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Friday, February 27, 2009


On the occasion of INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ON 8TH MARCH, 2009 Batra Hospital & Research Centre, Rajouri Garden, Delhi is going to organize FREE HEALTH CHECK –UP - CAMP FOR Women and their related diseases & cervical cancer prevention programme

For Detail: Pls. Contact: SANJOY BHATTACHARYA
Mobile: 9891914141

Dr. Moonish Agarwal
Medical Superintendent & Sr. Consultant ( Medicine)
Mobile No. 9810049563
Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre

Media and National Security

Delhi Journalists Association (DJA), prestigious organization of Journalist is organizing a seminar on “Media and National Security” on 4th March,2009 at Haryana Bhavan near Mandi House, New Delhi from 10.30 a.m. onwards.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

National Summit of School Principals held in Dwarka

<New Delhi: 26th February, 2009 Institute of Counsellor Training, Research and Consultancy in association with Kangaroo Studies Pvt.Ltd organised a National Summit of school principals on Emotional Intelligence at CCRT Auditorium, Sector-7, Dwarka, New Delhi-75. In this seminar Prof.Vimla Veeraghwan (Well Known Psychologist), Prof. Anjum Sibia & Dr.V.S.Ravindran (Director) ICTRC were the main speakers. Mr.Gulshan Kumar-Director-Kangaroo Studies Pvt.Ltd. was the chief guest of the summit also appreciated the sincere efforts of Dr.V.S.Ravindran to bring out this concept in India. Around hundred Principals of different reputed schools from all parts of India took part in it and updated their teaching & behavioral skills .

According to Dr.Ravindran-Director-ICTRC, the objective of the summit is to equip the school principals with knowledge, skill and attitudes on Emotional Intelligence which are simple to adopt in everyday practice and easily transferable to teachers, students and parents."

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

An APPEAL for Noble Cause

Blind Persons Association (Regd.), Dwarka, is arranging two marriage of yet another girl Chinu Sarkar with Munna Ram and Manish with SuryaKant who will be going to marry on 1st March, 2009 at 586, Pocket-A, Sector-13, Phase-2, Dwarka. B.P.A. is an NGO working for the welfare of visually disable persons. The association is actively doing remarkably for the welfare of the blinds and taking care of education and providing hostel and lodging facilities to the blind girls. So, donors may contribute furniture, utensils, almirah, bed, clothes, jewellery besides ration etc. and cash for this memorable moment." Donation is exempted from Income tax Under Section 80G.

Contact: Mr.Anil Kumar Verma-9868552423, 9213532309
President, Blind Persons Association, Dwarka,
Patron-Blind Persons Association, Dwarka

Source: Dwarka Parichay News & Information Services

Tuesday, February 24, 2009


"Let's Unite to Fight." Slogan of Dwarka Shotokon Karate Club-School of self defence, conveyed all over the sub-city Dwarka. DSKC had launched its unique concept of self-defence campaign for children and females in and around Dwarka. In the first face of the campaign, the self-defence training programme held recently at Dwarka Health Club Sector.7, Dwarka. Even an advance weapon training in Martial Arts was the major attraction of the campaign. Even the girl students and ladies staff of different institutions besides female employees from several organizations participated in the said programme.

The Training course was conducted by Mr.Rinshi Rethnum(from Chennai) 6 degree, Okenivea, Japan. Ph.D in Karate with Mr.S.K.Yadav & his Team members.

“Presently Dwarka Shotokan Karate Club-affiliated with S.K.I.F., Japan that has 72 Karate Training Centres all over the world. DSKC is one of them & produced 37 national players from Dwarka, within a short span of seven years only. There is no age and sex bar to learn Martial Arts. Even the physically challenged individual can do it because it is not just kicking and punching, it's an art of self defence. With the help of it, a person can gain self-defense and character development in one's life. Karate is very important part of human life.” Says Mr.S.K.Yadav-Chief Karate Coach DSKC.
For registration Contact:
DSKC-School of Self Defence, Mobile:9810143483
Or Visit

Monday, February 23, 2009

Voice Against Terrorism roar

Recently, Humanity & Peace Society(N.G.O.) held a seminar on Voice Against Terrorism at Arya Samaj Mandir, Green Park, New Delhi. Ms.Alka Punj-General Secretary of the society informed that Mr.Karan Singh Tanwar(M.L.A.), Goswami Sushil Maharaj, Mr.Intizar Naeem, Mr.O.P.Kohli(BJP Leader), Mr.P.C.Chauhan(DIG-Border Security Force), Mr.Gurcharn Singh, Mr.Ajay Kaushik roared and felt sympathetic views for those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks.

National Summit of School Principals on Emotional Intelligence

National Summit of School Principals on Emotional Intelligence

On 26th February, 2009 Timing: 8.45A.M. to 3.30 P.M.

Venue: CCRT Auditorium, Sector-7, Dwarka, New Delhi-75

Chief Guest:Mr.Gulshan Kumar-Director-Kangaroo Studies Pvt.Ltd.,
Main Speakers:
Prof.Vimla Veeraghwan ( Well Known Psychologist)
Prof. Anjum Sibia
Dr.Ravindran(Director) ICTRC

Organiser: Institute of Counsellor Training, Research & Consultancy &
Kangaroo Studies Pvt.Ltd.,
For Registration Contact: 9811009227, 9810566298
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Cartoon Exhibition at New Delhi Press Club of India

Dear Cartoonists/ Cartoon Lovers,
Kerala Cartoon Academy Presents in association with Press club of India
and Indian Cartoonists Association...
123 Cartoons on Dr Manmohan Singh by 123 Cartoonists –
The Unique Cartoon Exhibition at New Delhi Press Club of India Art Gallery
On 23rd February, Monday, 2009. 4PM.
All are Welcome.Kindly join the program with your friends….

