deadly 27-day conflict, which has forced up to a quarter of Gaza’s population into exile.
The move came after the army said Israel was “quite close to completing” the destruction of tunnels used to infiltrate southern Israel.
However, later in the day, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel will keep up its military campaign in Gaza for as long as needed and with as much force as necessary.
He said that all options were “on the table”.
“From the beginning, we promised to return the quiet to Israel’s citizens and we will continue to act until that aim is achieved. We will take as much time as necessary, and will exert as much force as needed,” he said in a public address.
But despite the partial withdrawal, Israel’s security cabinet decided against sending representatives to hold ceasefire talks with the Palestinian delegation that had arrived in Cairo yesterday.
The delegation included a representative of Fatah and Palestinian intelligence, with Hamas and Islamic Jihad likely to join it later.

Nepalese Foreign Minister calls on Modi

Nepalese Foreign Minister calls on Modi
Nepalese Foreign Minister Mahendra Pandey on Sunday paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and briefly discussed some bilateral issues, including hydro-power, trade, energy and security.
The meeting took place at a five star hotel an hour after Modi arrived in Kathmandu on a two-day trip, becoming the first Indian Prime Minister to pay a bilateral visit to Nepal in 17 years.
“The talks were held in a very cordial and friendly atmosphere,” Pandey said after the meeting.
“We have to move hand-in-hand in development,” he said.
Pandey said during the brief meeting some bilateral issues including hydro-power, trade, energy and security were covered. Political and cultural issues also came up for discussion.
“He (Modi) speaks less but he is result oriented. During my meeting, I felt whatever he says he believes in doing it,” he said when asked about his meeting with the Prime Minister.
The two leaders also underlined the need for expediting the ongoing projects being implemented under Nepal-India cooperation.
All the leading dailies in Kathmandu published banner headline news today covering Modi’s visit.
“Modi’s visit is a turning page in Nepal-India relations” describes a front page article carried by The Kathmanmdu Post.
Security was tightened in Kathmandu and most of the schools voluntarily announced closure for today and Monday in view of Modi’s visit.
Modi, the first Indian Prime Minister to pay a bilateral visit to Nepal in 17 years, was received at the Tribhuvan International Airport by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala who deviated from protocol for the purpose.
Deputy Prime Ministers Bam Dev Gautam and Prakash Man Singh were also present at the airport.
A colorful ceremonial guard of honour was presented to Prime Minister Modi at the airport with the anthems of India and Nepal being played.
Modi was also offered a 19-gun salute by the Nepal Army.
There was tight security in and around the airport. The route from the airport to the hotel, a drive of about 10 minutes, saw an impromptu line up of the local people who had turned out in large numbers, waving flags and clicking photographs with cameras as well as mobile phones.
During his two-day visit, Modi will be holding talks with his counterpart Sushil Koirala and meet other political leaders. He will also have the rare honour of addressing Nepal’s Constituent Assembly.
Ahead of his visit, Modi had said that he looks forward to working with the Nepalese leadership to forge a new relationship by identifying steps to strengthen bilateral cooperation in key sectors, including trade and investment, hydropower, agriculture and agro-processing, environment, tourism, education, culture and sports.
“I am excited about my visit and pleased that I am able to go there within weeks of assuming office as Prime Minister,” he had said in a pre-departure statement on Saturday.
“I hope my visit will open a new chapter in India-Nepal relations, characterised by more frequent political engagement and closer cooperation across the full spectrum of our extraordinarily broad-based relations, which will serve as a model and catalyst for South Asian partnership for prosperity,” Modi had said.
Describing Nepal as a close friend and neighbour, he had said, “We have had the privilege of being a leading partner in Nepal’s socio-economic development. We are committed to continuing our support to Nepal in its development efforts.”
Modi’s Nepal visit will also unite a youth with his family. 26-year-old Jeet Bahadur, who came in contact with Modi in Ahmedabad over a decade back and was since looked after by him, is travelling with the Prime Minister to Kathmandu to be personally handed over to his mother and elder brother.
“On a personal note, my Nepal visit is very special… Some personal emotions are also attached to this visit.,” Modi had said.
In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister had said, “Years back, I met a child Jeet Bahadur in a helpless condition. He knew nothing, where to go, what to do. He did not know anybody, nor did he understand the language.”
“Guided by God, I started thinking about him. Gradually, he developed interest in studies and playing. He also learned Gujarati language,” Modi had said.
The Prime Minister said sometime back, he was able to locate Bahadur’s parents. “This was possible because he (Bahadur) has six fingers in his foot.”
“Thankfully, we were able to locate his parents. I am glad that the parents would be reunited with their son,” he had said.
During the visit, the two countries are expected to sign agreements in sectors like power. India may also announce economic aid for that country.
The Prime Minister had said that his visit highlights the high priority that his government attaches to relations with Nepal and India’s determination to take our relationship to an entirely new level.
Modi had said that he will have the opportunity to hold detailed discussions with the Nepalese leadership on the entire gamut of bilateral relations.
He had said that he looked forward to working with the leadership of Nepal “to forge a new relationship for the new century between our two rapidly transforming countries.”
Referring to the recent meeting of India-Nepal Joint Commission after a long gap of 23 years, the Prime Minister said it reviewed the entire gamut of bilateral relations and cooperation with a focus on economic relations, trade and connectivity.
“Our ongoing major projects for development of border infrastructure will usher in economic prosperity to people living on both sides of the border and also enhance connectivity,” Modi had said.
During the visit, the two sides will explore ways to further strengthen development cooperation.
Recalling with delight that Koirala had graced his swearing-in ceremony on 26th May, Modi had said it demonstrated the solidarity of the people of Nepal with India and the shared commitment to democracy.
The Prime Minister had also expressed gratitude to the people and the elected representatives of Nepal for giving him the rare honour of addressing the Parliament of Nepal.
“For me, another significance of this visit is that I will have the opportunity of paying obeisance at Pashupatinath Temple on ‘sawan ki somwar’,” Modi had said
PM facilitates reunion of Jeet Bahadur with his family in Nepal
Jeet Bahadur, the boy from Nepal whom the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, had met years ago, was today reunited with his family in Nepal.
Jeet Bahadur’s mother, elder brother, and sister-in-law travelled from their village in Nawalparasi district, to Kathmandu, to receive Jeet Bahadur. He was received by his family in the presence of Shri Narendra Modi.

