Monday, April 23, 2018

Delhi Needs ‘Chief Technology Officer’ Not Political Advisers  

April23, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh
CTO in all Multinationals ensures seamless Technical Progress, IPR Creation & Advanced Tech Product Development. Indian companies and Government largely have no CTO. Development is FREQUENTLY hindered, Derailed & Hijacked.
Nehru had ‘Director General of Technical Development’ or DGTD for short. Every project private or PSU was cleared by this office. DGTD was gradually corrupted and then dismantled. Planning Commission didn’t take functions of DGTD in Planning Matters – Limited itself to Financial Management and even this was dismantled in 2014.
India is not able TAKE CRITICAL decisions – To Have Strong Patent Office or Lame Duck Patent Office, Water Storage in Dams or Johads,Food Processing at Farms or Distant Factories, Grains Storage at Farms or with Urban Traders, Canal Water for Drinking or Tube-Well,Hydro Power or Thermal Power, Pithead Power or at Load Centers,Rooftop Solar or Mega Solar Farms, Electric Buses or Battery Buses,Broad Gauge Metro Interconnected With Main Lines or Standard Gauge Independent Tracks, 24 hour Water Supply No Home Storage & Pumping or 1 hour Water Supply, CNG Buses or Euro IV to VI Diesel Buses, Call Centers in Gurgaon or Delhi, Wholesale Markets or Sabzi Mandi in Old Delhi or all Pin Code Areas, Schools within 1-2 kilometers or No Policy, High Tech Industries or Polluting Factories,Open Sewage Drains or Sewer Lines, Car Parking On Streets or Within Homes, Raw Foods Retail or Clean Foods Delivery, Streets Cleaned By Brooms or Washed Weekly & Vacuum Cleaning, Solar Water Heating or Electric Geysers, Potable Water Supply or Water Purifies in Every Home, Free Entry to Colonies or Restricted Entry during Day Time, Public Consultation or Contractor Driven Decisions —-.
Some Colonies may have 50 Saloons, 100 Banks, 20 Dental Clinics, 50 Coffee Shops & Restaurants but No Fruits & Vegetable Shop or Too Few Halwai Shop or Organized Retail and all Shops, Offices & Businesses are without Parking.
Home Consumers are BASE LOAD [24×365 Hours] of Electricity Distributors, Shops 9×310, Offices 6×280 hour of use. Fixed Cost Per Unit for Home Consumers should be zero – 200% for Shops & 300% for Offices. But recent DERC Tariff Order increased Fixed Cost to Domestic Consumers manifold.
Delhi may resume DESU Policy – separate Light & Power Connections – Billing. Zero Fixed Cost for Low Tariff for Lights, Fans, Desert Cooler, Refrigerators, TVs, Computers etc – High Tariff for ACs, Geysers and Maximum for Lifts Operated for 30m to 2 hours Per day in Domestic/Office.
Storage Dams on Yamuna is 1st Priority for Sustained Potable Water Supply.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 8826415770, 9871056471, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects

Hamdard Bonanza Lucky

On behalf of Hamdard India, we would like to invite you for the Lucky Draw event by Hamdard tomorrow. Attached is the media invite for your perusal and below are the details:
Event : Hamdard Bonanza Lucky Draw – Phase 1 – 2nd Dec 2016 to 25th Jan 2017 and Phase 2 -15th Feb 2017 to 31st March 2017
Hamdard Bonanza is an innovative customer loyalty programme for Hakims/Doctors/Vaids/Unani & Ayurvedic Outlets has now become an iconic scheme. There has been an overwhelming response from Unani fraternity with more than 3500 participants from across the country. This event is a culmination of Hamdard Bonanza (2016-2017) and will see a lucky draw to identify more than 200 lucky winners of prizes, including Bumper prize of a Maruti Alto Car.

