mCube Awards 2018 – Early Bird Slot Opens

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Mon May 21, 2018
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The enthralling season of the Indian Premier League will be concluding next week, and all cricket fans in India would be quite nostalgic about it.

However, if you are a Marketer, there is something to look forward to – the return of the Masters of Modern Marketing Awards 2018 (mCube 2018)
– India’s premier forum for recognizing marketing excellence and for discussion of industry trends by the stalwarts.

The entry submission process opens on Monday, 21 May and there are interesting new initiatives in this year’s edition such as the Marketing Champions League (MCL) India. MCL is the first time the nation will witness a marketing knowledge-based contest at such an enormous scale. The Grand Finale of the MCL shall be held as part of the mCube Awards show scheduled on 23 August 2018.

Watch out for our subsequent communication for further details. Stay tuned! #mCube2018 #MCL2018

IIT-G Research Harappan WaterTech Shame Indian Engineers

May19, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com

When I was 5 in 1960 I used to argue with my Grandfather ‘Who Owned 6 Persian Wheels Wells Three 100% Owned and Three Part Share for Not Operating Them for Irrigation but for One for irrigating 10% Farm area’ – 1964 when I visited again We had a 5 HP Diesel Kirloskar Pump-set which was Used to Draw Water at Three Locations or Land Holdings.

A Pump-set delivered 10 times more water than All Persian Wheels in 1960 – Electric Tube-wells presently draw 30 times more water than by all Persian wheels in 1960. Food Productivity has gone up 10 Times.

Multi-purpose Bhakra Dam was ‘FULLY’ commissioned in 1965, Canal Irrigation, Tube-Wells provide Irrigation in Punjab.

PUNJAB ADOPTED BEST OF WATER TECHNOLOGIES IN 1965 ITSELF. Punjab Consumes Twice More Water For One-Fourth of Gujarat Area.

http://www.cea.nic.in/reports/monthly/generation/2018/March/tentative/opm_16.pdf

Bhakra System produced 6136 MU [5134+494+508] of Power in 2017-18 – All Gujarat Dams produced just 1551 MU.

IIT-G Researching OUTDATED ‘Harappan Water Technologies’ Shame Indian Engineers.

 

“The Harappans possibly knew how to reduce the turbidity of flood flow in the Manhar river by diverting its silt-laden water and letting it pass through a number of interconnected small reservoirs to allow sediments to settle,” Prof Amit Prashant.

I have been ADVOCATING Storage Dams in INDUS Basin, Himalayas, and Upstream of Bhakra to Maximize Service Life of Main Dam for Punjab region for 38 years.

Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS

Y-77, Hauz Khas, ND -110016, India. Ph: 091- 8826415770, 9871056471, 9650421857

Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,

Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects

Dear Sir/Ma’am,

You are cordially invited to cover the following event followed by high tea.

Transportation is on the house, please confirm your presence 🙂

For any queries kindly contact on the given numbers below.

Event

Press Conference

QuickX Protocol solicit your benign presence at

the welcome of former Finance Minister, Malta (Island of Blockchain), Mr. John Dalli.

He is joining Quick X Protocol Advisory board to promote and support the technology Internationally

Date

22th May 2018 (Tuesday)

Time

3:00 PM

Venue

Constitution Club of India, Sansad Marg Area, Rafi Marg, Vithal Bhai Patel House, New Delhi- 110001

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*Terapanth Professional Forum*
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*TPF North Zone Conference & Felicitation Program for Terapanthis in Civil Services.*

At Ficci Auditorium, 3rd floor
Mandi House, New Delhi

20th May 2018, Sunday
10 AM Onwards

Followed by Lunch
*Following dignitary will grace* the Program*

Shri Anil Khaitan, President (PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
Justice (Ret) Shri G.S.Singhvi
PadamShri V.R.Mehta, IFS
Shri J.K.Dadoo, IAS, (Ret) Secretary Ministry of Commerce
Shri K.C.Jain, IRS,(Ret-Principal Chief Commissioner  Income Tax)
Shri Mahendra Singhi, CEO Dalmia Bharat
Shri Naresh Slaecha, Additional Secretary Ministry of Railway
Justice Shri Manish Bhandari, Rajasthan High Court
Shri R.K.Agarwal,IAS, Secretary of Urban Development Ministry
Shri Anurag Jain, IAS, Joint Secretary
Avishkar Singhi, Advocate, Supreme Court
Sh. Prakash Maloo,National president TPF
Sh.Naveen Parakha, National
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*Host Branch :* TPF Delhi

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Delegation of oustees and activists meet National ST & SC Commission: Authorities assure detailed inquiry and action

Immediate Inquiry leading to drowning of 22 Polavaram oustees in boat tragedy sought 

18thMay, 2018, New Delhi: A Fact-Finding Committee (FFC) that visited the Polavaram Multipurpose Project affected villages in Andhra Pradesh last month released its brief report today, with observations and recommendations, confirming the numerous complaints of legal and procedural violations, corruption and irregularities in the land acquisition and rehabilitation process. The Committee noted with grave concern that the scale of displacement, particularly of adivasis and dalits in the constitutionally protected Schedule-V area is unprecedented and the Central Govt., along with Govt. of AP must assume full responsibility to safeguard the rights and interests of all the affected people, before racing ahead with engineering works of the Project.

