Sunday, May 1, 2016

India Grow Under shopper mentality :

Me born in family whose great grand parents  left shopper business and wholesalers. They were looking  after some creative new knowledge thus Grandfather admits for study in famed Roorki Engg college 1899 thus get job in 1900 British Government. Most probably same year cousin brother born in family of my Grandmother, family who fell short of male child.  Thus Star born In 1900 stuns and shine like pole star with awesome big empire in span of his 63 moderate life . The Star born once in hundred years. Most of empire builders, if one learns their rise are from humble beginning with value s of humility simplicity natural balanced mind.
Thus nation need such people of great eminence .Nation need to build edifice but to change to more efficiency we need creative people with contemplative mind build value products like special steel products, the rare earths product, converging products from variant shells  of various sciences. But Alas! the shoppers mentality with limited products and old contents put us behind developed countries like US German Japan.
The most disgracing is  we donor give space to our budding talents but steal their ideas or talk ill of our pool of talent and hawk for foreign to suit our personnel interest. This lower intelligence of this shopper paradise keep some family ego bloated but nation suffer due to loss of independent creativity.
Thus birth of hoarders sycophants,create nexus of some selective to accelerate nepotism and circulate rumour about talent pool.With their ill support the selfish mind which are unique and dump fertile mind as the nation run some sort of ill gotten wealth empire. This by nature change every decade but the creative mind rise from ash as and when he finds the environ either in his favor or against run abroad.
My message let us co-operate to encourage new blood with creative mind and not shed away the best but mitigate our shoppers like mentality and dont find pride in the sale of pulse for Rs 200 per Kg. The best of Indian brands lack proper models which is need if hours and harp on massive demand. Thus shoppers rise above and dont  call creative the fools or. they drain out and nation  left to natural catastrophe world laugh for our inefficiency.

* Bhopal Action on Narmada: 3-days Fast ends with a Pledge

* Narmada Bachao-Desh Banao Yatra and Jal Satyagraha declared
* Madhya Pradesh CM and CS avoids Dialogue

The three days Collective Warning Fast (Samuhik Chetavani Upwas) at Bhopal is over. It did draw attention of the State and society (to the extent possible) towards the crisis and corruption in Sardar Sarovar Project. The 35 women, men including the elderly adivasis who went on 3 days continuous fast with students interns and activists, gained strength by raising a voice against utter injustice and challenging the governments of M.P., Maharashtra, Gujarat and the Union. Others joined them on relay fast in batches, making the atmosphere at the place of agitation, serene yet intense. All those who have fought for last 30 years, are again on a renewed mode of struggle since the judiciary too is being buffed by the State; filing false data and affidavits and not complying with orders.

Neither Shivraj Singh Chauhan nor the Chief Secretary of M.P. could spare a minute for NBA’s delegation, even to receive the memorandum. Present CM, M.P. has never initiated nor responded to any non-violent people’s struggle for a dialogue. He avoids it sending deceptive messages through police officials that he or Chief Secretary would be available, around such and such time, to make people await and ultimately either disappear or conveys non-availability. Yesterday too, it was the same experience and we too, didn’t beg.

The 3 days agitation being an action to warn the governments against closure of Sardar Sarovar Dam gates and flooding of densely populated villages as well as suppressing the Justice Jha Commission Report on massive corruption in Rehabilitation.

Before ending the fast, supporters including Shri Jaswinder Singh of Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Sabha, Shri. Balram Yadav and others of Swaraj Abhiyan, Rajkumar Sinha of Bargi Bandh Visthapit Sangh, Dr. Narayan and others of Kisan Sangharsh Samiti and Yogesh Diwan of Janpahal spoke to the andolankaris and boosted their spirit recognizing the contribution towards struggles on development issues, made by the NBA. Jaswinder Singh condemned the Modi-Shivraj Singh government for its anti-farmer position upholding people’s movements as the way out of present political stalemate.

Dr. Narayan stressed a need for stronger alliance among the movements of all downtrodden and toilers. Ashish bhai of AISF and Anubhuti, a research scholar from JNU brought out the genuinety of students’ movements in the universities, as against a deliberate instigation and divisive tactics by the fundamentalists. They expressed readiness on behalf of students to be a part of the national movements such as NBA. The NBA agitationists and supporters passed and sent a letter of solidarity to Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, Anirban and others who are on indefinite fast against the repressive measures taken by the JNU authorities.

Bhopal Action ended after Bhagirath Dhankar from Village Chikalda, Kamla Yadav, Sanobar B. Mansoori, and Khemabai, Jobat Dam affected declared the future action plan and determination to fight.

They vowed to take a national tour in June to expose the undemocratic, unjust ways of Shivraj government, deliberate concealment of Report on corruption and Fake affidavits filed before the apex court. They also declared that unjustly imposed deluge would be challenged and faced through intensified ‘satyagraha’ this year. So let us know your suggestions regarding the future path to be taken, and any special contribution you will like to make from wherever you are or by coming to the Valley. Do be with us.
At the end of the Action all the people walked to the statue of Babasaheb Ambedkar where a pledge was taken to save the Narmada Valley, the river, life, and livelihood.

