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Friday, August 31, 2012

Latest film release - Jalpari - The Desert Mermaid


Film: Jalpari - The Desert Mermaid ; Release Date : 31, August 2012
Director --- Nila Madhab Panda
Producer --- Sushilkumar Agrawal
***** Starring ***** 
Lehar Khan, Krishang Trivedi, Harsh Mayar

Latest film release - I am 24


Film: I am 24 ; Release Date : 31, August 2012
Director --- Saurabh Shukla
Producer --- Arindam Chaudhuri
***** Starring ***** 
Rajat Kapoor, Ranvir Shorey , Manjari Fadnis, Saurabh Shukla, Vijay Raaz, Lilette Dubey, Delnaz Paul

Therapy Ayurveda Camp & Dental Camp by ANLGT


is 
organizing 
Therapy Ayurveda Camp & Dental Camp

Date: September 2, 2012
Time: 11am to 4pm
Venue: Karor Society, Plot No. 39c, Sector 6, Dwarka 

Residents can know the benefits of Ayurveda, get free consultation and interact with Therapy Ayurveda & Dental Team 


Students of Swar Sadhana kendra performed at Tihar Jail




Students of Swar Sadhana kendra with trophies after performing at Tihar Jail, Delhi

Latest film release - Joker



Film: Joker ; Release Date : 31, August 2012
Director --- Shirish Kunder
Producer --- Farah Khan, Akshay Kumar
***** Starring ***** 
Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha, Attaul Awal Hamid, Shreyas Talpade, Prakash Raj 


Apeejay School of Management organize a Live case study Seminar with Mumbai Dabbawallas

Apeejay School of Management, New Delhi, one of the premier B-Schools in the country, organized a seminar cum live case Study presentation for the future managers of MNCs from the team of Mumbai Tiffin Box Association, famously known as the Mumbai Dabbawallas. The event was hosted in collaboration with the Delhi Management Association, a wing of the All India Management Association on 8th August, 2012 at the ASM campus. The seminar was attended by all students at ASM from the PGDM, PGDM International Business and AIMC along with delegates and students from the DMA. 


The event present information and an impactful presentation about the Mumbai Dabbawallas, where they shared their year long journey in Mumbai and how they have lived up to the trust of millions of housewives in Mumbai day by day.

Speaking on this occasion Mumbai Dabbawalla Team Chief Coordinator & Speaker Mr. Subodh Sangle and one of the key supervisors of the team Mr. Kiran Gawande mention “By their own account of the operations, their results are achieved daily by using simple techniques clubbed with the sincere hard work and dedication on part of each of the Dabbawalla who is considered as a partner in this hugely successful and sound venture running for the last 120 years “

The presentation also covers how Dabbawallas earned a global excellence in their operations and supply chain management. Over the students in the seminar get very impactful insights from the Dabbawallas which is going to be a very helpful lession in the domain of management.

Bantam Broods is organizing Talent Show "HONHAAR"


Bantam Broods  is organizing a kids Talent Show "HONHAAR" in which a child can exhibit any kind of talent i.e. singing, dance, painting, drawing, jokes, mimickery etc. The most entertaining act will win attractive prizes and they will be judged on the basis of the audience votes. Each participant will get certificates from Bantam Broods.

Venue : Connecting Bridge, 1st floor, Sanskriti Appartements, Sec-19, dwarka opposite OPG World School.
Date:  Sunday, 2nd September
Time :  4pm to 7pm.

Latest film release - From Sydney With Love



Film: From Sydney With Love ; Release Date : 31, August 2012
Director --- Prateek Chakravorty
Producer --- Prateek Chakravorty
***** Starring ***** 
Sharad Malhotra, Bidita Bag, Prateek Chakravorty, Evelyn Sharma, Karan Sagoo, Reshmi Ghosh. 


Dr. M. D. Goswami is in Dwarka for consultation as Gynecologist



URGENT NEED FOR ADOPTION OF A STRATEGY TO TRANSFORM BUREAUCRACY - I

URGENT NEED FOR ADOPTION OF A STRATEGY TO TRANSFORM BUREAUCRACY IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE NATION & THE “AAM AADMI” -- ( PART ONE )

Rajendra Dhar
POLICE WATCH INDIA (Regd. NGO)

It would be nice to be able to adopt a coherent and persuasive strategy for confronting and transforming bureaucracy into self-managing alternatives of autonomous working groups, self-reliant communities, federations and networks, drawing on experiences and insights from a variety of successful and unsuccessful grassroots campaigns to change bureaucracy in this way. Unfortunately the information and experience to draw up such a strategy is not yet available, at least not in organised form. No more than a few isolated social action groups have developed campaigns focusing on transforming large-scale bureaucracy as an organisational form.


To outline some principles which we think are important in developing campaigns for transforming bureaucracy as follows:-

Link insiders and outsiders
Campaigns concerning bureaucracy are much more likely to be effective if they involve coordinated efforts by people both inside and outside the bureaucracy. Insiders know what is going on first-hand, especially work conditions, power structures, attitudes, avenues for intervention. They can provide valuable information to outsiders, can advise on what tactics might be misdirected or counterproductive, and can sound out ideas informally. Outsiders have much greater freedom to act without putting their careers in jeopardy. They can take overt stands not safe for insiders to take. Outsiders also can have a wider picture of the role of particular bureaucracies, and are closer in tune with community perceptions.

Insider-outsider links help ensure that campaigns are broad based, and prevent polarisation of attitudes. In many social movements, there is a strong tendency to label all those who are involved with oppressive structures as automatically supporters of the 'enemy' and therefore beyond salvation. This can include government bureaucrats, soldiers, police, corporation managers and political party workers. The result of accepting this attitude and adopting polarising methods is that the insiders close ranks against the attack by the outsiders. Any hope of changing the structure, whether government bureaucracy, army, police forces, corporations or political party structure, is squandered. Treating insiders as potential and indeed essential supporters, and building links with them, helps overcome this counterproductive polarisation.

Similar comments apply to insiders. Many workers in government bureaucracies, police forces, political parties and so forth are sympathetic to the goals of outside social action groups, but may see these groups as amateurish and meddling. The tendency is then to avoid contact with them. This allows the outsiders to become more out of touch and frustrated and adopt stronger tactics, thus polarising the situation. It is far more fruitful to build links with the outsiders and help them become more effective. This does not mean channeling the outside actions into bureaucratic avenues, but rather enabling outsiders to be more effective in their own terms, providing a persuasive challenge to bureaucracies while not antagonising bureaucrats needlessly.

