Migrants trouble in Sweden Election

Sweden election due  9 Sept is facing many challenges, fake news, cyber attacks, migrant attacks on the candidates .
Tensions are high in Sweden ahead of the general election, which is scheduled to take place in ten days. Sweden’s biggest and oldest Social Democratic Party is set to get one of its worst results in history while the nationalist Sweden Democrats enjoy record support and might well end up second.
Sweden: 9 September! 9 days to go! Voting is already open until and including 9 September. Election day: voting stations open 8 am to 8 pm
Swedish right-wing Alternative for Sweden (AfS) party, who is currently running for parliament, says he was “punched in the face” by a young immigrant during an election campaign stop in Western Sweden.

It should have been an ordinary campaign meeting, which every party in Sweden holds ahead of the elections. But things went wrong for AfS in the city of Uddavalla, where the party, known for its hard-line anti-immigrant rhetoric, decided to make a stop.

In a separate incident, two young men attempted to pelt the leader of another right-wing party, the Sweden Democrats, Jimmie Akesson, with eggs and tomatoes during his own campaign stop in the city of Falkenberg. However, they were promptly stopped by the police. The incident led to a scuffle.

“One person was arrested for violence against a public official,” Western Police District spokesman Stefan Gustafsson said. Akesson himself took the incident lightly as he said that “someone was so kind to give him a tomato” and it “tasted good.”


“I got my start right here.” – President Obama

“I got my start right here.”
– President Obama

When President and Mrs. Obama chose to locate their Presidential Center in Chicago, they wanted to make sure of one thing: that our neighbors here on the South Side were with us every step of the way.


And they have been.

Over the last several months, they’ve signed postcards and written letters of support. They’ve come to public meetings to voice their excitement. And they even stood before the Chicago City Council to make their case for the Obama Presidential Center.

On Tuesday, President Obama surprised some of these supporters and stakeholders at a Foundation event to thank them for all they’ve done.

Watch President Obama share his vision for the Obama Presidential Center—a public space that will honor history, help revitalize the South Side, and connect people throughout the community.

President Obama joins supporters at a Foundation event

Chicago is where President Obama’s story began—and this Center is an opportunity to give back to the community that helped write it.

But it will also be a chance to build a world-class museum and public gathering space that remind young visitors—from around the city and around the world—that their potential is limitless.

I hope you’re as excited as we are,

– David

David Simas
CEO, The Obama Foundation


ADB finance package for WB of $245 Million

Asian Development Bank approved a financing package of $245 million for the state of West Bengal.

The Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a financing package totaling $245 million to provide safe, sustainable, and inclusive drinking water service to about 1.65 million people in three districts of West Bengal state, India, affected by arsenic, fluoride, and salinity.

High arsenic and fluoride levels in drinking water are a threat to public health in India, where West Bengal is by far the worst affected state. Through efficient use of surface water and a shift to piped water schemes, the ADB project will reduce the burden of disease from arsenic and fluoride while preserving groundwater and enhancing climate resilience.

With about 85% of water in India’s rural areas coming from groundwater, some 27 million people are at risk from arsenic and fluoride contamination. Arsenic in drinking water can lead to a range of problems including cancer, while high exposure to fluoride can cause dental or skeletal fluorosis and bone diseases.

In West Bengal, more than 90% of the rural population relies on groundwater, making it home to about 72% of India’s population at risk from arsenic and 5% of the population at risk from fluoride contamination. Increased withdrawal of groundwater also leaves the area more vulnerable to climate change and disasters, especially regular flooding, and is causing an intrusion of salinity into the water.

The project will provide continuous potable water through metered connections to about 390,000 individual households in three districts—Bankura, North 24 Parganas, and Purba Medinipur. Water will be provided through bulk water systems, consisting of intakes, water treatment plants, and transmission mains that will be connected to a grid with existing and new systems in the project districts. The project will use a high-technology based smart water management system to efficiently manage services—a first for large scale rural water schemes in India. Similar to most states in India, piped water supply in West Bengal’s rural areas has been provided through shared public stand-posts to date.

