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SeemaTomar Shoots Gold in Women’s Trap at the 4th Asian Shotgun Championship


Combines with Shagun Chaudhary and Shreyasi Singh to also Bag the Team Gold
New Delhi, November 3, 2014: India’s woman trap shooter, Seema Tomar, today did the country proud when she won the Gold medal in the Women’s Trap event at the 4th Asian Shotgun Championship, being held at Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Seema, who hails from Baghpat in Uttar Pradesh, shot a credible 97 (72+12+13) in the final stage of competition to beat Mariya Dmitriyenko of Kazakhstan to second place. This is a career best result in international competition for Seema. Her previous best was a silver winning effort, four years back at the World Cup in Dorset, United Kingdom.
Seema’s effort also helped the Indian Women’s team bag the Team Gold in Trap, as she combined with Shagun Chaudhary and Shreyasi Singh to shoot a total of 207, edging out Japan (203) who won silver and South Korea (199) who won bronze. Individually, Shreyasi shot 68, while Shagun ended up with a 67.
The Indian shooting contingent has their targets set on the 2016 Rio Olympics and these events and results are set to act as ideal preparation for bigger challenges of bagging Olympic quota berths, which lie ahead.

Honda brings Chhota Bheem and Chutki to Delhi; promotes road safety among children



  • Honda conducts Road Safety activities for children with ‘Chhota Bheem’ and Çhutki’ in New Delhi
  • More than 1200 families and kids learnt the basics of safe riding and road safety

New Delhi, November 3, 2014: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd., the most trusted brand in the Indian 2 Wheeler Industry* with the objective of educating children and young minds on road safety and safe-riding, conducted a fun filled road safety carnival at Dilli Haat, Pitampura, with India’s most popular animation characters – ‘Chhota Bheem’ and ‘Chutki’.

The ‘Safe Riding’ initiative with Chhota Bheem and Chutki proved to be a resounding success. The event was graced with the presence of Mr. Keita Muramatsu – President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India and Mr. Y.S Guleria, Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India.

“Safe riding is Honda’s priority worldwide and in India too. Promoting the concept of safe and fun-riding is paramount to Honda’s overall vision. The role of children as effective conscience-keepers within families is often underestimated. Conducting such activities with young minds will ensure a positive tilt towards the cause, building a strong foundation for future.” said Mr. Keita Muramatsu – President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.

“As a leading corporate citizen Honda understands its quintessential responsibility towards the society which goes beyond business. We are delighted to have associated with Chhota Bheem to help further spread Honda’s Road Safety message. The event today was a great success and we look forward to extending this initiative across many other India cities.” said Mr. Y.S Guleria, Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.

As Chhota Bheem & Chutki spread the message of road safety through various fun engaging activities educating kids and their parents, it was a dream come true opportunity for over 1200 families gathered at Dilli Haat.

Amongst the most popular activities were – cycling, the road safety drawing contest, a pledge wall, a photo opportunity and collection booth; and a digital desk for uploading pictures to guest’s Facebook page.

Adults were also briefed on the correct riding posture, amongst other things as star attractions Chhota Bheem & Chutki further, urged the families to follow healthy road safety habits such as – abiding to road rules, importance of protective gear and use of helmets while a riding two-wheeler.

RK Pachauri IPCC Chair Responds to Danda


November03, 2014 (C) Ravinder Singh ravinderinvent@gmail.comI am glad at last Government of India has realized the IMPORTANCE of
Green Power, Clean Air and Environment Protection as Key Economic
Strategy and Multipurpose Dams, Solar and Renewable Power, Energy
Efficiency, Nuclear Power and Electric Transport results in Economic
Progress. Let me assure PM Shri Narendra Modi, India can have Cleanest
Air, Cheapest Power in the world for all.Coal Mining itself was MOST CORRUPT – Instead of mining Multi Seams in
Opencast Mines along with simultaneous Underground Mining like ADANI
mines contract in Australia – Indian mining was/is Unscientific and

Since 1991 India missed DANDA – absolute dullards fooled India in
everything from IPR, Multipurpose Dams, Industrial Policy, Trade
Policy, Housing, Water Power, Exploitation of Consumers, Economic
Policy, Public Companies, Agriculture & Food Processing etc and any
amount petitions made no difference. Bogus Inventor and Crook Sam
Pitroda misled INC for almost 30 years until Modi sidelined him.