Secretary Kerala Cartoon Academy
12-Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi-110 001
Contact: 09868264230011-22770365

Friday, February 20, 2009

Pak talk should not lull us into inaction

Sh. Joginder Singh ji
(Former Director - C.B.I.)
Pakistan, Under pressure from the United States and India, has finally confessed, albeit half-heartedly, to the involvement of their citizens and terrorist groups in the Mumbai attacks.
But let us not jump to the conclusion that the dossier full of proof, which India had furnished to Pakistan, would in any way deter the super Pakistani arbiter — the Army and the ISI — from their long-term objective of "bleeding India with thousand cuts and proxy war". The Army is still the main player there and the Pakistani generals must be feeling uncomfortable about what Taliban has called Pakistan's second "surrender to India" after 1971.
The Al Qaeda has already threatened that they would carry out more Mumbai-style attacks if India attacks Pakistan. The only people who have ever been successful against the Afghan were the Sikhs, under the leadership of Hari Singh Nalwa, during the regime of Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Punjab.
The Americans, who gave full support in money and weapons to Taliban, considered their cadres freedom fighters when they were fighting the Soviets. The clout of the Taliban can be perceived from the fact that on May 21, 2008, Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani signed a peace deal with the Taliban in Pakistan's north-western valley calling for, among other things, the withdrawal of Pakistani troops from the tourist region of Swat and the imposition of Sharia or Islamic law there. In return, Taliban promised to close camps, hand over foreign fighters and halt suicide attacks on government posts and security forces.
It's regrettable that "Talibanisation" is creeping in one form or another on almost all Muslim states — from Morocco to the Far East to Central Asia. Another common aspect is anti-American and anti-West sentiment in almost all the countries where fundamentalists have an edge.
It is more so in democracies like India where different parties depend upon minority vote-banks. India cannot help being concerned about its neighbours becoming a haven and sanctuary for fundamentalists and terrorists. If they continue to thrive in Pakistan and Bangladesh, it is bound to impact us.
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari claims that Pakistan is fighting a war for its survival against the Taliban who already have a presence in large parts of the country but want to overtake the entire state of Pakistan. Taliban's growing might was reflected in India when certain Muslims groups in Srinagar banned beauty parlours and video parlours which they term "un-Islamic". And recently, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Madrassa Education banned co-education in madrasas.
The fact is that our battle against terror and terrorists has to be fought and won by us and not by the US or any other Western nations. All countries are basically concerned with their own problems. They become interested in others only when it starts pinching them.
Therefore, let us not raise our expectations too high from the new dispensation in the US or, for that matter, any other country. The US will pressurise Pakistan to the extent they feel is appropriate, without reaching break-point or coming anywhere near confrontation. They will not push Pakistan to the wall for the sake of India.
No terrorist organisation in Pakistan can survive, or even exist, overtly or covertly, without the government turning a blind eye to what's going on. By whatever name you call them — Al Qaeda, Laskhar or Mujahideen, their objective is to decimate India, referred to as "their common enemy".
This fits with Pakistan's policy so far. All these organisations have a common handler, the ISI, which provides them hideouts, sanctuaries and training centres. There is no fixed or sure method of crushing terrorism except to use offence as the best form of defence, especially in our territory.
But one thing is certain — the magnitude of the strikes in Mumbai on 26/11, the Parliament attack on December 13, 2001, bomb blasts in Bengaluru, Surat, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Jaipur, could not have been carried out without extensive planning, reconnaissance and knowledge of getaways.
How Pakistan deals with its internal problem, of first rearing terrorists and then wanting to crush them when these terrorists want to overthrow the government, is their outlook. If Taliban wants to overrun the government and take over, it is for the regime there to decide how it should tackle the problem.
Once bitten is twice shy. But in the case of our country, we have been bitten often. India cannot afford to take the assurances given by Pakistan on face value. There have been several such assurances and politically-correct statements in the past, only to be broken by declarations that Pakistan would always stand by terrorists, whom it calls "freedom fighters".
While debating Pakistan's statement about the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks, we must not forget that the basic element of terrorism is surprise. Therefore, we must not drop our guard. We must not be lulled into inaction at a time when terrorists may be preparing for another spectacular strike in India.
Our intelligence agencies should pull up their socks as such elements are best eliminated at the entry point. Unless we can reduce or destroy their supply chains, we will be in danger of being overwhelmed by them.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Gunj - A voice, an efort

Gunj - A voice, an efort
Ten years of making clothing a matter of concern
from a thought to a nationwide movement
You have been an integral part of this existing journey
Join the celebrations & share learnings, thoughts and plans
You are invited on 21 st Feb 2009
to celebrate Goonj's (winner of best NGO award 2008) 10th Anniversary
Venue: G Block community centre, Sarita Vihar
Programme: 10 AM - 1.30 PM ( folloewd by lunch)
Your friends, colleague & relatives wanting to join this movement, are also welcome.
Contact: Anshu K. Gupta ( Ashoka Fellow)
Founder DirectorGOONJ..
Tel:- 011- 26972351, 9868146978

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Blood Donation Camp in Dwarka

Lions Club Delhi Dwaka organized a Blood Donation Camp in Dwarka Sector – 5 Market on Sunday, February 15, 2009 in which 103 blood units were collected. Persons consisting of men and women, young and old enthusiastically donated their blood at the camp. The Camp started at 10 am and ended at 8 pm. Prof. Jagdish Mukhi, Hon’ble MLA, Janakpuri visited the Camp and lauded the efforts being made by Lions Club Dwarka in serving the society. He encouraged the members to further augment the efforts to serve the poor and needy in the nearby areas of Dwarka. He also offered his all possible help to Lions Club Dwarka in their endeavor.

Lion P R Reddy, President Lions Club Dwarka congratulated Lion Vinay Raj, Project Chairman for making this Project a grand success. Several Lions including Lion Anand Dua, Charter President, Lion Deepak Gahlot, Secretary, Lion Manoj Jain, Treasurer, Lion Gulshan Lamba, First Vice President, Lion Dr Sarita Sinha, Second Vice President, Lion Teena Taneja, Director besides all the members actively participated in making this project a successful one.

Lion P R Reddy thanked all the donors who volunteered to donate their blood at the camp in spite of intermittent rain, and appreciated the help of local traders and Delhi Police for success of the camp.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Right Effort at the Right Place is Very Important !

R.D. Bhardwaj
A giant ship engine failed. The ship's owners tried one expert mechanic after another, but none of them could figure but how to fix the engine and start it.
Then they brought in an old man who had been fixing ships since he was a young. He carried a large bag of tools with him, and when he arrived, he immediately went to work. He inspected the engine very carefully, from top to bottom.
Two of the ship's owners were there, watching this man, hoping he would certainly know what to do. After looking things over, the old man searched his bag and pulled out a small hammer. Then he gently tapped something. Instantly, the engine lurched into life. He carefully put his hammer away. The engine was fixed and put to work !
A week later, the owners received a bill from the old man for ten thousand dollars.
"What !" The owners exclaimed. "He hardly did anything !"
So they wrote to the old man a note saying, "Please send us an itemized bill."
The man sent a bill , that read as under :-
Tapping with a hammer...... ......... ........ $ 2.00
Knowing where to tap.......... ........ ...... $ 9,998.00
Moral of the Story : Effort is important, but knowing where to make an effort makes and in the right measure all the difference !

