Thursday, September 18, 2014

Missing CWG file is a joint attempt to cover up Rs 670 crore scam

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From: mediacellaap  Wed, 17 Sep ’14 6:20p
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The mysterious silence of Delhi administration over the reports that the file containing details of Rs 670 crore misappropriation during the Comonwealth Games by the then Sheila Dikshit government has gone missing, exposes the shameless attempts to cover-up a mega scam.
It is shocking that even the union home ministry is treating it as a rountine matter and appears to be showing no seriousness in pulling up the Delhi administration to ensure that the file is produced before the concerned authorities.
The loot in the name of CWG 2010 is not hidden from anyone, but the casual attitude of the BJP’s central government in dealing with this mega scam, which is evident from its reluctance in taking strict measures to recover the reported missing files, betrays its much hyped commitment to fight corruption.
There are no answers even after four years as to why the funds meant for the welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes were diverted towards the Commonwealth Games and why has the central government has so far not booked the ministers and officers responsible for this scam ?
The manner in which the union home ministry and the Delhi administration are trying to duck this issue in unison, it gives rise to reasonble apprehnesion that the recent statement of former chief minister Ms Sheila Dikshit in which she saw nothing wrong in BJP trying to form a government in Delhi, despite it not having the required numbers, was linked to the missing file.
The Aam Aadmi Party demands that the home ministry and Delhi administration need to come clean on the entire issue, since the BJP central government’s decision to bring back the bureaucrats of Congress regime in key positions, indicates a joint cover-up bid to bury the CWG scam.
The AAP will take this issue to the people and tell them how funds meant for poor people were diverted by the Sheila Dikshit government and how the BJP government is now helping the Congress by allowing the evidence to be destroyed.  (ENDS)
Regards,
AAP Media cell


 

