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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Nanhe Chitrakar III : selected candidates at Sargodha Apartment, Dwarka



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संगीत के कद्रदानों की कमी नही: नरेन्द्र सिंह


प्रेमबाबू

बाजारवाद और प्रतिस्पर्धा के दौर में अनेक म्युजिक कंपनियों ने कम समय में अपनी एक अलग पहचान बनाई है इसी कडी में एक नाम है म्युजिक कंपनी फिल्मी बाक्स का। विगत दिनों कंपनी द्वारा रीलिज एक अलबम मेरे संईया को उत्कर्ष संगीत और बेहतरीन गायकी के लिए बिग बी आइमा अवार्ड से सम्मानित किया गया।



म्युजिक कंपनी ने बदलते परिवेश  को नजर में रखकर अब म्युजिक अधिकार के साथ साथ फिल्म मर्केटिंग मिडिया -अप प्रमोज जैसे काम भी किये है। यू टीवी, इरोज, पफॉक्स स्टार, परसेपट कंपनियों के अलावा फिल्म दे दनादन दबंग, अलादिन, अंजाना अंजानी, लव आजकल, कमबख्त इश्क के प्रचार काम कर चुकी है। अपनी सफलता से उत्साहित कंपनी के निदेशक नरेन्द्र सिंह मानते है कि वर्तमान में मौजूदा म्युजिक कंपनी से उनका कडा मुकाबला भले ही हो, लेकिन हमारी कंपनी ने संगीत प्रेमियों को अच्छा और मेलोडियस संगीत दे कर अपनी एक अलग पहचान बनायी है।
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अंजली किस.... ना बाबा
आज फिल्मों में किस सीन का होना एक समान्य सी बात हैं। कई निर्माताओं के लिए तो किस सीन्स ही फिल्म का अहम हिस्सा होता है, किन्तु इस सबसे हटकर फिल्म ‘कोई है अपना’ की तारिका नैना का कहना है कि ‘वे किस नही करना चाहती हैं आखिर इसकी कोई खास वजह ? तो जबाव था कि हमारे समाज में आज भी किस सीन्स को पचा नही पाते है। इन दिनों नैना अपनी इस फिल्म को करने में व्यस्त है। वे सिंगल हैं और किसी के साथ डेट नहीं कर रहीं। निर्देशक रामगोपाल माली के बारे में नैना ने कहा कि ’वह एक बेहतरीन इंसान हैं और मेरे अच्छे दोस्त हैं। नैना कहती है कि फिल्म कोई है अपना से उनको काफी आशाऐं है। निर्माता भरत गिरी व निर्देशक राम गोपाल माली की कोई है अपना की कहानी समर्पण व प्रतिशोध पर आधारित है। नैना कहती है कि फिल्म मैं मैंने अंजली के किरदार को निभाया है यह अपने आप में चुनौतीपूर्ण किरदार है फिल्म की कहानी के अनुसारं नैना को अनेक परेशानियों जूझना पडता है इस सबके बाद भी वह अपने प्रेमी धरम का साथ देती है।

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मनुष्य शरीर पांच तत्वों से बना है...

Lalit Padh


यह नितांत सत्य है, मनुष्य शरीर पांच तत्वों से बना है और उन पांचो तत्वोंके अलग अलग धर्म और गुण है ! इन पांचो तत्वोंके गुणों का वर्णन इस प्रकार है !

१. मिट्टी...इसका तत्व नाक है ! उसको घ्राण कहते है ! सुगंध और दुर्गन्धका ज्ञान उसीसे होता है !



.जल ...इसका तत्व रसना है ! स्वाद उसीसे लिया जाता है ! जलके प्रभावसे शरीर सदा खुश रहता है ! खारा, मीठा, कडवा, स्वाद उसीसे मालूम होते है !

३. अग्नि...इसका तत्व आँख है ! उसे दृष्टि कहते है ! इसमें प्रकाश भरा हुआ है !

४. वायु...इसका तत्व शरीर है ! जिसको त्वक कहते है ! सर्दी, गर्मी, कठोरता, कोमलता का ज्ञान उसीसे होता है !


