Saturday, May 12, 2018

 Chandigarh relegate Haryana

 Chandigarh relegate Haryana in a tough matchup at the 69th Junior National Basketball Championship for Men and Women in Ludhiana 
Ludhiana, 11th May 2018: The 69th Junior National Basketball Championship for Men and Women is underway at the Ludhiana Basketball Academy, Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana from 7th May. The championship is being organised by Punjab Basketball Association under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India.
Tamil Nadu girls and Punjab boys teams are the defending champions from the previous version of the event held in Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Day-4 Results:

Group A:

U.P(Akshay 31 pts, Prasun 25 pts, Priyanshu 22  pts) bt Chandigarh(Rahul 32 pts, Ajmer 26 pts) 115-92[33-23, 30-16, 20-21, 32-32]

T.N(Arvind 25pts, Akash 24 pts) bt Haryana(Rampal 20 pts, Vikrant 22 pts) 86-75[22-22, 22-23, 21-21, 21-09]

Group B:
Delhi( Nitish 27 pts ) bt Maharashtra( Suraj 26 pts )  82-79[18-14, 11-18, 26-14, 27-33]
Rajasthan(  Sumeet 25 pts, Rajeev 19 pts ) bt Kerala(Chacko 23pts, Sejin 17 pts) 101-95[26-16, 19-21, 26-20, 30-38]
Group C: 
Goa( Jeshua 22 pts ) bt Pudducherry( Sathyavanan 22 pts ) 76-50[12-09, 26-14, 20-18, 18-09]
Group D: 
Odisha(Sarat 25 pts, Suresh 14 pts) bt Bihar(Yashraj 27 pts, Dharmendr 22 pts) 72-66[16-19, 19-11, 17-15, 20-21]
Group A:
Gujarat(Tavleen 22 pts, Ria 15 pts) bt M.P(Asmat 30 pts) 73-71[22-17, 15-23, 16-16, 20-15]
Group B:
Maharashtra(Neha 24 pts, Sakshi 14 pts) bt Rajasthan(Yashika 16 pts, Ishika 09 pts) 101-45[19-16, 29-13, 32-03, 21-13]
Kerala(Sreekala 48 pts) bt Punjab(Prabhjot 22pts) 91-76[23-17, 24-14, 23-27, 21-18]
Day-5 First Session Results:
Group A:
Chandigarh(Ajmer 30 pts, Kawaljeet 13 pts) bt Haryana(Rampal 23 pts, Mukesh 21 pts) 89-85[14-09, 21-23, 29-30, 25-23]
Group B:
Kerala(Chacko 26 pts, Sejin 25 pts) bt Maharashtra(Faisal 23 pts, Tanay 17 pts) 106-82[20-22, 24-27, 26-12, 36-21]
Rajasthan(Rajeev 36 pts, Sumeet 13 pts) bt M.P(Harshwardhan 19 pts, Uday 14 pts) 97-62[34-26, 30-15, 16-10, 17-11]
Group A:
T.N(Dharshini 26 pts, Monica 18 pts) bt Karnataka(Sanjana 19 pts, Grishma 15 pts) 79-67[19-12, 13-14, 21-25, 26-16]
Loser Knockout Quarter Final
Karnataka(Prashant 21 pts, Srujan 17 pts) bt Gujarat(Kuldeep 20 pts, Ashutosh 14 pts) 81-77[20-08, 16-23, 23-27, 21-19]
J&K(Sumit 15 pts, Gourav 14 ts) bt WB(Pronoy 09 pts) 52-35[15-13, 15-06, 16-15, 06-01]
Mizoram(Zonunsanga 22 pts, lalrinawma 13 pts) bt Odisha(Saratnayan 28 pts, Suresh 16 pts) 76-65[20-23, 19-18, 24-15, 13-09]
Jharkhand(Swarnalee 09 pts, Simran 05 pts) bt A.P(Kusuma 04 pts) 27-14[12-01, 6-4, 4-5, 5-4]
Odisha(Pragati 15pts, Sanjana 11 pts) bt Bihar(Shreyasi 18 pts) 43-11[13-00, 10-06, 10-05, 10-00]
LEVEL – 1                                      LEVEL – 2                                                                                                       

LEVEL 1                                  LEVEL 2

“Get into the mind of the millennial”

