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Thursday, August 28, 2014

art N art Annual Art Exhibition 2014 Organised by Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation

Prembabu Sharma

Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation (NSAC) has conducted "art n art" a Group Show of Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Art & Craft which was inaugurated by Mr. Vijender Sharma (Renowned Artist) and Mr. Narender Chanchal (Bhajan Samrat) in which 45 artists from all over India participated with great ebullience and zest. As NSAC is already aiming at fostering art and dedicated to the connatural value of art. It focuses at "Connecting People" and bridging the gap between the states by assembling such events. NSAC Org. rendered artists an opportunity to launch their newly artistic creation and allow them to give way to their imagination. As said by Pablo Picasso - "Everything you imagine is real". So, Organisation's motive is to enhance the charm of society towards art by giving shape to their thoughts.

Art gives us a way to be creative and express ourselves, it is something that makes us more thoughtful and well rounded humans. Art is functional and aesthetically pleasing to our eyes.

"art n art" is a powerful rostrum which proffer artist an opportunity to furnish themselves. Art of writing, art of singing or the art to impose the feelings on canvas through brushes with the help of colours, art in any form is art said by Mr. Vijender Sharma.


"art n art" has curated by Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation in Artizen Art Gallery, Pearey Lal Bhawan, 2 Bahadur Zafar Shah Marg, New Delhi from 25 th to 31st August 2014, Timing 11am to 7pm.

On behalf of Nav Shri Art & Culture Organisation, Members of the team invite all the visitors to learn about and engage with the artworks and appreciate their artistic creation.

List of Artists Anirudh Khanna, Anita Nigam, Anju Chaudhary, Anupam Singh, Archana Jha, Arun Kamti, Aruna Gupta, Dipali Nad, Gurinder Pal Singh, Huzaifa Zafar, Inku Kumar, Jaimala, Jyoti Sharma, Kanchan Gupta, Kevin Massey, Manya Gadhok, Meeta Rampal, Meetu Juneja, Dr.Megha Arora, Mohit Manocha, Namrta Singh, Naveen Verma, Neelesh Ganesh, Nidhi Agarwal, Nitiksha Dawar, Pallavi Kaushik, Pradeep Kumar, Punam Walia, Rachna Verma, Radhika Aggarwak, Radhika Mittal, Rashmi Surana, Ravinder Kumar, Sanjana Sharma, Sapna Meena, Satyavrata Sharma, Shilpi Chauhan, Sonia Kaur is Princess, Surbhi Khaitan, Umesh Kumar, Vaishali Rastogi, Vijender Sharma, Yatinder Moria, Yogesh Sehgal

PATEL CHAIRS AIFF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING IN MUMBAI


The President of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Mr. Praful Patel Chaired All India Football Federation’s Executive Committee Meeting in Mumbai on August 28, 2014.

Besides, AIFF General Secretary Mr. Kushal Das, Senior Vice-President Mr. Subrata Dutta, Treasurer Mr. Hardev Jadeja, Vice-Presidents Mr. K.M.I. Mather, Mr. Larsing Ming and all other Members except Vice-Presidents Mr. Shrinivas V. Dempo and Mr. Subhash Chopra; Ms. Sara Pilot and Commodore Pushpendra Kumar Garg, attended the Meeting.

The Executive Committee welcomed Kalyani Group as the new Member in the forthcoming edition in the I-League and wished them success. “I believe they will bring in more professionalism in the League. Let’s not forget the manner Bengaluru FC came as a breath of fresh air in the I-League last season. The value of the I-League can be gauged from the interest it has generated among top Corporates of India, that too for two years in succession,” Mr. Patel said.

The Committee endorsed Mr. Patel’s decision and discussed at length India’s preparations for the 2017 U-17 FIFA World Cup. It was agreed the Coach of the Indian National Team for the 2017 U-17 FIFA World Cup will be signing a Contract soon for him to have a look and scout probable Indian Players for the World Cup from the final phase of the Coca Cola Cup which is to be held in November-December 2014.

The venue/dates for various upcoming Domestic Tournaments which were finalised in the Meeting stay as follows:

i. Federation Cup to be held in Goa from December 28 to January 10, 2015.
ii. Senior Women’s National Championship to be held in Orissa.
iii. Final Round of the Santosh Trophy to be held in Uttarakhand.

Furthermore, as proposed by Mr. AR Khaleel, the Committee decided to name the Winners Trophy of the proposed U-15 League as Mir Iqbal Hussain Trophy.