The last word here, 'needlessly,' is important. Polarisation is often inevitable in social struggles. The point is to avoid a polarisation which turns too many people into supporters of the oppressive structure.

Building links between insiders and outsiders does not necessarily require close collaboration in 'mixed' groups. Linking between groups and individuals is compatible with 'separatism' so long as no group imagines its own efforts are the only ones required.

People who are both insiders and outsiders at the same time, such as feminist bureaucrats who maintain contact with outside feminist groups, can play a crucial role. They can be a thorn in the side of the bureaucracy by raising challenges internally, and also provide insights to outside groups to make their campaigns more effective.

Some people spend their time developing and carrying out alternative ways of living and working. Others commit themselves to confronting and eroding existing power structures; they may not have the time or energy to develop non-standard ways of living. A third role is of people who work in a bureaucracy and identify with it, but who are prepared to take part in decolonisation, namely helping people over whom they formerly had power to become independent. People in these and other roles should try to communicate with and build links between themselves, but that they should also expect inevitable conflicts between the different roles.

People do not just fall into a particular role, such as 'decoloniser,' by chance. Social class, sex, personal history and organisational location can each contribute to this. Decolonisers are so important in helping to challenge and change bureaucracies from the inside, the conditions which produce these people seems a crucial area for investigation.

An example of the unfortunate consequences of lack of contact between insiders and outsiders is the familiar antagonism between social activists and police. Calling police 'thulas' 'mamas' and even hating them are only among the more extreme manifestations of activist hostility to police, which is mutually reinforcing. WHILE MANY MEMBERS OF POLICE FORCES ARE CORRUPT, BRUTAL AND CONSERVATIVE, NOT ALL ARE. Many are politically aware and often sympathetic to the causes espoused by the protesters who they must guard or arrest. Police are the agents of social control for dominant groups, not the embodiment of evil.

If there is to be any hope of eliminating oppressive social structures, this will involve transforming police forces as structures. There is a need for self-managing methods for neighbourhood security, for alternatives to conventional prisons, for campaigns to undercut the roots of crime as well as redefinitions of crime, and for conversion plans for police forces. To achieve much of this, building links with sympathetic members of the police is an important task.

Use of political methods:
There is little prospect of transforming bureaucracy by exclusively using its own methods, in other words by working 'through the system.' Use of standard channels needs to be linked with methods that challenge the bureaucratic way of doing things, and which incorporate the alternatives being argued for.

This principle has the greatest relevance to those inside bureaucracy. One approach to social change is the 'long march through institutions.' This means climbing the existing hierarchical ladders to obtain formal positions of power, where supposedly one can then have some impact on social directions. The trouble with this approach is that the institutions change most of the individuals long before the individuals rise to positions to change the institutions.

If people in bureaucracies want to change its structure, they can begin at once by raising issues with colleagues, studying and preparing critiques, speaking out on relevant issues, providing support for insider dissidents, and being involved in action groups inside and outside the organisation. Although bureaucrats are often afraid of the consequences of being socially active, there is usually quite a lot that can be said and done without jeopardising one's position. In many cases, establishing a history of principled stands and outspoken behaviour allows a person more scope for further such activity. Others learn to expect dissent.

Climbing to or obtaining high positions in hierarchies is not necessarily undesirable for social activists, so long as this is done without sacrificing one's principles. At higher levels, the dangers of compromise and co-option are much greater. But sometimes the opportunities are greater too. Activists promoting self-management from high-level positions are in an inherently unstable position to the extent that their efforts are successful; their own formal power will be undermined. Indeed, a useful criterion for efforts against bureaucracy is whether top-level power is cemented or eroded.

IN A LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC STATE WHERE POWER RELATIONS ARE MASSIVELY UNEQUAL, LOBBYING IS MOST USEFUL TO POWERFUL GROUPS INTERACTING WITH EACH OTHER, SUCH AS CORPORATIONS LOBBYING STATE BUREAUCRACIES. THIS IS BECAUSE BUREAUCRACIES OPERATE ON THE BASIS OF CENTRALISED POWER, NOT LOGIC. FOR GROUPS WITHOUT TOP-DOWN CONTROL OVER PHYSICAL AND HUMAN RESOURCES, LOBBYING IS LARGELY FRUITLESS AND HENCE INTERACTIONS WITH BUREAUCRATS ARE EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Free women wellness camp in Dwarka on 2nd September



भा.वि.प.विकलांग पुनर्वास फाउंडेशन की मीटिंग का आयोजन


भारत विकास परिषद् दिल्ली प्रदेश उत्तर के अंतर्गत संचालित भारत विकास परिषद विकलांग पुनर्वास फाउंडेशन की मीटिंग का आयोजन अपार इंडिया ग्रुप आफ इंस्टिट्यूशन के बिग जोस टावर, नेताजी सुभाष प्लेस (पीतम पुरा) में खुले नए शिक्षण केन्द्र परिसर में किया गया। इस मीटिंग के प्रारम्भ में भा.वि.प.विकलांग पुनर्वास फाउंडेशन के अध्यक्ष श्री राजकुमार जैन ने जहाँ मीटिंग में उपस्थित सभी सदस्यों का हृदय से स्वागत किया वहीं उन्होंने मीटिंग के उद्देश्यों की चर्चा भी की तत्पश्चात् मुख्य संरक्षक श्री महेश चन्द्र शर्मा जी ने मीटिंग में चर्चागत होने वाले विषयों की संक्षिप्त रूपरेखा प्रस्तुत की। मीटिंग का संचालन महासचिव श्री संजीव मिगलानी ने किया।


इस मीटिंग में फाउंडेशन की देख-रेख में चल रहे प्रकल्पों के आर्थिक प्रबंधन का आंकलन किया गया जिसमें फाउंडेशन की देख-रेख में चल रहे प्रकल्पों और आगामी प्रकल्पों के बारे में विचार-विमर्श किया गया।

इस मीटिंग की अध्यक्षता भा.वि.प. विकलांग पुनर्वास फाउंडेशन के मुख्य संरक्षक श्री महेश चन्द शर्मा ने की तथा अन्य विशिष्ट उपस्थितियों में मुख्य परामर्शदाता श्री भूपेन्द्र मोहन भण्डारी, अध्यक्ष श्री राजकुमार जैन, महामंत्री श्री संजीव मिगलानी, कोषाध्यक्ष श्री बी.बी. दिवान, वरिष्ठ उपाध्यक्षा श्रीमती रश्मि गोयला, वरिष्ठ उपाध्यक्ष द्वय श्री जोगीराम जैन व श्री प्रदीप गोयल, अति. महासचिव द्वय श्री सुरेन्द्र मोहन लाम्बा व श्री बृजेश मांगलिक, अति.संगठन सचिव श्री हजारीमल गुप्ता, संरक्षक श्री एच. एल. चावला, फाउंडेशन के उपाध्यक्ष श्री जे.एस.पन्नू एवं श्री कपूर चन्द गोयल के अतिरिक्त श्री महेश शर्मा, श्री वेदप्रकाश मित्तल, किशनगंज शाखा के अध्यक्ष श्री माया प्रकाश गुप्ता, सचिव श्री रामबाबू यादव की उपस्थिति ने मीटिंग की शोभा बढ़ाई।