५.आकाश...इसका तत्व कान है ! इसे श्रोत कहते है ! अच्छे बुरे
शब्द इसी श्रोत इन्द्रियसे ही जाने जाते है ! ये ही कान है ! अगर कान न हो तो मनुष्य जड है !    ...श्री राधेश्याम...हरि हरः




Monday, May 30, 2011

World No Tobacco Day 2011



World No Tobacco Day 2011

The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is the theme of this year's World No Tobacco Day marked on 31 May 2011. 

World No Tobacco Day 2011 is designed to highlight the treaty's overall importance, to stress Parties' obligations under the treaty and to promote its implementation in countries and internationally.The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is the theme of this year's World No Tobacco Day marked on 31 May 2011. 


World No Tobacco Day 2011 is designed to highlight the treaty's overall importance, to stress Parties' obligations under the treaty and to promote its implementation in countries and internationally. 


Effective Implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

The World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) represents the first coordinated global effort to reduce tobacco use and it is the first public health treaty negotiated under the World Health Organization. The FCTC entered into force on February 27, 2005 and requires Parties to implement evidence-based measures to reduce tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke. When effectively implemented, the FCTC is a fundamental international tool to reduce the devastating global consequences of tobacco products on health, lives and economies. With 173 Parties as of May 2011, the FCTC is one of the most widely adopted treaties in the United Nations system.  


Introduction to FCTC Articles and their Implementing Guidelines

The FCTC is a legally binding treaty that provides a broad framework of obligations and rights to Parties to implement various tobacco control measures.

The objective of the FCTC is "to protect present and future generations from the devastating health, social, environmental and economic consequences of tobacco consumption and exposure to tobacco smoke by providing a framework for tobacco control measures to be implemented by the Parties at the national, regional and international levels to reduce continually and substantially the prevalence of tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke" (FCTC Article 3). Parties are encouraged to implement measures beyond those required by the FCTC (FCTC Article 2.1).

The FCTC is supplemented by other instruments. To date, Parties to the FCTC have adopted implementing guidelines with respect to such issues as tobacco industry interference, smoke free environments, packaging and labeling, and advertising promotion and sponsorship, among others.  The Parties also are negotiating a protocol to the FCTC to eliminate illicit trade of tobacco products. The implementing guidelines to the FCTC contain principles, definitions, and key legislative elements the Parties agree are necessary to provide effective implementation or increase the effectiveness of the measures contained in the treaty. Adopted by consensus, the guidelines were developed to assist Parties to meet their FCTC obligations. The guidelines are based on the strongest and most widely-accepted scientific, health, and engineering evidence and, in some instances, on Parties’ experiences.

Parties to the FCTC have a legal obligation to perform their treaty obligations in good faith, in accordance with Article 26 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. The guidelines are a subsequent agreement between the Parties and must be taken into account in interpreting the scope and content of Parties’ obligations, in accordance with Article 31 of the Vienna Convention. While not necessarily binding as independent legal instruments, the exact binding nature of the guidelines depends on the specific terms of each guideline, which is outside the scope of this fact sheet.

Incorporating the Guidelines into domestic legislation will provide for effective legislation required by the FCTC, minimize loopholes, and facilitate proper implementation of legal requirements.


India Tobacco Policy Status

SMOKE‐FREE ENVIRONMENTS: India has a national ban on smoking in indoor workplaces and public places. Hotels with more than 30 rooms, and restaurants and bars with a seating capacity of over 30 people are allowed to have designated smoking rooms. Enforcement and compliance levels vary by state and city. Enforcement and compliance levels vary by state and city.

BANS ON ADVERTISING, PROMOTION AND SPONSORSHIP: Tobacco advertising is banned in major media formats, and there are some restrictions on advertising at point of sale. However, size and advertising content restrictions at the point‐of‐sale are not enforced. Bans on indirect forms of tobacco marketing are also evaded.

HEALTH WARNINGS ON TOBACCO PACKAGES: Current graphic images are weak and do not convey the harms of tobacco use. Health warnings have been found printed on the back of the pack instead of the front as required and have been a smaller size the than the required 40% of the front principal display area. In March 2010, the government approved a new pictorial warning label but implementation has been delayed.

