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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Ranking of Dwarka Schools by Dwarkaites


Dear parents share your experience for mutual benefit of members. You can rank schools with the experience of your ward ( already in school) about behaviour of staff/ teachers, school features etc. Please post in comments of this message ( you can also response to the members queries/ comments to these post). All will be compiled and circulated for reference. 

Please refer listing of Dwarka schools.

Like & share schools events @exclusive FB school page 

Join discussion about Dwarka Schools @link.

Thanks for your support & cooperation.
Dwarka Parichay Team

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

B.P.A. Celebrating Louis Braille 200th B'Anniversary

Blind Persons Association with Society for Creatives(Regd.) celebrating The 200th Birth Anniversary of Louis Braille on Sunday,the 4th January,2009 at Dwarka Health Club, Sector-7, Dwarka, Delhi. The celebration will start from 10.30 A.M. onwards. According to Mr.Anil Verma-President & Mr.S.S.DOGRA-Patron-Blind Persons Association, Dwarka, different sports events-races, discuss throw, shot put, Kavi Sammelan, Cultural programme- vandana, welcome song, gazals will be the main attraction of the celebration. Mrs. Suman KrishanKant (wife of Late Sh.Krishan Kant-Vice President of India)-Chairperson-Mahila Dakshita Samiti has given the consent as Chief Guest of the occasion. Dr.Kirti Kale, Col. I.K.Bedi, Mr.Mukul Sharma will be the guest of honours of the celebration. In the end, the annual report of the organization will be presented. Souvenir will be released.

Tribute to LOUIS BRAILLE 200th Birthday Anniversary

Louis Braille was also blind, but he didn’t loose hope and made a history in the world. The history of his life is as follows-
He was born on January4, 1809. He became blind by an accident, when he was 3 yrs. Old deep in his Dad’s harness workshop, he tried to be like his Dad, but it went wrong. He grabbed an awl, a sharp tool for making holes, but unfortunately, the tool slipped & hurt his eyes. The wound was so infected that the infection spread into the other eye also & thus he became totally blind in both the eyes. In 1837, he added symbols for math & music. He began to spread worldwide in 1868. That’s all about his history.
His book has double sided pages. Physically challenged can communicate independently, without needing print. He proved that if you have the motivation, you can do incredible things. Braille is just another way to just read & write English. Braille codes are based on six dotes that fit under the fingertips. Many organizations, schools, agencies & individuals plan to celebrate his birth or rather honour him on his birthday.
He is an extraordinary personality who died in 1852. Although he was blind but he became famous on his own feet.

Sakshi, Class-IX
Mira Model School
Janakpuri, New Delhi-110058

Monday, December 29, 2008

Goonj's Collection Camp-On 4th January’09 (SUNDAY)

GOONJ.. a voice, an effort

Collection Camp-On 4th Jan’09 (SUNDAY)
Venue- Infront of Empire Medicos, Sector-6, Central Market, Dwarka
Time: 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Camp Volunteer- Mr. Arvind Agrawal Tel.- 9899974319

Countless are suffering in cold everyday…
while your cupboards are full of woolens, shawls & blankets
Winters are also an annual disaster for millions without proper clothes…

Join GOONJ’s RAHAT WINTERS campaign
About GOONJ : GOONJ is making clothing a matter of concern as a basic need of the poor. Started ten years ago with 67 clothes, today GOONJ channelises over 20,000 kgs of material every month to 21 states of India. This year the demand for woolens has increased manyfold given GOONJ’s work in Bihar & Orissa’s flood hit regions.

Please contribute: Wearable old/new woolens, blankets, shawls, clothes (all age groups), bed sheets, curtains, utensils, footwear, medicines, old magazines & newspapers and school material like uniform, stationery etc.

Also monetary donations: to take care of sorting, packing, transportation & distribution.

• Winner of the ‘Indian NGO of the Year’ award,
• GOONJ.. is registered under societies act & FCRA. All donations are exempted u/s 80 G of IT act.

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Happy New Year 2009

Dwarka Parichay Team wishes U ALL
MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR


On the onset of New Year 2009 let us welcome the Year with warm love, affection and cooperation from each other. The New Year which is fresh & new, let’s cherish each moment it beholds: let’s celebrate this wishful New Year 2009. The New Year 2009 has taken a possession of the clock of time, all hail the duties and responsibilities of the coming twelve months.

Jain Samaj Dwarka sending you the warmest of wishes and heartiest greetings. May each day of the coming year be vibrant and new beginning for you and your family for new celebrations.

HAPPY NEW YEAR to Dwarka Parichay Team.
With best wishes & regards
Dr. M.C. Jain - 9810548428
SECRETARY, Jain Samaj Dwarka ( Regd. No. 51570)


Happy New Year to all members and their families Wishing for all round progress and fulfillment of dreams in the New Year. In the New Year, I resolve that apart from pursuing personal agenda, I shall try to fight terrorism and corruption.
M. K. Gupta

FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP


RWA DDA pocket-1, Sector-14, Dwarka, in association with BHAGAT HOSPITAL organised FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP where around 100 people came and throughly checked up by Dr. C. M. Bhagat, Dr. S Kumar and Dr. Navneet. This is fouth edition of Health care cum Heart prevention seminar organised by Bhagat Hospital and promoted by www.DwarkaParichay.com. Mr. Sushil Kumar & Mr. Bisht, President RWA also admired Dr. C.M. Bhagat's team who devoted sincere efforts for this noble cause.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Dear President/General Secretary, If you are interested to organize such seminar in your society/ apartment, then please feel free to contact:
AJAY KAUSHIK - Campaign Co-Ordinator -M: 9953567759

Friday, December 26, 2008

Kamal Model School celebrated Annual Function


Kamal Model Senior Secondary School, Mohan Garden celebrated it Prize distribution cum-Annual Function. According to Sh.V.P.Tandon-Chairman of the school, Mr.Mukesh Sharma-M.L.A. as Chief Guest and Padam Shri Mahabali Satpal-Addl.Director of Education(Sports) & President, School Games Federation of India as Special Guest of honour graced the occasion. Mrs.Daljeet Kaur-DDE (West B) presided over the function. The students presented a colourful cultural programme & an extraordinary musical ballet-“Tiranga Sakshi Hai” based on patriotism & bravery were the major attraction of the function. Mr.O.P.Tandon-Founder Chairman-Kamal Group of Schools , Mrs.Kamal Rani Tandon-Founder Principal-Chairperson, Mr.R.K.Tandon, Peer Baba Hasan Ali, Mrs.Neelam Gulati-Education Officer, Mr.Sushil Kumar (Olympian Wrestler-Bronze Medalist), Child artist-Rachit Sidana were also present on this occasion. Mrs.Vandana-Principal of the school presented the Annual Report containing the achievements of the school. Thousands of parents attended the colourful evening and appreciated the efforts of Kamal Model School, Management, staff and its students.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

GRANDPARENTS DAY CELEBRATED AT ADARSH WORLD SCHOOL

Adarsh World School celebrated Christmas with the parents & grandparents of the students of the school on Christmas eve, 24th December 2008. The Chief Guest on the occasion Mr Mukesh Sharma, M.L.A. Uttam Nagar, spoke highly of the achievements made by the school since its inception in March 2008. The students showcased a variety of colourful programmes which touched the hearts of one and all present. The school had also organised a few games for the grandparents.
The school administrator, Ms Neeta Sardana wished all present, Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year ahead.
Note: Schools can send their event details with photographs for publishing at this popular BLOG and in The Creatives World newspaper. ( E-mail: schools@dwarkaparichay.com )

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi elected AIIF President

S.S.DOGRA

23rd Dec 2008: Annual General Body Meeting of the All India Football Federation was held at AIFF Football House , New Delhi on Tuesday।
The meeting began with a silent prayer for the speedy recovery of AIFF President PR Dasmunsi. Members then paid homage to following Former International Players & official who passed away during the year :
BNG Neogi –Hony Secy Chhattisgarh Football Association
Peter Thangraj –Former Olympian .
Kempaiah –Former Olympian
Ashok Lal Banerjee- Former International Player
Nirmal Sengupta –Former International.

The Returning Officer,Mr Harish Sharma then announced the unanimous election of following office bearers for the AIFF Executive Committee :
Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi - President
Praful M Patel (WIFA) - Vice President (West )
AR Khaleel (Karnataka) - Vice President (South)
Subarata Dutta (IFA) - Vice President (East)
Venod Sharma (Chandigarh) - Vice President (North)
Ankur Dutta (Assam) - Vice President (North Nast )
Hardev Jadeja (Gujarat) - Treasurer
Joaquim Alemao – Goa - Member Executive Committee
KMI Mather (Kerala) - Member Executive Committee
CR Vissawanathan (Tamilnadu) – Member Executive Committee
Tempo Bhutia (Sikkim) - Member Executive Committee
Inder Singh (Punjab) - Member Executive Committee
Sunil Bhardwaj (Haryana) - Member Executive Committee
MA Alam (Orissa) - Member Executive Committee
L Ranjith Roy (Manipur) - Member Executive Committee
Larsing M Sawyan (Meghalaya) - Member Executive Committee`
AR Dev (Madhya Pradesh) - Member Executive Committee
Rakesh Yadav (Railways ) - Nominated as Member for the Executive Committee.