To ensure sustainability of services, the state has adopted an innovative asset management and service delivery framework for the project, clearly defining roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders, including that of the state-level entity for bulk water operation and of the project Gram Panchayats for distribution management. The capacity of institutions and stakeholders involved in delivering drinking water services will be extensively strengthened by the project. The project will also carry out awareness campaigns on water, sanitation, and hygiene; and promote water and sanitation safety planning.

Besides a reduced health toll, the project will contribute to poverty reduction and an overall improvement in the quality of life. For example, it will reduce the drudgery faced by women and girls, leaving them time for more productive work or schooling. With about 350 jobs expected to be generated by the project, about a third will go to women.

The total project cost is $349 million, for which ADB will provide a loan of $240 million and grant of $3 million from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction, financed by the Government of Japan. The West Bengal government will provide $106 million in funding. ADB will also administer a $2 million grant from the Urban Climate Change Resilience Trust Fund. This will support the state government in strengthening its smart water management system, improve flood-related early warning and response, and provide training on operation and maintenance as well as climate change and disaster resilience. The project is due for completion in June 2024.


‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit’ at Delhi Roadshow

 Uttarakhand beckons industrialists to attend ‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit’ at Delhi Roadshow

~ Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri. Narendra Modi to inaugurate ‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit 18’ to be held from October 7-8 in Dehradun~

New Delhi, August 30, 2018: The Government of Uttarakhand, today organized a roadshow in the national capital, Delhi ahead of the ‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit’ scheduled from October 7-8, 2018. The state’s first ever investor summit will be organized at Dehradun and will be inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi. Uttarakhand’s maiden investor summit is organized in association with Government of Uttarakhand’s National Partner, Confederation of Indian Industries (CII).

Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttarakhand addressed the roadshow. Some of the ministers that addressed the gathering at Delhi included Shri Madan Kaushik, Hon’ble Minister, Housing & Urban Development, Government Of Uttarakhand, Shri Satpal Maharaj, Minister of Tourism, Government Of Uttarakhand, Mr. Prakash Pant, Minister Of Finance, Government Of Uttarakhand, Mr. Harak Singh Rawat, Minister, Forests and Wildlife, Environment, Government Of Uttarakhand,  Mr. Arvind Pandey, Education Minister, Government Of Uttarakhand, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, Minister of State, Higher Education (Independent Charge), Government Of Uttarakhand and Ms. Rekha Arya, Minister of State, Women And Child Welfare (Independent Charge), Government Of Uttarakhand.

The senior delegates of the Uttarakhand Government that invited the investors to invest in the state included Mr. Utpal Kumar Singh, Chief Secretary, Ms. Manisha Panwar, Principal Secretary, Industries, Mr. Shailesh Bagauli, Secretary, Transport, Government Of Uttarakhand, Ms. Sowjanya, Director General/ Commissioner, Industries, Mr. Dilip Jawalkar, Secretary, Tourism, Mr. KS Panwar, Industrial Advisor to Chief Minister and Dr. Narendra Singh Tomar, Technical Advisor to Chief Minister.

