Monday, September 21, 2015

Doing Business – India Slipped 1-6 Ranks, No IPR Protection

September21, 2015 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia008@yahoo.com
Responding to big advertisements – Punjab ranked No.1 in starting a business and in this Gujarat is ranked 12, Gujarat claiming top rank on many counts, at World Banks’ own website India Rank 158 has slipped 1-6 Ranks in just 12 months.
Department Of Industrial Policy & Promotion [DIPP] has ALWAYS BUNGLED UP– DIPP believes Industrial Promotion is ‘RUNNING A SHOP & DUKANDARI’
DIPPs Criteria of Ranking of States were ‘1. Setting up a business, 2. Allotment of land and obtaining construction permit, 3. Complying with environment procedures, 4. Complying with labour regulations, 5. Obtaining infrastructure related utilities, 6. Registering and complying with tax procedures, 7. Carrying out inspections, 8. Enforcing contracts.’  
ESSENTIAL CRITERIAS OF ‘INDUSTRIAL PROMOTION’ MISSING ARE: –

1.    Value Added By Industry,
2.    Manufacture of Advance Technology Products, and Exports,
3.    Intellectual Property, Years to Get A Patent [Patents Filed in Foreign Countries]
4.    Ease of Takeover Of Companies, Running & Sick,
5.    Percent of Engineers & R&D Person Employed Per Capita,
6.    Average Wages Paid to Skilled Workers & Managers,
7.    Rate of DIVIDEND Paid as Percent of Capital Investment & Turnover.
8.    Tax Concessions and Incentives Secured By State Industry.
9.    Plant & Machinery Cost as Percent of Total Project Cost,
10.  Number of Subsidiaries Run By State Industries.
Core Idea Missing ‘Industries Are Funded By Indian Money, MUST BE OWNED & MANAGED BY BEST QUALIFIED’ – UNDER PERFORMING INDUSTRIES ON TEN COUNTS ARE UNACCEPTABLE & BE SUBJECTED TO QUICK TAKEOVERS.
‘Globally, India stands at 158 in the ranking of 189 economies on the ease of starting a business (figure 2.2).’
Topics
DB 2015 Rank
DB 2014 Rank
Change in Rank
Starting a Business   
158
156
-2
Dealing with Construction Permits   
184
183
-1
Getting Electricity   
137
134
-3
Registering Property   
121
115
-6
Getting Credit   
36
30
-6
Protecting Minority Investors
7
21
14
Paying Taxes   
156
154
-2
Trading Across Borders   
126
122
-4
Enforcing Contracts   
186
186
No change
Resolving Insolvency   
137
135
-2
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS

Eight killed, dozens injured series of blasts rock north-eastern Nigerian city

At least eight people have been killed and dozens injured by triple explosions which struck the city of Maiduguri in the north-east of Nigeria, according to a hospital source, who added that many more people are feared dead. A military spokesman confirmed that the three blasts targeted a mosque and areas near the building on the edge of the city center, Reuters reported. Nobody has immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. However, it comes a day after Boko Haram accused the government of lying about army successes against the Islamist militant group.Media agencies

