Nov 27, 2015

Stop Water for Coca-Cola: 18 Village Councils in India

New Delhi:  Eighteen village councils (panchayats) in the immediate vicinity of the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Mehdiganj in Varanasi district in India have come together to demand that the groundwater used by Coca-Cola be stopped immediately due to the growing water crisis in the area.

Panchayats, or village councils, are elected bodies at the most local level, villages, in India.

President agrees Award-wapsi a way of protest

A delegation on behalf the writers, artists, scientists and academics consisting of the poet Ashok Vajpeyi, the painter Vivan Sundaram and the journalist Om Thanvi called upon the President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee on 25th November 2015 thanking him for speaking repeatedly against growing intolerance and requesting him ‘as the head of the nation to do all that is possible to advise and persuade Governments, both of the States and the Centre, political parties and all others to act decisively so that the ethos of tolerance, mutual cooperation, respect for plurality and difference, scope for dissent and dialogue, freedom of expression are all ensured and given full and free expression both in deeds and words’.

Delhi govt introduces bill to bring changes in Working Journalists Act

Delhi government introduced a Bill proposing amendments to the Working Journalists Act that envisaged imprisonment of up to one year and penalty extending to ten thousand rupees for any violations.

Removal of No Detention Policy will be disastrous for the RTE Act

The Right to Education (RTE) strongly condemns the proposal of the Delhi government to amend the RTE ACT, 2009, calling the move completely illegal and against the fundamental right to education. Mr. Ambarish Rai, Convener, RTE Forum stated that ‘The consequence of detaining a child in the same class works adversely on the child’s psyche and has an impact on his/her self-esteem.

Nov 21, 2015

Medimix Soaps launched in Sri Lanka

Aggressive overseas distribution plans on the anvil by Cholayil P Ltd

Chennai – November 21, 2015 – Leading FMCG player, Chennai headquartered Cholayil Private Ltd, today announced the launch of its flagship Medimix soaps in Sri Lanka. With this launch, the company’s products are now available in 26 overseas nations, besides the Indian market, excluding S India.

‘Meri Awaaz Suno’, a music and dance show for Differently abled artists

New Delhi : Doordarshan Kendra, Delhi is organizing the second leg of ‘Meri Awaaz Suno’, featuring the best of Hindi film music duet songs, on Sunday, 22nd November 2015 at Siri Fort Auditorium, Delhi from 4 pm to 7 pm.

Movement for Land Rights : Joint Alliance to Intensify Opposition to Anti-People Land Policies

: December 15 Chetavani Rally at Sansad Marg : Extends Support to struggle of Karchana peasants against Jaypee Associates, Demand Release of 42 in Jail : Condemn Maharashtra government notification allowing easy conversion of agricultural land to industrial purposes : Demand Special Compensation Package to Draught Affected Farmers : Centre must Withdraw Environment Amendment Bill 2015 : Representatives of 22 States and over hundred people's movements, peasant unions and farmers’ organisations under Bhumi Adhikar Andolan decide on comprehensive agenda to achieve land rights and fight forced land acquisition, agrarian crisis and fascist politics : 

New Delhi, November 20, 2015 : A two day national meeting was held on November 19 – 20, at Indian Social Institute, delegates from 22 states representing over 100 mass organisations converged, and discussed in detail the challenges facing the land rights movement and people of the country today. Bhumi Adhikar Andolan (BAA) brought together struggles against the draconian Land Acquisition Ordinance brought by the Narendra Modi led BJP Government and played a significant role in defeating the move. The BJP Government is now trying to push through State level legislations to allow land grab in the illusion that such united resistance would not be possible at the State level.

He Died on Diwali Inside a Sewage Pipe

-Subhashini Ali-

In a few days, on the 29th of November, a group of four safai karmacharis (sweepers) and three beldars (diggers) along with three more senior persons, all working for the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC), will be returning from a week-long official trip to Japan and South Korea where they are learning first-hand about sanitation, cleanliness, waste disposal as well as the maintenance of urban colonies, markets etc. The NDMC Chairman, Naresh Kumar, said, "We took the decision to boost their morale".

