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PPP Model for Waste

1543557790503-16979422513rd International Conference on          PPP Model for Waste to Worth Projects

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Leaders at G20 Summit

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Sagar media inc Global leaders US Prez Trump.China President Xi Jinping, German Chancellor Angela , Russian Prez Putin PM Modi arrive in Argentina for G 20 summit. US trade restrictions have hit a total of $369 billion of Chinese exports this year, much higher than the $278 .

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Minister Hardip on Kartarpur Corridor

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As Minister steps from Concreatech summit, Media wanted the ministers to share his experience of his visit to  Kartarpur in Pakistan.Minister in emotional diction explains to media on sideline of Cement Manufacturers Association summit at ITC Maurya New Delhi.

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US trade war hit China exports

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US trade restrictions have hit a total of $369 billion of Chinese exports this year, much higher than the $278 billion of goods impacted by tariffs alone, a regular monitoring report of G20 trade restrictions said on Thursday.

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International Experts create Roadmap for Ganga Museum

 

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  • Two Day International Seminar on developing a ‘Ganga Museum’ held by NMCG in association with GIZ India concludes with a roadmap

A 2-day workshop on “Developing a Ganga Museum Concept: Exchanging Experiences and Ideas between India and Europe” concluded on Friday. NMCG organized the workshop along with GIZ India as a part of Indo German Development Co-operation. During the brainstorming session, global experts from as many as 35 locations brainstormed on the various aspects of the development of the museum.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, Director General, National Mission for Clean Ganga, thanked the international delegation for participating in the brainstorming sessions. The exchange of ideas between museum experts from Europe and India has helped in creating an enabling knowledge ecosystem resulting in several thought-provoking sessions.

He further added, ‘In the recent past, we have progressed well in the infrastructure projects, hence, we can focus on other aspects of the river. We have emphasized on public outreach and this can be another important step in this direction. In recent times, we have tried to engage different partners of our mission including River basin management and GIS among others.’ He also said, ‘setting up of a museum is a time consuming and complex process but we can immediately take up some exhibition components. In fact, the WII under the Namami Gange program is almost ready on a floating museum on Ganga.’

Speaking on the occasion, Shri DP Mathuriya, ED, Technical, NMCG said, he is looking forward to the handbook, which will be created after the completion of the deliberations with clear milestones in place.  

At the conclusion of the workshop Martina said, ‘I thank all the participants for having followed the call of Ganga by joining in this workshop and contributing whole heartedly towards its success.’

Mita Chakravarty from Indian Museum, Kolkata suggested to take up cataloguing of museum artifacts on Ganga in different museums starting with Kolkata museum itself. Moumita from Bihar Museum Patna, offered to have a Ganga Exhibition in the museum.

The National Mission for Clean Ganga carries out a diverse variety of works under the umbrella of the Namami Gange Programme which includes sewerage treatment infrastructure, river front development, river surface cleaning, biodiversity conservation and research, industrial pollution abatement, public participation, Ganga Grams, afforestation and Ganga Knowledge Center. As a part of the public outreach activities, the establishment of the Ganga Museum and Interpretation Center has been visualized as a key platform for dissemination of the information related to the river Ganga’s history, mythology, contemporary facts, cultural ethos and Ganga rejuvenation.

Participants include Ms. Martina Bukard, Program Head, GIZ India, Ms. Sussane Annen and Katharina Chrubasik from the Rhine Exhibition, Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany; Time a Szalia from Danube Museum; Ralf Braun from Haus am Strom (House on the river); Dorit Liebers-Heilberg and Uwe Besse from German Oceanographic Museum Foundation; Shakeel Hossain from The Ganges Exhibition at National Museum; Dr. Mita Chakraborty from Indian Museum ,Kolkata; Dr. Hans-Jorg Czech, Museum of the City of Hamburg; Attila Gyor, Saint Stephen King Museum and Dr. Thorsten Smidt, Museum of Modern German History.

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CONCREATECH CONFERENCE

Dear Mr Sagar,

I am writing to invite you to the Cement Manufacturers Conference CONCREATECH scheduled to be held on November 29, 2018, at Hotel ITC Maurya, New Delhi. The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, is the Supporting Ministry for the CMA Conference. CONCREATECH is our endeavour to nurture discussions on a sustained basis on matters of importance across industries.

Briefly, the theme of the Conference is inspired by the infrastructure imperative of the Nation and the growing realisation towards ensuring sustainable growth. We have designed an agenda that is mainstream and relevant to audiences across industries.

Environment responsiveness, energy efficiencies, circular economy, innovation in building materials, smart mobility solutions in an always on, connected world are the new ideas gaining significance in the changing context to ensure sustainable growth through optimal resource utilisation.

As India readies itself for the next level of cusp of growth, it is more than ever looking at aligning regulatory policies with its global sustainability commitments. Whatever the drivers that are prompting change – internal necessities or external commitments – it is leading to a rethink and reorientation in business, processes and, indeed, the approach to the whole ecosystem.

We feel the need at this juncture for an exchange of ideas and dialogue with policy makers and businesses to comprehend where are we headed — are sustainability models to be the order of the day for business, is industry in India to take the lead in delivering on a nation’s global commitments and the emergent innovative ecosystems.

CONCREATECH 2018 receives some of the finest minds and authoritative speakers from the Government of India, Industry and research institutions from within the Country and overseas to lead discussions and provide insights into matters critical to business across industries.

In a format conducive to candid discussion, CONCREATECH 2018 will probe issues of significance to sustainability and business in India. Please visit www.concreatech.com for the latest updates on CONCREATECH.

Participation to CONCREATECH 2018 is by invitation only. It is complimentary but space is limited. I would, therefore, request you to register today at http://concreatech.com/registration/. Should your schedule not be permitting, I would request you to nominate a senior colleague to join us at CONCREATECH 2018.

I look forward to receiving you at CONCREATECH in November 2018.

Best

Aparna Dutt Sharma

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Aparna Dutt Sharma

Secretary General

Cement Manufacturers Association

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Tel +91 120 2411955/57; 24120609

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Two terrorists killed in encounter

Jammu & Kashmir, two terrorists including top Lashkar-e-Toiba commander Naveed Jutt have been killed in a gunfight with joint security forces in Chattergam area of central Kashmir’s Budgam district this morning. Police, in its charge-sheet, had named Naveed Jutt as one among three accused persons in the killing of journalist Shujaat Bukhari . Three army personnel were also injured in this Operation.

Earlier, a cordon and search operation was launched in the Chattergam village of Budgam in wee hours following inputs about the presence of militants in the area.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Mandi, HP said,  In last 4 years naxalism came down from 90 to 8-9 districts. Militancy in North-East decreased by 80-85%. In Kashmir, in last 3-4 days, our forces killed 18-19 terrorists . Even today our forces killed the commander of LeT, Naveed Jatt.