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Venue : SCOPE Convention Centre – “Tagore Chambers”, Core No. 8, SCOPE Complex, 7 Lodi Road, New Delhi
Date : Wednesday, 18th July 2018
Time : 10.30 am – 2.00 pm – followed by Lunch
GREETINGS to “Your Goodself” from “PSE Journal – INDIA’s Premier & Pioneering International Review for Public Sector Enterprises” institutor of the “IPSE Awards – INDIA Public Sector Enterprises Awards for Excellence”, its Publishing Venture, “MARS Media Resources (MMR) – A Women Enterprise Venture for Androgynous Growth of Indian Economy & Enterprise” and the non-profit mother organization “ENERTIA Foundation”.
– INDIA’s Infrastructure build-up and critical role of PSE’s.
– Special Focus – Power Sector (Coal based Thermal Power, Ultra Mega SuperCritical – The Main Stay + Lignite based Power Generation)
– (+) Core Sector Focus – Mining, Minerals & Earth Resources –Oil & Gas, Hydrates etc.
– PSE Dis-investment & Divestments – The Pros & Cons
– Environment (includes Clean & Green Development), Innovation & Research
Shri R N Khazanchi, Hon. Druk Thuksey (Highest Civilian Honour of Bhutan, and accorded to select Indian Citizen Officers of repute serving Royal Government of Bhutan) & Former Managing Director, Punatsanchu Hydroelectric Projects Authority (PHPA), Bhutan, will be receiving the Prestigious “IPSE LIFE-TIME ACHIEVEMENT Award”. (Shri R N Khazanchi has also been the Winner of the Prestigious ENERTIA Awards for SAARC Region inNovember 2012, post which he received the Honour of Druk Thuksey in Bhutan in December 2012).
Jury Convenor – 4th IPSE Awards 2018
Editorial Director, PSE Journal, MARS Media Resources
Hon. Director, CSR, ENERTIA Foundation
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Invitation| Exhibition| Prasad Bidapa presents Saris of Memory|Friday, 13th July,2018| 7:00 pm|Bikaner House, New Delhi|
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Ireland’s upper house of parliament has voted to ban goods produced in illegal Israeli settlements in a landmark vote. The Control of Economic Activity (Occupied Territories) Bill 2018 will make it illegal to purchase goods, services and natural resources from Israeli settlements which are deemed illegal under international law. While the bill needs to pass a vote in the lower house of parliament [the Dail] before becoming law, it will be seen as a win for Palestinians and their supporters worldwide.
Screening of Italian Film -Nuovomondo by Emanuele Crialese
MEDIA INVITATION: 17 July 18 – Young Lives India Launch of Marital and Fertility Decision-Making Report: The Lived Experiences of Adolescents and Young Married Couples in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India
- Deepen understanding of the influencers of fertility decisions among young married couples
- Ascertain the services and support available to married young women and couples
- Produce research findings for use by policymakers.
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Underground construction meets the demand for urban infrastructure, the need to relieve congestion in our cities and save space, and the challenges of a changing climate. The sector grossed 86 billion euros in 2016 and global demand for underground projects is growing by 7% per annum.
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Biosphere Meets Public Sphere in the Post-Truth Era
Prof Langdon Winner
In our time there is a remarkable deterioration in the quality of public discourse and its capacity to illuminate important choices that face society. Clearly evident in the “fake news” and disinformation blather characteristic of Donald Trump’s rise to power, the pollution of political speech contributes to distrust, polarisation and confusion in the USA and elsewhere. Unlikely as it may seem, signs of post-truth disorientation may also infect debates about environment, energy and climate, domains in which science and clear thinking ought to prevail. Is the choice of a new name for our geologic era a case in point?
Prof Langdon Winner is a political theorist who focuses upon social and political issues that surround modern technological change. He is the author of Autonomous Technology, a study of the idea of “technology-out-of-control” in modern social thought, The Whale and The Reactor: A Search for Limits in an Age of High Technology, and editor of Democracy in a Technological Society. Praised by The Wall Street Journal as “The leading academic on the politics of technology”, Mr. Winner was born and raised in San Luis Obispo, California. He received his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from the University of California at Berkeley with a primary focus upon political theory.
Langdon is Thomas Phelan Chair of Humanities and Social Sciences in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Over the years he has taught at The New School for Social Research, College of the Atlantic, the University of California at Santa Cruz, the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, Harvey Mudd College, MIT and Colgate University. Langdon has lectured widely throughout the United State, Europe, China, and Latin America. In the early 1990s he was research fellow at the Center for Technology and Culture at the University of Oslo, Norway. In 2010 he was Fulbright Scholar at the Complutense University in Madrid and regularly participates in research projects on computers and ethics there organized by his colleague Professor Javier Bustamante.
At present Langdon is preparing a book of his essays, Political Artifacts, and working on a study of 20th century American technology critics and their disquieting insights. His occasional writings on various topics appear in his blog “Technopolis”.
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Dr Mou BanerjeeWednesday, 11 July 2018, 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research