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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Rajesh Gahlot is the new Chairman of MCD Standing Committee

Rajesh Gahlot
Shri Rajesh Gahlot has been unopposed elected Chairman of Standing Committee, MCD (South Delhi) yesterday. He won the MCD election with big margin as a Councillor from Matiala last month. Immediately after his election as Chairman, Gahlot thanked all the colleagues, Mayor, Leader of the House and leader of the opposition in MCD (South Delhi). The South Delhi zone is considered good therefore we will have to make efforts that this zone continue to keep its reputation and will try to make this more efficient. While talking to Dwarka Parichay, he said, “If I am able to give some solid start as a Chairman of the Standing Committee, I will consider that I am fulfilling my responsibilities and I have full faith in getting co-operation of all to start a new chapter successfully”. Mr. Rajeev Solanki-General Secretary & MK Gupta-Media Advisor of Dwarka Forum were present there on the ocassion.

U-22 Preparatory Camp kicks-off in Delhi from June 1


The preparatory camp for the U-22 Asian Cup, Qualifiers kicks-off in New Delhi from Friday June 1, 2012. The Camp was earlier being held in Bangalore from May 23. A series of Medical Tests were conducted in Bangalore after which the list has been pruned down to 33. The final list of 23 will be declared later.

U-22 boys at the Camp in Bangalore
Arthur Papas who will be the Head Coach for the Assignment takes charge of the team in New Delhi. India have been clubbed in Group A of the U-22 Asian Cup Qualifiers along with hosts Oman, Iraq, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates and Turkmenistan. India play their first match against Lebanon on June 23.

The list of 33 players stay as follows:

Goalkeepers: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (Kingfisher East Bengal), Ravi Kumar (Pailan Arrows), Ricardo Cardozo (Tata Football Academy), Soram Poirei Angamba (Shillong Lajong FC).

Defenders: Pritam Kotal, Vishal Kumar, Souvik Ghosh, Prathamesh Maulinkar, Deepak Devrani (all from Pailan Arrows), Irfan Khan, Narayan Das, Yumnam Chingkhei (all from Tata Football Academy), Abhishek Das (Kingfisher East Bengal), Ramandeep Singh (Air India).

Midfielders: Bikramjit Singh (Sr), Pronoy Halder, Ognam Milan Singh, Thirthankar Sarkar, Allwyn George, Malswamfela (all from Pailan Arrows), Simranjit Singh (Tata Football Academy), Rowlin Borges (Sporting Clube de Goa), David Lalbiakzara, Ganeshan (both from Pune FC), Deepak Prakash (HAL), Lalrindika Ralte (Churchill Brothers), Shyju Mon (Chirag Kerala), Romeo Fernandes (Dempo).

Forwards: Rajinder Kumar, Holicharan Narzary, (both from Pailan Arrows), Pankaj Sona (Tata Football Academy), Jeje Lalpekhlua (Pune FC), Manandeep Singh (Air India).

HEAD COACH: Arthur Papas

India Fixtures: India vs Lebanon (June 23), India vs Iraq (June 25), India vs United Arab Emirates (June 28), India vs Turkmenistan (June 30) and India vs Oman (July 3).

Vacancy for Estate Manager for Nav Sansad Vihar CGHS

The President, Nav Sansad, Vihar, CGHS society, Plot no. 4, Sec-22, Dwarka
E-mail:  navsansad@gmail.com or 011-42808149 /011/28052711

Invites Application for the Post of Estate Manager. Sealed Application be sent to NSV CGHS Ltd.

Title: Manager / Estate Officer Contract type: Temporary appointment
Duration of contract: 13 months Application Deadline: 8 June 2012

Description of duties:
Under the overall guidance of Management Committee of Nav Sansad Vihar CGHS Ltd and, the  incumbent will carry out the following duties:
-Day to maintenance of Residential Complex.
-Planning preventive maintenance schedules of various machines, instruments and Services (MEP) to increase machine up time and equipment reliability
-Identifying areas of obstruction / breakdowns & taking steps for rectification
-Housing Keeping Managment
-Installation and commissioning of various equipments and conducting tests & inspections to ensure operational effectiveness of Services
-Coordination with the contractors, suppliers, Workers & labours and upkeep of records
-Supervision of various works executed Private Contractors/ Service Providers
-Management and smooth functioning of the Society office
-Basic knowledge of Accounts
-Maintaining records and assets
-Liaison with DDA
-Liaison with Registrar Cooperative Societies

Perform other duties as assigned and necessary.
Education: Proffered: Minimum Diploma in Mechanical or Electrical.
Competencies:
1. Pleasing Manners  2. Producing results
3. Ensuring the effective use of resources
4. Communicating in a credible and effective way 5. Fostering integration and teamwork

Skills:
-Proven knowledge and skills in field Maintenance of Large Residential Complex with Electrical and Mechanical Installations.
-Excellent communication and coordination skills
-Proven abilities in planning, implementation, evaluation, and resource mobilization
-Proven abilities in knowledge management, technical
-Ability to work with diplomacy and tact in a multi-cultural and complex environment.
-Other skills (e.g. IT): Proficiency in relevant computer applications and information management; ability to draft Letters, Proposals and technical reports.

Experience:
-Essential: At least 5 years of professional experience in the Supervising Maintenance
-Desirable: Experience working in Cooperative or Builder Apartment
-Annual salary: Approximately Rs. 2,22,000


SHOBHA YATRA of Sri Ram Mandir begining from 1st June

With the prelimenary function of the Consecration (Pran Pratishta) ceremony of Sri Ram Mandir begining from 1st June a Shobha Yatra of the idols UTSAVARS (Idols of Sri Ram Darbar, Lord Shiva, Ganesha & Kameshwari that has been specially made of Pancha Lokas) is being organised. The Yatra will start from Sector 6 Market at about 6.00 PM and follow the following route to reach the temple :

Sector 6 Market - Adarsh arya Apartment - Santosh Apartment - Sector 6-7 Signal - Left turn from Shiksha Bharti Public School - Ramphal Chowk - Happy Home apartment - Left Turn from CCRT Signal - Straight to Sri Ram Mandir at Sector 7

All are requested to participate in the yatra in large numbers. 

PRAN PRATISHTA of SRI RAM MANDIR is to be performed by the Holy Hands of JAGADGURU SANKARACHARYA SRI JAYENDRA SARASWATI SWAMIGAL OF KANCHI KAMAKOTEE PEETAM on 4th June 2012 between 5.00 AM to 5.45 AM.

We request all the members to participate in the Holy function and receive the blessings of Lord Sri Ram.

Location of the temple :
The temple is situated behind Siddharth Kunj Apartment, Plot No 17, Sector 7, Dwarka, New Delhi.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Delhi High Court ask the Govt of NCT to file reply within two days on the PIL filed by DCBA


A Public Interest Litigation was heard today before the Bench of Hon’ble Acting Chief Justice And Hon’ble Justice Rajeev Sahai Endlaw in the High Court of Delhi which was filed by the Dwarka Court Bar Association through its Secretary Sh. Avnish Rana Advocate for issuance of mandamus (direction) to the Govt. directing the respondent / Govt. of NCT of Delhi for issuing a notification for bifurcation of the Metropolitan Area of Delhi into nine separate Metropolitan Areas and the consequent creation of nine separate Sessions Divisions for implementing the decision taken by the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in its Full Court meeting held on 26-04-2000 in view of the order passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the W.P. (C ) No. 741 of 1989 as directed by the Hon’ble Acting Chief Justice, Delhi High Court for the bifurcation of Delhi into nine Separate Sessions Divisions in view of the latest amendment in Section 8 of Cr. P. C. 2011.

The amendment in section 8 of Cr. P. C. has been done for the bifurcation of Delhi Sessions Divisions into nine Separate Sessions Divisions on 20-10-2011 by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi. Now the implementation of the amendment is pending since last 7 months. The Hon’ble court today after hearing the counsels of the Bar Association issued notice to the respondent / Govt. of NCT of Delhi and asked that why the amendment has not been implemented till date.

Sh. Sakal Bhushan, P. S. Singh and Surender Kumar Advocates appearing on behalf of the Bar Association said that after implementation of the said amendment in Section 8 of Cr. P. C. Separate Sessions Divisions shall be created. Thereafter the Nine Revenue Districts /Civil Districts will be co-terminus to nine Separate Sessions Divisions. The implementation of the amendment will remove the confusion caused to the litigants of Delhi about the jurisdiction of Civil and Criminal cases to be filed in Delhi.