भोजपुरी को आठवीं अनुसूची में शामिल करने की मांग पर प्रदर्शन


भोजपुरी भाषा को संविधान की आठवीं अनुसूची में  शामिल करने की मांग को जोरदार ढंग से उठाकर सरकार पर दवाब बनाने की रणनीति के तहत पूर्वांचल  एकता मंच , भोजपूरी  समाज  दिल्ली, अखिल भारतीय बोह्ज्पुरी सहियता सम्मलेन व भोजपुरी के अन्य कई संगठनो की अगुआई में  देश के विभिन्न क्षेत्रों में  भोजपुरी के लिए संघर्षरत अनेक संगठनो ने बुधवार को जंतर-मंतर पर प्रदर्शन किया .



संसद के पिछले सत्र में तत्कालीन गृह मंत्री पी के  चिदंबरम हे यह भरोसा दिया था की मानसून सत्र में  भोजपुरी को संवेधानिक मान्यता दिलंत वाला बिल संसद में  प्रस्तुत किया जायेगा। लेकिन मानसून सत्र में  सरकार ने इस पर कोई पहल नहीं की . इस मौके पर बुद्धिजीवियों, भोजपुरी प्रेमियों व सामाजिक कार्यकर्ताओं ने अपना रोष प्रकट किया। इसके बाद प्रधान मंत्री, गृह मंत्री व लोकसभा अध्यक्ष को भोजपुरी भाषा को संविधान की आठवी अनुसूची में शामिल करने के आशय का ज्ञापन  भेजकर इस विषय पर जल्द कार्यवाही की मांग की गयी।

इस अवसर पर बोलते हुए संसद उमा शंकर सिंह ने कहा की इस मुद्दे को लेकर संसद के मौजूदा सत्र में उन्होंने संसद रघवंश प्रसाद सिंह के साथ यु पी ए  अध्यक्ष सोनिया गाँधी से मुलाकात की ओउर उन्हें सरकार की ओउर से मानसून सत्र में दिए गए आश्वासन की याद दिलाई। यह सत्र तो हंगामे की भेंट चढ़ता दिख रहा हे लिकिन हमें विश्वास के की अगले संसद सत्र में यह मांग पूरी हो जाएगी।

भोजपुरी समाज दिल्ली के अध्यक्ष अजित दुबे ने कहा की पिछले सत्र में तब के गृह मंत्री पी चिदंबरम की ओउर से आश्वासन दिए जाने के बावजूद भी मानसून सत्र में संसद में पेश शोने वाले बिलों इए सूची में यह मुद्दा शामिल नहीं है। पूर्वांचल एकता मंच अध्यक्ष शिवजी सिंह ने कहा की अब आर-पार की लड़ाई का समय आ गया है। सरकार अपने आश्वासन को अविलम्ब पूरा करे अन्यथा गाव से लेकर दिल्ली तक जनांदोलन किया जायेगा।

अखिल भारतीय भोजपुरी साहित्य सम्मलेन के महामंत्री डा . गुरुचरण सिंह ने कहा के पिछले चालीस साल से भोजपुरी भाषा को संवेधानिक मान्यता दिलाने हेतु प्रयास को सरकार हलके में न ले।कुंवर वाहिनी के अध्यक्ष प्रो जीतेन्द्र स्वामी ने कहा की सरकार भोजपुरी भाषा, साहित्य व संस्कृति को कमतर आंकने का प्रयास न करे। सरकार भोजपुरी को 8वी सूची में रखने की मांग को तुरंत पूरा करे।

इस मौके पर वहां हजारों की संख्या में उपस्थित भोजपुरी जन समुदाय को पी पाण्डेय, वी पी सिंह, संतोष पटेल, मनोज भावुक, निगम पार्षद सत्येन्द्र सिंह, निर्मल सिंह, मुकेश कुमार सिंह, एल एस प्रसाद, रामेश्वर सिंह, श्रीकांत यादव, श्रीकांत विद्यार्थी, विनोद श्रीवास्तव व अमरेन्द्र सिंह आदि ने भे संबोधित किया।  

Mallika Sherawat would be spicing up Haryana for KLPD


Prembabu Sharma

Mallika Sherawat is always known for her sex appeal, for her beautiful curves, for her ravishing prettiness. This stunning actress of Bollywood is all set to tantalize the silver screen once again with producer Krishan Chaudhry,Amit chandra,Reshma Chandra & Sanjay Khanduri’s directorial project Kismat Love Paisa Dill.

This time she would be seen romancing Vivek Oberoi on screen. Most interestingly Mallika would be moving to Haryana for this film’s shoot. Ohh! That means Mallika, you would be feeling at home in Haryana! Right?

Amit Chandra, the producer of Kismat Love Paisa Dilli said in a interview, “We have roped in Mallika for this role because she aptly fitted the role being the native of Haryana and since she had the knowledge and the dexterity of the language and dialect of the place, we signed her for the leading role.”

Adding further he says, “We needed someone who was sharp (teez taraar) and Mallika was the perfect choice for the role and Vivek appeared fit as well in Delhi’s boy’s character.”

Sources claim that besides her sensational side, Mallika’s character in the movie will be something of Pyaar Ke Side Effects. The actress is too excited for the film as after a long period she has been offered a leading role in a film. For quite a while now she has been doing cameos, second leads or item songs only.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Brain Storming Session of the Police Academy held at HYDERABAD


Mr. RAJENDRA DHAR was officially invited by the SARDAR VALLABHAI PATEL NATIONAL ACADEMY, HYDERABAD for presenting a paper at the Brain Storming Session of the Police Academy on 28.08.2012.


The Paper presented by him was acknowledged by all IPS Officers attending the Session as the best ever Paper presented by anyone at the Police Academy. The same is posted below :

The urgent need for sensitising all constituents of the “criminal justice system” as regards the deplorable plight of the “victims of crime” more particularly the police
AS THE POLICE IS THE BACKBONE OF THE “CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM”.

