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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Sri VIS, Sector 18, Dwarka mesmerizes

On 30th September 2010, Smt. D. Purandeswari, Minister of State, HRD, Govt. of India along with Shri Rajpal Chairman, Venkateshwar Group of Schools, Sailander Solanki Chairman, Sri VIS and Nita Arora school Principal lit the ceremonial lamp to the chants of `Gayatri mantra’.

The occasion was `Vivaan’ the 4th Annual Day of the  school.                                         
               
The theme was `Élan Vital’, a musical cultural extravaganza celebrating the joys of life that brought almost all the students of primary wing and senior school together on the stage.

The theme touched the hearts and souls of more than 3000 people present there. The tone and tenor of the evening was set by the school orchestra, whose rendition of `Fangs Symphony’ left everyone spellbound. The crescendo of the musical pieces was reached with the school song `We had a vision’, penned by Renuka , `Chal Chal Chal’ an award winning composition and the song created especially for the Commonwealth Games `We’re the best’ whose lyrics are composed by Anupam Kishore Gakhar.

The school Principal Nita Arora welcomed the august gathering of VIPs and parents comprising of educationists, bureaucrats, politicians and entrepreneurs. The School Chairman Sailander Solanki shared his vision for continual growth so that the children from Venkateshwar Group of schools would be setting trends in the global context.


Élan Vital - The musical ballet celebrating the love for life showed human life as a kaleidoscope of emotions; wherein one shade complements the other. It also highlighted that this very basis of human existence takes us through a myriad of experiences some bitter, some sweet, both equally important for completing the circle of life. The love for life brings forth the creative forces which herald the growth and change summoning the will to conquer the Impossible. Ginni, the musical ballet inspired by the book `Totto Chan- the Little Girl At the Window’ was presented by young performers of Classes I and II and brought awareness to us that sometimes letting children to do what they want is a good way for them to learn too. The Pre-primary students revived the traditional art of puppet theatre and left the audience truly mesmerized.

Vishu Gupta was awarded the most prestigious `Chairman’s Trophy for Excellence’. Shaunak Narindra was honoured with the `Principal’s Award for Leadership’. Strength House was awarded the spectacular rolling trophy for `Overall Excellence in Co curricular Activities’.

Five `Classes of the Semester also got glittering rolling trophies having idols of Lord Venkateshwar, the presiding deity of Venkateshwar group of Schools.

Sharod Mela 2010 - Excellent product from BANGLADESH & KOLKATA

Dash Lakshan parv celebrated in dwarka


Jain Samaj Dwarka ( Regd,) celebrated ten days long Dash Lakshan parv concluded on 26th Sept, 2010, it was fifth edition in Dwarka. According to Sh. Suresh Chand Jain ( Advisor - Jain Samaj) the idol of 1008 Shri Shantinath brough from Palam to Community Hall, Eligible Group Housing Society, Sector-10, Dwarka. The celebration includes forgiveness, worship, preachings and cultural programmes.


The executive members of Jain Samaj Sh. Sanjay Jain, Sh. Prakash Chand Jain, Sh. Vimal Prasad Jain, Sh. Sat Prakash Jain, Sh. Dinesh Jain, Sh. Roshan Lal Jain, Sh. M.K. Jain, Sh. R.K. Jain, Sh. Anil Jain, Dr. Prashanshu Jain, Smt. Monika Jainare gracing the occasion. Thousands of devotees regularly visiting the venue. Jain Samaj Dwarka(Regd.) is trying its hard to find suitable place for Jain Temple in the sub-city Dwarka.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

RTI INDIA celebrates four years of Right to Information at the Portal

Dwarka Parichay congratulates RTI India Team for creating awareness and providing a wonderful platform to discuss issues related to RTI.

More than 1,000,000 Page views a month at RTI INDIA and with more than 1,350,00 registered members, we are proud to celebrate rtiindia.org anniversary of four years today.

We are thankful to all our active members who have dedicated themselves for the cause of rightful interpretation of the Act and helping people at our portal.

We are also proud our our RTI INDIA Blogs which has around 750 blog posts spreading the views and sharing the knowledge with the community at large.

We have grown not only because of our vision, but because we have strong and dedicated team members who have worked selflessly with supreme dedication to keep the portal in order and pitching in everywhere they are required. Credit goes to the team who have ensured that not a single post go un-noticed in our portal. Please join us in acknowledging their efforts on this day of celebration.

RTI INDIA is continuously looking for new team members from amongst the active member of the portal and would expand this year to meet the growing need of active moderators and community builders.

On this day onwards, we would now like to take your suggestions on improving our Portal and expanding to new possibilities in the sphere of Right to Information. Please feel free to give us the new ideas in our suggestion forum.

Finally, we congratulate you all who have used the provisions of the Act in spearheading knowledge rights, who used this portal for helping others and who joined us as esteemed member.

Please feel free to post your views in this thread.

Thank You!
 
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RTI for better Dwarka - Keeping Road Side Clean and Pedestrian paths usable

Citizen's Reporter
Rejimon C.K.
President, Dwarka Forum


To:


Sh. Umesh Kumar
SE (HQ) DWK,
DDA, Mangla Puri
New Delhi -110045.


If any of the information sought above does not pertain to you, kindly forward it, under intimation to me, to the respective department under section 6(3) of RTI Act 2005 within 5 days receipt of application CLEARLY MENTIONING PART or FULL Application, If PART then clearly mention the question ref No.

Dear Sir,

Subject : Application under Right to Information Act.
Ref: Keeping Road Side Clean and Pedestrian paths usable.


1. Please provide the Name, Designation, Mobile No, Email ids of the respective officials, SE, XE, AE, JE for each roads including master plan roads, internal Sector roads, Drains, Sewer lanes.

2. As per pictures attached a large area of Dwarka Roads sides  have unwanted plants/grass/ loose earth lying. Please provide name of the staffs who is in DDA responsible for this timely removal. Please provide Road wise lists.

3. What is the expected date of clearing of Entire Dwarka as per DDA Schedule and Records

4. As per pictures attached a large area of Dwarka Pedestrian paths have unwanted plants/ grass/ loose earth lying. Please provide who is in DDA responsible for this timely removal.