In addition to the Government of Uttarakhand officials, various corporate leaders and experts that graced the occasion include Mr. Naveen Munjal, Managing Director, Hero Electric Vehicles Pvt. Ltd, Mr. Dhiraj Mohan, President, JBM Group, Mr. Phil Shaw, CEO, Lockheed Martin, India Pvt. Ltd.,  Mr. K. B. Kacharu, Chairman Emeritus, Carlson Rezidor Group, Mr. Siddhartha Dasgupta, President – Corporate Affairs, Oyo, Mr. Sharad Bhardwaj, Head Development Affairs, Fortune Hotels, Mr. Anil Kejriwal, Chairman and M.D., Microbrew Bistro Private Limited,  Mr. Sunil Vachani, Chairman, Dixon Technologies India Ltd, Mr. Jeetendra  Dharewa, CEO, Kaane Packaging Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Vikas Jalan, Managing Director, Trans Metalite India Limited, Mr. Naveen Chandra Pandey, OSD & Senior, Manager School Administration, Mr. Anurag Sharma, GM Institutional Development, Global Indian School Education Services Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Ankit Gupta, Director (Planning & Strategy), Mr. Sanjay Tomar GM (Corp.& Legal Affairs),  Holostik India Ltd., Mr. Harkanwal Wadhwa,  Founder & COO, Azure Power,  Mr. Nitin Passi, Director, Lotus Herbal Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Samit Ray, Senior Director, UTC, Mr. Vipul Bajpai, General Manager, Kinetic Green, Mr. Suresh Goel, Director, Bikano (Bikanerwala), Mr. Inderjeet Pruthi, Managing Director, Alinz Portable, Mr. Multani, President, Delhi Factories Asscociation, Mr. Avdesh Mittal, Managing Director, Aveena Group, Mr. Naveen Ranjan, Director, Spray Steam India Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Sunil Aggarwal, Chief Executive Officer, Sukrohi International Ltd., Mr. Richard Mc Callum, Managing Director, UKBIC and Mr. Abhay Aggarwal, Secretary General, People of Indian Origin Chamber of Commerce and Industry (POICCI).

The key objective of the roadshow was to share the investment opportunities in Uttarakhand and to seek active participation for ‘Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit 2018’. The roadshow received encouraging response and generated enormous interest among Delhi’s business community. The delegation from Uttarakhand Government, highlighted the 12 focus sectors of the state, which include Food Processing, Horticulture & Floriculture, Herbal & Aromatic, Tourism & Hospitality, Wellness & AYUSH, Pharmaceuticals, Automobiles, Natural Fibers, IT, Renewable Energy, Biotechnology and Film Shooting.

Speaking at the Roadshow, Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttarakhand said, “We invite your suggestions and inputs with respect to investments in our state and assure you all that we will make positive progress based on your suggestion before the investment summit starts in October this year. We are enhancing the development of the state in terms of connectivity, manpower and industrial development. Saharanpur expressway will be completed in next 1-2 years, which will result in reaching Dehradun from Delhi in less than 3 hours, Deoband and Roorkee are being connected directly through rail line and the work has started on Central Government’s INR 13000 crore Bhartamala Yogna. We have the biggest number of polytechnics in India for providing skilled manpower to various industries. An International Convention Center is proposed in Rishikesh for which 600 acres of land has already been taken. Ayurveda centers and healthcare sector are also been developed with the good business environment. We have also got a certificate of being a Film friendly state in which 46 films have already been shot in recent times and we invite film industry people to develop this relationship further”

Shri Satpal Maharaj, Minister of Tourism, Government of Uttarakhand, said, “We want to create a world class tourism infrastructure in Uttarakhand and we invite all the stakeholders to be a part of this growth story. We want to develop theme parks in the state, promote culinary tourism, promote religious tourism, develop ropeway infrastructure and provide ample opportunities for local people to participate in the development. We also want to develop Uttarakhand as a preferred destination for winter tourism in India and abroad. Our Government will provide you with all the necessary assistance requirement for investment in our state.”