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Ajay Jayaram Loses to World No. 1 Chen Long in Korea Open Final
Sep 20,  2:15 PM
World no. one Chinese Cheng Long defeated Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram 21-14, 21-13 in the final to win the Korea Open Badminton tournament at Seoul today.
For Cheng, it is the sixth trophy of the season. Ranked 32nd in the world, Jayaram had defeated sixth placed Viktor Axelsen of Denmark and seventh seed Chou Tien Chen of Chinese Taipei on his way to the Final.
Earlier, Jayaram had reached the semi-finals of Malaysia Masters Grand Prix, Swiss Open Grand Prix and Russian Open Grand Prix this season.
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Rebtel Desi Dancers Take Over Times Square Giving Desnudas a Run for Their Money
Telecom Giant Rebtel Brings Topless Bollywood Dance to Times Square and Dances into the Center of Controversy
New York, NY (September 20th, 2015) – New York City is abuzz with chatter about the latest source of contention to hit Times Square: nude women in full body paint posing with onlookers for money. The press and general public have gone crazy over this story with multiple view points, and now Rebtel (www.Rebtel.com), has tactfully danced its way in to the eye of the storm. Last night Rebtel pulled off a well-crafted move that had Times Square roaring, and a slew of cameras snapping. The flash event featured a handful of gorgeous nude Bollywood dancers clad in only body paint styled in the design of  green and gold half Sarees. The women hit Times square at 9:45PM and were filmed dancing to the popular Indian song, Chammak Challo, at the Pedestrian Plaza in Times Square https://youtu.be/orZ5z_Y_cKU .  A fast crowd gathered to watch and hopped in for free photo ops following the flash event, including the current controversial times square Desnudas. Combining eyebrow raising female nudity, the use of body paint in Times Square, seductive Bollywood moves, and the daring choice of an incredibly risqué stunt for a generally conservative culture, Rebtel now stands alone among competitors such as Skype and Reliance, not only for their extremely affordable Unlimited Calling Plan to India, for just $8 a month with the first month free (www.rebtel.com/indiaunlimited), but also for their eagerness to ignore boundaries and become the latest topic in the already heated debate over such displays; all in the name of creating conversation within the Indian community. The topless dancers ended their dance holding a sign that said “Rebtel Gives You Something to Talk About #IndiaUnlimited”.
“Rebtel’s Indian users are a generation of free thinkers, free speakers, and free spirits.” States Varun Atrey, Rebtel Marketing Manager. “The way for us to get their attention is to step outside of the box and look at what makes such a demographic tick. Why let cultural conventions allow us to shy away from something that has people talking, when we know that our audience will applaud our efforts to change the tide using any means necessary. This video is our way of proving to rebellious fans that we are not afraid of upping the ante in order to spark communication. We are proud that Rebtel represents a new generation of free thinkers.”
Rebtel’s racy flash event and video of the event is already shaking up the Indian consumer market, addressing the disparity between conservative Indian culture, and the exhibitions of nudity that are currently raising questions about women’s rights to freedom over their bodies. Rebtel is not afraid to propel these questions, believing that they will prove to trigger even more discussion and lively debate between Indians living in America and their loved ones back home, making unlimited calling even more necessary than ever before. The telecom company is truly giving New York City and all of the United States something to talk about, and quite timely for their  Unlimited calling release to India.
The flash event was filmed by Bravo Media with Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR Firm behind the stunt. Body paint was masterfully applied by well-known body paint artist Andy Golub. Dancers for the stunt were provided by Mixt Dance Group. The dance was strategically  built from famed Bollywood movie Ra One and choreographed by Bollywood Touch’s lead choreographers, Monica Desai and Sanchi Lunawat. The body paint was fashioned in the style of the Chammak Challo scene.
To see Rebtel’s much talked about new video for yourself visit https://youtu.be/orZ5z_Y_cKU . For more information on Rebtel’s Unlimited Calling to India plan or to connect for media interview purposes please emaileosborn@beautifulplanning.com or call 1.877.841.7244. To download the app visit: http://www.rebtel.com/en/Get-Rebtel/.
ABOUT REBTEL
From its beginnings as a plucky start-up intent on disrupting the telecom industry to its present day status as one of the most successful digital international calling companies in the world, Rebtel has always remained true to its vision of providing user friendly, cheap, and high quality communication to immigrant communities across the globe. Rebtel was founded in 2006 and is a profitable company with a turnover of $95 million in 2014. Rebtel is headquartered in Stockholm with team members across the globe.
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Preliminary Earthquake Report
Magnitude6.3
Date-Time
  • 21 Sep 2015 05:39:33 UTC
  • 21 Sep 2015 02:39:34 near epicenter
  • 21 Sep 2015 09:39:33 standard time in your timezone
Location31.585S 71.712W
Depth22 km
Distances
  • 52 km (32 mi) W of Illapel, Chile
  • 73 km (45 mi) WNW of Salamanca, Chile
  • 106 km (65 mi) NNW of La Ligua, Chile
  • 119 km (73 mi) SSW of Ovalle, Chile
  • 230 km (142 mi) NNW of Santiago, Chile
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