Monday, April 17, 2017


President of the Supreme Electoral Council of Turkey, Sadi Guven has said, the Yes vote in the referendum that grants sweeping new powers to the President of Turkey is valid.
Mr Guven was speaking after the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) cited irregularities, including the use of unstamped ballot papers. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s push for an executive presidency succeeded with just over 51 per cent voting for it.
The win was met with both celebrations and protests across Turkey. Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli said, legal changes to introduce the new system could be completed within a year.
New presidential and parliamentary elections are due on 3rd November 2019. With 99.97 per cent of ballots counted, the Yes campaign had won 51.41 per cent of the votes cast, while No had taken 48.59 per cent . Turnout was said to be as high as 85 per cent.
The CHP has demanded a recount of 60 per cent of the votes. Its deputy head said, the result should be annulled altogether. The pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) also challenged the vote. But Mr Guven said, the unstamped ballot papers had been produced by the High Electoral Board and were valid. He said, a similar procedure had been used in past elections.
Three of Turkey’s biggest cities – Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir – all voted No to the constitutional changes. Opposition supporters took to the streets of Istanbul to bang pots and pans – a traditional form of protest – in a series of noisy demonstrations.
Responding to yesterday’s result, the European Commission urged
Mr Erdogan to respect the closeness of the vote and to seek the broadest possible national consensus when considering the far-reaching implications of the constitutional amendments.


US Vice-President Mike Pence has said that America’s era of strategic patience with North Korea is over. He made the remarks at the demilitarised zone, the area dividing the two Koreas, during a visit to South Korea to reaffirm ties. His visit comes amid escalated tensions on the peninsula, with heated rhetoric from both North Korea and the US. Mr. Pence arrived in Seoul yesterday, hours after North Korea carried out a failed missile launch.
Today, the US and South Korea launched a joint air force military exercise to ensure readiness against North Korea.
United States says, it is working with its allies and China on a range of options on North Korea.
In an interview, the US top Security Adviser Lieutenant General HR McMaster said, tensions are mounting over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes and US is working together with its allies and partners and with the Chinese leadership to develop a range of options.
He said there is consensus with China that this kind of situation could not be continued. The comments came after a failed missile test launch by North Korea and a massive military parade.
Pyongyang has already conducted five nuclear tests and a series of missile launches in contravention of UN resolutions.


Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari arrived in New Delhi this afternoon on a five-day visit to India. She will have delegation level talks tomorrow. She will also meet President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Mohd. Hamid Ansari during her stay in New Delhi.
This is her first state visit after assuming office of the President in October 2015. Apart from official engagements in New Delhi, the visiting dignitory will also be visiting some temples.
Our correspondent reports that the visit reflects the priority that both the nations attach to further strengthening of their age-old and unique partnership, underpinned by shared historical and cultural linkages and strong people-to-people connections.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated a series of projects during his visit of Gujarat. The projects inaugurated by Prime Minister include the Multi-speciality Hospital at Katargam, High Tech Diamond factory at Ichchhapor and various plants at SUMUL dairy in Bajipura- all in Surat district.
Prime Minister will also visit Silvas in the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli at 2.30 pm, where he will address a gathering apart from inaugurating a few developmental projects. He will distribute the forest land rights to the tribals and LPG sylinders and cooking kits to the poor families under the Ujjawala yojana.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also dedicate phase-1 of link 2 of ambitious Saurashtra Narmada Avtaran Irrigation project- SAUNI yojana at Botad.
The ambitious scheme will provide Narmada water to Botad and other surrounding districts. Prime Minister will also lay foundation stone for the phase-2 of the scheme on this occasion.
This entire project is divided in four phases to fill up 115 dams of arid Saurashtra region with overflowing water of Sardar Sarovar Narmada Dam through a web of pipeline network.
Earlier, inaugurating the multi-speciality hospital in Surat, Prime Minister appreciates the spirit of donors for creating best health facilities for the common people. He said that health and medical services are still costly and difficult for the poor people in remote areas.
However, the Government has taken steps so that poor and middle class people can get cheap generic medicines and costly heart treatment at affordable rates. Prime Minister also emphasized on the need of preventive steps including cleanliness to improve the health of the people.
Prime Minister has said that his forth coming visit to Israel will benefit the Diamond industries off Surat. He also said that he will be the first Prime Minister of India to visit Israel. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel also spoke on this occasion.