No one Killed the Dalits by Meena Kandasamy

First part of the transcript of Meena Kandasamy's speech 'No One Killed the Dalits', delivered on 7th Anuradha Gandhy Memorial lecture has been published at Towards a New Dawn. here is a portion of the transcript- 

"I will begin by saying that in the past few days, we have been hearing and sharing pictures of the lynching of two Dalit children in Faridabad- Vaivab and Divya. And it is something that is very shocking and at the same time very graphic. But I will start by telling you that the killing of children is a caste Hindu speciality. From our memories of Gujarat genocide in 2002, we cannot forget the bodies of children which were lined up, arranged next to each other. And there is a long history of the killing of small children. If we look at the massacre in Kilvenmani that happened on Christmas day, 1968; 23 children were killed. All of them were burnt to death. In fact it was not just that the children were locked up in a hut and burnt to death but there is one episode which anybody in Kilvenmani tells you again and again. And it is the episode of how one of the mothers of a child in a last desperate attempt to save the child threw the child outside, hoping that somebody will save the baby, somebody in the mob would have the humanity to save this child. But they basically chopped the baby into pieces and put the baby back in the hut and set the hut on fire. So this is the caste Hindu humanity that we have in this country.

The New War on Terror : It might last longer than the Cold War

-Shruti Vyas-

Words somehow have a way of coming back to haunt us. The first time we millennial kids heard and screamed of ‘war’ was 14 years ago, when American President George W Bush in the aftermath of 9/11 declaring a ‘war on terror’. Fast forward to this tumultuous new world of 2015, and we see it splashed all over again. After the merciless attack on Paris, France’s President Francois Hollande spoke with the same persuasion that “there will be a war which will be pitiless”. The war that started 14 years ago has been declared once again.

Nov 20, 2015

Bonita launches in-a-first health-friendly stainless steel bowls fit for microwave use.

·        Paradise Microwavable Freeze Bowls will provide alternative to plastic, which is touted as unsafe for heating purposes

·        Available in a set of three eye-catchy bowls, each one is good to freeze, store, reheat and serve food

In no less than a revolution, India’s leading home utility maker -- Bonita -- has launched stainless steel bowls which can be used in microwave for heating purposes, finally bringing to an end worries of homemakers who until now had no option other than using plastic utensils, some of which are rendered unsafe for health.

An Invitation : Samaj, Sanshadhan and Samividhan Bachao National Convention December 6, New Delhi



Felicitation of Intellectuals, Writers and Cultural Activists
6 December 2015 | 9 AM – 5 PM
Gandhi Peace Foundation, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg, New Delhi, 110002


In a Government of India advertisement numbered DAVP22201/13/0048/1415, which was published on 26 January 2015 – the words ‘Socialist’ and ‘Secular’ were ominously missing from the Preamble.[1]

Times of India presents Health & Wellness Expo 2016 at Mumbai 0n 5-6-7 February 2016

Greetings from the The Times of India Group and Introduction Trade Shows Pvt. Ltd ! We are pleased to present Times Health & Wellness Expo 2016 which is a B2B & a consumer Trade Show & would be having exhibitors from all over India & abroad demonstrating and displaying products, equipment’s & services used for Health, Wellness & Fitness activity.

NFDC Film Bazaar 2015 to focus on making India a Filming Friendly Destination and promote Film Tourism in India

~Film Tourism Symposium, Film Tourism Workshops and Filming in India Sessions in Knowledge Series will be held for the first time as part of the initiative~

 ~Shoojit Sircar, Prakash Jha, Anurag Basu, Rohan Sippy, Karan Malhotra, Karthik Subbaraj and Surajit Bose will share their experience of shooting in states like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Daman and West Bengal respectively in presence of the State representatives in a panel discussion of Knowledge Series~

 Mumbai, November 19, 2015: The 9th edition of NFDC Film Bazaar to be held from November 20-24, 2015 at Marriott Resort, Goa, focuses on making India a Filming friendly destination.

