Modis bullet train project in fix

India is set to miss a December deadline to acquire land for a Japan-backed $17 billion bullet train project following protests by fruit growers, government officials said, likely delaying one of Prime Minister Narendra Modis most ambitious projects.
Modis office is now monitoring the project week-to-week, as officials seek to reassure Tokyo that the hurdles can be overcome through intense negotiations with sapota and mango growers in Maharashtra.
Protests, backed by local politicians, have flared up in recent months against attempts to secure sections of a 108-km stretch, which is around one-fifth of the entire bullet train corridor connecting Mumbai with Ahmedabad, the largest commercial city in Modis home state Gujarat.
Ive worked hard for three decades to develop this plantation, and they are asking me to hand over this land, sapota farmer Dashrat Purav, 62, said as he showed his orchard in the town of Palghar, a three-hour-drive north of Mumbai.
I havent worked hard to surrender land for the project. I did that for my children.
Purav said he would sell his land only if at least one of his two unemployed sons was promised a government job.
Failure to procure the bullet train land by the deadline would delay disbursal of soft-loans by Japan International Cooperation Agency, a government development body, which is reviewing the project next month, said two senior officials with the state-run Indian Railways, declining to be named.
To assuage Japans concerns, Indian officials have sought a meeting this month with transport ministry officials in Tokyo, one of the Indian officials said. India wants the projects completion target to be advanced by a year to 2022, the 75th year of Indias independence. Rediff.com

Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee health is stable

Former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, yesterday, has been diagnosed with a urinary tract infection. His condition is believed to be stable, but it is uncertain when the former prime minister, who has been ailing for years now, will be discharged.
A team of doctors is closely monitoring his condition.
Yesterday, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi visited AIIMS, followed by BJP chief Amit Shah and Union minister JP Nadda. Prime Minister Narendra Modi visted Vajpayee an hour later. Several Union ministers and senior BJP leader LK Advani were seen at the hospital.
A statement issued by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi last night said that appropriate treatment was being administered to him by a team of doctors under the supervision of AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria.
The statement added that Mr Vajpayee was admitted to the hospital following complaints of a lower respiratory tract infection and kidney issues and he was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited AIIMS yesterday evening to know the condition of Mr. Vajpayee. Mr Modi interacted with family members of Mr Vajpayee and also spoke to Doctors and inquired about his health.
BJP President Amit Shah, Senior BJP leader LK Advani, Health Minister JP Nadda and Congress President Rahul Gandhi also visited the hospital.

Delhi CM spends night at LG’s office

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues spent the night at the Lt Governor’s office after their demands including a direction to IAS officers to end their “strike” and action against officers who have struck work for “four months”, were not met.
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Kejriwal along with his deputy Manish Sisodia and two other ministers – Gopal Rai and Satyendar Jain — met Lt Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal at 5.30 pm yesterday and since then stayed put at the L-G office.
Last night, the chief minister, who is a diabetic, had to take insulin during the sit-in and got “specific food” from his home, sources said.
It is the first time in the history of Delhi that the chief minister and his cabinet colleagues spent the night at the L-G office to press for their demands.
Kejriwal tweeted at 6.27 am from the L-G office, saying “My dear Delhiites, good morning. Struggle continues”.
A number of AAP MLAs, party’s leaders and workers have also camped near the L-G office, and the police have barricaded the area.
The L-G office slammed Kejriwal’s sit-in, saying it is another protest in the sequence of “dharna without reason”. A statement, issued by Baijal’s office last evening, stated that the L-G was “threatened” to summon officers and issue directions to them to end their “strike” immediately.
In the morning, a letter, signed by Kejriwal, Sisodia, Rai and Jain, was sent to Baijal, asking him to take all necessary steps to end the “strike” by IAS officers including issuing written orders that all those officers who do not return to work will be proceeded against and “if necessary, ESMA may be invoked”.
According to the government, IAS officers have been on strike since the alleged assault on Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash and are boycotting meetings with AAP ministers due to which public works are getting affected. — PTI Media agencies

Kim Trump meet as the “talks of the century”.

US President Donald Trump, is when asked if North Korea had agreed to denuclearize, Trump said they would be starting that process quickly.
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Kim said they had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind and that the world will see a major change.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sign the ‘comprehensive ‘ document, Kim says the world will see a major change. “We have decided to let go the past and now the world will see a major change,” Kim says. “The relationship with the Korean peninsula will be different,” the US president added. Trump, who pumped Kim’s hand several times and gave him a pat on the back, said he would “absolutely” invite Kim to the White House. “We’ll meet again and we’ll meet many times,” the US President said.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed an unspecified document that Trump described as “important” and “comprehensive,” to conclude their meetings in Singapore, CBS News reports.
Trump said he “absolutely” will invite Kim to the White House. Trump said he thinks the summit went “better than anybody could have expected.”
“We are very proud of what took place today. Our relationship with North Korea and the Korean peninsula has changed today. We’ve spent a lot of time together, a very intensive time. The letter we are signing is very comprehensive,” Trump said.
But it’s unclear yet exactly what that means. A press conference is scheduled for 2:30 pm local time, noon IST, where more details will come forward.
Trump said he thinks he and Kim will have a “terrific relationship,” and Kim, through a translator, said North Korea had to overcome a number of “obstacles” to get to this moment.
Kim Jong-un is believed to have already left Sentosa Island for Changi airport, heading directly home to Pyongyang.  President Trump will be holding the press conference at noon.
US President Donald Trump said he had forged a “good relationship” with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the start of a historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday, as the two men sought ways to end a nuclear standoff on the Korean peninsula.
Should they succeed in making a diplomatic breakthrough, it could bring lasting change to the security landscape of Northeast Asia, like the visit of former US President Richard Nixon to China in 1972 led to the transformation of China.
“There will be challenges ahead,” Kim said, but he vowed to work with Trump. Both men sat alongside each other against a backdrop of North Korean and US flags, with Kim beaming broadly as the US president gave him a thumbs up.
As the historic first meeting between a South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday said  Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un met for what local media billed as the “talks of the century”.
US president and North Korean leader began in Singapore, images of Trump and Kim exchanging handshakes and warm words drew jubilant reactions in Seoul and hopes for a new beginning with Pyongyang.
“We hope the summit will be a success and bring us a complete denuclearisation, peace and a new era” in relations between the two Koreas and the United States, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said.
Moon, whose earlier meetings with Kim had paved the way for the Singapore summit, smiled and applauded alongside his cabinet ministers as they watched live-streamed scenes from the summit at the presidential Blue House.
He has spent “a sleepless night” with excitement ahead of the meeting, his office said.
The English language Korea Times welcomed the meeting as a step towards ending tensions on the Korean peninsula, which has been divided between the communist North and democratic South for nearly 70 years.
Since the 1950-53 Korean War, South Korea has grown into one of the most prosperous countries in Asia, while the isolationist North has suffered a stagnant economy and alarmed its neighbours with its increasingly sophisticated nuclear weapons programme.
“The two leaders are certainly under great pressure to make the talks of the century a success,” the editorial said.
“We hope today’s summit will make a breakthrough to open a new era of peace and prosperity.”
Many watched live footage of the summit on their phones.
“A great shift in world history is in the making,” one Internet user said in a comment response to a news story.
But others were sceptical of Pyongyang´s intentions, citing earlier attempts to improve relations that later foundered.
“Kim Jong Un’s agreement to meet Trump means he´s having a hard time (from sanctions). But we´re giving him a chance to survive again after we did so with Kim Jong-il,” wrote another, referring to previous peace overtures to the North Korean leader´s father.
Media agencies