5. What is the expected date of clearing of Entire Dwarka

6. As per pictures attached a large area of Dwarka Pedestrain paths have missing manholes/ slabs Please provide who is in DDA responsible for this timely restoration of damaged manholes/s labs etc

7. What is the expected date of completion of Entire Dwarka without Manhole/Slab Open

8. As per UTTIPEC website and direction the pedestrian paths have to be in compliance with new design notified by UTTIPEC.

a) Please provide have DDA Dwarka build all new pedestrian paths are in confirm with this design

b) what is the proposal as per record to rectify the design defective and unusable of existing pedestrian paths of Dwarka and bringing it par with UTTPIEC design as specified herewith   http://www.uttipec.nic.in/Pedestrian Guidelines-30Nov09-UTTPEC-DDA.pdf

Please provide the all requested information as above IN ENGLISH and once the information is received as per request and as per RTI the inspection of the records/files will be done in coordination with concerned departments (please indicate date and time). If any charges to be paid for photocopies kindly mentions the number of pages and amount. If any information available on the department website, kindly mention the link in the answers.

I am enclosing a postal order number 88E 400629 (Issued by Lodhi Road PO) dated 22/9/2010. I am leaving the payee blank. Kindly fill up the appropriate name.


Thanking you,
Rejimon C. K
President-Dwarka Forum(Regd)

Note: Dear Dwarkaites, if you find any long pending problem ( Security, Sanitation, Water, Transport etc.). No body is listening - DDA, DJB, DP, BSES, RCS.. Councillor, MLA, MP... Do not wait ! BE SINGLE MAN ARMY! Just file  a RTI with the agency/ department for quick solution/ information.

RTI is very easy, effective and quick.

For further guidance on RTI ask at  Dwarka Forum . Download  general RTI Guide.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

National Capital of Crime and Corruption



Hari Dev Goyal            

Formerly Professor of Economics, LBS
National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie (U. P.)


Delhi has the proud distinction of being the National Capital of Crime and Corruption which has been guiding Light House for other States and Union Territories. Crime and Corruption thrive leaps and bounds as there is clear lack of Political and administrative will.   
A common man (justice-deprived Indian) feels happy reading “At DDA Office, you tout it out”. A seasoned bureaucrat Mr. A. K. Nigam’s reply that “In cases the documents are in order, the Citizen’s Charter is followed in most transactions” and not in all transactions speaks volumes about cover up.  
 2.        Ground reality is that the dealing assistants in Land Administration Branch (LAB) Housing processing cases of Leasehold, Conversion, Mutation, Conveyance Deed for  DDA built-up flats consider Mr. Nigam, their Vice-Chairman just a non-entity as they have the blessings and patronage of their immediate officers like Commissioner (Housing), Directors and Deputy Directors. To prove it, I have cases like Conveyance Deed executed in 1986 by the Sub-Registrar after paying stamp duty is not honoured  and acceptable to the concerned dealing assistant. Similarly, demand letters issued by the Deputy Directors (earlier one Shri V.P. Bansal and of the present one Shri Mahavir Singh) are not acceptable.  He wants that some tout should come to him for paying his unofficial charges and not the Allottee. Public hearings on Mondays and Thursdays are just eye wash. (Names may be skipped)
     
3.         Second major issue in this corrupt organisation is that DDA does not comply with the orders and directions of Central information Commissioners.  An Order (No. CIC/LS/A/2009/248) passed by Shri M. L. Sharma Central Information Commissioner in CIC on 31.3.2009 asking the concerned Deputy Director to supply information to the appellant within four weeks has still not been provided. The Order has not been complied with despite numerous reminders to Shri Wajahat Habibullah, Shri M. L. Sharma and the concerned Deputy Director of Delhi Development Authority. RTI applicant and CIC both are HELPLESS in getting information sought and orders implemented by DDA.

Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication Organizes Eighth Film Festival “ We Care” on Disability

UNESCO, National Trust, AAFT, National Institute of Hearing Handicapped and UN Information Centre join hands together as Film Festival associates for this noble cause.

New Delhi, 28 September 2010: Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication announces the eighth edition of the annual international travelling festival of documentary films on disability issues titled “We Care Film fest” from September 27th - 29th, 2010. The festival is an advocacy tool meant to bring about attitudinal and behavioral changes on approaches to disability, promote the inclusion of people with disabilities, and rid others of misconceptions, myths and prejudices surrounding disability issues.

The festival is being organized by AIMC with association of non-governmental organization such as Brotherhood, UN Information Centre for India and Bhutan, the UNESCO, National Trust, AAFT and AYJ National Institute of Hearing Handicapped. The festival will cover various venues across the country and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) member-nations. Students of mass communication and journalism from several institutions of Delhi and the National Capital Region took part in the festival. The AIMC will also organize a workshop on “Media and Disability” for media students.

In the presence of Major H.P.S. Ahluwalia (Padma Vibhushan and Everest Hero), Mr. Rajiv Chnadran (National Information Officer, UN Information Centre), Mr. B.B. Nagpal (Noted Film Critic) the festival started and was attend by hundreds of students. The theme of the festival is the “Dignity & Justice for all of us”. The movies screened today were Beyond Borders (Israel), Me (India),More than Walking (India), White Balance (Isarel) and Waiting for you (India).

On the occasion Mrs. Sushma Berlia, President, Apeejay Education Society, said, “We are very happy to conduct this film festival where not only our students but also the society will get the chance to watch award winning National and International documentary movies. The purpose of this festival is to spread awareness among the students and society. Being the responsible citizen we all have some responsibility towards them and we should do the needful without fail.”

The Film festival will reach out to a wider number of people thereby giving them a chance to understand the problems faced by differently-abled persons through the satellite channel “Nav Shikhar” launched by the Rehabilitation Council of India in association with the Indian Space Research Organisation and the Media Lab Asia. On the third day, the film festival will be opened for local Residents' Welfare Associations (RWA). The audience at all venues will also be given a certificate of participation.


About AIMC

Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication (AIMC), a part of the Apeejay Education Society was set up from the academic year 2003. The exponential growth in the entertainment and media industry has necessitated the need to set up an independent state-of-the-art Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication catering to the growing demands of students interested in pursuing career in print journalism, advertising, public relations, event management and also acquiring necessary skills in Television News, Videography, Video Editing programme making and programming for Bollywood.