For two decades India Stuck to Coal BASED Power policy even advocating
GHG emissions to go up from 0.6 Billion tones to 5 billion tones by
2030 but just TWO DANDAs of Modi government REVERSED it resulting out
of two ‘RK Gupta the Dullard- India Import 900 MT Coal & 700 MT
Petroleum-’ on September17 and ‘High Risk of Imported Experts – Dr.
Rajan Gupta, LANL —-’ of October25, 2014 resulted in reversal of
Polluting & Worst GHG emitting power generation.

RK Pachauri let Opposition over 40 years to Multipurpose DAM building
stalled Hydro Power development which has over 200,000 MW potential in
Indian rivers in Himalayas – in addition bend in Brahmputra Bend alone
has 200,000 MW Hydro Potential if jointly developed with China. India
has mainly built Lame Duck Dams that most unreliable and yield 40% of
hydro potential. For example – India could be producing 15-20 BU at
Nathpa Jhakri site than 6-8 BU annually.

Bhakra Dam produces 6 BU of power has 1325 MW of Generators whereas
Hoover Dam generates 4.2 BU has 2080 MW of generators. So Hoover Dam
has 2.25X Power to Generation ration. Thus most Existing Dams can have
twice more power capacity to provide Grid Stability – 300,000MW+ and
let Solar & Renewable integrate. With Nuclear Power capacity of
60-100,000 MW India can have totally GREEN ENERGY by 2050 fifty years
ahead of RK Pachauri proposal. India can potentially reduce GHG by 80%
to 90% effortlessly and in doing so produce power at half cost.

Dr. Rajan Gupta foolishly wanted India to produce 6000 BU of power by
2050 – he didn’t consider Energy Efficiency in this which could reduce
energy demand by 50% thus India can have Power Generation almost
entirely from non Fossil Fuels. In fact 500 kilometer belt along
Himalayas can be free of Fossil Fuel for power generation. More
details are in Two Reports mentioned earlier.

Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power,

Thidapa to defend her title at the Hero Women’s Indian Open ‘14


  • LET Stars Gwladys Nocera and Carlota Ciganda confirm participation
  • The US $ 3,00,000 event to be played at the Delhi Golf Club from December 4-6

New Delhi, November 4, 2014: The Hero Women’s Indian Open for 2014 was announced today to tee off at the picturesque Delhi Golf Club from the 4th to 6th December 2014. The 8th edition will see likes of defending champion Thidapa Suwannapura (defending champion), Gwladys Nocera (2008 OOM Winner + 12 career LET victories) and Carlota Ciganda (2012 OOM Winner + Player of the Year + Rookie of the Year) competing against each other.

The highly competitive and star studded field will also include Hero Motocorp sponsored Sharmila Nicollet; the youngest Indian to retain her LET card and the Hero Order of Merit 2014 Winner Vani Kapoor, who finished third in Mineks & Regnum Ladies Classic on the LET’s Access Series recently.

The US$ 300,000 event – tri-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET), the Ladies Asian Golf Tour (LAGT) and Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI) will also see top Indian golfers competing against the likes of Kylie Walker (winner – Deloitte Ladies Open 2014 & Ladies German open 2014), Florentyna Parker (winner- Ladies Italian Open 2014), Julie Greciet (winner Sberbank Golf Masters 2014) and Connie Chen (winner – Tenerife Open de Espana 2014).