Meanwhile, the Committee confirmed the minutes of the last AIFF Executive Committee Meeting which was held on May 14, 2014 at Football House.

Articles on Ramayan invited for Dwarka Ramlila souvenir 2014


Jai Shri Ram. We are glad to share with you that like last year our Ramlila committee is launching another Souvenir for the year 2014 during upcoming Ramlila itself. We are trying to make this souvenir more meaningful, the Message from Hon'ble President of India & P.M. of India will be published along with some other VVIPs' message in the editorial of the Souvenir. So, you may also send your good wishes messages, useful article on Ramayana, painting or any useful article on Sub-city for public interest etc. at ramliladwarka@gmail.com or personally submit it at Gokul Garden, Sector-7, Dwarka, New Delhi. The last date is 31st August,2014. 


With regards.


Rajiv Solanki(Gen.Secy.)
S.S. Dogra (Media Advisor & Souvenir Head)

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

SOM BENEGAL JOURNALIST, AUTHOR n POET , FATHER OF FILM MAKER DEV BENEGAL IS DEAD


Som Benegal, journalist, Author and poet passed away peacefully at the age of 92. He was a well known theater director in the 1950-60's and News Editor in All India Radio in the 1940’s.

A multi media specialist in the fields of Radio, Television, Exhibitions Design, and journals since 1942 he was passionate about the independence of media and served as the Secretary General of NAMEDIA.

He was known publicly for his witty one line Letters to the Editor published in major Indian newspapers and was known for his writings: "And the Old Lama Said". He also translated the Upanishads to English. His several written books include Freedom is starting point, A Panarama of Theatre in India, Theatre in India.

Till his recent retirement in 2011 at age 89, he was director at Tej Press and was writing for national newspapers and magazines. He is survived by his wife of 83 years Suman Benegal, two sons Rahul Benegal and the filmmaker Dev Benegal.

लवली जोशी करेंगी आइटम नंबर


प्रेमबाबू शर्मा 

हरियाणवी फिल्मों में रिकार्ड बना चुकी लवली जोशी ने अब हिन्दी सिनेमा में दस्तक दे दी है। उनकी फिल्म ‘डियर वर्सेज बियर’ रीलिज के लिए तैयार है, वहीं एक अन्य फिल्म में आइटम नंबर का तड़का लगाने जा रही हैं। 

बॉलीवुड फिल्मों में आज के दौर में इंडस्ट्री की नामचीन अभिनेत्रियां कैटरीना कैफ, प्रियंका चोपड़ा, करीना कपूर और सोनाक्षी सिन्हा जहां आइटम नंबर करने से गुरेज नहीं रखती हैं वहीं अब लवली भी शामिल होने जा रही हैं। चर्चा है कि लवली फिल्म ‘डियर वर्सेज बियर’ में आइटम नंबर करती नजर आयेंगी। इस गाने में लवली, उतर के साथ नजर आयेंगी। 

उल्लेखनीय है कि उतर कुमार को हरियाणवी फिल्मों का सफल निर्माता के अलावा कामयाब अभिनेता माना जाता है, धाकड छोरा, घमासान, घडतल, लाट साहब,निकम्मा.... सहित तीस से ऊपर हिट फिल्मों में काम कर चुके है दिल्ली,उतराखंड,हरियाणा और पश्चिमी उतर प्रदेश में उनकी खासी लोकप्रियता है। फिल्म के निर्माता संजीव देवगण व उतर कुमार है और निर्देशक नरेष कटारिया । इस फिल्म में कई विदेशी कलाकारों की भी अहम भूमिकायें है। यह फिल्म 26 सितम्बर को प्रदर्शित होगी।

Legacy Of Past Governments - A Water Starved Delhi


Delhi, the capital city is reeling under a water crisis, and the water woes start increasing as the summer months start approaching. The ever increasing population, concretization of all the green areas, massive deforestation, disappearance of traditional water harvesting structures and transformation of Yamuna into a sewer along with gross mismanagement of water resources by DJB has attributed to the present water crisis which has all the signs of mushrooming into a problem of mammoth proportions in the near future.

Considering the per capita requirement of 60 gallons per day, the total requirement of potable water of Delhi in 2013-2014 was 1039 MGD against which DJB produced 833 MGD of which 78.5 MGD was sourced from ranney wells and tube wells, the shortage being of 206 MGD i.e 19.8% of the total requirement.