To sensitise the participants to the effects that crime and human rights violations may have on the victims of crime.

To identify steps that States must take in order to provide redress and protection for victims of crime and violations of their rights.

To increase the participants awareness of the importance of their potential as Police Officers in protecting victims of crime & their right to justice as per the law of the land.

What are the needs, problems and interests of victims of crime?

What problems are being faced by victims of crime and what is being done to remedy the situation by the police?

What is being done about vulnerable groups of victims, such as abused women and children?

What measures are being taken by the police in the country to help protect witnesses, informers & whistle blowers, whose lives may be in danger following their testimony? Are those measures being implemented in practice by the police as they should be implemented?

Whether a person is a victim of crime & human rights violations, the essential role of the police in responding effectively to the problems, needs and rights of the victim concerned must be foremost.

Members of the police force must not only be courteous and show understanding; they must also have a sound knowledge of human rights law and be prepared at all times to act impartially and independently in the pursuit of justice.

Unless the Police are not given the liberty to act promptly, vigorously and effectively in response to alleged human rights violations, human rights will largely remain a dead letter for victims of crime & as rightly said by Hon’ble Chief Justice of India that the Human Rights Charter as it stands today in practice is only making the life of the criminals easy & the life of the law abiding citizens a virtual hell.

It is for all government to grant the Senior Police Officers the independence to take the lead in enforcing not only human rights law but all the laws of the land with respect to“VICTIMS OF CRIME” by quickly & vigorously investigating and prosecuting the perpetrators of crime & persons who violate the individual rights of the “VICTIMS OF CRIME” and their right to restitution.

Wim hasn’t let pressure creep in: Francis Fernandes


Debayan Mukherjee

Francis Fernandes is an ‘all rounder.’ The 25-year old midfielder has the ability to fit in almost any role in the team and stays one of the mainstays in Wim Koevermans’ team. In an interview with www.thew-aiff.com, Francis spoke on his role, the ‘adjustments’ on the field, the match against Nepal and the next one against Cameroon. EXCERPTS:

Francis Fernandes passes during the India vs Nepal match

How would you describe your role in the side?
My role in the side is that of an all-rounder. I have to feed Sunil Chhetri upfront and come down when required to help Lenny (Rodrigues) and Mehtab (Hossain). I also have the responsibility to distribute and switch it to the flanks.

Is adjustment an issue for you owing as you keep changing your position in the match?
I can adjust to any position and meet the demands of the coach. In the Indian team I am starting in the hole behind Chhetri. This is something new for me. But I have no inhibitions. Every step is a learning one for me. I can adjust to any situation and play accordingly. As and when the strategy changes, I abide by it.

How difficult is it to switch to different formations in the course of a match?
I don’t find it that difficult. At Salgaocar I had to play in different positions according to the need of the team. I’m habituated to it. The support from the Seniors, eg, from someone like Syed Rahim Nabi helps be grow in confidence.

What did the coach say after the draw against Nepal?
He was very relaxed and stressed anything can happen in a match. He did not let pressure creep within the team. The rain affected our style of play a bit and passing was difficult. If the weather stays the same, we need to be flexible and adopt a different style in our next match.

What’s your assessment of Cameroon as a side?
They are the highest ranked Nation in the tournament. It’s obvious we have to be on our toes right from the kick-off. It’s a crucial match for us. They are physically very strong and boast of some very good players. We will discuss them prior to the match.

CALL OF TIME / RECEIVING GODS POWER FOR GOLDEN AGE


BRAHMA KUMARIS SECTOR -7 DWARKA ARE ORGANISING A PUBLIC SPRITUAL PROGRAMME ON 2ND September, 2012 AT GOKUL GARDEN SECTOR-7 DWARKA, CHIEF GUEST WILL BE SHRI MAHABAL MISHRA HONOURABLE, MEMBER PF PARLIAMENT, GUEST OF HONOUR SHRI RAJESH GHELOT, SMT SEEMA PANDIT


INSPIRATION BY- RAGYOGNI BK ASHA BEHANJI & RAJYOGNI BK BRIJ MOHAN ANAND, BLESSINGS BY- BK SHUKLA BEHANJI

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS: Mass Meditation. Soul elevating cultural items. Followed by Brahama Bhojan

Organisers: PRAJAPITA BRAHMA KUMARIS ISHWARIYA VISHWA VIDYALAYA NEAR SCHOOL OF AERONAUTIC SECTOR-7, RAMPHAL CHOWK, DWARKA, ND-110075
TEL :25080440, MOB: 9971215056 

नई फिल्म रिवायत

प्रेमबाबू शर्मा  
बैनर: होरीजन फिल्म्स प्रा.लि.
निर्माता - डा.संजय पटोले और डा.अजय राणे
निर्देशक - विजय पाटकर
संगीत - सुशील लाल
गीत - सुधाकर शर्मा और नुसरत
कलाकार - खालिद सिद्दीकी, सलिल अंकोला, अचिंत कौर, सौरभ दुबे, आदित्य लाखिया, नरेन्द्र झा, राजेंद्र गुप्ता, मंगल केंकरे, गौरी कुलकणी , मेजर विक्रम, राखी मिश्रा, तान्या तिवारी व सयाजी शिंदे
रीलिज डेट - 7 सिंतबर 2012

रिवायत की कहानी एन.जी.ओं कार्यकर्ता अनीता (सम्पिका) से शुरू होती है. अनीता की शादी अमीर व्यवसाई सेठ देसाई ( सौरभ ) के खबसूरत जवान बेटे राज देसाई (खालिद सिद्दीकी) से होती है लेकिन शादी के कुछ समय बाद ही अनीता को गंगापुर नाम के एक ऐसे गाँव में जाना पड़ता है जो कई मायनो में पिछड़ा हुआ है. वहां अनीता की मुलाकात राधा (गौरी कुलकर्णी) से होती है जो उसके बंगले की देखभाल करती है.
Salil Ankola, Achint Kaur & Sampika

कुछ समय बाद अनीता और राधा के बीच भावनात्मक रूप से मानवीय सबंधन जाते हैं, राधा से बातचीत के दौरान अनीता को पता चलता है की राधा घरेलु हिंसा की शिकार है, उसकी दो बेटियां है और उसका शराबी पति गंगाराम (आदित्य लाखिया) इसी बात को लेकर उसके साथ मारपीट करता रहता है. राधा फिर गर्भवती होती है, उसके पति को पता चलता है की राधा के गर्भ में कन्या पल रही है. वह राधा को गर्भ गिराने पर जोर देता है, राधा किसी भी तरह अपने गर्भ को बचाना चाहती है, समय पर राधा एक मरी हुई बच्ची को जन्म देती है, अनीता राधा की मरी हुई बच्ची पैदा होने की सच्चाई को समझ जाती है, और राधा को न्याय दिलाने के लिए उठ खड़ी होती है. राधा के साथ युवा ड्राईवर कबीर (नरेन्द्र झा) जो की एक कवि और गायक भी है और कुछ अन्य लोग उसके साथ आगे आते हैं और अनीता की इस लड़ाई में उसके दोस्त, हमदर्द और सलाहकार बनते है.

