Monday, 22 January 2018

Press invite VIF,NMML

Invitation for Vimarsha on Sister Nivedita’s thought on nationalism, nationhood, education and its relevance in contemporary times by Pravrajika Divyanandaprana, Wednesday, 24 January 2018 at 4:30pm
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NMML invitation for the panel discussion _The 21st Century: Geo-politics, Democracy and Peace _23 January 2018_5.00pm
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 Rajasthan, MP move SC to re-impose ban on Padmaavat:  

Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh today moved the Supreme Court seeking recall of its January 18 order by which controversial Bollywood movie Padmaavat was allowed to be released in theatres across India on January 25.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud agreed to hear tomorrow the interim applications of both the states seeking a modification of the apex court order allowing exhibition of the movie.
The states claimed that section 6 of the Cinematograph Act empowers them to stop exhibition of any controversial movie on the grounds of possible violation of law and order.
Senior advocate Harish Salve, appearing for Viacom 18, the producers of the Deepika Padukone-starrer, opposed urgent hearing on any such interim applications.
The court, however, agreed to hear the applications tomorrow.
The Supreme Court had on January 25 paved the way for the nationwide release of Padmaavat by staying the ban on its screening in Gujarat and Rajasthan.
The apex court also restrained other states from issuing any such notification or order banning the screening of the movie.
The film, starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in lead roles, is based on the saga of the historic battle of 13th century between Maharaja Ratan Singh and his army of Mewar and Sultan Alauddin Khilji of Delhi.
The Haryana and Madhya Pradesh governments have not issued any formal order but had stated that they would not allow the exhibition of the film.Maintaining that states were under a constitutional obligation to maintain law and order, the apex court had said that this duty also includes providing police protection to persons who are involved in the film, its exhibition and the audience watching it.
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 New Delhi 20 Jan 2018NCC DEMONSTRATES SCINTILLATING HORSEMAN SHIP 1. The Annual Horse Show by the NCC riders taking part in the Republic Day Camp 2018was on display at the Cariappa Parade Ground, Delhi Cantt today. The cadets undergotraining in Remount and Veterinary (R&V) units throughout the year to achieve a high degreeof proficiency in Equestrian skills. At the Republic Day Camp, National level Inter-DirectorateNCC Equestrian competitions are held; the culmination of the entire exercise manifests in aHorse show. The best Horse riders, both boys and girls cadets put up nail biting display ofTent Pegging and Show Jumping. 2. Lt Gen SK Dua, UYSM, SM, VSM, CISC, the Chief Guest, gave away the trophies andprizes to the much deserving winners. In his address, the Chief Guest appreciated theexcellent riding skills and horsemanship talents of the NCC cadets. Equestrian Training andHorsemanship skills provide an opportunity for adventure to NCC Cadets in the Country. Hestated that horse riding develops the qualities of courage, steadfastness and disciplinebesides inculcating sportsmanship amongst the youth, which is paramount for personalitydevelopment.3. The cadets who bagged awards in horse riding of this year were :-(a) Best Rider (Boys).Winner – Under Officer Vikas, Delhi DirectorateRunners Up – Under Officer Suresh Chand, Rajasthan Directorate(b) Best Rider Girls.Winner – Cpl K Lokeshwari, AP DirectorateRunners Up – C

Karnataka Women dominate Tamil Nadu

Karnataka Women dominate Tamil Nadu to remain undefeated in the league stage of the 68th Senior National Championship 

Chennai, 21st January 2018:  Day 4 of the 68th National Basketball Championship for Men and Women continued to see some fast and furious action.

The first women’s match of the day saw West Bengal take on Chandigarh. It was a match which saw West Bengal secure a comfortable victory against Chandigarh. The final score was 90-62. The top scorer for West Bengal was their captain Salma Devi (jersey no 13) with 24 points.
Quarter wise score – (25-12), (22-15), (19-20), (24-12)

The next women’s game saw Uttar Pradesh taken on Assam. A fairly even contest saw Uttar Pradesh come away with the victory. The final score was 75-57. The top scorer for Uttar Pradesh was Vaishnavi Yadav (jersey no 14) with 22 points.
Quarter wise score – (23-14), (12-09), (17-18), (23-18)

The following men’s game saw Kerala take on Odisha which saw Kerala secure a comfortable victory over their opponents. The final score was 84-66. The top scorer for Kerala were Ginee B Benny (jersey no 14) and Sreerag Nair (jersey no 9) both with 18 points.