What’s next in Bitumen Market?

.          10th Asian Bitumen 2015 to Bring Together Leading Players & Experts to Discuss Emerging Trends in Bitumen on Nov 23-24

·         Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas will be the Chief Guest of Honor

 ·         Organized by Conference Connection Group, and supported by the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, the mega Asian conference to be held at Taj Palace in the national capital

New Delhi, Nov 19, 2015: Experts from as many as 20 countries from across Asia will gather together in Delhi next week to discuss the challenges and market opportunities in Asia’s large Bitumen market at the TENTH ASIAN BITUMEN CONFERENCE 2015 (AsB 2015), being held in India for the first time.

Peesh Venture Capital to organise a mCommerce Start-up & Venture Capital Bootcamp

New Delhi, 18th November, 2015: Peesh Venture Capital (PVC) a US-based venture capital firm focused on funding passionate entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas to organize the m-Commerce Start-up & Venture Capital Bootcamp. The event to be organised in- partnership with Unitus Seed Fund, GSF Accelerators, 10,000 start-ups (NASSCOM), Gurgaon SuperAngels, Columbia Angels & Lets Venture, on November 21st, 2015, at its Gurgaon Accelerator. The Bootcamp, an intensive full day event, aims to leverage the experience of venture capitalists and successful e-Commerce entrepreneurs to provide mentorship, lessons learned and best practices.

Nov 17, 2015

Indian Advisory League: Show your strength and be a master-blaster of the market

New Delhi, 17th November 2015: Indian Advisory League offers stock market brokers, market advisors, research analysts and individuals to gauge the market behavior and place in their platform. The platform will judge your strokes and share the market view to the investors/traders. Indian Advisory League is the league made for stock market advisors, where in SEBI registered advisory companies as well as stock/commodity/currency/forex analyst can participate.

Jharkhand Showcases Investment & Manufacturing Potential at India International Trade Fair 2015

42 stalls at the Jharkhand pavilion exhibit the state’s diverse spectrum from tribal homeland to TATA

New Delhi ​ : ​From indigenous artifacts, handicrafts to heavy machinery – the Jharkhand pavilion at the 35th India International trade Fair is showcasing the diversity of the state’s potential as a manufacturing hub as part of the ‘Make in India, Make in Jharkhand’ theme.

Nov 16, 2015

Karnataka to host IFWJ plenary session in Febuary 2016

Dear Friends,

The 30th delegates session of the Indian Federation of Working Journalists(IFWJ) will be held at Bengaluru on Saturday and Sunday, 13th and 14th February 2016. Comrade H.B. Madan Gowda, IFWJ Secretary, International Relations, has set up an organizing committee of the Karnataka Union of Working Journalists (KUWJ) for the conference.

AK Mishra’s Art of Success Introduces Body and Soul Transformation Yoga

Gurgaon, November’ 2015: AK Mishra’s Art of Success is introducing soul and body transformational yoga courses to calm and rejuvenate your nerves while bringing harmony in your everyday life. The transformational yoga aims to help you develop emotional balance, better physical health, mental and spiritual clarity through different forms of yoga/asanas. Their well enhanced yoga trainings help practitioners enhance overall flexibility, fitness, stamina and capacity through balancing the inner self. Transformational yoga helps the practitioners to relax, clean the inner soul and awaken all seven chakras through pranayama, mantras and yogasana.

Your simple Pil in supreme court, can save hundreds of faces in india, from being disfigured by acid attack cases

Both acid attack and rape, on indian womens take place because of
some or few males who think women as un natural or low grade human
beings, which they are not .

prison term for accused in these cases have not stopped crime against
indian womens .