The IBC (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 has amended the IBC, 2016 which provides for insolvency resolution of corporate persons in a time bound manner for maximization of value of assets of such persons, and whereas, a need has been felt, inter alia, to balance the interests of various stakeholders in the code, especially interest of home buyers and MSMEs, promoting resolution over liquidation of corporate debtor by lowering the voting threshold of committee of creditors and streamlining provisions relating to eligibility of resolution applicants.
The Hon’ble President has promulgated the IBC (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018. Under this code, in section 5 of the principal Act,
(i)                 in clause (8), in sub clause (f),  the following explanation shall be inserted namely
a)                  any amount raised from an allottee under a real estate project shall be deemed to be an amount having the commercial effect of a borrowing; and
b)                  the expression, “allottee” and “real estate project”  shall have the meanings respectively assigned to them in clauses (d) and (zn) of section 2 of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016.
Hence, the new ordinance equates an “allottee” of a “real estate project” to be a person having a commercial effect of borrowing.   He is now treated as financial creditor.  He can initiate a corporate insolvency for a resolution against the errant developer.  He acquires the right to be on the committee of creditors.  He gets voting right and can influence the resolution process.  In the unlikely eventuality of liquidation, he stands at par with other financial creditors.

Please find enclosed detailed The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment)  Ordinance, 2018 for your kind reference.

CAIT WILL HOLD NATIONWIDE PROTEST DHARNA on July 02,2018

11th  June, 2018

CAIT WILL HOLD NATIONWIDE PROTEST DHARNA
AGAINST WALMART DEAL ON 2ND JULY
Walmart-Flipkart deal have to face a new attack as the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has declared to hold protest Dharna across the Country on 2nd July against Walmart-Flipkart Deal. Approximately at 1000 places in different cities in different States, the protest will be held. The CAIT took this decision today at its two days meeting of National Governing Council began today at Ahemadabad.
The CAIT in a unanimous resolution passed at the Conference demanded the Government to reject the deal and an e commerce policy is framed and a Regulatory Authority is formed for e Commerce.
CAIT National President Mr. B.C.Bhartia & Secretary General Mr. Praveen Khandelwal said that this time we shall be pursuing the matter with both ED & RBI so that e commerce companies including Flipkart and its newly owner Walmart should not escape from the liability of malpractices, predatory pricing and deep discounting.
The CAIT has said that the e-commerce market in India which remains very critical since its inception in the Country due to ill designed business practices adopted by various leading E Commerce players with a single motto of controlling and dominating retail trade by offering deep discounts and predatory pricing has vitiated the basic fundamentals of e-commerce and in the absence of any policy both in e-commerce and retail trade and easily circumventing the law,
It further said that e-commerce platforms are grossly and openly flouting Press No.3 of FDI Policy issued on 29th March,2016 which restrains e commerce companies for influencing the prices and make responsible for creating an even level playing filed but despite several complaints Government choose to  remain a mute spectator giving them an open play ground to play the game with their own rules.
In the wake of current situation, the CAIT has demanded that till the time the e commerce policy is formulated, strict directions should be issued to adhere to Press Note No.3 and implement the same in toto. To monitor the same a Special Task Force should be constituted with Officials and representative of trade & e commerce platforms. Further, we should be made part of the formulation of e commerce policy.

Driving Industry-Railway Partnerships

Rail Contact 2018
Driving Industry-Railway Partnerships
19 June 2018| Kamal Mahal, Hotel ITC Maurya, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi

Ministry of Railways has set itself a vision to transform Indian Railways (IR) to a truly world class, safe and modern transporter. The key plans to achieve the vision include speedy electrification, increasing speed of trains and a complete overhaul of the signaling and telecom network.

With the objective of working closely with IR to achieve its vision through industry partnerships, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), under the aegis of Railway Transportation Equipment Division, in association with Ministry of Railways is organizing National Conference- ‘Rail Contact’– Driving Industry-Railway Partnership on 19 June 2018 at ITC Maurya, New Delhi. The initiative aims to understand renewed vision of the IR, discuss and understand the emerging opportunities for industry members as well as provide a platform to Industry to showcase their readiness to cater to the emerging requirements.

Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of Railways, Coal and Finance has kindly agreed to join as the Chief Guest and address at the Inaugural Session of the event. Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog has also agreed to join us during the Valedictory Session.

