Friday, December 11, 2015

VOGUE 10-12-15
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a film by VIBHA BAKSHI

-The Huffington Post
National Film Award
Best Film on Social Issues

Awarded by the President of India
 Official Selection at the prestigious

 Best reviewed Indian documentary of the year
IMDB rating 8.7

Tuesday,15th December 2015

6.30 p.m. Registration
7:00 p.m. Film screening
8:15 p.m. Panel dialogue
Stein Auditorium

Lodhi Road, Near Airforce Bal Bharati School,
New Delhi 11003
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 Screening followed by felicitation of our esteemed stakeholders for making this film possible and
being part of the movement for Change

(Names in order of appearance in the film)
 Additional Solicitor General Supreme Court Ms Indira Jaising
Member of the Anti Rape Recommendation Committee Former Justice Leila Seth
Commissioner of Police, Delhi Mr Neeraj Kumar
Head of Delhi Police Unit for Women and Children Ms Suman Nalwa
Commissioner of Police Law and Order, Delhi Mr Deepak Mishra
Head of Delhi Police Control and Command Room Mr Paldan
Sociologist and Professor Dr Dipankar Gupta
Activist Dr Kiran Bedi
Principal of Sanskriti School Dr Abha Sahgal
Social Analyst Dr Syed Mubin Zehra
Activist and Founder of Asmita Theatre Group Mr Arvind Gaur

Police Officers from Delhi Police
Students from Jawaharlal Nehru University
Faculty and Students of Sanskriti School
Dramatists of Asmita Theatre Group
Mr Rahul Rasgotra 
Joint Director Home Ministry (Intelligence)

The National Film Award jury described the 45-minute film as
“explicitly and determinedly turning the spotlight on the burning issue of rape in the country.”

-The Guardian 
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ChennaiFloods:Now in Singaporeflood heavy rain

ChennaiFloods:Now in Singaporeflood heavy rain rise to poorer winter.
‪#‎SGFLOOD‬: Heavy rain lashed this afternoon caused flash floods across the island as well as a fallen tree along Orchard Road appears to be clear case of eastern chillywinds crash midway causing rain due to lack of velocity thus Chilly winter in North India and especially at the foothills of Himalaya is not expected thus giving warmest winter in decades .

TUTTI I SANTI GIORNI – Every Blessed Day

Dec 10 at 4:53 PM

Delhi Government’s Delhi Statistical Hand Book 2015 released

Naresh Kumar Sagar
PHD: Delhi government has released its Statistical Handbook, 2015 recently. The handbook provides deep insights about the capital city.
The main highlights of the handbook are mentioned below:
· Delhi recorded the highest per capita income among all states in the country at Rs 2,40,849 during financial year 2014-15, a rise of nearly 13.50% over the corresponding period of last year.
· The Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of Delhi , at current prices, in 2014-15 has increased to over Rs 4.51 lakh crore, a growth of 15.35% over the previous year.
· At constant prices, the growth of the GSDP for 2014-15 is 12.81% as compared to 7.4% recorded at national level.
· The Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) at current prices during 2014-15 has increased to 43.19 lakh crore, recording a rise of 15.66% while at constant prices it rose to 2.25 lakh crore recording a rise of 8.28%.
GSDP by Economic Activity (at constant prices)
Source: PHD Research Bureau, compiled from Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Govt of Delhi
Note: 3rd RE: Third Revised Estimates; 2nd RE: Second Revised estimates; 1st RE: First Revised Estimates,
AE: Advanced Estimates
· Over 1.5 lakh cars were added to the capital’s roads this financial year along with 3.5 lakh bikes and scooters, taking the number of total registered vehicles whopping 88.27 lakh.
· The Birth rate per 1000 population is recorded at 20.88 while the Death rate has been registered at 6.77. The Infant Mortality rate of the capital stands at 21.66.
· The Literacy rate of Delhi stands at 86.2% and the sex ratio of Delhi stands at 868 per 1000 population.
The link of the Handbook has been given below for your kind reference-
Statistical Hand Book 2015

Swaraj Abhiyan’s Synthesis of Delhi Janlokpal Bills

Naresh Kumar Sagar
Today at 1:31 AM

Paris negotiators onto clinching deal

Dec 11
Negotiators at the Paris climate summit have been working through the night to try to reach a global agreement, with talks in their final day. There is a widespread expectation that the deal will be signed today, though the timings are uncertain. Delegates worked through yesterday night on a draft version to iron out the key barriers to an agreement.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who is chairing the summit, told that he thinks they will make it. This was seen as a significant moment after discussions that began in 2011 about a new global agreement that would stake out a long-term strategy for dealing with climate change. Any deal signed here in Paris would come into being in 2020.
The main sticking points on reaching a climate change agreement here have been over finance, long-term goals and differentiation. Some campaigners were not happy with Thursday’s draft, saying it denied climate justice. Other groups though found positives in the latest version.
But despite these differences, there is optimism here that a compromise can be found. The French government has been praised for its handling of this summit and for pushing for a deal to be reached.