POLICE WILL REGISTER FIR IN ALL CASES OF SNATCHING

M K Gupta

Police will register FIR in all cases of snatching; this assurance was given by the ACP, Shri Surendra Kumar to the Dwarka Forum.  He said that in case residents face any problem on this score, they can complaint to him on his mobile. He also said that he will take care that the metal detectors installed at the entry of markets work properly.  The Rejimon, President, Dwarka Forum suggested that to save these detectors from rain, they can be covered from plastic sheets. ACP said that he is aware about the open drinking near the wine shops especially at sector 6 and 23 markets and he will ensure that these are stopped.  He also showed concerned about the non-working streetlights particularly at Metro station of Sector 10 and along side the metro track. He said that the CCTV cameras will be installed at the strategic locations in market and other places. The Dwarka Forum said that in some areas, about 80% lights are non-working and DERC has written to the BSES on this issue. The Dwarka Forum asked for a copy of the letter written by the police for the streetlights to take up the matter with the DDA and BSES directly. He said that in view of the forthcoming festival season, women should exercise special caution against the chain snatching etc. and all other residents should be more vigilant.  He said that if the residents notice any laxity at the different beats, the matter should be brought to his knowledge.  Members also demanded that some venders, thela/rehriwalas should be allowed to sell vegetables due to the paucity of weekly bazaars as it is fruits and vegetables are essential for survival.
The meeting held on Saturday, 25th September was attended by Shri Regimon, Sushil Kumar, M. K. Gupta of Dwarka Forum, Mr. Dhunta from Sector 8, representatives from sector 13, 22 and 23 (Shri Khetrapal, Sh. DC Mathur and Sh. Chawala) and others. It was decided that one more meeting will be held after a fortnight to review the progress and to hold further discussions.


Dwarka Forum call upon all the residents to insist for registration of FIR if any unfortunate case of snatching takes place and in case of non-co-operation from the police, inform to ACP and Dwarka Forum. The step will definitely lead to the reduction of such case as the police will be under pressure from the higher authorities due to increased rate of such crime.

Dwarka Forum urges the residents that in case of any suspicion, please inform the police on 1090, send SMS to Senior Police Officer on their mobile. CGHS Managements/ RWAs should also form forward to hold periodical police-public meetings in different sectors. As Dwarka need CCTV cameras on its entry and exit points, residents can suggest sponsors for this. They are also advised to use metro/ DTC/ undertake car-pools in place of using individual vehicles instead of individual vehicle.

Monday, September 27, 2010

MBS International School, Dwarka held Investiture Ceremony

Nurturing the Parent’s Partnership in Education

MBS International School held Investiture Ceremony on 25th Sep’2010. It was a momentous occasion not only for the school but also for the parents of the school.

Parents of Council members were especially invited for conferring the “Badges of Responsibility” upon their wards. It was a moment of pride & honor for each parent.

The investiture ceremony commenced with lighting of ceremonial lamp by Mr. & Mrs. Parmod Chaursia, parents of the School Captain & Director MBS Ms Veena Raizada

The School Council comprises of School Captain – Arjun Chaurasia , Sports Captain – Priyanshu Gupta , the Cultural Captain – Gursimran Kaur and the Captains and Vice Captains of four houses. Every member of Students’ Council when called on the stage was brimming with enthusiasm & confidence.

Tagore House, named after the first Asian Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore is led by Shobit Singh as Captain & Kartik Sherawat as Vice- Captain. For them the green colour signifying growth & prosperity of the Mother Nature is an inspiration to work with motto “Aspire to Inspire” .They pledged to keep alive the sensitivity of hearts towards fellow being & Mother Nature. They believe that each student of their house would strive to become sentinel of peace & harmony.

The House Captain Himanshi Poddar and Siddharth Sane as Vice Captain will lead CURIE HOUSE, named after the scientist Madame Curie, whose discovery led the way to a new era for medical knowledge. The motto of this red color house ‘Knowledge is Power’ rightly stimulates energy, brings confidence to scale new heights for these young leaders of this house.

TERESA HOUSE named after Mother Teresa whose selfless services to help those in needs have given her the recognition as a model humanitarian. The blue color of this house motivates the House Captain Saloni Jain and Vice Captain Babita Bisht to help all children imbibe her virtues of trustworthiness, dependability and commitment to serve the mankind. The house motto ‘Service before Self’ aptly signifies the belief of house members

Truth alone Triumphs’ is the motto of VIVEKANADA HOUSE named after Swami Vivekananda.” His words “Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached.” inspire the House Captain Aryan Balapure and Vice Captain Abhinav Singh to have hope and optimism, strive hard to bring glory and success to their house.

Director MBS and Parents of Council members jointly handed over the School flag to School Captain and House flags to House Captains.

Head Mistress administered the oath of office. The council pledged to discharge their duties to the best of their ability for the glory and honor of the school. They all promised to uphold and honor the school’s motto ‘Where Mind, Body and Soul amalgamate into one!Ms. Parmod Chaursia while addressing the students advised them to shoulder the responsibilities assigned to them with honesty, sincerity and dedication.

The Executive Director of the school, Ms Veena Raizada requested all parents to spend time with their children to get a daily feedback of various activities held at school. She stated that an integrated curriculum that encompasses curricular, co-curricular, sports and right mix of technology will help each MBSian to shape into a persona with global outlook. She stressed that in the competitive world of today academics alone was not enough to help children excel. We, as parents and teaching faculty, need to interact regularly for moulding and motivating the young minds and prepare them for life.

The ceremony concluded with an inspiring motivational song by students, followed by the National Anthem.

First PHOTO exhibition at MBS International School

MBS International School Dwarka took a unique concept in hosting first photographic exhibition in the school premises.
Dwarka Photographers’ Forum organized a two days Photo Exhibition titled Kaleidoscope of Life on 25th and 26th September, 2010 at MBS International School, Sector XI, Dwarka which was inaugurated by Shri Rajesh Gehlot, Deputy Mayor of Delhi in the presence of eminent social workers, media, school management, parents, children, visitors and members of Dwarka Photographers’ Forum.

Shri Gehlot spent ample time with every participants and evinced keen interest in the display and expressed his happiness about bringing forth the idea of organizing a Photo Exhibition, the first of its kind in Dwarka, to evoke the interest of Dwarkaites in various facets of life.
Eight participants, namely, Swati Gupta, Harsh Guleria, Satbir Malhotra, Dr. Ashwani Kumar, Dr. Dinesh Sethi, Ashish Mamgain, Vishal Gupta and P K Datta representing different streams of life, i.e. Students, Finance, Medicine, Media and Naturalist displayed their collection. Sh Sarad Sharma - Editor, Times of India, Ms Swati Khanwalkar, Sh. S S Dogra - Mg Editor Dwarka Parichay, Sh. Mukesh Sinha - Dwarka City, Sh. Robin Sharma - Dwarka Vyapar Mandal, Sh. Gulshan Kumar - Chairman MBS International School were also present and appreciated the marvelous efforts of the photographers. The photo exhibition was enjoyed and appreciated by approx 200 visitors including well known personalities of Dwarka.


Ms Veena Raizada - Director of MBS International School also impressed with the exhibition and informed Dwarka Parichaythe people should come forward  for such kind of creativity".

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Thanks Dwarkaites for whole heartly participation


Dwarkaites particiapted whole heartly in today collection camp and contributed. One full truck material was collected.



