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Kejriwal Failing Delhi on Development Issues, Court Cases July12, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh progressindia2015@gmail.com
It is obvious Arvind Kejriwal had failed to address Court Cases related to development issues, Pollution, Garbage, Public Transport, Water, DMRC, Power, CCTV, Broadband, Drainage, Sewage, Railways etc.
200 Lakes & Diverting Treated Sewage to Upstream IDEAS Most Lunatic
In 2015, DJB had started a “Toilet to Tap” project in Keshopur. “It could not succeed due to a ‘cultural problem’ in using sewage water,” Kejriwal said. DJB expects that by putting the treated water in the river, where it’ll be purified naturally, will help overcome this inhibition.
The CM also announced a plan to rejuvenate 200 lakes. “Borewells will be set up along the periphery of these lakes to exploit the increase in groundwater levels. Landscaping around the water bodies is also planned. The water will percolate to the ground and improve the groundwater levels in the vicinity,” he said.
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Trump-May, Putin-Macron, Erdogan, Rouhani meeting
US President Donald Trump touched down at London’s Stansted Airport on Thursday to begin a long-planned visit to the UK. During his three-day trip Trump will meet with UK Prime Minister Theresa May and the Queen. The visit is expected to be marked with large-scale protests across the country and comes after Trump took a harsh stance on the United States’ European allies during a NATO summit in Brussels. Last year, Trump cancelled a similar visit to the UK, during which he had been expected to open a new US embassy in London. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov to discuss the upcoming meeting between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki next week, the US State Department said in a statement. The two diplomats also talked about Syria and North Korea, the statement said. Trump and Putin are to have their first dedicated face-to-face in the Finnish capital on…
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KOHLER CO. UNVEILED AS PRINCIPAL PARTNER OF MANCHESTER UNITED Kohler will be the first shirt sleeve partner for both Manchester United men’s and women’s teams 12th July 2018, New Delhi: Manchester United and Kohler, a global lifestyle brand headquartered in Kohler, Wisconsin-USA, have agreed to a multi-year global partnership. The KOHLER brand logo will feature on the sleeve of the most iconic and best selling club shirt, for both the men’s and women’s teams. The partnership also includes joint participation on game day activities, innovative improvements to club facilities, global sustainability and social responsibility projects and other partner collaborations with Manchester United fans and Kohler customers and associates. Kohler Co. is a leader in the design and innovation of kitchen and bath products and one of the largest manufacturers of power systems in the world. Founded in 1873, the two organisations have been in existence for over 140 years, sharing a long history steeped…
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Europe is ‘losing culture’ to migrants Europeans are losing their culture and identity by allowing an uncontrolled migrant influx into the EU, Donald Trump claims. He also blamed the Mayor of London for not doing enough to prevent the terror attacks on the city. “Allowing the immigration to take place in Europe is a shame,” Trump told the Sun newspaper in Brussels, before setting off to London to begin his official visit to the UK. “I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was and I don’t mean that in a positive way.” Europe’s refugee crisis has been dubbed the worst since WWII, with a record 2.2 million refugees ending up in the EU by the end of 2015, in part due to Angela Merkel’s ‘Open Door’ policy. While the official number of these “illegally present”refugees dropped to 600,000 by the end of 2017, thousands continue to flee wars and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa to start a new life in Europe. The trend,…
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Getronics completes acquisition of Pomeroy creating a Billion dollar plus leading global IT services platformWith this strategic acquisition, Getronics establishes itself as a leading Information & Communication Technology (ICT)  service provider on a global scale, with a broadened services offering and capabilities to provide an exceptional customer experience. Getronics is owned by Bottega InvestCo S.à r.l., whose founder and majority shareholder is the Brazilian/American entrepreneur Nana Baffour, Chairman and Group CEO of Getronics. London UK & Amsterdam, Netherlands – 12th July 2018 – Getronics has acquired Pomeroy, one of the leading U.S. providers of digital workplace transformation services. The newly expanded company, with combined revenue of approximately $1.3 billion, will be a leading global player in the field of Managed Digital Workspace, Applications, Industry Specific Software Solutions, Multi-Cloud Management and Unified Communications. With a presence in 23 co…
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‘Gau’ Raksha: The “Cow-Life Controversy”ON JULY 10, 2018 BY NARESH SAGARLEAVE A COMMENTEDIT CPR Land Rights Initiative is pleased to invite you to a talk on ‘Gau’ Raksha: The “Cow-Life Controversy” & the Bengali Muslim Public Sphere (1889-90)
Dr Mou BanerjeeWednesday, 11 July 2018, 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research About the Topic Mir Mosharraf Hossein (1847-1912), pioneering author of the Musalmani-Bengali novel, was also a social commentator and journalist. In reaction to the socio-political disharmony in Bengal, exacerbated by “cow-protection” movements and the Bengal Tenancy Act of 1885, Hossein penned a series of articles in the periodical Ahmadi in 1888. The articles, collected and published as Go-Jiban (Cow-Life) in pamphlet form, exhorted Muslims to eschew cow-slaughter. This caused vicious controversy. There were protesting editorials in the Akhbar’e Islamia and Hossein was accused of apostasy. He retaliated, instituting a libel-case. The co…