The AGM also unanimously adopted a resolution for Mr Praful M Patel ,Vice President , to assume ,function and discharge duties of the President AIFF under its constitution as " President in charge "of AIFF until the next AGM of the AIFF or until the elected President Hon PR Dasmunsi , resumes (assumes ) his duties as President ,whichever is earlier.

Indian captain Baichung Bhutia was declared the Player of the year.

Monday, December 22, 2008

B.P.A. Celebrating Louis Braille 200th B'Anniversary

The 200th Birth Anniversary of Louis Braille will be celebrated on Sunday,the 4th January, 2009 at Dwarka Health Club, Sector-7, Dwarka, Delhi. The celebration will start from 10.30 A.M. onwards. According to Mr.Anil Verma-President & Mr.S.S.DOGRA-Patron-Blind Persons Association, Dwarka, different sports events-races, discuss throw, shot put, Kavi Sammelan, Cultural programme- vandana, welcome song, gazals will be the main attraction of the celebration. In the end, the annual report of the organization will be presented. Souvenir will be released.

Ranking of Dwarka Schools

I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know no way of judging of the future but by the past. - Edward Gibbon
Dear parents share your experience for mutual benefit of members. You can rank schools with the experience of your ward ( already in school) about behaviour of staff/ teachers, school features etc. Please post in comments of message, all will be compiled and circulated in DF for reference.

Please refer listing of Dwarka schools :
http://www.dwarkaparichay.com/schools.htm

Thanks for your support & cooperation.
Dwarka Parichay Team

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Dwarka Forum handed over Memorandum to MLA

21st Dec.,2008. The Dwarka Forum Delegation led by Rejimon CK, Sushil Kumar, Sunil Sareen, M K Gupta, Mahesh Tak, Rajeev Solanki, Rama, AP Menon, Biju Nair, Nandi, Sanjay Mishra and S S Dogra handed over a memorandum to Somesh Shokeen (newly elected MLA of Matiala Constituency).


Dwarka Forum is a platform to solve the Civic Problems of the Residents of Dwarka Sub-city and works as a Networking Platform for 1750-strong RWA / CGHS Representatives as well as eminent residents of Dwarka Sub-city. The mission behind the Forum is to make Dwarka an Ideal Township, to fight for common cause & seek solutions of day-to-day civic problems of Dwarkaites by raising awareness among the Residents & by taking up issues with relevant authorities.
Keeping in view for better Dwarka, Dwarka Forum draw the attention of the MLA through their request submitted personally with following points.

1. Acute water scarcity in Dwarka in terms of availability & unequal distribution
2. Frequent electricity breakdowns. Poor street lighting
3. Non-existent public transportation between different sectors
4. DTC's poor & infrequent connectivity to West, Central, South Delhi & Gurgaon.
5. Deteriorating Law & Order in Dwarka- Need Police posts in every sector with enough police personnel
6. Poor traffic management. Need traffic lights at more intersections & more traffic policeman.
7. Public Hospitals –Delay in multi-specialty Hospital. No General referral Hospital in Dwarka
8. Authorised Vegetable / Fruit markets in different sectors
9. Regular sweeping of all roads / footpaths. Mechanized Night Sweeping for main roads
10. Proper Parking facility including multi-level near commercial markets
11. Recently, Dwarka Court & DCP-SW offices have become functional in Dwarka. For the convenience of Dwarka residents, offices of South West zone / division of DDA, MCD, RCS, RTO, etc. should be shifted to central Dwarka
12. More Public Convenience outlets should be opened throughout Dwarka sectors
13. Permanent disposal for Construction/Repair Malba in all sectors.
14. Public Library
15. Recreational facilities like Cinema halls / Multiplex. More sports complexes.
16. Multiple Community centres in different sectors
17. Development of Dwarka Delhi Haat and Cofee Home
18. Completion of Bharat Vandana Park
19. Currently, Dwarka citizens & nearby areas are required to vote for 3 MLA's & 2 MP's. Dwarka constituency should be unified & should represent genuine Dwarka citizens.
20. There are Encroachment on Public Land in Dwarka.
21. To maintain unique character of Dwarka Sub City & address its unique problems, Dwarka Municipal Corporation or Dwarka Development Council should be created on the lines of NDMC & DCB.

The Dwarka Forum had sent copy of the memorandum to Shri. J P Aggarwal, President of Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee, Smt. Shiela Dixit, Chief Minister Dr. A K Walia, Smt. Kiran Walia,Mr.M R Singhal,Shri. Raj Kumar Chauhan. Shri. Haroon Yusuf , Shri. Arvind also.

Mr. Shokeen assured that he would try to look into the requests of Dwakites. He even accepted that he is very well aware of the problems of his area. He promised to solve all these problems in near future with best possible support of Chief Minister and Delhi Government.

B.R. Memorial Roller Skating Championship 2008

The 5th B.R. Memorial Roller Skating Championship was held at Adarsh Public School, Vikas Puri on 19th – 20th December 2008. Almost 1000 skaters from leading schools like Ramjas Anand Parbat, I.T.L. Dwarka, J.D. Tytler School Rajinder Nagar, Mont Fort Ashok Vihar, Hansraj Punjabi Bagh, Sachdeva Public Rohini, K.R. Mangalam Vikas Puri, Oxford & St Cecilia Vikas Puri, apart from the 4 branches of the host school, participated in the tournament. The categories in the age groups of 4 to 14 year olds competed in the adjustable, quads & inline races, apart from a Roller Hockey Competition.
The Chief Guest on the Opening Ceremony were Zee T.V. News reader Ms. Mimansa Malik & Former Asian Marathon Champion Ms. Sunita Godara. They witnessed the march past of the performing schools & clubs apart from a colourful drill display by the students of Adarsh Public School.
The two day event concluded with the Prize Distribution Ceremony where almost 250 skaters got a medal each. Sachdeva Public School, Rohini emerged as the leader according to the points tally and was awarded with the Rolling Trophy by the Chief Guest Mr S. Harmilapi, Director Sports Authority of India and Mr Y.P. Behl, Chief Manager, Bank of India Vikas Puri Branch. The event co-ordinator, Mr Prashant thanked the officials & staff of the school for the wonderful conduct of the event.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

FREE Health check up camp in Dwarka on 28 th December 2008




Resident Welfare Association, Dwarka
in association with

BHAGAT HOSPITAL
organising

FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP(Heart Check up, BP, ENT, Skin etc.)

Date: On Sunday 28th Dec.,08
Time: 10.30 AM TO 12.30 PM

VenueDDA Flats, Sector-14, Pocket-1, Dwarka

For registration contact:
Mr.Sushil - 9350829327
AJAY KAUSHIK - 9953567759
BHAGAT HOSPITAL - ANNEVA , JANAKPURI

Media Partners
Internet: http://www.dwarkaparichay.com/


Friday, December 19, 2008

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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Blood Donation Camp in Dwarka by Lions Club

Lions Club Delhi Dwarka Organizing Blood Donation Camp in Dwarka

Venue: Opp. Puffs and Cakes, Sector–6; Central Market, Dwarka
Date : December 25, 2008 (Thursday)
Time: 11 AM to 8 PM

Please actively participate in the Camp.
For Further details, please contact :

Lions Club Delhi Dwarka
Lion Vinay Raj, Project Chairman Mob. 98186 00306
Lion Deepak Gahlot, Secretary; Mob. 98106 10608
Lion Manoj Jain, Treasurer, Mob. 93127 55733
Lion P R Reddy, President; Mob: 98107 09188
Lion Anand Dua; Charter President; Mob. 98100 38499

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

14th Annual Sports Gala held in Dwarka Sports Complex

S.S.DOGRA

17th Dec.,08. The 14th Annual Sports Gala concluded at Dwarka Sports Complex. During two weeks long events like Inter School basketball championship, Tennis, Squash, Table Tennis and Snooker etc, were played. Hundreds of athletes took part in it. According to Col. I.K. Bedi-Secretary & Mr.Vijay Kumar Verma-Manager of the complex, Vikas won the Man’s single title defeating Sthane Stephens, in woman section, Anju Rawat beat Pratima Menon in double’s final match Vikas & Arvind defeated Sthane Stephens & Amit in Table Tennis game. In Squash, Rudrakash beat Hemant, while Sachin Verma defeated Ravinder in Single and pair of Atul & Anil beat Ravinder & Mohinder in Double’s Lawn Tennis game. Rajiv Solanki won the Snooker title by defeating Vikas in the final. Sixteen teams from different school participated in the Inter school Basketball championship and this event was won by Jindal Public School defeating Indra Ideal School. On the occasion of the prize distribution ceremony, Chief Guest, Arjun Awardee Sh. Mohinder Lal-( Pistol shooter who represented India during Los Angles Olympic 1984) gave away trophies to all the winners and runners up players.