Dear Members,
We are pleased to Invite you for a Masterclass on The Psychology to Business- Chapter 1: “Get into the mind of the millennial”
Date: Tuesday, 15th May
Time: 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Address: NASSCOM Startup Warehouse, Plot No 1, Udyog Vihar Phase 1, Gurgaon
This is the first in the series of The Psychology to Business Masterclass. The masterclass are designed to:
  • Bring concepts of from psychology to life for businesses.
  • Help clients build more science into their talent management programs.
  • To uncover popular myths and misplaced assumptions that organization use when assessing or modifying behavior at the workplace.
This class answers questions about Millennials- the generation that has us guessing. Get behind the scenes to know WHY millennials behave the way they do – The psychology to it all is quite surprising !
The 4 hour class will weave in perspectives from
  1. Maslow’s Need Hierarchy
  2. Erickson’s Psycho-socialDevelopment Theory
  3. Donald Super’s Career Rainbow
By the end of the class participants are able to
  • Segment their millennial population into career readiness categories and develop customisedstrategy for their engagement and retention.
  • Understand their employees/ children better – understand the WHY behind their unique behaviour.
Speaker Profile:
Radhika Bhalla
Organization Psychologist- Quadrangle Consulting
The Session is free for Members to attend, but prior Registration is Mandatory.
Chetan Sharma
P.S- Noida Members Please register for the same session in Noida on 18th May*

Digital Data Growth 20 Times – NO Progress in Services 2 Yrs

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May11, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh
India is biggest consumer of Data – India has too much spare time to watch videos – there is highest traffic on social media which has progressed from to text to Video in just two years.
‘Today, India consumes 2,360 petabytes every month, making it the largest data market globally surpassing China, USA and Japan.’
My intervention yesterday on the occasion of release of EY-CII report was –
‘My data consumption has gone up 20 times in two years but there is no progress in Public Services – We still have to ‘Queue Up and Wait for an hour to meet CGHS Doctor’ – visit 2-3 times to get medicines – today India has over 300m SMART PHONES – even in Rape or Murder cases there is no Live ONLINE Registration of FIR – Police Stations don’t accept Live Crime Scene Video Registration even as data rates are practically zero—’
Even in 1986 when there was no Internet/Broadband ‘US Police & Media Helicopters would arrive at the Crime Scene, Video Record the Incidents.’
Police in Delhi don’t even take Pictures of Vehicles Towed Away because there may be 50 more Wrongly Parked Vehicles nearby.
We don’t get INFO about ‘Water Supply & Quality, Power Breakdown, Property Matters, Rents, Fruits, Vegetables & Grocery rates, Train Speeds & Punctuality Has Not Improved, Private Companies send 100 messages & e-mails a day like DTH Subscription & Services, Government Departments None like LPG Price, to see Traffic Condition we rely on UBER or GMAIL application, We don’t get INFO when there is BREAK DOWN of METRO LINE Service, Except Foreign Funded MONEY TRANSACTION COMPANIES and SOCIAL MEDIA there is little Progress in Public Services.’
We get no INFO about ‘Chikunguniya, Dengu or Malaria out Breaks, When my Neighbor’s house was given Special Fogging Treatment it was confirmed after weeks that had Chikunguniya but there was no FOGGING in say 300m radius.’
CCTVs of Police rarely worked earlier because High Cost of Data earlier but no progress even as Data Rate is practically free. As I said earlier there are 300m Smart Phones which are ACTIVE & ALIVE – Even in No 4G zones Can Record CRIME SCENE.
We don’t get INFO about Quality & Test Certificates about Products like ELECTRIC GADGETS we buy in the market.
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
Broadband may unlock trillion dollar digital economy by 2022, reach 9 out of 10 people: EY-CII Report
Indians spend 200 minutes on mobile every day, second highest app downloads globally with almost 79% of the web traffic in India on mobile.
May 10, 2018
NEW DELHI: Broadband has the potential to unlock a trillion dollar digital economy by 2022 and reach 9 out of 10 people, according to a recently launched EY-CII report. The report highlighted that the fiber networks will be playing an important role in supporting high bandwidth requirements in the future.
At the launch of the report, DoT Secretary Aruna Sundararajan said, “The intelligent platform is nothing but a combination of Big Data, AI, Virtual Reality etc which are emerging and coming together. It will become far more powerful and influential as we move forward.”
The report brought out that on an average Indians spend 200 minutes on mobile every day, with the second highest app downloads globally and almost 79% of the web traffic in India is on mobile.
“We have already seen the growth happening for approximate 370 million internet connections on mobile and few million more which are not mobile based and expected to be double in the next two to three years and we will very soon cross the 700 million,” said Kiran Karnik, Chairman, CII National Committee on Telecom and Broadband.
“As we move ahead with broadband connectivity, as new technologies emerge, and with the introduction of the new policy which will be introduced in the next few months, we will see a tremendous growth for broadband in the country,” added Karnik.
“The real opportunity is to look beyond technology, and find ways to give the greatest number of people the ability to positively impact their families, organisations and communities. At the back of this, India has the potential to unlock a trillion dollar digital economy by 2022 and add up to 10 million jobs,” said Prashant Singhal, Emerging Markets Technology, Media & Entertainment and Telecommunications (TMT) Leader, EY.
Furthermore, the report said that by 2020, nearly 70% of the India’s towers will need to be fiberized from the current levels of sub-25% as a part of building future ready infrastructure.