शाहरुख ने सरेआम आमिर के न्यूड पोस्टर की उड़ाई खिल्ली

शाहरुख ने सरेआम आमिर के न्यूड पोस्टर की उड़ाई खिल्ली   
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Patient Specific Jigs for customized Total Knee Replacement

Patient Specific Jigs for customized Total Knee Replacement completes successful one-year
‘Early User Feedback Program’
A study conducted by Dr. (Prof) RajuVaishya on customized jig technology shared at the forum  
3rd August 2014, New Delhi: In a symposium conducted in city today, renowned joint replacement surgeons from across the country endorsed the highly advanced and effective Patient Specific Jig technology which is now made available in India for benefit of patients suffering from knee joint disorders. The technology was made available to 10 select knee replacement surgeons in North India for an early user feedback.

10 surgeons from northern India attended the symposium to learn about the early user feedback and patient outcomes of this new technology. Surgeons who were involved in designing and developing of this new technology were present on the occasion. Amongst them were Dr. (Prof) Raju Vaishya, Sr. Consultant, Apollo Hospital (Delhi), Dr. Sanjai Srivastava, Sr. Consultant Mayo Hospital, Lucknow, Dr. Vikas Kulshreshtha, Group Captain, R&R Hospital (New Delhi).
Thanks & Regards
Smrity Arora