Ten outstanding documentaries shortlisted

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Ten outstanding documentaries shortlisted for the Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television 2014
Bangkok, Hong Kong, 18 September 2014 – Ten outstanding TV programmes about children and their rights have been shortlisted for the 2014 Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for broadcasting. The issues and countries covered by the finalists include trafficking in China, child labour in India, slavery in Nepal, and disability in the Philippines.
“There were many heart breaking moments in these programmes, and powerful stories that capture the plight of children,” the jurors said. “Some of the film crews enter areas that other producers might consider too dangerous or risky. There are some beautiful production values, with good writing, filming and soundtracks.”
The award has been run by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU), CASBAA and UNICEF since 2001. It recognizes the efforts of broadcasters and producers in pursuing high quality children’s television and better coverage of children’s issues. It is given each year to the best programme on children’s rights produced in the Asia-Pacific region.
“These documentaries show what a powerful medium television can be at its best, shining a bright light on real issues children face and challenging and stimulating viewers,” said Christopher de Bono, UNICEF’s Regional Chief of Communication for East Asia and Pacific. “We were very impressed with the overall quality of the entries, which are both inspiring and entertaining.”
This year’s award will be presented during the ABU General Assembly in Macau, on 27 October 2014. The ten finalists are:
‘101 East: The Lost Boy’, produced by Al Jazeera EnglishThis documentary addresses the issue of child labour in India, where 29 million children aged between 5-14 are working as child labourers. Thousands of them are believed to be employed in the lucrative mines of India’s Meghalaya state, risking injury and even death in coal pits.
‘101 East: Nepal’s Slave Girls’, produced by Al Jazeera English
Slavery is banned in Nepal. But hidden behind the walls of city homes, some rich families still keep young girls as slaves called kamlaris (a system in which girls from poor families are sold into domestic slavery). This documentary revisited lives of some kamlaris who were abused, raped, tortured or even killed by their employers.
‘Reel Time: Dunkoy’, produced by GMA News TV
Dunkoy, 9, has been abandoned by his parents. He has taken care of his paralyzed 51-year-old grandmother for years. With his small hands, he cleans her up and takes the role of a guardian for his grandmother. This huge responsibility has forced him to quit school.
‘Reel Time: Wheels’, produced by GMA News TV
Rowell, 15, has been unable to walk since an accident as a baby. On his wheelchair, Rowell works as a ‘barker’ along a busy road, helping bus drivers call out for passengers in exchange for a few coins. He lives in a public market near the loading area for buses. A few times a month, he travels almost 10 kilometres along the highway – a trip that takes him two hours on his wheelchair – to visit his mother and bring her money and rice.
‘Motorcycle Diaries: The Rights of Children’, produced by GMA News TV
Poverty denies countless Filipino children their basic rights. In this documentary, Motorcycle Diaries brings this issue to the fore, shining a light on the problems that millions of children in the Philippines struggle with.
‘Front Row (Orphaned)’, produced by GMA News TV
This documentary follows the daily life of a 10-year-old girl, Princess, who works at a wet market as a washer of produce. She receives five to twenty pesos (0.1 to 0.5 cents) for her work. After working for the entire morning, Princess then proceeds to her second job, gathering and selling recyclable trash from her neighbours. She has to do this every day to feed her three younger siblings who have been left by their parents.
‘I-Witness: Black Manila’, produced by GMA News TV
The documentary team visited a black smoky square mark in Manila, Philippines where poor children work and many babies die soon after birth. It’s a nightmarish world and a grimy, toxic place. But, for reasons this documentary reveals, residents prefer living here over their other options.
‘Reporter’s Notebook: Dreams Amid the Ashes’, produced by GMA News TV
This documentary follows Junjun, 12, who lost his house after a fire swept through Malabon, Manila. Together with his six siblings, he now calls the streets home. To help provide for his family, Junjun dives deep into a swamp filled with waste and ashes. Although scavenging is hazardous, Junjun does it in an attempt to rebuild their home and lives.
‘Undercover Asia: Invisible Children’, produced by Channel News Asia
Every year in China, 70,000 children disappear, falling prey to human traffickers. Chen Zhu lost his daughter in 2005 when she was snatched at the school’s gate. He has since spent all his savings searching for her. Zai Zai has devoted his entire life to helping parents like Chen Zhu find their missing children, and has helped rescue hundreds of abducted children.
‘A Singaporean Abroad: Mongolia’, produced by Channel News Asia
Stephanie Seow is only 24, but for several years she has run an annual camp for disadvantaged youngsters in the beautiful Mongolian countryside. This year she faces a bigger challenge than usual, taking care children who have suffered serious abuse.
More information
For more information about the Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television, please visit: www.childrightsaward.org
To view the shortlisted documentaries, visit:
tinyurl.com/childrights2014
For media enquiries, please contact:
Olya Booyar
ABU (Kuala Lumpur)
+ 603 22822480
olya@abu.org.my
Desmond Chung
CASBAA (Hong Kong)
+ 852 3929 1712,
desmond@casbaa.com
Kritsada Jirathun