The next women’s game saw Delhi take on Rajasthan. The women from managed to secure a comfortable victory against Rajasthan. The total score is 78-37.  The top scorer for Delhi was their captain Raspreet Sindhu (jersey no 6) with 14 points.
Quarter wise score – (29-10), (22-04), (20-11), (07-12)

The following women’s game saw defending champions Kerala take on Madhya Pradesh where Kerala picked up yet another easy victory over their opponents. The final score was 62-34. Jeena P S (jersey no 13) was the top scorer for Kerala with 25 points.
Quarter wise score – (23-17), (22-07), (10-04), (07-06)

The next men’s game saw Gujarat taking on Haryana. Gujarat came out on top with a comfortable win over Haryana. The final score was 94-65. The top scorer for Gujarat was Kasi Ranjan (jersey no. 99) with a total of 26 points.
Quarter wise score – (25-20), (11-18), (27-16), (31—11)

The following women’s match Telangana take on Maharashtra. The women from Maharashtra secured a comfortable victory over their opponents. The final score was 35-76. The top scorer from Maharashtra was Suzanne Pinto (jersey no 99) with 15 points.
Quarter wise score – (12-18), (02-14), (17-27), (04-17)

The next men’s game saw Uttarakhand take on Rajasthan. Uttarakhand secured the victory over Rajasthan. The final score was 77-55.
Quarter wise score – (22-15), (13-11), (25-10), (17-19)

The following womens game saw the hosts Tamilnadu take on an in form Karnataka in a cracker of a contest. Despite tremendous effort from the host side team Karnataka came away with the victory. The total score at the end of all four quarters was 67-83. The top scorer for Karnataka was their team captain Bandhawaya H M (jersey no 7) with 30 points and the top scorer for Tamilnadu was Vandana Arya (jersey no 7) with 12 points.
Day 5 scores:
Game TypeCategoryLevelGroupWinning TeamWinning Team PtsLosing TeamLosing Team PtsQaurteWise PtsWinning Team Top ScorersLosing Team top Scorers
Qualification2to1WomenWest Bengal90Chandigarh6225-15,22-15,19-20,21-12Salma Devi 30pts, Sakshi Sharma 23ptsNisha 19pts
Qualification2to1WomenU.P75Assam5923-14,12-09,17-18,23-18Vaishnavi 23pts, Preeti 19ptsJonali 15pts
LeagueMen1AKerala84Odisha6623-18,19-17,27-12,15-19Gineeb 23pts, Sreerag 21ptsSuman 17pts, Ashok 17pts
LeagueWomen1BDelhi78Rajasthan3729-10,22-04,20-11,07-12Raspreet 17pts, Pratima 13ptskamlesh 16pts
LeagueWomen1AKerala62M.P3423-17,22-07,10-04,07-06Jeena 25pts, Aneesha 14Nima 11pts
Qualification2to1MenServices100Maharashtra6925-13,29-15,30-22,16-19Nikhil 23pts, Jairam 19ptsAaron 25pts
Qualification2to1MenDelhi73Chandigarh7522-08,08-17,12-21,21-29Ravi 24pts, jatin 18ptsSachin 20pts
RankingMen2Jharkhand79H.P7321-13,14-10,14-22,30-28Rohit 20pts, Ravikant 16ptsLakshay 20pts, Ashwani 17pts
LeagueMen1BGujarat94Haryana6525-20,11-18,27-16,31-11Kasi 26pts, Vivek 14ptsDeepak 20pts
LeagueMen1AUttrakhand77Rajasthan5522-15,13-11,25-10,17-19Yadwinder 24pts, Arjun 13ptsSaurabh 16pts, Vinod 11pts
LeagueWomen1BTelangana35Maharashtra7612-18,02-14,17-27,04-17Suzanne 15pts, Karina 12ptsManasa 19pts
LeagueWomen1AT.N67Karnataka8314-18,21-18,14-30,18-17Bhandavya 30pts, Sanjana,Roshini,Priyanka 12ptsVandana 12pts, Srividhya 10pts
RankingWomen2A.P59Haryana3413-14,11-07,19-08,10-05Jyothi 10ptsBharti 13pts, Meenu 10pts
RankingWomen2Goa31Bihar4204-12,10-06,10-09,07-15Priyanka 15ptsRhea 6pts
RankingWomen2Odisha64H.P4512-09,15-08,22-13,15-05Lipramayee 40ptsAlka 15pts
RankingWomen2PunjabPudducherryPunjab win(Walkover)
RankingMen2A.P.75U.P6214-11,16-10,22-17,23-22Kumar 22pts, Naveen 21ptsVivek 15pts, Pulkit 11pts
RankingMen2Assam85Telangana9324-17,23-14,20-27,18-35visu 38pts, Sri Ganesh 17ptsAjay 24pts, Birender 18pts
Qualification2to1WomenWest Bengal62U.P6813-18,10-15,24-13,15-22Vaishnavi 47ptsSalma 31pts
Qualification2to1MenServices103Chandigarh8230-27,23-23,31-12,19-20Narender 20ptsRavi 26pts
LeagueMen1BPunjab81Indian Railways8817-22,20-17,23-24,21-25Gagandeep 26pts, Himanshu 17ptsSatnam 23pts, Jagdeep 15pts
About Basketball Federation of India
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Media Invite

Naresh Kumar Sagar:

Dear Sir/Madam
You are cordially invited to the following event:-

Function : Press preview of tableaux participating in Republic Day Parade- 2018.

Date : Monday, January 22, 2018.
Time : 1430 hrs
Venue : Rashtriya Rangshala Camp, Parade Ground, Near APS Colony, Delhi Cantt.

