Sunday, May 7, 2017


Inter party corrupt practice in Aap party is simmering from last six month’s when party top leader are enjoying those at fringe want to battle to  weed out corruption in Delhi governance. Leaders of Aap speaking in public domain we are  here to fight weed out corruption and not tolerate corrupt practice even in silos in our party  were  thinking looming  before and after Punjab elections thus an opportunity now at sight .How far this internal battle continue who takes the stake of the party still question unanswered?
BJP and Congress have demanded resignation of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal following allegation of taking two crore rupees from his Cabinet colleague Satyendra Jain.
Talking to reporters in New Delhi, Delhi Unit BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari said, Mr Kejriwal has no moral and legal right to continue on his post and he should resign immediately. Mr Tiwari also condemned the act and said the investigating agencies should suo-motu initiate action in the matter.
Delhi Congress unit Chief Ajay Maken demanded probe against Mr Kejriwal saying Anti-Corruption Branch and CBI should lodge FIR against him. He said, till the completion of probe, Mr Kejriwal should not hold his office. Former AAP leader Yogendra Yadav said the allegation against Delhi Chief Minister should be investigated.
Anti- corruption crusader Anna Hazare also said that he is disappointed at charges of corruption levelled aganist Mr Kejriwal. Meanwhile, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said corruption charges against Mr Kejriwal absurd and do not merit any response.
Earlier in the day, former Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra alleged that he saw Health Minister Satyendra Jain paying two crore rupees to Mr Kejriwal at his residence. He said, Mr Jain personally told him that he had settled a land deal worth 50 crore rupees of Kejriwal’s relative. Mr Mishra asserted that he will fight corruption while remaining in the AAP and no one can throw him out.
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Cow should be declared as national animal and killing of them must be abolished, said Dr. MSG on the Clean Delhi Campaign launched by him.
Dr.MSG, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is all geared up to follow the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This Sunday morning at India gate he took part in Mega Delhi Cleanliness Campaign, along with him 1 lakh people were indulged to make Delhi neat and clean.
The campaign was also followed by a new trend he has set of COW MILK PARTY where all the guests along with around 1 lakh people present at the event  delighted their morning with the taste of cow milk.
The campaign was graced by the presence of well known big shots, Vijay Goyal(Minister of Youth Affairs & Sports), Manoj Tiwari(Actor, Singer & Delhi BJP President), Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore(Minister of state for Information & Broadcasting), General VK Singh(Union Minsiter of State for External Affairs), Anurag Thakur and more.
On the occasion, Jattu Engineer, Dr MSG, in front of around one lakh cheers, gave a challenge to take Delhi on the top of Swachh Bharat Mission.
Also when asked about the trend he has changed from Cocktail parties and High Tea to COW MILK PARTY, He said, “Cow is like our mother and we should not kill and eat them. Cow Milk is purest thing to drink and we should follow this trend.”
Dr. MSG’s upcoming comedy flick “Jattu Engineer” is slated to release on 19th of May, which is also highlighting the Modi’s dream project Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.  And as recently Delhi Ranked No.7 on the 2017 list of Indian cleanliness drive, Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim participated in cleanliness campaign to make Nation’s capital No.1 for the same.