UNICEF Asia Pacific (Bangkok)
+66 2 356 92 49
kjirathun@unicef.org
for the Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television 2014
Bangkok, Hong Kong, 18 September 2014 – Ten outstanding TV programmes about children and their rights have been shortlisted for the 2014 Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for broadcasting. The issues and countries covered by the finalists include trafficking in China, child labour in India, slavery in Nepal, and disability in the Philippines.
“There were many heart breaking moments in these programmes, and powerful stories that capture the plight of children,” the jurors said. “Some of the film crews enter areas that other producers might consider too dangerous or risky. There are some beautiful production values, with good writing, filming and soundtracks.”
The award has been run by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU), CASBAA and UNICEF since 2001. It recognizes the efforts of broadcasters and producers in pursuing high quality children’s television and better coverage of children’s issues. It is given each year to the best programme on children’s rights produced in the Asia-Pacific region.
“These documentaries show what a powerful medium television can be at its best, shining a bright light on real issues children face and challenging and stimulating viewers,” said Christopher de Bono, UNICEF’s Regional Chief of Communication for East Asia and Pacific. “We were very impressed with the overall quality of the entries, which are both inspiring and entertaining.”
This year’s award will be presented during the ABU General Assembly in Macau, on 27 October 2014. The ten finalists are:
‘101 East: The Lost Boy’, produced by Al Jazeera EnglishThis documentary addresses the issue of child labour in India, where 29 million children aged between 5-14 are working as child labourers. Thousands of them are believed to be employed in the lucrative mines of India’s Meghalaya state, risking injury and even death in coal pits.
‘101 East: Nepal’s Slave Girls’, produced by Al Jazeera English
Slavery is banned in Nepal. But hidden behind the walls of city homes, some rich families still keep young girls as slaves called kamlaris (a system in which girls from poor families are sold into domestic slavery). This documentary revisited lives of some kamlaris who were abused, raped, tortured or even killed by their employers.
‘Reel Time: Dunkoy’, produced by GMA News TV
Dunkoy, 9, has been abandoned by his parents. He has taken care of his paralyzed 51-year-old grandmother for years. With his small hands, he cleans her up and takes the role of a guardian for his grandmother. This huge responsibility has forced him to quit school.
‘Reel Time: Wheels’, produced by GMA News TV
Rowell, 15, has been unable to walk since an accident as a baby. On his wheelchair, Rowell works as a ‘barker’ along a busy road, helping bus drivers call out for passengers in exchange for a few coins. He lives in a public market near the loading area for buses. A few times a month, he travels almost 10 kilometres along the highway – a trip that takes him two hours on his wheelchair – to visit his mother and bring her money and rice.
‘Motorcycle Diaries: The Rights of Children’, produced by GMA News TV
Poverty denies countless Filipino children their basic rights. In this documentary, Motorcycle Diaries brings this issue to the fore, shining a light on the problems that millions of children in the Philippines struggle with.
‘Front Row (Orphaned)’, produced by GMA News TV
This documentary follows the daily life of a 10-year-old girl, Princess, who works at a wet market as a washer of produce. She receives five to twenty pesos (0.1 to 0.5 cents) for her work. After working for the entire morning, Princess then proceeds to her second job, gathering and selling recyclable trash from her neighbours. She has to do this every day to feed her three younger siblings who have been left by their parents.
‘I-Witness: Black Manila’, produced by GMA News TV
The documentary team visited a black smoky square mark in Manila, Philippines where poor children work and many babies die soon after birth. It’s a nightmarish world and a grimy, toxic place. But, for reasons this documentary reveals, residents prefer living here over their other options.
‘Reporter’s Notebook: Dreams Amid the Ashes’, produced by GMA News TV
This documentary follows Junjun, 12, who lost his house after a fire swept through Malabon, Manila. Together with his six siblings, he now calls the streets home. To help provide for his family, Junjun dives deep into a swamp filled with waste and ashes. Although scavenging is hazardous, Junjun does it in an attempt to rebuild their home and lives.
‘Undercover Asia: Invisible Children’, produced by Channel News Asia
Every year in China, 70,000 children disappear, falling prey to human traffickers. Chen Zhu lost his daughter in 2005 when she was snatched at the school’s gate. He has since spent all his savings searching for her. Zai Zai has devoted his entire life to helping parents like Chen Zhu find their missing children, and has helped rescue hundreds of abducted children.
‘A Singaporean Abroad: Mongolia’, produced by Channel News Asia
Stephanie Seow is only 24, but for several years she has run an annual camp for disadvantaged youngsters in the beautiful Mongolian countryside. This year she faces a bigger challenge than usual, taking care children who have suffered serious abuse.
More information
For more information about the Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television, please visit: www.childrightsaward.org
To view the shortlisted documentaries, visit:
tinyurl.com/childrights2014
For media enquiries, please contact:
Olya Booyar
ABU (Kuala Lumpur)
+ 603 22822480
olya@abu.org.my
Desmond Chung
CASBAA (Hong Kong)
+ 852 3929 1712,
desmond@casbaa.com
Kritsada Jirathun
UNICEF Asia Pacific (Bangkok)
+66 2 356 92 49
kjirathun@unicef.org


