Let’s celebrate.

Naresh —

Tomorrow is a big day for Team Hillary — folks in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Florida, and North Carolina head to the polls!

Want to watch the results come in with other supporters in your community? There’s a results watch party near you:

WHAT: Hillary for America Little Super Tuesday NYC Watch Party
WHEN: Tuesday, March 15th
07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
WHERE: 127 4th Avenue
New York, NY 10003

Yes, I’ll be there.

I can’t make it, but keep me in the loop!*
Tomorrow is the kind of day you’ll want to remember. You should spend it with other members of this team. You’re out there working hard, now get ready to have some fun.

RSVP to the results watch party in New York today:

Reserve your spot



Adam Parkhomenko
Director of Grassroots Engagement
Hillary for America


Issue 84

Dear Mr Naresh Sagar, Orange
Welcome to the March Edition of the UK Science and Innovation Network in India’s Newsletter. In this month’s newsletter you can read on how Lifi can make a big change for India. We would also like to highlight the Antimicrobial Resistance workshop on Hospital Design and Infection control being held in Mumbai.

SIN Spotlight

One of the UK’s brightest (quite literally) and revolutionary technological developments isLight Fidelity or LiFi. Invented by Professor Harald Haas, LiFi has the power to change how we access and transmit data in offices and home around the world. You can read more about Sunil Kumar’s (SIN advisor, Bangalore) visit to Prof. Haas’s lab in the University of Edinburgh last year. One of the many highlights was his demo of an LED carrying gigabytes of data and a solar panel which could not only generate power but also receive data.

Top Storiestopstories

In December, we supported a visit of UK advanced manufacturing experts to Pune and Bengaluru in India. This included Ben Kitcher, who represented the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) and the University of Sheffield. Ben wrote an excellent blog(originally on the University of Sheffield website) capturing why this sort of visit is so important in furthering UK-India collaborations in the area of high value manufacturing. Read more…

British Deputy High Commission Chandigarh organised a workshop on UK Research Funding Opportunities and Gen UK Programmeon 16th February in Dehradun. The objective of this workshop was to increase the visibility of UK excellence in Education, build new partnerships based on mutual interest and increase the  number of quality applications from Indian research organisations and universities to UK funding sources including Newton-Bhabha funding. The workshop provided a common platform for different stakeholders including UK university, Indian universities, funding bodies of UK and Uttarakhand State Council for Science and Technology.

Kavita Vijh (Newton Fund Strategic Programme Manager (India)) delivered the Newton-Bhabha programme presentation which focused on Research and Innovation for Growth and Prosperity. Please look out for her blog next month with more information on this workshop.

 Newton Funding

Jo Johnson, UK Minister of State for Universities and Science, officially announced the expansion of the Newton Fund. It was announced in December 2015 that the Newton Fund will be extended to 2021.
* The Newton Fund will be doubled from £75 million per year currently to £150 million per year by 2021.
* This means total UK Government investment of £735 million in the Newton Fund since its launch in 2014.
Chevening Scholarship Programmes
The Chevening Gurukul Fellowship Programme for Leadership and Excellence is the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s flagship fellowship scheme for India and it is aimed at mid-career and high-flying young professionals from diverse backgrounds with a strong and demonstrable leadership potential.
Every year twelve selected Gurukul Fellows are offered an intensive, all expenses paid, twelve-week residential course atKing’s College London.
Programme commences September 2016,Applications are open from 21 Dec 2015 – 7 Mar 2016
For a full list of funding opportunities, please check out our monthly summary

Workshop on Hospital Design for infection control.
15th March 2016, Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai.
Glocalising Innovation
18th March 2016 in Coimbatore.
If you are planning a visit to India soon check out our top tips for a successful trip. Or check out ourmap of Indian Science & Innovation to plan your itinerary. We’ve also produced a map of the UK if you’re heading in the other direction!

SIN India Team News
Our SINners have been very busy with business planning and staff changes. The new financial year looks promising with new project activities and events which only means we will bring you more interesting blogs to read! Thank you for your continued interest in our work.
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Cordially invites you to the
BGVerghese Memorial Lecture on 
The Environment for India’s Environment
Delivered by former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh
India International Centre Auditorium (Main)
Thursday March 17, 2016, 06.00 pm
The lecture will be followed by a brief panel discussion on the topic.
Darryl D’Monte, Chairperson, Forum of Environmental Journalists of India 
Bahar Dutt, Award-winning journalist and Author  
Shibani Ghosh, Environment Lawyer and Fellow, Centre for Policy Research.
The lecture will be preceded by the presentation of the Chameli Devi Jain
Award for an Outstanding Woman Journalist 2015-16.

Published by Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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