Indian Committee of Youth Organizations
Platform of Youth Organizations in India
India’s largest network of urban and rural youth
National Youth awards for 25 Individual and 10 awards for Organisation category announced 
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Youth Affairs & Sports, Shri Vijay Goel announced the formalization of new National Youth Awards, on 3rd May 2017.  The initiatives have been taken in an effort to make the National Youth Award (NYA) more broad-based and to promote transparency in the selection process.   The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports confers the National Youth Award (NYA) every year to young persons to give recognition to the outstanding work and to motivate them to achieve excellence in the field on National Development and Social Service, to encourage them to develop a sense of responsibility to the community and also to improve their own potential as a good citizen. Some of the key features of the initiatives on NYA include: application:- It has been decided that the nomination for the National Youth Awards  (NYA) should be received and processed through online mode to cover the people on pan-India basis.  Now applicant can apply now online directly to the Ministry on the recommendation of the Head of the Institution/SDM/DM/DC, or any officer, not below the rank of Deputy Secretary in the Government of India. An online application has been developed in consultation with MyGov team.  The final selection will be made by the 8-member Central Selection Committee, headed by the Secretary, Department of Youth Affairs and prominent and eminent personalities. 
It will be ensured that the selection process is transparent and the restrictions in the nomination process are removed, thus making the Awards more broad-based and accessible to the deserving youth of the country. A new Logo for the National Youth Awards has also been released. 
Increase in the number of the Award
Earlier, only one Award was given under Voluntary Organization Category, working with the youth for national development and social service. The number of Awards in the Organization category has now been increased from 1 to 10 and the prize money is Rs. 2,00,000 with a Trophy and Certificate. This initiative has been taken with a view that more recognition needs to be given to voluntary Organizations working in the field of Youth development, keeping in view of the number of organizations working in the country. Further, these outstanding organizations will be partners in promotion of the different schemes and policies of the Ministry in the field of youth development in the country. The initiative is expected to expand the reach of the Ministry in programme implementation across the country. The amount of money for the Award in the Individual category has also been enhanced to Rs. 50,000/- and will be given to 25 individuals.
The NYA was earlier conferred for excellent work in the field of youth development activities and social service without specifying the individual fields thereby making it more general and less focused. It has also been decided that NYA should also be conferred for excellent work done in the specific field of activities by the Youth. Accordingly, the field of activities for conferring the NYA has been categorically specified in order to have concentrated effort in those fields. The fields of activities in the course of youth development work are health, research and innovation, culture, promotion of human rights, art and literature, tourism, traditional medicines, active citizenship, community service, sports and academic excellence & smart learning and any other similar field.
National Integration Youth camp in Mangalore
The National Youth Project Trust and NSS of Yenepoya University of Mangalura is now hosting the National Integration Camp for Youth. The Camp gets under way from 1st May and will finish on 7th May 2017 and focusing on issues like leadership, health awareness, disaster management, role of youth in nation building, women’s empowerment, environment and many more issues.  The camp is attending by more the 350 youth from NSS and youth from 18 states/UT from all over India.
In his inaugural speech Dr S. N. Subba Rao, Director, NYP said “People of India should know that guns and bombs will not unite us. We need a rge heart and acceptance for each other. We humans must consider everyone as brothers and sisters and respect every states of the country.” He further added “After India’s Independence 117 countries became independent and all of them drew inspiration from India’s freedom struggle. But many of these countries later lost their freedom to dictators. India has much more variety, yet we are united because we are all interested in being together. India has survived by sheer din and noise of democracy.” His speech was started with a song glorifying the country’s diversity and unity.
The Keynote speech delivered by Nitte University Chancellor Mr Hegde. Dr Ran Singh and Mr Anil Hebbar also address the gathering. The opening function was presided by Mr Abdulla Kunhi, Chancellor, Yenepoya University.
Inclusive and Equitable Youth Population Dividend
National Consultation of diverse stakeholders to interface, dialogue and discuss on realizing ‘Inclusive and Equitable Youth Population Dividend’ was held on 26 April 2017 in Delhi. The aim of the meeting is to  innovative strategies to include disadvantaged youth from Dalit, Adivasi and Muslim communities in the development processes especially related to employability, employment and entrepreneurship. The dialogue organized by Centre For Social Equity And Inclusion.
Jindal University Hosts Africa – India Youth Leadership Summit
The Jindal School of International Affairs of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) hosted a day long Africa – India Youth Leadership Summit 25 February 2017 at Sonipat campus and attended by more than 150 African students and diplomats based in India. Speakers at the event emphasised that through education and global connect; the youths of Africa will continue to march ahead in a growth trajectory to make Africa realise its dreams.
Professor Sreeram Chaulia, Dean, Jindal School of International Affairs, said, “There is a youth surge happening in both the continents. At 19.6 years as the median age, the African continent ‘is the most youthful on the planet.’
Upcoming Events:
Gandhian Leadership Training Programme May 2017
Gujarat Vidyapith is organizing a training programme on Gandhian Leadership from 15 May 2017 to 30 May 2017. This programme is designed for youth and wil held in Ahmadabad.
Y20 in Berlin
 German Federal Government, the Federal Youth Ministry and IJAB – International Youth Service of the Federal Republic of Germany will organize the international Y20 Youth Summit 2017. It will take place in Berlin from 2 to 8 June 2017.
Melaka International Youth Dialogue
World Assembly of Youth in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (Malaysia), Melaka State Government, Asian Youth Council and Malaysian Youth Council will organize the 17th Melaka International Youth Dialogue with the theme ‘Our Roles in Solving Juvenile Delinquency’. It  will take place in Melaka, Malaysia from  9 to 13 July 2017.
National Peace and Harmony Youth Camp in Arunachal Pradesh
National Youth Project Trust will organize the National Peace and Harmony Youth Camp. It will take place in Rupa, Arunachal Pradesh from 21 June to 26 June 2017.
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Dear Sir / Madam,
After the Bronze Medal feat at the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup on Saturday, the Indian team arrives in India tonight. The team led by Manpreet Singh will arrive in New Delhi at 9.30pm.. They will be available for bytes and comments upon arrival. We cordially invite you for the same to the airport. Would appreciate it if you confirm your presence.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed an Indian heads of mission meet, which is brainstorming key foreign policy issues and challenges including India’s engagement with major powers as well as strain in ties with Pakistan and China.
The four-day conference, which began on Thursday, was formally inaugurated by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj yesterday.
The conclave is also expected to discuss major developments globally and how India should mold its policy to deal with them. Envoys have made presentations on the state of India’s bilateral relationship with the countries they are posted to.
India’s relationship with the Trump administration and ties with Russia are also likely to figure in the conclave.
The annual meet is taking place at a time when Indo-Pak ties have nosedived following the beheading of two Indian soldiers by the Pakistan military in Jammu and Kashmir and the issue is likely to figure during the discussions.
India’s ties with the resource-rich African continent as well as with the Gulf countries and the situation in the West Asia are also expected to be discussed during the meet.