“9th HYDRO VISION CONCLAVE INDIA 2018” and “3rd TRANSgrid INDIA 2018”

Calling ‘Your Goodself’ as a “Special Invitee” to join us at the ENERTIA Foundation forum(s) –GSFI (Grid Smart Forum of India) “3rd TRANSgrid INDIA 2018” HyFi (Hydropower Forum of India) & Falcon Media Organized and concurrent – “9th HYDRO VISION CONCLAVE INDIA 2018”
10th May 2018
Shri Naresh Kumar Sagar
Sagar Media In Enkaysagar Holdings P Ltd.
C-1-106, Janakpuri, 
New Delhi- 110 058
M: +91 9810974027
Dear Shri Naresh Kumar Sagar  ji,
Sub. :   Calling ‘Your Goodself’ as a “Special Invitee” to join us at theENERTIA Foundation forum(s) –GSFI (Grid Smart Forum of India) “3rdTRANSgrid INDIA 2018” HyFi (Hydropower Forum of India) & Falcon Media Organized and concurrent – “9th HYDRO VISION CONCLAVE INDIA 2018” 
A)   “3rd TRANSGrid INDIA 2018”
–   Power Sector “Issues of Transmission Expansion”
–   Grid Integration of Renewable Energy (RE)
–   Reliable, Stable, Sustainable & Smart Grid
–   Distribution Efficiency & Power System Automation 
B) “9th HYDRO VISION Conclave INDIA 2018”
 –   “Ujwal Jalprawaha + UJWAL Urja for Ujwal Bharat”
 –   Resurgent Hydro : WaterPower – 100 GW+ by 202
    Doubling Water Per Capita Availability to 200 Litres per day (includes  Overall usages– Agro, Industrial,
      Government & Domestic Consumption)
 –   Increasing Arable Agricultural Land from 25% to 50%

Day & Date:
Friday, 25th May 2018
10.30 am onwards (followed by Luncheon).
SCOPE Convention Centre – “Tagore Chambers”, Core No. 8, SCOPE Complex, 7 Lodi Road, New Delhi
GREETINGS to “YOUR GOODSELF” from the Prof. A. G. Iyer, President & Chairperson of “ENERTIA Foundation” forums “Grid Smart Forum of India – GSFI” & “Hydropower Forum of India – HyFi” and Editor-in-Chief of our Official Publication“ENERTIA – Asia’s Premier Journal on Sustainable Energy, Power & Renewables”, its holding publishing entity, ‘Falcon Media’ and Team. 
INDIA achieved a “Unified Grid” in 2013 when Southern Grid was connected to the “Rest-of-India” and was into a “One Nation – One Grid – One Frequency” and its Sustainability, finally shaping into a “One Price of Power (Electricity)” by 2022 on a National Scale for each separate customer segment namely Domestic Households, Agricultural / Farm, Industrial, Commercial & Government establishments, etc. 
INDIA’s Futuristic Roadmap for bringing back Share of Hydropower Renewable to 25-30% of National Power Generation Mix (NPGM) from the present record low of 12% level. (North Eastern, Northern & Eastern Upheaval for Storage Based Projects including Pumped Storage + Exploiting Fullest Potentials of Medium & SHPs in Western & Southern India) + Indo-Bhutan Hydropower Bilateral Co-Operation in Focus. 
It is our pleasure, vide this letter, to announce and extend our cordial invitation to“YOUR GOODSELF” to join as a SPECIAL INVITEE” to this Exclusive“Summit & Conclave” (Please find the “Brochure” attachment for the same) 
NB :      RSVP :  Steffi Iyer, Coordinator – HyFI & GSFI (M : + 91 – 92244 07245) / Poonam Mate (M : + 91 – 90297 88997)
REPA (Renewable Energy Promotion Association) India’s Apex National Umbrella Organization and Sole Non-Profit body for Promotion of Renewable Energy in India, SAARC and Asia at large is the support body (Non-Profit cause) and NDIM (New Delhi Institute of Management) are partnering this “3rd TRANSGrid INDIA 2018” and Concurrent with “9th HYDRO VISION CONCLAVE INDIA 2018”.
Looking forward t your valued lines of consent/ confirmation of joining the deliberations on 25th May 2018 (10.30am – 2.00pm followed by luncheon).
With Warm Regards & Best Wishes