Goonj will organize two more collection camps during joy of giving week 2010, as per following details.

2nd October (Saturday): Infront (Footpath) Brahma Apartments, Plot No. 7, Sector-7


3rd October (Sunday): Infront (Footpath) New Millennium Apt., Plot No. 2, Sector-23


Volunteers: Arvind Agrawal-9899974319 & Anjali Agrawal- 9811654042

Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication organizes eighth film festival “ We Care” on Disability

UNESCO, National Trust, AAFT, National Institute of Hearing Handicapped and UN Information Centre join hands together as Film Festival associates for this noble cause

 Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication announces the eighth edition of the annual international travelling festival of documentary films on disability issues titled “We Care Film fest” on September 27, 2010. The festival is an advocacy too meant to bring about attitudinal and behavioral changes on approaches to disability, promote the inclusion of people with disabilities, and rid others of misconceptions, myths and prejudices surrounding disability issues.

The festival is being organized by AIMC with association of non-governmental organization such as Brotherhood, UN Information Centre for India and Bhutan, the UNESCO, National Trust, AAFT and AYJ National Institute of Hearing Handicapped. The festival will cover various venues across the country and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) member-nations. Students of mass communication and journalism from several institutions of Delhi and the National Capital Region will take part in the festival. The AIMC will also organize a workshop on “Media and Disability” for media students.

On the first day we will have the honour of having among us the Major H.P.S. Ahluwalia (Padma Vibhushan and Everest Hero), Mr. Rajiv Chnadran (National Information Officer, UN Information Centre), Mr. B.B. Nagpal (Noted Film Critic).

The Film festival will reach out to a wider number of people thereby giving them a chance to understand the problems faced by differently-abled persons through the satellite channel “Nav Shikhar” launched by the Rehabilitation Council of India in association with the Indian Space Research Organisation and the Media Lab Asia. On the third day, the film festival will be opened for local Residents' Welfare Associations (RWA). The audience at all venues will also be given a certificate of participation.


About AIMC
Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication (AIMC), a part of the Apeejay Education Society was set up from the academic year 2003. The exponential growth in the entertainment and media industry has necessitated the need to set up an independent state-of-the-art Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication catering to the growing demands of students interested in pursuing career in print journalism, advertising, public relations, event management and also acquiring necessary skills in Television News, Videography, Video Editing programme making and programming for Bollywood.

POWER-PRANAYAMA to Cure Deadly Diseases

Prevention is always better than Cure

GEETA
SPIRITUAL HEALER


The Practice of Pranayama: An In-Depth Guide to the Yoga of Breath (includes 7 CDs)POWER-PRANAYMA is a highly effective and intensive rhythmic breathing technique. If it is practiced regularly with empty stomach for 45 to 90 days all chronic, incurable or deadly diseases like cancer, liver cirrhosis, hepatitis B, Parkinson, diabetes, HIV, asthma, allergies, are cured with 80-90% results. All diseases of lungs, heart, brain and kidney are permanently cured. Any type of tumour, cyst or gland in the body dissolves completely without any surgery.



POWER-PRANAYAMA Technique
Sit in a comfortable cross-legged position.
Close your eyes and relax your whole body.

Stage oneTake 4 very slow and deep breaths from both nostrils.

Pranayama: May Our Breath Be Our PrayerStage two· Close your right nostril [R.N] with the thumb of right hand
· Inhale slowly through left nostril [L.N.]
· Close [L.N.]with the middle and ring finger of right hand
· Exhale slowly through [R.N.]
· Inhale very slowly through [R.N.]
· Close your [R.N] with the thumb of right hand
· Exhale slowly through left nostril [L.N.]
Repeat the above breathing exercise for 5 minutes or 10 cycles per session in this manner
Close [R.N.] ---inhale from [L.N.] ---close [L.N.] --- exhale from [R.N.] ---inhale from [R.N.] --- close [R.N.] ---exhale from [L.N.].

Stage three
· Close the left nostril with the thumb of left hand.
· Now exhale air rapidly by right nostril by quick strokes, like 50 exhales in a minute. In this process only the stomach muscles should contract per stroke. Contraction of abdominal muscles helps to evacuate the lungs by raising the diaphragm.
Secret Power of Tantrik Breathing: Techniques for Attaining Health, Harmony, and Liberation· Now take a very slow and deep breath from the [R.N.]
· Closed the [R.N.] right nostril by the thumb of right hand.
· Immediately exhale the air from the [L.N.] very slowly.
· Now rapidly exhale air from your [L.N.] 50 exhales per minute.
· Take a slow and a deep breath from your [L.N.]
· Closed the [L.N.] by thumb of left hand.
· Immediately exhale very slowly from your [R.N.]
· Repeat the whole set of cycle for25 minutes or 10 cycles per session in this manner:
closed the [L.N.]---50 rapids exhales from the [R.N.]---one deep inhale from the [R.N.]---closed the [R.N.]---slowly exhale from the [L.N.]---rapid 50 exhales from the [L.N.]---take one deep and slow breath through the [L.N.]---closed the [L.N.]---exhale air from your [R.N.]

Stage four
Now take 4 very slow and deep breaths from both nostrils.

Precautions· Gradually increase the time for POWER-PRANYAMA from 5 minutes to 35 minutes
· For chronic diseases practice the POWER-PRANAYMA twice a day in the morning and in the
evening
· If pain or dizziness is experienced immediately stop the practice till the sensation has passed
· Quick exhalations should not be very forceful.

· POWER- PRANAYAMA should not practice by those
a. Suffering from heart disease
b. In high blood pressure
c. Having hernia
d. During pregnancy
e. Having stomach ulcer

Apeejay School of Management Organized its 12th Convocation

Apeejay School of Management, New Delhi, India’s one of the leading educational institutions, today organized its 12th Convocation ceremony at its Dwarka campus. Mrs. Sushma Berlia, President, Apeejay Education Society, delivered the convocation address and conferred Diplomas upon 451 graduating students. Mrs. Berlia also administered ‘Graduating Oath’ of ethical conduct to all recipients of the Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Apeejay School of Management is among the pioneers in administering the ‘Management Graduation Oath’ to foster ethical behaviour amongst budding managers.
‘Young managers need to work toward inclusive growth in order to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor’, observed Mrs Berlia while delivering the Convocation address. ‘All our efforts should conform to human values so that economic inequality may shrink’, she added. Mrs Berlia urged the graduating students to work sincerely to realize their dreams and encouraged them to struggle for success even in times of crises and rejection. She paid glowing tributes to Late Dr Stya Paul, Founder Chairman, Apeejay Education Society, in her convocation address. Mrs Berlia told the students that Dr. Stya Paul had succeeded despite all odds and handicaps because he always had utmost faith in his dreams.