I am writing to cordially invite you to join and participate in the Conference. To register kindly click here. For further details kindly get in touch with Ms Vasundhra Chopra, +91-11-2465 3305(Dir)/24682230-35, vasundhra.chopra@cii.in / vicechairman.rail@cii.in


I look forward to your kind confirmation and participation.

With regards,
Vasundhra Chopra
Executive
Confederation of Indian Industry
4th Floor, Core 4A, India Habitat Centre,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003
Tel: 011-24653305

 Loudest.in & Exchange4Media,

JUNE 12-13, 2018 | JW MARRIOTT, JUHU | MUMBAI

Hi,
Greetings from Loudest.in !
On the bahalf of Loudest (An Exchange4Media Venture), it’s our pleasure to invite you to be part of
Music Inc. scheduled for June 12th & 13th 2018, JW Marriott, Juhu, Mumbai, India. Music Inc. is a two-day eventbeing curated by Loudest.in & Exchange4Media, with an audience of about 500+ in Mumbai.
Our theme for the conference this year is to bring together Brands X Music X Technology. Forming an alliance between three industries, technology, media, advertising & marketing, and music business. The idea is to inspire, inform, connect and celebrate the music business in India. This event presents a great opportunity for you to connect with the key representatives of the music industry.
Meet with Our Esteemed Speakers
  • Anupama Chopra – Author, Film Companion
  • Ashish Bhasin – Chairman & CEO South Asia Dentsu Aegis Network
  • Atul Churamani – Turnkey Publishing
  • Badshah – Musician
  • Bhushan Kumar – Chairman & MD, Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series)
  • Blaise Fernandes – President IMI
  • Clinton Cerejo – Musician
  • Ellis Rich OBE Hon DMus – CEO, Supreme Songs and Former-Chairman, PRS(UK)
  • Llyod Mathias – Former Senior Director of Marketing, Hewlett Packet (APAC & Japan)
  • Raj Nayak – COO, Viacom
  • Sabbas Joseph – Founder-Director, ‎Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt Ltd
  • Salim Merchant – Musician
  • Shailendra Singh – Former MD Percept, Incept and many more..
Time: 10:00 am onwards (Registration will start from 8:00 AM onwards)
Venue: JW Marriott Juhu Mumbai
Date: 12 & 13th June 2018
I sincerely hope that you will be able to take out time from your schedule to join us , and be part of our endeavor. Request you to kindly save the date on your calendar & drop a line of confirmation to reserve your seat/seats and confirm your name on the guest list.
Look forward to see you at the event .
Note: RSVP is Compulsory
Regards,
Himani Saxena
BW BusinessWorld

CSIR – Gangotri of Indian R&D & Progress Dry, Corrupted, Polluted

June11, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com
Mercifully this time Industry-Academia interface was not dominated by CSIR-NRDC. Way back in 1978 I reported to PM Morarji Desai that NRDC is Corrupted and Incompetent when Honorable President sh. Ram Nath Kovind was his Special Assistant and in 1978 PM also visited the Pushp Vihar site which had very substandard water supply installation. I temporarily fixed problems on ‘Eve Of Morarji Desai’s Visit’ but nothing improved.
Gangotri of Indian R&D and Development DST-CSIR-NRDC is Dry, Corrupted and Polluted nothing works – Industry, Energy, Exports, Rivers, Drains, Floods, Water Supply, Healthcare, Agriculture, Environment, Transport, Education, Foods are worst managed.
In 1980-81 reported ‘Brief Report on Blunders in Water Supply Installations’ was actually detailed for a Complaint and in Detail how‘CSIR & NRDC had failed to create or award a single Commercial Technology.’
India is let down by CSIR-NRDC Scammed R&D over 70 years – it has Laboratories in all sectors of Industries but had TOTALLY Failed to serve India. 2005 I was asked by Starnews for Story on FAST METERS – though the 30m Program was ready in two days but CEO Starnews wanted expert opinion of CPRI [CSIR] which had R&D facility in the Baghpat Constituency of HRD Minister sh Satya Pal Singh. NO ONE RESPONSIBLE WAS PRESENT IN CPRI TEST CENTER. CPRI was Corrupted and didn’t report anything wrong with Tata & Ambani DISCOM meters – (I reported SOFTWARE Run Fast Meters – similar to VW Tweaking Emissions by cars recently).
China Residents File 300-1700 Times More Patents/Utility Patents
In 2008 I was asked by AAJTAK for BRT in Delhi – in 30m I pin pointed all the BLUNDERS in BRT Delhi design – CRRI [CSIR] operates from OKHLA in Delhi itself.
I warned Rajiv Gandhi instinctively SAM PITRODA is MISLEADING India when he sought huge INVESTMENT to improve TELECOM – 1000 Line Exchanges made in 8 Years were SUBSTANDARD – India had to import DIGITAL TELEPHONE EXCHAGES.
2005 warned GOI Sam Pitroda files ALL BOGUS Patents – but was made ‘Knowledge Commission Chair’ since then India didn’t make any S&T Progress – current S&T Secretary Prof Ashutosh Sharma too files BOGUS Patents. Nothing is progressing.
It is more than 40 years since my reports to PM – India has gone Bad to worse – in 1978 water quality was generally good – most contaminated presently, until 2005 China in R&D achievement was about 3 times ahead of India, in 2016 is 302 times ahead of India in Patent Grants to Residents – 1700 times ahead when Utility Models are included.
Country
Patents Filed
Resident P. Grants
Patents Enforce
Utility M. Applications
India
25,795
1,115
49,575
0000
China
1,257,202
302,136
1,774,402
1,468,295
Top 10 PCT Patent Filings Are By China 2017 [Latest Figures]
PCT Applicant
2015
2016
2017
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
3,898

4,024
ZTE CORPORATION
2,155
4,123
2,965
BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO.,LTD
1,227
3,692
1,818
LE HOLDINGS (BEIJING) CO., LTD.