Monday, February 16, 2009

Dwaraka Science Forum (DSF)

Dwaraka Science Forum
Invites parents, students, teachers, scientist and residents of dwarka
to join us in the inaugural events and a lecture on
Opportunities for Students to Pursue Science as a Career” by
Dr. T. Ramaswami
Secretary, Department of Science and Technology (DST)
Government of India
New Delhi

Date: February 22, 2009 (Sunday)
Time: 1000 to 1100 hrs
Venue: Community Hall, Brahma Apartments
Plot # 7 Sector # 7, Dwaraka
New Delhi 110075
Books (NISCAIR, Vigyan Prasar & NBT),
Scientific Aids Exhibition & Demo 1000 hrs
Tea 1045 hrs
Welcome address 1100 hrs
Inaugural address by Dr. T. Ramaswami 1110 hrs
Question & Answer – Discussion 1200 hrs
Future activities & Vote of Thanks 1230 hrs
Demo continues till 1300 hrs will be on display at the venue for the benefit of students and parents

Dwaraka Science Forum (DSF)
Flat No.94 –C, Aakash Ganga Apartments, Sector # 6,
New Delhi 110 075
Contact: 9868175245

The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts
as to discover new ways of thinking about them
. - Sir William Bragg

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Sri Ram Sita Vivaha

Divya Jyoti Jagriti Sansthan organising
Sri Ram Vivaha based on RAMAYAN

Famous musician and
katha by Shreya Bharti ji

16 Feb to 18 Feb
Time: 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm

Venue: near Indian oil petrol pump, Sector -6, Dwarka
You are invited with family

Contact: 9810003672

Saturday, February 14, 2009


If you think that only the DDA Flat scheme 2008 was tainted you may be wrong. The only difference between this time and earlier is that this time, due to the differences among the fraudesters, the scam came to the surface. In the draw held in December 2008, an applicant belonging to ST category named Seema Meena (name changed) (application/regn No. 894125) was allotted the flat third time in succession. Can you believe that this is her just luck that she is getting flat in every scheme? If it is not luck, can it be possible without the involvement of the DDA officials?

After the fact has come to the knowledge that to invite applications of SC and STs from outside Delhi was not permissible under the DDA Act and was against an earlier judgment of the Supreme Court. Now the belief has further reinforced that the foundation of the scam in the reserved category was laid even before the declaration of the scheme. In this some officials of the DDA seems to be involved with few property dealers and financiers. According to police, arrested Vijay Kumar, who played the role of financier, has admitted that a bribe of Rs. 2 lakh per flat was to be given to the DDA officials.

To execute this scheme, DDA has kept the public in the dark about some basic facts about the draw procedure. In its response dated 24.11.2008 - i.e. barely 22 days before the draw - to one RTI applicant Mr. M.K. Gupta, DDA has not given information whether the applicants or the media will be invited to witness the draw stating that the decision shall be taken by the Housing Management. While as per RTI Act, DDA should have given all the information of any department under it.

DDA has on the date of the draw, kept mum about the existence of the wait list but suddenly after some days, it stated that it has prepared a waitlist of 200 applicants. In this background, the fairness of this list and the conduct of the DDA is suspicious.
After the closure of the scheme, DDA has initially stated that the number of applicants is 5 lakh 12 thousand but about after few days, it suddenly said that the applicants, in fact, are 5.62 thousand. This arouses the suspicion, as it has not given any reason for such a big change. Where this substantial increase of 50 thousand applicants came from or whether these applications were filed after the last date need to be investigated.
After about one month, the Forensic Lab at Hyderabad has not submitted its report on the veracity of the software used. I have filed RTI application with the lab to know the expected time for delivering the report.

Friday, February 13, 2009

Voice against terrorism on 22nd Feb

Humanity and Peace Society

Invite you to attend a seminar on Voice Against Terrorism on
Sunday 22nd February 2009
Time - 2 PM to 5 PM
Venue: Arya Samaj Mandir, Green Park, New Delhi

Guest of Honour
Shri Karan Singh Tanwar (BJP) ------------Shri Mangat Ram (Cong.)
Smt. Kiran Walia( Cong.)------------------------------Shri O.P. Kohli (BJP)
Shri Permanand Kansotia(BSP)-----Shri Intizar Naeem( Iamaite Islami HinJ)
Shri Goswami Sushil Maharaj--------------------------Shri Joseph Gathia
Shri P.C. Chauhan(DIG. BSF)----------Shri Joginder Singh(EX. Dir. CBI)
Shri Gurcharan Singh-----------------Shri Aacharya Viender Vikram
Alka Punj and Team
Contact: 9891424128
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Spiritual satsang in Dwarka on 16 th Feb

Mahashivratri Celebration
Join Spiritual satsang by
Mahamandaleshwar Swami Nityanandaji
on 16 th Feb 2009
Time: 6.30PM 8.30 PM
at CCRT Auditorium, Sector-7, Dwarka
You are invited with family & friends
for special experience of HAPPINESS & PEACE
For details contact: 9210790692
Other Satsang Programme:
17- Feb-09 to18-Feb-09
6:30 pm to 8.30 pm
Sarswati Shishu Mandir, C-49, Sector-92, Noida

19- Feb-09 6:30 pm to 8.30 pm
Siri Fort Auditorium, Khel Gaon, New Delhi

20- Feb-09 to 24- Feb-09
Green Fields School, New Delhi
20- Feb-09
Satsang - 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm
21- Feb-09 Dhyan Shivir - 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
22- Feb-09 Satsang - 9.30 am to 12.30 pm
23- Feb-09 Maha Shivratri Mahatsav - 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Akhand Dhun, Puja & Abhishek - 6.00 pm onwards
24- Feb-09 Maha Shivratri Puja Samapan - 6.00 am

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Religious Discourse at Dwarka

EVENT : Special Class DATE –20th February, 2009
VENUE : A-101, Anusandhan Appt. TIME – 6.30 P. M.
Plot No. - 22, Sector - 6, Dwarka, New Delhi .

