Bookings India Health Monitor Launch

Mr CK Mishra  Secretary MoHFW was the chief Guest to launch the The Brooking  India Health Monitor which  brings together real time data, research and powerful analytics of India’s healthcare sector on a common platform. To grace the occasion delegates from hospitals, research institutions, media  and officials of the Ministry health, science and Niti Ayog,were present.  Chief Guest CK Mishra Secretary Health declared the launch of the site after his selective worded speech on Data and Monitors a not a homogeneous subject but well beginning by institution of repute like Brooking India shall lend an easy task in assessing and formulation of policy, welfare health programmers.

This is created using publicly available data from across all states and Union Territories of India. It enables researchers and policy makers to access, monitor and analyse real time health measures at a highly dis-aggregated level.

This Health Monitor is the brainchild of Dr. Shamika Ravi (Senior Fellow, Brookings India), Dr. Mudit Kapoor (Indian Statistical Institute) and a team of research and administrative collaborators from across the country. The detailed methodology outlining variables and computation is explained here. The portal also provides latest research in healthcare from Brookings India and Brookings Institution that is of relevance to India. This is an evolving platform and we welcome you to join the effort.

अलग-अलग दलों के कई सांसद किसान मुक्ति संसद में आए, किसानों की माँग को दिया समर्थन।

Modi’s false promises on Minimum Support Price exposed

Modi’s false promises on Minimum Support Price exposed

Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh again misled the country by making a completely false statement by claiming that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had never promised to offer a minimum support price to farmers but had instead promised to give a profit of 50% profit to farmers on the production cost. Not only is this a completely false statement but the minister also did not clarify how the farmers can gain a profit of 50% without having an MSP in place.

Read what he said in Parliament and comment !

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7th MSME Convention The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Challenges & Opportunities for SME’s

 Dear Mr Sagar ,

7th MSME Convention
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Challenges & Opportunities for SME’s
27-28th July 2017, New Delhi

 


All India Management Association (AIMA) has been spearheading its efforts to enhance the competitiveness of MSMEs through Entrepreneurial capacity building programmes and has been conducting MSME Conventions to address these issues and more. These Conventions have been held previously in Delhi, Chennai, Guwahati and Ahmedabad and have helped MSMEs to come together, appreciate their place and role in the national economy, and formulate an agenda for progress.

Now, the 7th  AIMA-MSME Convention   is scheduled to be held on 27-28th July, 2017 at the India Habitat Centre, in New Delhi, will focus on the theme – “The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Challenges & Opportunities for SMEs”. While the 3rd Industrial Revolution, rooted in Information Technology and data synthesis, radically changed industries globally, the 4th Industrial Revolution is taking it a step further,  bringing the digital and physical world together and accelerating change. Described as the immeasurable influx of new innovations-from the higher form of artificial intelligence, cost efficient 3D printing , autonomous vehicles, nanotechnology, advances in medical science-the 4th Industrial Revolution brings together these disruptive elements. These disruptive technological elements will impact enterprises beyond manufacturing and systems . MSME’s in particular stand to face new challenges and emerging opportunities in the new disruptive global economic order.

Mr. Kalraj Mishra
, Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises has  been invited to deliver the Inaugural Address.

The eminent speakers invited include Mr Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman,  The Hero Enterprise and President, AIMA;  Ms. Mia Mikic,Director, Trade ,Investment & Innovation Division, UN-ESCAP; Mr. S N Tripathi, Additional Secretary & Development Commissioner, Ministry of MSME; Dr. J S Juneja, former CMD, NSIC Ltd; Mr. Ravindranath, CMD, NSIC Ltd; Dr P Arora ,Head, CHORD, Department of Science & Technology; Mr. Prahlad Kakkar, Brand Guru;  Mr. Vinod Kumar, President, India SME Forum; MrM. Anil Kumar, Founder Director, SLN Technologies;  Mr. Amit Agarwal, Country Manager ,Amazon; Mr. Chandra Shekhar Ghosh, CEO & MD, Bandhan Bank; Mr Ouseph  Padickakudi, UNIDO; Mr. Shankar Lal, Lead Procurement Specialist, World Bank ; Dr. Ravi P Singh,Secretary General, Quality Council of India; Mr. Ramesh Vishvakarma, Vice President, Polycab Industries Ltd; Mr. Sanjay Goel, Chief General Manager ,SIDBI; Mr. Madhav Lal, former Secretary, Ministry of MSME amongst others.

The Convention will have participation from manufacturing and services industry, investors, budding entrepreneurs, representatives from Government, banks, financial institutions, credit rating agencies, media and academia from all over the Country. The Convention will feature some of the best minds and professionals as speakers and participants who will share their experiences.

I am writing to invite you to kindly attend and benefit from the deliberations.


Please send your confirmation  to Mr. Arun Kapoor , Deputy Director (9811575262) at 
akapoor@aima.in.

I look forward to your positive response.

Warm regards,

Dr Raj Agrawal
Director
Centre for Management Education
All India Management Association
Andhra Association Building,
4th Floor, 24-25, Institutional Area, Lodi Road,
New Delhi-110 003

Dear Sagar Media Inc, 7000 trees were cut down to build a residential complex in the Faridabad Aravallis.

7000 trees were cut down in the Aravallis to build a residential complex. Ask Bharti Land to restore these trees and the Government to keep Real-Estate out of the Aravallis.

Dear Sagar Media Inc,

7000 trees were cut down to build a residential complex in the Faridabad Aravallis.

They were cut down even though this land is part of a Natural Conservation Zone where residential construction is not permitted.

Sagar Media Inc, if we don’t stop this construction, it will set a dangerous precedent! The entire Haryana Aravallis are at stake. Sign my petition.

The trees were cut down by Bharti Land (a sister company of Bharti Airtel) and permission was given by the Haryana Government.

Ironically, Bharti Land is planning to call this complex “Delhi Ridge” – named after the very forest they are destroying.

Sign my petition and show Bharti Land and the Haryana Government that we want actual forests, not concrete jungles.

Bharti Land is a respected company, they have crores of Indian customers. If we unite, we can show them that their customers will not tolerate their actions.

Sign my petition and ask Bharti Land to restore the forest and the Haryana Government to keep real estate out of the Aravallis.

Trees and forest land are very important to every city. These Aravalli lands act as the ground water recharge catchment for this region and they are our last hope to clean Delhi’s polluted air.

Without these trees, we will face more pollution, more water shortages, less wildlife habitat and lose our precious biodiversity. Sign my petition to protect the trees that let us live.

Thank you for your support,

Vivek Kamboj

US will not pay Pakistan for military reimbursements:

The Pentagon will not make military reimbursements to Pakistan for the fiscal year 2016 after US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told Congress that Islamabad had not taken sufficient action against the Haqqani network, a US official said on Friday.

“The funds could not be released to the Government of Pakistan at this time because the secretary could not certify that Pakistan has taken sufficient action against the Haqqani Network per the requirement in the FY 2016 National Defense Authorization Act,” Adam Stump, a Pentagon spokesman, told media.

Media agencies

 “INDO-RUSSIA Friendship Day” being Organized by “Falcon Media”