The purpose of the bifurcation of Courts was to set up Separate Sessions Divisions on the lines of 9 Revenue Districts which are co-terminus to 9 Civil Districts. The court has asked the respondent / NCT of Delhi to file reply by which date the govt. will implement the amendment and further listed the matter for 01-06-2012.
P S Singh,
Advocate
M-9810282890
legalaxis.ps@gmail.com

Hindu Muslim Couple Marriage under One Roof

Jaipur the pink city of India knows as the city which is the capital of the royalty. The structure of Jaipur resembles the taste of the Rajputs and the Royal families. The city always make History and now once again Jaipur shown his colour by creating a new Trend.
Couples at SamuVivah Sammelan
It is first time in India were Hindu-Muslim and other caste gather at one place to find their soul mate in Samu Vivah Sammelan which organized by the “Help People Foundation” chairman Afreen Ritu Rajwat.

Help People foundation chairman Afreen Ritu Rajwat Said, “it was first time this kind of marriage happening in Jaipur and I think if this kind of trend people follow so there will be no discrimination on caste and creed. Citizen Feel saves and there will be a peace everywhere.”

Devshi Khanduri, Anup Jalota and Afreen Ritu Rajwat at Samu Vivah Sammelan
Many Bollywood Celebrities including Devshi Khanduri (Heroin of Chargesheet), singer and musician Anup Jalota attended Marriage ceremony and blessed the couples for their successful future.

Devshi Khanduri said, “I enjoyed this unique kind of marriage ceremony and I appreciate the initiative took by the help foundation and I am glad that person like Afreen Ritu has done a great job which is an example for us to make a unity in our country.”

Singer and Musician Anup Jalota by sharing his experience said, “It was great full movement were I have seen a new think which is happening in India and I think It should be followed by every citizen in good manner.”

Veena Malik wants to become a dancing star

Mumbai correspondent 

Bollywood sex siren Veena Malik is now shaking her leg on the lines of Madonna. She was inspired by Madonna Salsa dance moves which we will see in her upcoming advertisement. Veena is doing an ad for “Stay on” where she will be seen dancing on Salsa.


Excited Veena Malik Said, “Dancing is my passion. I love Dance and a Salsa is a new thing for me. I am quite nervous and excited about this project.

Salsa is like good music, it elevates the spirit and it's an exhilarating freedom”.Oscar Award winning colossus of choreography, Longinus Fernandes, who choreographed the dance for the song ‘Jai Ho’ from the movie ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ is choreographing Salsa Dance for Veena Malik.

Longinus Fernades said, “Veena is crazy about dancing. She is a good dancer and has a skill to adapt a dance move and present it beautifully. She is dancing star.”

We seen Veena as channo where she had shown her Latka Jhatkas in the song and now she is ready to give a new taste of dance. Veena has completed her upcoming movies Mumbai 125 kms, Dal main Kuch Kala Hai and now she is busy shooting for an ad of Stay on. She has shown her dancing skills in this ad.

Dangerous Overtaking - the second most important human error responsible for road accidents all over the world

Dr Sanjay Kulshrestha
Conscious Citizens, India

Dangerous Overtaking :- This is the second- most common human error responsible for accidents. Owing to high speed and full acceleration during overtaking, the chances of fatal accidents are much greater.

1.The Need: First and foremost, do you really need to overtake the vehicle ahead?
You must have observed that on highways most vehicles run in clusters of different speeds. Some drivers choose to drive at a slower speed while others choose a higher speed. So you may find clusters of vehicles at different speed ranges, 30-40 km/hr, 50-60 km/hr or 80-90 km/hr and so on.

If you are moving at 80-85 km/hr, you are fully justified in overtaking a vehicle moving at 30-40km/hr or 50-60 km/hr. However, it is not wise to overtake a vehicle moving in the same cluster [speed range].

For example, if you are moving at 80-85km/hr you will not gain much by overtaking a fellow vehicle driving by at 90 km/hr except, perhaps an unexplained ego boost. Throughout the journey you will find that various vehicles belonging to the same cluster will keep on changing their positions and ultimately everyone will reach the destination more or less at the same time. 


2. Assess The Time: whether you have ample time to overtake or not.
It is the difference between the speed of the two vehicles [yours and the one that you are going to overtake] that will determine how much time it will take to overtake. If the speed of vehicle ahead is much slower than yours, it would take less time to overtake. On the contrary, if you try to overtake a vehicle that is running with a speed closer to yours, it would take much more time to overtake.

Remember It has been found that in a majority of cases the actual time required to overtake a vehicle is just the double of what is estimated by driver ! If another vehicle is coming from opposite direction, judge whether you would be able to overtake without colliding.

3. Assess the road: [A] Do you have a clean, straight visible patch of road without vehicles in front of you?
[B] Whether the condition of road is good with no water, mud, sand or potholes, otherwise on applying sudden brakes your vehicle may skid.

4. Assess The Pick-up: Before trying to overtake another high speed vehicle, do check the pick-up of your vehicle, especially if it is overloaded. It might land you in trouble in the midst of overtaking. So don't be adventurous with a khatara, a ramshackle vehicle. 


5. Is the driver ahead aware of your intention to overtake him?
Wait for him to give you a pass. Most of us become impatient if other vehicles do not give us a pass. Some aggressive drivers forcibly try to overtake and frequently meet with an accident. Discreet judgment is very necessary. 


6. It is risky when you try to overtake forcefully more than one vehicle in one go.
If your attempt at overtaking all the vehicles is unsuccessful, then one of the drivers of vehicles that has been just overtaken, has to create space to accommodate your vehicle in front of him just to save you. Just imagine what would happen if there is a driver who is not the benevolent type and decides to teach you a lesson by not accommodating your vehicle !

While overtaking In India always remember two unexpected odds. One is Reverse lane driving and the other one is erratic road side parking of vehicles

[A] Reverse lane driving
When you drive on a divided highway, you feel relaxed that at least you would not face a head on collision. However, it does not hold true for Indian roads. It is surprising to know that incidences of head on collisions is more or less the same in both divided and single lane highways [around 20%]. There are a number of byroads leaving or joining highways and vehicles from these side roads join highways from whichever direction they please. 

[B] Erratic parking on Roads :
Irresponsibly parked vehicles on roads [trucks, tractors, cars, etc] are the cause of accidents in 20-25% of cases on highways. 


Do not peep out all of a sudden from behind the vehicle being overtaken as you may miss the vehicle that is coming from the opposite direction. Instead start overtaking well before in such a case.

This was about overtaking on high ways. Now let us see some interesting facts on overtaking inside the cities.

Overtaking in Cities:
In our country everyone seems to be in a great hurry just like the drivers of a fire brigade or ambulance. Regardless of whether space and conditions permit overtaking, people constantly ask for a pass by blowing horns. They do not tolerate any delay and overtake in a strange fashion from any side. Quite frequently when you are preparing to give a pass to someone on your right, suddenly another vehicle zooms past from your left side leaving you bewildered! 

They say everything is fair in love and war and now in traffic, too it seems. Perhaps newer technologies will invent cars with wings so that drivers addicted to speeding and overtaking can vent out their frustration in situations where they do not get a pass and fly away!
Sometimes people turn it into an ego problem, and feel insulted if somebody overtakes them as if they have been labeled as poor or lazy drivers. Sometimes if a smaller vehicle, e.g. Maruti 800 wants to get ahead of an SUV, the driver of larger vehicle may feel extremely slighted [how dare you!] and try to run faster unnecessarily just to prove that he and his vehicle are superior.

If you are in a party, having a gathering of cultured people, an expression, ‘excuse me’ is all that is needed to let you pass through, and that, too, with a smile! However, that kind of response is missing on our Indian roads. Different cultures or education, or probably the lack of it on our roads may a factor for this.

A Few Precautions While Overtaking Trucks :
Some facts about Truck Drivers:
1. Their thinking may be different, as they are more concerned with safety of the goods inside rather than the safety of public on the road. 

2. Most of the trucks are overloaded and an imbalance of such a heavy vehicle poses a real problem. Thus drivers avoid taking a swift or acute turn suddenly if they are supposed to do so to save someone. For the same reason they do not prefer to take the truck off road in such situations. 


3. Be Visible to Truck Drivers. Truck drivers rely mainly on their mirrors and there are some blind spots to them like on both the sides and immediately behind the truck where truck driver cannot see you.

Stay slightly to the right of your lane, so you can be seen in the truck driver’s mirror. Never follow so closely that a truck driver cannot see your vehicle in the mirror. If you can’t see driver in mirror, the truck driver probably also cannot see you!