Venezuela, oil rich and  the most prosperous country gets into disorderly act of governance with charges of corruption, fiscal mismanagement  further falling in deadly grips Venezuela as students rally . With  cities engulfed on barricades of rubbish block streets in Venezuela in sign of worsening chaos after weeks of deadly political unrest,as  thousands rallied in anger at President Nicolas Maduro’s plan to rewrite the constitution.The number killed in Venezuela amid mounting political unrest rose to 38, as opposition leaders reported that dozens of officers had been detained for refusing to repress protesters.
Former presidential candidate Henrique Capriles said 85 officers, a majority from the military, had been detained for expressing discontent with the actions of the nation’s national guard.
There has, however, been no independent confirmation of the detentions.
National guardsmen have repeatedly launched tear gas and rubber bullets in more than a month of anti-government protests. Demonstrators are calling for President Nicolas Maduro to hold elections, but the embattled leader shows no sign of ceding to their demands.


The second round of vote for Presidential election in France will be held tomorrow. Opinion polls have shown the centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron bagging around 62 percent votes.
In the first round of the election, National Front candidate, Le Pen finished second behind Macron on 21.3 percent. Meanwhile, French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has been the target of a massive hacking attack.
Macron’s campaign team said hackers mixed up genuine files with fake ones in order to confuse people. It said that it was clear the hackers wanted to undermine Mr. Macron ahead of Sunday’s second round vote.
The French interior ministry said it would not comment on the trove of hacked documents as the official campaign had ended


New Delhi / London, May 06, 2017: World-class cricketer, the most prolific run-maker and one of the greatest batsmen of all time, Sachin Tendulkar was honoured with the prestigious Fellowship Award at 7th Asian Awards, on May 5th 2017 at the Park Lane Hilton, London. The Asian Awards, celebrates outstanding achievements of individuals born in or with direct family origin from all of Asia, across all disciplines of life. The award comes just weeks before the world-wide release of the much awaited Sachin Tendulkar movie titled, Sachin: A Billion Dreams. 

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