Sunday, July 2, 2017


A press conference held today at Jawahar Lal Nehru stadium by Premier Skills with Premier League, British Council,  SAI, AIFF members to illustrate the achievement of their Coaching programme in Delhi and they shall be imparting coaching to the coaches in Goa, Kolkata & Guwahati.
Premier Skills has delivered tremendous impact to date. Since 2007, the programme has run in 29 countries around the world, with over 2,300 face-to-face coach training interventions, more than 400,000 young people reached, and over one million football-focused English language materials distributed.
Presently 60 Indian coaches from the Sports Authority of India, Delhi Soccer Association and Physical Education teachers from Kendriya Vidyalaya undergo training to help build and strengthen community coaching, English language and leadership skills.
New Delhi: 2nd July 2017 Premier Skills, in association with the Sports Authority of India (SAI) and the All India Football Federation (AIFF) initiated a coach education programme that aims to bring football enthusiasts together and equip them skills, knowledge and confidence required to create sustainable communities and a greater understanding of the role football can play in tackling other social issues. This week-long training program for 60 football coaches from the Sports Authority of India, Delhi Soccer Association and Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools come to an end on 2nd July at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium amidst a celebratory closing event.
The Coach Education Programme was le by Jeremy Weeks, Premier Skills Head Coach who was supported by Tom Hughes, an early-years coach with Manchester City in the Community, and Elliot Sutcliffe, a coach with Manchester City. On ground assistance was provided by four Indian Premier Skills coach educators that have supported the programme for over a year.
Premier Skills is a partnership between the Premier League and the British Council that uses football to inspire young people and provided face to face training for local community coaches, youth leaders and teachers with a view to participants cascading their newly acquired skills to their peers and the young people back in their own schools and communities. Premier Skills has already delivered a highly successful programme in India, training 600 coaches, who in turn have reached 30,000 young people since the programme began.
Premier Skills was launched in 2007 and there are some fantastic success stories from the project, including Premier Skill participants who have gone on to run their own community football programmes, volunteers who now help deliver Premier Skills itself, and coaches who have connected via the project and now run community sport festivals Since the programme began in 2007, 17,715 coaches and referees have been trained in 29′ countries,  who in turn reached 1.5 million young people in 29 countries.
Tim Vine, Premier League Director of International Relations, said, ”Premier Skills is having a significant impact on both the quality and numbers of coaches and referees there are at the grassroots of the game right across India. Utilising highly-skilled Premier League club coaches as trainers, this new phase with the sports Authority of India took to Delhi for the programme and received a great response. The idea was to further build on the excellent initial work we have done with them in Kerala and Goa over the past three years.
”Alongside the separate Premier Skills programme, we are delivering with the India Super League and AIFF, this underline the major contribution the Premier League is making to help grow football across India.”
Alan Gemmell, Dieector British Council India said, ”In the UK-India Year of Culture the British Council is strengthening its relationship with the Sports Authority of India ant the All India Football Federation through the Premier Skills programme. We are delighted to support the training of a new generation of football coaches that aims to connect and inspire young people through sport”
Injeti Srinivas, Union Secretary (Sports) Cum- Director General, Sports Authority of India said, ” Sport is a powerful tool for individual development, youth empowerment, gender equality, social integration, peace and economic development Football, which is the popular sport in the world, is ideally suited to serve as a powerful medium to inculcate sporting culture at individual, community and national level in order to reap the benefits. I take this opportunity to compliment Premier League and the British Council for running the Premier Skills programme in different parts of the country. which has emerged as a highly successful programme for sports development at the grassroots level. Sports Authority of India is delighted to partner with them in the Premier Skills programme.” A lady, vigilance officer of SAI also spoke to the media and congratulated the government of India and P.M Modi for funding SAI to impart  training to men & women coaches also in this regard and said that she is delighted to see the progress made by the trained coaches.
Kushal Das, General Secretary, All India Football Federation said, “AIFF has been stressing massively on Grassroots Programme and Coach Education in our quest for further development of the game in our Country. The Premier Skills Programme has been on for some time we will continue to support it. I need to thank the EPL and the British Council for their involvement.”

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July01, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh
Though area under Khariff Sowing this year is marginally higher but there is marked preference for Pulses and Cotton and marked decline in Rice and Oilseeds sowing so far.

GoI could avoid Crisis – Too Little Rice & Oilseeds and too much Cotton & Pulses by Announcing Increased MSP for Paddy & Oilseeds to boost sowing than Pulses and Cotton.