4. Most trucks need a longer distance to stop. So if there is a truck behind you, signal your intentions well before turning, slowing or stopping, so that truck drivers behind you get more time to apply their brakes.

When stopped, especially going uphill, a truck may roll back farther than a car when a driver releases brakes and engages clutch. Leave at least a distance of one car length between your vehicle and truck ahead while going uphill.

5. Since truck drivers have less chances of being hurt in case of a collision, they have fewer inhibitions in such situations.

6. They frequently drink while driving. Surveys reveal that more than 75% drivers consume alcohol during driving

7. It has been found that more than 60% drivers have fake driving licenses. They are not properly trained and their knowledge regarding traffic rules is extremely poor.

8. The educational status in truck drivers is very low especially in English. Drivers carrying freight have to move frequently to different States in India, having their own regional languages. That makes it difficult for truck drivers to understand road signs.

One of the uneducated truck drivers argued, that if in India an uneducated or angootha chhap person can be allowed to contest an election to run the entire country then why can’t he run a mere vehicle. Who will make this driver realize that politics may be a child’s or son’s play but driving a vehicle is certainly a very responsible job !

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Coming topics in this series:
•How to decongest our cities
• Vehicle induced environmental pollution
• Arrogance on Roads: Aggressive driving and Road rage
• Public Attitude towards traffic rules in the City
• Problems of pedestrians
• Road traffic and global warming
• The economics of vehicles
• Petroleum Subsidy: Right or Wrong?
• Biography of urban roads in India
• Traffic Policeman: Problems & Challenges
• Drinking & Driving

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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

AIFF all praise for Services and Tamil Nadu

All India Football Federation President Mr. Kushal Das congratulated the Services team for winning the 66th edition of the Santosh Trophy at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack and for their consistent performance and discipline throughout the tournament.

This is Services’ second triumph in the Tournament, the earlier one being in 1960-61. Mr. Das also hailed the performance of Tamil Nadu boys who ended up as runners-up. “This was the first time Tamil Nadu made it to the final of the Santosh Trophy after forty years. The average age of the boys was between 23-24 and that’s commendable indeed. I sincerely believe the performance will inspire a new generation to take up the sport,” he said.

Mr. Das also had a word of praise for the President of Tamil Nadu Football Association, Mr. Seni Mohinudden. “Under his leadership, football in Tamil Nadu is surely on the rise. His energy, enthusiasm and dedication will certainly go a long way in developing the sport in Tamil Nadu,” he added. “I look forward to working with him for the development of the sport in the state and country in general.

Innovative Methods to Check Counterfeit Currency Notes

R.D. Bharadwaj 
“Noorpuri”

Coimbatore Police arrested three youths on 24th April, 2012, from Chunnambuthara who were in possession of Rs.8.46 lakh fake currency of Rs.1000 and Rs.500 denominations brought in from Coimbatore to Thrissur. Three days later, two persons were also arrested by Delhi Police for allegedly procuring and circulating fake currency in and around Delhi. Counterfeit currency worth Rs. 1.59 lakhs was also recovered from them. Earlier also, counterfeit currency notes worth lakhs of rupees have been caught from many people at various places, putting a lot of undesired burden / pressure on Indian economy. This is apart from the fact that somepassengers travelling from Pakistan, through Samjhauta Express train and also by bus service (Sada-E-Sarhad) from Pakistan have been caught red-handed with lots of smuggled Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICNs) worth lakhs of rupees. Apart from this, occasional instances also come to light where some other people of dubious character within India have also been caught along with machines and inks etc. required for printing of FICNs.

Counterfeit currency is growing in India
2. Thus, the message is sufficiently loud and clear that the menace of counterfeit currency is growing in India. By all accounts, FICNs continue to be pumped in — much of it from abroad through our porous borders with neighbouring countries like Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh etc. A recent report compiled by the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Union Finance Ministry has estimated a 400 per cent increase over recent years in counterfeit transactions in India's financial channels. The report further states that during 2010-11, the agency detected “4,23,539 incidents of FICNs with a face value of over Rs. 35 crore.” The similar figures relating to fake currency notes for the year 2011-12 are still higher. According to a 2011 report of the U.S. State Department, India faces an increasing inflow of ‘high-quality' counterfeit currency notes, produced primarily in Pakistan, and smuggled in through multiple international routes including Nepal and Bangladesh. Terrorists and underworld networks could be using the fake notes to finance their ante-social activities in India. India has repeatedly blamed Pakistan as one of the major originating points of FICNs. A porous border with that country certainly facilitates this virulent flow. The magnitude of the problem really aims at weakening Indian economy, besides promoting crimes involving black money and smuggling as well.

3. It is really a matter of grave concern that the people who smuggle / float fake currency notes in market have rarely been awarded their due share of punishment. Even otherwise, it is a general conception amongst the people that anti-social elements / wrong-doers of any nature often get scot free in one way or the other and hardly 10-15% of the criminals get their due share of punishment. The reason is simple - corruption at various levels and huge amount of pressures / influences from various quarters to get the criminals released or freed, rather than putting them behind the bars or hanging to death for the heinous crime committed.

4. It also forms a part of the facts that rule of law does not apply equal to all. Children of rich and the famous hardly care for the law-book. Their matters are often decided expeditiously by the virtue or vice of the money and muscle power. Due to the prevalence of such a scenario, all sorts of crimes take place in our country and it is only the common people in society who have to suffer in silence. If some honest, sincere people and the conscience keepers of the society make some concerted efforts aimed at cleansing the system and punishing the guilty, some politicians at the behest of the rich, the powerful and / or influential people try their level best to scuttle the mission by influencing the course of law in favour of the criminals, which ultimately results in the miscarriage of justice for the rest of the society. And that is situation which ultimately makes India bleed and cry profusely.

5. Further, regarding circulation / smuggling of FICNs which try to derail Indian economy (even though at the micro level), I would like to suggest a few steps / measures which would help us in arresting fake currency notes, such as : -

(a) On all our currency notes except one and two rupee, picture of Mahatma Gandhi adores, for the last sixty five years, as per policy decision of Govt. of India / RBI. India is a great country and our more than five thousand years old and rich civilisation, is a witness to the fact that thousands of great men and women have taken birth on this great and pious land and have done many great deeds for the society and made the life of ordinary people easier. These great people such as - Guru Nanak Dev, Gautam Buddha, Lord Krishna, Sant Kabir, Maharishi Valmiki, Ashoka the Great, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Akbar the Great, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Shivaji Maratha, Guru Gobind Singh, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Swami Viveka Nand, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Bhagat Singh etc. have really put great and Herculean efforts in their respective fields and made the people feel proud by improving their social & economic conditions; by the virtue of their services rendered. Apart from this list, there are some great scientists as well who have made us proud by achieving great successes in their respective fields.

(b) Keeping in view the great deeds done by these great people, I would like to suggest that Govt. of India / RBI should shortlist around 15 to 20 great personalities from the category of saints & sages, social reformers, secular rulers, great scholars and scientists etc. and print currency notes of different denominations by changing frequently the designs and making the pictures of the above mentioned great people adore the currency notes of various denominations. It should also be ensured that the pictures of the great people printed on the fresh series of notes are changed after every four to five years.

(c) As it is becoming increasingly difficult day by day to detect the fake notes, just by touch and feel method, security features for the currency notes of big denominations, say - Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000/- should be enhanced and made more complicated and these should be known to banks only. Vigorously and minutely advertising these security features through print and electronic media makes the job of counterfeiting easier.

(d) By doing so, we shall not only be paying obeisance to these great Indian personalities, but it shall also go a long way in preventing counterfeiting of currency notes, as the anti-social elements will find it much difficult to clone fakes of these new avatars of currency notes. It shall be certainly better to print currency notes by making the pictures of different great people on it rather than only of one person for such a long period. It is also imperative to mention here that some other countries also print their currency notes by publishing pictures of their great men / scientists as well. Secondly, we can also print pictures of our national heritage buildings like Taj Mahal, India Gate, Gateway of India, Char Minar, Red Fort, Howrah Bridge and Rashtrapati Bhawan etc. on the reverse side of these currency notes, and

(e) And last, but not the least, the rate of conviction of all types of criminals / offenders and miscreants etc. (including dealers in counterfeit currency notes), shall have to be increased manifold, as only awarding of strict punishments shall serve as a real deterrent to other sick, greedy and perverted minds in any society. And this can be made possible and the target achieved only if the Central Govt. displays a strong political will to take head on those who take pride in such anti-social activities aimed at damaging our economy. The Govt. should also treat and declare the activities like sale-purchase of counterfeit currency notes and / or printing the same as an act of treason. It should also be borne in mind that like a proxy war on terrorism, it is also a form of war against the economy of a country. The society should not be allowed to suffer because of such greedy, unscrupulous and anti-social elements.