Mr. Pawan Munjal, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Hero MotoCorp Ltd, said “Women’s golf has come a long way in the country and I am privileged to have witnessed the contribution of the Hero Women’s Indian Open in the same. The tournament has established itself as an important part of the Ladies European Tour and Ladies Asian Golf Tour. The strength of the field has improved over the years and presence of top players speaks of the growing importance of the tournament in the international calendar. We are very happy to be a part of a tournament that offers an opportunity for talented Indian golfers to showcase and test their skills against the best in the world. We are hopeful that this tournament will play a vital role in taking women’s golf to the next level in India.”

Gwladys Nocera has been in fine form this season. She is at currently at the 4th spot in the ISPS Handa Order of Merit with a total earnings of € 182,418.40 in 16 outings this season. Other attractions at this year’s Hero Women’s Indian Open will be the presence of Carlota Ciganda of Spain and Suh Bo-Mi of Korea.

Mrs. Kavita Singh, President of the WGAI, said “With the support of our title sponsor, Hero MotoCorp Ltd, we are at the threshold of staging another edition of the Hero Women’s Indian Open. The event has grown consistently over the last few years, and is set to again welcome some of the best players from the LET and LAGT. Indian players have grown in confidence from competing with the international players, and are beginning to take the leap to the next level. On behalf of the Women’s Golf Association of India, I would like to express our sincere thanks to Hero MotoCorp, the Ladies European Tour and the Ladies Asian Golf Tour for their continued support of the event.”

Ivan Khodabaksh, CEO of the Ladies European Tour, added: “The Ladies European Tour is thrilled to be returning to Delhi Golf Club for the Hero Women’s Indian Open, which last year hosted a first class golf event. As well as being a fabulous showcase of world class golf and entertainment, the tournament plays a significant role in the development of the national game and helps to further promote, foster and develop golf globally. I would like to thank Hero Motocorp Ltd and the Women’s Golf Association of India for their commitment and contribution to this highly successful event.”

Sharing best wishes for the Hero Womens Indian Open 2014, the LAGT President, Mr. Koichi Kato said, “We respect Hero Motocorp for their enthusiastic contribution towards women’s golf not only in India but also in the world. Since LAGT was invited to India first time in 2007, several new Asian stars have been born in the world of golf after their victory in India – Taiwan’s Tseng Ya Ni in 2007, Thai’s Pornanong Phatlum in 2008, 2009, 2012 and Thai’s Thidapa Suwannapura last year. LAGT hopes that another new Asian heroine may come out this year again.”

Invitation: From Yamuna To Babba | Painting Exhibition | Nov. 11, Tues, 6 pm | at HICC


Invitation: From Yamuna To Babba | Painting Exhibition | Nov. 11, Tues, 6 pm | at HICC

hicc.delhi New Delhi



Today at 3:58 PM
Dear Friends,
Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre invites you all to the Inauguration of a painting exhibition “From Yamuna to BabbaMyths and Legends from India and Hungary” by Rozália Hummel (Srimati Radhika), being held on Tuesday, 11th Nov, 6.00 pm at the Gallery of the Centre. 
The show will be opened by the Chief-Guest, Dr. Satya Vrat Shastri, Chairman, Sanskrit Commission, Govt. of India.
The artist began her artistic career in 1979, in France and moved to India for the first time in 1981. Since then, she has been a consistent visitor to the country, a keen spiritual learner and discovered Indian Art and philosophy.
Kindly mark the dates in your calendar.

(Please, do find the e-Invite below)

​​Looking forward to your gracious presence at the programme!

Thanks and Regards,
Omita Sharma 
■  Project Officer
Balassi Institute – Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre

1A Janpath (near Hotel Claridges), New Delhi, 11 00 11, India

Tel: +91 11 2301 4497, 4992;       Mobile: +91 75 0375 1722

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Johanna Balchandani
Senior Cultural Adviser
Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre
1-A Janpath, New Delhi – 110 011
Tel: 00-91-11-2301 4497, 2301 1152, 2301 4992
Fax: 00-91-11-2379 3161

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