 

Cinestars Contestants Get A Taste of Acting on TV

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With the season nearing its finale, the Top 8 contestants lived out their dream of
sharing screen space with popular Zee TV actors…

With just a week left for its Grand Finale episode, Zee TV’s Cinestars Ki Khoj will soon announce its winners who will go on to make their debuts in a film creatively supervised by none other than the maestro Mahesh Bhatt . Having had their acting talent honed over the last 2 months by some of the finest experts from Bollywood, these budding actors are all set to take the entertainment scene by storm. What’s more, for the latest episode of the acting reality show, this talented bunch even made their television debut on some of Zee TV’s popular primetime soaps!

Featuring in some of your favorite shows like Jodha Akbar, Qubool Hai, Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke, Kumkum Bhagya, Pavitra Rishta, Doli Armaanon Ki, Jamai Raja and Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, the contestants were given a chance to play cameo roles with the lead protagonists of the show. Getting into the skin of some interesting, well-etched characters on each of these shows, the Top 8 contestants played these cameos with aplomb.

Meenu Panchal played the role of a maharashtrian bai in Kumkum Bhagya. Being aHaryanvi girl, the ease with which Meenu caught on to the Marathi accent was commendable. Playing a mawali, Bhawna Dhoundiyal stepped into the shoes of a firebrand girl who fights for everybody’s rights in the show Pavitra Rishta. A tough girl even otherwise, Bhawna was seen carrying the mawali attitude with ease. While there were others who played straight-faced characters, Sayed Mamoon’s character in the showDoli Armaanon Ki, caught on with everybody as it was truly comical. Playing the character of a man who is possessed, Sayeed’s dialogues were funny and called for some hilarious facial contortions and body language on his part. Okasana was seen in a fun street sequence playing a foreigner in Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke while Akshay Nalawade played the role of a yodha in Zee TV’s historical Jodha Akbar. Saurabh Bharadwaj played a boy-next-door in Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya and Vikram Chatterjee played a corrupt Police Inspector in Jamai Raja.

Much appreciated by the creative teams of the shows they had performed cameos on, these Top 8 contestants will be seen in an episode in each of the shows. With the show nearing its finale, we hope that the audiences shower them with votes and we hope the best wins.

Do not miss watching Cera India’s Best Cinestras Ki Khoj powered by Glam Up, Every Saturday and Sunday from 9 – 10 PM, Only on Zee TV!


 

Health Minister wants child death reduction targets achieved before schedule

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Bill Gates praises India’s polio conquest; Melinda by side commits help on UIP

New Delhi, 18th September, 2014

Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Health Minister, has said that the government is confident of reducing the newborn (birth to 28 days) mortality rate to single digit long before the 2030 target date. The present death rate is 29 per 1,000 live births. For this are required simple, cost-effective interventions before and immediately after delivery.

Inaugurating the Indian Newborn Action Plan (INAP) here today, the Minister said that of the 2.8 million newborns who die at birth worldwide, India contributes 700,000. “These are preventable deaths and now we have an action plan for preventing them. I don’t believe in long-range targets. We must achieve our goal within a short time.”
INAP has been prepared with the help of expertise drawn from distinguished members of a Technical Resource Group. They have set out a vision of a world in which there are no preventable deaths of newborns or still births, where every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is celebrated and every woman, baby and child thrive to reach to reach their full potential.
The Minister said that INAP will be implemented under the existing Reproductive, Maternal, Child Health and Adolescents Plus (RMNCHA+) framework. Six evidence-based, effective strategies impacting still births and newborn health will be used. These include preconception and antenatal care, care during labour and child birth, immediate newborn care, care of healthy newborns, care of small and sick newborns and care beyond newborn survival.
Under the sixth pillar of care –beyond newborn survival – India has taken the vital decision to improve the quality of life for those with birth defects, neuro-developmental delay and disabilities. Effective implementation of the strategic plan will be ensured through a systematic plan for monitoring and evaluation of dashboard indicators and milestones.
Recalling the involvement of all stakeholders in the fight against polio,
Dr Harsh Vardhan wanted a replication while saving the lives of newborns. In this struggle the role of the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) will be crucial. It is also essential to identify and close all the gaps in the system, he stated.
Praising Mr Bill Gates and Mrs Melinda Gates for their valuable support to India’s health programmes and particularly Mother and Child Care, Dr Harsh Vardhan said the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is doing valuable work in the rural areas of the country.
“Just as he revolutionised the basic human thought process through the personal computer revolution, Bill Gates has saved millions of lives by donating billions of dollars for transforming conditions of human existence. At a time when the anti-polio campaign was threatened for want of adequate funds, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation stepped in with help. They are invaluable partners in our fight against disease and death,” Dr Harsh Vardhan said.
The Minister also thanked the Indian Academy of Pediatricians for the work done by its members in helping infants survive the most vulnerable years. “We have a deadline to meet the United Nations Millennium Development Goals which is only a year away. I hope to get every doctor’s contribution in achieving this target,” he said.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Bill Gates, Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, wholesomely praised the Minister for his pioneering work in polio eradication. “There are lessons to be learnt from India’s fight against polio which may be applied against other diseases also,” he pointed out.