Former Board of Control for Cricket in India president Narayanswami Srinivasan cannot represent the Board at the International Cricket Council’s meeting next week as he has been held guilty of conflict of interest, the Supreme Court said on Monday.
The apex court allowed BCCI’s acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to represent the cricket board at the ICC meeting on April 24 and directed BCCI CEO Rahul Johri to accompany him.
A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said since Srinivasan has been held guilty by the apex court for conflict of interest, he cannot be allowed to represent BCCI in the ICC meeting.



16.04.2017 10:45:06 – Young Entrepreneurship need ecosystem for starups in all field of business.
( – Entrepreneurship is training youngsters from Teen age to get to essence of topic chapter book action for preparation of eatery to product and process of one matter to multilateral matters to produce Converging products. The product in question to be produced must be visualized to give an excellence with minute details about raw material process its handling for product 
along with main product finish touch to give durability ductility malleablity softytouch or glossy brilliance. Startups when start asking and question ing along with parameter line to enquire about minute details of product exploring the productive assembly.To know about the parameter one must be well versed with nature law .the universal laws, theology and philosophical aspects so that product need to ve social economical vital palatatable.
Product need primary Man Machine Material process and funds. Then comes iniative dedication and creativity to perfection.
Thus training need from younger age with parameter to ve explain in according to the subject of product process involved materia to be used and the productl uses. Each process is practically seen done with steps of production along with minutest details being worked out extensively.
Once one process is ascertain then other process of similar in nature can be managed in due course according to the ability of persons involved in product production.The stages of production are to be classified so that supervision to the levels can also be guarded and managed.
The Product to be put on quality of testing for performance level is next important matter if the products are according to te prevailing market standard the same product is again yo be put on charge of finishing.Finishing products needs grinding cutting polishing painting and keeping at Eco freindly space with touch of quality of check the packing need to be carried out to put for marketing and market for local markets and far flung market. Product when are proven best by the customer s users then starts the publicity of product bn brand and company as per budget of the company.
Each product history and it’s steps for production need to be classified with production chart in floor if production.Thus many product can be produced in single produce process example many beverages in single assembly. The Labs are essential part in eatable production which need continuous monitoring. Market is an essential for product to reach consumer in best of state thus promotional expenses are done to provide retainers and distributor with support system.Time to Time reports and feed back need to be clarified
The enterprising run with owner knowledge about its ingredients holistic knowledge.
From time to time new tech science Innovation need to be added in preparatory process production process and packing then market exploration and branding.More Tech science innovation are blended in best of form product vitality quality get best levels.
Once brand is developed further other brands are. Easy to Develop the company Entrepreneurship is identified with that product or products. The company reaching brands level if found its product branded product well acceptance in other countries the company gets rag of multinational and it is termed as. MNC.
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_DSC0601__Copy_Anupam Kher launched book “The Spirit of the River” based on depression!!
   The veteran actor of B’town Anupam Kher was out here in Delhi for the release of a book “The Spirit of the River”, a spiritual fiction, based on the concept of depression. Apart from him the author of the Novel Karina Arora and the CEO of Hay House publishers Ashok Chopra were present to grace the launch event.
   Featured by the Hay House publishers “The Spirit of the River” highlights every kind of emotional and spiritual load, which is carried by humans on a daily basis. The storyline of the novel surrounds by the character of Zoe, a newly turned adult’s young life and her tragic experience compels us to start a conversation about loss and its implications. With her 18th birthday still a happy new memory, is confronted with the untimely death of her parents. The reality of such a huge loss throws Zoe into the dark corners of grief but leads her on an unexpected journey where she learns to experience life on her own. The simplicity in narration is fresh and the story-telling both engaging and inspiring.
   While asking Anupam about the book he narrated, “This book is about the sense of loss, about losing parents in such an age, and how the young girl Zoe copes up with the sense of loss she been through, is the most amazing factor of the book.” Whereas on talking terms about depression among youngsters, he stated, “I think today’s youth has the stress about fitting into circumstances, like, ‘I want to fit in, I want to look cool’ this is one of the biggest reason for them to get indulge in such a stressful zone.” On materialistic things and social media, he said, “You cannot be constantly with machine, like mobile internet and things like that, on certain stage you will become like a machine. Information turns into knowledge only by going through life, otherwise it will be just information.”
   On the other hand the author of the book Karina Arora, shared her own views and thoughts regarding the same, she says, “This book is about your inner self, it is about what are you from inside, not about the outside factor and what you look like. Writing a book is one of the ways to cope up with depression. This is a very far out concept, I haven’t experienced this situation personally, but as I read several books, I have different outlook and perspective for life.”
   Well, Karina Arora was 17 when she started writing about this book, and by the age of 18 she completed it. Based from Delhi, presently she is pursuing her business degree from Australia. She started her own successful food blog in 2015.