Nov 13, 2015

March for Constitution,Diversity and Harmony... 14th November @3.00pm

From Mazar of Maulana Azad (In front of Jama Masjid)  to Rajghat (Gandhi Samadhi) via Shanti Van (Nehru Samadhi)

During the Indian Freedom Movement we saw so many different personalities, ideologies and methods at work towards a common goal. Birsa Munda to Bhagat Singh, Gandhi to Shaikh-ul-Hind and Maulana Azad to Pt Nehru there were so many different faces to our struggle for freedom. On one hand our leaders fought against Britishers for the freedom of our country on the other hand they also tried hard to preserve the diversity of our society.

Nov 9, 2015

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Raam Reddy’s Kannada language film debut feature, Thithi wins the Jury Grand Prize in the International Competition at Mumbai Film Festival, 2015

 ~  The Kannada language film, which made its Asian premiere at MAMI, was the only Indian feature to be selected in the International Category ~

Mumbai, November 6, 2015: Raam Reddy’s directorial debut, Thithi wins the Jury Grand Prize at Mumbai Film Festival, 2015. The Kannada-language film, which made its Asian Premiere at Mumbai Film Festival, 2015, was the only Indian feature to be selected in the International Competition.

Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and Ashwini Bhide Deshpande’s majestic performance brings down curtains on Delhi Classical Music festival

·        Organized by Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad, Festival saw participation of nine performers across four days including the likes of Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia and Pt Jasraj

New Delhi, 5th Nov 2015: A mesmerizing vocal recital by Ashwini Bhide Deshpande and a master performance by legendary Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan brought curtains down on the four-day Delhi Classical Music Festival that witnessed memorable performances by some of the finest Indian talent in Hindustani music.

The Festival of Classical Indian Music is organized by Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad and offers an interesting mix of participation from veteran as well as young performers.


From: Mani Ram Sharma                


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The Hon’ble Chief Justice of India,

Supreme  Court of India ,

New Delhi



Film Bazaar Recommends 32 film projects to watch out this year

~ Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Ghoomketu, Q’s Ludo, Alankrita Shrivastava’s Lipstick Under My Burkha in the FBR list selected out of 156 films in the ‘Viewing Room’

Mumbai, November 9, 2015: NFDC Film Bazaar, starting from November 20th to 24th 2015, is a development bazaar created exclusively to encourage collaboration between the international and South Asian film fraternity. In its ninth edition this year, Film Bazaar is focused on discovering, supporting and showcasing South Asian content and talent, in the realm of filmmaking, production and distribution.

Portrait artist Rishabh Sud is presenting his first show Moments

2007-2015 in India from November 20th​ ​to 25th​, at 1AQ, Qutab Minar, Main Roundabout in New Delhi.

 Portraiture as an art form has played a crucial role in the history of art, yet as a medium of artistic expression it has been largely forgotten in the era of selfies. And portrait artist Rishabh Sud is attempting to bring back some of the lost glory back to portraiture through his solo show Moments 2007-2015 from November
​ ​
2​0th to 25​th​, at 1AQ,​ ​
Qutab Minar, Main Roundabout in New Delhi.

Nov 6, 2015

PU pays teacher without performance of exam duty & spot evaluation in excess of permitted limits

By Registered Post & Emailed at
No. 846-C dated 06-11-2015.

Dr M. Hamid Ansari
Hon’ble Chancellor, Panjab University &
Vice-President of India,
Vice-President’s Secretariat,
6, Maulana Azad Road,
New Delhi-110011.

Sub:    PU made payment to teacher without performance of any duty &
        spot-evaluation of answer-books in excess of permitted limit


A musical symphony to mark the culmination of 125th birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru​

​Soulful music, good friends and grassy expanse; isn’t that what winters should be all about. To get you grooving right into the season, Qawaal Ustad Chand Afzal, playback singer Sonu Nigam and Carnatic vocalist Aruna Sairam will perform on November 14, 2015, at Nehru Park to mark the culmination of 125th birth anniversary celebrations of Jawaharlal Nehru. He loved one, he loved all; this event celebrates inclusion of music lovers from all walks of life.

