Sunday, April 12, 2015

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara attended the Maimouna festivities in Or Akiva this evening.
Prime Minister Netanyahu said:
"First I would like to wish everyone a happy holiday. Enjoy and eat! I would like to tell you that my family – Sara, the boys and myself – traveled during the holiday like so many families in Israel. We saw the great momentum that one sees in our country. Everywhere you go you see progress – roads being paved, communities expanding; it seems that some of them need help in expanding even faster. There is very great momentum in the State of Israel and we are committed to continuing it by seeing to three things.
First, the unity of the nation. This finds expression on Maimouna. The dust of the elections has settled. We must strengthen unity among the citizens and people of Israel, and this we will do.
Second, the welfare of the people. We are committed to continuing the impressive accelerated economic development of the State of Israel. However, this must be accompanied by lowering the cost of living, especially housing prices. To this end, we must increase supply; we must increase supply by many ways, and thus we will do. We promised to do this and this will be the first mission of the government that – with G-d's help – I will quickly form.
Third, perhaps first, we must see to the security of the country. We face great and manifold challenges, the greatest of which has been, and remains, Iran's effort to develop nuclear weapons capabilities. To my regret, all of the things I warned about vis-à-vis the framework agreement that was put together in Lausanne are coming true before our eyes. This framework gives the leading terrorist state in the world a certain path to nuclear bombs, which would threaten Israel, the Middle East and the entire world. We see that Iran is being left with significant nuclear capabilities; it is not dismantling them, it is preserving them. We also see that the inspection is not serious. How can such a country be trusted?! As of now there is no real monitoring. We see that the sanctions are being lifted, immediately, according to Iran's demand, and this is without Iran having changed its policy of aggression everywhere, not just against Israel, but in Yemen, the Bab el-Mandeb, the Middle East and through global terrorist networks. The most dangerous terrorist state in the world must not be allowed to have the most dangerous weapons in the world. Therefore, we are committed to try and prevent the bad agreement and replace it with a good agreement.
I would like to wish all of you that your wishes come true, that our country continues to flourish, prosper and grow and I assure you that I will do everything to see to national unity, the national welfare and the security of Israel.
A happy holiday to all. Eat and enjoy!"
Photos: Kobi Gideon, GPO.

Modi in Hannover

 Prime Minister is having meeting with some top business men of Germany in Hannover this evening. Media covering Mr Narendra Modi reports they include CEOs of the Deutsche Bank, Thyeeen Krupp, BMW AG, basf, Hannover -Ruck and Linde AG. Mr Modi is expected to know from the CEOs how to promote more investments in India and promote the vision of Make in India.
Modi was given a warm welcome by the Indian community on his arrival at the hotel where he is staying. He was received by the German Ambassador in India and other top official s of the German Foreign office. Along the 20-minute drive from the airport, the route was punctuated with Bill Boards promoting Make in India.
Mr Modi will jointly Inaugurate with the German Chancellor the world’s biggest Trade fair in which India is a partner country. About four hundred companies are expected to participate in the week long fair. Germany is the largest economy of the Europe and largest trading partner of India. India received about one billion dollar worth of FDI from Germany last year.
Later in the evening , the PM will meet Indian Students and also unveil the bust of the Father of the Nation.
Aam Aadmi Party statement on Union FINANCE Minister’s suggestion to discourage Public Interest Litigations (PILs) : 
Close on the heels of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s veiled suggestion to the country’s top judiciary to be tough on civil right activists and NGOs, FINANCEMinister Arun Jaitley has now expounded another anti-people idea to discourage activists seeking to bring to light the truth of government and corporate linkage through PILs.
The suggestion of the FINANCE Minister to make it mandatory for those filing PILs against the government on development projects to declare their source of funds is a move in sync with the Modi government’s continuous efforts to curb voices against the anti-people policies of the government.
While Modi sought to muzzle the right thinking voices in the country against the increasing radical tendencies by suggesting to the judiciary to be harsh on them, the FINANCE Minister through his suggestion has send in a feeler to all PIL activists to shun the path of seeking truth or else they are sure to be harassed with his department retaliating with full vengeance.
It should be noted that BJP under Modi came to power on the anti-corruption plank pioneered by the civil society activists and major scams like the coal scam, 2G spectrum scam and many other came to light and was pursued to bring the culprits to book through the PIL and many right thinking citizens contributed selflessly to expose the corrupt syndicate of the government and corporate.
It seems that the government under Modi foresees a similar fate like that of UPA and hence are making enough arrangements in advance to make themselves immune to legal action and punishments.
Apart from shunting voices against the government, the Modi-Jaitley duo through their suggestion also seek to protest the corrupt practices of the corporate. Any such move will fought to the end by the Aam Aadmi Party inside and outside the Parliament. The people of the country are aware of the sinister plan of the Modi government and will teach them a fitting lesson in the coming elections.
AAP Media cell
7000 Fold increase in Price of Land Acquisition to Retail – SC
April12, 2015 (C) Ravinder Singh
Supreme Court in its judgment of July02, 2013 admitted to Price of Land Acquisition Notified in 22-03-2003 for Phase-II to be as low as Rs,1,75,000 per acre but HSIIDC retailed it for Rs.77,54,34,189 per acre on 11-09-2010 and earlier bulk purchase price on 30-06-2006 was Rs.68.61 Crores Per acre for Ex-P6.