DWARKA FORUM ELECTS NEW BODY


Dwarka Forum a popular local organization working for the betterment of Dwarka, has conducted its election 27 May, 2012. Mr. M K Gupta, Media Advisor of the forum informed Dwarka Parichay that the following residents were unanimously elected:

President : Sushil Kumar
Vice President : Rejimon CK
General Secretary : Rajeev Solanki
Treasurer : Anil Rajput

Joint Secretaries:
Ms. Sudha Iyer
Sunil Sareen
MK Gupta
Anoop Rohera and
Madhuri Varshney

GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS:
A.S. Chatwal
Subhash Kanti
V.S. Bisht
P. Menon
Vinod Rawat
W.V.G.Venkata Ramana


Science behind Confession

Dr KK Aggarwal
Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee
President, Heart Care Foundation of India



Confession is one of the ways of detoxification of the mind. It has its roots in Hindu mythology but today it is mainly practiced in Christian religion as a hardcore ritual. Among Christians one usually goes to a Church and confesses to the Bishop without disclosing his or her identity.

In Hindu mythology, confession is a routine spiritual practice. People can confess to their Guru, to their God in the temple or their mentor. Confession can also be done to a plant (Peepal tree), an animal (dog or a cat) or the birds. It is a common saying that taking a dip in Yamuna orGangaremoves all your sins. The dip in water involves a ritual of confessing a guilt every time we make a dip.

Giving food to birds is also a way of confession where with each offering one does a confession. The easiest way to confess is three minutes of free writing which can be done every night. One can tear off the paper after writing. The free writing involves writing from the heart and not giving time for the mind to think.

Earlier people used to confess and de-stress their emotions by writing in a diary or making a folder in the computer and writing. However, the best confession is to meditate which is equivalent to reformatting the hard disk and removing viruses and corrupt files from our body computer. Meditating with intent to get rid of guilt washes them over a period of time.

Confession involves the process of forgiving and forgetting. Forgiving is at the level of mind and forgetting is at the level of heart.

Monday, May 28, 2012

D.U. Admission forms available in Post offices



The admission forms for the upcoming graduation program are available from 4th June. Around 52 thousands seats are available for graduation programs. Apart from online facility, D.U. made it possible, the availability of forms in 16 post offices between 10 to 4 pm. also in case of offline mode. Admissions for SC/ST candidates as well as disabled candidates will be conducted by the university with no provision for applying online.

Environmental atmosphere bangs in Dwarka



The children gathered at the water body at Sector-23 in Pochanpur village. Mr. P.K.Datta-Naturalist gave a small presentation on butterflies and told them about the importance of a water body and natural




wilderness. After that, the children engaged in activity of cleaning the pond and its surroundings. A lot of  plastic litter was picked and disposed in a dustbin. Some older boys went into the water to take out the plastic from inside the pond. Then, the children engaged in activity of bird watching. Some interesting birds that were seen were: large billed crow, Eurasian Golden Oriale, Indian Grey Hornbill, paddy field pipit, red wattle lapwing (Tatiri), Red vented bulbul, Jungle babbler, common babbler, Indian robin, red colored dove, rose ringed parakeet (parrot),plain prinia, purple sunbird, house sparrow, Asian Pied starling. Bank Myna, common myna, Black drongo.

Mr.Datta, coordinating delivery of 500 plants from DP & GS Nursery to Gold Croft Society followed by
organising an interactive meeting with Shri Radhey Shyam, Range Officer of DP&GS to apprise them of financial assistance scheme applicable for maintaining green areas in their respective societies largely attended by Mrs. Cicily Kodiyan, Ms. Shamira Ashroff of ANHLGT, Mr.S.S.Mann of Sukh Dukh ke Sathi and office bearers of societies from different sectors of Dwarka at Ispatika Apartments on the same day.

The participants were advised on different aspects of gardening by PK Datta and Shri Radhey Shyam. DP&GS and others complimented the efforts of PK Datta in this regard and requested him to coordinate with as many societies as possible to act as a catalyst amongst people and DP&GS.


Services beat Tamil Nadu to lift 66th Santosh Trophy


 Nilanjan Datta

Services 3 (Sanju Subba – 45th; Subrata Sarkar – 49th, VV Farhad – 67th; beat  Tamil Nadu 2 (Santa Kumar – 82nd, M Ramesh – 89th)

From a distance, the Santosh Trophy is bound to mesmerise you. It’s colossal! Hypnotised, you step near to have a better look. The pure silver, its glitter and carvings prompt you to take out your camera. You stand close and admire. Once it sinks in, you remember the names who have lifted it over the years. Goose bumps appear.

The late Sailen Manna lifted it, Sahu Mewalal, PK Banerjee, Tulasidas Balaram won it too; as did Syed Nayeemuddin, Yusuf Khan, Inder Singh, Sudhir Karmakar, Subhash Bhowmick, Parminder Singh, the late Sudip Chatterjee, the late Krishanu Dey, VP Sathyan, Basudeb Mondal, IM Vijayan, Bhaichung Bhutia amongst others. It weighs over 12 kgs.

You search around and spot a passerby, hand him the camera to you and pose for the family album -- a collector’s item no doubt which you would cherish over the years. 

Services are Santosh Trophy Champions

At the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, Services captain Gordon Zoramchhana lifted it for the first time – Services for the second time (the earlier one being in 1960-61) as they beat Tamil Nadu 3-2 to lift the 66th Santosh Trophy.

Services midfielder Sanju Subba scored the first goal – his right footer curling away from Tamil Nadu goalkeeper Akhil Soman to bulge the net. Subrata Sarkar doubled the lead in the 49th minute while VV Farhad tapped it past an onrushing Akhil for Services’ third goal in the 67th minute. Santa Kumar and M Ramesh reduced the margin for Tamil Nadu in the 82nd and the 89th minute respectively.

The 90 minutes storm and the torrential downpour prior to the kick-off made the Barabati Stadium, perhaps the most pleasant place to be under the lights.

By the time it started to drizzle midway into the first half, Services had already seized the initiative. On slippery underfoot conditions, they kept possession of the ball but not being allowed the width to penetrate into the box, they stayed content in taking snap shots from outside the box.

First, Captain Gordon Zoramchhana’s shot dipped at the last moment to bounce off the crosspiece and then in the 17thminute, ZV Horin’s shot found Tamil Nadu central defender Suman Raj on the way.

As they are wont to do, Tamil Nadu relied on counter-attacks and their first worth-mentioning move didn’t come till the 22nd minute – Jayakumar’s angular shot just going wide. Their best chance of the first half came in the 44th minute when Charles Anand Raj outjumped rival central defender Rary Raj to head Nirmal Kumar’s cross but Services goalkeeper AK Balwant thwarted it in his second attempt.

But Services pressed hard and were eventually rewarded on the counter attack. Sanju Subba’s powerful right-footer from just outside the box curled away from Akhil to bulge the net in the 45th minute as Services went into the interval enjoying a one-goal cushion.

Immediately after resumption, Services doubled their lead. With the drizzle still on, Horin’s grounder came out of a diving Akhil’s palms and Subrata Sarkar tapped it in.

Two goals within 5 minutes of play (of either half) upset Tamil Nadu’s calculations. Frustrated, they tried to come out of their shell and it further helped Services. The raid of attacks earned them their 3rd goal – VV Farhad placing it in past an onrushing Akhil.

However, Tamil Nadu’s young lads didn’t give up. In the 82nd minute, substitute Santa Kumar managed to reduce the margin and then M Ramesh pulled another back in the 89th minute. But it came a bit too late.

Out of the 7 entries into the final, this was Services 2nd triumph in the Santosh Trophy. For Tamil Nadu, who were runners-up in 1972-73, the wait continues.

Dinesh Lal Yadav 'Nirahua' Becomes Face Of Big Hindustan Music Awards


Ashok Kumar Nirbhay

Reliance Broadcast Network Limited's intellectual property vertical, BIG Live, Radio arm 92.7 BIG FM & Regional TV Channel BIG Magic announced the popular Bhojpuri singer & actor Dinesh Lal, 'Nirahua' as the face of its music awards for U.P, MP, Bihar & Jharkhand 'BIG Hindustan Music Awards'- the biggest celebration of regional music in Central India is a platform which seeks to recognize the excellence in regional music. The grand event will be held on June 8, 2012 at Lucknow.Bhojpuri actor & singer, Nirahua who has to his credit some big block buster movies like Vidhata, Deewana & Parivar will drive the entire campaign. With a huge fan following in the Hindi heartland and his ability to connect with audiences, Nirahua is just the right face for BIG Hindustan Music Awards.