Monday, December 15, 2008

3rd Dwarka Mini Marathon on 21st December 2008

The much sought after event in Dwarka is happening once again for the 3rd year in succession. This event had to be postponed due to Delhi Elections and is now being held on Sunday the 21st December.

SHC India has been organizing this programme for the last 3 years. There is no registration fee for participating in this programme.

The objective is to stress for life style changes in Delhi’s progressive communities particularly in Dwarka. The event is also aimed at creating awareness about a bleeding disorder called Hemophilia which affects over 1 lakh people in India and majority of them being children.

The programme is as follows:
Mini Marathon: December 21 (SUNDAY)
Races for everyone. Daada, daadi, naana, naani, mummy, papa, beta, beti & with fun for everyone

Venue: Dusshera Ground, (adjacent to Dwarka Sports Complex, Sector-11)

Technical Partners: Dr. Rakesh Gupta & his team from Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education
Health Partner: Columbia Asia Hospital

Timing: 9.30am
Registration: Free
1. SHC India office
2. Sector 6 market (near Empire Medicos)

People can walk, jog or run and cross the finishing line and still win. There are first, second and third prizes in each category. Each category has 7 Consolation Prizes as well. There is a Best School participation Trophy as well. Skating Race is also happening.

Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder affecting about 1 lakh families in India. Due to lack of awareness and diagnostic facilities only 10% of such children have been diagnosed as of now. Prohibitively expensive treatment is the biggest deterrent in hemophilia treatment leading to disabilities and other social problems. SHC India is advocates for affordable treatment support to such people.

Society for Hemophilia Care (SHC India) - a registered all India Voluntary Organisation is working for such deprived people. It operates in the States of J & K, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, U.P., Bihar, Karnataka and Kerala.

For further details please feel free to call SHC India office at 2804 2121 & 2804 2122.

Media Partner for the event is Dwarka City.
Internet Media Partner - www.dwarkaparichay.com
The partners are Columbia Asia Hospital, Thyme Advertising and Baxter India.

Vijay Kaul, Executive Director
SHC India, Mobile No. 9810173448
Website: www.shcindia.org

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Dwarka Forum organized Peace March



See Video of Candle March :
Video1
Video2
14th December, 2008. Sunday evening the main road of the sub-city was echoed Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Vande Matram, with patriotic emotions because around two hundred residents alongwith their children from every walk of life gathered and joined the peace march against terrorism.

On the demand of Dwarka Forum prominent social activists of sub city such as Mr.Rejimon C.K., Advocate Ashok Chetanaya, Mr. M.K.Gupta, Mr.Sunil Sareen, Mr.Anil Nayal, Mr.Mahesh Tak, Mr.V.S.Bisht, Mr.Sushil Kumar, Mr.Ashwani, Mr.Arvind Aggrawal, Mr.Pravesh Mahajan, Dr.D.C.Upadhaya, Mr.Rajiv Solanki, Ms.Sapna Sinha, Advocate Vishal Sinha, Mr.Sanjay Mishra, Mr.S.S.Dogra were also joined the said march. All of them carried the Candles sticks, POSTERS/Banners and even National Flag. This march started from Sector 6 Market and proceeded to Sector 5 Market and came back.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Your dream car is just a call away

The latest recess in excise duty of the small cars from 24% to 16% besides occupancy of substantial share of 70% out of the annual production of 1 million cars in India to be a boon for the India car industry. The market for small cars now occupies a Maruti Udyog, with its legendary Maruti -800 is the leader in the small car market. A number of manufacturing plants are coming up for advancements in the field of small cars. On this issue Mr. Sanjay & Mr. Deepak – Chopra Motors-cars dealers talking to http://www.dwarkaparichay.com/ share very useful tips before buying new or used cars. Excerpts:



What is your experience with this industry?
Ans.
We are dealing in used old and new cars for more than ten years..

Who are your regular customers?
Ans.Actually, a person who gets fade up or getting bore with his/her car after using his/her car for than 2 or 3 years come to us to buy cars of higher model. Maruti 800 owner wants to replace his car to Honda city etc.

What is the procedure to transfer the R.C.
Ans. R.C., Insurance Policy (Cover Note) & pollution Certificate are must to get the vehicle transfer in your name.

What are the important factors before buying used cars?
Ans.At the time of buying used car, purchaser should take proper precaution such as avoid accidental, theft case, challan, vehicles etc . The engine should be in good conditions, alignment. proper documentation

What is the minimum budget to buy used car?
Ans.
The range starts from Rs.50,000/- and a good condition Maruti 800 used car may cost you around 1 lakh rupees only.

Fuel factors?
Ans.CNG-vehicle are cheaper to run if comparing to patrol vehicles.
The cost of installing CNG kit in your car ranging from Rs. 35,000/- (cylinder 10 Kg.). The millage cost Rs.1 to 1.25/-.k.m.

What is your success mantra?
Ans.
We believe in long lasting relationship and deal with good conditioned cars for our customer, we think this is success mantra. That's we have earned the trust of thousands of satisfied customers and doing a fair business. We have car finance facility with HDFC Bank.
If you are also planning to buy a car then you need not worry because Your dream car is just a call away.

Contact for more tips:Sanjay-9810435686
Deepak-9810122865

Friday, December 12, 2008

DWARKA RESIDENTS MARCH AGAINST TRERRORISM

HUMAN CHAIN IN DWARKA
Sunday , 14th Dec 2008 at 1700 Hrs. (5PM)

VENUE:
SECTOR 6 MARKET, DWARKA TO SECTOR 5 MARKET DWARKA.

All requested carry few Candles sticks.
Groups may carry POSTERS/Banners
All requested to wear WHITE T-shirts or Dress.
All requested to get National Flag ( NO PARTY FLAGS/ NO PARTY SYMBOL).

All are requested to give wide publicity by SMS/Notice boards.

SMS text: Pls join along with your family with Dwarka Residents.
HUMAN CHAIN against Terror and CANDLE LIGHT MARCH
On Sunday 14th Dec at 5 PM, Sector 6 Market to Sector 5 Market.
Please convey this to all Dwarkites


“Many expressions - One Message - We are one.”

Jai Hind
Dwarka Forum

Goonj's Collection Camp-On 14th December’08 (SUNDAY)

GOONJ.. a voice, an effort

Collection Camp-On 14th December’08 (SUNDAY)
At- In front of New Mellinium Apt., Plot No.2, Sector-23, Dwarka
Time: 11.00 a.m. - 1:00 PM
Camp Volunteer- Mr. Arvind Agrawal Tel.- 9899974319
Coordinator- Ms. Sangeeta Tel.- 9910290379



Countless are suffering in cold everyday…
while your cupboards are full of woolens, shawls & blankets
Winters are also an annual disaster for millions without proper clothes…

Join GOONJ’s RAHAT WINTERS campaign
About GOONJ : GOONJ is making clothing a matter of concern as a basic need of the poor. Started ten years ago with 67 clothes, today GOONJ channelises over 20,000 kgs of material every month to 21 states of India. This year the demand for woolens has increased manyfold given GOONJ’s work in Bihar & Orissa’s flood hit regions.

Please contribute: Wearable old/new woolens, blankets, shawls, clothes (all age groups), bed sheets, curtains, utensils, footwear, medicines, old magazines & newspapers and school material like uniform, stationery etc.

Also monetary donations: to take care of sorting, packing, transportation & distribution.

• Winner of the ‘Indian NGO of the Year’ award,
• GOONJ.. is registered under societies act & FCRA. All donations are exempted u/s 80 G of IT act.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Fight against terror must be a complete package

Sh. Joginder Singh ji
(Former Director - C.B.I.)

