Thursday, September 15, 2016

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Maha Bodhi Society of India …at the heart of the capital – WisdomWinds

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BJP MCDs fail to construct a single toilet under ‘Swachh Bharat’ – A new study has revealed how the city’s civic bodies have so far ignored Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flagship Swachh Bharat Mission. The Delhi Citizens Handbook 2016, prepared by the NGO Centre …

AAP Vs. All: Can The Party Expand to Deliver Nationally?

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No Alineados: entre Guerra Fría y los intentos de recolonización

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Girl, 11 months, snatched from mum’s bed and raped for two hours

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Carl Sagan & the Dalai Lama Meet in 1991 and Discuss When Science Can Answer Big Questions Better Than Religion

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AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan booked for sexual harassment – The Times of India

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Narendra Modi’s yoga diplomacy, or how India is winning friends and influencing people – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a big fan of yoga. He calls it “India’s gift to the world” and recommends people make yoga as much a part of daily life as their mobile phone. After sweepin…

Psychotic Comedian Kejri

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AAP Minister Kapil Mishra writes open letter to Delhiites, says let’s fight dengue, chikungunya together

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After slugfest AAP’s Mishra urges BJP, L-G to join fight against chikungunya

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Journalist Deepak Chaurasia, AAP minister Kapil Mishra spar on Twitter

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India is acknowledged as an economic power: Onno Ruhl, World Bank’s Country Director in India – The Economic Times

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Kejriwal government under attack over Chikungunya deaths in Delhi – Times of India

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Chikungunya in Delhi: AAP govt. cancels leaves of doctors, paramedics

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Fashion Forward and Hiring Trends > Recruiting News and Views @ RecruitingDaily

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Current Trends in Statement Jewelry

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Normcore & the Future of Youth Culture | Highsnobiety

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What’s hot: Emerging eCommerce Technology Trends

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Trend Forecasting Fall/Winter ’17 presented by MintModa’s Sharon Graubard

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Khalin Joshi maintains three-stroke advantage in third round


Ahmedabad, September 15, 2016: Reigning champion Khalin Joshi of Bengaluru maintained his three-stroke lead in round three of the PGTI Ahmedabad Masters presented by Kalhaar Blues & Greens. Joshi, who brought in a card of one-under-71 in the penultimate round, took his tournament tally to 12-under-204.

Delhi’s Rashid Khan also fired a 71 to hold on to his overnight second place at nine-under-207.

Khalin Joshi (68-65-71), the second round leader by two shots, was off to yet another terrific start as he birdied his first two holes for the third successive day. Joshi then scrambled for a bogey on the fourth before quickly recovering ground with another birdie on the fifth.

There seemed to be a twist on the back-nine as Rashid Khan (67-69-71) closed the gap to one stroke after an eagle-birdie run on the 12th and 13th. Rashid came extremely close to achieving a rare albatross on the par-5 12th where his approach from 200 yards out landed within a foot of the flag for a tap-in eagle.

Both Khalin and Rashid bogeyed the 14th with the former limiting the damage with a 12-feet conversion after hitting his second shot out of bounds. But Joshi, who closed the day with birdie-bogey on the 17th and 18th, was back in the driver’s seat with a three-shot cushion at the end of the day as Khan conceded a disastrous double-bogey on the 18th where he found the slope of the water hazard and had to take a penalty drop.

Joshi said, “I didn’t shoot a low number but it was a decent round since the playing conditions were tough today. The wind was up, the tees were pushed back and the pin positions were not easy either. It was tough to commit to a shot.

“I’ve enjoyed some splendid starts this week and that has set it up well for me in each round. However, for the second straight day today, I closed the round with a bogey. So I’m a tad disappointed with that.

“The good news is that, I struck it better in round three as compared to the first two days. I’ll not go out there in the final round thinking about defending my title as that will only put further pressure on me. I just need to play my best and that should do the job,” added Khalin.

The stage is thus set for a fascinating duel between the 24-year-old Khalin and the 25-year-old Rashid, two golfers who have played a lot of golf together in their formative years.

Om Prakash Chouhan of Mhow too maintained status quo on day three as he held on to his overnight third position courtesy a 71. His total stood at eight-under-208.

Panchkula-based Rolex Ranking leader Shubhankar Sharma was in fourth at six-under-210 while Sri Lankan Anura Rohana was a further shot back in fifth place.