AAP: Jantar Mantar public meeting, Sunday, 3 Aug, 3 PM onwards

AAP: An Activist,turn  NGO turn political parties show their rhetoric  colors .
Please just contemplate on science of politics of  AAP who discourage other civil society members not to indulge in Dharna or  public meeting at jantar Mantar as none hear one voice this way.AAP has only rostrum at Jantar Mantar and only fora  for their gains  to come to Jantar Mantar.
Aam admi party tell real Aam Adami or civil society members not to waste time on Dharna  protest at Jantar Mantar  but practice it themselves thus beware of double speakers ,here is  invitation of AAP
Not by promising good days but by electing honest people can inflation be reduced : Manish Sisodia,AAP 
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From: AAP Media Cell  Sat, 2 Aug ’14 7:54p
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
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Why is the BJP running away from Delhi assembly elections ?
Why are the people of Delhi being denied the right to elect a government of their choice ?
The Aam Aadmi Party is organising a public meeting at Jantar Mantar on Sunday,
3 August from 3 PM onwards to demand the dissolution of Delhi assembly and fresh elections.
The main speaker will be AAP national convenor and former Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal.
AAP Media cell
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Preliminary Earthquake Report
  • 3 Aug 2014 08:30:13 UTC
  • 3 Aug 2014 16:30:14 near epicenter
  • 3 Aug 2014 12:30:13 standard time in your timezone
Location27.245N 103.427E
Depth10 km
  • 11 km (6 mi) WNW of Wenping, China
  • 29 km (17 mi) WSW of Zhaotong, China
  • 91 km (56 mi) WNW of Weining, China
  • 135 km (83 mi) ESE of Xichang, China
  • 731 km (453 mi) NNW of Ha Noi, Vietnam

Kinship of Rivers Meet | IIC| 5.30- 7.30 pm | 4th Aug

Greetings !
We would like to cordially invite you to an interactive event happening at IIC, Delhi on the 4th August, wherein issues of ecology and rivers will be expressed through poetry and creative writing, along with discussions. The invite of the same is attached ( and pasted below) herewith.
With warm regards,
NAPM team

Kangana Ranaut Approached For International Film!


Bollywood’s CINESTAR  Kangana Ranaut, who impressed everyone with her performances in ‘Queen’ and ‘Revolver Rani’, seems to have impressed the right people not only in Bollywood, but also on the international cinema scene.

Sources close to the actress state that international filmmaker, Edoardo De Angelis, recently approached Kangana to play the lead opposite actor Massimiliano Gallo for an Italian film. Kangana, who recently returned from the US, where she had gone to study screen-play writing, is in talks with the filmmaker to discuss the role and the script. Though the actress has not given her nod to the project yet, it is quite an exciting offer and speculations are rife that Kangana might take it up.

When contacted Kangana confirmed, “Yes I have been offered the role opposite Massimiliano Gallo in the film but I am still contemplating it.It feels nice that after Queen, producers as such as those onboard Divine Lovers are offering projects to me.I think the European market has opened up for me”.

Kangana Ranaut, who has been in the news recently for back to back hits like ‘Krrish 3’, ‘Queen’ and ‘Revolver Rani’, will be next seen in Aanand L Rai’s ‘Tanu Weds Manu 2’ and Sai Kabir';s Divine Lovers.


Today at 6:35 AM
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Preliminary Earthquake Report
  • 3 Aug 2014 00:22:03 UTC
  • 3 Aug 2014 10:22:04 near epicenter
  • 3 Aug 2014 04:22:03 standard time in your timezone
Location0.854N 146.125E
Depth13 km
  • 342 km (212 mi) NNW of Lorengau, Papua New Guinea
  • 561 km (347 mi) NNE of Wewak, Papua New Guinea
  • 643 km (398 mi) NW of Kavieng, Papua New Guinea
  • 663 km (411 mi) NE of Vanimo, Papua New Guinea
  • 1144 km (709 mi) N of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea


  Pensions, NREGA, NFSA, including Rations and Maternity Entitlements
Discussion also on Changing Labour Laws, Land Acquisition And Displacement
Jantar Mantar, New Delhi
4th August  2014
10 AM to 4 PM
Dear Saathis,

With a new government in power, in its first parliament session, a number of campaigns around issues that affect the poor and marginalised have decided to come together in order to hold a public hearing in the budget-cum-monsoon session of parliament. To follow up on this decision, the Pension Parishad, the Right to Food Campaign, and the Rashtriya Mazdoor Adhikar Morcha, the JSA and the NAPM invite you to a public hearing on 4th August, 2014. The Public Hearing will focus on Pensions, NREGA, NFSA, including rations and maternity entitlements. It will be held at the Jantar Mantar, New Delhi.
The hearing will also spend some time discussing the changes being made in thelabour laws in favour of the Industry, changing land use and the merciless acquisition of land which is going to have a deep impact on people’s livelihoods, making them socially and economically more vulnerable.