Dinesh Lal, 'Nirahua'
With its new positioning Apna Pradesh, Apna Magic, BIG MAGIC constantly attempts to bring incomparable artists from the region thereby offering variety entertainment to its audiences which is truly local and a reflection of people's culture & traditions. Keeping in mind the local preferences, BIG Magic also announced Anup Jalota - The Bhajan Samrat & the very talented, classical ghazal singer Ustaad Ahmed Hussain & Ustaad Mohammed Hussain as the esteemed jury for the awards. Padmashree Anup Jalota & multi talented Ustaad Ahmed & Mohammed Hussain will minutely scrutinize various nominees in different categories like popular Lyricist, Music Director & Singer. Nominations will come from all parts of the region and will have some of the biggest names like Malini Awasthi, Diwakar Dwivedi, Laxmi Tripathi, Krishna Swarup, Kewal Kumar, Akhilesh Sinha and many more.

Besides jury, popular choice segment of awards will be adjudged by the audience, ensuring transparency and fair play as the power to vote rests with the audiences.

BIG Hindustan Music Awards will be promoted through a high-decibel marketing plan ranging from on-ground, television, radio, outdoor and digital. These awards will reach out to 1.2 crore consumers who tune into 92.7 BIG FM (No1 radio network in U.P) & No. 1 regional variety entertainment TV channel BIG MAGIC. The property will enjoy multi-media promotions for 45 days offering unique integration opportunities for brands. The telecast of BIG Hindustan Music Awards will be done on BIG MAGIC.

BIG Hindustan Music Awards launches in sync with BIG MAGIC's recent campaign called '100%UP Wale/100% MP Wale' .This campaign has been designed to increase awareness and empower consumers with adequate information when choosing their set top boxes, and enabling operators to build their brand equity.BIG MAGIC is being distributed as part of Reliance Broadcast Network's television channel bouquet which boasts of seven robust and well crafted channels, ready to benefit from the digital wave.


Correlation Between Sexual Scandals and Kundalini Yoga

Geeta

Kundalini Yoga [K.Y.] is a secret path of achieving realization and liberation, by following certain laws, rules and secret practices.

Although throughout life time the kundalini power remains in dormant state in the base of spine. K.Y. enables one to balance creative- sex -energy, subconscious mind and physical body.

The basic universal-cosmic energy lies dormant in the base of spine known as Kundalini or divine creative -sex-energy. K.Y. teaches the simple and speedy techniques to focus the concentration upon this dynamic and cosmic power, to awake the kundalini.

Kundalini-awakening is a very sacred and secret knowledge and must be given and taught by a true Kundalini Yogi or spiritual master, only to those aspirants having full dedication and self control, under a closely guarded secret.

Awakening of kundalini is truly a spiritual practice dedicated to realize the higher states of awareness, if it is uncontrolled and misused its awakening is fraught with disasters, scandals and distresses.

K.Y. is a science of awakening the Kundalini power upward through the psychic passage of the spine, crossing the six chakra's present in the passage. Each chakra is the psychic centre and reservoir of Pranic Energy and directly connected to the brain. With the awakening of any chakras a massage is communicated with its particular corresponding portion of the brain triggering a specific physical and mental stimulation.

Each chakra has certain negative blocks and basic animal instincts. When kundalini power begins to raise, the negative energy blocks and patterns of that chakra slowly starts to get dissolve and cleansed in the divine universal energy. In this cleansing process if the disciple does not have proper guidance and knowledge of body, mind and soul he may face severe traumatic physical and mental disasters. The worst traumatic results of K.Y. are the manifestation of sexual scandals and disasters.

Some of the derogative sexual behaviors and patterns seen in the disciples of this path are:

Sexual urges increases many folds
The Root chakra is the seat of animal instincts. It controls the unconscious mind. When awakening begins to take place the unconscious mind materials begin to surface on the conscious mind. The sudden busts of unconscious mind accentuate the suppressed sexual experiences, thoughts and activities of past and present life in a traumatic way.

The animal instinct of sexuality increases many folds, the disciple may lost in the physical and mental of world of deformed and perverted sexuality. Further with the awakening of second chakra the Naval Chakra the craving for sensuous pleasure increases several folds.

Sexual activities in lucid dreaming
With the rise of kundalini power the suppressed sexual patterns, memories and emotions stored in unconscious mind are manifested and released in lucid dreams as purification and cleansing process. The disciple may feel the abnormal sexual pleasures, stored in the memory of unconsciousness.

Sometime in the process of union of the Yin and Yan, he may feel multiple spiritual orgasms in the dreams or has erotic visions in the dreams.

Incidents of Astral sex and astral rape
With the opening of fourth chakra the Heart Chakra the person leaves the realm of physical world and enters the Para-normal domain, in the periphery of spiritualism. The disciple may feel extreme emotion of repeated sex and rape by psycho-spiritual subtle bodies of this and outer world entities.

The subtle entities satisfy their sexual urges and gain spiritual power of kundalini energy earned by the disciple. These lucid dreams may induce distress and mental illness in the disciple.

Sexual advantage taken by the masters and yogis in astral plane
Some powerful masters and strong disciples of K.Y may project themselves in the astral plane, by just their intention. They can sexually abuse the other disciples of same or opposite sex; in their dreams and can also manipulate their minds, thoughts and emotions to gain sexual favors.

In India many female disciples of K.Y. have complained of their masters and mentors for having repeated sex and rape in their dreams in astral forms, and taking sexual advantages in physical forms by manipulating their minds.


Sunday, May 27, 2012

GBM of DDA SFS Pkt-2, Sector 9 Dwarka held


Recently General Body Meeting of Newly elected body of Resident’s Welfare Association of DDA SFS, Pocket-2, Sector-9, Dwarka , New Delhi-1177 was convened in the Central Park. 

Newly elected body of Resident’s Welfare Association of DDA SFS, Pocket-2, Sector-9, Dwarka

President Mr A.K.Tyagi introduced newly elected office bearers of RWA to the respective residents & guest as follows:

Mr. Ajay Dhangar: Vice President, Mr. S B Sharma: General Secretary,
Mr. Servjeet Singh: Secretary, Mr. T V Gopalakrishnan: Treasurer 

10 Executive Members were elected as follows:
Mr. D P Singh, Mr. J S Khatri, Mr. Lal Ramnani, Mr. Mahesh Sharma, Mr. M L Meena, Shri M M Bhoria, Dr. R K Tara Mr. Satya Narayan Vashishth, Mrs. S Chakraborty & Mrs. Vijay Laxmi

In the GBM residents facilitated newly elected Councilor of the area Mr. Praveen Rana. In the meeting Residents greeted Mr. Vijay Singh Lochave, Ex-MLA, Mr. Samay Singh, ACP Dwarka Division, Mr. Suman Pushkarana, SHO, PS: Dwarka, South and Mr. K.S.Meena, Dy. Director Horticulture, MCD, Nazafgarh Zone.

Mr. Praveen Rana Councilor in his inaugural speech emphasized that he will make all endeavor to keep clean Sector 9 Dwarka and also informed to the residents that he has already sent a proposal to sanction Rs. 25 Lacs for Re-carpeting of Road of DDA SFS Pocket-2, Sector 9 Dwarka.

Mr. Vijay Singh Lochav Ex-MLA also addressed to the august gathering and stated that he is in constant touch with the Chief Minister of Delhi Government to start work of the Medical College immediately.

Mr. Samay Singh and Mr. Pushkarana also addressed to the Residents of Sector 9 Dwarka and requested them to strengthen security of their societies and gave tips to them to counter the crime in the area. Mr. K.S.Meena also assured to the residents that he will take up the issue of Parks on priority basis and will try to make parks more green.

President also thanked two NGO’s namely Wildlife SOS and Friendicos SECA, Defence Colony for removal of stray Dogs from the Pocket. He also expressed his gratitude to the residents to elect him and his team.

All about Diabetes


Dr. Amitabh Khanna 
President, Dwarka Diabetes Association

What is Diabetes?
Diabetes mellitus, commonly referred to as diabetes, is a medical condition associated with abnormally high levels of glucose (or sugar) in the blood (hyperglycemia).
• Glucose is a type of sugar found in certain foods such as honey and some, but not all, fruits. It is also the form of sugar that all sugary and starchy foods are converted to in the body after digestion. Glucose is used by the body to make energy.
• Normally, blood glucose levels are tightly controlled by insulin, a chemical signaling substance (hormone) that is produced by a gland near your stomach called the pancreas.
• Insulin lowers the blood glucose level because it stimulates the body to make use of glucose.
• When the amount of glucose in the blood increases, for example, after eating food, insulin is released from the pancreas to normalize the glucose level. However, in patients with diabetes mellitus, the elevated glucose levels cannot be normalized. This causes abnormally high levels of blood glucose, which ultimately leads to the presence of glucose in the urine (glucosuria).