Religious Discourse as per following programme

For details contact:
Arun - 9810513818


The beginning of the New World is linked to “Shiva Jayanti”, which is the birthday of God Shiva who is incorporeal and beyond the cycle of birth and rebirth; who is Supreme Father of all souls, and who does not have any father or mother. What a paradox indeed!
Still, Brahma Kumaris and Brahma Kumars, the world over are celebrating “ Trimurti Shiva Jayanti” on the day of “Shiva Ratri”. This being the 14th darkest night of Phalgun, the last month of the Hindu calendar. Why the advent of Shiva is traditionally celebrated as “Shivaratri” and not as Shiva Jayanti? What is the significance of the word “Ratri” (Night) and how is it associated with
The word “Shiva” literally means benefactor of all. “Shivaratri” implies that Incorporeal God Shiva incarnates into the corporeal world at such a time of human history, when the night of utter darkness prevails. The word “ratri” here does not connote the darkness that falls after sunset, but it signifies the darkness of extreme ignorance and unrighteousness in the world.

This is why Shivartri is celebrated on the 14th darkest night of the dark phase of moon, a night before Amavasya or new moon. The month of Phalgun, being the last month of Hindu calendar signifies that God Shiva’s advent takes place at the end of the eternal cycle (kalpa) of human history. Shiva’s descent, a night before Amavasya, implies that His incarnation takes place a few years before the end of Iron Age when the world is under the spell of extreme darkness of ignorance, unrighteousness, moral turpitude, spiritual lassitude and religious decrepitude. God Shiva, being incorporeal and beyond the cycle of birth and rebirth, and being the Supreme Father of all souls, does not have any father or mother; He being self- existent, the advent of Shiva is traditionally celebrated as “Shivaratri”, and not as ‘‘Shiva Jayanti.’’

The word “Trimurti Shiva Jayanti” signifies that Shiva, the Incorporeal Supreme Father, is the Creator of the subtle deities - Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar - through whom God carries out His three Supreme Acts of Creation, Sustenance and Destruction, respectively. Since we are celebrating the “Trimurti Shiva Jayanti”, we know that Incorporeal God Shiva descended to the corporeal world in 1937, and with His incarnation, He created “Tridevas”: Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar simultaneously. What a wonder, the Creator and His creation are born together! It is evident that the three subtle deities represent the three functional titles of one and the same soul whom the Supreme Soul adopts as His consort.
The male body of this soul was over 60 years old at the time of adoption. This soul was having the experience of 83 births in this kalpa or cycle of the eternal World Drama. With the entry of the Incorporeal Supreme Soul into his body, the person called Dada Lekhraj is renamed as “Prajapita Brahma” signifying the beginning of the 84th birth of this soul, in the 83rd body. This is how Brahma happens to be the only deity shown to be an aged, bearded person in the Hindu scriptures. God Shiva, the Supreme Teacher trains Brahma in the three faculties of Creation, Sustenance and Destruction. Thus, Brahma’s soul attains simultaneous triple graduation in the faculties of Creation, Sustenance and Destruction.
Being the Master Creator, Prajapita Brahma performs the role of Spiritual father to his mouth-born children, the Brahma Kumaris and Brahma Kumars. It is said, in scriptures, that Brahma creates a new world through the power of thought. In fact, what Brahma does is to practice the Supreme Direction of God Shiva: “Manmanabhava - Madhyajibhava” which means constantly remembering the Supreme Father and the inheritance of Golden-Aged world sovereignty. This practice enables him to create clear vision of the new world for himself as well as for his mouth-born children. It is through positive thought-vibrations of Brahma and his children that the sapling of the new Kalpa Tree (human family- tree) is generated during the Confluence Age. In this way, the act of creation or generation is in fact an act of regeneration or rejuvenation of the human souls by changing their vicious sanskars into divine sanskars. Prajapita Brahma and Jagadamba Saraswati, play the role of Adi Dev and Adi Devi transforming themselves and their spiritual children to the status of devi-devatas (deities) of the Golden Age. This period of transition from Iron Age to Golden Age, from hell to heaven is the most auspicious period in the whole Kalpa which repeats identically every 5000 years, as revealed by God Shiva.

Brahma, the corporeal medium of Shiva plays the role of Master Sustainer; simultaneously by giving the sustenance of a mother and father to his mouth-born children. The subtle deity Vishnu is depicted as four-armed and holding four ornaments representing the four subjects: Knowledge (discus), Service (conch), inculcation of divine virtues (lotus) and Yoga (mace). As Brahma excels in all these four subjects, he represents the subtle deity Vishnu at the functional level during the Confluence Age. The same soul plays the role of Shri Narayan, the world sovereign in Golden Age, as revealed by God Shiva.
Side by side, Brahma plays the role of the subtle deity, Shankar who is responsible for the destruction of the old, vicious world. Shankar is shown to be naked signifying the soul-conscious stage which Brahma attains himself and also helps his children to do the same. The third eye of Shankar represents the spiritual knowledge and Brahma becomes an embodiment of the same. Shankar is depicted to be anointed with ashes, signifying his asceticism which Brahma has clearly demonstrated. The garlands of snakes adorning Shankar represent the transformation of vices into virtues, and this Brahma have not only achieved himself, but also helps his children to do likewise. Shankar is shown to be in deep meditation which Brahma and his mouth-born children practice to achieve self- transformation and world- transformation which means destruction of the vicious world of Iron Age, to make way for the virtuous world of Golden Age.
We can now appreciate how God Shiva performs His three Supreme Acts of Creation, Sustenance and Destruction simultaneously through the subtle deities: Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar using His consort, Prajapita Brahma as the instrument.
A befitting way to celebrate the Trimurti Shiva Jayanti is to have a firm resolve to emulate Prajapita Brahma by becoming an embodiment of gyan, yoga and virtues, and to have an unending enthusiasm to convey God Shiva’s message to each and every soul so that no soul remains deprived of the God-Fatherly inheritance of liberation (mukti) and fruition or liberation in life (Jevan Mukti).
Further more, we have to surrender all the vices in us to Shiva, and not simply offer the wild flowers ‘Ak’ and ‘Dhatura’, which are poisonous and are symbolic of the vices in us. We must treat the whole of Confluence Age as Shiva-ratri, and we have to keep awake and vigilant to follow the Supreme Guidance of God Shiva during the entire Confluence Age, and not merely keep awake and
observe celibacy for one night. By understanding and following Shiva in this way, we will be blessed with the treasures of peace, purity and joy.

