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Evento Speciale – Film


Special Event – Film


In collaborazione con Ambasciata Svizzera in India

In collaboration with Embassy of Switzerland in India



locandina di "Oltre il Confine"


Oltre il Confine/  Beyond the Borders


Mercoledi 12 Novembre ore 19.00

Wednesday, 12th November, 7.00 pm

Italian Embassy Cultural Centre
50-E, Chandragupta Marg, (Entry from Nyaya Marg)


Oltre il Confine/  Beyond the Borders


Director:  Rolando Colla

2003/ 104′

Genere: drammatico/Drama

Italia/Svizzera (Italy/Switzerland)

Cast: Anna GalienaSenad BasicGiuliano PersicoGianluca GobbiAjla Frljuckic


“Oltre il confine” è un film drammatico ambientato nei primi anni ’90. E’ la storia di un profugo bosniaco che aiuta amorevolmente un reduce della seconda guerra mondiale a trascorrere i suoi ultimi giorni. Sua figlia rimane profondamente coinvolta e stupita da questo comportamento e le viene naturale iniziare ad investigare su quest’uomo, i suoi valori, la sua vita ed il suo passato. Spinta ad andare più a fondo, decide di partire per la Bosnia, un paese dilaniato dalla guerra; strada facendo la donna inizia a confrontarsi con il proprio passato.


The story takes place in 1993. Agnese, an architect from Turin , receives an alert by a doctor at a veterans’ home. The commander of the residence has arrested Reuf, a refugee without official documents. Reuf works the night shift and looks after Agnese’s father, who lives in the veterans’ home and is seriously ill. The woman, who would rather not have anything to do with refugees, gets to know Reuf and becomes involved in a story which ultimately takes her to Bosnia . While travelling through the war-torn country, she begins to remember her childhood during the post-war years of World War II. And thus, two wars meet up with one another; the wheel of history turns in circles, leaving its absurd traces behind.

 Free Entry upon presentation of Valid ID.


Italian Embassy Cultural Centre
50-E, Chandragupta Marg
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – 110 021
Phone: 0091-11-26871901/03/04
Fax: 0091-11-26871902

BJP’s Best Are Dullards – Middlemen & Moneylender Free India


BJP’s Best Are Dullards – Middlemen & Moneylender Free India
November10, 2014 (C) Ravinder Singh

Challenges before Modi Government are two Fold – First undoubtedly is
Economic Policy to have Middlemen and Moneylender Free India this in
itself shall drive Economic Resurgence and Second is Inventors &
Engineers led Indian Industry.

But it is a REAL TRAGEDY inducted dullards in the Cabinet. Two Lame
Duck Engineers in Parikkar & Sinha have Metallurgical Chemical
qualifications that too four decades ago. Smartest of them as CM or
MLA-Minister couldn’t PREVENT Illegal Iron Ore Mining in Goa all 4
decades. Wherever I went as 20 years old Corruption Simply Vanished.

Jayant Sinha in cross holdings with brother Sumant Sinha are Operating
117 Lame Duck Companies MANIPULATING PUBLIC MONEY. Source LiveMint

ReNew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd. alone is Developing 1000 MW Wind Power
worth Rs.6000 crores which is most Unreliable & Unpredictable – SINHA
does nothing – Installation Operation & Maintenance is all Undertaken
by SUZLON and other generator manufacturers.
Renewable In Gujarat at 12:10 November10, 2014
Renewable In
Gujarat    Generation
At 12:10      Installed Capacity
Wind Power     296     3388.60
Solar Power    463    890.53

IIT and Harvard Universities are SHAMED by Jayant Sinha.

Their Only Expertise is To ESCALATE Costs & Profits Manifold Without
Contributing a Thing.

But my dearest Friend Suresh Prabhu is ULTRA DULLARD. Actually he
invited me twice for tea at his Office cum Residence to Consider My

In 2003 at Vigyan Bhawan after President Kalam left after Promoting
River Linking – I asked ‘This Stupid Idea of River Linking is on for
Three Decades, Instead of Transferring 50 Billion Tones of Ganga Water
to 3000 KM South Why Don’t India Transfer 30 million tones of
Food-grains to South. Grow foods in most fertile Ganga Basin’

Everyone Understood it then But in 11 years I could not make Suresh
Prabhu get wiser on this.

Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant,
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power,
Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects.

India’s National Competitiveness Forum 2014


Today at 1:58 PM

AirAsia X Berhad operating statistics for the 3rd Quarter 2014 (“3Q14”).




Preliminary Operating Statistics

For the 3rd Quarter of the Financial Year Ended 2014


AirAsia X Berhad (“AAX” or “the Company”), the long-haul, low cost airline affiliate of the AirAsia Group is pleased to announce its operating statistics for the 3rd Quarter 2014 (“3Q14”).

AAX continues to stimulate demand to fill up new capacity injected during 3Q14, by achieving a passenger load factor of above 80%, on the back of 24% year-on-year (“y-o-y”) growth in Available-Seat-KM (“ASK”) to 6,366 million in 3Q14, despite significantly softer market conditions. The capacity added was lower than earlier planned, as more aircraft capacity was withdrawn from scheduled services during lean periods and re-deployed to charters and wet leases in other regions that generated positive margins. In terms of quarter-on-quarter (“q-o-q”) growth, ASK grew by a mere 2% from 6,265 million recorded in 2Q14, primarily contributed from the launch of new a service to Xian, China, on 2 July 2014. The intended slower injection of capacity growth from 3Q14 onwards is to allow the previously added capacity in 2013 to mature and progress towards profitability.

In maintaining its clear market leader position in term of passengers carried on direct flights between Malaysia to each of its core markets in Australia and North Asia, the Company persistently achieved strong passenger traffic in Revenue-Passenger-KM (“RPK”), from 4,227 million to 5,129 million (+21% y-o-y), where 1.04 million passengers were carried during the quarter as compared to 0.84 million passengers carried same period last year.

Cargo segment on the other hand, saw an improvement of 21% y-o-y in total cargo carried to 9,771 tonnes from 8,079 tonnes same quarter last year, with 41% load factor for the quarter.

The Company had during the quarter took delivery of 1 A330-300 on operating lease, bringing its total number of A330-300s to 21, 2 A340-300s, and 1 A330-200 (to be returned by end 2014). Its fleet size has now expanded to 24 aircraft from 17, in the same period last year.

3rd Quarter 2014 Operating Statistics




(1)                Number of earned seats flown. Earned seats comprise seats sold to passengers (including no-shows) and seats provided for promotional purposes

(2)                Number of seats flown

(3)                Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPK) / Available Seat Kilometres (ASK)

(4)                Available Seat Kilometres (ASK) measures an airline’s passenger capacity. Total seats flown multiplied by the number of kilometres flown

(5)                Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPK) is a measure of the volume of passengers carried by the airline. Number of passengers multiplied by the number of kilometres these passengers have flown

(6)                Number of flights flown

(7)                Number of aircraft including spares

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