The latest terror attacks in Mumbai that killed more than 200 and injured 390 people is again a reminder (if reminders were really required) that India tops the list of terror targets. It is so because India is an easy target.
The intelligence agencies are understaffed and are struggling due to lack of resources. That there is a personnel crunch can be gauged from the fact that after the September blasts in New Delhi, the Union government sanctioned more than 5,000 personnel for the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and more than 7,000 for the Delhi Police.
Moreover, there is hardly any coordination among the various agencies — RAW, IB, Joint-Intelligence Council, Defence Intelligence Agency, Military Intelligence, intelligence units of the Air Force and Navy and the CID — for intelligence gathering. The sad truth that there was an intelligence failure has been admitted by Union home minister P. Chidambaram himself, who said, "I agree that there has been a failure on the part of the security forces... Undoubtedly, there had been lapses. I will be less than truthful, if I say there were no lapses."
To top this, even the state governments do not take intelligence inputs seriously as often they are ambiguous, unclear and imprecise. The states located far away from Kashmir and the Pakistan border, often feel they do not face the same degree of threat.
Thanks to modern technology and communications gadgets like satellite phones, GPS and wireless Internet, the terrorists are stronger and more lethal today. Therefore, the onus of finding out where the next terrorist attack will come from naturally lies with the intelligence agencies. They have so far been getting away with painting anything and everything as the next target.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has repeated for the umpteenth time that his government is serious about bringing to book the people who attack us without provocation or justification. On his way to France sometime ago, he told reporters that his government will fight terror "resolutely". He also said that his government would strengthen intelligence gathering, investigation and prosecution processes. But unfortunately, the ground reality is the exact opposite.
It is not that the government did not know about the likelihood of attacks. The defence minister had informed Parliament more than once that the terrorists might use the sea routes to attack Mumbai and other places. However, the Naval Chief says that the Navy did not have the intelligence or information.
It is true that in a country this vast, the task of gathering intelligence is difficult. The intelligence agencies depend too much on human intelligence. A mix of physical intelligence and technologically-collected intelligence, including use of satellites to monitor the movements on border areas and the sea routes, is the ideal combination. During my visit to the US more than a decade ago, I was told by the CIA, that they had a satellite circling earth every 90 minutes and they had a wealth of images. They could even read car numbers and identify people.
The RAW did a good job in intercepting the conversation between General Musharraf, the then Pakistani Army Chief, and his deputy during the Kargil war. The same alertness was missing this time among the intelligence agencies. The intelligence agencies will argue that it is not always possible to get the correct intelligence. But then, what are the intelligence agencies for then?
Whatever may be the cause of the intelligence failure, it does not matter to the common man. The shortcomings of the intelligence agencies can be overcome if the forces at the ground level are well-equipped and trained to meet the challenges.
The biggest deterrent for terrorists is to be caught and killed. Unfortunately, in India, even when a genuine terrorist is killed in an actual encounter, as it happened in Delhi, votebank compulsions brand them as fake. This naturally demoralises the security forces.
Even when the terrorists are caught, there are appeals after appeals to get them off the hook. We do not even have an anti-terrorism law in force. The laws, as they exist today, are useless. They discourage people from giving evidence in trials which can go on for years. There are 2.92 crore cases pending in India, of which over 2.54 crore cases are still pending in subordinate courts while 37.43 lakh cases are in various high courts. As many as 45,887 cases are pending in the Supreme Court alone.
The fight against terrorism has to be a total package as intelligence by itself is not sufficient. The intelligence agencies have to pull up their socks. Meanwhile, the Centre too needs to take a proactive role in ensuring full preparedness of the state police. The leaders must remember that the time is always right to do what is right.

Meditation classes by Sri Ram Krishna Sangh, Dwarka

All devotee are requested to attend the classes for peaceful and spiritual life.

DATE – 13th Dec., 2008, TIME – 6.30 P. M.
VENUE : A-501, Sahara Apts
Plot No. 11, Sector - 6
Dwarka, New Delhi.
Religious Discourse as per following programme
1. SHYAMNAM SANKIRTANAM.
2.GUIDED MEDITATION.
3.GURU BANDANA
4.READING FROM KATHAMRITA.
5.DIVOTIONAL SONGS.
6.PROGRAMME ANNOUNCEMENTS.
7. PRASAD DISTRIBUTIONS.
Contact : Arun -9810513818

Sri Hanuman Temple

Ancient Sri Hanuman Temple, Delhi Cantt was founded in 1866 by Sant Visnu Datt. This temple is very famous and it is believed that if any devotee express his or her desire, within very short span of time he/she get positive results. Presently Acharya Pt Shyam Sunder Sharma is looking after the temple.

Courtesy: Ajay Kaushik, Executive Editor

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Health check up camp in Dwarka

Senior Citizen Forum, Dwarka in association with BHAGAT HOSPITAL organised FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP where more than 50 people came and throughly checked up by Dr. C. M. Bhagat, Dr. S Kumar and Dr. Navneet. This is third edition of Health care cum Heart prevention seminar organised by Bhagat Hospital and promoted by Dwarka Parichay. Mr. S.P. Rai, President, Senior Citizen Fourm, Dwarka and Mr. S.K.Garg, President Dream Appatment also admired Dr. C.M. Bhagat's team who devoted sincere efforts for this noble cause.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Dear President/General Secretary, If you are interested to organize such seminar in your society/ apartment, then please feel free to contact:
AJAY KAUSHIK - Campaign Co-Ordinator -M: 9953567759

Monday, December 8, 2008

Congratulations - our MLAs

Congratulations our newly elected area MLAs.
All the best for the herculian task ( problems & issues) for a better Dwarka.

We are with you.

Matiala --- SUMESH SHOKEEN -- INC >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Dwarka - -- MAHABAL MISHRA -- INC >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>



Bijwasan --- SAT PRAKASH RANA -- BJP
Palam ---- DHARAM DEV SOLANKI - BJP

Regards,

Dwarka Parichay Team

Detailed Dwarka Maps

Congratulations !!!

DELHI (LIST OF WINNING CANDIDATES)

---Assembly ---- Candidate's Name ---- Party
Constituency

1 Nerela --- JASWANT SINGH ------ INC
2 Burari --- SHRI KRISHAN ------ BJP
3 Timarpur --- SURINDER PAL SINGH ------ INC
4 Adarsh Nagar --- MANGAT RAM ------ INC
5 Badli --- DEVENDER YADAV ------ INC
6 Rithala --- KULWANT RANA ------ BJP
7 Bawana --- SURENDER KUMAR ------ INC
8 Mundka --- MANOJ KUMAR ------ BJP
9 Kirari --- ANIL JHA ------ BJP
10 Sultan Pur Majra --- JAI KISHAN ------ INC
11 Nangloi Jat --- BIJENDER SINGH ------ INC
12 Mangol Puri --- RAJ KUMAR CHAUHAN ------ INC
13 Rohini --- JAI BHAGWAN AGGARWAL ------ BJP
14 Shalimar Bagh --- RAVINDER NATH BANSAL ------ BJP
15 Shakur Basti --- SHYAM LAL GARG ------ BJP
16 Tri Nagar --- ANIL BHARDWAJ ------ INC
17 Wazirpur --- HARI SHANKER GUPTA ------ INC
18 Model Town --- KANWAR KARAN SINGH ------ INC
19 Sadar Bazar --- RAJESH JAIN ------ INC
20 Chandni Chowk --- PARLAD SINGH SAWHNEY ------ INC
21 Matia Mahal --- SHOAIB IQBAL ------ LJP
22 Ballimaran --- HAROON YASUF ------ INC
23 Karol Bagh --- SURENDER PAL RATAWAL ------ BJP
24 Patel Nagar --- RAJESH LILOTHIA ------ INC
25 Moti Nagar --- SUBHASH SACHDEVA ------ BJP
26 Madipur --- MALA RAM GANGWAL ------ INC
27 Rajouri Garden --- A DAYA NAND CHANDELA A ------ INC
28 Hari Nagar --- HARSHARAN SINGH BALLI ------ BJP
29 Tilak Nagar --- O P BABBAR ------ BJP
30 Janakpuri --- PROF JAGDISH MUKHI ------ BJP
31 Vikaspuri --- NAND KISHORE ------ INC
32 Uttam Nagar --- MUKESH SHARMA ------ INC
33 Dwarka --- MAHABAL MISHRA ------ INC
34 Matiala --- SUMESH ------ INC
35 Najafgarh --- BHARAT SINGH ------ IND
36 Bijwasan --- SAT PRAKASH RANA ------ BJP
37 Palam --- DHARAM DEV SOLANKI ------ BJP
38 Delhi Cantt --- KARAN SINGH TANWAR ------ BJP
40 New Delhi --- SHEILA DIKSHIT ------ INC
41 Jangpura --- TARVINDER SINGH MARWAH ------ INC
42 Kasturba Nagar --- NEERAJ BASOYA ------ INC
43 Malviya Nagar --- KIRAN WALIA ------ INC
44 R.K. Puram --- BARKHA SINGH ------ INC
45 Mehrauli --- DR. YOGANAND SHASTRI ------ INC
46 Chhatarpur --- BALRAM TANWAR ------ INC
47 Deoli --- ARVINDER SINGH ------ INC
48 Ambedkar Nagar --- CH.PREM SINGH ------ INC
49 Sangam Vihar --- DR. S.C.L.GUPTA ------ BJP
50 Greater Kailash --- VIJAY KUMAR MALHOTRA ------ BJP
51 Kalkaji --- SUBHASH CHOPRA ------ INC
52 Tughlakabad --- RAMESH BIDHURI ------ BJP
53 Badarpur --- RAM SINGH NETAJI ------ BSP
54 Okhla --- PARVEZ HASHMI ------ INC
55 Trilokpuri --- SUNIL KUMAR ------ BJP
56 Kondli --- AMRISH SINGH GAUTAM ------ INC
57 Patparganj --- ANIL KUMAR ------ INC
58 Laxmi Nagar --- DR. ASHOK KUMAR WALIA ------ INC
59 Vishwas Nagar --- NASEEB SINGH ------ INC
60 Krishna Nagar --- HARSH VARDHAN ------ BJP
61 Gandhi Nagar --- ARVINDER SINGH LOVELY ------ INC
62 Shahdara --- DR. NARENDER NATH ------ INC
63 Seemapuri --- VEER SINGH DHINGAN ------ INC
64 Rohtas Nagar --- RAM BABU SHARMA ------ INC
65 Seelam Pur --- CHAUDHARY MATEEN AHMAD ------ INC
66 Ghonda --- SAHAB SINGH CHAUHAN ------ BJP
67 Babarpur --- NARESH GAUR ------ BJP
68 Gokalpur --- SURENDRA KUMAR ------ BSP
69 Mustafabad --- HASAN AHMED ------ INC
70 Karawal Nagar --- MOHAN SINGH BISHT ------ BJP

