Friday, October 12, 2018

Naresh Sagar
12 Oct. at 12:10 am
DemocratsJoin us.
I am fired up about the women who are running this year, Naresh. But I also know the resources it is going to take to organize and mobilize the voters who can elect them in just 26 days.

Here are just a few of the women who need our support right now to win in November. Read more about them below -- and then donate $3 to help these incredible candidates cross the finish line.
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These are just a few of the women candidates I'm excited about this year, but it's going to take more than just excitement to ensure they win in November.

Will you donate $3 to elect these women and Democrats nationwide in 26 days?

When candidates like Paulette, Linda, Jacky, Jana, Lauren, Xochitl, and Lucy run, they can win. In fact, in two-thirds of House primaries this year where a woman was running and there was no incumbent, Democratic women won.

But the only way we can make sure that this historically diverse slate of Democrats wins in November is by giving them the resources to organize and mobilize voters over the next 26 days. Some states have already started voting, so we don't have a second to waste. 

Donate $3 to elect Democrats up and down the ballot this year.

Thanks for your support,


Amanda Brown Lierman
Political and Organizing Director
Democratic National Committee

P.S. "White Men Are Minority of House Democratic Nominees For First Time Ever" -- that's a headline we should all be proud of. We must do everything in our power to support the historic slate of Democrats running this year. If you're ready to help our incredible candidates win, donate $3 now.
Exports - Bringing in a New Wave of Growth
26 October 2018 | Hotel Leela Palace, New Delhi

India’s exports are entrusted with a two-pronged target, to drive the economic growth of India as the nation strives for a $5 trillion economy by 2025 and achieve the goal of India being in the top ten trading nations globally by 2022. The Government of India is dedicatedly strategizing to build a framework that will enable exports to bring in a new wave of growth and as part of this endeavour, the Government has recently announced an array of steps like removal of withholding tax on Masala bonds, relaxation for foreign portfolio investments, curbs on non-essential imports, widening CAD and checking the rupee depreciation. These initiatives have encouraged the industry to work closely with the Government and collectively work towards the objectives of the nation.

The dialogue to build a robust and thriving exports ecosystem has begun, however, there are still impediments in this growth narrative that need to be dealt with. With this background, CII is organising the CII Exports Summit 2018 on 26 October 2018 from 1000 - 1800 hrs (Registration starts at 0900 hrs at the venue) at the Grand Ballroom, Hotel Leela Palace, New Delhi. The Summit will discuss matters related to building competitiveness in the industry, increasing engagement with States and sustaining and increasing the current rate of growth amidst a volatile global trade environment.

The Summit would provide an opportunity to industry to interact with various stakeholders of export eco-system including Government officials, funding agencies and many others. The platform would help in sharing the issues and recommendations with the relevant authorities.
I am writing to cordially invite you to join us for the Summit as a delegate.  May I also request you to nominate your colleagues to participate at the event.Kindly register the participation from your organization by using the Registration Link.  Click Here to register.
Look forward to your kind confirmation and participation.

NESO holding press conference in New Delhi

Sagar Media inc : NESO holding press conference in New Delhi

North East students organisation comprising of all students federation the body of the north-east, was in new Delhi and held a press conference narrating their demands to the Government of India through MHA, in their briefing to the media at Press Club of India, in New Delhi today.
Manipur has porous borders, which works easy conduit, infiltration of arms, drugs and even human takes place from Bangladesh and Myanmar to Manipur.
More than 300 kilometers of Indo-Myanmar border is open, India and Myanmar should have a strategy to keep a tab on cross border movements and there should be identified border line between the two counties.
The North East Students’ Organisation (NESO) Thursday urged the Centre to implement the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the entire region to detect and deport the illegal immigrants living there.
Implementation of National Register of Citizen (NRC) in the entire northeastern States and withdrawal of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 were amongst the eight demands raised by a delegation of North East Students’ Organization (NESO) on Wednesday to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
The delegation also met Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju separately in New Delhi and registered their protest against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016.
“We have mainly highlighted eight burning issues of the Northeast,” said AASU president Dipanka Kumar Nath to in briefing, added “We have demanded the Centre to carry out the NRC update exercise in all NE States to solve the problem of illegal influx from Bangladesh.”
NESO has submitted to the Ministry of home affairs their a memorandum highlighting eight burning issues of this landlocked region. India's borders with Bangladesh, Myanmar and Bhutan highlights the porous nature of these borders, which pass through difficult terrain of forest, rivers and mountains and make the task of guarding all the more challenging.
The need for guarding these boundaries along Indo-Bangladesh border, in sight from the mid 1980s. Fencing of the Bangladesh border was then commissioned as a potential mechanism of defending the peace and tranquility of the North Eastern states which until today has lingered nearly forty years in abysmal.
Further,Thirteenth Finance Commission, Government of India, New
Delhi for sponsoring the research project on the Problems of Border Areas in North East India has made several pointed deliberations on the subject.
Charter of demands:
Education and Human resources development;
Repeal of Impunitive legislation and timely settlement with armed group,
To curb Infiltration of illegal Migrants ,NRC etc need,
Economic and infra development,
Employment policy for North east,
Indo-Bangla land swap deal 2011,
Settling of Interstate boundary Issue,
Special Constitutional status and separate Time zone for NE regions.

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