Maushmi Badra Launch her new collection “Rising Buddha”


Abhishek Dubey

Bollywood well know Jewellery Designer Maushmi Badra launches her new Jewellery collection on "Rising Buddha" in Mumbai. Badra organized fashion show showcasing her new collection which is inspired by Nichiren Daishonins Buddhism which was highly appreciated and applauded at her debut in Bangalore fashion week a month back.


Badra Said, “it’s a great pleasure to launch such a unique collection of “Rising Buddha” which reflects different life conditions of an ordinary human being who is on the way to enlightenment through his bodhisattva or seeking nature.”

Badra’s collection depicts various moods and it is comprised of garments from heavy indian to heavy Victorian drapes with rich vibrant and subtle colors catering to all the occasions. The collection goes with all the jewellery ranging from basic to heavy bridal and desingned to accentuate the beauty of the modern women.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

ANHLGT Celebrated Independence Day


ANHLGT celebrated Independence Day from July to August. 2 nd july cleanliness public meeting at sheetal vihar, sector-23 Rajesh Gahlot and MCD officials where there. Garbage removal and sweeping complaints. He said the situation will improve very soon.

Apart from this as part of Independence Day celebrations ANHLGT organized various events throughout dwarka. Following events were held:

Police-public meeting – (Held at Shivam apartments sector-12 on 8th July 2012 attended by Additional CP Anil Ohja, additional DCP Pankaj Singh , ACP Samey Singh Meena, Shashi Tomar Muncipal councilor). Meeting was attended by around 500 residents including senior citizens and ladies from all over Dwarka . Issues related to law and order were discussed in detail

Medical camps:
General Medical camp Held at Millenium apartments sector-9 on 15th July 2012 organised by ANHLGT and Colmbia Asia
Eye camp Held at Air force and Naval society sector – 7 on 29th July 2012

Environment awareness camp: Held at Abhyan apartment sector-12 on 21st July 2012.- Topics discussed where re-use of BIO waste and vermi composition. Many ladies participated in this event and made it successful.

Tree planting – The Program was organized at Sector 10 park no.4 on 6th August 2012 in front of Saraswati Model School. Students from saraswati Model school and Indraprastha school participated in the event along with the DDA horticulture department.

The Program was also organized at Sector 12 behind Abhyan appartment on 8th August 2012 by ANHLGT. Students from Ardash World School, Sam International School, Kendriya Vidyalaya and Dwarka International School Participated in this event along with the DDA horticulture department.



Sports Meet : Following sports events were held for Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Foot Ball, Lawn Tennis and Table Tennis for various age groups.

A special Ladies cricket match was organized for ladies for the peace and happiness of families to create solidarity and friendship. There were two teams namely Jasmine and Rose from New Millenium Appts., Sec-23. Jasmine team were winners.

Apeejay Stya University organizes orientation programme for academic year 2012-13


Apeejay Stya University (ASU), India’s first Liberal Arts & Meta University, on Tuesday started its five-day orientation programme for the academic year 2012-13 at its campus in Gurgaon.


The orientation programme is focussed on different aspects of academic and administrative systems of the University in order to benefit the new students. This five-day long programme will facilitate the students to interact with business leaders from different fields.

Mr. Sanjay Vidyarthi, MD Telmark Network Technologies was the Guest of Honour and Mr. Arun Arora, Group Head & Exec VP, GVK group was the Chief Guest of the programme. 

Addressing the students Mrs. Sushma Berlia, Co-Founder & Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University said, “We are extremely happy to be with the new batch at the start of this wonderful new session. Today, the world wants students, who can create their own footprint in the sand of life; who can take charge of their own life. With this, we believe that you will not only succeed but create your own footprint for others. ASU prepares students with right potential which makes them efficient not only for their first job, but also for the entire career and life at large. With best of knowledge and skills their most important thing is to think for themselves and apply what they learn and continue learning, perhaps updating their knowledge.”

While interacting with the students, Mr. Aditya Berlia, Co-Founder & Pro-Chancellor of ASU emphasized on multidisciplinary approach and acknowledged how the entire job market is changing around the world. Adding to that, he said, “Those students having holistic knowledge and multidisciplinary talent would prosper in life.”

Besides, the Dean from different schools of ASU presented their thoughts on their respective departments and gave different valuable insights about the current trends and their future.The long discussion on the inaugural day of the programme ended with an ice breaking session by Mr. Aditya Berlia.

Husband Store - Choose Your Husband Here !


R.D. Bhardwaj "Noorpuri"

A new and unique store was opened in a city and its owner displayed many advertising hoardings across the city familiarising the people about it and also inviting the eligible girls and women to take benefit out of that, which claimed to sell husbands to the prospective and marriageable girls or women, where they could go and choose the husband of their choice.

One day, a high profile lady while driving her car, read its sign board and was quite pleased and excited to note that such a store has been opened where she can personally go there for selection of some man of her choice from amongst a galaxy of them. She shall have a choice of selecting a man of the colour she likes, height she may prefer and many other physical and psychological qualities she would like to have in her would-be husband. She thinks that it is really a novel and innovative idea to open such a store which is surely going to benefit women in many ways. Keeping all these things in mind, she goes inside the store to choose a husband. Among the instructions at the entrance door is a briefdescription of how the husband store functions.

It says that women may visit the store ONLY ONCE ! There are six floors and the merits and qualifications of the men are put-up there and they increase as the shopper ascends the flights to the upper floors. There is, however, a catch ..... a condition ......... the client may choose any man from a particular floor, and if she does not like any husband displayed on that floor, she may like to go up a floor for selection ofanother husband having other and higher merits and credentials; but shecannot come back down to the lower floor, except to exit the building ! So, a woman goes to the Husband Store to find a husband of her choice and closer to the likings of her heart ........

On the first floor the sign on the door reads : Floor 1 - These men have medium jobs, medium heights and have moderate feature. They also have faith in God and are hence, having lot of moral and social values.