Mr. Utpal Kumar Singh, Chief Secretary, Government of Uttarakhand said, “We have one of the cleanest environments in the country for various industries to operate. Our state has the excellent quality of human resource available and is ready to develop skills as per industry requirements. Law and order situation is stable. We already have got INR 25,000 crores of investment for development of the highway sector and INR 30,000 core for developing railway infrastructure in the state. Air connectivity to rest of the country and within the state has also improved with currently 22 flights operating in the state. ”

Addressing the industry leaders at the roadshow, Ms. Manisha Panwar, Principal Secretary, Industries, Government of Uttarakhand said, “We have established a single window clearance system for investors for the ease of doing business in Uttarakhand. A website has also been put in place for providing information about various investment opportunities in Uttarakhand for investors, which are integrated with various departments for required clearances. All the submitted proposals are placed before respective committees to discuss and every 15 days the progress is discussed by various departments. We have 12 focus sectors which are open for investments and their sector profiles are also available on Templates of projects which are ready for investment are also available on the website for the investor’s reference.”

In the area of tourism, Mr. Dilip Jawalkar, Secretary, Tourism, Government of Uttarakhand said “We are pleased to share that because of enhancing tourism infrastructure in Uttarakhand there has been a huge influx of pilgrims and travelers in the state, which has crossed a number of 3.5 cores people per annum. For investment purposes, the tourism sector is not only providing avenues in spiritual or wellness areas but also in many other areas. Our aim is to develop the state into a global tourism destination by providing world-class facilities to the tourists.  We have already formed investment facilities centers for investor’s handholding in the tourism sector and have established a single window clearance system to clear the proposals in a short and timely manner. There has been work being done to develop Dehradun- Mussoorie ropeway, Nainital ropeway, Yamunotri ropeway for the tourists.  We are also working on developing hospitality skilling center in Mussoorie and Nainital.”

Ms. Sowjanya, Director General/ Commissioner, Industries, “We have all the policies prepared for the 12 focus sectors for the investor’s reference. Uttarakhand has developed special incentive schemes for the women in manufacturing and service sectors. We are providing land registration fee rebates and have one of the cheapest power available in the country for business operations. We are also coming with Uttarakhand electric vehicle policy, which will also be of interest to relevant stakeholders. We are also ready to take your inputs and feedback regarding our policies towards investment and we invite you all to the Destination Uttarakhand summit this October.”

In order to attract investment in the various sectors of the state and thus contribute to the development of the economy as a whole, the Government of Uttarakhand has taken several policy initiatives. In addition to the State MSME Policy 2015 and Mega Industrial & Investment Policy 2015, dedicated sector policies have been drafted to boost the industrial climate and act as a facilitator of business. The online Single Window Clearance System facilitates speedy clearances as well as provides relevant information.

Uttarakhand offers a geographical advantage to budding entrepreneurs of Delhi. The state’s industry can cater to the important consumer market of the National Capital Region due to its physical proximity and seamless connectivity.  Important industrial areas of the state lie in the influence region of Amritsar Kolkata industrial corridor which will open up new opportunities. It also has a well-established industrial base of long-standing and reputed business houses, with a large number of ancillary units in Udham Singh Nagar, Haridwar, etc. Major players have set up their units in Uttarakhand due to congenial business environment with their state-of-the-art operating practices being fed into the local production environment.

About Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit 2018

The Government of Uttarakhand is organizing ‘Uttarakhand Investors Summit 2018’ on October 7-8 2018 in coordination with all departments related to the 12 focus sectors identified by the state. The Investment Promotion and Facilitation Centre in the Directorate of Industries is working as the secretariat for the event. It will be a mega event, gathering investors, manufacturers, producers, policymakers, and organizations from the global business ecosystem. The summit would principally focus on 12 focus sectors, which include Food Processing, Horticulture & Floriculture, Herbal & Aromatic, Tourism & Hospitality, Wellness & AYUSH, Pharmaceuticals, Automobiles, Natural Fibres, IT, Renewable Energy, Biotechnology and Film Shooting, for expediting industrial development in the state. It will provide opportunities for investment and trade in these sectors for both domestic and international investors.


Launch of “Staggering Forward: Narendra Modi and India’s Global Ambition”

Lots of books on PM Modi is in the market but with this book of  Professor Bharat Karnad is of immense importance who gives the tales of India in home affairs to foreign affairs and her national interest beneficial from both ends with in ambit of PM. An interesting subject of researcher with research.