Gita Jayanthi - Birthday of the Bhagavad Gita

Dear Divine Souls,
I hope that - by God's grace - this finds you and all your loved ones in the best of health and happiness at this sacred time of Gita Jayanti.


Gita Jayanti is celebrated on the 11th day (Ekadashi) of the bright fortnight of the month of Margaseersha (December - January). Sometimes people refer to it as the "Birthday of the Bhagavad Gita;" however, divine wisdom cannot be said to take birth! One cannot really say that the Divine Song has a birthday. Actually, Gita Jayanti is the anniversary of the day, nearly 6000 years ago, when Sanjaya recited the words which Bhagwan Shri Krishna spoke to Arjuna, on the battlefield in Kurukshetra, for the blind King Dhritarashtra. Along with the epic of the Mahabharata, this Divine Song was transcribed into words by Maharishi Veda Vyasji for the benefit of humanity.

As Paramhansa Yogananda (one of the great spiritual leaders of India who spread the message of the Gita to the West) said, "The Bhagavad Gita is the most beloved scripture of India, a scripture of scriptures. It is the Hindu's Holy Testament, the one book that all masters depend upon as a supreme source of scriptural authority." The Gita provides wisdom and upliftment, comfort and solace to people of all ages, from all walks of life, from all corners of the Earth.

"Bhagavad Gita" literally means Song of God, Song of the Soul, Song of the Spirit. Like any truly divine song, the language of the original lyrics and the religion of the original singer are irrelevant. For once it has been written and sung, the song itself becomes alive, bursting forth across oceans and mountain ranges, breaking all barriers of caste, creed, nationality. Such is the power of a divine song. However, as the original "singer" of the Gita is Bhagwan Shri Krishna, Himself, this is the holiest and most sacred of all the songs of God. Therefore, its power to transform, to heal, to uplift is as limitless as the Singer.

Mahatma Gandhi said, "When disappointment stares me in the face and all alone I see not one ray of light, I go back to the Bhagavad-Gita...I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming tragedies and my life has been full of external tragedies. If they have left no visible, no indelible scar on me, I owe it all to the teachings of Bhagavad-Gita."

The Gita consists literally of 700 shlokas divided into 18 chapters. It has been said that the Upanishads are the cows, Krishna is the cowherd, Arjuna is the calf, and the Gita is the milk. But, it is not just any milk. This milk is nectar that flowed from the Gods with the power to heal the sick, comfort the lonely, guide the lost, uplift the fallen and bring peace to the troubled. The milk is gentle and pure enough for a baby, but strong enough for a warrior.


Despair to Devotion
The Gita is a journey from depression, despair and despondency to devotion. Arjuna was despondent and dismayed as he surveyed the battlefield of Kurukshetra. Suddenly the great warrior lay down his arms. He told Krishna that he could not fight. "I see in the opposing army my cousins, my uncles, my revered teachers. It would be better to renounce the kingdom than to fight with those who are so close to me," he bemoans. Thus begins the Bhagavad Gita

Lord Krishna takes Arjuna on the journey from despondency to devotion - devotion to God and devotion to his own dharma. That is the divine gift of the Gita: to carry us from a state of despair to a state of joy.

The teachings of the Bhagavad Gita are not applicable merely to life on a battlefield, when war with our relatives is imminent. Rather the true battlefield is within us. Through the story of Arjuna and the war of Kurukshetra, Bhagwan Shri Krishna gives us lessons for our lives. The real Kurukshetra is within us. Each of us is Arjuna, struggling with right and wrong, temptation, fear and frustration. Our bodies are our chariots, being driven all too frequently by our senses as the horses. The mind, ego, desires, lust and greed are the evil Kaurvas with whom we must do righteous battle, from whom we must not shy away in fear. If we give the reins of our lives to God (as Arjuna made Krishna his divine charioteer), we will surely be victorious.
With love and blessings to you and all your loved ones.

In the service of God and humanity,
Swami Chidanand Saraswati

Thursday, December 4, 2008

We salute our brave hearts

On 27 th November, Mumbai, in terrorist attack
15 policemen and two NSG commandos were killed,
including the following officers:
We salute our brave hearts
Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad Chief: Hemant Karkare ==>>
Additional Commissioner of Police: Ashok Kamte
Encounter specialist: Vijay Salaskar
Senior inspector: Shashank Shinde
NSG Commando: Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan
NSG Commando: Gajendra Singh


An Olympic shooter wins Gold (Only a game) & Government gives him 3 Crores
Another Shooter dies, fighting with terrorists (Saving our country and our live) & government pays his family 5 lakhs. Really shameful !!!!!!!!!!! - Biju Nair

This will happen again and again and again and again. This Government or the next government or the next would not be able to stop it. We will be massacred like chicken for another hundred years to come. We will also hear standard statements from our leaders which are as follows: This is a dastardly actWe strongly condemn such attacksWe will protect our citizensWe will take strong action and will bring culprits to book
There will be numerous talk shows with congress and BJP spokesmen in the TVs shouting at each other and blaming each other. TVs will rake in millions. Barkha Datt and Arnab Goswami will put words in the mouth of eager politicians and gag the voices of common men and experts. They will play big political games. We will continue to write in Forums like this and forget about the whole episode in one week. This is the fate of India and Indians. Because we are spineless. We do not have the courage to accept our faults and always blame a million other things. We dot have the commitment towards anything (like the commitment of a terrorist albeit it is placed wrongly). We salute only the politicians and not the heroes. Unless we realise our responsibilities and ACT, we can never succeed. We have been seeing in this forum the Police refusing to register a FIR for a month now for a stolen motorcycle. Will hundred residents in Dwarka come together to the Police Station and take the staff to task? I am willing to lead. Are there takers? Let us start a movement to sanitise this town and this colony to begin with. Let us stop writing our feelings here and act. How amny are willing to join me?I am waiting to hear.
Ramnath Kumar

After Mumbai terror attacks it is sure Govt. efforts and willingness(?) is not enough to cure this disease(terrorism). Country have to think fresh, but I m not sure what should be done? Is this the right time to protest Govt? for 1) don't blame pakistan for terror attacks? and wait for next attack to repeat their readymade statements 2) constitute a union body to prevent attacks, investigate them without any prejudice and take strict actions against any type of terrorism. (I am reading in newspapers that Govt. is already contemplating this then what should be our role?? ) 3) make a special task force (apart form police, navy and army commandos) - which is totally dedicated n responsible for 4) most importantly govt. hasn't willingness to fight against terrorism. So how a political willingness can be brought?... who knows other parties will do that or not once they come into force? or we should urge people to come forward and we jointly put our pressure on our government that they start jointly strict action against the terrorists and save our country ? or ... what can be done... ??? Or Instead of other non-important cess, are we ready to pay for a new cess to equip our forces to curb this menace, if Govt does not have the requisite funds (part from willingness) for that?? Sunil Sareen