In the convocation 30 students received medals for their outstanding performance. Nine students received gold medals for overall outstanding performance in different programmes while eight students received silver medals for being second topper in different programmes. Thirteen students received silver medal for outstanding performance in different subject areas viz. Human Resource Management, Marketing and Finance.

Earlier, Dr Alok Saklani, Director, Apeejay School of Management, presented an annual report and outlined the accomplishments of the institute in education, research, and publications. The convocation ceremony was attended by a galaxy of scholars, members of the Governing Body and Academic Council, graduating students and their parents.

About Apeejay School of Management:-
Apeejay school of Management is one of the few A++ rated and among top 2% private business schools of India which was set up as center of excellence under the Aegis of Apeejay Education Society(AES) in 1993 as part of holistic vision of distinguished philanthropist Dr. Stya Paul. The ASM strives to develop competent and relevant manpower for the twenty first century needs of trade, business, and industry.

About Apeejay Education Society:-
Apeejay Education Society - a non-profit educational body committed to the cause of education - was established by him in 1967. The AES is a social commitment of the Apeejay Stya and Svran Group – a highly diversified industrial conglomerate. Today Apeejay Education society has 29 educational institutions all over India associated with 32000 students of different category mentored by 2200 teachers and faculty members having the privilege of generating 60,000 strong alumni network through more than 80 courses to become leaders in fields as varied as Management, Engineering, Information Technology, Architecture, Art, Design, Marketing and Mass Communication. All institutions of higher learning at Apeejay are affiliated to reputed Indian Universities and Boards, meeting rigorous quality standards and stipulations set by various University certification bodies under the UGC in India.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

HC BOOST FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION

QUOTE FROM THE ORDER OF JUSTICE S N DHINGRA
NOW PUBLIC MEN CAN UNDERTAKE STING OPERATIONS TO EXPOSE CORRUPTION
(In the case against Aniruddha Bahal and Sushasini Raj, Journalists)

M K Gupta,
Free Lance Journalist


A country can’t defended only by taking a gun and going to the border at the time of war. The country is to be defended day I and day out by being vigilant and alert and by bringing forth corruption at higher level.. it is built in duties of every citizen to strive for a corruption-free society and expose corruption whenever it comes to his/ her knowledge.”

“When corruption in this country has taken deep roots, citizens are permitted to act as agent provocateurs to bring out and expose and uproot corruption.To show to what extent state managers are corrupt, acting as agent provocateurs doesn’t amount to committing a crime”.

“Police didn’t seem interested in registration of an FIR even after knowing about the corruption. If police had really been interested they would have registered an FIR on the very next day of airing of the papers of TV channels.” Police seem to have acted again as “his masers voice” of persons in power when it registered FIR only against the middlemen and journalists and one or two other persons sparing large number of MP’s whose names figured in the tapes,” an anguished high court noted.

The honesty of even judges should be put on test, as suggested by Chanakya in Arthashastra.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Bhagat Chandra Hospital organized Health Hangama

Bhagat Chandra Hospital Groups in association with MBS International School, Dwarka organized Health Hangama with grand success. According to Ghanshyam – PRO , of the Hospital, more than hundred people were thoroughly checked up for BP Sugar, Hemoglobin etc. Dr. C.M. Bhagat – Director of the hospital informed Dwarka Parichay that preventive Health care & interactive Question & Answer session was the main attraction of the show.
Dr. S Kumar, Dr. Rajesh Kalita, Dr. Neeraj Gupta, Dr. Kamal Parwal, Dr. Anupama Khanna, Dr. Divya Sharma, Dr. H. Bavishi, Dr. S. Gaur, Dr. Ashish, Dr. Kiran Garg delivered important tips to the public who attended the session. Every participant received trophy which were facilitated by Pardhuman Rajput – local MLA. Even Sh. Mahabal Mishra – MP , attended this useful interaction. Well Baby Show, Fancy Dress Competition, Magic Show from Magician J. S. Babbar were received abundance appreciation.

KALEIDOSCOPE OF LIFE - on 25 & 26 th Sept. at MBS International School, Sector -11, Dwarka



DWARKA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FORUM

invites you to its first

PHOTO EXHIBITION

“KALEIDOSCOPE OF LIFE”

on 25th & 26th Sept. 2010

from 10 AM to 5 PM

at

 ( Behind Rama Appartment )


For more detail please contact: P.K. Datta - 9810169955

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FREE Health Consultation camp on 26 th September

 
is Organising  A free health check up camp
Health: The Basics (8th Edition) at Badhwar CGHS, Sector-6, plot no-3 on 26th September from 9.30 am to 2 pm.
The camp is being organized by Dwarka City in association with Dwarka Chitragupta Samaj, Neighbourhood Ladies Get Together, Association of Suffering Members of CGHS and Dwarka Parichay. The Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, Vasant Kunj will be providing medical check-up facilities. There will be free tests of Blood Sugar, BP, Height, Weight and BMI. Consultation will be provided regarding General Surgery of gall bladder, stone, piles and hernia. Free consultations with specialists for joint problem and free consultation with physiotherapist will be given. "The management committee and its members has appreciated the efforts of the organisers and have always taken initiative for such social cause" Says the president. All are requested to avail the facility of the free camp. For details call-9810432185.
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Nanhe Chitrakar II started in Dwarka


The Nanhe Chitrakar II (on the spot painting competition) has begun with its first event in Rajanigandha Apartment sec 10 Dwarka on 19th Sep, Sunday. This mega event is a series of the screening level events in different housing societies and schools. P N Satpathy inaugurated it and the prize distribution was done by the H B Singh. The contest divided in three age groups i) 5 to 8 , ii) 9 to 12 and iii) 13 to 16 years. The winners were in Group A) Vaanyaa Kallur, Gaurangi and Arahant, B) Shubhangi Satpathy, Anurag and Dhruvi Khanna and C) Tarun Sudhams, Archit Vashisth and Subhashish Satpathy. In screening level events three participants in each age group select to participate in Grand Finale. Screening level events will take
place in Dwarka, Janak Puri and Vikas Puri.


ROOTS is organizing it with the associates like media partner Dainik Jagran City Plus, online media partner http://www.dwarkaparichay.com/ , Gifts sponsored by Amrapali Kala Peeth Sec 8 Dwarka. The events sponsored by Birthdayvala.com the premium venture of its segment.
The General Secy. of Roots Upendra Kaushik informed that,” we are getting immense response from the parents and the management committees of the housing societies. We are trying to keep it up to
the mark to
fulfill the expectation of the participants and their parents.”