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MIRAAZ FASHION By Gagan & Sunena


We cordially invite you to attend the 
cover of Store Launch & to share with
you the uniqueness of their latest designer collection

By Gagan & Sunena
Fashion show by
Karishma Tanna
Koyal Rana 
(Femina Miss India 2014)
Kavya (MTV Roadies X4 Participant)
Kanchan Tomar 
(Super Model & Kingfisher Calender Girl)
Priyanka Bora 
(Splitsvilla Season 8 contestant)
Sandeep Marwah (President, Marwah Studios)
& many other

Time   : 4 p.m
Date    : 1st May (Sunday)

Venue : Miraaz Fashion, Next to Punjab Sweet corner, Ajmal Khan road, Karol Bagh

Bangkok Elect Tuk-Tuk the best

Diesel Tata Magic WON App Taxis Lost, Bangkok Elect Tuk-Tuk
May01, 2016 (C) Ravinder Singh

Why can’t Delhi introduce 18-20 seat Electric Tuk Tuk successfully operated in Bangkok which has 10 Open Entry-Exits for quick loading of passengers? Each such Tuk-Tuk can avoid 10 Autorickshaws or 10 Taxis or 100 Automobiles.
The entire Battle in the Supreme Court is puppeteered by Auto Industry. Tata Magic is Most Polluting People Transport.
There are 2.8m Cars worth Rs.2,00,000 Cr, 6m Two Wheelers worth Rs.40,000 cr, 82,000 Autos worth Rs.1640 Cr, 80,000 Taxis worth Rs.5,000 Cr and 33,000 Buses worth Rs.10,000 Crand 1,70,000 Goods Vehicles worth Rs.17,000 cr =Rs.2,73,640 Cr

Interest @18% + Fuel Cost + Operational Cost may be Rs.68,000 Cr Annually – Not Including Delhi Metro Service. This is huge for 1.7 Cr Delhi Residents. = Rs.40,000 Per Capita.
Delhi Government should work IMPROVE Transport Efficiency in city save Rs.20,000/- to each resident.
How much gain is expected when only 35,000 Taxis are taken off road when there are 9 million Automobiles on Delhi Road?
SC to Insist On Mileage/Pollution Standards – Support E-Vehicles.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471, 9718280435, 9910693464

CPR is pleased to invite you to a discussion on
US Presidential Elections: View from the StatesMonday, 2 May, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
With Representative Jay Kaufman and Senator Curtis Bramble
Image Source: Daily Post
CPR invites you to a discussion on US Presidential Elections: View from the States’with Representative Jay Kaufman (Massachusetts House of Representatives) and Senator Curtis Bramble (Utah State Senate).The discussion will be chaired by Partha Mukhopadhyay. There will be a question and answer session with Representative Jay Kaufman and Senator Curtis Bramble after their presentations.
Jay Kaufman has served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives since January 1995 and, for the past eight years, has chaired the legislature’s Committee on Revenue. He is leading the committee through a comprehensive review of state and local taxes with an eye to a major simplification and modernization initiative.
He had, for four years before this, chaired the Committee on Public Service and led the effort to develop and pass major pension reform initiatives. His monthly “OPEN HOUSE” public policy forum, now in its twenty-first season, has been recognized with the prestigious Beacon Award as the nation’s best televised government relations series.
Jay also served as the founding director of Northeastern University’s Center for Leadership and Public Life, and is now launching Beacon Leadership Collaborative, a new non-profit organization to offer leadership development workshops for those in or aspiring to public life. He serves on the National Conference of State Legislature’s Executive Committee, having previously chaired NCSL’s Budget and Revenue Committee. He has offered leadership development workshops for NCSL legislators and legislative staff, and served on the faculty of NCSL’s democracy-building workshops in Kosovo, South Africa, and Mozambique.
Curtis S Bramble was elected to the Utah State Senate in November 2000.  Bramble is in his fourth term in the Utah Senate, where he previously served as Senate majority leader and currently serves as Senate president pro tempore. Bramble, a CPA, is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants. Bramble was elected as vice president of the National Conference of State Legislatures in August 2013. He served as co-chair of the NCSL Standing Committees 2012-2013. He is a member of the State and Local Taxation Task Force, a member of the Immigration and the States Task Force, and the International Affairs Task Force.
He has participated in forums addressing issues like education, transportation, energy, and taxation. Bramble began his college career at the University of Notre Dame, and earned his bachelor’s and masters degree in accounting from Brigham Young University. Bramble is a fixed wing and hot air balloon pilot and owns Stars & Stripes Inc., a hot air balloon company, with former Utah House Majority Leader Jeff Alexander. He and his family live in Provo and are actively involved in motorcycle touring, mountain climbing, scouting, antique automobiles, skydiving, skiing, backpacking, fishing, hunting, scuba diving, and boating at Lake Powell.
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