Noida’s Vikrant Chopra produced the day’s best score of 67 to move up 17 places from overnight tied 28th to 11th position.

Ahmedabad’s Varun Parikh, the lone amateur to make the cut, returned an 80 on Thursday to be placed tied 41st at 11-over-227.

El bola “Pellet” by Achero Mañas

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El bola

“Pellet” by Achero Mañas
Auditorio, a las 4:30 p.m.Sinopsis: Pablo también conocido como “El Bola” (Juan José Ballesta) es un niño de doce años de edad que sufre abusos por parte de su padre (Manuel Morón). Su situación familiar violenta le impide tener amigos en la escuela hasta que un nuevo niño, Alfredo, llegue a la escuela. El ambiente cálido y el cuidado en la familia de Alfredo ofrece un marcado contraste con la situación de opresión de Pablo con su padre. Pronto, Pablo encuentra una realidad diferente en la familia de su nuevo amigo que le enseña a enfrentarse con valor sus peores temores. (+)Synopsis: Pablo aka “El Bola” (Juan José Ballesta) is a twelve-year-old boy who suffers abuse by his father (Manuel Morón). His violent family situation prevents him from having friends at school until a new kid, Alfredo, arrives at school. The warm, caring atmosphere in Alfredo’s family provides a stark contrast to Pablo’s oppressive situation under his father. Soon, Pablo finds a different reality in his new friend’s family who teaches him to confront with courage his worst fears. (+)
In Spanish with English subtitles
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Instituto Cervantes, a las 5:30 p.m.La Noche de las LiteraturaS, con Gabriela Ybarra
¿Has tenido alguna vez una cita con un escritor?¡Pues ésta es tú oportunidad! ¡Ven a la Noche de las Literaturas!El viernes 23, a partir de las 5:30 de la tarde, 10 escritores de 10 países leeran extractos de sus obras para grupos reducidos (máx. 20 personas), dialogando a continuación con ellos. Cada 20 minutos un nuevo grupo podrá escucharles y mantener una conversación con ellos en un espacio íntimo. La escritora española Gabriela Ybarra, autora de una emotiva y profunda obra basada en las trágicas experiencias vividas por su familia (el asesinato de su abuelo por ETA y la muerte de su madre de cancer), será quien represente a nuestra literatura.
Apúntate enviando un correo electrónico, a partir del 12 de septiembre y hasta el día 22 a la siguiente direcció¡Plazas limitadas! (+)
Long Night of LiteratureS, with Gabriela Ybarra
Do you fancy the idea literature speed dating?
Then the Instituto Cervantes along with nine other cultural institutions is organising an evening of literature readings by well-established authors from parts of Europe. Among the authors there will be: Gabriela Ybarra (Spain), Jacek Dechnel (Poland), Jean-Pierre Orban (Belgium), Johan Harstad (Norway), Laila Wadia (Italy), Mátyás Sirokai (Hungary), Makenzy Orcel (France), Markus Kirchhofer (Switzerland), Vea Kaiser (Austria).
The format encourages audiences to listen to many authors through the course of the evening. Each author reads to an audience of about 20 people for 20 minutes. The audience has to move to the next room to listen to another author reading from their chosen work of literature. This concept allows the audience a very intimate space and personal interactions with authors.
Prior registrations are compulsory, from 12th to 20nd (first come first served).(+)
Talk in English and Spanish
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Nehru Park, a las 6:30 p.m.Festival International de Jazz de Delhi: Carmen París
La selección elegida muestra los múltiples aromas y paisajes en las músicas y letras creadas y/o adaptadas por ella alrededor de la jota, género tradicional que estaba relegado a música de gente mayor para fiestas patronales siendo como es el único género común a todas las culturas de la Península Ibérica (en Portugal se llama gota) y que forma parte del origen del flamenco y de otras músicas allende los mares. La jota y en particular la aragonesa de la mano de la inconfundible voz y la audacia creativa de Carmen París hace un viaje musical que abraza las orillas del Mediterráneo desde el Ebro hasta el Jordán con las Américas desde el Cono Sur hasta Boston incluyendo las músicas de Carmen para los poemas de tres de los grandes poetas y pensadores hispanoamericanos: Pablo Neruda, José Martí y F.García Lorca, este último musicalizado y cantado por ella en varias ocasiones, la más reciente la “Nana del caballo grande” de “Bodas de sangre” para la banda sonora de la exitosa y galardonada película “La Novia” de la directora, también aragonesa, Paula Ortiz, tema que se incluye como novedad en esta síntesis de lo que ya es el pasado de Carmen París pero con la actividad puesta en un futuro internacional como embajadora de la cultura musical ibérica cuyo rico patrimonio no son en exclusiva el flamenco y el fado.(+)TrailerDelhi International Jazz Festival: Carmen París
The chosen selection of music will show the numerous scents and landscapes in the music and lyrics she created and/or adapted on the Jota, traditional genre that was set aside as music for the elderly people on Patron Saint Festivals, as it is the only common genre among all cultures in the Iberian Peninsula (in Portugal it is called gota) and is also part of the origin of flamenco and other types of music beyond the seas. Jota and, particularly, Aragonese Jota by the hand of the unmistakable voice and creative audacity of Carmen Paris, makes a musical voyage that embraces the Mediterranean seasides from the Ebro to Jordan, with the Americas from the Southern Cone to Boston, including Carmen’s music for the poems of three of the greatest Hispanic American poets and thinkers: Pablo Neruda, José Martí and F. García Lorca, the latter set to music and sung by herself on various occasions, the most recent one “Nana del caballo grande” from “Bodas de sangre” for the soundtrack of the successful and awarded film “La Novia” by the also Aragonese director Paula Ortiz, a song which is included as a novelty in this synthesis of what already is the past of Carmen Paris, but with the activity set on an international future as ambassador of the Iberian Music Culture, whose rich heritage is not just flamenco and fado exclusively. (+)
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 A CV and SOP Workshop organized by
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Friday | 23rd September, 2016 | 5pm
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MoU to strengthen initiatives for gender equality, women’s empowerment