9
1,397
SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD
710
1,163
972
ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LIMITED
16
452
707
TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) Co., Ltd.
981
172
560
YULONG COMPUTER TELECOM TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
71
256
517
GUANG DONG OPPO MOBILE TELECOM CORP., LTD
27
80
474
XIAOMI INC.
126
298
354
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

Talented Tabla player Mehul Sharma

MEHUL SHARMA a young tabla player is build up by his father MR. Rajesh Kumar Sharma. He shared the musical environment, since his childhood days with his musician parents. Brought and build up in musical family, he started learning different classical forms of music at age of 5. He initially learned classical tabla by his father shree  rajesh kumar Sharma and later by shree rohit poddar ji .At age of 18, to refine his art, he started learning tabla under guidance of famous tabla exponent of farukhabad gharana – GURU Devashish adhikari ji . Guru Devashish adhikari ji is a living Tabla legend who gained his knowledge of pure traditional Tabla by his guru ustad sabir khan .
PERFORMANCE:
Mehul has given numerous solo performances and accompanied in different cities of India and has received affection appreciation and blessings by audience. He started his performing career from age of 10, initially in cultural programs of school and different institutions like Sanskriti Kala Kendra for dance and music , Baal Bhavan of Delhi and in music seminars conducted by Vidya Bharti organization. At the age of 18 He went for Rajasthan tour for lecture demonstrations in educational institutes of different cities i.e. Dhaulpu, Alwar , Jaipur ,Bharatpur.
SOME MAZAR PERFORMANCE:
He performed annually for 4 continuous years in workshop conducted by sahitya kal parishad in Delhi.He also performed in youth festival , Delhi by sahitya kala parishad.He gave his marvelous performances in nadotsava organized by CICM (council of Indian classical music)He performed at kala sang am organized by income tax department (chennai) 30TH  all india cultural meet (2010).performed at sopan festival organized by delhi govt . performed at kalasamvad at doordarshan. He has performed with many renowned artists of our Indian classical music.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
An outstanding student academically , Mehul has proved his excellence in his educational field.his qualifications are as follow: He is persuing his graduation from music faculty, of delhi university where he explored the music Hons. Course. He has completed his diploma PRABHAKAR in tabla, which is equevalent to B.A degree ,from prayag sangeet samiti , Allahabad.
He also did his senior diploma in classical vocal from prayag sangeet samiti. He also has done his diploma course(5 yrs) in bhav sangeet from prayag sangeet samiti.
He believes in improving our self every new day because He is a believer that, the competition should not be with the world outside…..but with the world existing inside.
Best:
Mahendr K Awasthi
+91-9990630535

An experience, Modi in Singapore

Yesterday, for the first time I was physically present to hear Prime Minister Modi live at an event. I passed an opportunity to be standing right where he would walk in and shake hands with people simply because I did not want to be that fan who screams like a besotted dumbo. The brain, the brain – use your brain said my brain. Go sedately and listen to his speech said the brain. And so I focussed on reaching on time for the registration, security check and finding the best seats in the gigantic hall at the iconic Marina Bay Sands which can seat over 2,000 people (though I hear some 4,500 people were present). My husband joined later after finishing his office meetings.
Some cultural programmes were staged while we waited for the PM. We texted friends to find out where they were sitting, we waved to people we recognized. Suddenly the screens in front began to show the place where Modi was greeting people after reaching Fullerton Hotel. Live! And there stood some of my friends. The audience in the hall erupted at the sight and went “Modi, Modi, Modi…”
Still later when the PM arrived at Marina Bay Sands and began to come closer to our hall along with Singapore’s Prime Minister, even as every movement of his was telecast on our screens, the excitement began mounting all around me. We saw him going to different booths in an exhibition in the building and people cheered loudly. And then he finally entered our hall. OMGs it was like a movie star making an entry. I do not know if any Indian political leader including anyone from Gandhi or Nehru family has commanded this kind of euphoria, mania or whatever you call it even in a foreign country. [Subhash Chandra Bose is an exception going by the archival photos of the crowds he attracted in Singapore.]
The compere requested everyone to sit and we watched a beautiful dance cum yoga programme by Apsaras Arts Dance Company. It was an excellent audio-visual experience to watch Bharata Natyam and yoga asanas with the screens being used to convey some profound shlokas from the Gita and Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. Singapore’s got talent!
Next, Singapore’s Minister-in-charge of Trade Relations S. Iswaran came on stage to update us about all the business collaborations going on between Singapore and India. He told us that India has the world’s 3rd largest ecosystem for startups. A Singapore-India Incubation Programme will soon help Singapore start-ups break into the Indian market.
Three digital payment platforms RuPay, Bhim and SBI were launched by PM Modi in the presence of Dr Iswaran to a thunderous reception. 3 platforms which I wish had been launched right in those days when I struggled to send money to India. With these 3 Apps it will be a breeze to spend in India using Singapore dollar accounts or to send remittances.
Finally, the most awaited moment came when Dr Iswaran invited PM Modi to speak on the stage. It was a moment of total delirium all around me. Perfectly normal people in office-wear were chanting Modi, Modi or “Bharat Mata ki Jai” and even “Vande Mataram”. I looked all around to understand what this phenomenon was and then turned to my husband to see if he could decode it for me. But he was busy looking at his iphone to check on the results of the Kairana bypoll. “See how they have all ganged up against him,” he whispered. “BJP has lost to the combined might of the opposition there! 2019 will not be easy.”
The PM spoke.
But, he spoke in English which was a bit of a dampener because we all know his superb oratory in Hindi. But really, you have to give it to this man for being able to speak fluently without tripping, without getting confused in a language he must have learned so late in life. One might laugh at his pronunciation (after a while I felt as if I would start saying “nayver”, “praysence”, institusun, phreedom, breej, naytural, naval sheeps) but it is so much more appealing than a London educated colonized PM speaking in perfect English. How the hell does he reel off data like they are engraved in his mind? He spoke of the staggering pace of infrastructure development going on in India right now. Roads, railways airports, freight corridors, train station modernization, ports, manufacturing, energy generation, banking, social welfare. Hard data which cannot be faked. Here is a man whose every utterance somehow infuses Indians (even Indian-origin foreign citizens) with a little more energy, a little more confidence and makes them walk a little taller than before. I thought of the time when there was no Modi in the horizon. The hopelessness. The helplessness. When it seemed like termites were eating up India.
We’ve got a Prime Minister who motivates like no PM did before! I am remembering the speeches of Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi but none of them made one feel like getting up immediately and doing something, anything for India! The hope and inspiration that Modi has given to millions of Indians worldwide cannot be quantified. We will not know how many industrialists decided to invest in India, how many people began to raise funds for India, how many decided to volunteer in India because of the hope that Modi represented – these are things which cannot be measured. Before Modi, Indians abroad did not feel this connected with India as they do today.
Yes, we need Modi to be elected back in 2019. I know the man focusses too much on development to the exclusion of everything else. I know there have been gaps in the implementation of promises. I know there are many who are upset with his silence and inaction on important matters. All it means to me is that we need to push him more, shake him hard and force him to hear us. We need him to appoint more ministers who are as good as Nitin Gadkari, Piyush Goel, Sushma Swaraj, Suresh Prabhu and others. But it has to be him. Him and no one else for PM for another term. Inspiration matters.
Sahana Singh