CARYSIL ties up with Bajaj Finserv to offer 0% finance scheme for Diwali

Customers can buy interest-free CARYSIL appliances on an extended one-year warranty

 New Delhi, November 6, 2015:  CARYSIL, a German engineered brand for quartz kitchen sinks, rolls in an irresistible offer for shoppers this Diwali. The brand has tied up with Bajaj Finserv for a 0% financing scheme this festive season. The tie-up will cover all CARYSIL products and translates into zero initial payment, processing fee and interest for the shoppers. This offer is valid from 23rd October to 15th November, 15.

Nov 5, 2015

Pt. Rajan-Sajan Mishra & Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia Mesmerize Audience at Delhi Classical Music Festival

New Delhi: The much revered exponents of the Banaras Gharana of Indian Classical Music Pt. Rajan-Sajan Mishra vowed the audience with their vocal recitals while legendary flutist Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia delighted classical music lovers of Delhi with his rendition of the instrument on the second day of the Delhi Classical Music Festival. The Festival of Classical Indian Music is organized by Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad.

Service Every Bottle : Are Agrochemical Manufacturers Doing Enough to Take Product Awareness to the Last Farmer?

With the Indian agro chemical industry today mature enough to make long term investments, a number of players are talking about the need to make R & D investment a major part of their strategy. The use of low dosage, high potency agrochemicals is the way forward. Resultantly, many agrochemicals companies have come up with new products to enable farmers boost crop production, safety and quality. However, are these companies marketing their products well among their target audience i.e farmers? Are they paying enough attention to ensuring the products and the message of right usage reach the intended target? In India, where most of the farmers are illiterate and not even equipped to correctly decipher the directions or instructions for using the products listed on the product bottles, reaching out to them becomes all the more important.

Legendary Vocalist Pt Jasraj; Unique Sitar-Sarod Duet Enchants Audience at Delhi Classical Music Festival

· Delhi Classical Music Festival is organized by Department of Art, Culture and Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad ·  The 3rd evening witnessed enthralling musical performances by Lakshay Mohan and Aayush Mohan Gupta, Ustad Saeed Zafar Khan and renowned classical music vocalist Pt. Jasraj

New Delhi : A striking jugalbandi of Sitar and Sarod by Lakshay Mohan & Ayush Mohan Gupta, a memorable vocal recital by the legendary Pt Jasraj and a euphonious rendition of Sitar by Ustad Saeed Zafar Khan made the third evening of the Delhi Classical Music Festival a memorable one. Organized by the Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad, the Festival of Classical Music is showcasing multiple genres of music and brilliance of the country’s classical music traditions.

Nov 4, 2015

Prevention is Better than Cure in Flu

According to Ayurvedacharya Dr. Partap Chauhan, Director, Jiva Ayurveda
The epidemic flu continues to spread and cause concern throughout the world. Even though governments and medical institutions have been battling all kinds of diseases like Swine Flu and Dengue, among others, many of these epidemics have already been classified as global pandemics. Massive media campaigns have been launched all over to create public awareness on diseases, still they continue to spread and pose a threat to millions of people. Why is it so?

Dalit folk singer arrested for ‘sedition’ must be released

The Tamil Nadu government must immediately release Dalit folk singer and activist S Sivadas, popularly known by his stage name Kovan, who was arrested on 30 October over two satirical songs criticizing the state government and chief minister. Kovan faces charges including sedition, provocation with intent to cause a riot and public mischief.