We must tell our brothers and sisters belonging to other faiths that they should also follow the Supreme directions of God-Father, whom their respective, prophets represented and worshipped. Let every one understand that by observing this Shivaratri, the Shiva Jayanti in an appropriate manner as explained above, one can ensure one’s place in the forthcoming Golden Age, a glimpse of which is given below:
‘‘The Golden Age marks the beginning of a New World Order wherein there is a hierarchical society based on divine virtues, each one playing the role to which its qualities are best suited. Everything in this world is at its highest stage of purity and beauty. Everything needed is in abundance, there being no shortage and misery. The science here comprehends and harnesses the forces that govern this planet without destroying or polluting the environment. Love is the universal law there. The collective actions there bring in complete harmony in the social fabric. Men and women here are absolute masters of their mind, body and environment. Their bodies being made of pure elements, and the hormonal systems being different, enable reproduction without sexual union. Hence,
procreation there is not motivated by ego, lust or attachment. The society runs smoothly because all are in tune with nature and each other, there being no thought of competition. Family life is in perfect unity because relationships are based on mutual respect and equality. The rulers in the kingdom of heaven treat their subjects as their own progeny. They do not need any ministers or advisors because of their wisdom and divinity. There is neither enforced authority nor submissive subordination.
Every is this a quote from some B.K. Please give reference, if it is human being of this era is a deity having divine virtues and divine powers; is in the highest state of soul consciousness, and hence, automatically the master of sense organs and environment.’’
Join the spiritual movement:
Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya
Flate No-99,Pocket-2,Sec-12,Dwarka Dhish Appartment,
DWARKA, New Delhi 110075
Phone-9811372685, 28032475

Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Batra Hosopital & West End Centre – is organizing a FREE CAMP FOR WOMEN ( CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION PROGRAMME) - ON SUNDAY, 15TH FEBRUARY, 2009 FROM 9 AM TO 1 PM AT BATRA HOSPITAL & WEST END CENTRE ( with Free Consultation + Free Pap Smear & other Lab test at 50 % Discount ). This Free Camp for Women will for all women diseases including post menopausal symptoms ( Infection / discharge / abnormal bleeding / pregnancy / infertility ) will be headed by renowned Gynaecologists of Batra Hospital ‘s Medical faculty.
Contact for registration:
Dr. Moonish Agarwal
Mobile No. 9810049563

Mating game becomes harder to win

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

Moral issues not need necessarily be illegal. With the growth of commerce and industry and employment in other sectors, confined to generally big cities, more and young individuals of both sexes are moving thereto in search of work. Living on a shoe string budget, occasionally and often intentionally, the young men and women, opt for staying together, but for financial, as well as personal reasons. It happens with the people working in the same organisation or organisations. They do not always inform their families and so the live in relationship starts.

Film industry has set these trends. Stars pick up their spouses, drop them for others and when they had their fill they go on for still other. Very few marriages stay stable, in the glamour industry, though there are a few outstanding exceptions of some super stars.

Both in Western World and India, live in relationship means couples opting for 'cohabitation' over 'marriage'. In this arrangement, there is no commitment and couples walk out of as easily, as walked into it. Live in relationship means that couple are there together as long as their relationship meets their needs. In this relationship, it is as easy to change their partners, as their dress. Nobody frowns upon live in relationships in Western countries, as this fact has come to be accepted by the society there. Over in those countries, every body has to find his own spouse. There is none or minimal parental assistance available in this enterprise, as men and women have to fend for themselves. In a new twist to this activity, using a mathematical model or the mating game, researchers at University College London, University of Warwick and London School of Economics and Political Science have laid bare that an extended courtship enables a male to signal his suitability to a female and enables the female to screen out the male if he is unsuitable as a mate. The researchers used game the­ory to analyse how males and females behave strate­gically towaras each other.

"Courtship in a number of animal species occurs over an extended period of time. Human courtship, for example, can involve a sequence of dinners, theatre trips and other outings last­ing months or even years. One partner — often the male — may pay the greater part of the financial cost, but to both sexes there is a significant cost of time which could be spent on other productive activities," explained Prof. Robert Seymour of University College London, who creat­ed the mathematical model.

"Why don't people and other animals speed things up to reduce these costs'? The answer seems to be that longer courtship is a way for the female to acquire information about the male," he added.
Suitable men were more willing to pay the cost of a long courtship in order to claim the prize of mating. However, less suitable men were not as likely to contin­ue dating, according to the study published in the Journal of Theoretical Bio­logy. '"By delaying mating, the female is able to reduce the chance that she will mate with a bad male. A male's willingness to court for a long time is a signal that he is likely to be a good male," In other words, he advises women to play hard to get.
However, what the research report, and I can hardly call it based on scientific data has stated, is only a collection of generalisation. It is not necessary that a man may invest on dinners, lunches and time on court ships only for the purpose of marriage. It could be only for a one night affair or a fling as it suited his fancy to do so.

Membership is Open for Bindapur D.D.A. Flats RWA

Recently, a General Body Meeting of Bindapur D.D.A. Flats RWA was held in D.D.A. Park, opposite Police Station, Bindapur, Dwarka. In the meeting, it was approved unanimously that the election will be held soon. That's why Bindapur D.D.A. Flats RWA is offering membership for non-members to get the maximum participation of the residents. The last to submit the membership is 22nd February,2009. The residents of Bindapur D.D.A. Flats can avail this opportunity after submitting the following Documents:

1, Residential Proof, 2. Ownership documents, 3 two Passport Sized Photos
& membership of Rs.500/-(life membership).