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Prime Minister Modi’s first term, however, raises troubling questions. How has his strongman persona and social background impacted policymaking? Has Modi delivered on the high expectations to advance India’s national interest and security?

There is a paradigm shift in India’s politics. With his clean reputation, proven track record as chief minister of Gujarat and formidable leadership qualities on display, Narendra Modi seemed the right fit for the prime minister’s job, and just the man to turn the country around after the decade-long UPA rule by the modest and tongue-tied Manmohan Singh.Has the country’s role in the region, in Asia and the world changed, become more meaningful? What has been the effect of Modi’s India First foreign policy on neighbours, and with respect to raising India’s stock in the world and showing the Indian military has teeth? Especially with regard to the US, Russia and China.

Analysing Prime Minister Modi’s foreign and military policies in the context of India’s evolving socio-political and economic milieu, global power politics featuring other strongmen-alpha male leaders (Trump, Putin, Xi, Erdogan, Shinzo Abe), and of Modi’s persona and style of governance, this book offers a critical perspective that helps explain why India has not progressed much towards becoming a consequential power. Argumentative and thought-provoking, Staggering Forward is a must-read to understand India’s foreign and national security policies since 2014.


‘Negotiations Dynamics of the WTO an Insider Account’


Launch of the Book entitled ‘Negotiations Dynamics of the WTO an Insider Account’ written by Dr. Mohan Kumar, Professor and Vice Dean (Global Initiatives and Institution Building) Jindal School of International Affairs and Panel Discussion on the book was held in India International    Centre from   6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  on 30th August 2018.

The get-together of the participants at evening refreshment of tea was followed by the programme of Book Launch. The Chief Guest of the programme was Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, Union Minister of State with Independent Charge in the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs who expressed his views on the book and the  dedicated official duties of the Author of the book Dr. Mohan Kumar.  Porf. C. Raj Kumar  highlighted the important terms scribed in the book.  The book was launched before the august gathering of about 100 persons from Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other invitees.

Shri Abhijit Das, Shri Jayant Das Gupta, Shri Rajeev Kher, Ms. Jayanti Ghosh discussed the contents of the books in the Penal discussion round.  They acknowledged that the book is useful for the students and the participants of trade negotiations.  It was stated that the history of trade negations has been well defined in the book.

The price of the book is Rs. 9,000/-.  The members of the Penal Discussion were given momentums in the final phase of the programme.


Fresh protests in Chemnitz.

The streets of a Berlin neighborhood were filled with people protesting the recent displays of anti-immigrant hate in Chemnitz. Their march coincided with fresh protests in Chemnitz.
What was expected to be a small gathering of 100 or so individuals speaking out against hate and xenophobia turned into a demonstration of thousands in the Berlin neighborhood of Neukölln on Thursday night.
The demonstration was a counteraction to the far-right protests that have taken place in the city of Chemnitz over the past days, which have included anti-immigrant violence and intimidation. The initial trigger for the protests was the fatal stabbing of a 35-year-old German-Cuban man on Sunday, with two foreign-born men under arrest as suspects in the crime.
While events in the German capital were getting underway, far-right supporters in Chemnitz launched a fresh protest, drawing about 1,000 people. They proceeded without violence as state-level politicians met with the city’s citizens. Reports DW

Malcolm Turnbull quits

Malcolm Turnbull has resigned from federal parliament, one week after being ousted from the top job, ending 14 years as an MP.

Australia’s former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday resigned from parliament, a source familiar with the matter said, stripping the government of its one-seat parliamentary majority.

Turnbull last week said he would resign from parliament after he was ousted from office in a bitter party-room contest which ushered in the country’s sixth leader in the last decade.

“The speaker of the house of parliament received a resignation letter from Malcolm Turnbull this afternoon,” said a source familiar with the matter. The source declined to be named as she is not authorised to talk to the media.