PIB release is inadequate.
Area sown in L. Hect. Normal, Current/Last Year on June30 & Kharif Season
Coarse Cereals
Jute & Mesta
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 9871056471, 9718280435, 9650421857
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Union textiles ministry has inked 62 Memorandum of Understanding MoUs on the second day of Textile India 2017 in Gandhinagar- Gujarat yesterday. These include MoUs with Australia, China, and Bangladesh for silk research, fashion technologies and knowledge transfer.
Apart from these, the Gujarat government has also signed three MoUs on textile sectors. The signing ceremony was presided over by Union textiles minister Smriti Irani and Union minister of state for textiles Ajay Tamta. Addressing the media on this occasion, Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani has said that this was the era of the development of the textile industry.
MoUs were signed between various domestic and international organizations, both private and government-owned. Three government-to-government (G2G) MoUs were signed as well. These were signed between the central silk board and department of agriculture of the Gyangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China for development of improved silk worm breeds and mulberry varieties with the exchange of sericulture genetic materials.
Another MoU was signed between the ministry of textiles and the department of foreign affairs and trade- Australia for textiles and fashion projects. The third was signed between the National Institute of Fashion Technology and the Bangladesh University of Fashion and Technology to encourage academic cooperation between the two institutes and strengthen academic interventions.
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Beyoncé partners with UNICEF to bring safe water to children in remote areas of Burundi

NEW ORLEANS, 30 June 2017 – Global entertainer and humanitarian Beyoncé has teamed up with UNICEF through her BeyGOOD philanthropic arm to announce the launch of BEYGOOD4BURUNDI, a multi-year partnership to provide safe water to the most vulnerable children in Burundi. The partnership will support programmes to improve water, sanitation and basic hygiene practices in the hardest-to-reach areas of the landlocked East African nation.

The water crisis in Burundi is a crisis for children. When children have to rely on unsafe water, they become weak, malnourished and susceptible to water-borne diseases, which are among the leading causes of death in children under five. The lack of water also forces children to miss out on school to walk for miles in search of wells. The burden of fetching water falls disproportionately on girls, who risk attacks along their journeys.

“Access to water is a fundamental right. When you give children clean and safe water, you don’t just give them life, you give them health, an education, and a brighter future. I am committed to helping drive lasting solutions to the water crisis in Burundi,” said Beyoncé.

“Addressing the global water crisis is one of the defining challenges of our time, and the children of Burundi are among the most vulnerable,” said Caryl M. Stern, President and CEO of UNICEF USA. “This unique partnership combines UNICEF’s decades of expertise in providing clean water to children in Burundi and around the world with the power and influence of the entertainment world to bring about social change. We are grateful to Beyoncé and BeyGOOD for joining forces with UNICEF, to highlight this critical issue to new audiences.”

“BEYGOOD4BURUNDI is a continuation of the work that Beyoncé, her family and Parkwood Entertainment are doing to address water crises around the world, including right here in the state of Louisiana and in Michigan,” said Ivy McGregor, ‎Director of Philanthropy and Corporate Relations at Parkwood Entertainment, who traveled to Burundi earlier this year. “In Burundi I saw myself, my sisters and my mother in the strength of the women and young sisters travelling miles to carry water for their families. Today young girls in the ‘Heart of Africa’ are given the gift of hope for a brighter tomorrow through our multi-year partnership with UNICEF and commitment to support safe water access solutions.”

The first phase of the partnership includes the construction of new wells equipped with hand pumps, hygiene education and the improvement of water and sanitation facilities in schools in four priority regions, including Bukemba and Giharo in Rutana Province and Kinyinya and Nyabitsinda in Ruyigui Province. In these rural communities, children are chronically malnourished and more than 65 percent of the population use unsafe water sources. Children and families have to walk long distances to water collection points, and even then the water access rate is extremely low.

Further announcements related to the initiative will be made on 20 November 2017, when the world comes together to celebrate World Children’s Day – and give a voice and global platform to the most vulnerable and hardest to reach children on the planet.