According to the MOU signed between five basin states in May 1994, water allocation of Yamuna surface water to Delhi is .724 BCM (billion cubic meters) per year which has not been augmented for the past two decades, while the population in the same period has nearly doubled, putting pressure on the resource. In order to utilize the flow of untapped water in the monsoon season, MOU’s were signed in Nov 1994 by the basin states to build 2 dams up the river Renuka (275 MGD) in Himachal Pradesh and Kishau (372 MGD) in Uttarkhand. The GNCTD had released an amount of 214 crore in October 2008 for construction of Renuka dam to Himachal Pradesh govt for exclusive use of Delhi. The project was to be completed by November 2014, but till date the project is awaiting Forest Clearance which was denied by UPA-2 Govt. 

The dispute regarding the ownership of the expected savings of 80 MGD of raw water between the Delhi and Haryana Governments over Munak Canal (which is nearly complete) is still unresolved.

This clearly indicates that there is not even an iota of hope that the supply of water for Delhi can be augmented through these projects in the near future while the population would be increasing at a rate of 1.92%.

Recently DDA has come out with a Draft Master Plan Delhi-2021, wherein it has envisioned a requirement of 1800 MGD for 23 million people in the year 2021. However, the water augmentation schedule proposed by DJB for the Draft Master Plan Delhi-2021 explicitly mentions that the capacity can be increased only to a maximum of 919 MGD from all possible sources, thus a deficit of 881 MGD. This increase in treated water supply can only be stretched to 919MGD, provided the WTP’s situated at Dwarka, Bawana and Okhla receive raw water from Munak canal, and for this the dispute between Delhi and Haryana Governments has to be resolved. 

The DJB is equally responsible for the water woes of Delhi. Delhi Jal Board’s dilapidated pipeline system and sub-standard management of water distribution has resulted in the mess a common Delhite finds himself in. It is a travesty that, the amount of water which can not be billed on account of transmission and distribution losses, illegal connections, water theft, metering inaccuracies etc is approx 60%. The loss of this non revenue attributed to a loss of 1389 crores in the year 2011-2012. The DJB has not come up with a visible concrete strategy to reduce the amount of this non revenue water which should be below 20 %( according to the handbook on Service Level Benchmarking). The prevalent shortage of water can be effectively countered by reducing the transmission and distribution losses which are alarmingly high. Due to the ineffective pipeline system of DJB, 24.8% households were not receiving piped treated water. The CAG report of 2013 states emphatically that these households were provided water through tankers, which was only 3.82 litres a day than the prescribed norm of 172 litres a day. The need of the hour is to lay out distribution lines at war footing.

The pumping of water into UGR’s and distribution lines is managed by 9 E&M divisions of DJB while the distribution lines are maintained by 22 civil divisions. Due to irrational assignment of jurisdictional areas to the divisions, the amount of water supplied to each division is not measurable. The DJB has neither a proper measurement system to measure the amount of water supplied to various areas nor reliable data about the population in different areas to regulate the supply of water equitably. This hap hazard allocation of jurisdictional areas to the divisions is the reason that the amount of water supplied to each division is not on account of the population residing in that particular area.

Proper distribution of jurisdictional areas to the divisions will aid in making individual Division accountable for water received, distributed, distribution losses etc. More over DJB lacks an effective management system that can indicate the real time information on the requirement, production and distribution of potable water etc at any given time. Such a management system can facilitate the DJB in providing potable water in proportion to the requirement of the area. Unless and until such management deficiencies are sorted out Delhi will continue to bear the brunt of erratic water supply.

Given the ever increasing demand of water for agriculture purposes in the basin states, it is prudent that Delhi Govt coin a long-term vision plan regarding revival of approximately 600 water bodies which are lying in various stages of neglect. The revival and integration of these water bodies in the water supply infrastructure will go a long way in recharging the ground water in the adjoining areas.

A futuristic vision detailing the broad contours of an aggressive Rain Water Harvesting Plan needs to be conceptualized and implemented strictly at the earliest by the government. Delhi receives 611 mm of rain per year and with a total land area of 1,486 sq km, has a water harvesting potential of 450 billion litres annually. If such a plan is implemented in all it’s earnest we can fulfill 35% of the water demand of Delhi through this endeavor alone.

It is high time the Govt recognizes this scarcity of water as a clear and present danger to our society and come up with a detailed action plan, not a “chalta hai” plan which we, “Delhi wallas” have always been subjected to lest Delhi would be a battleground in the near future and the prize would be a pale of water.