We can brainstorm all kinds of ideas and write a thousand letters to people who are supposed to be coming up with a plan for this but I guarantee you nothing at all will get implemented until a tragedy actually takes place. And then too, it would be a knee jerk thing and soon the politicians will take advantage of people's short term memories and everyone will move on. Life is cheap, very cheap. terrorism is extremely hard to tackle as this has to do with an ideology and it is extremely hard to fight such an intangible thing of which killing and bombings are just manifestations. I think one way to tackle this problem is also treat every member of society on equal levels and not leave the feeling in any one community's hearts that they have been marginalized or been given a raw deal. I know, I know that even if someone has been wronged there are other ways of dealing with anger then picking up an AK 47 and shooting at random, but not everyone specially those schooled in fundamentalist ideologies have that ability to deal with their anger/frustrations/perceived injustice in a rational manner and until we as a society mature where all members are, we need to make sure the overwhelming majority of people of this nation do not feel like 'outsiders' or marginalized. For example People who orchestrate riots or communal violence based on faith or parochial lines etc. should be dealt with swiftly. Jhonson

This kind of terrorism has nothing to do with equal treatment ofcommunities. The persons targeted by the terrorists were not based onparticular religion or region. The barbaric nature of crime by'remorseless' terrorists were carried out primarily to instill fear inthe city to send a message that the country is not safe. The way thesepeople were able to hold their own for good 60+ hours means that theyhad been subject to special training.
It cannot have happened without support from Pakistan (read ISI). Howcan one receive such training? This kind of training is extremelyspecialized and is not available.
What is to be seen is government's reaction and steps for preventionof such attacks. We need to have
1. Police reforms something that is pending since independence.2. A federal agency to fight such crime and for intelligence sharingbetween states and central agencies.3. Commandoes available at key cities to ensure timely action against them4. A policy of Zero tollerance for terrorism. We should have a policysimilar to Hot Pursuit of US. A terrorist committing crime againstIndians will be killed wherever he is under the sun.5. Strong Judiciary and fast track courts that ensures cases are heardand decisions given expeditously.6. Strong intelligence gathering agencies: Currently RAW and IB seemsquite weak.7. All borders with neighbouring countries should be sealed. Cantunderstand why the Bangladesh border is open and frequently used byterrorists. There are bangladeshi colonies in cities like Jaipur withno action taking place. Forget West Bengal where there are largenumber of Bangladeshi population. While Bangladesh is an example, thisequally applies to other countries like Nepal, Pakistan etc.
Indeed such kind of attack is primarily a failure of intelligence andthereby Home Ministry.
Without all this, everything else is about politics. Naveen Prakash

Matters relating to Terrorismshould not be treated as a Law and Order Problem and left to the StateGovernment to act upon. It should be a Central subject and broughtunder the Federal Agency proposed to be set up by the CentralGovernment. This body can report to the Chief Justice of India, ifthe politicians are afraid of using it as a weapon to settle politicalscores. Such a body can work fearlessly and sure to have positiveimpact.
Many of my friends are blaming politicians for all the ills. But I donot think all politicians are bad characters. I have no doubt aboutthe integrity of Man Mohan Singh, A.B. Vajpayee, Sonia Gandhi, PrakashKarat etc. They are all patriotic. Even Shiv Raj Patil may not be abad person. Even if we do not like politicians, in a democracy, wecan not ignore politicians because they frame the policy, rule thecountry and taking all important decisions about the people and thecountry. Please do not forget, the decision to sent NSG cammandos toMumbai was also a political decision.
Many are argueing for hot pursuit against Pakistan. Even the presentGovernment of Pakistan is unable to control ISI, their Military andthe terrorists operating in Pakistan. The fact may be it is theterrorists of Pakistan origin who are attacking us and most probablynot the Pakistan government who are facing similar problem at Karachi,Islamabad and Afghan border.
P.J. THOMAS

Some news channels are portraying the outcome of the terror attack on Mumbai as the defeat of the terrorism and victory of India. Only ten terrorists have shot dead our NSG Commando Major Unnikrishnan, three other top officers of security agencies, killed about 200 including some top brass of big corporate world and injured nearly 300 innocents. Terrorists were able to carry out major destruction at the 125 years of building of Taj hotel having heritage value apart from playing the same game at Oberoi and Trident Hotels. No one has walked out alive from the Taj. And they have carried out their designs for about 50 hours in the face of over 200 NSG Commandos struggling to control them. It seems that our forces were able to shot them dead only while they ran out their ammunition.
Let us introspect and ask that it is really the defeat of Terrorism and victory of India or the case is vice versa and ensure that such a tragedy never repeats in future.
Let us be fair. Congress blames the previous NDA government on its failure on the Kandhahar front but let us remember that at that time, the terrorists were carrying out their designs outside India, in their own country which was at that time being ruled by our hostile 'Talibanies'. While this government is not able to stop such a large-scale destruction in the country, is it fair to blame previous government for its failure on Kandhahar issue? At that juncture, if my memory has not run out, Congress never demanded confrontation with terrorists in Kandhahar at the cost of lives of about 300 Indian held hostage by the militants in Afghanistan.
M. K. Gupta


This morning most of u wake up with horror news of Mumbai terror atack.Why in our country ? Every month/week its occurs?Are we too responsible for this? YES in my opinion by giving free handto our politicians on policies that helps the corrupt and terrorists.Ruling or Opposition Parties whether in centre ,or any state ormunipal or panchayat are most IRRESPONSIBLE for these atcks. Why after11 Sept NO attacks in US; ofcourse no gurantee there wont!Our people cry on POTA ; MOCA etc and its misuse.. My question whichlaw not misused in this country by corrupt.An anti terror law may misused against few and used against a goodnumber of terrorist and their supporters. If used it saves more lifethan it is withheld on filmsy ground.Such law shud adopted and used against corruption.When I see images like Mumbai and what happend in Delhi and otherplaces boil my blood. I wish and reqest my govt give me and othercitizen training for commando , so that die for this country. I wouldleave my present job and work for my nation in official job for aminimum compensation.While the videos played i found our policemen still use 303 rifleagainst automatic, ofcourse 303 is good one as I used it in NCC days.Our leaders have securuty with automaic and all logistic system inplace not for common man and those protecting them are send to riskwithout system.There is total failure on our IB and other agencies wasting unaccounted fund.How we convey our gratitude to those souls departed fightingterrorists? Like MC Sharma and now Mumbai ATS chief and others..
in my opinion show our strength by voting? Against terrorist andpoliticial system that helps corrupt and terrorist.
THE QUESTION Comes WHO LET IN THE TERRORIST s??? Why blame.. for each everything for Pakistan...Don't our Peons/ Babus.. who give.. forged ID Cards Ration cards , which helps to issue SIM cards or other facilites.. are also responsible..and hirearchy wise.. upto Minister who protect this CHAIN.. is TERRORIST?? Those who TAKE BRIBE whether in CASH or KIND is responsible.. ERRADICATE>> CORRUPTION>>>TERRORISM WILL DIE ITS NATURAL DEATH..

JAI HIND May we all help our country to peacfull one and ensuresafety and security.Correct me if i am wrong in any statement. Appreciate response fromall INDIAN's. Rejimon

As discussed in Dwarka Forum

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Why the love does always hurts??

Shruti Phul

Love......
Can someone tell me…. What is love??

Why????
Why love keep hurting people......

Why????
No one can answer this........
Love do hurts.....

BUT
We can still stop ourselves before it hurts us.....
This is the only way......
just to prevent.....
we can't do anything......

BUT
May be you can say :
"No need to get into love, then we won't be hurt by it......
yet we no need to do any prevention....
coz we are not into it......"

Really??
Can you make it??
Can you live without Love??
You can try.....
But, most of them will fail....
fail to live without love.....
We do need love in order to survive.....

BUT
It will also hurt.....
So, what we can do is just to prevent.....
Prevent it from hurting us,
prevent it when we know that we are about to get hurt......
I Know.....
It is easy to say......

BUT
when we are really needed to prevent ourselves from being hurt by love, can we make it as we say??
It is easy to say.....

BUT
when we are to take actions, can we make it??
There still are possibilities that we can make it......

BUT
for myself.....
I failed to do so......
I failed to get away from the hurts by love.....
so, I am now badly injured.......
really injured..........
waiting someone to cure or heal me......
waiting someone to help me to bandage or cover up my wounds......
hope that I can recover soon......
Love.....always hurts......
when you are happy with it......u will feel sweet.....

BUT
when you r unhappy with it......it will bites!!

So, are you hurt from love??
Do you still waiting for someone to cure you from your wounds??

OR
To help you to bandage your wounds??

OR
Are you still in the situation that love still hurting you??
This is love......
and this is why love always hurts.........

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FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP on 7th December

Senior Citizen Forum, Dwarkain association with

BHAGAT HOSPITAL

organising
FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP
(Heart Check up, BP, ENT, Skin etc.)

