Aug 30, 2015

M.Tech Informatics Awarded Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award 2015

M Tech Informatics Pvt. Ltd, a Promising Quality and affordable innovation Mobile Manufacturing Company has been honored with "Emerging Brand of the Year” in the 6th edition of Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Awards, held in Indian Habitat Center, New Delhi on August , 2015. Film Actor and National Congress Party Leader Raj Babbar and Former Education Minister, Arvinder Singh Lovely presented the award to Mr. Vivek Agarwal, Managing Director, M-Tech Informatics Pvt. Ltd

Aug 29, 2015

Letter to Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi

Honorable Narendra Modi                                                                
Prime Minister of India                                                              
New Delhi.

Dear Sir,

We thought that you are different from others who are egoists and carried away by yes men and flattery. It appears now things are going the other way. Your  ministers are giving sermons about honesty and pointing out others faults only ignoring their own. Last Parliament Session ended like women quarrelling for water at public taps. Even our President expressed his anguish by telling that our Parliament has been converted into an arena of combat rather than debate.  This is not a sign of good governance. Since we are living in Andhra Pradesh(AP) we can give examples from this state, that does not mean other states are better.

Aug 28, 2015

Demographic Imbalance Dangerous for National Existence and Identity

New Delhi . Census Report is not merely a data but is the
identity of the community. The demographic imbalance of Bharat has not
only challenged its identity but also posed threat to its existence.
Addressing a press conference in New Delhi, Dr. Surendra Jain, Joint
General Secretary of Vishwa Hindu Parishd also said that the identity
of Bharat is based on Religious Congregation of all communities,
Equality of thinking and seeing whole world as one family and this
exists only due to majority Hindu society. The decreasing Hindu
Population may become serious threat to this identity. According to
the census report 2011, the Hindu population has first time lowered
than 80%. The district or state where Hindus are declining in number
show a dangerous signal for future.  The entire Kashmir valley, three
districts of Bihar & West Bengal and nine districts in Assam are
giving a red signal for Hindu existence.

Civil Society Organizations will meet with State Education Ministers to oppose the Rollback of “No Detention Policy”

Press Release

28 August 2015, New Delhi, RTE Forum. Civil Society organizations, educationists and NGOs have demanded to retain NO Detention Policy and strengthening of RTE Act, 2009 to avoid drop outs and increase the number of children out of schools. A collective meeting of different organizations was held today at Durga Bai Deshmukh Hall, Lodi estate, New Delhi.  Meeting has resolved that “this is a myth that quality of education is compromised due to the introduction of policy of No Detention of children in the same class till completion of class 8 otherwise termed as elementary education. Such a view has been expressed by few members of CABE and Bhukkal Committee.  But it is important to note in this context that several studies reveal that even after five years of the enactment of the RTE Act, 2009 less than 10% schools are RTE complaint; CCE is not implemented in true sense, 1.2 Million teacher posts are vacant across the country, teacher training institutes are paralyzed and more than 8% schools are single teacher school. Then, how can one claim that learning level is not improved while complete implementation of the RTE Act in letter and spirit is still miles away from its goals?”

Aug 27, 2015


Do you know?

-There are only a handful of authors in north India who write research-based, factual articles from the Bahujan point of view

-     Writings with a focus on the interests of OBCs, Tribals and Dalitsare also negligible

-     The perspectives and the conclusions of most of the so-called analyses of Bahujan issues published in various news media platforms are inspired by Dwij values

director Raam Reddy gets felicitated by CM Karnatake Siddaramaiah on returning to his hometown Bangalore

Mumbai, August 27, 2015: After returning from Locarno with two awards for his debut Kannada language film, Thithi, Bangalore based filmmaker Raam Reddy received an enthusiastic and warm reception from the Department of Information and Public Relations which immediately organised a meeting with the Honorable CM Sri Siddaramaiah in his residence yesterday.


Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings from PVCHR and NATT.