Nov 3, 2015

Invite: Cocktail Evening @ Divani


Hope you are doing well. We are pleased to share that our team will be representing Divani, a brand of Yash Raj Films & KBSH PVT. LTD.. A little over a year & a half into operations, Divani is country's first cinema inspired fashion brand. Celebrated Indian actors Rekha, Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Juhi Chawla, Rani Mukherjee, Katrina Kaif, Preity Zinta, Anushka Sharma & Parineeti Chopra are just some of the patrons of the brand, that walked the ramp for the launch show as a tribute to the dream maker Late SHRI Yash Chopra.

Flaunt this Festive Season with graceful clutch collection from Pick N Get

Festivals are round the corner and Pick N Get brings you all new range of dazzling clutch collection to flaunt this festive season. The mesmerizing and versatile pieces are enriched with designs which are a definite head turner and would compliment your festive attire. The pieces are perfect blend of charm and elegance collection that will poise you with grace.

Ship of Theseus, Yellow, Closer, Two friends among the 40 films which will be screened at the ‘First International Film Festival for the Persons with Disabilities 2015'

Mahesh Limaye’s 'Yellow' is the opening film of the festival which will be held in Delhi from December 1st to 3rd, 2015

Delhi, November 3, 2015: The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPwD), Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India announced the shortlisted 40 films to be screened in the ‘First International Film Festival for the Persons with Disability (IFFPD), 2015’. National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) has collaborated with (DEPwD) to organize a unique three-days film festival for persons with disabilities, which will be held at Siri Fort, New Delhi, from 1st to 3rdDecember, 2015.

Delhi Classical Music Festival Takes off To Fabulous Start

 The festival organized by Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad, is displaying the magic of music legends at Delhi’s Kamani Auditorium, Begum Parween Sultana’s sublime voice; Pt. Bhajan Sopori genius with Santoor spellbind audience on first day

New Delhi, : Begum Parween Sultana’s melodious voice spellbound the audience while Pt. Bhajan Sopori mesmerized the listeners with his genius play of Santoor as one of the biggest classical music festivals in the country opened with a bang in the national capital today. The Festival of Classical Indian Music has been organized by the Department of Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi and Sahitya Kala Parishad and will continue from 2nd to 5th November at the Kamani Auditorium. It was inaugurated by Shri Manish Sisodia, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister, Delhi. The Chief Guest at the festival was Shri Kapil Mishra – Hon’ble Minister of Water Law & Justice Tourism Art Culture & Languages.

The festival will see participation of some of the legends of Indian classical music including Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia, Pt. Jasraj, and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan among others. On the opening day of the festival, the euphonious voice of Begum Parween Sultana had a hypnotizing effect on the audience. The Hindustani Classical singer of the Patiala Gharana vowed the audience with her rendition of the ragas. At the same time, Pt Bhajan Sopori’s rendition on Santoor mesmerized the listeners.

Parween Sultana is renowned for her majestic voice and was awarded the Padmashree for the same in 1976. She was also honored by the Sangeet Natak Academy Award in the year 1999 and by the prestigious Padma Bhushan Award in 2014. Through the years, she has also lent her vocals to several Bollywood film songs including in movies like Do Boond Pani, Pakeezah, Gadar, Kudrat,  among others.

Pandit Bhajan Sopori, on the other hand, has done unparalleled work in taking the beautiful music of Santoor to different corners of the world. The maestro has taught music at Washington University and was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi award in 1993 and the Padma Shri in 2004.

“The origins of Indian classical music can be found in the Vedas, the oldest scriptures in the Hindu tradition dating back to 1500 BCE. However, over the centuries, our music has incorporated inputs from multiple sources and has enriched itself with confluence of different traditions that met in the Indian subcontinent. Our instruments have held their own even in times of digital and techno driven musical instruments. Indian classical music is a true representative of our rich identity,” says Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia.

“In recent years there has been an animated debate on whether our classical music is losing out to the modern pop culture. However, when I see young music enthusiasts eager to learn our classical traditions and keen to master their hands in it, I feel confident of a bright future for our indigenous music. We need more such festivals to encourage young talent on the scene,” says Ustad Amjad Ali Khan.