The President Manoj Sharma said,” We are expending the area to involve more and more children and diversifying it in Arts, Sports and Music & dance etc. to emerge as a good versatile platform for children.

Our aim is to
bring them in play ground or working desks and keep them away from TV
or long sitting on computers.”
Participation Certificates will be awarded to each participants.

Next event will be held on 26th September, at three different places

Happy Home,
Apartment Sec 7, Dwarka at 10 am,
Dwarkadheesh Apartment Sec 12, Dwarka at 5pm and
AG
1 Vikas Puri at 11 am. 
Call for registration - Upendra Kaushik - 9582212680

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RTI for a better Dwarka - Dwarka Sector 22-Underpass Water Logging

Citizen's Reporter
Rejimon C.K.



To:
Sh. Umesh Kumar
SE (HQ) DWK,
DDA, Mangla Puri
New Delhi -110045.

If any of the information sought above does not pertain to you, kindly forward it, under intimation to me, to the respective department under section 6(3) of RTI Act 2005 within 5 days receipt of application CLEARLY MENTIONING PART or FULL Application, If PART then clearly mention the question ref No.

Dear Sir,

Subject : Application under Right to Information Act.
Ref: Dwarka Sector 22-Underpass Water Logging

Ref: RTI Reply to Shri. Sanjeev Goyal ref no. PM2/FO/F1/28(09)/Sanjeev/RTI/DDA/617 28/8/2009
Ref: RTI application dated 18/9/2009 and Reply to Shri. Anoop Rohera ref no. xx

1. Water Pumps at Under pass Dwarka sector 21 underpass.
a. As per RTI Application dated 18/9/2009 and Reply para No. 2 provided that 14 PUMPS were installed. Where as on record found only 9-10 pumps. Even the DDA staffs verbally told us only 11 pumps. The Operators staffs told us 9 pumps. Please provide actual No of pumps in working on dates of flooded underpass (15/8/2010, 22, Sept 2010 and ??? )

b. Based on what water volume the 14 Pumps were recommended.
c. Have these 14 pumps were ever installed ?
d. What is the capacity of each pumps.
e. What is the capacity of DG Supply to water pumps.
f. Are the existing DG supply sufficient to handle all the water pumps?.
g. Have any recommendation/suggestion on records to increase the capacity of Water Pumps ?
h. Have any recommendation/suggestion on records to increase the capacity of DG ?
i. Please provide the name of the current contractor along with copy of the work order and contract to be disclosed u/s 4 of RTI Act 2005 under DDA official website.
j. Please provide a copy of the Report submitted by Chief Engineer(Design) and Chief Engineer (QC) as Ref in letter No. (PM2/FO/F1(28)/2007/702 dated 22/8/2007.
2. Electrical division responsible for Under Pass:

a. Please provide the Name,Designation,Mobile No, Email of the respective officials, SE, XE, AE,JE electrical for management/operation/monitoring of the under pass.

b. Please provide site visit Log book, Diary and notes for the dates on which under pass flooded and vehicle movment restricted/stopped.

c. Please provide reason for not answering to telephone calls by citizen to telephone no 9212115796 by Shri. Kuldeep Arora, EE-Electrical during the crisis on 22 Sept 2010.

d. Have any of the electrical supervising found delinquency and inefficient in monitoring the contractors work and handling the emergency/disaster of water logging situation?

e. Have the contract have any penalty clause, if so highlight the points.

3. Preventing water logging initiative on records:

a. Please provide as per records initiative taken by DDA to ensure in the next rain the under pass is not water logged?

b. Have Water raising marks were put at this site?

c. Have DDA displayed through visible boards to contact Senior/junior officials contact numbers for round the clock by public in the event of water logging situation

d. What is the current volume of water reach at this underpass even after building huge storm water drain by PWD.

e. Please provide current status of connecting the Pushpanjali side drain with PWD storm water Drain.

f. Expected date of Interlinking Drains as per schedule.
g. Have DDA inspected the Pushpanjali side of the drain have illegal connection by any of the farm houses to pump their water to this drain without approval?

Please provide the all requested information as above IN ENGLISH and once the information is received as per request and as per RTI the inspection of the records/files will be done in coordination with concerned departments(please indicate date and time). If any charges to be paid for photocopies kindly mentions the number of pages and amount. If any information available on the department website, kindly mention the link in the answers.

I am enclosing a postal order number 88E 400631 (Issued by Lodhi Road PO) dated 23/9/2010. I am leaving the payee blank. Kindly fill up the appropriate name.


Thanking you,
Rejimon C. K
President-Dwarka Forum (Regd)

Welcome to Solar Battery Powered Rickshaws in Dwarka

The Sun
Solar Battery Powered Rickshaws ( Soleckshaws) - developed by Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute ( CMERI), Durgapur - a constituent of CSIR, India - is being demonstrated and a few distributed to the traditional rickshaw pullers on Saturday September 25th, 2010, during a function being organized between 1000 hrs to 1200 hrs, at Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences, Sector 2, Dwarka. This function is being organised jointly by Sahas Foundation and Dwarka Science Forum. There will be an exhibition of Children's books and Science Toys by Jodo Gyan.


All are invited to attend this function.

On behalf of Sahas Foundation and Dwarka Science Foundation

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Classical Dance & Music by Kids from Dwarka

Classical Dance & Music by Kids from Dwarka

Date :  24th Sept 2010 FRIDAY at 6 PM onwards.

Venue
Prashanti Dham, Saibaba Mandir, Sector 9 ,
Behind IIT (Integrated Institute of Technology) Church

under the banner of SUR TAAL

Contact person: 9899058733

DJA urges journalists to take a balance approach on Ayodha verdict

S.S. DOGRA

In view of Ayodha verdict, which has been deferred by at least five days by the Supreme Court, Delhi Journalists Association (DJA) has urged all journalists of electronic channels and daily newspapers to do balance reporting and not to sensalise the issue.

Senior editors and journalists deliberating on a discussion organized by DJA at Deputy Speaker Hall in Constitution Club said that the media should set aside their opinions on the judgement and not make any hurried and impetuous pronouncements.

It is being sensed that forces on both sides could use the easy-to-offend types in both communities to provoke discontent over the judgement.

In the latest development, the verdict on the suit has been deferred by at least five days by the Supreme Court, which was scheduled to be delivered on Friday by the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court. The Supreme Court will hear a plea before it again on Tuesday, September 28.

Senior journalists like Alok Mehta, Rajendra Prabhu, Ram Bahadur Rai, Arvind Ghosh and several others deliberated on the issue. It has been insisted upon that reporting has to be done on the actual facts and there should not be any commentative approach so that crediblity remains intact and there is no prejudice on the issue.