Until a by-election can be contested, Australia’s new Prime Minister Scott Morrison is left relying on the support of independent lawmakers to pass legislation, inhibiting the government’s agenda just eight months out from an election.

Besides no longer having a majority in the lower house of parliament, the government does not control the upper house Senate.

According to the latest opinion polls Australia’s ruling Liberal-National coalition will struggle to be re-elected in a poll due by May 2019.

After a tumultuous Liberal party leadership battle last week, the two-party-preferred vote between the opposition Labor party and the coalition blew out 56-44 in favour of Labor, which would translate into a heavy election defeat.

Parliament is currently in recess, resuming on September 10.

A by-election is unlikely to held until the end of September at the earliest, leaving Morrison without a majority for at least the next two-week sitting of parliament.

Morrison paid tribute to his predecessor while in Jakarta for talks with his Indonesian counterpart on a free trade deal that could be signed later this year.

“I just want to send to my friend Malcolm, and to Lucy (his wife), and to their entire family all my best wishes and all my love,” Morrison told reporters.

“You’ve served our country well, and on behalf of our country as prime minister, I just want to say thanks.”


Manjit Singh wins gold, Jinson Johnson bags silver in men’s 800m

Asian Games: Manjit Singh wins gold, Jinson Johnson bags silver in men’s 800m; PV Sindhu becomes first Indian to win silver in Badminton

@airnewssIndia clinched 9 more medals at the Asian Games in Indonesia today. In Athletics, Manjit Singh won gold in men’s 800 metres while Jinson Johnson took silver.

Ace shuttler PV Sindhu created history by becoming the first Indian to win a Silver medal in Badminton.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated P V Sindhu for the feat. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, her accomplishment makes 125 crore Indians happy and proud.  In yet another good performance in track and field, India finished second in the first ever mixed 400m relay race event, and got a silver. Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore congratulated the relay team for their fabulous show of talent.

India also settled for two Silver medals in Archery as both the Compound Men’s and Women’s teams lost to South Korea in their respective Finals.

India bagged two medals in Kurash, a form of wrestling indigenous to central Asia, with Pincky Balhara winning a silver and Malaprabha Yallappa Jadhav bagged a bronze, both in women’s 52 kg. category. The Indian Men’s Table Tennis team had to content with a Bronze after losing to South Korea 0-3, in the semi-finals.

In other action,  India mauled Sri Lanka 20-nil in yet another goal festival in Men’s hockey. They will now face Malaysia in the semi-finals tomorrow. The Indian Women’s Hockey Team registered their fourth consecutive victory in Pool B today as they defeated Thailand 5-0.

With today’s 9 medal haul, India now have 50 medals in its kitty comprising 9 Gold, 19 Silver and 22 Bronze and are now placed 8th in the table. China continues to the top the tally with Japan second and South Korea third.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated Jinson Johnson for winning Gold Medal in the men’s 1500 metres race event at the Asian Games. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, take a bow, Jinson Johnson, a phenomenal athlete brings home a Gold.
Congratulating women team for winning the Gold in the 4×400 metres relay event, Mr. Modi said this victory enhances the joy and pride of the entire nation.
The Prime Minister congratulated the men team for clinching silver medal in 4×400 metres Relay event. He tweeted, stupendous teamwork brings home one more medal.
Mr Modi also congratulated Chitra Unnikrishnan for getting  a Bronze medal in the women’s 1500 metres event and Seema Punia for bagging the Bronze in the women’s Discus event.

“Food Talk with Danielle Nierenberg”
30 Aug. at 6:35 pm

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You will be able to listen to our first two episodes with New Orleans legend, restauranteur Dickie Brennan, and activist Karen Washington, the owner of Rise and Root Farm. Each week I will be interviewing the voices on the forefront of food system change and look forward to getting suggestions from you on guests you’d like to hear

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