The second evening of the festival will host performances from Pt. Rajan-Sajan Mishra duo and Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia. Pandit Rajan and Sajan Mishra are accomplished singers of the ‘khyal’ style of Indian classical music while Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia needs no introduction as one of India’s most renowned flutist.

The third evening will begin with a Sitar & Sarod (Duet) recital by Lakshay Mohan & Ayush Mohan Gupta; this will be followed by Sitar recital by Ustad Saeed Zafar Khan; and vocal recital by renowned classical music vocalist Pt. Jasraj. The festival will end on November 5 with a vocal recital by Ashwini Bhide Deshpande and sarod recital by Ustad Amjad Ali Khan.

Pariksha Labs announces "Filmi Filmy" - the first music app in the world to offer song listing and voice search in Hindi

New Delhi, November, 2015; Pariksha Labs, a leading publisher of Indian apps has announced that its latest update of "Filmi Filmy - Your Favorite Bollywood Songs In Video" is the first app in the world to offer hindi song listings and voice search in Hindi.

VHP Memo to LG to stop Beef in Delhi, Complaint regarding sale of Beef in Delhi

: Letter also sent to HM, MCD, Hotels & Restaurants : New Delhi, Nov. 03, 2015. Vishwa Hindu Parishad Delhi today sent a letter to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi complaining sale of beef in many Hotels, restaurants and food joints of Delhi. The letter jointly signed by the Kshetriya Gau Raksha Pramukh shri Rashtra Prakash and the Delhi state joint Secretary of VHP shri Ram Pal Singh Yadav appealed the head of the national capital region to stop sale of Beef in Delhi forthwith.

The indefinite hunger-strike of Irom Sharmila against the AFSPA would complete its 15th year soon.


The indefinite hunger-strike of Irom Sharmila against the AFSPA would complete its 15th year soon.

The state impunity on violence against our own people continues till date.

04 November 2015, from 9am to 5pm, Samta Sthal, Opp. Raj Ghat, New Delhi

Irom Sharmila, since she was a teenager has been demanding removal of armed forces from India’s North-East for last 15 years. The country and in fact the whole world has recognised her struggle and sympathised with her demand. But no government has tried to open a dialogue with her. The same governments talk to the extremists. In the past, we have seen governments talking to the armed insurgents but they have not talked to Irom as they do not have answers to her simple questions.

Nov 1, 2015

Violation of Model Code of Conduct and the RP Act 1951 by Aam Aadmi Party

To:                                                                                                                           28-10-2015                         The Chief Election Commissioner

Election Commission of India

Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001

Subject: Violation of Model Code of Conduct and the RP Act 1951 by Aam Aadmi Party

Respected Sir,

1)    Petitioner is a law-abiding citizen of India and member of Supreme Court Bar Association. Besides practicing in law, petitioner is also a social worker, contributing his best to the development of the socially, economically and politically down trodden people of the country and promotes fraternity, unity and integrity. Petitioner was actively associated with RTI Movement and India Against Corruption Movement i.e. Janlokpal Movement and worked closely with many social activists including Gandhian Anna Hazare. Petitioner is one of the Founder Member of Aam Aadmi Party and had been National Council Member too. During the 2013 Delhi state election, petitioner was authorized signatory of AAP for election related matters. Presently Petitioner is Spokesperson of BJP Delhi.

Petition for de-registration of AAP for Violation of Model Code of Conduct and the RP Act 1951

To:                                                                                                                           28-10-2015                         The Chief Election Commissioner

Election Commission of India

Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001

Subject: Violation of Model Code of Conduct and the RP Act 1951 by Aam Aadmi Party

Respected Sir,

1)    Petitioner is a law-abiding citizen of India and member of Supreme Court Bar Association. Besides practicing in law, petitioner is also a social worker, contributing his best to the development of the socially, economically and politically down trodden people of the country and promotes fraternity, unity and integrity. Petitioner was actively associated with RTI Movement and India Against Corruption Movement i.e. Janlokpal Movement and worked closely with many social activists including Gandhian Anna Hazare. Petitioner is one of the Founder Member of Aam Aadmi Party and had been National Council Member too. During the 2013 Delhi state election, petitioner was authorized signatory of AAP for election related matters. Presently Petitioner is Spokesperson of BJP Delhi.