TOBACCO TAXATION AND PRICE: Tobacco taxes on cigarettes are low. The majority of tobacco products consumed in India are non‐cigarette varieties, such as bidis and smokeless products. These products are priced low. Bidis are taxed at lower rates than cigarettes and in some cases escape taxes altogether.

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Update on Joint Committee Meeting...




Today’s meeting was quite disastrous. It started with Anna demanding more frequent meetings as the progress had been quite slow till now. Anna also said that the government had been postponing discussions on even simple issues so far. At this rate, the meetings would continue indefinitely.
Broadly, the government disagreed on almost everything:
  1. Government said – “Prime Minister should not be covered under Lokpal.” We were shocked to hear that because in the draft bill prepared by the government in January this year, PM was covered, though with some exceptions. Today, they wanted PM to be completely out of Lokpal’s investigations. This was shocking for us. They said that if any enquiry starts against the PM, the PM would lose all authority to govern and take decisions. Prashant Bhushan reminded that in Bofors case also, the then PM was under scanner. But that did not deter him from taking decisions. Mr Chidambaram said that the PM’s position would be weakened if there were allegations against him every other day. He was reminded that an unsubstantiated complaint would not be entertained. A seven member bench of Lokpal would first hear that complaint and decide whether there was an adequate prima facie evidence against the PM. If there were none, the complaint would be dismissed. However, government did not agree.
  2. Government said – “Judiciary would be out of Lokpal.” We reminded them that all that we were asking for was power to a seven member bench of Lokpal to decide whether an FIR should be registered against a judge or not. Today, only Chief Justice of India has the power to give that permission. And despite so much evidence against so many judges in public domain, permission had been given only in one case in the last 20 years. In the meeting held on 7th May, Prashant Bhushan had even told Mr Chidambaram how Mr Chidambaram himself had sought permission to register FIR against Justice Sen Gupta of Kolkatta High Court. Permission was sought from the then Chief Justice of India, Justice Venkatachaliah, who is very well known for his integrity. However, even Justice Venkatachaliah did not give permission. Was the evidence against Justice Sen Gupta strong enough? The strength of the evidence can be gauged from the fact that Justice Sen Gupta was raided and arrested soon after he retired because after retirement, permission of CJI was not required.
  3. However, the government did not agree saying it would compromise the independence of judiciary. We said that the independence of judiciary was compromised under the present system which was encouraging corruption. Government said that judiciary should be dealt under Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, which was pending in Parliament. We told them that the said Bill was very bad and would end up protecting corrupt judges rather than punishing them. Also, interestingly, the said Bill does not even talk of punishing and prosecuting “corruption” of judges. It only talks of enquiring against their “Misbehaviour”. The government said that they would include corruption also in the said bill. Then we said, if you want to include judiciary’s corruption in that bill, let this committee decide on drafting that Bill also. To that they refused. They said – you give your suggestions and we will recommend them to the Standing committee. This means that the government wants to include judiciary in a weak and ineffective Bill and does not want their corruption to be dealt through a strong and effective mechanism.
  4. MPs bribery inside Parliament will not be covered – If a MP takes bribe to vote or ask questions in Parliament, which would not be covered under Lokpal. Only his conduct outside will be covered. What does an MP do outside Parliament? Just recommend projects out of his Constituency fund. There too, he merely recommends and the project is executed by the officers. Therefore, effectively, all MPs would be outside the purview of Lokpal. Purchase and sale of MPs is endangering the very foundations of our democracy. They may be purchased not just by other parties but could be purchased by other countries or corporates. Therefore, in order to save our democracy, it is extremely important that this is covered under Lokpal. However, the Government said that the Parliament should be allowed to do “self regulation”. We told them that this self regulation had not worked and their corruption should be investigated by some independent body. They simply refused.
  5. All officers will not be covered under Lokpal : Only Joint Secretary and above will be covered. Who will deal with corruption at levels below that? They said that the existing system would continue. But the existing system was not working. They had no answers. We said that the common man wants an answer to corruption in his day to day life – bad roads, corruption in PDS etc. Who will deal with it? We said that the whole country had risen against corruption to seek solutions to corruption at all levels.
  6. CBI, CVC and departmental vigilance will not be merged in Lokpal: Government said that let all these agencies continue. Let Lokpal have its own machinery. But why does the government want to keep a CBI under its own control? It appears that the Prime Minister does not want to be investigated by an independent body but will get himself investigated by CBI, which is directly under his own control. Also, CBI has been misused by every successive government to arm twist politically inconvenient opponents. Government perhaps wants to continue doing that.
  7. Public Grievances: Government agreed to the concept of citizens charter and that violation of citizens charter would be deemed to be corruption at some stage of upscaling of a grievance.
Justice Santosh Hegde asked the government – “Then who is covered under Lokpal? And what is the purpose of creating such a Lokpal?”
Effectively, the Lokpal would have jurisdiction only on Joint Secretary and above officers but not on the PM. There would be around 2000 such odd officers in Government of India. Are we creating Lokpal for investigating corruption of such a few officers? Was this the purpose of such a big anti-corruption movement in India?
Definitely government’s intentions are suspect. Please prepare yourself for the next huge movement in the country. We will go to the next few meetings. We will try our best, till the last moment, to persuade the government to agree to a strong and effective Lokpal Bill. But if the government disagrees, we should be ready to take to the streets.

BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL, DWARKA WISHES BRIGHT FUTURE FOR STUDENTS


BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL, SECTOR-12, DWARKA 


Suruchi Gandhi , Principal, 
BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL, DWARKA
The stupendous hard work put in by students and teachers has borne fruit. I congratulate all the teachers and students for the outstanding result and wish them many more laurels in future as well.






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Rahul Dev releases anti–tobacco poster


On the eve of World No–Tobacco Day, noted model–turned–actor Rahul Dev released an anti–tobacco poster at a function organized by Heart Care Foundation of India jointly with World Fellowship of Religions.
Addressing the gathering, Mr. Rahul Dev appealed to all smokers to quit smoking as it invariably leads to heart attack, paralysis, COPD, cancer, erectile dysfunction and premature aging.

Mr. Dev further said that the international awareness campaign that long–term smoking leads to erectile dysfunction in men and premature wrinkles on the face in women has been successful in the west as no men or women would like to lose their manhood or womanhood just because of smoking.

Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee Dr. KK Aggarwal and President, Heart Care Foundation of India, said that smoking and health cannot stay together. One cigarette reduces life by six minutes.

Smoking is responsible practically for all types of cancers. Tobacco chewing leads to oral cancer and tobacco smoking leads to lung cancer and other types of cancers. Even passive smoking is as bad as active smoking. Everybody should make an effort not to live or breathe in a smoking atmosphere.


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Nanhe Chitrakar III in South Delhi Apartment, Sector-4, Dwarka on Sunday, 5th June 2011




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Tales of lust and sleaze



Joginder Singh ji
Former Director - CBI

Dominique Strauss-Kahn is not the first high-profile person to face charges of sexual misconduct, nor shall he be the last.

No matter what people may say, most of us are interested in tales of sleaze, lust and illicit sex. But the important thing for the person indulging in either sleaze or illicit sex or both is to remain discreet and within limits. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who has had to resign as managing director of the IMF after being accused of and arrested for attempting to rape a maid in a posh Manhattan hotel, has a long history of such deeds. He is currently on bail.

Ms Tristane Banon, the 31-year-old god-daughter of Strauss-Kahn’s second wife Brigitte Guillemette, claims he attacked her almost similarly during a television interview when she was a trainee journalist. Strauss-Kahn, then an Opposition leader in France, had offered her an interview in a studio apartment in Paris. She was 22 at the time of the incident and was persuaded by her mother, a regional councillor in the Socialist Party and friend of the Strauss-Kahn family, not to take any action. “At the time there was absolutely no doubt that it had happened. My error at the time was to think that it was a moment when he went off the rails,” recalls Ms Banon’s mother
Anne Mansouret.