For NREGA, Pensions, NFSA (including rations and maternal entitlements) – we will spend about an hour each giving our testimonies. Following which we will spend about an hour or more on the other issues.

We will invite Members of Parliament and others associated with all these campaigns to participate. We would like at least ten persons to come from each State and national network within each campaign for the hearing, including testimonies. Till now from the confirmations received, we have learnt that the larger mobilisation will be of people from Bihar, Rajasthan and Delhi.

Since the time for testimonies will be very limited, we request you to bringalong as much material as you can in the form of photos, written testimonies reports, etc. Do let us know how many people will be attending. All organisationsand participants will come at their own cost while the campaigns will share the cost of the tent and mike. On the 4th, packed lunch will be provided at a subsidised rate of Rs.20.

On the 5th of August, a meeting of all these campaigns will be organised so that we can build a joint movement across all social sectors in order to strengthen our collective efforts and voices. A note for discussion written by Abhay Shukla of the JSA and of the Right to Life Alliance of Maharashtra is attached. This meeting will take place at Raja Ram Mohan Roy Memorial Trust (Brahmo Samaj) Hall, 12 – Rouse Avenue Lane, (Opp. Gandhi Peace Foundation), New Delhi – 110002.

Since only representatives of different groups and regions from all the campaigns are expected to attend the 5th meeting, we will not make arrangements for accommodation. In case you feel that accommodation is needed on the 4th night, do let us know and we will try to organise accommodation at the Gareebdas Dharamshala near LNJP Hospital.


In solidarity,
Pension Parishad, Right to Food Campaign, Jan Swasthya Abhiyan, Rashtriya Mazdoor Adhikar Morcha, National Alliance of People’s Movements
Contacts: Shankar Singh 09414003247, Poornima 09422317928, Nikhil 09910421260, Kamayani 09771950248, Sanjay 09810711644, Nalini 07829777737, Arvind 09304238717, Swati 09702701525, Dipa 9650434777, Madhuresh 09818905316, Arundhati 09415022772, Kavita 09351562965, Vandana 0989155245

PRESS MEET on the occasion of the announcement of Q-1 Financial Results 2014-15


on the occasion of the announcement of
Q-1 Financial Results 2014-15
Shri S. L. Bansal
Chairman & Managing Director
Oriental Bank of Commerce

Cordially invite you to a

on the occasion of the announcement of
Q-1 Financial Results 2014-15

on Monday, 4th August, 2014

Oriental Bank of Commerce,
Corporate Office
Plot No 5 , Sector 32
Institutional Area , Gurgoan – 122001
at 12.30 PM

Press Meet will be followed by Lunch
Andy : 9999573707

MEDIA INVITE – Inauguration Ceremony of “MSME-Samsung Techincal School”

MEDIA INVITE – Inauguration Ceremony of “MSME-Samsung Techincal School”
Krishna, Divij (NDH-WSW)
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Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India & Samsung Electronics
Cordially invite you to the Inauguration Ceremony of
“MSME-Samsung Technical School”
Monday, August 4, 2014
11:30 AM onwards
MSME Extension Centre (Bal Sahyog), L Block (in Front Of Haldiram) Connaught Place, New Delhi
The occasion will be graced by
·         Sh. Kalraj Mishra, Hon’ble Minister for Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government Of India
·         Mr. B.D. Park President and CEO South West Asia- HQ, Samsung Electronics
·         Sh. Madhav Lal, IAS, Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government Of India
·         Sh. Amarendra Sinha, IAS, Additional Secretary & Development Commissioner,  Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government Of India


Divij Krishna
Asst. Account Manager

+91 11 40501200
M +91 9654776017        
100, Second Floor, Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III
New Delhi – 110020, INDIA
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