Ambani Antilia Kids See ‘Bright Future for Reliance’

Ambani Antilia Kids See ‘Bright Future for Reliance’ Not India
December25, 2017 (C) Ravinder
In this special message to Antilia Kids brought up in Manipulated-Scammed Reliance Organization that Future for RIL is DARK not bright. Read ‘Polyester Prince’for founder’s history. Read stories of 2nd Gen in KG Basin, RCom, RPower, RInfra Failures etc.
Companies to Be Inherited by 3rd Gen Antilia Kids are most VULNERABLE.
Directors of RIL are their Mom & Pop plus some relatives. NIKE Directors have $10 Trillion Skills.* [In Next Report]
NIKE $103b vs RIL $93b
For all the Scams & Manipulations RIL is worth $10b Less than NIKE valued at $103b to RIL valued at $93b. [Both Present Day Costs]
We are supplied by approximately 127 footwear factories located in 15 countries. The largest single footwear factory accounted for approximately 8% of total fiscal 2017 NIKE Brand footwear production. Virtually all of our footwear is manufactured outside of the United States by independent contract manufacturers who often operate multiple factories. For fiscal 2017, contract factories in Vietnam, China and Indonesia manufactured approximately 46%, 27% and 21% of total NIKE Brand footwear, respectively.

NIKE Revenue is $34b, Gross Profit $15b, Net Income $4.240b

Elizabeth J. Comstock, John G. Connors, Timothy D. Cook, John J. Donahoe II, Alan B. Graf, Jr. Travis A. Knight, John C. Lechleiter, Michelle A. Peluso, Johnathan A. Rodgers, John R. Thompson, Jr. Phyllis M. Wise.

1] Petro Chemicals, Refining and Oil & Gas: – Yesterday230m population of UP State consumed 285 MU of Electricity or 6 Units per household – would need just a 1 kw of Solar Rooftop to power their Electricity needs. Electric Vehicles and Large scale deployment of SolarPV Rooftopswould make Petroleum sector UNVIABLE.

Ø This sector is largely dependent on IMPORTS – Investment in N-Power, Hydro Powerwould further drive down Petroleum use.

2] Retail: – Direct E-Marketing and Farm to Fork policies make Reliance retail Unviable.

3] RJio: – RJio is aleady experiencing TOUGH fight from established players – Wired Broadband offers 10 Times Cheaper Services as Wifi connects all electronics, Communication devices. Lifi will make RJio services Uncompetitive.
Future of India shall be Bright Without RIL.  
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

Onward Together

Before 2017 ends, I want to say thank you, Naresh.
We knew this year would be a difficult one. But it was also full of fierce passion and hope — from the millions of people who took to the streets on behalf of the values we share to the activists, newcomers and veterans alike, who lead us to victories in Virginia, Alabama, and across the country. We really have seen that we are stronger together (sorry, couldn’t resist).
My wish for you is that you’re able to take a break this holiday season and spend some time with the people you love. Bill and I will be celebrating the best way we know how: by sharing our favorite traditions with the youngest members of our family.
2018 will be a big year for this team. I hope you enjoy your holidays — and come back refreshed and ready to win. I know I will.

Film:Yugpurush Atal

Press Invite : “YUGPURUSH ATAL”
Spectrum Movies is making a biopic on Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The film will be announced on the occasion of his birthday on Monday, the December 25, 2017. All media people are cordially invited to grace the occasion.
Venue : The Press Club of India, New Delhi (Near Central Secretariat Metro Station)
Time : 12:30 P.M.
Ashish Nigam
(Manager Production)
Phone – 9871668024

UNICEF Global Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra speaks about the need
for empowering adolescent girls and boys.

New Delhi December 24, 2017: Film of Priyanka Chopra interacting with children of Nine is Mine :

New Delhi, December 23, 2017: Interacting with a group of young girls and boys along with media, during a special interaction in the capital today, UNICEF Global Goodwill Ambassador, Priyanka Chopra said, “Adolescents today face a unique set of challenges. Giving them the tools to improve their lives will help create a generation of economically-independent citizens who will actively contribute to their communities.Investment in adolescents can lift millions out of poverty by creating a constructive and skilled workforce.”

“I strongly believe that our regular efforts in empowering adolescent girls will contribute to the growth of our country” she added. Focusing on the issue of child marriage, she said, “A girl who is married as a child is more likely to be out of school, experience domestic violence. She is more likely to have children when she is still a child. There are more chances of her dying due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth.”