Union Steel Minister dedicates to nation rebuilt Blast Furnace-1 of Rourkela Steel Plant

New Delhi, 11th June 2018:
Union Steel Minister dedicates to nation rebuilt Blast Furnace-1 of Rourkela Steel Plant 
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The Union Minister of Steel, Chaudhary Birender Singh dedicated the rebuilt Blast Furnace-1 ‘Parvati’ of SAIL, Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) to the Nation today. Union Minister of Tribal Affairs, Jual Oram, Dr. Aruna Sharma, Secretary, Ministry of Steel, Binoy Kumar, Officer on Special Duty, Ministry of Steel along, senior officers of SAIL and a large number of employees were present on this occasion.  Parvati is the first Blast Furnace of SAIL that was dedicated to the nation on 3rd February 1959 by the first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad. The Blast Furnace was put down on 6th August 2013 for total rebuilding. Although erected on the old foundation, the rebuilt furnace equipped with superior technology has a higher production capacity. With the rebuilding, the annual production capacity, of the furnace has increased from 0.438 Million tonnes (MT) to 1.015 MT.

The Steel Minister also laid the foundation stone of the Burns and Plastic Surgery Department of Super Specialty block at Ispat General Hospital. This unit is the only burns and plastic surgery in the region and will fulfil the requirements of not only Rourkela but also of the people of neighboring districts and states.

The Minister also visited the state-of-the-art New Plate Mill of RSP and planted   saplings in the Pragati Udyan situated in front of the Mill.