Torture, practiced by states, non -state actors and sometimes together, continues to be a global problem. Despite global resolve for its prevention, it continues to be an accepted and practiced tool for dominance. While the definition of torture is contested among organisations and academicians, what is agreed is that torture involves both physical and psychological methods of causing pain, distress or harm. Limited project based findings have highlighted the scale of its prevalence and institutional shortcomings in preventing torture, accessing justice and rehabilitation of the survivors. Unwillingness by the states to recognize its prevalence and address it has strained relationship between state and citizens.

Aug 23, 2015

not any order by jabalpur high court on date 21-08-2015 about xmla paras saklecha petition 8810 as per media news

Writ Petition No.8810/2015 (PIL), Writ Petition No.9892/2015, Writ Petition No.10859/2015, Writ Petition No.10860/2015 (PIL), Writ Petition No.11320/2015 (PIL)


Shri A.M.Trivedi, Senior Advocate with Shri Ashish Trivedi, Advocate for the petitioner in W.P.No.8810/2015 (PIL). Shri Aditya Sanghi, Advocate for the petitioner in W.P.No.9892/2015. Shri Ajay Gupta and Shri Amalpushp Shroti, Advocate for the respondent No.31. Shri Piyush Dharmadhikari, learned Govt. Advocate for the respondents/State. We defer the hearing of these matters as the proceedings before the Supreme Court are slated to be heard on 24.08.2015. Petitioner in Writ Petition No.10859/2015 appears in person. This petition is transferred from Indore Bench, as it involves identical issues raised in the leading writ petition pending before the Principal Seat at Jabalpur being Writ Petition No.8810/2015.

Income tax evasions by Bollywood actors

From  Md Rizwan Siddiqui. 

bollywood actors are let away very easily by income tax dept. not good for the country. Shahruk Khan signs movie for Rs 50 crore. has income tax dept collected Rs 15 crore from Srk per movie, no why. Amir Khan. pk movie earned 647 crores. Did incometax dept collected 170 crore tax, no why. Salman Khan's Bajrangi bhaijan earned Rs 500 crore. Is income tax dept collecting tax of Rs 150 crore no, why.

Aug 21, 2015


Vice President launched a book published by McGraw Hill Education titled ‘Modern Thought Leaders’ edited by Anil Shastri, chairman of LBSIM.
The book is compilation of memorial lectures organized every year on the death anniversary of late Lal Bahadur Shastri.
The metaphor of Kisan Kayan was propounded by LBS Shashtri ji first, stated the editor

New Delhi: 21 Aug 2015: ‘Modern Thought Leaders: Lal Bahadur Shastri Memorial Lectures (1997-2014)’, the book edited by Anil Shastri, was launched on 21st Aug’15 at Nehru Auditorium, New Delhi by the Vice-President of India, Sh. Hamid Ansari at 4.30 pm amidst leading literati and distinguished audience of the capital.

Assocom India and GFMT UK organised Global grain milling Conference at Hyderabad

Hyderabad, 20th August 2015:  A Global  event, “Maximizing Quality Production through Milling Technology” was held in Hotel Taj Deccan, Hyderabad with the agenda of satisfying the food and feed security of nearly 9 billion people by the year 2050.  The Global conference focussed on global and Indian grain production trends and market dynamics; use of grains as food, feed and fuel; logistics (storage, handling, transportation) issue of the grains business; food safety and standards; sustainability of grains production and food security .

Aug 20, 2015

Apeejay Stya University : A colourful,new start

The first day august 2015, of orientation at Apeejay Stya University saw over 100 students registering for various courses. The new students were welcomed with a traditional tika ceremony, chocolate and rose.

The campus was beautifully decorated for the arrival of new students. The walls and gates were adorned with flowers and orange, white and blue balloons. Help desks were set up in many places providing various services to the new arrivals. Popular music was playing all over the campus via loud speakers.