What are the causes of Diabetes?
The various types of diabetes are different disorders with different causes:

Type 1 Diabetes This type of diabetes is an autoimmune disease. Your immune system turns on itself and destroys the insulin-producing cells in your pancreas. Although type 1 diabetes usually develops in childhood or teen years, it can appear later.

Type 2 Diabetes In this type, your pancreas makes some insulin, but not enough. Your cells also can become resistant to insulin's effects, keeping insulin from escorting enough glucose into your body's cells. Type 2 diabetes generally develops after age 40. However, doctors are seeing a rise in childhood type 2 diabetes that parallels the rise in obesity among youth. A form of type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, develops during 2 percent to 5 percent of pregnancies. In gestational diabetes, your body doesn't effectively use the insulin you produce. The cause may be metabolic changes that occur due to the effects of hormones in pregnancy. Gestational diabetes usually disappears after pregnancy, but more than half of women who experience it eventually develop permanent type 2 diabetes.

How do you get Diabetes?
There are two main types of diabetes mellitus. These are known as type 1 and type 2.
• Type 1 diabetes mellitus used to be called insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, or juvenile-onset diabetes mellitus, because it usually begins in childhood or adolescence.
• In type 1 diabetes mellitus, the pancreas releases no insulin at all because the body has destroyed the cells that produce it (islet cells). The patient therefore relies on treatment with insulin.
• Type 2 diabetes mellitus is the most common form of diabetes. It used to be called non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, or adult onset diabetes because it usually begins in adulthood.
• In type 2 diabetes, patients can still produce insulin, but they do not produce enough and/or their bodies cannot use it properly.
Another form of diabetes, known as gestational diabetes, occurs in some women during pregnancy. It is a temporary condition caused by pregnancy and usually occurs in the later stages, once the baby has formed but is still growing.

How serious is Diabetes?
The early symptoms of untreated diabetes mellitus are related to the elevated blood glucose levels. Excess glucose in the blood ultimately results in high levels of glucose being present in the urine (glucosuria). This increases the urine output, which leads to dehydration and increased thirst. Other symptoms include extreme tiredness, weight loss, blurred vision, itchy skin and repeated minor infections such as thrush and boils.
People with type 1 diabetes must be treated with insulin in order to stay alive.
If uncontrolled for many years, diabetes mellitus can lead to more serious health problems:
• Blood vessel damage within the eye (retinopathy). This can lead to blindness.
• Kidney disease (nephropathy) or kidney failure.
• Nerve damage (neuropathy) especially of the hands and feet, causing tingling, numbness and weakness.
• Narrowing of the blood vessels due to fatty deposits (atherosclerosis). This increases the risk of heart attack, stroke and poor blood flow in the legs.
Uncontrolled gestational diabetes can result in a large baby and a difficult birth. It can also increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life.

What are the symptoms of Diabetes ?
The symptoms are due to persistent high levels of sugar in the circulating blood. These symptoms are :
Frequent urination - When blood sugar is too high, your kidneys can't absorb the excess glucose. The glucose leaks into urine, pulling water with it.
Extreme thirst - The process of dehydration makes you thirsty.
Blurry vision - High blood sugar may cause new blood vessels to form and may damage old blood vessels on the retina at the back of your eye.
Weight loss - To make up for the lost fuel, your body burns fat reserves, and you may lose weight.
Fatigue - When your cells don't get enough glucose, their primary fuel source, fatigue results.
Hunger - Burning of fat reserves also may make you hungry

Treatment for Diabetes
As symptoms of diabetes tend to show up much later than the condition occurs in your body, it is advisable to have your blood sugar levels diagnosed periodically.

. Type 1 diabetes can be treated with exercise, insulin and a balanced diet. Type 2 diabetes is first treated with weight reduction, a diabetic diet and exercise. Weight reduction and exercising increases the body’s sensitivity to insulin, thus controlling blood sugar elevations.

When these methods fail to lower the blood sugar levels, oral medications are used. If oral diabetes medications are insufficient and do not help lower the glucose levels in blood, insulin treatment is used. 

Diabetes Exercise
Exercising regularly can help regulate the blood sugar levels and lose weight. A heavy workout is not necessary and a walk or a moderate workout of 30 minutes would do. People who are under oral medications and insulin therapy must check their blood glucose levels before and after exercising. While doing heavy workouts, check the sugar level every 15 minutes. Also, if the sugar level becomes low during the exercise session, take a light snack to compensate for it. Use fruits or salads instead of snacks. 

Diabetes Diet
Diet plays a vital role in controlling diabetes. Avoid junk food as it contains lots of fat building materials and the sugar content in such foods will always be high. Always maintain a balanced diabetes diet, increasing the intake of low-glycemic foods. Such foods include fruits such as apples, oranges and pears; grains like oatmeal, barley, peanuts and granola; and vegetables such as broccoli, asparagus, green leafy vegetables, beans and peas.

A balanced diet low in fat, carbohydrates and cholesterol is ideal for diabetes. High-glycemic foods like potatoes, pasta and white bread which are rich in carbohydrates, must be avoided, as they easily enter the bloodstream and get converted to glucose very fast. For the required carbohydrates intake, diabetic patients can depend on foods like chicken, turkey and sea foods which are low in starch. Salads are a good way to get the required vitamins.

Try eating 4-5 small meals a day than three large meals and drink at least 8 glasses of water a day to flush out those harmful toxins from your body and to keep your body healthy.

Diabetes medications
Varying combinations of medications also are used to correct abnormally elevated levels of blood glucose in diabetes. As the list of medications continues to expand, treatment options for type 2 diabetes can be better tailored to meet an individuals needs. Not every patient with type 2 diabetes will benefit from every drug, and not every drug is suitable for each patient. Patients with type 2 diabetes should work closely with their physicians to achieve an approach that provides the greatest benefits while minimizing risks.


नौजवान शिरोमणी यूथ अकाली दल (बादल) यूथ विंग में शामिल हुए



अशोक कुमार निर्भय

मेजर भुपेन्दर सिंह नगर दिल्ली स्थित धर्मपुरी क्षेत्र में हुई शिरोमणी यूथ अकाली दल (बादल) दिल्ली प्रदेश सभा में भारी संख्या में नौजवान सिखों ने यूथ विंग  में शामिल हुऐ ओर इस मोके पर सिरसा ने नौजवानों से सिख कौम के लिए सिख कौम की भलाई के लिए युवाओं को आगे आकर शिरोमणी यूथ अकाली दल बादल में शामिल होने की अपील की शिरोमणी यूथ अकाली दल बादल दिल्ली प्रदेश प्रधान स. मनजिन्दर सिंह सिरसा की अध्यक्षता में नौजवानों को पार्टी के साथ जोड़कर यूथ विगं का दायर बड़ा करने और अलग अलग क्षेत्रों में सरकल का गठन करके पार्टी को मजबूत करने के लिए बडे़ पैमाने पर जुटे हुऐ है। इसके तहत ही क्षेत्रो में नौरवानों की बैठक का आयोजिन किया गया सिरसा ने नौजवानों से पार्टी में शामिल होने की अपील कि और भरोसा दिलाया कि पार्टी में शामिल होने वाले नौजवानो को उनको पुरा सहीयोग दिया जाऐगा।

इस मौके पर हरमीत सिंह कालका, जसप्रीत सिंह विक्की, समंदीप सिंह, विक्रम सिंह, गुरूचरण सिंह गिल, जसविन्द्रर सिंह, भुपेन्दर सिंह, हरजीत सिंह, अजित सिंह, जसबीर सिंह, हन्नी, आदि युवाओं ने शिरकत की। 

हम बूँद - बूँद के लिए क्यों तरसे ?



जब आकाश से धरती पर पानी बरसे
हम बूँद - बूँद के लिए क्यों तरसे ?


Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi
and Chairperson, DJB


Rainwater harvesting is a simple, economical and eco-friendly technique of preserving every drop of water by guiding the rainwater that falls to borewells, pits and wells through small diameter pipes. Let us all work together to overcome the problem of water scarcity in Delhi by harvesting this precious bounty of nature. Join the Rain Water Harvesting Drive.