More than 100 million people have gained access to water, sanitation and hygiene services with the support of UNICEF in the last three years. With over 70 years of field-tested experience and a network that spans the globe, UNICEF has unequalled expertise in providing immediate, lifesaving relief as well as driving long-term, sustainable solutions to the biggest development challenges facing the world’s children.
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi arrives at Joint Base Andrews, Washington DC, USA on June 25, 2017.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that his Government is committed to take tough action against firms helping in hiding black money without being concerned about its political implications.
The Prime Minister speaking at the foundation day function of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in New Delhi last evening said, three lakh companies have come under scanner post demonetisation and more than one lakh companies have been de-registered by the Registrar of Companies. Mr Modi said, large number of shell companies have been identified against whom action is being initiated.
The Prime Minister emphasised it would become more difficult for people stashing illicit funds in Swiss banks once automatic tax information exchange regime begins between India and Switzerland. He said it is surprising that in a huge country like India, there are only 32 lakh people who claim to have income above ten lakh rupees per annum.
Mr Modi urged the CAs to take the lead in the journey towards India’s economic growth. He called upon Chartered Accountants to advice their clients to pay their taxes honestly.
The Prime Minister said the money which government receives as taxes are spent on public welfare and development of the country. He said the foundation day of the ICAI coincides with the launch of GST which intends to weed out black money from the system. He said the CAs will have to play a major role following implementation of Insolvency and Bankrupcy Code. He termed the CAs as Charter of Accuracy and Compliance of Authenticity.
Earlier, addressing the gathering, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said government has rationalised the taxation system and made it online. He said India has become most favored destination for FDI and 90 percent FDI is coming through automatic route. He said now subsidies are going directly to bank accounts of beneficiaries through financial inclusion.
Mr Jaitley said government tried to make the country’s economy formalised and digital through demonetisation. The Finance Minister also said there is no need to worry about GST as it is joint decision of Centre and state governments.
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Mr. Naresh Kumar Sagar interacting with the panelists during Press MeetJuly02, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh
Delhi Police claimed reduction in crime in New Delhi district but DP story was at the bottom of page 2 of June29 of TOI – stories above it related to Protests at Jantar Mantar, regarding attacks on Minorities & Dalits, Italian Tourist Abducted in Pre-Paid Taxi, A person Batters to death, many hundreds Thefts, Stalking, Murders, Eve Teasing, Cheating that couldn’t be covered by TOI  – should also include Senior Citizens, victims of Crimes, False cases registered by DP and Avoid Registering Crimes.

was in a Patiala House Court on May30, 2017 in connection with 66A case instituted much after Supreme Court of India declared it as Unconstitutional in April2015 –
– Was Horrified to notice Delhi Police took keen interest in ‘Proclaimed Offender’ case tens of thousands of s138 Cases were registered for Check Bounce in Case of Vodafone Telephone bills – amount ranging from Rs.500 to Rs.2000 and Consumers in avoiding arrest hide somewhere and DP declare them as Proclaimed Offenders, are required to seek bail worth Rs.10,000 for personal and Rs.10,000 for guarantors plus many more thousand Advocate cost.

Italian Tourist hired PRE-PAID TAXI from Delhi Airport on June20 – top security zone to Paharganj Hotel another High Security Zone that reported Terrorist Attack also – was Abducted and taken to Chandigarh – she escaped on her own in 6 days* – no Credit to Delhi Police. [Her family in Italy Must be Enquiring From Embassy – Police Has No Idea.]

*No TRACKING of Delhi Taxi passing through CCTVs at Toll Plazas, Mobile Phone Tracking of Taxi Driver, No Call Details or GPS Tracking – Delhi Police Had No Verified Numbers.
— No Mobile Phone, Registration and GPS Numbers inside Autos & Taxis.

Delhi Airport has High Resolution CCTV Cameras – Every Vehicle entering or leaving is Captured and Photographed and ‘Number Plate’ – in addition to PRE-PAID Booking – Delhi Police didn’t Notice – NO REPORTING OF ‘TAXI’ INVOLVED IN ABDUCTION FOR 6 DAYS – Taxis are expected to be back in 2 hours in Peak Hours, 1 hour at night. 

Even Pre-Paid Taxis Owners-Drivers at Delhi AIRPORT are ‘NOT POLICE VERIFIED’, when
All 5 Lakh Drivers & Owners of Commercial Vehicles Should Be VERIFIED ANNUALLY.
Delhi Police Fails to Prevent STREET CRIMES as all Police Officers own Two Wheelers or Cars besides – Mob Attacks Even in CCTV Camera Zones. CCTV Cameras are mostly Don’t Work or Monitors Used to Watch Films & Movies.

DP & Railway Stations has CCTV – Delhi Police ‘Couldn’t IDENTIFY DAILY PASSENGERS’ from CCTV, Footage of some Office gave the main lead.

Except VIP Security, Delhi Police to WORK Under Delhi Government Control.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 9871056471, 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects
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A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck Japan’s northernmost Hokkaido island. Japan Meteorological agency said earthquake hit Abira settlement late yesterday, while Iburi province suffered from 5-magnitude quakes within 7 points scale used in Japan. According to local authorities, one woman was injured in the earthquake after she fell down and broke her ribs. Traffic was temporarily blocked in the affected area.
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