Uflex felicitates 130 budding footballers chosen from over 4,000 children across Delhi

Around 4,000 players were spotted at STAIRS School Football League (SSFL) Grassroots camps held across Delhi over last three months and finally 130 foot ball players were chosen. The selected players include 26 girl players. Mr. Ashok Chaturvedi, Chairman and Managing Director, felicitated the players; inspired them to work hard to win and wished them good luck for the forthcoming competition.

Aug 15, 2015

Protest on demanding enquiry on the death of Anti Liquor Activist Sasi Perumal in Tamil Nadu

Civil Societies in New Delhi protest in front of Tamil Nadu house demanding enquiry on the death of Gandhian Sasi Perumal and to implement the peoples demand of total prohibition. The demonstration led by People Movements Against Liquor and Drugs PMALD, Khudai Khidmatgar, National Alliance of Peoples Movement  NAPM, Sarvodaya Mandal and other civil society members.
Anti Liquor protest in Tamil Nadu has increased the voice with the people involvement for the demand with the state Government.

Aug 13, 2015

Lodge an FIR against the culprits and terminate them from the University

Dated: 13.08.2015
Prof. Khan Masood Ahmad
Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti
Urdu, Arabi-Farsi University
Lucknow-226013 (UP)

Subject:  Request to lodge an FIR against the culprits and terminate them from the University who tried to disturb law and order by building up a temple in the  University Campus


According to the Urdu news paper Inquilab, Lucknow dated 13.8.2015 page 2, some students of the University with the help of outsiders tried to disturb law and order by building up a temple in the University Campus.

Doctors save fertility hopes of a patient with cervical pregnancy

·        Rare procedure performed at Sri Balaji Action Medical institute
·        Avoid hysterectomy  to safe guard uterus for future pregnancy

Doctors from Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute took an unconventional approach for preserving the fertility of a patient reported with a rare form of ectopic pregnancy (occurring outside the uterine cavity) called Cervical Pregnancy. In such cases the foetal sac is formed in Cervix (the lower end of the uterus) and is associated with morbidity and disastrous effects on the future aspects of the patient’s fertility. The doctors shed down the traditional approach which suggests removal of the uterus and successfully treated the patient, keeping her hope of becoming a mother alive. There are only 15 more such cases of Cervical Pregnancy reported across the globe in which uterus has been saved.

Aug 10, 2015

Thumri Festival Enthralls Music Lovers of Delhi

New Delhi : Once among the most popular art forms in the royal courts of Awadh, Thumri is still adored and followed by the lovers of Hindustani classical tradition. The adoration was evident as a packed audience turned up to listen to the renditions of Thumri from veteran as well as young exponents at Kamani Auditorium today. The annual Thumri Festival, presented by Delhi Government’s Department of Art, Culture & Languages and Sahitya Kala Parishad brings together the maestros of this art form with some outstanding young talent.

Veteran Hindustani Classical Vocalist Girija Devi Performs on Final Day of Thumri Festival

New Delhi : In a fitting finale to the three days of musical treat, Thumri maestro Girija Devi, who has enriched the art form with her contributions over several decades, performed on the final evening of the Thumri festival today, bringing down curtains on the much-loved annual event. The 84-year-old veteran of Thumri took stage after relatively younger classical music exponents Uma Garg and Nabhodeep Chakroborty enthralled the audience with their renditions.

Aug 6, 2015

Noted Screen Writer Kamlesh Pandey to Head JIFF 2016

Jaipur: 6 August, 2015: Noted screen writer Mr. Kamlesh Pandey will head the next Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF) to be held in Jaipur from January 2nd to 6th 2016. It was announced by JIFF spokesperson Rajendra Bora after the JIFF Board meeting here today.