Benefits Of Rainwater Harvesting

Quality of Groundwater improves
Raises the water levels in wells and borewells that are drying up.
Mitigates the effects of drought and achieves drought - proofing.
An ideal solution to water problem in areas having inadequate water resources.
Reduces the soil erosion as the surface runoff is reduced.
Choking of storm water drains and flooding of roads decreases.
Saving of Energy: To lift ground water, one meter rise in water level saves about 0.40 kilo watt hour of electricity.

Delhi GOVT is giving Financial Assistance up to Rs. One lac to registered Resident Welfare Association/ Co-operative Group Housing Societies/ Institutions etc.
To enthuse people and aclnowledge the efforts of those who have adopted rainwater harvesting, the annual Chief Minister;s best Harvester Awards have been instituted in two categories.

Be prepared. ACT now...OR...keep complaining...
Call Delhi Jal Boards's Rain Water Harvesting Assistance cell - 23558264, 23678380-82, ext.227




LEGISLATING THE “POLICING PROTOCOL ACT”(PPA)


Rajendra Dhar
POLICE WATCH INDIA (Regd. NGO)

THE POLICING PROTOCOL ACT (PPA) will set out how the new policing governance arrangements will work. It will clarify the role and responsibilities of the DGPs/Commissioners of police & other law enforcing agencies. It will outline what they are expected to do and how they are expected to work together to fight crime and improve policing. The protocol will therefore fundamentally underpin the key working relationships within the new policing landscape.

The PPA will build on the government's commitment that the DGPs/COMMISSIONERS will retain the direction and control of their forces' officers and staff, making clear that the operational independence of the police will be safeguarded. It must set the strategic direction and objectives of the force.

Why policing protocol should be introduced?
The protocol will underline the government's commitment to limiting the role of the Home Office in day-to-day policing matters therefore giving the police a greater freedom to fight crime as they see fit.

Will policing protocol focus on local issues, not national ones?
Policing protocol will be responsible for the full range of policing work, not simply local priorities, and will not undermine the operational independence of policing professionals. They will not manage the forces they govern and they will have to recognise that the only way of making a police force effective is by letting the professionals do their job.

The protocol will clarify the delineation of responsibilities between Police Officers at all levels. The protocol will also set out how the DGPs/ Commissioners should provide a link between the police and the public, translating the legitimate expectations of the public into action. Responsibilities for other areas too will be specified, such as the delivery of community safety by the bringing together of community safety partnerships, and entering into agreements to deliver better value for money and better policing capabilities.

The Policing Protocol will apply to all Police Officers & other law enforcement agencies.
The entire staff of every police force is expected to have regard to this document.

The establishment and maintenance of effective working relationships by all is fundamental. It is expected that the principles of goodwill, professionalism, openness and trust will underpin the relationship between them and others & everyone will do their utmost to make the relationship work.

This Protocol does not supersede or vary the legal duties and requirements of the DGPs/Commissioners of Police. DGPs/Commissioners of Police remain operationally independent.

THE “POLICING PROTOCOL COMMISSION” (PPC) WILL :-

Set the strategic direction and objectives of the force through the Police and Crime Plan (“the Plan”), which must have regard to the Strategic Policing Requirement set by the Home Secretaries;

Scrutinise, support and challenge the overall performance of the force including against the priorities agreed within the Plan;

Hold the DGPs/Commissioners of Police to account for the performance of the force’s officers and staff;

Decide the budget, allocating assets and funds to the DGPs/Commissioners of Police; and set the precept for the force area;

Appoint the DGPs/Commissioners of Police;

Remove the DGPs/Commissioners of Police subject to following the process set out;

Maintain an efficient and effective police force for the police area;

Enter into collaboration agreements with other policing bodies and partners that improve the efficiency or effectiveness of policing for one or more policing bodies or police forces in consultation with the DGPs/Commissioners of Police;

Provide the local link between the police and communities, working to translate the legitimate desires and aspirations of the public into action;

Hold the DGPs/Commissioners of Police to account for the exercise of the functions of the office of DGPs/Commissioners of Police and the functions of the persons under the direction and control of the DGPs/Commissioners of Police;

Publish information specified by the Secretary of State and information that the PCC considers necessary to enable the people who live in the force area to assess the performance of the PCC and DGPs/Commissioners of Police;

Monitor all complaints made against officers and staff, whilst having responsibility for complaints against the DGPs/Commissioners of Police.

In addition, the PCC must not fetter the operational independence of the police force and the DGPs/Commissioners of Police who leads it.

In order to enable the PCC to exercise the functions of their office effectively, they will need access to information and officers and staff within their force area. Such access to any information must not be unreasonably withheld or obstructed by the DGPs/Commissioners of Policeand/or fetter the DGPs/Commissioners of Police direction and control of the force.

PCC will have wider responsibilities than those relating solely to the police force, namely :-

A specific responsibility for the delivery of community safety and crime reduction;

The ability to bring together Community Safety Partnerships at the force level, except in;

A duty to ensure that all collaboration agreements with other Local Policing Bodies and forces deliver better value for money or enhance the effectiveness of policing capabilities and resilience;

A wider responsibility for the enhancement of the delivery of criminal justice in their area.

The DGPs/Commissioners of Police will be accountable to the law for the exercise of police powers, and to the PCC for the delivery of efficient and effective policing, management of resources and expenditure by the police force. At all times the DGPs/Commissioners of Police, their constables and staff, remain operationally independent in the service of the communities that they serve.

The DGPs/Commissioners of Police will be responsible to the public and accountable to the PCC for :-

(a) Leading the force in a way that is consistent with the attestation made by all constables on appointment and ensuring that it acts with impartiality;
(b) Appointing the force’s officers and staff (after consultation with the PCC);
(c) Supporting the PCC in the delivery of the strategy and objectives set out;
(d) Assisting the PCC in planning the force’s budget;
(e) Providing the PCC with access to information, officers and staff as required;
(f) Having regard to the Strategic Policing Requirement when exercising and planning their policing functions in respect of their force’s policing responsibilities;
(g) Notifying and briefing the PCC of any matter or investigation on which the PCC may need to provide public assurance either alone or in company with the DGPs/Commissioners of Police;
(h) Being the operational voice of policing in the force area and regularly explaining to the public the operational actions of officers and staff under their command;
(i) Entering into collaboration agreements with other DGPs/Commissioners of Police, other policing bodies and partners that improve the efficiency or effectiveness of policing;
(j) All DGPs/Commissioners of Police remaining politically independent of their PCC;
(k) Managing all complaints against the force, its officers and staff DGPs/Commissioners of Police, and ensuring that the PCC is kept informed in such a way as to enable the PCC to discharge their statutory obligations in relation to complaints in a regular, meaningful and timely fashion. Serious complaints;
(l) Exercising the power of direction and control in such a way as is reasonable to enable the PCC to have access to all necessary information and staff within the force;

The direction and control of the DGPs/Commissioners of Police will include—

(a) The ability to issue a warrant to an attested officer with which that officer may exercise their police powers;
(b) Decisions in relation to the appointment and dismissal of officers and staff;
(c) Decisions concerning the configuration and organisation of policing resources (or) the decision whether, or whether not, to deploy police officers and staff;
(d) Total discretion to investigate or require an investigation into crimes and individuals as he or she sees fit;
(e) Decisions taken with the purpose of balancing competing operational needs within the framework of priorities and objectives set by the PCC;
(f) Operational decisions to reallocate resource to meet immediate demand; and
(g) The allocation of officers’ specific duties and responsibilities within the force area to meet the strategic objectives set by the PCC.

This list is not exhaustive and is by way of illustration only. The DGPs/Commissioners of Police will be expected to ensure that the PCC is regularly informed of their decisions and operational activity in a timely manner so that the PCC can hold the DGPs/Commissioners of Police to account for the totality of policing within their force area, including the operational delivery of the police service. The direction and control of the DGPs/Commissioners of Police does not just remain under the scrutiny of the PCC but is open to investigation and scrutiny by the Independent Police Complaints Authority within the parameters of their terms of reference.

The PCC and DGPs/Commissioners of Police must work together to safeguard the principle of operational independence, while ensuring that the PCC is not fettered in fulfilling their statutory role. The concept of operational independence is not defined in statute, as by its nature, is fluid and context-driven.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Holy Trip by ANHLGT


A group of ANHLGT (association of neighborhood ladies get together ) members went for pilgrimage for a 3 days trip to the holy city of Haridwar. A group of 40 persons including 35 lady members from various sectors of Dwarka reached the holy city and took the River Ganga dip. They even visited several temples, ashrams, and attended the holy prayer at Ganga Ghat etc.