India has the ability to combine ancient and modern religious traditions

India has the ability to combine ancient and modern religious traditions says H.H. The Dalai Lama.(Rahul Bali, Senior Correspondent, Sagar Media Inc)
During a talk on the theme of “Role of Culture and Ethics in Promoting Peace and Harmony”, a programme organized by Antar-Rashtriya Sahayog Parishad (ARSP) and The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library. H.H. The Dalai Lama, a world renowned spiritual leader aged 82, a student of Nalanda university spoke about Buddha`s teachings. He said Buddha was a great thinker and practitioner of compassion, love, and human values and reasons. Buddha always emphasized on reason. Buddha said: O` my followers, scholars, preachers “Be a light unto yourself”. H.H. The Dalai Lama argued that there is no problem in any religion but problem lies in religious institutions and homegrown difference in religious traditions. He said India has tradition of compassion, love and secular-respect for all religions. According to H.H. The Dalai Lama, the era of feudalism is outdated; time of Kings and Queens are over, now time is for Democracy.World is interdependent. Citing an example of trade between Pakistan and India, he said both countries in trade terms are interdependent. While advising to the Indian Diaspora, the H.H. Dalia Lama emphasized on building Indian towns at par with China towns by Chinese. In a lighter vein, he said Chinese are hardworking and Indian are lazy people. Indian people need to be hardworking. At the end of his talk, H.H. the Dalai Lama emphasized that change will come by action not by prayer. He said that his mission is to revive ancient traditions.
Ambassador (Retd) Virendra Gupta, Former High Commissioner of India to South Africa and President of ARSP  spoke about the Indian Diaspora in South Africa. He apprised that during colonial times, Indian Diaspora followed different trajectories encompassing indentured laborer to business entrepreneurs. Today, Indian Diaspora has solid presence in South Africa. The members of Indian Diaspora have achieved milestones in different fields such as commerce, education, health, and infrastructure and their contributions have promoted India` image at the international arena.
Shri Shakti Sinha, Director Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML), New Delhi spoke about Guru- Shishya tradition. He said that despite destruction of Nalanda University Chela(H.H. The Dalai Lama) is spreading the teachings of Guru- The Great Guatama Buddha.
ARSP has been building bridges with the Indian Diaspora since 1978 and its work and service across the globe is commendable.

Oxxy announced 11,000 Fixed Deposit for Every Girl Child Born in India

And launced International Gender Equality Day and Oxxy Girl Child Development Program were launched today in New Delhi, India in the presence of representatives from different countries like Brazil, United Kingdom, Slovenia, Pakistan, Guyana, Ethiopia, Republic of Korea, Maldives etc.; professionals from multinational companies like Alibaba, Amazon, Microsoft, PwC, Pepsi and members from organisations like World Parliament & WFIT were also present.The event took place in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi
Oxxy, the Largest Healthcare Network in India, offered a solution to combat the problem of Gender Inequality in the country by facilitating “Rs. 11,000 Fixed Deposit to every Girl Child born in India”*.
The launching of “International Gender Equality Day” and “Oxxy Girl Child Development Program” and a day long conference held at Vigyan Bhawan demonstrated through concrete evidences and data the pervasive nature of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere. Discussions were held on topics like Equal Economic Opportunities, Gender Mainstreaming, Reservation for Women and Violence Against Women.
The panels examined issues related to gender inequality and shared ideas on best practices for reducing the gap. Topics of gender based reservation and measures needed to prevent violence against women were raised. They formulated recommendations to increase women’s participation on national level, sharing fair practices and empowering women to increase their economic participation.
Despite progress in the last few years, it is estimated that countries around the world still have some discriminatory laws in their legal framework. These range from laws that prevent basic rights like education, right to work, dressing up or driving a car. The conference was focused on highlighting inequalities and challenges faced by women; identifying gaps and opportunities for gender equality in 2030 agenda for a progressive and healthier world.

The Royal baby on way

Duchess of Cambridge has gone into labour with her third child.
She is with the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, central London – the same hospital where Kate gave birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
No scan, Kate and William did not ask if they would be welcoming a son or daughter  opting to be surprised, Middleton due to give birth  she will no doubt make the most of her final weekend with Prince William and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte ahead of the arrival of Royal baby.
Kensington Palace announced that the Duchess was admitted to the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in central London on Monday morning.
Further Kensington Palace said the Duchess traveled to the hospital by car and was in the “early stages of labour”. Royal watchers will be expecting a swift delivery.


Alumni Website Hosting done.
Mr DK Singh Principal Secrearty Panchayati Raj  depptt Odisha gave welcome address with skill progress in the state.
Mr GB Mathur most skill of industries are fast changing we need to keep pace and we are 6% skill compare to SKorea 96% so scale are quite high.
Smt Nidhi Dua of Marks & Spencer said we must give dignity of skill to each skill as each are important in its own right.
Odisha is house of Sun Temple, Konark temple the people of the state  has genitical skill thus need  training  for right skill keeping in viw of demand.

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