Traffic training should be made compulsory at secondary school level: DOA

Delhi Orthopaedic Association (DOA) believes that for cutting down road accidents it is necessary to have compulsory traffic training at secondary school level; the association also plans to give a petition to Delhi Government in this regards. Indian Orthopaedic Association (IOA) has marked this year for ‘Road Safety’ on the occasion of “National Bone & Joint Day 2015”. DOA, Delhi chapter of IOA is running an awareness campaign to highlight menace associated with road accidents. Association is placing road safety awareness posters in doctor’s clinics & hospitals and plan to visit Road Transport Offices to propagate best practices amongst learner licensees. DOA will also be running a school program to educate the kids about road safety and first aid.

Aug 4, 2015

Nandita Das and Manav Kaul starrer ‘Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai’ remake to raise Rs. 30 Lakhs through crowdfunding campaign on Wishberry

Mumbai, August 4, 2015: Director Soumitra Ranade’s Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai? (APKGKAH) starring Nandita Das, Manav Kaul and Saurabh Shukla will be raising 30 lakhs through a crowdfunding campaign on Wishberry. The two-month long crowdfunding campaign for the remake of the cult film directed by Saeed Mirza starring Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil starts on August 3rd.  The money collected from the campaign will be utilized to complete the post-production, animation and VFX of the film.

Mahila Eid Milan programme organized by Khudai Khidmatgar

Press Release
Khudai Khidmatgar working with the view of promoting new leadership in
the society and putting its better effort to estimate some worthy
activities for the betterment of the society as whole, one of its
recent initiative to prove the front row of women leadership in the
organization as well as in social cause. Yes, it has been proved today
by organizing an Eid Milan programme by its women members to discuss
various issues that hinders the women affairs in large. The "Mahila
Eid Milan" organized in Okhla, which the public responded as the first
ever they heard.



: Ready to challenge the communal corporate culture : 14th National Conference of Jan Sanskriti Manch begins : Resolution passed in support of social activist Teesta Setalvad : New Delhi : “There is a tremendous contradiction between our society and our economy. The government says   that our country is one among the fast growing economies, but facts show that inequalities have increased. Commercialization has hastened since 1991 in our country. Among the world’s billionaires India stands at number 4, but 40 crore people are below poverty line. A majority of people in the country are marginalized. The situation of education, health, environment is terrible.” Professor Arun Kumar said in his key note  at the  inaugural session of the 14th National Conference of Jan Sanskriti Manch in Delhi.

Aug 1, 2015

Complaint: DAVC Chd Principal appointed his son Assistant Professor fraudulently

By Registered Post/by hand & Email

No. 812-C dated 31-07-2015


1.      Shri Sarvjit Singh, IAS
Education Secretary, 4th Floor, UT Secretariat, Chandigarh. Email:

2.      Shri Kamesh Kumar Bhadoo, HCS
Director Higher Education, First Floor, Additional Deluxe Building,
Sector 9, Chandigarh. Email:

3.      Col Guljit Singh Chadha
Registrar, Panjab University, Chandigarh. Email:

4.      Shri Punam Suri
President, Governing Body of DAV College, Sector-10, Chandigarh at DAV
College Managing Committee, Chitra Gupta Road, New Delhi-110055.

5.      The Chairman
University Grants Commission (UGC), Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New
Delhi-110002. Also emailed to Professor Dr Jaspal Singh Sandhu,
Secretary UGC at (Ph. 011-23239337), Ms Renu
Batra, Joint Secretary, UGC. at (Ph. 011-23231273).

Subject:        Dr BC Josan (Principal, DAV College, Chandigarh) diverted
public money to his personal accounts by appointing his
ineligible/unqualified son (Mr Gagan Josan) as Assistant Professor
through backdoor in his college. Request for registration of case for
fraud, misappropriation of funds, nepotism and criminal conspiracy
against Dr Josan and others involved.

Respectfully submitted:

1.      That the DAV College, Sector 10, Chandigarh is a public institution
affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh and getting 95%
grant-in-aid from the Consolidated Fund of India through Education
Department of Chandigarh Administration. Hence, entire amount lying in
the coffers of the college is a public fund and every vacancy a public
post that must be filled up publicly by selection based upon merit
through an open advertisement and inviting applications from the