Jointly organized by the National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM), Adivasi Sankshema Parishad (ASP), Andhra Pradesh Vyavasaya Vruttridarula Union (APVVU), Rythu Swarajya Vedika (RSV) and Human Rights Forum (HRF) on 17th and 18th April, the FFC visited villages Errapadu and Reddygudem in  Upperu Panchayat, Vinjaram, Koida, Parentaalpalli, Singanapalli R&R Colony Pamulavarigudem and other villages and interacted extensively with the affected people as well as Mr. Harinder Prasad, IAS, Project Officer, ITDA, KR Puram and Venkateshwara Rao, Special Deputy Collector (Tribal Welfare), one of the members of the Committee constituted by the AP High Court, to inquire into complaints of corruption.

The fact finding team includedPrafulla Samantara(Advisor, NAPM and Recipient of Goldman Environment Price, 2017), Sharanya Nayak(social activist from Koraput, Odisha), Babji Juvvala (Andhra Pradesh Vyavasaya Vruttidarula Union), Kaki Madhu(Adivasi Sankshema Parishad, AP), AdvI. Suryanarayana(Dalit Bahujana Vyavasaya Shramika Union, AP), Venkata Narsayya(Human Rights Forum, Khammam), Balu Gadi(Rythu Swarajya Vedika), Meera Sanghamitra(Human Rights activist, NAPM), independent journalists Malini Subramanam andRahul Maganti,Gaurav MekaRajesh Serupally(social activists). 

A delegation of adivasis and activists from the affected areas had a detailed interaction with the Chairperson and Members of the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) and also with the Vice Chairman of the (NCSC) yesterday i.e. 17thMay at their office and also met the Secretary of the Union Water Resources Ministry, under whose charge the Polavaram Project is being monitored as a 100% centrally funded project since 2014. The ST Commission noted the gravity of the entire situation and assured the delegation of a more detailed visit shortly to the affected areas, along with an in-depth inquiry and action into the wide ranging issues that were raised in the memorandum submitted to them.

Certain Members of the Fact Finding Committee were in Delhi today to address the national media on the range of violations taking place in the Polavaram Project and in particular highlighted issues of massive scam of a few hundred crores unfolding in the project works, land acquisition without settlement of forest rights of thousands of adivasis as per the Forest Rights Act, 2006 and Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation Act, 2013, problems in the allotment of land for the displaced dalits and adivasis, lack of grievance redressal systems, poor rehabilitation facilities and weak monitoring. 

Speaking at the Conference Prafulla Samantarademanded a full-fledged judicial inquiry into the entire issue, especially the emerging corruption scandal, considering the fact that the right to life and livelihood of the most marginalized adivasis and dalits is at stake and a nexus of large number of middlemen and officials are allegedly swindling huge chunk of the rehabilitation money and the state exchequer. Soma KP(independent researcher) raised issues of the continuing historical injustice to thousands of adivasis and forest-dependent people in Polavaram, even after more than a decade of the Forest Rights Act and a permanent erasure of the identity, livelihood base and sustenance systems of these communities from their habitats, which is nothing short of a mass atrocity planned and executed by the State.

R Shridhar (Environics Trust) spoke of Poalvaram as a classic case wherein without an unambiguous clearance from the MoEF as per the EIA Notification, 2006 and public hearings in all affected areas, the project works are going ahead with least regard to the enormous scale of social and environmental impacts that are likely to be caused and disregarding the alternative proposals that has been put forth to minimize displacement, which is infact one of the prime objectives of the LARR Act, 2013. As the supreme constitutional custodian of the rights of adivasis in Schedule – V areas and Polavaram being a National Project, the President is directly responsible for the well-being of the one lakh adivasis in the region, said Vimal bhai(Matu Jan Sangathan). He exhorted the Centre to play a very pro-active role in monitoring the overall project and not merely the engineering works.

Bapji Juvvala stated that even as locally they have been unearthing and providing evidence of numerous instances of corruption, in which many middlemen, officials and even political party leaders, especially of the ruling party TDP are involved, the state government is completely nonchalant and therefore they had no option but take the matter to the High Court through a PIL, which is hearing the matter.  Krishnanavenifrom Darbagudem Panchayat highlighted the very important issue of the State trying to create conflict amongst adivasis by claiming to ‘rehabilitate’ some project affected adivasis on the lands of other adivasis in the Schedule area which the latter have been cultivating for decades and demanded a complete stop to such practices.

Meera Sanghamitrasaid that as per the records of AP itself 372 villages are slated to be submergence affected and a total of 1,06,798.63 acres of land in East Godavari and 51,858 acres of land in West Godavari is being acquired for the Project. The Centre, along with the recently constituted Inter-Ministerial R&R Monitoring Committee of Govt. of India is legally mandated to ensure that the Land Acquisition & Rehabilitation Act, PESA Act and Forest Rights Act are fully implemented before acquisition and submergence.

The delegation that met the authorities also demanded at least Rs. 25 lakh compensation for each of the 22 adivasis who died due to unfortunate boat-drowning a few days back in the Godavari river, while they were on their way to the local Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation office submit complaints. This is not merely a ‘tragedy;’ but a ghastly incident that could have been avoided and must be inquired into judicially, they said. 

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“9th HYDRO VISION Conclave INDIA 2018”

–   “Ujwal Jalprawaha + UJWAL Urja for Ujwal Bharat”

–   Resurgent Hydro : WaterPower – 100 GW+ by 202

–   Doubling Water Per Capita Availability to 200 Litres per day (includes  Overall usages– Agro, Industrial,

Government & Domestic Consumption)

–   Increasing Arable Agricultural Land from 25% to 50%

 

Day & Date:

Friday, 25th May 2018

Timing:

10.30 am onwards (followed by Luncheon).

Venue:

SCOPE Convention Centre – “Tagore Chambers”, Core No. 8, SCOPE Complex, 7 Lodi Road, New Delhi

 

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