Mr Gates lauded the government for expanding the list of diseases under the Universal Immunisation Programme. He highlighted the importance of including the Rotavirus vaccine in the package.

Mrs Melinda Gates, Co-Chair of the Foundation, said that by launching INAP, India has shown leadership in addressing newborn and maternal mortality. She too commended the ASHA and auxiliary nurse midwives for their roles in Mother and Child care in the rural areas. “Healthy mothers and healthy children are crucial for India to realise the demographic dividend,” she added.

*****

MV

Regards

Sonia Sarkar
Communication Officer (Media) , UNICEF India
Tel (+91) 9810170289,98918614


 

Folk Dance and Music, Clarinet and Piano recital, Literature and more

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Folk Dance and Music, Clarinet and Piano recital, Literature and more
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Dear Friends,Greetings from the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre!
I hope that you all must have enjoyed the first set of listings out of our juke box of events for the season! After these starters, we open the galore and present an exhibition of oil paintings by Jenő Balogh, an eminentspiritual painter from Hungary, who considers Mother Teresa to be his inspiration.
On the occasion of the 200th birth anniversary of the world famous Hungarian architect Miklós Ybl,Dr. Ágnes Kirpalani will be holding a talk on his lifeworks.
Music and dance will be presented by renowned artists of Hungary. Csillagszeműek (Starry Eyed), an eminent Hungarian Folk Dance Group will be participating at the 1st International Folk Dance and Music Festival,organized by ICCR. During the tour, they will also be performing at various venues across India. The young talented clarinetist Péter Horváth and pianist Beáta Gincsai will give concerts at several institutions in India and Sri Lanka.
For those who are interested in learning an unique language, Hungarian for free, registration is still open.
The cinema lovers will get to witness some of the exciting Hungarian films as a part of various film festivals.
Tibor Kovács
Director
and Cultural Counsellor

and HICC Team
Yet, we have more to offer, so please keep yourselves updated about the forthcoming events by subscribing to our monthly e-Newsletter, athicc.delhi@gmail.com. Visit us atwww.delhi.balassiintezet.hu.
You can also connect with us through
So don’t miss any of our magnificent programmes and stay awaited!
 CALENDAR OF EVENTSDetails of our upcoming events can be seen below by clicking on the date in the table.
DatesType of programmeVenueEvent
Up to Sept 26 Orientation:
Sept 29, Mon, 6 pm
Language courseHICCREGISTRATION and ORIENTATION CLASS for the Hungarian Language Course
Sept 23–Oct 17 Opening: Sept 23, Tues, 6 pmPainting ExhibitionHICC“PLANETARY CONSCIOUSNESS” – Oil paintings by Jenő Balogh, Hungarian spiritual painter
Sept 25–Oct 22Film screeningMysore,
Delhi University
Participation with HUNGARIAN FILMS on film festivals
(Oct 22 screening only for DU students)
Oct 10, Fri, 5 pmPetőfi Book ClubHICCCommemorating the 200 years of birth anniversary of world known Hungarian architect MIKLÓS YBL – Lecture by Dr. Ágnes Kirpalani
Oct 13, MondayFolk Dance and MusicKamani AuditoriumCSILLAGSZEMŰEK (Starry Eyed Hungarian Folk Dance Group) – performance on the 1st International Folk Dance And Music Festival, ICCR
Oct 14–22Folk Dance and MusicDelhi, Jaipur, Sharanpur, Dehradun, Noida,…CSILLAGSZEMŰEK (Starry Eyed Hungarian Folk Dance Group) – Tour in India
Oct 18–Nov 2Music ConcertIIT – Delhi, SPIC MACAY – Chennai, Sri Lanka, HICC, DIAFCLARINET/SAXOPHONE AND PIANO RECITAL by Hungarian young talented musicians – Péter Horváth and Beáta Gincsai

