Celebrating Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day :Celebrating the Valentine Day with offering my Prayers for all human being evolved in state that achieve more prosperity to achieve powers for their liberation and rule the cosmos.This is time when most of the people are on paths to scientific approach with mobile tech in their hands and thus the education,skill and mind to develop at the faster pace. Within span another decades more material growth is on the anvil and thus help the mind to get to the super natural powers. These super powers are embedded with material powers too.More things to be evolved which shall stupify our mind in time to come.
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Raw Food > Mandi-Market-Retailer-Garbage Bins > Landfill

February14, 2016 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com
Not more than 10 days are left for the GoI to present its last BUDGET-2016 and 10 days are Crucial for any course Correction – after that there will not be much time left to show any results. Farming Income Can TRIPLED – Energy Saving 70%-80%.
I have written a lot already about how Farmers are not allowed by GoI policies to Store, Process and Market their produce andStoring, Processing & Marketing at farms shall Create 200m Jobs and Triple Rural Economy.
Environment Disaster – GHG – Air, Water, Bio Poisoning
Raw Food > Mandi-Market-Retailer-Garbage Bins > Landfill
When Food is Processed at Farms – firstly Farm Waste in most cases is used as Fuel, Secondly is three TIMES MORE ENERGY EFFICIENT than Home Cooking which is either LPG or Electricity in cities mainly derived from FOSSIL FUELS.
Six Stage Transportation of Foods > 6 Times Cost & Pollution
Raw food like Fresh Fruits & Vegetables are first taken to town Mandi in TractorsTrolleys or Carts, Reloaded in to Large Trucks again – taken to City Markets, thenloaded in to Medium trucks generally old & reconditioned to deliver them to Retailers. Food from retailers are taken home in Cars & Two Wheelers, Raw Food generates say 50% Garbage is Collected Manually by ‘High Paid’ Municipal Workers who arrive at work site in Buses, also own two Wheelers take Garbage to local Garbage DumpsSpecial Garbage Trucks take the Garbage to Landfill Sites within Cities.
Food-grains also ‘Go Through Similar Cycle’ – Wheat to Local Mandi toFCI/Private Godown, to Railways Stationto Destination Station to Retail Shops.
At every stage Cost Go Up and Middlemen JACK UP Prices – Food Wastages & Nutrition Loss at every stage is substantial
Harsimrat Badal reports Rs.92,000 Cr Annual WASTAGE of Foods – Rs.4,00,000 Cr annually be saved in Avoiding TRANSPORTATION COST, Nutrition Loss Could be say Rs.5,00,000 Cr annually =Rs.10,00,000 Cr Loss.

In above Premature Harvesting of Grains, Fruits & Vegetable Crops is not considered – Radish, Brinjal, Cauliflower, Potato, Onion can grow Double in size. Food Processing in SME Units in villages to Ensure MAXIMUM Yield & Maturity of Crops, Dropping of Fruits in a Storm can be quickly preserved. 
Food Processing in SMEs Units at Farms Shall Promote
Local Production Avoid Long Distance Transportion of Foods
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9871056471, 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation,
Smart Cities, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects

The Naresh Kumar Sagar Daily

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Havas Media is looking for a great Digital Media Planner.
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Play: Nyayapriya Playwright: Albert Camus

Play: Nyayapriya
Playwright: Albert Camus
Director: Parvez Akhtar
Group: Natmandap
Language: Hindi
Duration: 1 hr 40 mins

The Play
An underground revolutionary group plans to murder a British Collector in colonial India. Tej Pratap, a fugitive living in Canada, comes and joins the group. Shekhar, popularly called Mastana in the group, on seeing children riding in the British collector’s carriage, does not throw the bomb as planned on the ascertained day. There is heated argument in the group because of this. Damyanti, a senior member of the group, is in love with Shekhar. The group leader Baldev plans to throw the bomb two days later. Shekhar is arrested after the death of the Collector. A vigilance officer tries to buy-off Shekhar in the prison. British collector’s wife and Pandit Trivedi visit Shekhar in the prison so that he repents. Shekhar is hanged to death. On the day of the hanging Damyanti, deeply grieved, decides to throw the next bomb and suffer a similar fate.

Director’s Note
This is the second Albert Camus play directed by me after Caligula. On the outset it seems like a wordy, ordinary and realistic play. But the clash of thoughts in the play creates such a dramatic duality that it becomes not only special but probably the best work by Camus. In the order of the struggle for justice, denial of what is auspicious, beautiful and delicate is logically opposed; thus making its extremely relevant. The play begins with ordinary characters and their conversation, gradually moving to the struggle of thoughts which is depicted with a simple set and light design to create and appropriate ground and atmosphere for the actors. The effort of this presentation is to express the sublime emotion with realistic performance instead of melodrama.