Sex workers are available at every nook and corner in American and European cities. Had Strauss-Kahn been found in their company, he could have got away as it would be consensual sex and not attempted rape as in the present case. Yet, that would not have discounted the fact that ethics, values and morals are vital for those holding important positions, for instance the top job at the IMF. But Strauss-Kahn is not the first high-profile person — nor will he be the last — to be charged with sexual misdemeanour. Others have gone down this road before, including several Presidents of the US and powerful people in other countries.

Mr Bill Clinton is only the latest US President to be impeached for lying under oath over his affair with a White House intern, Ms Monica Lewinsky. Other American Presidents who are guilty of extra-marital sex include Thomas Jefferson: This has been been confirmed through DNA testing on his descendants in 1998. A later study by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation came to the same conclusion — he had fathered a child out of wedlock.

Before Grover Cleveland became the President of America, a store clerk, Maria Halpin, named him as the father of her illegitimate son. Cleveland didn’t dispute the charge, and the child was quietly adopted. Similar allegations were made against Presidents John F Kennedy, Lyndon B Johnson and Franklin D Roosevelt.

Indian politicians tend to keep things under wraps. The media, even if it gets a whiff of sexual escapades by politicians and the high and mighty, tens to play it safe to avoid charges of libel. But sometimes nasty stories do get out into the public domain. A Governor of Andhra Pradesh was caught on a hidden camera in his Raj Bhawan bed with three women. The tape was telecast by a Telugu channel. The Andhra Pradesh High Court subsequently restrained the channel from showing the tape. As it happens in most such cases in India, nobody confesses to his or her involvement. So also with this case: The incident was denied. But it led to the resignation of the Governor who is now involved in a paternity suit — a young man has claimed that he is his biological father. Sex scandals involving senior politicians have been reported from many States.

Amarmani Tripathi, erstwhile Cabinet Minister in Uttar Pradesh, was arrested in September 2003 in connection with the death of poetess Madhumita Shukla with whom he allegedly had an affair and who was brutally murdered. Investigations revealed that she was pregnant and the DNA of the foetus matched that of Tripathi. The Supreme Court rejected his bail plea; he is currently in jail, sentenced to life imprisonment. There are such other examples. Uttarakhand’s Revenue Minister Harak Singh Rawat had to resign in 2003 amid allegations of his ‘links’ with an unwed mother. Opposition members had raised the issue of his alleged affair with the Assamese woman who later gave birth to a child.

Charlatans posing as swamis have also been charged with sexual assault. For example, Sun TV telecast a tape showing a Karnataka-based godman in a compromising position with a Tamil actress. Swamis are supposed to lead the life of a celibate or a brahmachari. They are not expected to indulge in worldly pleasures. They are expected to follow high standards of moral integrity. But some of them are exposed for what they are.

Had Strauss-Kahn, or any other foreign dignitary, had committed a similar deed as the former IMF chief has been charged with while visiting India, nothing would have happened. The hosts would have flatly denied the occurrence of such an incident and charged the person levelling the allegation with trying to ruin a person’s reputation. The same argument would have been proffered if a ‘VIP’ is charged with any major crime, including corrupt practices.

When I was heading the CBI, I had ordered that the Chief Minister of a State be arrested for his role in the infamous fodder scam. The then Prime Minister had reacted by saying that the CBI had ruined many a reputation without a shred of evidence. Assessing the credibility of the evidence gathered by the investigating agency is the job of the courts. Since the Government of the day did not dare interfere in the judicial process, I was transferred from CBI for not being pliant. The transfer order was issued while I was abroad attending an Interpol conference.

We also know that in our country pressure is often applied on victims or complainants to withdraw charges. If pressure does not work, then money is used to for striking a ‘compromise’. Sadly, even the media is amenable to pressure and blacks out news of such incidents. If at all the story appears in print or goes on air, the details are at best sketchy.

There is a lesson to be learned from the manner in which the US authorities have treated the Strauss-Kahn affair: No matter how important or powerful a person is, he should not be allowed to get away with criminal deeds, including sexual offences, by using connections and clout. The effort should be to ensure swift and fair trial so that the perpetrator gets his just deserts.