R. Thiagarajan Iyer
Editorial Director – ENERTIA
Convenor –GSFI (Grid Smart Forum of India) &
HyFI (Hydropower Forum of INDIA)
M : +91-75887 13573
ENERTIA Foundation Website :
Falcon Media Website :

Tell the British government to stop protecting the Burmese military

Dear friend
Min Aung Hlaing, the head of the Burmese military, is responsible for the deaths of thousands of Rohingya villagers, and the rape of thousands of Rohingya women. The United Nations has said what his military has done could be genocide, the most serious crime in the world.
In Kachin State and Shan State his soldiers are also attacking civilians, driving thousands of people from their homes, arresting, torturing and executing villagers.
Despite these horrific violations of international law, the British government is refusing to support the UN Security Council referring Burma to the International Criminal Court. A referral to this court means that they can investigate the crimes that have taken place and seek to prosecute those responsible.
Min Aung Hlaing and his military are terrified of this happening. British MPs who have called on the British government to support a referral have been banned from visiting Burma.
So far Min Aung Hlaing has paid no price for what he has done to the Rohingya. Thinking he can get away with anything, he has been stepping up attacks against other ethnic minorities in Burma.
Getting the UN Security Council to refer Burma to the International Criminal Court won’t be easy. China and Russia will be opposed. The only way to overcome that opposition is to build global support for a referral. The British government should be working to build that global support. Instead, on this issue, the British government has the same position as China and Russia, they don’t support a referral.
Britain is the formal lead country on Burma at the UN Security Council. Others follow their lead. By refusing to support a referral, they are protecting Min Aung Hlaing, encouraging him to believe he can continue to get away with the mass rape and killing of ethnic minorities.
If you live in the UK, please email your MP asking them to support Early Day Motion 1219, calling on the British government to support referring Burma to the International Criminal Court. (An Early Day Motion is a kind of petition that only MPs can sign, and we know from experience they can influence the government).
Thank you for your support
Anna Roberts
Burma Campaign UK
Help build the campaign – donate today!


(1st time in India)
(Multi sector display of Consumer & Industrial Products & Services by
around 130 companies from Taiwan) 
 Thursday | 17th May 2018 | 10.00AM
Pragati Maidan (Hall No.11)
New Delhi 
We are pleased to inform you that TAIWAN EXPO 2018 (multisector display of goods & services by approximately 130 Taiwanese company – consumer as well as industrial) would be held from 17thto 19th of May 2018 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
Keeping in view the fact that in the last couple of years there has been a quantum jump in the trade between India  & Taiwan, the Government of Taiwan has taken a major initiative to organize an exclusive show of Taiwan Products & Services in which close to 130 companies from Taiwan are displaying their products & services. The display include both consumer as well as industrial products. This is for the 1st time that the Taiwan Expo is being organized in India. This is an excellent opportunity for Indian companies doing business with Taiwan to strengthen their trade ties and for others to explore business opportunities with Taiwan.
The Opening Ceremony will take place on Thursday 17th May 2018 at Hall No. 11, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi at 10.00am
The agenda is as follows:
10.00: (Registration & guest to be seated)
1030: Opening entertainment
Address by VIP
Inauguration (of exhibition)
Exhibition tour
Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME ) being an Associate to the exhibition is pleased to extend you a cordial invitation for the Opening Ceremony. Kindly note, no charges are applicable but prior confirmation is a must. In order to confirm your participation, kindly let us have your name, designation, company, address, mobile and e-mail. On receipt of your confirmation, we would courier you hard copy of the invitation card.

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