Parvez Akhtar is an eminent theatre designer and director. He was born in Gorakhpur in 1954. After beginning a formal theatre life in 1975, he worked for IPTA for twenty years. Then he established Natmandap and was also associated as a theatre director to many institutes like Anaagat, Prerna and Prachi. He has done plays of varied style and forms and proverbial plays. He has travelled with theatre all over the country along with participating in important festivals, workshops and seminars organised by Sangeet Natak Akademi, NSD and regional cultural centres. Some important plays directed by him are Guinea Pig, Hanoosh, Mahabhoj, Madhavi, Satya Harischandra, Ant Nahi, Muktiparv and many more.

The Playwright
Albert Camus was a great thinker and writer of the twentieth century. He was born in Algeria in 1913. He joined the Communist Party of France in 1935. He was ousted from the party for his revolutionary thoughts. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1957. He had immense interest in football and theatre. He grew up under the influence of First World War and witnessed the Second. One finds an unprecedented depiction of human trials and turbulence, atheism, death, and Greek philosophy in his work. He died in a car accident in 1960. Some of his noted works are The Stranger, The Myth of Sisyphus, The Rebel, Caligula, The Plague, The Just Assassins etc.

Dr Sharad Chandra is a famous writer, poetess and translator. She has translated a number of Camus’s works directly from French to Hindi, and has written books on the life and thoughts of Camus. She writes in English, Hindi and French. She holds a doctorate in Comparative Literature and has travelled worldwide. She was awarded as the best translator by the Bhartiya Anuvaad Parishad, New Delhi and Academie Francaise, Paris.

The Group
Although Natmandap was formally established in 2001, it has been active for the past twenty years as a small creative group with excellent actors and theatre practitioners. The recent activities of Natmandap include the musical presentationRam ki Shakti PujaNarmedh, a collection of Bhishm Sahani’s stories, Dario Fo’s Akeli Aurat and Savera; and the experimental ‘open terrace theatre’.

Cast & Credits
Actors:                        Ajit Kumar, Mona Jha, Javed Akhtar Khan, Sujeet Kumar, Ravi Mahadevan,
Umakant Jha, Vinod Kumar, Nivedita, Ravi Kumar

Backstage:       Vijendra Tonk, Neeraj, Sonal Narayan

Playwright                                         Albert Camus                                   
Direction                                            Parvez Akhtar

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India’s Top Bodybuilders at Talwalkars Classique 2015 | DESIblitz
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6th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2016

Hockey Punjab and Sports Authority of India set for finals at 6th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2016 (A Division)
Ø  Hockey Punjab beat Hockey Haryana 4-1 in Semi – Final 1
Ø  Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy lost to Sports Authority of India in Semi Final 2

13th February, 2016, Rohtak: Semi – Final day at the 6th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2016 (A Division) saw two exciting clashes. The first semi- final was won by Hockey Punjab by 4-1 against Hockey Haryana. The second semi-final of the day was won by Sports Authority of India who defeated Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy 1-0 to reach the finals.

The first semi- final of the day between Hockey Punjab and Hockey Haryana started with Hockey Punjab going on the attack since the start of the match. Punjab managed to get the upper hand in the seventh minute through a penalty corner opportunity in the 7th minute. The penalty corner was successfully converted by the Captain Reet. Haryana got the equalizer in the 9th minute through Manju Chorsiya. Hockey Punjab in order to find the next goal pressed hard and before the end of the first half the opportunity came from another penalty corner conversion by the Punjab Captain Reet to restore the one goal lead in the 32nd minute. The first half ended with the score at 2-1 in favour of Punjab.

Punjab re-energized by their late first half goal pushed hard and kept up the pressure on Haryana. The Hockey Haryana defense held strong waiting for the opportunity to create the perfect counter attack. Punjab instead maintained the pressure and got two goals within the span of 5 minutes just before the end of the second half to seal the place in the final with a score of 4-1.

The second semi- final between Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy and Sports Authority of India saw a rather low scoring encounter. The first half saw tight defense from both the teams as no goals were scored. The second half saw the solitary goal of the match being scored by Sadhna Sengar in the 39th minute to make the score 1-0 in favour of Sports Authority of India. The Sports Authority of India maintained a strong defensive line to keep the score at 1-0.

Hockey Punjab and Sports Authority of India will the play the final on 14th February, 2016.


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