Delhi Biggest Polluter, Tax Evader, Trading Hub, No Industry

Honorable Chief Justice of India Justice TS Thakur Has in First Week of Working has already up taken Two Critical Reforms – Qualification Requirement for Elected Representatives & Environment Pollution.

I was critical of GST essentially because it would lead to near total monopoly of tax collections with Center and States will not generate enough funds for their Social & Economic Programs.
When Delhi GDP is Rs.4,51,153 Crores – Motor Vehicles Tax collected is barely Rs.1,558 Crores for 9m MV Registered in Delhi and Many More Entering Delhi not even 0.4% of Delhi State GDP.  Sales Tax Collection Just Rs.3,422 Cr or 0.8% of State GDP – in per capita terms Rs.900 for MV and Rs.2000 for ST. VAT Collection was Rs.18,289 Cr or 4% Of GDP.  This is points to Massive Tax Evasion & Too Little Budget for Social Services.  Delhi Industry is MOST POLLUTING BASIC INDUSTRIES Index 102 [2004-05 Base Yr = 100]

GDP Growth 15.67%, But Tax Collection Up 2.64%
[Motor Vehicle Tax 10.61%, State Excise 8.59% & VAT 2.03%]
This Scandalous as Tax Collection in Delhi is Pathetic – Even When GDP Records Growth of 15.67% – Tax Collection Goes Up By Just 2.64%.
Chapter 4. Para 8:  Tax Collection of Delhi Government registered a growth of 2.64 per cent in 2014-15 (Prov) as compared to the growth of 10.61 per cent in 2013-14. All components in the tax revenue showed a lesser growth during 2014-15 (Prov). Stamps and Registration fees recorded the negative growth of 4.34 per cent in 2014-15. Tax collections under Motor Vehicle Tax, State Excise and VAT recorded a growth of 10.61 per cent, 8.59 per cent and 2.03 per cent respectively while Other Taxes comprising Luxury Tax, Entertainment Tax, Betting Tax, etc, registered a growth of 6.20 per cent during 2014-15(Prov). Entrainment tax including Cable TV Tax recorded the lowest growth of 3.28 per cent during 2014-15 (Prov).
Delhi Pollution Causing Trading Hub

It is Scandalous when VAT & ST in Delhi together is barely 4.8% of GDP – Trading Centers – Azadpur Market to Nehru Place, Sadar Bazaar to Sarojini Nagar are most Crowded and Source of MAX Pollution – Highest TAX EVASION POINTS.

Chapter19: — It is major distribution centre borne out by the fact that 49 per cent of the fuel, 47 per cent of food grains, 44 per cent of iron and steel and 78 per cent of fruit and vegetables imported to Delhi are re-exported to other parts of India as well as foreign nations also. Delhi also has a ‘Container Depot at Tughlaqabad’.