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Government of Rajasthan, UN Women sign MoU to strengthen initiatives for gender equality, women’s empowerment

14 September 2016Jaipur, Rajasthan – The Department of Women and Child Development, Government of Rajasthan and UN Women, the United Nations organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to accelerate the achievement of gender equality in the State.UN Women will support the state government in ensuring the inclusion of gender concerns and priorities in planning and budgeting; strengthening the implementation of policies and legislation related to elimination of violence against women; ensuring greater political participation and leadership in governance; and enhancing women’s access to opportunities and resources for economic empowerment, such as rural livelihood programmes.
In the longer term, the collaboration will support the state in meeting its commitments under the UN Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women, the Beijing Platform for Action and the Sustainable Development Goals.
“Rajasthan’s impressive strides with regard to gender indicators and its success in addressing violence against women – for example, through theAparajita one-stop crisis centers – demonstrate the high priority that the government places on the inclusion and advancement of women. UN Women is delighted to be able to support the state government in expanding these initiatives and creating more opportunities for women in governance and in the economy”, said Dr. Rebecca Reichmann Tavares, Representative, UN Women Multi Country Office for India, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka.
“Government of Rajasthan has initiated the process to uplift the socio-economic status of women in achieving holistic development. The collaboration with UN Women will undoubtedly improve the quality of intervention and accelerate the pace to reach out women of Rajasthan” said Kuldeep Ranka, Secretary, Department of Women and Child Development, Government of Rajasthan, Jaipur
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National Mission On Chikungunia, Dengue, Malaria Absent