Meanwhile, those who take sexual assault and related offences lightly would do well to ponder over this: Sex is not the answer, sex is the question. ‘Yes’ is the answer, but only if the other party is willing. As Don Schrader once famously said, “To hear many religious people talk, one would think god created the torso, head, legs and arms, but the devil slapped on the genitals.”




Dwarka Forum MEETING WITH ACP, DELHI POLICE



M K Gupta

Delhi police has said that it plans to organize a training programme for the girls and ladies for self-defence. This was agreed on the demand of the representatives of Dwarka Forum who met ACP Shri Samay Singh on 28th May. Forum also demanded for the training of the security guards posted in CGHS and DDA’s pockets so that they can be more vigilant and can also help in crime protection. Police and DF were unanimous on taking the competent security guards from the registered security agencies. Issue of installations of CCTV cameras in left-out societies as well as DDA-pockets and timely changing the location of the police pickets, encroachment, proper street lighting among other issues were also discussed. It also emerged that the Electric Corporation of India Ltd. can also be contacted for the installation of CCTV cameras and since it is a govt. company, it may be more dependable than the private players in the filed. It is an added advantage for the Dwarka that the ACP is a resident of Dwarka and is well aware about the crime pattern and law and order problems of the area.

DF representatives consisted of Rejimon CK, Sushil Kumar, Anil Rajput and M K Gupta.

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

CCRT CELEBRATES ITS FOUNDATION DAY


M K Gupta

After the lighting of the lamp by P C Sen, Chairman, CCRT, Dr. B M Pande, Famous Archeologist, Sh. A.R. Ramanathan well known Architect, Ms. Meenakshi Barua representing teachers from all over India and others, Centre for Cultural Research and Training started celebrating its 31st foundation day on 29th May. On the occasion, Dr. Madan Gopal Singh presented “Rendition of Sufi Music”. 

CCRT was founded on 29th May, 1979 and on the foundation day, it was announced that it has started enrolling members and the forms for this are available in its office. CCRT will soon start Public Library, a much demanded facility for Dwarka. Dr. Singh has also composed music for films also. On the occasion, 132 teachers from across the country were also present. Before the rendition, Dr. Singh enlightened about the “Power, the music has. 


Hundreds of spectators appreciated the marvelous performance of Dr. Singh. Sh. Girish Joshi, Director CCRT informed Dwarka Parichay that CCRT is going to open membership for library soon. 

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Saturday, May 28, 2011

CONGRATULATIONS! Proud of Students...

Kind Attn.
The Principal, Dwarka
Send brief ( with photo) of TOPPERS in each subject in your School in CBSE  2011 results ( Class X & XII). This will be published & reach our members through out the WORLD. This will help Brand your school name GLOBALLY.
( With Message/ photo of Chairman/ Principal)

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Dwarka Parichay wishes all the best  to the students for best career in their life. 

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Save environment: JOIN DRIVE FOR POLYTHENE FREE DWARKA

Citizen's Reporter
Pradeep Bansal

On 26 th May 2011, at Sector-23 Dwarka Vegetable Market, with the help of Police a No Polythene Drive event was organized and it was a quite successful one. The Vegetable vendors and Customers alike supported the event. The efforts of just 4 volunteers from Art of Living made a great change . Almost 1/3 no(out of 75000 poly bags nearly 25000) of polythene were not dispensed from the veg. vendors to the customers.


Hope more Volunteers from Dwarka, and other organisation will come forward and lend their helping hand in eradicating this menace of Poly bags from Dwarka.

Next Drive is scheduled in this same Vegetable Market (opposite Indian Heights School sector- 23 Dwarka) on Saturday i.e. 28 th May, 2011.

Enjoy Cultural Diversity of India at CCRT, Sector-7, Dwarka


CCRT, Sector-7, Dwarka, Contact No - 47151000

Plot for Jain Mandir in Sector-10 in Dwarka


Ms. Rajni Jain
NATIONAL SECRETARY,
Rashtriya Digamber Jain Parishad(Regd)



Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has handed over the possession of the plot, allotted for Jain Mandir in Sector-10 Dwarka, to Shri Dharmvir Ji Jain, President of the Jenendra Charitable Society (JCS) Regd, Surajmal Vihar, Delhi.