India is home to more than 243 million adolescents, who account for a quarter of the country’s population. Coordinated efforts are crucial for the socio-economic development of adolescent girls and boys with a special focus on adolescent empowerment. Ending child marriage, enabling access to secondary education and transition to work can be a game changer for India’s future growth and development.

Adolescence offers a second chance to those who may not have got the requisite support during early childhood. While adolescence is an age of opportunity, it is also a time of vulnerability. Adolescent girls may be vulnerable to child marriage, dropping out of school, face gender based violence at home and in public spaces and have limited opportunities to transition into paid, formal work. During this period, adolescent boys, may be vulnerable to paid child labour and consequently miss school.

A study on ‘Supporting Adolescent transition to adulthoods – “What Works and What Doesn’t” was also shared on this occasion. The findings from UNICEF’s joint study with Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), a global research network explores evidence on social protection measures for adolescents.

Teenage populations are a unique demographic asset that is often overlooked. Young adolescents are often invisible in discourse and data, falling between programmes and policies focused on children and on the youth. By investing in adolescent education and training, countries can reap a large and productive workforce, contributing significantly to the growth of national economies.

UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, to build a better world for everyone. For more information about UNICEF and its work for children Follow UNICEF on Twitterand Facebook

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Shubhankar Sharma snatches victory in classic encounter with Rashid Khan at McLeod Russel Tour Championship 2017; Makes it ‘icing on the cake’ to dream season

Shamim Khan bags his second PGTI Order of Merit title; Viraj Madappa is Emerging Player of the Year

Kolkata, December 24, 2017:Shubhankar Sharmasnatchedvictory from the jaws of defeat in the final round of the Rs. 1.5 crore McLeod Russel Tour Championship 2017 to make it the ‘icing on the cake’ to a dream season which saw him win three titles.

The 21-year-old from Chandigarh, who recently became the youngest Indian to win on the European Tour, prevailed over Delhi’s Rashid Khan by one shot in a classic encounter at the PGTI’s year-end championship played at the revered Royal Calcutta Golf Club (RCGC).

Shubhankar, trailing by two shots till the 14th hole, turned it around in the final stages to end up with a round of 68 and a winning total of 17-under-271. He thus took home his sixth professional trophy and the winner’s cheque worth a whopping Rs. 22,50,000. The 26-year-old Rashid (71) finished with a total of 16-under-272.
Shamim Khan of Delhi bagged his second PGTI Order of Merit title after finishing tied fourth at eight-under-280 this week. Shamim, who had earlier won the title in 2012, closed the 2017 season with earnings of Rs. 51,64,233 to finish number one in the money list by a fair distance. He won three titles during the season.

Ahmedabad’s Udayan Mane, who also bagged three titles in the season, the joint-highest with Shamim, came in second on the money list with season’s earnings of Rs. 43,14,251. He posted a tied 18th finish at RCGC with a total score of two-under-286 for the week.

Shubhankar Sharma (66-70-67-68) began the day two shots behind the leader Rashid Khan (67-67-67-71) but caught up with the latter on the eighth thanks to three birdies including two tap-ins. Rashid then produced some magic by holing out from 150 yards for an eagle-two on the ninth to regain his two-shot lead.

Khan, a two-time Asian Tour winner, was two ahead after the 14thand looking good for his 10thtitle. Sharma then clawed his way back with an excellent bunker shot on the 15th that led to a birdie. Rashid found the water on the 15thand the hole witnessed a two-shot swing in favour of Shubhankar that brought him back to level terms with Rashid.

Both players raised the intensity of the contest by making birdies on the next hole. However, the 17thproved to be decisive as Khan’s poor chip shot resulted in a bogey and saw him fall back by one shot. Sharma finally converted a tricky 10-feet par putt on the last hole to clinch his second PGTI title of the season and also his second professional title at the RCGC.

In the process, Shubhankar equaled the lowest winning score at the McLeod Russel Tour Championship earlier posted by Anirban Lahiri during his 2013 triumph.
Shubhankar said, “I was really calm the whole day. Despite being behind I never let the pressure build on myself. I was a bit upset after missing a three-footer for birdie on the ninth but bounced back well with some good shots on the back-nine.