SC didn’t consider Rs.68 crore deposited in Bank would have been worth Rs.90 crores and invested in stock Market would have been say Rs.200 crores.

This Is 7000 TIMES Notified Price – Farmers Were Illegally Denied Capitalization Of Their Wealth and Ancestral Property.

HSIIDC in 2008 allotted 600 acres of land to Maruti Udyog at Rs.19,00,000 / acre.

Such a situation arise when Firstly Farmers are not able to Hire ‘COMPETENT ADVOCATE’ and Secondly ‘Advocates They Engage Are Batting For Corporate.’

As Collector Notification of 22.7.2003 There Was Big DISCRIMINATION Within Village and Source of MEGA Corruption. Land value is Notified between Rs.1,75,000 to Rs.10,00,000 to DIVIDE farmers or Landowners.
Name of the
Chahi per acre in Rs.
Bhood per
acre in Rs.
Banjar per
acre in Rs.
Gair Mumkin per acre in Rs.
Bas Kusla
Naharpur Kasan
Valuation of RIL Operating Many Units Directly + 103 Subsidiaries Pay Rs.2793 Crore in 2013-14 as DIVIDEND to Shareholders

How is that Farm Land Value Is Based On Productivity?
SC also didn’t Consider That Farmers Can Themselves Offer LandTo Industry or Cut Plots For Commercial Purpose or Set Up Own IndustryTo ADD VALUE TO THEIR LAND HOLDINGS BUT NOT ALLOWED. 
SC also didn’t Consider Maruti Udyog is Producing Cars for All Indians & For Exports – Why Should Few Villages Subsidize Maruti Udyog?


Importantly Companies Acquire Land Many Times Their Requirement Funded By Public Bank Deposits – RIL 10X Land For Jamnagar Refinery.  

Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9718280435, 9650421857
FICCI Innovation & Technology led Delegation to the USA
(Participation in TiEcon 2015Silicon Valley Conference & Expo at Santa Clara)May 11-16, 2015:  Austin & Silicon Valley
Dear Sir/ Madam,
Following the success of first delegation visit of techno-entrepreneurs to the United States of America in September 2014, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) in association IC2 institute at the University of Texas, TiE-Silicon Valley, US India Business Council (USIBC) is mounting the second multi sectoral Innovation and Technology led Business Delegation to the United States of America during May 11-16, 2015. 
The delegation would be visiting Austin, Texas during May 11- 12 and Silicon Valley during May 13-16.
The delegation would comprise of approx. 50 technology led organisation/ startups/innovators from India from diverse sectors including Information Technology; Education, Energy & utilities; Oil & Gas; environmental and waste management services; Telecommunications; Defence & Homeland security; Food Processing; Biotechnology; Pharmaceutical; Healthcare; Instruments; technology & Services; materials; chemicals, etc. A few senior officials from the Department of Science and Technology are also likely to attend the Silicon Valley Program.
The Austin program will be organized jointly with the IC2 institute at the University of Texas, Austin. The prime agenda in Austin would be to visit leading technology incubators, technology commercialization centres and network with Austin based industries, venture capitalists and angel investors.
In Silicon Valley, the delegation will be participating and showcasing at TiECon, one of the top 10 conferences for entrepreneurship globally. TiEcon 2015,  ( for May 15-16 at the Santa Clara Convention Center will feature startups, research labs, universities, and technology corporations showcasing their products or services. TiEcon will be an excellent platform for Indian enterprises to network and showcase their products and innovations to global business leaders, TiE charter members, sponsors and movers/shakers from Silicon Valley.
Apart from TiEcon 2015 event, FICCI is planning to organise Industry Visits, Seminar & Investor Meet on 14th May at Silicon Valley.
The visit program is still evolving and we shall be happy to share the same with you shortly.
Knowing your key interest in this region and the excellent business opportunities that could emerge from the interaction, we invite you to join this important delegation.
We shall be grateful if you could kindly confirm your participation not later than 10th April, 2015. Your early confirmation will help us complete necessary formalities required for the visit.
The PARTICIPATION FEE &REGISTRATION FORM  is attached herewith for your information. The travel & accommodation cost will be taken care of by the delegate.
For any further details, your office may please feel free to get in touch with my colleague Mr. Samrat Soo, Joint Director, FICCI at Tel: +91-11-23736313 (D) , Email:
Looking forward to your response at the earliest.
With best regards,
Nirankar Saxena
Senior Director
New Delhi

Jitu Rai’s 10m Air Pistol Bronze Highlight of Competition Day Three at Changwon Shooting World Cup

Jitu’s seventh consecutive Medal in World Shooting events since June, 2014
New Delhi, 12 April 2015: It looks impossible to halt the Jitu Rai juggernaut. Just when one felt that the diminutive Army Pistol ace’s Medal winning spree at World Shooting events would come to an end, he pulled out the proverbial ‘rabbit out of the hat’ in the Men’s 10m Air Pistol event at the ongoing Shooting World Cup (Rifle/Pistol) in Changwon, Korea to clinch the Bronze Medal. This is Jitu’s seventh continuous Medal in World Shooting events, a run which started way back in June, 2014. What makes this Medal even more special is the fact that Jitu disappointed yesterday in his pet 50m Pistol, finishing 21st, in an event where he is ranked 2nd in the world and one in which he had won India her first Olympic quota place at the World Championships in Granada last year, with a Silver winning performance.
At one stage it looked all lost, when Jitu overcame a sluggish start in the qualification round, where shooters have to shoot a total of 60 shots, to just about make it to the final round in 8th position with a score of 581. In the eight man final as well, Jitu started off very slowly, unable to score 10 or more with his shots with any form of regularity, before coming into his own midway through the finals to clinch the Bronze. Jitu’s Korean rival and world number one Jin Jongoh, was meanwhile shooting on a different planet and won Gold with a Finals World Record score of 206. Nuang Ye Tun of Malaysia won the Silver Medal in the event.
“We are delighted to see another Bronze coming our way through Jitu’s performance today. The phenomenon of Jitu Rai has surfaced again, adding to his rich haul of medals since last year. This only showcases the class that this young Army Marksman possesses and what strength he adds to the Indian contingent. I would also like to thank the Armed Forces for their continuous efforts towards providing top class shooters without fail,” said Mr. Raninder Singh, President, NRAI after Jitu’s win today.
In other news from India’s shooting contingent in Changwon, Jitu’s compatriots in the 10m Air Pistol, Prakash Nanjappa and Gurpreet Singh finished 18th and 48th respectively in the qualification round. Chain Singh did well to qualify for the eight man final in the Men’s 50m Rifle Prone event ahead of established stars like Gagan Narang and finished sixth in the finals. Chain had shot 623.4 to qualify for the finals in seventh position. In the Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions, Elizabeth Susan Koshy shot 580 in her elimination round to finish fourth, while Lajja Gauswami and Anjali Bhagwat in their respective elimination rounds finished fifth and eighth respectively with scores of 568 and 567.
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