With the blessings of Bhagwan Mahavira and “Parampujay Rashtriya Sant Acharya  Muni Vidyanand Ji” &  “Upadhya Prayag Sagar Ji  Muniraj”,  Shri Dharmvir Ji Jain took over the possession of the plot on behalf of Jenendra Charitable Society (JCS) Regd, Surajmal Vihar, Delhi in the presence of the members of the Managing committee of “Jenendra Charitable Society” and “Rashtriya Digamber Jain Parishad”.
Soon after a meeting was held at the Registered Office of the “Parishad”. On this occasion “Namokar Mahamantra “was recited by Km. Shruti Jain, a young scholar and the awardees. All the members wished to start a new Era and to have its first and one of the beautiful and magnificent Jain Mandir in Sector-10, in Dwarka soon.

Sh. Dharmvir Ji Jain, thanked Dr. Mukesh Chandra Jain, National President, Dr. Neelam Jain and Sh. Ajay Kumar Jain, National Vice-Presidents of  “Rashtriya Digamber Jain Parishad”  and  also the entire team of the “Parishad” for their guidance extended throughout the journey of this great adventure . Sh. Dharmvir Ji Jain appreciated the technical support provided by Sh. Ajay Kumar Jain, National Vice President of the Parishad.  Expressing his gratitude to Dr. Mukesh Chandra Jain, he said that Dr. Jain has done a commendable work in bringing the members of the Jain community at one platform in Dwarka sub-city in order to make a strong SAMAJ. He appreciated his devotion, dedication, constant help, cooperation and untiring efforts made in this project of Jain Mandir in Sector-10 a successful. He categorically made this clear that it was not possible without his and his entire team members’ help and guidance. He quoted “a dream becomes a goal when action is taken towards its achievement”- and the dream has really become the goal for the jain community living in Dwarka and the achievement is in the form of a forthcoming “SHREE DIGAMBER JAIN RATANTRYA JIN MANDIR “in Sector-10 in Dwarka.

 He also thanked all the members present on this occasion and wished to have full support on this pious work in future also.


For any information please contact:
Dr. M.C.Jain - 9810548428, 
National President, Rashtriya Digamber Jain Parishad(Regd) 


Dwarka Parichay Team congratulates Jain Community for  plot possession for Temple in Dwarka.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Delhi International School, Dwarka towering high on success of bright students

Delhi International School, Sector-23, Dwarka proudly announces the Class XII CBSE 2011 result and congratulates all its shining stars who have won accolades by their brilliant performance in their exams. The school has secured in total 228 distinctions which is a highly creditable achievement.

SWETA ATTRI
Mathematics-95
Physics-87
Computer Science-86
MANOHAR JISHU
Economics-92
Mathematics-95
  
P.E-94
Chemistry-84

KAVITA

I.P-82

RAVINDRA KUMAR
Biology-94 

KOMAL BALYAN    
Mathematics-95
SAUMYA RAI

English-91
VINOD NOTANI
B.ST-98
OSHIN YADAV
Accountancy-95

Sweta Attri scored the highest marks in Physics with 87 marks, Computer Science with 86 marks & Mathematics with 95 marks. Saumya Rai topped English with 91 marks. A science student, Ravindra Kumar scored 94 marks in Biology. Komal Balyan scored the highest in Mathematics by securing 95 marks. Kavita and Nikhil Bindal have got the highest in Information Practices and Entrepreneurship respectively. The school toppers are Manohar Jishu with 90% aggregate in Science, who scored 95 in Mathematics, 94 in Physical Education, 92 in Economics and 84 in Computer Science and Vinod Notani secured the top position at 91% aggregate in Commerce who is also the highest scorer among DIS students with 98 marks in Business Studies. Oshin Yadav stood second in Commerce. She scored 95 in Accounts.



School Chairman, Dr. R. P. Singhal, Former Chairman CBSE said, “We believe that excellence is never granted. It is the reward of labour. The results are a matter of great pride and happiness for the DIS family.” 

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