“The 15th was the turning point for me. I knew Rashid had to work hard to make par after finding the water and I produced my best shot of the day on that hole. I landed my bunker shot to five feet which helped me draw level with the leader. I then left myself a tricky 10-feet winning putt after misjudging the green speed with my first putt on the last hole. But I read the line well and saw it through. My putting was much better compared to the last two rounds.

“I’ve been really calm on the course for the past one month and that has made a huge difference to my game. My special relationship with the RCGC continues as I previously won the All India Amateur here in 2013 and another PGTI event in 2016.

“Wins don’t come easy at the professional level so you have to capitalize when you’re playing well. I’ve managed to capitalize on the form so far. I’m now excited about playing in Europe next season,” added Shubhankar, who won his maiden international title at the European Tour’s Joburg Open two weeks back.

Kolkata’s Rahil Gangjee (71) finished third at nine-under-279 while Delhi’s Shamim Khan, Kolkata’s Viraj Madappa, Md Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh and Gurgaon-based Manu Gandas were bunched in tied fourth at eight-under-280.

On his Order of Merit win, Shamim Khan, said, “It’s been a just reward for my fantastic season as I won thrice. I was in contention all through the year thanks to some consistent performances. Now looking forward to an even better season next year.”

Twenty-year-old Viraj Madappa of Kolkata won the PGTI Emerging Player of the Year title with season’s earnings of Rs. 23,49,641, the highest among the rookies. Viraj ended ninth on the PGTI Order of Merit courtesy six top-10s in the year including a joint runner-up finish in Jamshedpur last week. Chandigarh’s Karandeep Kochhar, who claimed tied 30th place at two-over-290 at the McLeod Russel Tour Championship, finished second in the Emerging Player race with season’s earnings of Rs. 9,71,633.

On his Emerging Player win, Madappa, said, “I didn’t have too many expectations at the start of the year as I was going through a change in my swing. But I got really comfortable on the PGTI as the year progressed. The good performances in my rookie season have given me a lot of confidence for the future. Hopefully, a win should come soon.”

Local favourite SSP Chawrasia finished tied 10th at five-under-283.

Need help of Indian Gov to Recover Money

We need Help of Indian Governemnt to recover our Money – Anastasia Akimova
New Delhi- The Young Entrepreneur Anastasiia Akimova is having Agriculural Product Import & Export Business in Ukraine, cheated by Khurabhai Nagaji  bhai  Ramani, owner of Ollo Export & Import based in Rajkot, Gujarat of approx 1.25 Crore on name of Exporting Chickpeas  to Ukraine and received money on name of exporting products of Rs 1.25 Cr from in May 207 but after that he randomly denying from supplying products. the Deal was done in Rajkot, Gujrat by Both Traders. The Ollo Export & Import Company is also registered with DGFT.
 The Indian government has been continuously inviting foreign investors in India for Business, and as Anastasiia Akimova has already Agriculture Based Import & Export Business in Ukraine, Russia so she decided to purchase Agro based products from India, and come to know about Ollo Import & Export Company in Gujarat and contact them for Import of Chickpeas  (Kabuli Chana) and after conformation of all documents they came to Rajkot, Gujrat and paid the approx 1.15 crore to them and after conformation of delivery of products they returned back to Ukraine.
Addressing Media, Akimova  said that we had to do business in India only after keeping the policies of the government in mind. We have a businessman whose name is Khoda Bhai Nagaji Bhai Ramani in Rajkot of Gujarat. Under the company Ollo Import and Export, the company had dealt with the business of chick pica( kabuli chana). chick pica (Kabuli Chana) wanted to take India from Ukraine, we already have a business of Agriculture Produce. Under this deal, our company made a payment of 1 crore 10 lac rupees to businessman Khuda Bhai Nagaji Bhai Ramani. But this businessman of Rajkot, the Khuda Bhai, did not give us the confession. And our money went wrong. Anastasia Akimova said that we complained to DGFT and Rajkot police. Khuda Bhai’s company is also registered in Olo Import and Export DGFT. Rajkot Police also arrested the businessman but till now our money was not recovered. They requested from Government of India to recover the money  from trader. We have also complained about it to the Ministry of Industry and also during investigation we come to know that they have also cheated few more persons and investigation is going on in this issue.  We have also filed a complaint in the Ministry of External Affairs. But no action has been taken so far. she said that we want to do business in India. But if our money does not recover, then how will we trade? It is worth mentioning that in the Rajkot police against Khuda Bhai there are many complaints already registered but no action to stop his illegal actions.


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