For detail Please contact: Mr.N.K.Singh-President M:9810417122

You may even download the MEMBERSHIP form

Monday, February 9, 2009

Grabbed before being built

Sh. Joginder Singh ji
(Former Director - C.B.I.)
Wherever there is a chance to make money, despite their having bags full of it, some people plunge into such enterprises with gusto and enthusiasm. Hardly any area of life has been left unexplored by scamsters, whether it is the stock market or the housing sector. For those who are greedy, nothing is sufficient. There is enough in the world to meet everybody's needs but not greed.
Hence, almost anything, which provides an opportunity to make money becomes scam-prone. An eminently sensible and desirable Delhi Development Authority scheme to provide inexpensive housing has given rise to a scam of epic proportions. The draw of lots for 5,238 DDA flats took place December 16 last year. Prices ranged from Rs 7 lakh to Rs 77 lakh, depending on the location and size of the flat.
Soon after the draw of lots, Delhi Police launched investigations after a man who was allotted a flat said he had neither applied for it nor did he have a PAN card. Six persons have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the flat allotment scam, which would not have come to light but for the greed of former DDA employees and some real estate agents who applied for the flats under various categories.
Interestingly, more than five lakh people had applied for these flats, which means that only one in a hundred stood a chance for getting a home of their own in Delhi at less than a third of what private builders would have charged for similar property.
Advance money had to be deposited with the application forms. So the scamsters caught hold of gullible people who thought their money would be doubled within months. So they were inveigled into providing the money for booking the flats. As 1,000 flats had been set aside for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, applicants in this category stood a better chance than the others.
As has been revealed during the investigation, documents were forged in the name of bogus applicants or they were fooled into lending their names and particulars as a consideration for submitting applications in their names. As a result of this scam, or so the charges go, a fairly large number of flats have been bagged by real estate agents using this route.
Like most other agencies of the Government, the DDA does not have either the wherewithal or the means to verify whether the applications for flats are genuine or fake. It is neither practical nor feasible to verify the particulars provided by each applicant, and the scamsters made use of this fact. Some of those who have been arrested had submitted as many as 1,200 applications, ostensibly by those belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes category. Of them, 40 happened to be lucky winners at the draw. The accused invested more than Rs 90 lakh as earnest money that had to be deposited with each application. The money was raised either from banks or taken from individuals who were promised handsome returns.
The resale of DDA flats is not illegal, nor is there any lock-in period during which it cannot be resold. Even if a lock in period is there, documentation of power of attorney can be made, and there ends the issue of resale.
This particular scam was facilitated by the simple law of demand and supply. If adequate housing had been available at reasonable prices, nobody in his right mind would do anything illegal. But the demand for housing far outstrips the supply of affordable flats.
The Delhi Police till now have been investigating the allotment of flats meant for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes which is alleged to have been tainted by some property dealers in connivance with DDA officials. The property dealers had applied for these flats under fictitious names. It is believed the police will also also look into the possibility of fraud in the non-reserved or 'general' category also.
There is so much corruption in an organisation like the DDA, there is no way the entire CBI or Delhi Police can tackle it. This is not to suggest that they should stop their investigations but to highlight the point that they should focus on the big fish and make an example of them. There is nothing new about such scams. In May 2008, a Delhi court framed charges under the Prevention of Corruption Act against a former Delhi High Court judge, Mr Shamit Mukherjee, and four others, including the former vice-chairman of DDA, Mr Subhash Sharma, in a land scam case.
The former judge is in the dock for allegedly giving an order favouring a person accused of encroaching on DDA land and was involved in a legal battle with the land-owning agency. According to the CBI, the former judge granted an interim stay in favour of the accused which prevented the DDA from repossessing the encroached land from him.
The CBI chargesheet says that it had short-listed around 100 calls of Mr Mukherjee and other accused to support its allegation that they had abused their official position to extend benefits. Police investigation can only lead to the conviction of the accused, but it cannot end scams.
Every time there is a scam, the Government comes up with the convenient explanation that there has been a 'system failure'. All Governments and all political parties claim to serve the 'common man', but every scam exposes the hollowness of their claim. The plight of the 'common man' remains unchanged.

The only way to fight corruption and scams is to have prompt investigation and quick disposal of cases, which appears near impossible with 2.92 crore cases pending in various courts and with sufficient loopholes in the law for the guilty to get away on technical grounds.
The Government should become a facilitator instead of doing everything itself. If the Government becomes the sole supplier of people's needs, there is no limit to the needs that will be voiced as basic rights. There is in each of us a strong disposition to believe that anything lawful is also legitimate. This belief is so widespread that many people have begun to erroneously believe that things are 'just' because the law makes them so. This perception must be reversed.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

1st SFC-Bravery Award for ARNAV KAUSHAL

It's really proud moment for everyone whose son really saved the life of a kid.
Mrs.Maya Kaushal & Mr. Shailendra Kaushal (resident of Classic Apartments, Sector-22)are excited to tell the brave story of their son ARNAV KAUSHAL who saved the life of 7 years boy Harshit of same apartment. According to Mr.Kaushal, on a rainy day, some children of the apartments were playing in the park and suddenly, Arnav saw that Harshit caught by an electric current (stuck in live wire) while holding iron pole. Arnav immediately applied his presence of mind to drag Harshit with his shoe from that electric shock and able to save his precious life. For this bravery deed, Society for Creatives(Regd.)-N.G.O. honoured him with 1st SFC Bravery Award.Arnav Kaushal received, the prestigious Bravery Award from Mr.S.S.Dogra & Mr.Sanjay Mishra, on 31st January, 2009, during Saraswati Puja, held at Akshardham Apartments, sector 19, Pocket -3, Dwarka, in front of huge gathering. Deepanwita-N.G.O. of Sector, 22-23 also acknowledged his bravery deed. ARNAV KAUSHAL, student of VIII class of Mount Carmel School, Sect 22 Dwarka, is the 1st SFC Bravery Award Winner.

"SFC-Bravery Award is to recognise and honour children who has performed outstanding deeds of bravery and selfless sacrifice. It is given to children below 16years of age.
The award is aimed at giving due recognition to children who distinguish him/herself by performing outstanding deeds of bravery and meritorious service and inspire other children to emulate their example." Says S.S.DOGRA-Founder Chairman -Society for Creatives(Regd.).

"I'm really delighted for what my son did but expect the same from other children to perform the heroic whenever the adverse situation occur." Says Mrs.Maya Kaushal proud mother of Arnav.

Note: Dear Dwarkaites, If your kids also perform such kind of big achievement, then you are requested to send the complete detail ( with Photographs) to . We'll highlight the same in our website besides our publication.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

SAMBHAAV SAMITI organized Saraswati Pooja

Recently, SAMBHAAV SAMITI-an N.G.O. socio-cultural organization actively working in Dwarka organized Second grand Saraswati Pooja. During, Pooja around seven thousands devotees took part in it.
The pooja was inaugurated by Capt. N K Upadhaya as chief guest. Even Mr. Somesh Shokeen ( MLA, Matiyala) , Mrs. Kamaljeet Sehrawat ( Mantri, BJP), Mr. Rajesh Gahlot ( Councilor, Matiyala),Mr. Krishna Gahlot (BJP), Mr. Ram Naresh Gupta (Cong.), Mr. S S Dogra ( Dwarka Parichay), Mr. Mukesh Sinha ( Dwarka City) also graced the occasion as Special Guests. According to Mr.S.S.Jha-General Secretary, SAMBHAV, during two days event, Pooja followed by Khalli Rasm then Prasad Vitaran, Children's Drawing Competition,Ladies Musical ChairCultural Programme/ Event. By popular musician and singer Mr. Ramji Mishra and team & colorful dance by children,Maha Bhandara & of course Visarjan in Yamuna Nadi were the main attraction of Pooja..