Decisions taken by the Union Cabinet


· Cabinet approves the joint issue of postage stamp between India and Russia
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi was apprised of the agreement signed in connection with release of Joint Stamps between Department of Posts, India and Russia Post (Joint-Stock Company “MARKA” of Russian Federation) to establish postal cooperation and strive towards mutually beneficial operational excellence in the field of issuance of stamps. Bilateral relations between India and Russia are marked by broad understanding on issues of mutual interest. India and Russia enjoy enhanced levels of cooperation in almost all areas of the bilateral relationship.
· Cabinet approves the extension of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Netherlands on technical cooperation in the field of Spatial Planning, Water Management and Mobility Management
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi was apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and Netherlands on technical cooperation in the field of Spatial Planning, Water Management and Mobility Management in April, 2018.
Details
The objectives of this MoU are to promote and strengthen the collaboration between the signatories in the areas of Spatial Planning, Water Management and Mobility Management on the basis of equivalence, affordable housing, smart city development, geographical information system (GIS) for water supply & sewerage system, waste water reuse and recycle, conservation of fresh water by artificial recharge of aquifer, integrated solid waste management and heritage conservation and mutual benefit, taking into account the practical needs of both the countries.
Implementation strategy
Under this MoU, a Joint Working Group (JWG) will be set up to strategize and implement programmes on cooperation under the framework of the MoU. The Joint Working Group will meet once in a year, alternately in the Netherlands and in India.
Major Impact
The MoU will promote bilateral cooperation in the field of Spatial Planning, Water Management and Mobility Management between the two countries.
Beneficiaries
The MoU is expected to create employment in the areas of Spatial Planning, Water Management and Mobility Management, smart cities development, affordable housing, waste management, urban environment and heritage preservation.
· Cabinet approves Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Denmark on technical cooperation in the field of Sustainable and Smart Urban Development
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi was apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and Denmark on technical cooperation in the field of Sustainable and Smart Urban Development in April, 2018.
Details
The objective of this MoU is to promote bilateral cooperation in the field of sustainable and smart urban development on the basis of reciprocity and mutual benefit through exchange of knowledge, institutional cooperation, research & development and commercial relations on related issues. Areas of cooperation include smart urban solutions, liveability, sustainable and integrated urban planning, re-development and land use, integrated solid waste management including waste to energy, sustainable transport systems, water and sanitation management, energy efficiency, resource mobilization and other related areas mutually agreed upon.
Implementation strategy
Under this MoU, a Joint Working Group (JWG) will be set up to strategize and implement programmes on cooperation under the framework of the MoU. The Joint Working Group will meet at intervals agreed upon by the Participants, alternately in Denmark and in India.
Major Impact
The MoU will promote bilateral cooperation in the field of Sustainable and Smart Urban Development between the two countries.
Beneficiaries
The MoU is expected to create employment in the areas of integrated solid waste management including waste to energy, sustainable transport systems, water and sanitation management, energy efficiency, resource mobilization.
· Cabinet approves Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III Continuation Programme – Phase 6: Thirty Operational Flights of PSLV
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) Continuation Programme (Phase 6) and funding of thirty PSLV operational flights under the Programme. The Programme will also meet the launch requirement of satellites for Earth observation, Navigation and Space Sciences. This will also ensure the continuity of production in Indian industry. The total fund requirement is Rs. 6131.00 Crores and includes the cost of thirty PSLV vehicles, essential facility augmentation, Programme Management and Launch Campaign.
Major Impact:
The operationalisation of PSLV has made the country self-reliant in the launching capability of satellites for earth observation, disaster management, navigation and space sciences. The PSLV Continuation programme will sustain this capability and self-reliance in the launching of similar satellites for national requirements. The PSLV Continuation Programme – Phase 6 will meet the demand for the launch of satellites at a frequency up to eight launches per year, with maximal participation by the Indian industry. All the operational flights would be completed during the period 2019-2024.
The Programme will also meet the launch requirement of satellites for Earth observation, Navigation and Space Sciences. This will also ensure the continuity of production in Indian industry. PSLV Continuation Programme was initially sanctioned in 2008, and four phases have been completed and the fifth phase is expected to be completed by Q2 of 2019-20. The Phase 6 approval will cater to the launch of satellite missions during the period Q3 of 2019-20 to Q1 of 2023-24.
· Status-cum-Progress Report of “Special Committee for Inter-Linking of Rivers”
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has been apprised of the progress report of Special Committee for Inter-Linking of Rivers during 1.7.2016 to 31.3.2018. The progress report on interlinking of rivers has been submitted to the Cabinet in compliance of the Hon’ble Supreme Court judgement dated 27.02.2012 in the matter of Writ Petition (Civil) – 512 of 2002: “Networking of Rivers” along with Writ Petition No.668 of 2002 which directs the Union Government of India to constitute a Special Committee for Interlinking of Rivers. A periodical report is required to be submitted to the Cabinet on the progress made by the Special Committee for Interlinking of Rivers.
The Status Report of Special Committee on ILR consists of substantial progress made in three priority links namely Ken-Betwa Link, Damanganga-Pinjal Link and Para-Tapi-Narmada Link alongwith status of other Himalayan and Peninsular links identified as per National Perspective Plan of 1980.
· Cabinet approves Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and United Kingdom on technical cooperation in the field of Sustainable Urban Development
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi was apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and United Kingdom on technical cooperation in the field of Sustainable Urban Development in April, 2018.
Details
The objective of this MoU is to facilitate and strengthen India-UK institutional cooperation in the field of sustainable urban development. The areas of cooperation include smart cities development, solid waste management, green affordable housing, waste water management, capacity building of urban institutions, skill development in urban areas, urban mobility, intelligent transport system and transit-oriented development, innovative access to finance and other related areas as mutually agreed upon by the Contracting Parties.
Implementation strategy
Under this MoU, an Indo-UK Joint Working Group (JWG) will be set up to strategize and implement programmes on cooperation under the framework of the MoU. The Joint Working Group on Urban Development is expected to meet once in a year, alternately in UK and in India.
Major Impact
The MoU will promote strong, deep and long term bilateral cooperation in the field of Sustainable Urban Development between the two countries.
Beneficiaries
The MoU is expected to create employment in the areas of smart cities development, solid waste management, green affordable housing, waste water management, skill development in urban areas, urban mobility, intelligent transport system and transit-oriented development.
· Cabinet approves Continuation Programme for Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved funding for the for Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III (GSLV Mk-III) continuation programme (Phase-I) consisting of ten (10) GSLV (Mk-III) flights, at a total estimated cost of Rs. 4338.20 crores. This includes Rs. 4338.20 Crores and includes the cost of ten GSLV Mk-III vehicles, essential facility augmentation, Programme Management and Launch Campaign.
The GSLV Mk-III continuation Programme – Phase 1 is the first phase of operational flights that will enable the launch of 4 tonne class of communication satellites to meet the country’s satellite communication requirements. The operationalisation of GSLV Mk-III will make the country self-reliant in the launching capability of 4 tonne class of communication satellites, and sustain & strengthen the space infrastructure and reduce the dependence on procured launches from foreign countries.
The operationalisation of GSLV Mk-III will make the country self-reliant in the launching capability of 4 tonne class of communication satellites and sustain & strengthen the space infrastructure and reduce the dependence on procured launches from foreign countries. The GSLV Mk-III Continuation Programme – Phase 1 will meet the launch requirement of communication satellites to meet the national demand for High Throughput Satellites for rural broadband connectivity, increase and sustain the availability of transponders for DTH, VSAT and Television broadcasters. GSLV Mk-III Continuation Programme – Phase 1 will be the first phase of operational flights of the GSLV Mk-III launch vehicle and the approval will cater to the launch of satellite missions during the period 2019-2024.
· Cabinet approves Revision in the wage structure and allowances of Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) of the Department of Posts
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today has approved the revision in the wage structure and allowances of Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) of the Department of Posts. The revision in the wage structure would entail an estimated expenditure of Rs 1257.75 crore (Non-recurring expenditure – Rs 860.95 crore and Recurring expenditure of Rs.396.80 crore) during 2018-19. 3.07 lakh Gramin Dak Sevaks will be benefitted by this wage revision.
Details:
i. Time Related Continuity allowance (TRCA) structure and slabs have been rationalised. The total GDSs have been brought under two categories viz. Branch Postmasters (BPMs) and other than Branch Postmasters namely Assistant Branch Postmaster (ABPMs).
ii. The present 11 TRCA slabs will be merged into only three TRCA Slabs with two levels each for BPMs and other than BPMs.
iii. Introduction of new Time Related Continuity Allowance (TRCA) will be as below:
Minimum TRCA of two types of proposed categories of GDSs as per working hours / levels
S.No.
Category
Minimum TRCA for 4 Hours / Level 1
Minimum TRCA for 5 Hours / Level 2
1
BPM
Rs. 12000/-
Rs. 14500/-
2
ABPM/Dak Sevaks
Rs. 10000/-
Rs. 12000/-
iv. Dearness Allowance will continue to be paid as a separate component, and also revised from time to time whenever it is revised for Central Government Servants.
v. It is decided to continue the calculation of the ex-gratia bonus by applying the calculation ceiling of Rs.7000 as basic TRCA + DA till such time a new scheme is devised.
vi. Arrears for the period 1.1.2016 to the date of implementation will be paid by increasing the basic TRCA drawn during the period by a factor of 2.57. The arrears will be paid in one instalment.
· vii. Annual increase at the rate of 3% and the same may be given on 1st January or 1st July of every year as the case may be based on the one time written request of GDSs.
viii. A new Risk and hardship Allowance has been introduced. Other allowances Viz. Office maintenance allowance, Combined duty allowance, Cash conveyance charges, Cycle maintenance allowance, Boat allowance and Fixed Stationery Charges have been revised.
Implementation strategy and targets:
The revision would result in improving the wages, allowances and discharge benefits of Gramin Dak Sevaks resulting in providing efficient & cost-effective basic postal facilities in the rural area. The proposed increased emoluments will enable him to improve his socio-economic standing.
Impact:
The Branch Post Offices are the fulcrum for provision of Communications and financial services in the village and are located in remote areas. The Post Master has to deal with large sums while making payments to customers; hence accountability is already built into his work. The enhanced remuneration will increase the sense of responsibility. Moreover, with the roll out of the India Post Payment Bank (IPPB), the CDS network is expected to play a key role in the process of financial inclusion of the rural population.
· Cabinet approves Revised guidelines on time bound closure of sick/ loss making Central Public Sector Enterprises and disposal of movable and immovable assets
The Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today has approved the revised guidelines of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) on time bound closure of sick/ loss making Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) and disposal of movable and immovable assets. The revised guidelines would reduce delays in implementation of closure plans of sick/loss making CPSEs. These guidelines will replace the guidelines issued by DPE in September, 2016.
These guidelines provide a broad framework for expeditious completion of various processes and procedures for closure of CPSEs by laying down important milestones in the closure process along with timelines, outlining the responsibilities of the concerned Ministries/ Departments/ CPSE, etc., in the process. The guidelines provide for advance preparatory action to be taken by administrative Ministry/ Department and CPSEs, preparation of closure proposal, settlement of statutory and other liabilities of the CPSE under closure and modalities for disposal of movable and immovable assets of such CPSEs in a time bound manner.
The guidelines give first priority for utilization of land of CPSEs under closure for Affordable Housing as per the relevant guidelines of Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA). Since there are employees working in these CPSEs, Government decided that closure should not cause hardship to them and has now laid down a uniform policy to give workers VRS at 2007 notional pay scale irrespective of the pay scale in which they are working.
These guidelines shall apply to all sick/ loss making CPSEs, where –
i. Approval/ in principle approval for closure has been obtained by administrative Ministry/ Department from the CCEA/ Cabinet; or
ii. the process for obtaining the approval of the competent authority is underway after the administrative Ministry/ Department has decided for the closure of the CPSE.
By assigning priority to Affordable Housing it would make available land parcels of sick/loss making CPSEs under closure for the Government flagship programme of Affordable Housing being managed by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
· Cabinet approves Continuation of Off-grid and Decentralised Solar PV Applications Programme – Phase III
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for implementation of Phase-Ill of Off-grid and Decentralised Solar PV (Photo Voltaic) Application Programme to achieve additional 118 MWp(Mega Watt peak) off-grid solar PV capacity by 2020. Phase-Ill of Off-grid and Decentralised Solar PV Application Programme covers following components:
i) Solar Street Lights: 3,00,000 numbers of solar street lights will be installed throughout the country with special emphasis on areas where there is no facility for street lighting systems through grid power, North Eastern States and Left Wing Extremism (LWE) affected districts.
ii) Stand-alone Solar Power Plants: Solar power plants of individual size up to 25 kWp(kilo Watt peak) will be promoted in areas where grid power has not reached or is not reliable. This component is mainly aimed at providing electricity to schools, hostels, panchayats, police stations and other public service institutions. The aggregated capacity of solar power plants would be 100 MWp.
iii) Solar Study Lamps: 25,00,000 numbers of solar study lamps will be provided in North Eastern States and LWE affected districts.
For solar street lights and solar power plants, financial support up to 30% of the benchmark cost of the system will be provided except for NE States, Hill States and Island UTs where up to 90% of the benchmark cost will be provided. For solar study lamps only 15% of the lamp cost to be borne by beneficiary student and balance will be provided as financial support as such systems will be provided to school going children in backward and remote areas. The total project of the three components included under the phase-Ill is Rs. 1895 crore of which Rs. 637 crore will be provided as central financial assistance.
The off-grid solar systems will also open better livelihood opportunities for beneficiaries in rural and remote areas thereby increasing self-employment in such areas. It is estimated that, besides increasing self-employment, the implementation of Phase-Ill is likely to generate employment opportunity equivalent to 8.67 lakh man-days for skilled and unskilled workers.
Off-grid and Decentralized Solar PV Applications Programme has high impact in the rural and remote areas of the country where grid power has either not reached or is not reliable. During the Phase-Ill, the programme is likely to benefit 40 lakh rural households. In addition, the off-grid solar power plants proposed in the programme to provide electricity to schools, hostels, panchayats, police stations and other public service institutions will help communities at large and also help in increasing participation of women in education, social and livelihood activities.
· Cabinet approves construction of a new 6 – Lane bridge with its approaches across River Ganga at Phaphamau, Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, approved the project for construction of 9.9 km long new 6 – lane bridge across river Ganga on NH – 96 at Phaphamau in Allahabad with total capital cost of Rs. 1948.25 crore. The construction period for the project is three years and likely to be completed by December, 2021. The new bridge will resolve the traffic congestion on existing old 2 – lane Phaphamau bridge on NH-96 at Allahabad.
The new bridge will also facilitate to the large congregation of people at Holy City Allahabad during Kumbh, Ardh-Kumbh and other yearly ritual baths at SANGAM in Prayag. This will give a boost to pilgrimage tourism and local economy of Holy city of Prayag. This new 6 – lane bridge will also be beneficial for the Lucknow / Faizabad bound traffic coming from Madhya Pradesh via National Highway – 27 and National Highway – 76 through Naini Bridge.
In addition, this project of new bridge will generate direct employment during construction for about 9.20 lakh mandays. At present all the Allahabad bound traffic coming from National Highway – 96, National Highway – 24 B, Asian Highway -1 and other local highways are using the existing old 2 – lane bridge at Phaphamau for crossing the River Ganga. There is no entry for goods vehicles on this bridge from 06 am to 11 pm. The present traffic on the old bridge is about 40,000 PCUs (Passenger Car Units) which is manifold greater than its designed capacity of 15,000 PCUs (Passenger Car Units), resulting in severe jam over bridge all around the day and night. This new 6 – lane bridge will decongest the old bridge and will also ensure fast and safe movement for traffic.
· Cabinet approves interventions to deal with the current crisis in the sugar sector
In order to improve the problem of liquidity of sugar mills resulting in accumulation of huge cane price arrears of farmers, the Union Cabinet chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the following measures involving total amount of about Rs. 7000 crore :Creation of buffer stock of 30 LMT of sugar for one year and to incur estimated expenditure of Rs.1175 crore for this purpose. However, based on the market price and availability of sugar, this may be reviewed by Department of Food & Public Distribution(DFPD) any time. The reimbursement under the scheme would be made on quarterly basis which would be directly credited into farmers’ account on behalf of mills against their cane price dues.
To notify Sugar Price (Control) Order, 2018 under Essential Commodities Act, 1955 to fix minimum selling price of white/refined sugar at the mill gate below which no white/refined sugar can be sold and delivered by a sugar mill in the domestic market. Fixation of minimum selling price of white sugar would be based on Fair Remunerative Price (FRP) of cane and minimum conversion cost of white/refined sugar. The minimum selling price of white/refined sugar shall be initially fixed at Rs.29/kg which can be revised by DFPD subsequently based on revision of FRP etc. This will not affect availability of sugar to consumers at reasonable price and Government will put in place a mechanism to ensure that the retail prices of sugar are kept fully under control. At present, this would be done along with imposition of stock holding limits on sugar mills. The stock limit on mills will be initially imposed for the current sugar season (up to September 2018), which may be reviewed by DFPD at any time.
To augment capacity through up-gradation of existing distilleries attached to sugar mills by installing incineration boilers and setting up new distilleries in sugar mills; government will bear interest subvention of maximum Rs.1332 crore over a period of five years including moratorium period of one year on estimated bank loan amounting to Rs.4440 crore to be sanctioned to the sugar mills by the banks over a period of three years for which DFPD would formulate a detailed scheme in this regard. This would help diversion of sugar during surplus phase to reduce excess inventories.