September15, 2016 (C) Ravinder
I am responding to the TV News Stories of Chikungunia Epidemic in Delhi.
The kind of Mosquito that spreads Chikungunia & Dengue is a Strong
Flyer. As per one Discover Channel episode on Malaria – Mosquitoes can
fly 5 kilometers in 24 hours – Chikungunia and Dengue carrying
Mosquitoes even more. It is only when fully Loaded Female mosquito it
can’t fly long distance and lay eggs in fresh water.
Ceiling Fan is no Protection Against this Mosquito; Mosquito Net,
Fully Covered Body, Repellents, Sprays and FOGGING are all required.
Leaking Water from Indirect Water Supply – Inaccessible Places in
Homes Like Sunshades – RWH Pits, Open Drains, Construction Sites etc
Breed Mosquitoes.
Metro cities has large Mobile Work Force living in Slums – so
Chikungunia, Dengue and Malaria can spread rapidly.
First time at 6AM a mini truck mounted Fogging Machine was in action
today. More than a month ago returning home I noticed big smoke near
my house. I stopped and asked a private security guard ‘is there
another fire today?’. It was ‘Fogging’ in a house and every member of
a Doctor Family was suffering from Chikungunia.
They had requested SMCD to arrange for FOGGING their house. Couple of
days later talked to some Vendor who appeared to have lost weight and
sick – all had Chikungunia.
BRITISH Era Malaria Prog VS Integrated Mosquito Control
In British Days DDT was sprayed in Each Home every year. Droplets of
DDT would dry up on walls and provided protection against mosquitoes.
DDT is banned for decades.
Malaria Control had stopped spraying DDT for over 40 years – do little than >
> Putting Few Milligrams of Insecticide in Desert Coolers – Which Is Ineffective When They Advise Change of Water Every Week Which is Difficult to Implement Due to High Cost Of Labor & Workers in Delhi and Shortage of Water itself.
    100% Fogging of Delhi Roads On First Week of Every Months
[July-November] – Pesticide Granules in Coolers, Drains, Pits etc.
Close Useless RWH Will All Together Be Effective.
    Fogging After First Rain Will Also Control TERMITES Which
Damages Woodwork in Urban Homes & FRUIT FLY.
    Double Up MID-DAY Meal & Food Programs for Fast Recovery.
    Introduce ‘Telephone FEVER Helpline’, Collect Bloods Samples
& Supply Medicines to Homes Than Clogging Hospitals.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471,
9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing,
Technologies and Projects

AirAsia first in Southeast Asia to operate Airbus A320neo

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AirAsia first in Southeast Asia to operate Airbus A320neo aircraft powered by CFM International LEAP-1A engines
SEPANG, 15 SEPTEMBER 2016 – AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline becomes the first airline in Southeast Asia to operate the Airbus A320neo aircraft powered by CFM International LEAP-1A engines. The official welcoming ceremony of the aircraft with registration number 9M-NEO was held today near Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Equipped with a Space Flex Cabin for an optimal passenger comfort and efficiency, the aircraft is configured with 186 seats. It is the airline group’s 172nd aircraft to be received from a total of 575 aircraft in its order book.

A celebratory event was held today to commemorate the arrival of this aircraft, which was attended by Malaysia’s Minister of Transport, Dato’ Sri Liow Tiong LaiH.E. Christophe Pinot, French Ambassador to Malaysia, H.E. Victoria Marguerite Treadell, British High Commissioner to Malaysia, Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, Executive Chairman of AirAsia Berhad and Group CEO of AirAsia X Berhad, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, AirAsia Group CEO; along with the rest of theAirAsia Group’s senior management. Also present at the event were Kiran Rao, Executive Vice President Strategy & Marketing, Airbus and Allen Paxson, CFM Executive Vice President

Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, Group CEO of AirAsia said, “We are thrilled to receive the Airbus A320neo, which will ensure AirAsia remains at the forefront of our business, with one of the world’s youngest and most modern fleet. The aircraft will deliver fuel savings of 15 percent and additional range capability of 500 nautical miles, which will be translated to low fares for our guests. This is further complemented with the extra seats installed, pushing the capacity up to 186 per aircraft.

“We are particularly pleased on the environmental element, where the fuel savings translates into some 5,000 tonnes less CO2 per aircraft per year, in addition to the double-digit reduction in NOx emissions and reduced engine noise” he added.

Kiran Rao, Executive Vice President Strategy & Marketing, Airbus said “AirAsia has set the benchmark for efficiency wherever it flies. With the A320neo things are about to get even better, with a 15 per cent reduction in fuel consumption and lower maintenance costs. Meanwhile passengers will get to enjoy the same unbeatable levels of comfort of any aircraft in the single aisle category. The A320neo is the quite simply the most efficient single-aisle passenger jet in the world. We are confident that it will play a key role in enabling AirAsia to maintain its position as one of the world’s leading low-cost carriers.”

“We are honored to be part of this incredible team and excited to enter the next new phase of our relationship with AirAsia,” saidAllen Paxson, CFM Executive Vice President. “We believe that all of the benefits of LEAP technology — fuel efficiency, an improved environmental footprint, industry-leading reliability, low maintenance costs —  will have a very positive impact on AirAsia’s operational efficiency and help fuel their continued growth long-term.” 

AirAsia is Airbus’ biggest airline customer for the A320 Family with a total of 575 aircraft ordered. Of these, 404 are the A320neo Family, following the airline’s latest firm order for 100 A321neo aircraft placed at the recent Farnborough Airshow.

India, Afghanistan calls for elimination of all forms of terrorism

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Government of Rajasthan, UN Women sign MoU

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