The second floor sign reads :
Floor 2 - These men have better jobs, most of them have fair complexion, better heights, good salaries and also love the kids.

The third floor sign reads :
Floor 3 - These men have decent jobs, believe in the existence of God and may or may not have some of moral values the client may like to have in them, but they love kids, and are extremely good looking.

"Wow," she thinks pauses for a while, but feels tempted to keep goingto the upper floor to have still better husband.

She goes to the fourth floor and sign reads :
Floor 4 - These men have very good jobs, love the Nature, love the kids, are really very good looking and like help their wives to share theirhouse-hold works. They also love horse riding and enjoy water games.

"Oh, mercy me !" she exclaims, "I can hardly stand it !" For a while, she thinks that it would be better to choose a husband from amongst many displayed on that floor, but then, on a second thought, she thinks that there may be still better choices on the next floor.

Still, she goes to the fifth floor and sign reads :
Floor 5 - These men have executive jobs, earn a lot of money, love visiting far off places by travelling by sea or air and exploring other countries, love the kids, are very gorgeous to look at, they hardly like to do any house-hold works but have a strong romantic inclinations. They can also afford luxury cars and servants to work at their homes.

She is so tempted to stay, but then on a second thought, her steps automatically move towards the sixth and the last floor to see what kind of husbands are on display there. On reaching that floor, she finds the sign, which reads as under :

Floor 6 - You are visitor No. 4,63,517 - visiting woman to this floor. There are no husbands on display on this floor. Please also note that there are good chances of God granting your reasonable and genuinewishes, but certainly not satisfying your insatiable GREED ......... After all, this is earth only, and certainly not heaven !!!

This floor has been made solely as proof that to show that women are really impossible to please. Thank you for shopping at the Husband Store. Watch your steps carefully as you exit the building, and have a nice day !

And lastly, please note that you may be allowed to visit our store after a cooling period of one year.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Boman Irani at Armaan Malik Victory at CASCADE 2012

Boman Irani with Ali Asgar at CASCADE-2012

Abhishek Dubey

Its victory time for Armaan Malik son of well known Music Director Daboo Malik. Many Bollywood celebrities are the witnesses of Armaan Malik victory at CASCADE 2012 inter collegiate competition. Boman Irani comes first and appreciates his love toward the Music. He was seen glued to the voice of Armaan Malik.

Music Lover Boman Irani said, “He has very excellent voice which I have never heard before. It’s good to see a fabulous performance at this age.”

Arman Malik with his Mom and Principal, Daboo Malik with his wife
Bollywood Actor Sharman Joshi was seen enjoying his song which steals his heart. He said, “Armaan has very unique. I will never forget this great full moment.”

The Bollywood music director Daboo Malik and his wife were seen praising their son. The Bollywood stars showered the blessings to Armaan and wished him a great future.

भोजपुरी भाषा को 8 वीं अनुसूची में शामिल करने के लिए २९ अगस्त को विशाल धरना- प्रदर्शन



ABOUT PAHAL SOCIAL ORGANISATION (REGD)


PAHAL a registered NGO started a group of like minded people having operations at Delhi, Kolkata, Gurgaon, Patna and Lucknow. Very soon Pahal is going to start opearations at Guwahati, Srnagar and Bhubeneswar.

The objective of the Pahal is helping and upliftment of the economically weaker section of the society. Pahal has allready done several activities like cloth distribution, Medical camps, helping the blind people as well as eye donation campaign with the association of world without obstacles(wwo).

The registered office of Pahal is situated at Dwarka and we are associated with several activities in Dwarka and surrounding areas.

We require members who can contribute some ideas as well as few hours in a month for this noble cause, those who are interested, please contact.

Byomkesh Bhattacharjee  9818672947
K C Banerjee    9818672947
A.Halder          9810042625




THE GROUND REALITY OF THE SYSTEMS OF GOVERNANCE THAT ARE THERE IN INDIA

Rajendra Dhar
POLICE WATCH INDIA (Regd. NGO).

Everywhere people in India keep cribbing at all levels that the various systems that constitute Governance are either in shambles or are crumbling whether it be the Criminal Justice System, the Economic System, the Education System, the Political System, the Parliamentary System or for that matter any other System. The tragedy is that the only sufferer is the "Aam Aadmi" & none else.



To analyse & arrive at the truth that is we will have to first understand the basics.

ANY SYSTEM IS:-

A set of detailed methods, procedures, and routines established or formulated to carry out a specific activity, perform a duty, or solve a problem.

An organized, purposeful structure, regarded as a whole and, consisting of inter-related and inter-dependent elements (components, entities, factors, members, parts etc). These elements continually influence one another (directly or indirectly) to maintain their activity and the existence of the system, in order to achieve the goal of the system.

All systems have

(a) Inputs, outputs, and feedback mechanisms,
(b) Maintain an internal steady-state (called homeostasis) despite a changing external environment,
(c) Display properties that are peculiar to the whole (called emergent properties) but are not possessed by any of the individual elements, and
(d) Have boundaries that are usually defined by the system observer.

Systems underlie every phenomenon, and are everywhere one looks for them. They are limited only by the observer’s capacity to comprehend the complexity of the observed entity, item or phenomenon. Every system is a part of a larger system, is composed of sub-systems, and shares common properties with other systems that help in transferring understanding and solutions from one system to another. Systems obey rules that cannot be understood by breaking them into parts, and stop functioning (or malfunction) when an element is removed or altered significantly. Together, they provide a coherent and unified way of viewing and interpreting the universe as a meta-system of interlinked wholes, and of organizing our thoughts about the world.

Although different types of systems (from a cell to the human body, soap bubbles to galaxies, ant colonies to nations) look so very different on the surface, they have remarkable similarities. At the most basic level, the systems are divided into two categories: (1) Closed systems: theoretical constructs that have solid boundaries and where only the components within the system are assumed to exist in a self-sufficient state. All other influences or variables from outside the system are considered to be non-existent or insignificant for the purpose of the system analysis. (2) Open systems: the real-world systems that have permeable boundaries through which they continually exchange energy, material, and information with their external environment the larger system in which they exist. Different systems methodologies (such as systems dynamics and systems thinking) classify systems differently.

The effective operation and sustainable development of the social system benefit from the coordination ability of social management. In fact, to manage is to coordinate. It is a human-centered process operated for the desired goal of social organization. However, because of the University of Coordination, coordination becomes the core element in the management across all functions. As the social coordination involves many factors, such as technology, institution, information even ethics, moral and so on, administrators who incorporate these influencing factors into an integral whole, have natural connections with coordination and it is more due to the demands of reality and the course of history, rising from the inherent mechanism of coordination to building harmonious society and harmonious world, we can see that the responsibilities of administrators are particularly important, very profound and far-reaching.