President-Mr.Shailesh Thakur also appreciated Mr. Deepak Chaddha of Life Insurance Corporation of India Impressed by the performance of Mr. Ramji Mishra and announced Rs. 1 Lakh insurance free for him (Mr. Ramji Mishra) ,Society for creative announced free lunch/dinner for all winners in Drawing Competition , in Musical Chair , excellent dance performer and for all active members of SAMBHAAV SAMITI in MALABAR restaurant. AVIVA Life Insurance announced dinner for the winners of Musical Chair in Drink and Dine with family. SAMBHAAV SAMITI also announced prizes for all the winners. Mr. Deepak Chaddha of Life Insurance Corporation of India distributed 35 prizes to the winners through lucky draw coupon on the spot.

This pooja was well supported by Career Launcher, Dwarka & Naraina Institute, Dwarka besides media support by Dwarka Parichay No.1 portal & of , Dwarka City. The residents of RWA , LIG,Sector-14, Pocket-B, RWA , MIG,Sector-14, Pocket-B, RWA , LIG,Sector-14, Pocket-A, RWA , MIG,Sector-13, Pocket-A,RWA , MIG,Sector-13, Pocket-B, besides other residents of sub city. The devotion of SAMBHAAV samiti namely Mr.Shailesh Thakur President, Gen. Secretory : Mr. S S Jha, Vice- President Mr. G P Singh, Mr. Sushil Kumar,Treasurer Mr. S N Mishra, Mr. Anil Choudhary,Cult. Secretory : Mr. Ramji Mishra,Secretory Mr. Govind Thakur , Mr. Sachin, Mr. Anupam and other sincere volunteers made this Pooja a successful event.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Exclusive Interview of National Football coach Bob Houghton

National coach Bob Houghton spoke to about the progress made in the national team and also about Indian players making their mark in the international arena. Here are the excerpts:

1) How would you describe the state of Indian football when you first took the national team job? What were the main challenges you felt needed to be overcome?
A) We have made some progress if you compare it from some years ago. We were 163 and now we are 142 in FIFA rankings and we have advanced in Asian circuit as well and we have moved from 27 to 20. We have qualified for the Asian Cup finals so in that regards we have made progress and also if you look at the results though we recently lost to Hong Kong but that was our second defeat in 17-18 matches. So I think we have made progress with the senior team. And also we have made some good progress with the junior teams. The performance by Under 16 team last year was also spectacular. We are ranked 17th in Asia and we have managed to get U-13 camp and U-19 camp. So in all levels we are making progress and particularly with the AIFF Training centre, GOA, where we kept the U-16 boys in the camp for 18 months which made a big difference in their performance. There is one big challenge that is January 2011 and which is just less than two years from now on when we play in the Asian Cup finals. In between we need to get the team well prepared as we can. But of course now we have I League, Federation Cup and then we have AFC Cup for the Clubs that's Dempo and Mohun Bagan. It is quite difficult to see on the horizon a big enough gap and a long enough time to get the players together to get the advancement of the need.

2) Do you feel the infrastructure in the country is improving rapidly enough or maybe more importantly coherently enough?
A) Infrastructure, well unfortunately in this country is almost nonexistent for football I am afraid. There are very few quality stadiums and very few training grounds. I hope the FIFA's win in India with India project will help in developing couple of good facilities for us.

3) With Indian players getting a chance to appear for trials in foreign club do you think Indian football is making its mark in the International arena?
A) Yeah it is definitely making its mark and it won't be long before the first one goes and does well and then many more will follow. When I went to China in 1998 there were no Chinese players playing outside of China and after 8 years there were seven or eight that played in Premiership so once Clubs become aware that there are good Indian players then they will take more of them.

4) Apart from the AIFF, who else needs to be involved in the game's development – does more help need to come from the government or the private sector for example?
A) It's a combination of things that makes a successful national team in football as it is a worldwide game. It's not just a few countries that you are competing against it's the whole world. And if you are seriously capable to compete you need all help. You need all the sponsorship that we getting in development of the game and we need state associations to be accommodative. Also we need State Association and I League clubs to work on the development of the players so all need to come together to have a successful national team.

5) You've talked about the need to recruit taller, more athletic players, something Japan did during their development – how is that progressing? Generally, how much are you competing with cricket for young Indian kids looking for a sport to play?
A) We have been getting some bigger players in the team though it is not happening quickly and it can't happen quickly as we have to identify them when they are young and keep working with them. We will get some bigger boys and in current team also we have some bigger boys.

6) As someone who has taken a club to the European Cup final, do you envisage a point in the future when Indian players will have what it takes to be playing regularly in the competition?
A) Why not. When I took the club to the European club final the whole of that team came from a city where we were based – Malmo—and it is a very small place 250,000 people. And we got into the level as the development program was very good and therefore if we work hard on improving the quality of younger players then I don't see why an Indian player shouldn't be like Japanese or Korean.

7) How much of a watershed was it to win the AFC Challenge Cup and qualify for the 2011 Asian Cup? Has it given the players a winning mentality? Can it act as a catalyst for further strides forward?
A) I hope it works as a catalyst for further strides ahead as that's what I like to think. Ok it was a big success and the boys played and got along very well. But what's really required now is the victory to act as further incentive for the players to work hard and get fitter to be better players and for the players coming behind to recognise it. We can make those achievements if we work hard and get organised so I don't think that it could be a watershed. Ok if we go there and perform poorly then we are back to square one but if we can prepare and that is important that we prepare properly and give a good account for ourselves with best clubs and best teams in Asia. IF we do then it will do two things – one it will raise the portfolio of the game and secondly it will give us some belief that somewhere down the lane we can qualify for the World Cup.

8) Recently AFC got out with a rule that we can have four foreign players in the I League and out of them one should be from Asian country. How much impact would it have on our Indian players when it comes to playing together?
A) Well because I am a national team coach. I will be happy if there are no foreigners in the National squad. You have to accept the fact that clubs love foreigners because they give fans a bit more interest. I suppose one thing the foreigner does for us is they make us aware of the size of the players we are going to play against. If there were no foreigners let's say if there were no Odafe's then we will be totally less aware of the size of the opponents and then it will be very difficult to deal with them.

9) You have been following the I League and you have been in favour of it always? How much do you think that it has improved as far as playing standard goes?
A) It has improved a lot as compared to its previous editions and you can see it how better the game is now as compared to what it was two and half years ago. If Indian football has to make that great strides, forward then we really need I League to be the engine for that move because the national team will only be good when players coming from I league. Now if I League clubs are organised they have good coaches, good training and they improve the boys then the national team will be good. If the work done at the club levels is not good enough then it will be very difficult for us to take steps forward so I League is really the engine for it.