Note: Transport for the venue will leave from Gate No. 3, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi at 1330 hrs.
[1/22, 09:33] Naresh Kumar Sagar: MEDIA INVITE
ASEAN-India Business and Investment Meet and Expo
Promoting Mutual Trade & Investment for Shared Prosperity
22-23 January 2018: The Ashok Hotel, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, India
4:00 p.m. Inaugural Session on 22nd January
Dear Friend,
As part of the commemorative initiatives being organised to mark the 25th anniversary of the ASEAN – India Dialogue Partnership, the Ministry of Commerce & Industry (MoCI) & Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organizing the ASEAN – India Business and Investment Meet and Expo with the theme “Promoting Mutual Trade & Investment for Shared Prosperity” from 22-23 January 2018 at The Ashok Hotel in New Delhi.
Following key dignitaries would address the event:
Monday, 22nd January (DAY – 1)
Shri Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Govt of India : Inaugural Session (4:00 – 6:00 p.m.)
Gen. (Dr.) (Retd.) V K Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs : Inaugural Session (4:00 – 6:00 p.m.)
Smt Rita Teaotia, Commerce Secretary, Ministry of Commerce & Industry : Inaugural Session (4:00 – 6:00 p.m.)
Tuesday, 23rd January (DAY-2)
Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister of Electronics & Information Technology : 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Shri C R Chaudhary, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry : 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Smt Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Minister of Food Processing Industries : 12:30 p.m. – 01:30 p.m.
Shri Arun Jaitley, Minister of Finance & Corporate Affairs : Valedictory Session (04:30 – 05:30 p.m.)
I am writing to cordially invite you at the event on 22nd and 23rd
Naresh Kumar Sagar: *Press Invite*
Minister Vijay Goel will lead hunders of social workers for a dharna against Kejriwal govt. on Bawana Fire incident.
Today 22nd Jan, 11.30AM Chandni Chowk, Gauri Shankar Mandir opposite Red Fort
Pls cover
[1/22, 09:33] Naresh Kumar Sagar: दिनांक 22-01-18, को प्रातः 10:30 am ईडीएमसी/EDMC पड़पड़गजंगंज पूर्वी दिल्ली नगर निगम (मुख्यालय ) के सभागार में LED light का उद्घाटन Dr. हर्षवर्धन जी केंद्रीय मंत्री भारत सरकार एवं श्याम जाजू जी राष्ट्रीय उपाध्यक्ष भारतीय जनता पार्टी के द्वारा किया जाएगा और आपकी उपस्थिति अनिवार्य है।—-राजेन्द्र रस्तोगी महापौर कार्यालय
Naresh Kumar Sagar: Viscera Events & Model Management
Cordially invites you
“Audition Announcement of ARCHERZ MRS. India in Noida on 2nd April 2018”
Inaugural Address By :
Tushar Dhaliwal & Archana Tomar (Organisers)
Date: 22nd January 2018
Time: 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Venue: Goldenglory Motion Pictures Pvt. Ltd. C-96, Sector-2, Noida (Near SBI Bank Sector-15, Metro Station)
Special Guests :
1. Jagriti Bahari (Mrs. India Universe Globe 2017)
2. Vivek Mishra ( Big-Boss Contestant
3. Shanker Samey (Bollywood Singer)
4. Rita Gangwani ( Personality Development Mentor)
5. Dr. Varun Katyal (skin specialist)
6. Manish Luthra ( Cmd of Goldenglory)
Thanks & Regards :
Amit Kumar
Naresh Kumar Sagar:
आपको जान कर प्रसन्ता हॉगी की लिबरल पार्टी ऑफ़ इंडिया 21 जनुअरी 2.30 pm को सॉफ्ट (वेब साइट व् लोगो } लांच हो रही है.
आप सभी लोगो को आमंत्रण दिया जाता है
हेड ऑफिस : 6 /12 सर्यपरिये विहार नियर हौज़ खास मेट्रो स्टेशन.
आपके सहयोगी
आनंद प्रसाद
सुमन मलहोत्रा
गुंजन कुमार
रमेश गुप्ता
बी.क भारत वासी
सिराज साहिल
असरार खान
Budget Expectations from Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Committee
Given the growth in the number of participants in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, trading volumes, and rupees traded, it is time that the Government makes its stand known. Even if a detailed policy framework is not possible at this stage, an indication of the Government’s mind will help in the robust growth of one of the fastest growing sectors of Fintech.
The exponential growth in cryptocurrency prices have led to several individual players making profits. While tax advisors are providing clients with their view on whether this constitutes a business income (or loss) or a capital gain (or loss), a word of clarification will help tax-payers and could also increase tax collections.
Mining of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies presents a unique “Make in India” opportunity that can boost self-employment. In addition, Government support in this area will encourage import-substitution of mining hardware.
Despite its vast population and technical capabilities, India accounts for less than 1% of global cryptocurrency activity. Forward-looking policy framework will help India strive to assume a leadership position in cryptocurrencies.

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