Singapore vis a vis Delhi: What is the difference?

Vijay K. Saluja
Senior Fellow, Insitute of Social Sciences, New Delhi
CE[c], NDMC


I am on a brief visit to Singapore. Coming from Delhi to this city , one immediately observes what a world class city contains, should be & can proudly boast of?

The first class experience starts right from the moment you arrive & enter its sparkling Changi airport. No hassles of any kind,-clean toilets, efficient bags collection, availability of tourist information brochures about the city`s various places of interest etc etc & immediate availability of very well maintained taxis, to name a few. One has not to stand in any queue of pre-paid taxis! Infact it is not required here.

Drive from the city to one of the HDB [Housing Development Board] residential complex was indeed a comforting drive-smooth ,lane-discipline, roads are excellent, flanked by lovely trees & well manicured green spaces, proper road signages of various kinds & all traffic lights in proper operational order. One hardly sees any traffic policeman on the way!

Fare is indicated on the meters installed in the taxi & on arrival at the destination is accepted with due courtesy & thanks by the driver,who is an elderly person.
I ask myself, why we can not have a situation like this in our Delhi?

This is the beginning of my sojourn in Singapore.

STRAITS TIMES is one of the widely read English newspaper in the city. It costs ninty cents equivalent of approx thirty one Indian rupees. Media Corp is the English TVchannel. To know about the various happenings in the city, I daily read the said morning newspaper & watch the TV channel.

.The `paper` makes it a point to devote some of its pages to the efforts and views of the community in making their neighbourhood better & properly maintained. There is active People Association. The Minister Mentor [Mr Lee Kuan Yew] the prime minister, the local MPS, the community representatives, take very active interest in the day to day welfare of the community & the citizens. The city, its clean & green residential areas, numerous malls, various eating joints/ food courts, traffic on the roads, give an appearance of total orderliness. Why is it all happening, what is it due to, I will discuss in the next part of the article, after ascertaining more details

In today`s [23rd Sep] STRAITS TIMES, there is a news on the top page with the heading COMMONWEALTH GAMES:10 DAYS TO GO, Event on a knife`s Edge` by South Asia Bureau Chief. On its second page another news with heading `World watching India as things fall apart` It makes very dismal reading about CWG fiasco!

While I read these news, I feel embarrassed. News on ZEE TV also tell about massive floods in North India & miserable state of the flood affected besides the state of Games Village.

I really wonder what sort of effect, these news will be making on the local population & their reaction towards so many Indians who stay, work & visit here in droves for shopping etc.

There is also another news on the front page. `Jail for attempted bribe` which informs about a Singaporean who tried to bribe a Malaysian traffic policeman with Singporean twenty one dollars after being caught speeding being given a one-day jail sentence and also with a fine of 4200 Singaporean dollars by a Malaysian court.

My thoughts go to the state of affairs in my own Delhi & really wish when our city will be actual World Class City!

I feel, the leadership & the bureaucracy will have to have a different attitude & mindset to bring change for the better. They need to be imbued with vision, selflessness & take the help of its vast resource-its citizens who have to also play pro-active role in becoming active partner in governance. The government must train & empower them.

Long way to go? But, time to start that journey is now.

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Clarification of DDA regarding CWG 2010

Neemo Dhar
Commissioner (PR)/ DDA



It has been reported in certain sections of media that the management of Common Wealth Games Village has been transferred from DDA to Delhi Govt. In this connection, we would like to clarify that DDA is not managing the Common Wealth Games Village during the games. After having the flats constructed, same were handed over by DDA to ITDCITDC to Organizing Committee for management during the period of games. As OC was having certain problems in maintenance, DDA was assisting Organizing Committee. Besides DDA, officers appointed by Cabinet Sectt., Govt. of india, MCD and Lt. Governor’s Sectt. had also been assisting the Organizing Committee in the management of the village. Since yesterday i.e. 22-9-10, Delhi Govt. has also come forward to help Organizing Committee by contributing services of 11 Danic officers in making the games a success. Therefore, there is no question of handing/taking over as the management of the village is with the Organizing Committee only.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

POWER OF RTI

M K Gupta

An applicant, Amit has applied for passport on 2nd June and after waiting for about one and half months, he filed an RTI application, first appeal for information and complaint for non-receipt of reply. On 14th September, Regional Passport Office called him personally over phone and on demand, he submitted three personal particular forms and he was handed over passport the next day i.e on 15th though after there and half month. Applicant has not paid even a single paisa for the reissue of passport to anyone but spent some amount (about Rs. 100) for filing RTI application, appeal and complaint and got the passport.

The CPIO has given wrong information stating generally passport is issued within 40-45 days if the file is in order while the website state that the reissue (renewal) of passport takes 15 days and fresh passport take 30 days. (Obviously after the receipt of clear police verification). He has also stated that he has sent objection letter on 11th August which the applicant never received. The reply has also been pre-dated as this was booked by speed post on 10th Sept but the date on the letter mentioned is 26th August.

Seeing his success, one of his colleagues is also filing an RTI application. He told that he applied for the passport four months ago but had not heard any thing till date.

Crime and punishment

Joginder Singh ji
Former Director - CBI

Every effort is made by our politicians to subvert the dictum that no matter how high you are, the law is higher than you

Political interference in the workings of the Government is practised by none other than politicians themselves. The Supreme Court has held that “however high you may be, the law is above you”. In practice, however, our leadership is often condoned for bending the law to suit their narrow political and personal ends. This is particularly true in today’s era of coalitions.

Small parties are running Government Departments under their charge as their personal fiefdoms. They are absolutely sure that the major partner in the coalition on whom they are riding piggyback cannot afford to annoy them. Their interference in the day-to-day functioning of the Government is not practised with a view to improve the administration but to promote the interests of their own party. Trouble arises when the Ministers want departmental heads or other officials to bypass regulations in order to favour candidates of their own preference.

The chairman and managing director of a public sector fertiliser company had to resign from his job recently for not following the diktat of the Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers. An infrequent visitor to New Delhi, the Minister had reportedly ordered the transfer of his former Secretary for not carrying out his wishes.

In a separate case, a Supreme Court bench has taken an adverse view of the conduct of the then Maharashtra Chief Minister, now a Union Minister. Earlier, the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court had expressed its anguish on the interference of the same person in favour of a legislator with a criminal past.

A Jammu & Kashmir Minister has lost his job following the revelation that an imposter from Uttar Pradesh appeared for a medical college entrance examination on behalf of his daughter, Ms Huma Tabassum Saroori. In the hope that no action would be taken against him in his absence, the Minister left the country for the purpose of pilgrimage without the permission of competent authorities.

