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PRESS RELEASE
‘MILLION DOLLAR ARM’ CREATORS PITCH ‘MILLION DOLLAR BAT’ CURVEBALL
US baseball hitter to become the nextIndian cricket star
Launch season 3 of million dollar arm early 2015
Bollywood version of the ‘million dollar arm’
Friday, December 5 2014 –Sports agent J.B. Bernstein, portrayed by Hollywood’s Jon Hamm in the 2014 Disney film “The Million Dollar Arm”, and his business partner Ash Vasudevan revealed their latest talent search which will see US baseball hitters compete for the chance to play cricket in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The co-creators of “The Million Dollar Arm” launched their latest venture “The Million Dollar Bat” at the Host Cities summit, where experts from the fields of sport and major events are gathered recently in Dubai. They were joined by Rinku Singh, 26, and Dinesh Kumar Patel, 25, the subjects of the American biographical sports drama that hit the big screen in May. In 2008 the aspiring Olympic javelin throwers became the first Indians to sign a pr…
Smart Meters Fail to Deliver in USA – Piyush Goyal Misled
December06, 2014 (C) Ravinder Singh ravinderinvent@gmail.com

It is important for India to first get Correct Inputs before
Incorrectly Applying foreign technologies. Sunita Narain and other
Dubious NGOs are Misleading GOI.

Even as USA wealth increased from $41.5 trillions to $67.3 trillion
its CO2 Emissions from power generation decreased by 10%, SO2
reduction by 70% and NOx by 60% and out of 4047 BU of Generation,
Green Energy contributed 1263 BU, Natural Gas 1225 BU Cleaner Energy,
Coal Fired power is reduced to 1514 BU only.

Coal Fuel contribution to power generation in USA has reduced to 37%
from 50% in 2002, from 1933 million tones to 1514 million tones or
22%.

Piyuh Goyal Plans to DOUBLE Coal Power Generation by 2019.

http://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_01_02.html ,
http://www.eia.gov/electricity/annual/html/epa_10_06.html ,
USA T&D losses are less than 8% compared to over 30% REAL Losses.

But something most amazing FACT is …
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Toronto bound MICE travellers in for a treat
Mumbai, December 03, 2014: For the forthcoming travel season, Toronto is giving MICE groups additional reasons to plan a trip to the city. Strengthening its infrastructure further, the city will introduce its visitors to exciting additions at existing attractions along with new hotels and restaurants to suit everyone’s taste buds!
With the following additions, MICE groups will have plenty of new options to explore and revel in:
Union Pearson Express (UP Express) will launch in spring 2015 by Metrolinx. On board, guests are offered an array of amenities including WiFi, power outlets for laptops, luggage racks, flight information and infotainment screens. The station’s conveniently located close to Toronto’s many downtown hotels, tourist attractions and business centres. www.upexpress.com
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. The 12, 500 square-metre (135,000 square-feet) world-class family attraction has more than 5.7 million litres (1.5 million gallons…
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Toronto bound MICE travellers in for a treat
Mumbai, December 03, 2014: For the forthcoming travel season, Toronto is giving MICE groups additional reasons to plan a trip to the city. Strengthening its infrastructure further, the city will introduce its visitors to exciting additions at existing attractions along with new hotels and restaurants to suit everyone’s taste buds!
With the following additions, MICE groups will have plenty of new options to explore and revel in:
Union Pearson Express (UP Express) will launch in spring 2015 by Metrolinx. On board, guests are offered an array of amenities including WiFi, power outlets for laptops, luggage racks, flight information and infotainment screens. The station’s conveniently located close to Toronto’s many downtown hotels, tourist attractions and business centres. www.upexpress.com
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. The 12, 500 square-metre (135,000 square-feet) world-class family attraction has more than 5.7 million litres (1.5 million gallons…
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WIDOWS CONTINUE TO FACE SEVERE STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION3122014 December 3: – Widows and single women from India, Nepal and Sri Lanka met together with government representatives and international organizations in New Delhi to address current gaps in policies and programmes that prevent them from claiming their rights. ‘There are an estimated 245 million widows worldwide, 115 million of whom live in poverty and suffer from social stigmatization and economic deprivation largely because they have lost their husbands. However, UN Women strongly believes that we can harness the potential of widows as change agents!’ said Patricia Barandun, Deputy Representative of UN Women.
According to the UN Women study on ‘Empowering Widows: an Overview of Policies and Programmes in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka’, widows in Asia are still relegated to a status of the ‘unwanted insiders’. They often face a ‘triple burden’, in the form of stigma associated with widowhood, severe constraints on access to res…