THE FACT IS THAT NO SYSTEM OF ITS OWN MALFUNCTIONS BUT THE BITTER TRUTH IS THAT SYSTEMS ARE DELIBERATELY MADE TO MALFUNCTION BY THOSE WHO ARE PART & PARCEL OF THESE SYSTEMS OR OVERSEE THESE SYSTEMS i.e. THE POLITICIANS.

THE QUESTION THAT REMAINS IS WHY THEY DO SO?

The Answer Is Not That Very Simple & Obvious. Corruption On The One Hand & Vested Interests Of The Capitalists & The Politicians On The Other Hand Are The Root Causes.

However There Are Some Who As Part & Parcel Of These Systems On Condition Of Anonymity Say That There Are Administrative, Political As Well As Other Compulsions Which Force Them To Deliberately Put These Systems Into Disarray (The Reasons That Are There Will Be Brought Out At A Later Point Of Time).

IT IS HIGH TIME THAT ALL OF US SHOULD JOIN HANDS TO STEM THE ROT THAT IS EATING INTO ALL THE SYSTEMS OF GOVERNANCE AND WE HAVE TO MOVE FAST BEFORE IMPENDING OMINOUS ANARCHIAL TENDENCIES TAKE ROOT FOR GOOD.

FACE TO FACE @Sri VIS 2012


Sri Venkateshwar International School hosted the annual Inter-School Fiesta Face to face @SVIS 2012. The event saw enthusiastic participation from 26 schools across Delhi & NCR. 


The itinerary of the event ensured the blossoming of co-scholastic talent as an offshoot of scholastic ability.

Day 1 had the students of Pre-School to Class 1 partake in Rhyme Time, Creatica and Street Play.
Day 2 saw the students excelling in Math-o-Fun, Paint-O-Mania, Tech Smart, Rhythmic Yoga and Claymates.
Day 3 saw the curtains drawn on the talent in the events Director’s Cut, Rhythm Mania and Web Designing.

The fiesta saw some stellar performances from all students. A special mention for the host school, Sri VIS, which entered non-competitive entries in all categories and outdid all contemporaries in 9 out of 11 events as noted by the panelists.

The esteemed panel of Judges Comprised Dr. Puja P. Hazari, Dr. Harshali Singh, Mr. Akhilesh Pandey, Ms. Jyoti Sethi, Ms. Sharmila, Ms. Mani Sharma, Mr. Gautam Sarkar, Prof. V.S. Dixit, Mr. Parminder, Mr. Rahul Kalikotey. 


The fiesta culminated with the prize distribution ceremony. The School Chairman Mr Sailander Solanki and the Principal Ms Nita Arora gave away the three Rolling Trophies for Face to Face, Athkheliyan and Techies & Gizmos. The School Principal also applauded the efforts of each participant as they showcased their mettle in the event.

Reaching the apogee of excellence the non-competitive entry of the host school, SVIS, led it to be the eventual winner with 249 points. However the winner of Rolling Trophy was VIS, Sec 10, Dwarka for Face to Face@Sri VIS who followed with 208.5 points.

The Guests of Honour were Capt. Ishwar Singh, Advisor, Venkateshwar Group of Schools and Ms Neeta Rastogi, Principal, Sadhu Vaswani International School for Girls, and they highly appreciated the efforts of all participating schools. Ms. Rastogi exhorted them to keep up the spirit of participation and achieving as this generation gets opportunities to showcase their Multiple Intelligences.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

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Knowledge without common sense is dangerous


There is a huge amount of information and knowledge available today. We can easily access data on any subject under the sun without much effort. Simple information, facts and figures is data. Data is collected and organised according to subject. It is very useful referencing tool. When the collected information is collected and digested, it becomes knowledge. Right application of knowledge is wisdom and common sense. When knowledge is put to practical use, it should be done taking into account the laws of society, goodness of mankind and universal laws. Knowledge should not be applied to practical use without an eye at the consequence. If we do so, we will suffer from the misuse of knowledge.

Knowledge about fire and finance is available easily and can be understood. When this knowledge is used with commonsense and wisdom, fire helps to cook, warm a person and give light and heat and finances multiply and grow and provide income and wealth for personal and social expansion. When fire is used without proper knowledge or without regard to consequence, it burns down everything in sight and wipes out the area. What remains is a handful of ash. When we play with finances without regards to consequence, we can create evil or great loss and pain for ourselves and others. When we acquire knowledge, we should also go within ourselves and contemplate the right use of knowledge and its consequences. Wise use of knowledge will benefit us and mankind. Without wisdom of proper use of knowledge, we lose perspective and can lose our grounding. The story below illustrates this truth:

Four friends lived in a village. Three of these four friends were well versed in esoteric sciences and tantra but had no common sense. The fourth friend was not learned in scriptures or tantra but had a great deal of common sense. He had knowledge of what was good or bad for him and was practical in his approach towards life. One day, the three learned men decided to travel and make use of their knowledge to earn money. They let the fourth fellow travel with them even though he was not learned because he was a childhood friend.

The friends travelled and went from town to town displaying their skills in order to earn money. Once they had to cross a dense forest. While resting at noon, they saw a heap of bones lying under a tree. Looking at the bones, one of the learned friends said: Let us use this opportunity to test our skills. These are the bones of a certain animal. Let us use our knowledge and bring this animal back to life.

The first friend used his skills to assemble the scattered bones into a skeleton. He chanted a mantra and ordered all the bones to come together and form a skeleton. When the skeleton was ready, the second friend used his skills and with chants of some mantra commanded flesh and blood to fill the skeleton and skin to cover it up. Now the animal looked like a lifeless lion.

As the third friend was about to chant a mantra and breathe life into the lifeless body of the animal, the fourth friend shouted: Stop! This looks like the body of a lion. If you give him life, he will attack us and kill all of us. The other friends were angry and shouted at him: You fool! Shut up! This is a rare opportunity to test our skills and knowledge. Do not make us lose it.

When the third man began to chant mantra to give life to the lifeless lion, the fourth man leaped up and climbed a tree as fast as he could. The others laughed at him. The chant of the third friend worked and the lion came to life. He sprang up and killed all the three learned men. The fourth man waited for a while and when it was safe, climbed down and went back to his village.

Knowledge for sake of knowledge has no value. Knowledge should have practical value which makes our life easier and more efficient. Mere book knowledge of scriptures is not enough. Practical practices like SitaRam Mantra and Meditation that bring about noticeable positive changes in our life are necessary. 