New Delhi : Indian Federation of Working Journalists (IFWJ) today celebrated its 65th foundation day at Jantar Mantar, where it was founded on this day in 1950. Such programmes were organized at all state capitals and media centres across the country. Some journalists from Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh also participated in the function held at Delhi.

Bappi Lahiri launches Govind Sakariya’s new film with song recording

Renowned Music Director Bappi Lahiri on Firday launched an Untitled Hindi film produced by “Sab Star Movies” with song recording at his Juhu Bangalow residence. Two film songs were also recorded in the voices of Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik and Bappi Lahiri himself at BL Sound recording studio, Juhu, Mumbai.

The film is directed by Govind Sakariya, a noted filmmaker of Gujarati cinema, which is produced by Sanjay Patel, Ashwin Patel, Paresh Patel, Bharat Dodia, Pankaj Dodia. The film is written by renowned Film Writer Praful Parekh who has given bollywood tons of hit films like Welcome Back, Ishq, Raja, Shola aur Shabnam, Dil, Beta etc.

Brett Lee brings Sounds of Cricket™ to 63 million hearing impaired in India

Cricket legend and Cochlear's first Global Hearing Ambassador, Brett Lee today unveiled the Indian leg of the global initiative ‘Sounds of Cricket™’ to raise awareness about the significant functional, social, emotional and economic impact of hearing loss on individuals and their families.

Text Box: ü Over 63 million people in India are diagnosed with significant hearing impairment ü 4 in every 1000 children suffer from severe to profound hearing loss ü Every year, 100,000 babies are born with hearing deficiency ü Universal newborn hearing screening can help in early detection and suitable remedial action

5 simple styling tips to make your child look modish!

By Ms. Mohita Indrayan Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer
612 League

 When Shivani’s daughter was 4 years old, she used to love wearing a bright-colored lehenga style skirt paired with a purple t-shirt with Mickey Mouse prints along with bangles. Did it match? No. Did she feel happy in her attire? Absolutely! She used to love sporting this look while going for walks with her mom. Her styling used to attract strange looks from the parents of kids in her age group, who probably thought that Shivani hardly paid attention to her daughter’s dressing style. When children are very young, they often have little opinion on what clothes they like. Sometimes they may have a favourite shirt or dress, but otherwise they wear whatever their parents buy them.  The question here arises, ‘How should I dress my child to make him/her look stylish?’ Well, simply follow the guidelines below and you will never go wrong!

Jobless Young Generation is being cheated in the name of Job, Daily Crores of rupees fraud, few examples are below...

Respected Sir,

That we had received intimation pertaining  to Cheating and soliciting of the general public on the Pretext of Job, heavy amount hasbeen taken from the victims on the pretext of Job, but no any job is provided neither the amount is Being Refunded.

South Superstar Daggubati Venkatesh and Bahubali star Rana Daggubati flew down from Hyderabad for the screening of Raam Reddy's Thithi which had its Asian premiere at the 17th Jio MAMI Mumbai film festival

Mumbai, November 1, 2015:  After winning top two awards at the Locarno Film festival, Raam Raddy's Thithi made its Asian premiere at the on-going Jio MAMI Film Festival on the evening of October 31. The film opened to a packed house and rave reviews.

South Superstar Daggubati Venkatesh and Bahubali star Rana Daggubati flew down from Hyderabad to attend the first public screening of the film in India. Dadasaheb Phalke award winning filmmaker, Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Oscar-winner Resul Pukootty, Titli director Kanu Behl, Killa director Avinash Arun and Sayani Gupta also attended the screening.