Citizen's reporter
Ramandeep Singh Mann

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Importance of Motivation to lead a successful life

Geeta

Motivation is the characteristic that helps you achieve your goal. It is the drive that pushes you to work hard and reach whatever it is that you are after. It is the energy that gives you the strength to get up and keep going - even when things are not going your way.

Motivation can be intrinsic or extrinsic (internal and external) - With extrinsic motivation, you are motivated by rewards from an external source - you will be inspired by the recognition that you will get from external sources. Intrinsic motivation is something internal - you are motivated to reach your goal for your own internal benefits - Example - reading a book so that you can get the grade you are after versus reading a book so that you can learn something.

Intrinsic motivation is better than extrinsic motivation. But for many finding intrinsic motivation is not easy - it has to come from inside out. But once you get it, intrinsic motivation is much more powerful than the extrinsic.


Positive Motivation is where the focus is on what you want to achieve. You know where you're going. It is the result of positive thinking and will cause a sustained progress towards your goal. Holding the image of your goal in your thoughts will attract the inspiration needed to get you there. Its effect is strong and consistent and the results achieved are prolonged and steady.

Negative Motivation can best be described as wanting to get away from an existing condition. A good example is someone that has grown up in poverty and will do anything to not fall into it again. This is a strong motivation and can be an effective "Kick Start" but the results it achieves are markedly different from those of Positive Motivation. The effect can often be likened to a roller coaster ride. A classic example is the countless millionaires who make their fortunes and lose them time and time again. This type of motivation lacks the sustained results that come from Positive Motivation.

Self-motivation is a continuing process and the only way we become better and stronger is to create a few mistakes along the way and also face a few setbacks. In essence, you must take a specific sum of risk because it is the fantastic occasions and the bad that forces us to a better person.

The thing with us Personal Development types is, we're always talking about creating our best life.
We know that success is represented by different things for different people, but society teaches us that success is typically about money, position, attractiveness, power and influence There is are actually three effective ways on how you can easily motivate yourself and get things done easily.

First thing to remember, it is important to stay focused. Keep focused not on your things that you are facing with, but focus on the reward of that task once it has already been completed. Now, wouldn't that be much better if we know there is something waiting for us after completing that task? That is a pretty good motivation to think of. Keep your attention on your work and on your work alone - through this it will further help you to motivate yourself in completing the work rather than saving it for later.

Secondly, make sure that it is clear to you why you wanted to finish those things done. Preserve a clear vision of what you want. Visualize your wanted output and keep that in mind not until you are not yet done with the work. It is important that you are clear with the reason and you will simply get the motivation that you need.

And lastly, establish a daily habit in completing the things that needs to be done. Do the important tasks during a particular time every day. Make sure that you would only do important tasks during that time that you have set. Discipline yourself to follow to your own schedule, as motivation itself would always come with self-discipline below are great self motivation tips that are sure to help you become more active and productive every day.

Tips for Motivation
· Know what you want to do and what you want to achieve, be it a long-term or a short-term goal. Make sure they are achievable. Write them down and post it on your wall where you can see it every morning. Make it a habit to read them out loud. Visualize them and share them with your friends.
· Get yourself an accountability partner / coach.
· Share your dreams, plans and goals with your coach, create a realistic action plan and then get busy.
· Create a to-do list and do the stuff you've been avoiding, first.
· Consciously avoid making excuses.
When you feel an excuse climbing up onto your tongue... give yourself an uppercut.
· Have something to look forward to when you wake up each morning. Think of the happy and good things that are going to happen on that day. Doing this will surely set your mood and mindset for the rest of the day.
· Discover the best way to motivate yourself. Different people have different personalities and preferences. You just have to experiment and find out what gets you into action. You can get out and breathe some fresh air. You can play your favourite music as you do your early morning routine. You can think of a person that inspires you the most or probably a movie you have seen.
· Think less, do more.
Thinking and planning is great... but we should not over-think.
· Before going to bed, think of the great things that happened during the day. Never ponder on bad things as these will only keep you awake the whole night. Good sleep leads to good outlook the following morning. It will also keep you from waking up in a bad mood.
· Stop looking for easy and start doing effective.
· Visualize the result once the job is done. Just imagine the wonderful feeling you will have once your goals are achieved. Push yourself harder and focus on the positive results of what you are trying to reach. Nothing can beat the feeling of pride, satisfaction, and relief

Remember... if nothing changes (attitudes, decisions, behaviours), nothing changes (reality).

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