Date: On Sunday 7th Dec.,08
Time: 10.30 AM TO 12.30 PM
Venue
Dream Apartment, Plot No.14, Sector-23, Dwarka.
For registration contact:
S.P.ROY - 28051011
(PRESIDENT- SENIOR CITIZEN FORUM, DWARKA)

AJAY KAUSHIK - 09953567759
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Monday, December 1, 2008

Annual Sports Gala in Dwarka

D.D.A. Sports Complex, Dwarka is celebrating it's Annual Sports Gala from 3rd December to 14th December.
Its an annual sports event in which lawn tennis, Table Tennis, Badminton and Squash games competition are held for the members. Apart from the regular members of the complex, Even the students of neighbouring schools and institutes can take part in different games and perform their sports talent. Sports lovers/ promoters are invited to JOIN this gala sports event where more than thousand sports person will perform their sports skill in front of thousands of spectators.
For more detail please contact:
D.D.A. Sports Complex, Sector-11, Dwarka
Col. I.K.Bedi - Secretary
Mr.Vijay Kumar Verma-Manager

Ph.25089733

Saturday, November 29, 2008

When will enough be enough?

Joginder Singh

India and Mumbai, or Bombay, as you may like to call it, has been attacked in 14 places in one of the most terrible wars unleashed by terrorists. In the attack, which began on November 26 on the most posh areas and hotels of Mumbai, AK-47s, grenades, bombs and explosives, have been used. The encounter with the terrorists has lasted for nearly three days and so far 160 innocent people - including 14 policemen, six foreigners and seven hotel staff - have been killed, and over 327 people injured. All this is the work of about 25 terrorists who have wreaked havoc on India's business capital. The terrorists came to Mumbai via sea, despite the heavy presence of Indian Navy and the Coast Guard, who have obviously failed in their duties. If Mumbai's sea border cannot be safe, the situation must be much worse in other places along the coast.
It makes no difference what label these terrorists have - Fidayeens, Deccan or Indian Mujahideens. The fact is that a terrorist outfit, calling itself Deccan Mujahideens, has claimed responsibility for the attack, has called the Indian Army and the ATS weak, and has mocked them. The Prime Minister has said that the government will not cow down and will bring the guilty to book. He has also said that the security of people will not be compromised and laws will be tightened to ensure that terrorists do not take advantage of loopholes in the law.
All this is easier said than done, especially if our past experience is anything to go by. With the passage of time, the gravity of crime gets reduced. And with elections around the corner, the UPA's coalition partners would not like to be seen supporting any tough measures against the jihadis. More than anything, the laughable official stand of the government has till now been that our existing laws are enough to tackle terrorism.
Prime Minster Manmohan Singh, the gentleman that he is, has more than once pointed out the "gaps" in our intelligence. Instead of saying that there has been a complete failure of intelligence, he has used the word "gaps". There is no doubt that there has been recurrent failure of intelligence, whether it was in the July 2006 train bomb blasts in Mumbai, September 2008 serial bomb blasts in Delhi, or the latest terror strikes in Mumbai.
While this may be quibbling over words, there is no doubt that it is very much the responsibility of the central government to maintain the safety and integrity of the country, both against aggression from without and from within. It is also a fact that the reach of our central agencies is not only wider but also broader as they have overall view of the situation existing in the country at any given time. But the truth is that we do not have a clear anti-terrorist policy or strategy. What we do have is a knee-jerk reaction to events as they happen. And all is forgotten till the next incident.
The standard response, reactions and even the language of Indian leaders after terrorist attacks is entirely predictable: it is always a "cowardly attack", always "innocents" are targeted and always "strict action" is promised against the perpetrators. But the ground reality is that after a visit to the scene of a terror attack, followed by a few statements and the announcement of compensation by the government to salve its own conscience and compensate for its failure, things are back to square one.
All this about negligence and the failure of intelligence and security agencies has been said again and again. But since nobody listens, it must be said again: No accountability is enforced; Intelligence agencies take shelter by sending vague, inactionable information, or at times pass off guesswork as intelligence. Some of the suggested steps to strengthen our response to terrorism includes involving the Muslim community in the fight against terrorism, by enlisting them in intelligence and security agencies, stricter border patrolling, a national citizens register, and the use of technology - installing CCTV cameras in all important and vulnerable public places.
Not even one per cent of crime is committed with licensed weapons. Indeed, criminals and terrorists do not need a license to carry arms and kill people. But innocent victims do, even it they just want to defend themselves. Licensing of weapons should be liberalised so that if the government is not able to protect the people, they can do so themselves. There is a legal right to private defence, to kill those who are trying to kill you. But this right, in this climate of terrorists having a free run of the country, is rendered null and void because most applications for a gun license get the same response: "No". Private security agencies should be involved in a big way and weapons must be licensed to them so that they can protect private, and even government, establishments.
There is no tough law in place to fight and eliminate terrorism. Instead, the central government is splitting hair over whether Gujarat and Rajasthan need a tougher anti-terrorist or not. Not only those two states, the entire country needs tough laws. India's fight against terrorism lies in the domain of the government as it has the manpower, the intelligence agencies, however rudimentary and ineffective, and the weaponry.
If there is a will to fight terrorism and create a federal agency, the government can do it overnight with a single ordinance. The government needs to stop giving the impression of being soft on terrorists.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Sakshi received prestigious PTA Award

Recently, Mira Model School, B-Block, Janakpuri, awarded the meritorious students for the academic session 2007-08. On this occasion, Mrs. Sadhna Bhalla-Principal of the school, Ms. Jasleen Kaur-General Secretary and Mr.Mandeep Neb-Joint Secretary-Parent Teacher Association appreciated the awardees students. Sakshi of IX-A class also received this prestigious PTA Award who got 80.5% in VIII-A class during academic session 2007-08.


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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

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Monday, November 24, 2008

Where is Dwarka in Dwarka Assembly Constituency?

Matiala Constituency-biggest constituency of Delhi.

S.S.DOGRA/ SWATI

Matiala Constituency covers the major part of Sub-city but where is Dwarka in Dwarka Constituency.
The door to door campaigns, public meetings, visit of prominent leaders/celebraties are the talk of the town.
The candidates from different constituencies are convassing the residents of their area and pointing out several problems and making promise to overcome all the existing problems when they come into power. The National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) will go to the polls this month to elect 70 legislators to the Delhi Assembly. Voting will be held on November 29, 2008 and vote counting will take place on December 08, 2008. These assembly elections along with the ones in 4 other states are expected to be a run down to the forthcoming general elections in early 2009 that would test the political temperature.

The forthcoming Assembly elections will be held as per the new format recommended by the Delimitation Commission, and the equations in Dwarka are in for drastic changes. As per the new changes Dwarka no longer is the pride of Palam Assembly constituency. There are now three Assembly seats whose jurisdiction will extend into Dwarka. Sector 1, 2 and 7 will falls under Palam Assembly constituency, Sector 8 and 9 falls under Brijwasan, and the rest of Dwarka falls under Matiala, the newly formed Assembly constituency. 90% of Dwarka will be part of Matiala constituency which includes Sector 3,4,5,6,10,11, 12, 13,14-23. Besides, Matiala Assembly Constituency (No.34) covers covers 4 corporation Wards, namely, Matiala, Chhawla, NangliSakaravarti, and Kakroula. This constituency has 2,34,181 voters, with 204 polling booths, including 31 Villages with 59,303 votes, besides 99,261 votes from 74 colonies, 264 societies + DDA Pockets of dwarka with 61,414 voters, three J.J.Colonies with 14,203 voters. Matiala will be biggest constituency of Delhi in terms of area and number of voters.

Sub-City Dwarka, the first fully developed Hi-Tech city of Delhi. It has mainy attraction such as broad roads, district parks, sports complex, metro rail connected with Cannaught Place, International & Domestic Airport, proposed/expected metro upto Airport soon, ISBT, International Convention Centre, embassies, Commonwealth Games 2010, Hi Tech Exhibition Centre, Hospitals, Prominent schools, Engineering/law collegs, Universities, Five Star hotels, commercial colleges, shopping malls, District Court, FICCI, Football house etc. According to Dwarka constituency (NO.33) it includes vaishali, sadh Nagar, syndicate Enclave, Dabri
Extension, Sagarpur, Dasrathpuri, Sector-1 only. Dwarka Assembly Constituency having 140 polling stations, 1,30,536 voters.

The following candidates from different parties are contesting from one of the most highly literate constituency of the country.

Mrs.Kamaljeet Sehrawat(B.J.P.-Kamal), Mr.Sumesh Shokeen (Congress-hand), Mr.Manoj Bhardwaj(BSP-Elephant), Ms.Anita(Samajwadi Party-Cycle), Mrs.Nidhi Mahajan(Bharitya Rastrawadi Samanata Party-Torch), Mr.Ranjit shokeen(Lak Jan Sakti Party-Bangla),Rao Satbir singh Yadav(Independent-Gas cylinder), Rao Ramanand(Independent-Ceiling Fan), Mr.Puran Singh(Independent-Kite), Mr.O.P.Sharma(Independent-Jug), Mr.M.R.Tyagi(Independent-Hat), Mohd. Manjoor(Independent-Cot), Mr.Randhir Singh (Independent-Cup & Saucer), Mr.Anil Jindal(Independent-Railway Engine),Mr.Rakesh Kumar Bubey(Independent-bat).