A fairly large number of politicians have a criminal record. It is the votes that they command that enables them to survive in politics. According to National Election Watch, there are 150 newly-elected MPs in the 15th Lok Sabha who have criminal cases pending against them, while nearly 300 have declared assets worth more than Rs 10 million. As many as 128 MPs with criminal cases pending against them were elected to the previous Lok Sabha. The BJP and the Congress, with 42 and 41 MPs with criminal cases respectively, lead the pack.

Politics has become a game of money. Businessmen with massive wealth are reportedly seeking entry into the Upper House of Parliament. Some have even managed to secure entry. But it is not that they have sought to do so for the purpose of working for the public good. They have done so to further their own business interests. In a sting operation conducted by a television channel, it was revealed that some MLAs in Jharkhand allegedly offered to sell their votes for Rs 50 lakh each while their leader demanded Rs 2 crore.

The number of MPs with assets of more than Rs 1 crore has increased from 156 in the last Lok Sabha to 315 in the current House. The average declared assets of MPs in the current Lok Sabha is Rs 4.5 crore.

Although the larger role of money in politics is a matter of concern, no Government is willing to bell the cat. However, this is not only a moral but also a governance issue. Anyone who spends crores to get elected would first try to get back his investment, leading to public interest occupying a back seat on his agenda.

Criminalisation has entered all walks of life. Five judges, including district and sessions judges, belonging to the State subordinate judiciary, have been suspended by the Andhra Pradesh High Court for cheating in the Master of Laws examination by sneaking notebooks and study material into the examination hall. And if this is a telling comment of the falling standards of the judiciary, the state of the police forces is no better.

In an affidavit filed before the Supreme Court in August this year, the Central Bureau of Investigation has described as a “sham and a farce” the investigation conducted by Delhi Police into the 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom that has resulted in the denial of justice to victims and shielding of the accused, among them Sajjan Kumar, a Congress leader.

“One can’t lose sight of the fact that 24 complaints were investigated in one first information report about scores of deaths, and because of sham investigations and farcical prosecutions, there has been a failure of justice for which victims are aggrieved,” the CBI has said while opposing the plea of Sajjan Kumar for quashing the charges against him. Referring to the case in which he is the key accused, the CBI has said that in FIR No 416 of 1984 registered at Delhi Cantonment Police Station, 24 complaints were investigated pertaining to 60 deaths. However, Delhi Police filed five chargesheets pertaining to five deaths. These cases ended in acquittals.

These are the awful conditions prevailing in our country, all of which are in the public domain. It appears that the problem facing the country is one of governance. It would not be wrong to suggest that in the present scenario, the rich and the mighty have been successful in bending the law to suit their selfish objectives and that the Government has the right to misrule the country.

Despite numerous commissions, committees and sub-committees instituted by the Government, there is not a single area or field of activity in which we can say with pride that we are the best in the world. Even after 63 years of independence, nobody has touched the problem of governance with a bargepole despite passing laws on every conceivable subject. We cannot brush everything under the carpet, using democracy as an excuse.

The point is how long the country should wait for the loot to end. The Government must make up its mind to improve one area of its working — be it ending corruption or bringing reforms in the police or the judiciary or the criminal justice system. It can take up issues pertaining to one subject, do what it can for a period of six months or a year, and move on to the next subject. At this rate, at least 10 subjects would have received the Government’s attention during its tenure.

The Union Home Minister has said that a changed Criminal Procedure Code in sync with today’s changed scenario would be ready in a year. At least the Government has woken up after 63 years and is considering changes in laws framed in 1863.

Meanwhile, if you have the requisite money and resources, you can go in appeal from one court or agency to another until your case is tried in the Supreme Court or you get a judgement of your choice. Politicians of the ruling party generally do not take the risk of acting to improve the existing system. But today there is as much risk involved in doing nothing as that which comes with taking concrete action.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

ZONAL SUKH-DUKH KE SATHI MANCH MEET on 19th Sept 2010

Citizen's Reporter
S.K. Garg

To,
The Deputy Mayor,
M.C.D,
Delhi.

Respected Sir,

We would like to inform that neighborhood residents of Sector 20,21,22,23 have formed a Zonal SUKH-DUKH KE SATHI MANCH (SDKS) of Senior and young Citizens in the month of August, 2010. Within no time, we have achieved the target of registration of members to bring under the umbrella of SDKS to strengthen the different existing ones.

Our group members have offered VOLUNTAIRLY to participate in sanitation, maintenance of parks, street lights and other civics works. The main objective of SDKS is to meet in Sukh-Dukh of our co-members.

Keeping in view, the excellent response from the members, a zonal meet of SDKS was organized on Sunday, The 19th Sept, 2010 in the community hall of Dream Apartments, Plot 14, Sector-22, Dwarka.

We feel pleasure to enclose the copies of papers presented by the members in Zonal meet for your kind reference.

The main objectives of SDKS are as under:-

1. To meet in SUKH-DUKH of our co-members immediately.
2. To get kitchen kura and other waste material lifted daily.
3. To keep this zone very neat and clean.
4. To organize all the activities under one umbrella rather than in different existing ones.

We are looking forward for your kind co-operation for making zone-7 as a model zone and to set an example for others.

With kind regards
S.K. Garg
Vice President for SDKS

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Brief of SUKH-DUKH KE SATHI MANCH (SDKS)

Since a long time an Executive Committee of Senior Citizen Association, Dwarka which is registered one was planning to motivate the members, to extend their cooperation and participation in SUKH DUKH of our Co Members. Citizens of all walks of life, experts and retired from higher posts are available in our association and with the grace of ALMIGHTY, who are having good health can still participate to supervise and monitor various activities of the Society, to yield high quality of works in respect of construction of roads, sewerage, drainage, maintenance of street light, parks, Sanitation, horticulture, soil testing and to keep watch towards, the security of citizens and bad elements, who are involved in chain snatching etc.

One fine morning to manage all the activities very smoothly and in a better way, one of our member with the help of our few co-members initiated to plan it.

Firstly they divided the whole of Dwarka into seven Zones, consisting of three or four sectors in each zone at their own local level. Secondly decided to create the posts of zonal secretary, sector and society
co-ordinators to strengthen the association.

In the first week of August’ 2010 with the aims and objectives narrated above, our few members started making efforts to contact the citizens who come in the parks of sector 22 & 23 for walking, exercise etc. in morning and evening. Within no time, say in a month, about one hundred members have come under the umbrella of SDKS and results are at our doors.

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