Commissioner of Police, Gurugram inaugurates Eastman Premier League

The Commissioner of Police played the first over of the tournament which soaked the teams in cricket fever
Gurugram: In an endeavor to promote the spirit of camaraderie and common purpose amongst employees, Eastman Auto and Power Limited (EAPL), one of the leading companies in energy storage and solar solutions today launched a unique cricket tournament on the lines of the much-celebrated IPL series. It will be called EPL – Eastman Premier League. This glorious event comprising 8 teams was attended and inaugurated by Mr. Sandeep Khirwar, Commissioner of Police, Gurugram. He played the first over of the tournament and kick-started the tournament.
 The tournament comprising 15 matches will take place across the month of June 2018 at Sports Maidan, Sector 58, Gurugram.
On the occasion, Mr. Sandeep Khirwar, Commissioner of Police, Gurugram, said, “This is a unique and a noble initiative that will encourage team-building among employees and also drive work-life balance. Cricket as a sport also promotes discipline among players”
The names of 8 teams have been conceptualized after the names of the company’s popular products. Group A comprises RayBar Riders, Solar Charge Controllers, TTC Mavericks, T-Gel Champions and Group B includes Grid Tie Solar Risers, Hybrid Sunrisers, MPPT Supernovas and On-Grid Strikers.
“We, at Eastman Auto and Power Limited, have always strived to provide a perfect work-life balance to all our employees. Cricket is a popular sport and religion in India that cuts across age, gender, and any other demographic construct. This is a unique employee engagement initiative that will thoroughly rejuvenate employees and develop strong bonds amongst them, make them understand the power of team efforts, and strategy,” said Mr. Saurabh Srivastava, President – Marketing & Product Strategy, Eastman Auto and Power Limited.
Meanwhile, employees have welcomed the initiative.
“The initiative is a testimony to the company’s commitment to providing novel experiences of life beyond work. Cricket is my passion and I look forward to leading my team in the tournament,” said Prashant Pillai, Captain of Grid Tie Solar Risers, an employee of Eastman Auto and Power Limited.
This is one of the many recent initiatives that EAPL has taken in this space. Last month it had announced a unique ESOP policy for employees where employees get a chance to co-create growth and value for the organization and themselves. It makes them partners in the quest to achieve professional excellence.
Another unique initiative where Eastman decided to give back to the community was the idea of Solarizing far-flung government schools in India which are mostly off the grid and get very scanty electricity supply. Called the ‘Yellow Umbrella Campaign’ in its first year the aim is to solarize 100 such schools
About Eastman Auto and Power Limited
Eastman Auto & Power Limited is acknowledged globally for its innovative approach, quality, and excellent services. Established in 2002, EAPL is the leading manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of all kinds of energy storage and solar solutions with manufacturing and research units in India. The range of products offered by Eastman is known for its quality, durability, and performance. The company provides batteries for vehicles, Inverters &UPS systems applications as well as E-rickshaw and solar solutions. EAPL also provides the most comprehensive portfolio of customized packages, solutions and services along the solar PV product line for SOHO, Rooftop, Residential and CSR applications. The company support and maintenance services across the world help to ensure efficient solar and energy storage installations.
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