The fight between Kamaljeet Sehrawat of BJP and Soumesh Shokeen -Congress will be interesting because they both are doing door to door campaign and they both belong to villages nearby sub city.

KAMALJEET SEHRAWAT - BJP
Kamaljeet Sehrawat is a resident of Guru Apartment, Sector 6, her family into politics and social activities. She is an academician, with M.Com and BEd degrees an advanced Diploma in Computing. She has been a PGT (Commerce) and has taught at Kendriya Vidyalaya,Sector 8, R K Puram, Shalimar Bagh and a number of leading private schools.
She is hailing from Ambrahi village(Near Sector-19), one of the many villages skirting Dwarka, her family has been a staunch BJP supporter and her father has been a village pradhan and active in the political arena. She has been Vice President Zilla parishad, Najafgarh and Member of Governing Body of Matiala.
She feels that it is to her upbringing and place of residence that has given her a unique advantage that she can relate to both the rural folk as well as her co-residents of Dwarka. While Kamaljeet has a concrete set of priorities on her agenda, issues such as price rise and security are some areas that would need immediate focus. She says, " Dwarka possesses excellent infrastructure, but the biggest challenge is to maintain this. What is needed is better coordination between the various civic authorities and departments, something that I've always admired during my visits to western countries like France and Switzerland. Proper coordination can make a lot of difference here as well. "

She is good human being and deeply committed to social welfare, religious activities and community services, Kamaljeet is Secretary, Satsang Mahila Mandal, Ambrahi, Secretary Prachin Shiv Mandir and also Asst. Editor of a newspaper, Line of Dwarka. She has also regularly organised and participated in a number of programmes organised by the RSS and VHP as well as an active campaigner for the BJP.
Extremely approachable and accessible, Kamaljeet is presently Director, Genius Commercial and Educational Institute, Dwarka, which helps prepare students in the process of getting admission to foreign universities and visa formalities. .


SOUMESH SHOKEEN -CONGRESS
Soumesh is a man with a mission. Youngest candidate from Congress, Soumesh is into active politics for a decade. An undergraduate from DU, Soumesh was General Secretary of Youth Congress in 2000. His commitment for contributing towards the development of Dwarka is visible in his thoughts and action. A very active and vocal person Somesh fought election from Palam Vidhan Sabha but lost only with a small margin. Soumesh belongs to Chaawala village near Dwarka and now he has a flat in Dwarka. Soumesh feels that the educated lot has always stayed away from getting into the cauldron of politics and therefore their voices get lost. He firmly believes that this mindset needs to be changed and a lot can be done with the cooperation of the educated citizens of Dwarka and hopes that as an elected representative of this area he can put a lot of his schemes and thinking into actual practice. Says Shokeen, "What needs to be done is to come upfront and take charge of the situation. The person at the helm should be one who understands the problems of the area and be a part of the development process. Till now, our political system has been such that both citizens and the leaders have been alienated from each other and real issues never get addressed. This problem can be solved if someone from the area takes upon himself or herself the task of representing the citizens."
Talking about his election manifestoes Somesh says that the issues and problems facing Dwarka are not new and each one of us is aware of these. Citizens of the Dwarka subcity are looking forward to additions, improvement and an overall upgradation of civic facilities in the subcity. He provides, "The citizens feel that it is imperative to have a holistic view of the need to improve the existing facilities and plan for the future. My wishlist includes solving water problem, improvement of roads, mode of transport and providing civic amenities in unauthorized colonies. Although all issues have a direct bearing on our lives, as residents of Dwarka, I feel that certain issues need priority handling. Doing something to alleviate the water problems is one thing that needs urgent attention particularly with the onset of summer. The Dwarka sub-city has been developed by DDA over a 56 sq km area. It has been designed to provide housing to a population of around 10 lakhs. The projected water requirement as per DDA is around 60 MGD. Obviously, there is an ever increasing demand for this vital commodity. There is no proper intersector connectivity in Dwarka and road transport problem is there. I'll take this as my priority."
On why people should elect him, Soumesh says that he belongs to a highly reputed family of the area well known for social work. He himself has done lot of social work and has established one to one rapport with the citizens. He feels that he strikes the right rapport with fellow citizens and is not alienated from them and hence he ideally fits the bill.

Let us wait and watch who will win the biggest and prestigious constituency of Delhi
Let us try for 100% voting in Dwarka area.
Judge candidates with their experience, behaviour, commitments etc.
Not just by political party, cast, emotion etc.
Be courageous to use your intelligence so that U feel yourselves responsiblefor the FUTURE. Do't BLAME others for the future.
FUTURE is the result of our PRESENT deeds.
Source: Dwarka Parichay news & information services

Are U PAPPU?

A CONVERSATION BETWEEN TWO LANGOTIA YAARS - OVERHEARD
Pappu - What is the use of voting? I will not vote. After all, all are ch*r.
Sayaana - Do you know that (ch*r) politician gives importance to you and your area in proporsanate to the number of votes polled? If u or somebody else will have to go to him with some problem of the area, he will first see the record to know the number of votes polled and then will accord importance to u accordingly.
Pappu - Aachcha, Yeh baat Hai, To Main To Vote Jarur Hi doonga, Chaahe Mujhe kuch bhi kaam kyo naa chodana pade. Yaar, Tune to Meri Aankhen Khol Dee.
(Contributed by M K Gupta)
(Names are imaginary)


If You Wish To Have Peace, Prosperity & Good Governance,
Please Spend Sometime Otherwise Your Turn Will Be In Queue For Next Five Years.
Let's Show to our kids that we were responsible citizens
Give Example By Act Not By Words.
100% Voting Will Give Guarantee Of 100 % Good Governance.
Please Come Forward & VOTE on 29 November, 2008.


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Sunday, November 23, 2008

HUMANITY AND PEACE SOCIETY

ALKA PUNJ

The organization firmly believes that everyone in this society has a contribution which cannot be gauged on the lines of caste, creed, religion or the financial strength one has. We are of the opinion that everyone in this society deserves to be treated at par with all our fellow brethren for the benefit of one & all & not limiting the benefits to only a selected privileged few. Everyone must get equal opportunity to showcase the abilities & build up on their capabilities for making significant contribution for the betterment of all the citizens.

Keeping in mind the issues & challenges that have been sighted the organization has taken as a mission to work in these clusters, starting with two such camps at the moment viz. Sanjay Gandhi in the Chanakya Puri area. In the camp at Chanakya Puri we are facilitating the Mid-day meal program for the girl children . Through this initiative we not only provide Nutritious Lunch to these 50 girl children, we also organize a Medical Check up camp once in a month on a regular basis. To further bring these children into the mainstream of society we have provide the Beauty culture course to these children which shall enable them to financially gain some independence & ensure that they could contribute to the bottom line of their respective families. This shall also help our second cause of creating awareness amongst women about their rights, privileges, responsibilities, as citizens of this country through education on Health, sanitation, Aanganwaadi, & we are embarking on a SHG initiative pretty soon. Regular athletics & other competitions are being held to promote camaraderie & healthy competitive spirit in them for vying for their space in the moments of Glory.

Jawahar camp at Kirti Nagar was formed in 1984-85, wherein we have around 2500 Jhuggis & a majority of these immigrant laborers are from Eastern UP & Bihar . The primary occupations of the women of this locality are Maid –servant & working in the factories. Around 70% of the men here are engaged as workers in the factories & 30% are engaged in their own errands like Pan/cigarette shop, etc. Only a handful of the children here go to schools, & the rest are engaged in the profession of being rag pickers. There is no community centre in this locality & the schools are also pretty far off .The condition of these children is pitiable so we have conducted a Need assessment in the Jawahar Camp at Kirti Nagar so that we may start the work in this location as well alongwith the other locations that we are engaged at present. Through the Need assessment we have identified the following needs :

· To arrange for sending the children to school engaged in the Rag-picking profession.
· Vaccination for all the children for protection against critical illness.
· Women welfare programs
· An informal education arrangement for the children engaged in these odd jobs
· Run a vocational training centre for the girl children ( at least one)
· To arrange for some vocational training for the women to gain some financial independence.
To make all these measures rewarding we need to focus on working on any such initiatives that we deem essential for bringing these neglected sections of the society into mainstream . We thus seek your support for making these efforts successful by joining hands.

Source: Dwarka Parichay news & information services

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