Haryana & UP states have Own Refineries yet 49% of Fuel is Exported, and 47% Food Grains, 44% of Steel, 78% RAW Fruits & Vegetables are Exported.
Surely These Bulk Commodities Don’t Contribute to TAXES – But Only to Pollution Can Be Relocated Outside Delhi – Delhi to Import Processed or Cleaned Fruits & Vegetables Directly Delivered to Homes Like Milk Supply.
Chapter 13:  Source of Raw water in Delhi is from Ganga River (330 MGD), YamunaRiver (207 MGD), Bhakra Storage (218 MGD) and from ground water (80 MGD). The water treatment and supply capacity, which was 650 MGD in 2002 has been increased to 906 MGD in 2014.
Yamuna Award 444 MDG – Get  207 MGD – Need 1000 MGD
When Delhi needs 1000 MGD of Surface Water – Yamuna Contributes just 207 MGD as but is actually entitled to 730 MCM of Water – or 2 MCM Per Day as per 1954/1994 Yamuna Tribunal Awards or 444 MGD. In 61 years Delhi couldn’t get water allocation based on average requirement than Fluctuating Inflows.
Delhi could well have Drawn 1000 MGD & Returned 600 MGD water
in to Agra Canal for Haryana use after Water Treatment.
In absence of Renuka, Lakhwar & Vyasi Dams –
3000 MGD of Water is Lost to Sea Every Year in Monsoon.
Chapter15 – Gross Budget plan and non plan expenditure under education, higher education and technical education, sports and arts and culture sector is Rs.3852 Cr or just 0.8% of Delhi GDP. Most Delhi students go out of Delhi for Studies due to inadequate Seats and Delhi Government continuing with Useless ARTS Courses not MATCHING the NEEDS OF DELHI STUDENTS.
Most of 4.4m Delhi School Children are not admitted to nearest schools
add to say 6m Avoidable Daily TRIPS in Buses, Autos & Taxis.
Chapter16 – When Delhi has Worst Air Quality & Water Most Polluted in the World, Delhi the richest state Spend just $30 per capita on Healthcare.
GDP Grows But Plan Budget STAGNANT Rs.13,500 – 3% GDP– 4% Earlier > 45% of 12th Plan Target Achieved in 1St 3 Yrs.
Chapter7 – Plan Expenditure of Delhi in Three Years of 12th Plan is Rs.13,237 Cr, Rs.13,994 Cr and Rs.13,272 Cr – for Delhi GDP figures of Rs.334915 Cr, Rs. 391125 Cr and Rs. 451154 Cr. 12th Plan Exp is Down to 3% from 4% in First Yr.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471, 9718280435, 9650421857

Indian Marketing Awards 2015

India’s most respected & oldest awards in marketing domain on Friday 11th Dec 2015 at Le Meridien Gurgaon, 5:00 pm onwards.
This is the 2nd year of the Indian Marketing Awards which we hope will set the benchmark of marketing excellence and recognize the key role Marketing plays in creating, communicating, capturing and sustaining value for a Company. The Awards will be presented to organizations, to the individuals and teams that have achieved extraordinary success from innovative and effective marketing practices, across industries and domains.
The winners of IMA have been shortlisted carefully by 11 Jury members from Marketing Profession. Shantanu Khosla, Managing Director- Consumer Business, Crompton Greaves; Former Managing Director, P&G India was head of the Jury of IMA this year along with the other Jury members: Amarjit Batra, CEO, OLX India; Dave Thomas, Managing Director- Adidas Group; Manoj Kumar, Managing Director, GSK Consumer Healthcare; Manu Jain, India Head, Xiaomi; Mohit Khattar, MD & CEO, Godrej Nature’s Basket; Rakshit Hargave, Managing Director, Nivea India; Sam Balsara,Chairman, Madison World; Umang Bedi, Managing Director – South Asia, Adobe; Vivek Khanna, CEO, Hindustan Media Ventures; Salil Kapoor, COO, Dish TV; R S Sodhi, Managing Director, Amul; Sandeep Kaul, CE- Personal Care, ITC Limited.
Th Jury has been careful in evaluating the 370 nominees on the parameters which is the benchmarks for the industry and managed to impartially cast their votes which have been collated and the winners being identified.
The Awards Nite ceremony will start with the keynote address from Mr. Vineet Nayar, Former Chairman, HCL Technologies and Mr. Anand Kripalu, CEO & MD, United Spirits sharing their valuable insights on Marketology. CEOS/ Marketing Heads/ CEO’s of the Media fraternity/ leading Media agencies will all be the part of this Awards Night.
Distinguished Brands like Tata Steel, Whirlpool, Videocon, American Express, Reliance, Max Life, Canara bank, Bharti AXA, HPCL, Zee, SAP, Viacom, Jubilant foods, Bajaj Allianz, Amul, Star, Kotak Mahindra, HCL, Dabur, Piramal Enterprise, TTK Prestige, Bombay Dyeing, Olx, Kellogg India, Monster, Blackberry, HTC, Bata, McDonalds, Godrej Properties, TVS Motors, Volvo, Aviva, HDFC Life, HSBC, Axis Bank, Dish TV, Airtel, India Today, Mondelez, Snapdeal, Muthoot Finance, Motherdairy, Godrej Consumers, DS Group, Kotak Securities, PNB Housing Finance will be part of this awards night.
Annurag Batra
Chairman & Editor-in-Chief
exchange4media Group

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