BaRaK Valley : Identity & culture BaRaK river from Manipur, get in Bangladesh Meghna  river. Mosaic of diversity in unity. — at Nehru Memorial Museum & Library.
The Barak River is one of the major rivers of South Assam and is a part of the Surma-Meghna River System. It rises in the hill country of Manipur State, where it is the biggest and the most important of the hill country rivers. After Manipur it flows through Mizoram State and into Assam, ending just after it enters Bangladesh where the Surma and Kushiyara rivers begin.
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Results from Day 3 of Hockey India 7th Senior Women National Championship 2017 (B) Division
~ Hockey Bihar beat Hockey Andhra Pradesh 6-0 ~
Hockey Rajasthan beat Telangana Hockey 15-1 ~
~ Steel Plant Sports Board beat Hockey Puducherry 15-0 ~
~ Hockey Coorg beat Kerala Hockey 1-0 ~
~ Hockey Uttarakhand beat Hockey Gujarat 16-0 ~
~ Hockey Himachal beat Hockey Jammu & Kashmir 7-2 ~

Rohtak, 17 April 2017: Day 3 of Hockey India’s 7th Senior Women National Championship 2017 (B) Division saw games played out in the final rounds of the pool, with teams looking to confirm their places in the Quarter-finals.

The day’s proceedings kicked off with Hockey Bihar taking on Hockey Andhra Pradesh in Pool E. Pooja Kumari started the scoring for Hockey Bihar with a goal in the second minute of the game. Priti Singh (18’, 49’) and Mahima Kumari (24’, 56’) scored a brace each in Hockey Bihar’s 6-0 victory.

In Pool A’s early starter, Hockey Rajasthan beat Telangana Hockey 15-1. Raju Ranwa (13’, 33’, 39’, 59’) and Renu Kanwar (26’, 29’, 32’, 38’, 56’) both scored hat-tricks in Hockey Rajasthan’s win. Telangana Hockey’s only goal was scored by Priyanika Rathla in the 53rd minute.

Steel Plant Sports Board beat Hockey Puducherry 15-0 in their Pool B encounter. Chanda Singh scored six goals (3’, 8’, 30’, 44’, 50’, 55’) in their resounding victory. Pooja Singh also scored a hat-trick (17’, 32’, 42’, 45’) in the encounter. Chanda Singh’s six goals also catapulted her to joint second place in the highest scorers list. She now has eight goals from two games.

Hockey Coorg beat Kerala Hockey 1-0 in their hard fought Pool F encounter. Both teams went at each other for a majority of the game, but were unable to create and convert chances. It took till the final minutes of the fourth quarter for a goal to come and it came from Hockey Coorg’s KR Teena. Her 57th minute strike gave Hockey Coorg the three points and a second win on the trot in the tournament.

In Pool G, Hockey Uttarakhand beat Hockey Gujarat 16-0. Hockey Uttarakhand’s Pooja Bhatt (11’, 11’, 41’) and Manisha Chauhan (17’, 20’, 48’, 49’, 54’, 56’) both scored hat-tricks in the encounter. Amita Sharan (8’, 58’) scored a brace in the victory. Chauhan’s prowess in front of goal put her in second place in the goal scorers list.

Hockey Himachal and Hockey Jammu & Kashmir played out a high-scoring clash in Pool C. Shivani opened the scoring for Hockey Himachal in the 10th minute of the game. Despite conceding a goal via Hockey Jammu & Kashmir’s Anjali  in the 20th minute, Hockey Himachal never looked in trouble, riding out 7-2 winners. Shivani bagged a hat-trick (10′, 42′, 54′, 55′) in the game for Hockey Himachal.
In matches played later in the day on April 16, 2017 Goans Hockey forfeited their game against Tripura Hockey while Sports Authority of Gujarat – Hockey Academy beat Hockey Bengaluru 5-0.

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