Programmes until 2 November, 2014
Language Course Registration
at HICCUp to
September 26
Orientation on
September 29 Monday
6:00 pm
STUDYING AN UNIQUE LANGUAGERegistration and Orientation Class
Those who are interested in learning Hungarian, which is unique and spoken only by 15 million people in the world, can register. Forms are available at the reception on weekdays from 10 am – 4 pm.
The orientation class is compulsory for the beginners, followed by the distribution of certificates to the students of the previous academic session, who have successfully completed their course.
Painting Exhibition
at HICCSeptember 23–October 17
Inauguration on
September 23 Tuesday
6:00 pm
PLANETARY CONSCIOUSNESSOil paintings by Jenő Balogh
“My paintings depict a world without people, warning that this is going to happen if we continue to be with this way of exploitation to the Earth. I mostly paint with blue colour that is the colour of Planet Earth and also the colour of Soul. However, I also use red that is the colour of Mars, a lifeless planet. For me painting is a token of energy, coming from my soul.”quotes Balogh
Jenő Balogh’s ideology and efforts try to bring-out the real aspects of humanity through his works. Mother Teresa, the woman of love as addressed by Balogh, is the inspiration behind his works. With the aim to introduce Peace and reflect on Love around the World, we present this remarkable artist, whose purpose is to raise awareness for Mother Teresa’s legacy and to establish World Charity Day.
(On view from 10 am – 4 pm, weekdays only)
Petőfi Book Club
at HICCOctober 10
Friday
5:00 pm
COMMEMORATING 200TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF MIKLÓS YBL, AN EMINENT ARCHITECTLecture by Dr. Ágnes Kirpalani
Miklós Ybl (1814–1891) was one of Europe’s leading architects in the mid to late nineteenth century as well as Hungary’s most influential architect during his career. His most well-known work is the Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest. Many of his buildings have been known to be the determinant elements of the cityscape of Budapest like the Saint Stephen’s Basilica, the Rác Baths, the former Palace of Customs, the throne room and Krisztinaváros’s wing of the Royal Palace. He also built countless churches, apartments and castles in the provinces. The annual architectural prize, founded in 1953, was named after him in his honor.
Folk Dance
and Music Tour
October 13–22

CSILLAGSZEMŰEK (STARRY EYED)Folk Dance Group from Hungary
The ˝Csillagszeműek˝, regularly performs at the Hungarian Dance-Performers’ Star-gala, Opera House, and takes part in the eminent dance-art events and festivals. The ensemble was awarded with the Hungarian heritage prize in 1998 and with the European dance prize in 2003. In 2002 summer, they performed for the emperor and empress of Japan at the Castle Museum of Esztergom, while in fall, they performed in Strasbourg at the European Parliament at the occasion of Hungary’s introduction.
The Csillagszeműek represent Hungary in all major cities of Europe, New Zealand, and Japan. After a successful tour to 13 Indian cities, the group performed at the Delhi International Arts Festival in 2012. This will be the ensemble’s second visit to India and they will participate in the 1st International Folk Dance and Music Festival by ICCR.
TOUR SCHEDULE
October 13, MondayKamani Auditorium, New Delhi (ICCR)
October 14 – 15Jaipur (ICCR)
October 16 – 21Saharanpur, Dehradun… (SPIC MACAY)
October 22Delhi, NCR…
Music Concert TourOctober 18 – November 2

CLARINET/SAXOPHONE AND PIANO RECITALby Péter Horváth and Beáta Gincsai
Péter Horváth is a professional saxophonist and clarinetist. He graduated from the world famous Ferenc Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary, as a Master of Music in 2008. Now, he is a member of the Zuglo Philharmonic Orchestra and was a former member of top symphony orchestras in Hungary. He has won numerous competitions and has been performing at various concert halls in Hungary and abroad, like The Palace of Arts in Budapest and The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City.
Beáta Gincsai began to play piano at the young age of 6. She has been bestowed with numerous prizes at various music competitions and had graduated from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music as a Master of Piano and Teaching in 2010. She accompanies other instrumentalists and singers. Beáta and Péter have been playing together for the past two years.
TOUR SCHEDULE
October 18, SaturdayIIT Delhi – Rendezvous 2014
October 21 – 22SPIC MACAY, Chennai
October 23 – 28Sri Lanka
October 31, FridayHICC(A musical contribution in the Literary Evening)
November 1, SaturdayAgra
November 2, SundayDelhi International Arts Festival, India Habitat Centre
Film SessionSeptember – OctoberPARTICIPATION IN FILM FESTIVALSScreening of Hungarian Films
September 25 – October 2Mysore Film SocietyDasara Film Festival, Mysore
October 22Department of SFUS, Delhi University, North CampusLittle Europe Film Festival Theme: Migration(only for DU students)
Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre reserves the right to change the programs and the dates.


 

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