10) So as a chief coach of the national team the way you train the team do you have plans to get the same structure to the club levels as well?
A) What we are doing for the clubs is that we are bringing all the club coaches together on a regular basis. We just had them together during our national camp at Goa last month and when we have our next camp we will get them together again and we will try and get someone from overseas so that our coaches also get regenerated and they can get fresh ideas. So that's where I think we can help the most.

11) With most of your senior players getting old have you identified your bench strength and can you name some players who will replace the senior team?
A) Sunil would be around as he is young. This is the job of all coaches to coach the team in a way that new ones can replace the old ones so of course that's what we are doing. Are the ones coming behind capable of doing is what we have to see when they get a chance. But for sure we will be working hard with the U-19 team, the Olympic team which is U-21 that will provide some base to them. I am watching a lot of youngsters on regular basis and I know all the youngsters now playing in the I League. If they keep on playing well then they will be there in the team irrespective of what their age is. If the team keeps doing well then we might go into the 2011 Asian Cup finals with the same squad and at the same time it is for the younger ones to push themselves for the reckoning and if they get a chance then they have to capitalise on it and perform. So the challenge is for everybody – challenge for youngsters to make their way into the team and challenge for those who are in the team to perform and remain at the time. There are few I have identified – when we played in Hong Kong Rakesh Masih made his debut and he was good and the good thing is Anthony Pereira has come back from his injury, Sushil Kumar Singh and Nirmal Chettri are few who can make it but everything would depend upon their performance.

Source: Dwarka Parichay News & Information Services

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Deteriorating law and order in Dwarka


Shri T.K.A. Nair, IAS
Principle Secretary to Honorable Prime Minister,
PMO – South Block, New Dehi.

Subject : Complaint against in proper patrolling by local police/ PCR officials – in Dwarka / specially in sector – 19, Pocket -3, Dwarka, New Delhi. – were recently a group of 15 antisocial elements tried to steal a BSES Transformer from residential campus in midnight on 4th February, 2009 even already a BSES transformer being stolen on 15th January, 2009 from same residential campus. ( in Aakshar Dham Apartments - )

Dear Mr. Nair,

This is with reference to above mentioned subject this is to bring to your kind notice about the inefficiency of local police( of Delhi Police) officials and by concerned PCR Staffs in Dwarka . were all the staff concerned posted their it self, the grievances which are given below :-
1. Local Police / Local Beat officers from Dwarka Police Station/ Concerned PCR Staff / are concerned officials are not performing proper patrolling in Dwarka in late nights routinely ,were recently on 4th February, 2009 around mid night a group of around 15 antisocial element was tried to steal a BSES Transformer even when local resident’s protested they have also use fire arm to scare them, later RWA association informed PCR and other concerned high officials of Delhi Police this regard, even RWA has submitted a intimation letter to the SHO – Dwarka also. Even already a BSES transformer being stolen on 15th January, 2009 from same residential campus by antisocial elements.
2. Concerned PCR staff is not being scene for a round vigil check antisocial elements are freely moving in the
Dwarka & specially in our residential colony.& its vicinity.
3. antisocial elements are often being found while consuming alcohols in the service lane and near the boundary line of my residential colony and near the all wine shops in whole Dwarka market specially near all food vans / food stalls in Dwarka.
4. Traffic Police officials/ concerned PCR Staff posted in Dwarka is belligerently behaving even they don’t bothered to check – that how routinely cars / private vehicles are parked wrongly / ill-legally in main roads of whole Dwarka specially near to all markets in Dwarka In No Parking Areas Routinely which causes major traffic jams and congestion even traffic police and concerned PCR staff does not bothered to see this hindrances even number of times antisocial elements / call center’s employees found consuming alcohols ill-legally , while parking their vehicles near to this food vans / wine shops not only this they even through empty bootless on main roads , which causes problems to the passerby.
5. It is very surprising that - Even were we found most of the times, in late nights call center employees and anti social elements consume alcohols openly in sector 6,/ Sector 10 / Sector 12 Market, Dwarka near the Wine shops in service lane Some times in their call center’s car and it is surprising that why could not patrolling police officials from Local Police station Dwarka and the concerned staff PCR staff did not notice this, if the surprise check be made their it could be easily control of this severe menaced, even after consuming alcohols the antisocial elements drive their vehicles dangerously in Dwarka roads and tease female local residents even number of chain snatching case being reported and being published on a local portal of Dwarka residence.

Would be highly obliged and grateful if you issue instructions to the concerned agency and the concerned DCP PCR / DCP Special Branch / DCP Traffic and the Concerned ACP Dwarka to take preventive measure in regard my suggestion and complain. As till now local police / the other high concerned officials from Delhi Police officials are not taking any action in regard to above mentioned grievances / complains.

Sanjoy Bhattacharya
Mobile No. 9891914141

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Saraswati Puja-a Memorable Religious event

31st January,2009. the luminaries of Bengali residents of Akshardham Apartments, sector 19, Pocket -3, Dwarka, organized Saraswati Puja, where large numbers of children's took part in on the part painting competitions also.
Hundreds of local residents from whole Dwarka took participation in the Saraswati Puja, the Puja committee members served them with Prasad & Bhog later prominent Punjabi Singer Samsher Mahendi also sang few songs in the Puja Pandal. Even Larger numbers of local MLA's and other high Bureaucrats attended this Puja. Later puja committee members again served Dinner to all devotees in the evening.
Society for Creatives(Regd.)-N.G.O honoured Arnav Kaushal with 1st SFC Bravery Award, on 31st January, 2009, during Saraswati Puja, held at Akshardham Apartments, sector 19, Pocket -3, Dwarka, in front of huge gathering. SFC also facilitated Prajwal Phogat, Om, Sidhant Ranjan, Dipika Kumari, Ajay, Kaustav Goswami, Priyanka and Megha who were the winners of Painting Competition Junior & Seinor Groups respectively. Mr.Sanjoy Bhattacharjee, Mr.Ramesh Mukherjee Mr. PalashBhattacharjee, Mr. K.Goswami , Ms.Purnima along with other devotees made this puja a memorable religious event indeed.

Puja committee members also going to organize the Durga Puja / Kali Puja on 14th April, 2009 & they are going to organize the Grand Bengali Festival ( which is also known as new year of Bengali' – Poila Baisak ) in the same venue.

Thanks for your VISITs

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