( As told by Omdasji Maharaj to his disciples) 


CONGRATULATIONS! Indian players are the Under-19 Cricket World Cup CHAMPIONS


This is phase of emotional transition for me: Gourmangi Singh


Debayan Mukherjee

Gourmangi Singh has stayed the bedrock of Indian defence since 2006. The former AIFF Player-of-the-Year has been part of two Nehru Cup triumphs besides being a member of the AFC Challenge Cup winning squad. In a freewheeling interview with www.the-aiff.com, Gourmangi speaks at length about the ‘New India,’ under Wim Koevermans, his partnership with Raju Gaikwad, Sunil Chhetri’s purple patch, old pal Subrata Pal and his transition into a senior player.EXCERPTS:

Gourmangi Singh and his other teams warm up ahead of a practice session at Jaypee Greens

With two wins on the trot the team spirit must surely be on a high.
The three points against Syria were very important for us. A win in the first match of any Tournament is always a morale booster. We combined well against Maldives but we cannot afford to bask in its glory. The focus has already shifted to our next match against Nepal. We are not thinking too far ahead.

How do you define the new team?
It is very early to comment on that. We are just two matches old under a philosophy and system brought in by our coach WimKoevermans. It has been just three weeks that we have been together. But I feel we have shown glimpses of what we are trying to do. This is a ‘New India’ for sure. The little success we have got so far is because every member of the team is giving his best for the cause. It’s pertinent that we recognise the contributions of the coaching staff, the support staff and the fans.

What’s been your assessment of the new Coach?
He is a very positive man. He has received a warm welcome from the players and is trying to instill a new philosophy into the team. We are learning a lot under him. This is the beginning of a new era. There are better days to come and this unit has it in them to go the distance.

Who has been the stand out performers for you so far?
For a moment, let’s leave aside the seniors – Sunil Chhetri, Rahim Nabi, Mehtab Hosain, Subrata Pal and myself -- we have been talked about a lot. I feel it’s time to focus on someone like Francis Fernandes or a Lenny Rodrigues. They are playing so well. Take Francis’s cross to Sunil for example. It was top class – wasn’t it? Robin Singh complemented Sunil very well after he was brought in. It’s time these youngsters hog the limelight.

This phase is an emotional transition for someone like me – as I am no more a junior but have all of a sudden become a senior player, that too at 26. The responsibility obviously, has increased.

Sunil Chhetri is in tremendous form. If you were to stop him, what would you have done?
(Gourmangi busts into laughter)… Sunil has been in exceptional form and has been scoring at those important phases. That’s what we need from him. He is a great guy to have you in your side. He can lift up the spirits very fast. We share a great rapport. Talking of stopping him (laughs again)…well our rivals would be listening, so why should I reveal. (laughs again). Let the other teams think about him.

You also share a great camaraderie with Subrata Pal since the TFA days. How much does he add confidence to the team?
His consistency is laudable. He is a very energetic goalkeeper and anticipation is very good. He is my best mate and we are sharing the same room. The team depends on him and he never lets us down. I’m looking forward to playing with him together for Prayag United when the clubs season unfolds.

You have played with different partners in the central defence for the Indian Team. What is special about your understanding Raju Gaikwad.
He is one of the best centre backs who have come up the ranks. After Mahesh (Gawli), he is the pick of the lot. He echoes a lot of confidence in defence and leads the pack of a very talented new generation which will rule Indian football in the next decade. Mahesh Gawli has always stayed my idol as a stopper back and I grew up watching him. I miss him very much as much I miss Bhaichung Bhutia and others.

How much has Gourmangi Singh matured over the years?
Football stays my life. I have always wanted to play football and I’m happy I’m able to chase my dream. I play with passion and chase my dream. There’s still so much to learn.

एस एच ओ पालम की विदाई के उपलक्ष में सम्मान सभा


पालम थाना अध्यक्ष श्री सतबीर सिंह जी के एस एच ओ पालम थाना में सफल कार्यकाल के लिए फेडरल वेलफेयर असोसिएसन द्वारा उनके सम्मान में सम्मान सभा का आयोजन किया गया. जिसमे पालम क्षेत्र के अंतर्गत विभिन्न सामाजिक संस्थाओ के लगभग सौ पदाधिकारियो ने भाग लिया. फ़ेडरेशन की तरफ से चेयरमन श्री युगल किशोर दिवेदी, श्री नरेश लाम्बा व राकेश राणा सचिव, श्री कैलाश शर्मा उपधाक्ष ने उनको प्रशस्ति पत्र देकर सम्मानित किया. श्री नरेश लाम्बा जी कहा कि हमारे क्षेत्र के चार सुरक्षा अधिकारिओ (Shree Bhagwan Singh, SHO Dwarka Sec-23 PS), (Shri Suman Pushkarna Ji PS Dwarka South), Shri Naresh Kumar PS Dwarka North) में श्री सतबीर सिंह जी का क्षेत्र बहुत विकट था जिसमे स्लम, गाँव, द्वारका इत्यादि पड़ते हैं लेकिन इन्होने बड़ी कुशलता से सभी सामाजिक संगठनो से तालमेल करते हुए सफलता पूर्वक कानून व्यवस्था को वोक्सित किया. और इनके मिलनसार स्वभाव तथा कुशल अधिकारी होने के कारण हमेशा लोगो कि बात सुनी. 



श्री दिवेदी जी ने कहा कि हम जब भी किसी पीड़ित व्यक्ति के लिए इनके पास गए इन्होने उस पर सकारात्मक नजरिया अपनाते हुए हमेशा हर संभव सहायता की. क्षेत्र के लोगो ने शाल व फूलो से उनका सम्मान किया. श्री सतबीर सिंह ने कहा कि एक एस एच ओ के नाते हमेशा अपना फर्ज पूरा किया और जितना स्टाफ मुझे विभाग कि तरफ से दिया गया मैंने योजना बनाकर उतने में ही अधिक से अधिक उनका बेहतर उपयोग करने कि कोशिश की, और मुझे सफलता मिली. आप लोगो के सम्मान से मुझे और बेहतर करने कि प्रेरणा मिली हैं मैं आपके सम्मान को तहेदिल से स्वीकार करता हूँ और नए थाना अध्यक्ष से भी निवेदन करूँगा कि सामाजिक संगठनो और लोगो कि भागीदारी को आवश्य हमेशा सम्मान दे मैं जहाँ भी रहूँगा आपके सम्मान को हमेशा स्मरण रखूँगा और अपना फर्ज पूरा करूँगा.

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