मारीशस में पहला भोजपुरी अंतरराष्ट्रीय फिल्म महोत्सव

एस एस डोगरा 

मारीशस में अगले सप्ताह (31 मई से 6 जून) से आयोजित पहले अंतरराष्ट्रीय फिल्म महोत्सव में भोजपरी सिनेमा के 50 साल के इतिहास तथा उसकी मौजूदा दशा-दिशा पर चर्चा होगी। इस फिल्म महोत्सव के दौरान भोजपुरी सिनेमा में विशेष योगदान देने वालों को सम्मानित भी किया जायेगा।

रवि किशन, कुणाल सिंह और दिनेश लाल यादव

भोजपुरी पंचायत पत्रिका के संपादक तथा इस फिल्म महोत्सव की आयोजन समिति के मीडिया प्रभारी कुलदीप श्रीवास्तव ने बताया कि शाश्वतम फाउन्डेशन एवं मारीशस सरकार के सहयोग से हो रहे इस आयोजन के अध्यक्ष डां. उमाकान्तानन्द सरस्वती जी महाराज व संयोजक मंडल के अखिल भारतीय विकास समाज के अध्यक्ष डां. बीएन तिवारी ’भाईजी भोजपुरिया’, बिहार भोजपूरी अकादमी के अध्यक्ष डां. रविकांत दूबे और अशोक चौबे अध्यक्ष, भोजपुरी समाज, आगरा हैं, इस कार्य में भोजपुरी फिल्मों के जानी-मानी हस्तियां शामिल हो रहे हैं जिनमें में रवि किशन, कुणाल सिंह, दिनेश लाल लाल यादव (निरहुआ), कल्पना राजकुमार आर पाण्डेय और पाखी हेगड़े और जैसी भोजपुरी फिल्मी हस्तियां शिरकत करेंगी.

Summer vacation can be utilized for creativity


Shruti Phul

Summer vacations are undoubtedly the cheeriest time for every student. These vacations are generally started from the second week of May for two months every year. Summer Vacations are the longest break in the school year.Summer vacations starts after the one month of the new session.

Summer vacation varies, in northern India school ends on May and begins on July, while in southern India, school ends in the last week of March and begins in June. Some schools hold extra classes for the students of 10th and 12th class for preparing for their Board exams.

The reasons of the summer vacation are endless like-
* First reason is relaxation, a student gets exhausted after the end of the annual examination. They need rest to recover their energy and health.
*Second reason is to tide over the intolerable hotness of the summer month.
*Third reason is to give the chance to student to cover up his weakness in a particular subject.
*Fourth reason is to give an opportunity to them him to explore new places.


Children can do lots of things in these holidays. Don't waste time in sleeping or by watching TV, instead of these things, spend your valuable time by doing good and creative activities like painting, art and craft, reading books etc..

Children can go to the library and explore as many as books they can. Books are man's best friends. They give them a company at the time of happiness and as well as at times of distress.
Books are one of the main sources of knowledge. By exploring books they will able to get knowledge, can easily develop their mental ability. Children can join summer classes where they can join any activity of their choice.

They will meet lots of people and improves their communication skills. They can Travel with family and enjoy  at their native places or they can explore new places.Travelling can tells us about cultures of different people living at different places. It also breaks the boring routine of daily lives and fill our lives with new energy.

Children can enjoy summer vacations with their friends by visiting at educational places like museum, science museum, historical places etc....

It’s very important for children to take a one hour sleep in afternoon. It keeps them fresh and active.

Friday, May 25, 2012

CHHABEEL arranged on Shaheedi Purab

On the auspicious occasion of Shaheedi Purab of Sahib Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Dwarka Sikh Forum had arranged a CHHABEEL adjoining to DDA Sports Complex at the crossing of Sector - 5, 6,10 & 11, Dwarka on Friday the 25th May, 2012. In which cold sweet milk water was distributed through out the day. Large number of Dwarka residents including representatives from different social and religious groups of the sub City has participated in the Chhabeel.


Sardar Arvinder Singh Chhatwal welcomed Singh Sahib Giani Jaswinder Singh Ji, Head Granthi, Sri Darbar Sahib, Amritsar, Punjab with Siropayo (Shawl) on behalf of the members of the Dwarka Sikh Forum.Sardar Pratap Singh, President presented a Kirpan to Singh Sahib as a token of respect . Singh Sahib breifed the history of martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Ji and performed the prayer (Ardaas) for the welfare of Dwarka residents. He also distributed CD's of holy Gurubaani to the Sadh Sangat.

'Saiyyaan' by Ssameer Hits a Pristine Note In Punjabi Fusion


Music director Ssameer turns singer with his debut Punjabi album Saiyyaan

Ashok Kumar Nirbhay

"Speed Records", the biggest name in Punjabi music launched Ssameer's heart-throbbing debut Punjabi album, "Saiyyaan" in the presence of musicians and scores of fans. After the success of his earlier work as a young Singer, Guitarist and Music Director, Ssameer was asked to record and shoot his solo Punjabi fusion debut album, "Saiyyaan". The 7-track album consists of contemporary rock and hip-hop with traditional Punjabi folk, and reaches out to a diverse audience by cutting across the divides of disparate cultures, social boundaries, time and even language. One of the strengths of the album is that it brings a diverse flavour to Punjabi music along with an instant recognition factor due to the atypical accent of the versatile singer. 


During the launch of the album, besides Ssameer, there were Shamsher Mehndi, Manpreet Singh, Gora Singh, Nishant Mudgal, and senior officials of Speed Records, among an audience of over 100 music lovers who had been eagerly waiting for the launch of the album and to get their autographed CD, signed by the singer himself.

The album 'Saiyyaan' had its exclusive World Premiere on PTC Punjabi channel with the video being played exclusively in PTC Punjabi for a week with a 20 time daily rotation. The song 'Jatta' from the album 'Saiyyaan' was specially introduced and featured on BBC UK and received rave reviews. The album is available in leading music stores and on I-Tunes, among other major digital stores. The song, 'Saiyyaan' is available on Youtube where there has been fantastic response by music lovers. Music aficionados and Ssameer's fans can listen to the preview of the songs from the album on I-Tunes. The teasers of the video of 'Saiyyaan' from the album were uploaded on Ssameer's Facebook page, and have 27,000 fans 'liking' the stunning video teasers in a matter of days.

Ssameer's next 2 videos for the songs, 'Jatta' and 'Soniye' will be shot in London shortly. 'Soniye' from the album is at the number 2 and 8 positions in Delhi and Indian Pop charts, respectively. Ssameer, a versatile non-Punjabi speaking singer, who through his work with UK based singers, Jaan and Arya expanded his horizons to incorporate new age sounds in his music. The video of the album, shot in Jaisalmer, is directed by Akash Nelson. The album has been mastered by Robert King of Z-Noise Recording Studios in London.

Ssameer thanked the fans, musicians and media present with the promise, "I 'll continue to reach out to all music lovers across the world. I'm willing to learn many different Indian languages in my quest to connect with different Indian cultures, emotions and sensibilities. I'm receiving incredible feedback from all. Everyone is very positive about the popularity of the album due to reasons like, freshness of presentation, tracks and video. I strongly believe in the beauty of cultural diversity, as also the power of the universal language of love that unites diversity. Music can cut across boundaries."

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Satvinder Singh alias Sonu ji, Managing Director, Speed Records, "We are very excited about launching 'Saiyyaan', by a multi-talented artiste like Ssameer. He brings in a feel of freshness to the vibrant Punjabi music industry. Our expectations of success from this album are very high. The sound, accent and beat that he has adapted in this album are novel. With our experience in the music industry, we can safely say that Ssameer will set new, vibrant benchmarks in the entire Indian music industry."

According to Mr. Shamsher Mehndi, "Ssameer's youthful energy and soulful voice is sure to bring a new vibrancy in our industry. I personally like all the songs of the album, Saiyyaan, as they are heartfelt and reflect the true colours of Punjab in a novel manner. My congratulations and best wishes for great success to Ssameer and Manpreet for the future."

As a Music Producer of repute, Ssameer has done the catchy Music Track for 'Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi', directed and written by Rakesh Mehta and produced by K Sera Sera. The comedy drama comes with a refreshing story and music that stirred with the youth to a new beat. Besides, he has done half-a-dozen film tracks, including Sarhad Paar, The Silent Sherpa, Hum Phir Milein Na Milein, Gandhi to Hitler and I Don't Love You (yet to be released). Also sitting pretty in the resume are countless commercials, radio jingles and a montage.

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