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Friday, January 30, 2009

Heroes of Local Bodies of Dwarka?

Vijay K. Saluja

Identification , Feting them & Telling their stories

Presently, our cities-colonies, markets, open spaces, traffic, transportation system, parking lots, basic services & other infrastructure etc etc are in a big mess. Mess is becoming bigger, day by day. Urban local bodies are the prime public bodies, whose duty/responsibility, is to take care of the state of our cities. But, unfortunately due to many reasons[some of these are, corruption, ineptitude, political interference, lack of motivation with the right qualified persons to join local bodies, wastage of already scarce municipal funds, non-accountability, non participation, lack of transparency, minimum scrutiny, presence of power groups resulting in inequitable resource[already scarce] allocation, due to self-interests, poor governance etc etc] , these[ULB`s] are not able to or not taking the needed actions to bring in efficiency & improve matters. The result is evident-Poor quality of life in most of the areas of our cities, metros in particular & non-inclusiveness, therein.

But, despite many constraints as described above, certain persons employed in the urban local bodies are producing good results/sticking their neck out, for optimum utilization of municipal funds.

To identify some of them annually, by a transparent process by assessing & grading their good performance, despite all odds, can be good morale-booster for them. After identification they may be feted at a public function. In the said function they can be feted in the following manner-
Giving a medal & a citation
Token prize money

After that, tell their stories at various fora & through various mode of media, so that they become `Role-Models`, for others, who may emulate their initiatives/actions. It is felt, it may/ will motivate the other local bodies & their personnels to improve their performance & thus obtain better quality of life for the inhabitants of the area under their jurisdiction. To start with we can consider persons from local bodies, operating in DWARKA.

This is one positive way[ though, there can be, as many other ways], to my mind, by which, we may be able to achieve the averred objectives of having better GOVERNANCE of DWARKA .

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Venue : - Dwarka Health Club Sector.7 (Participation Free)
Date : - 14th & 15th February, 2009
---Time-------------------- Event
a) 8:30 A.M. --------------Assembly
b) 9:00 to 10:00 A.M. Self-Defence Training for female 15 yrs. & above (Open for all).
c) 10:30 to 11.30 A.M. Training Programme for Member Children.
d) 12 O’clock to 2:00 P.M. Advance Group-weapon training in Martial Arts.

Training course will be conducted by Mr.Rinshi Rethnum 6 degree, Okenivea, Japan. Ph.D in Karate with Mr.S.K.Yadav & Team members.

DSKC School of Self Defence, Contact No.-9810143483
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Tuesday, January 27, 2009


Vijay K. Saluja

Ram Nath was watching his favourite TV programme,` Laughter Show`, when he recd a call, on his mobile. Since that call, Ramnath is not the same person,happy-go-lucky?! His world has somersaulted towards HELL!? The caller informed that his only son, RAVI- seventeen years old, had been involved in a serious road-accident & was removed by the police to a hospital. He stayed in injured condition on the road for more than an hour, as no on-lookers, who were in plenty, did any thing to give him succour/help?!
Incidents, like the one above have become very common & normal features in our mega-cities. Accidents & deaths are on the increase. Two accidents. involving BMW cars, are very recent cases of deaths/serious injuries on roads.
As it causes massive miseries to, the affected parties, it is time, to do some thing concrete, by all the stake-holders.
Who are the stake holders?
You, me, the community & various wings of the Govt-local, state, central, its various organizations, civil society groups., educational/training institutions, media, international organisations, too.
Why do accidents occur? It does not need much explaining. But, the main reason is the negligence of human beings, itself. In the case of Ram Nath, he did not bother to ensure that his under-age son did not take, his newly car for a drive, to show off to his friends. He even did not bother that, his son did not possess the valid driving license. Fake driving license, he had helped his son, to obtain, using money-power & contacts`!Result of the same was there to see.
What were the authorities doing, when license was issued to untrained & under-age persons?
Collusion is the name of the game. Today, it is Ram Nath, tomorrow, it could be you, me or son of a license issuing official, or a powerful politician or a senior bureaucrat? Accidents do not recognize the protocol or influence?!
Compromising on principles, non-enforcement of laid down traffic rules, casualness, speed are some of the main reasons, for increase of accidents.
It is therefore very imperative, that persons of impeccable integrity are put on the sensitive jobs. Some may say, most of the govt jobs are sensitive .Yes, these are, but some are certainly, more than the others. Traffic policing falls in that category.
Let us also face it squarely ,there is corruption . This is one of the main cause of accidents. I personally consider, Corruption as the HIV/AIDS of our administrative system.
Compromising on the state of fitness of vehicles, issuing of licences, booking of traffic offenders, apathy in construction & maintenance of roads & attendant infrastructure-proper geometry, signages, lighting, by some of the concerned local authorities- officials/engineers are other reasons for accidents.
One can understand, if India was short of working hands, then there was no alternative but, to continue with the corrupt, careless, un-trained people in various organizations of the govt is not understandable.As, we in India, do not have problem of shortage of human resources
When will `sarkari`, means real no-nonsense business/profession? At the moment, it only means-one can even get away with murder, if one has contacts/money!? How sad for the country & aam admi?
The bureaucracy & the judiciary need to play very very vigilant & strict role, in the area of dealing with offenders-merchants of death.. Decisions have to be quick & un-biased.
Be-sides, community ,media, & civil society groups, will have to play pro-active positive role.
Thought provoking films need to be made & screened on TV to sensitise the citizens/community. In schools & in colleges, curricula should have space for imparting education, on need for values & ethics. Acquisition of money, by any means, need to be denigrated.
There need to be control on expanding numbers of vehicles on roads. Not, that no to Nano, but control?
Public transport need to be made efficient. In this connection, one really wonders, why it took so long to enforce fitting of governors in buses. Even now reports are there that the same are being manipulated/fiddled with, and authorities looking the other way?!

Take it for granted, there are no miracles going to happen, to minimize accidents. The System, need/have to be [made] accountable, sensitive, responsible and responsive, on a sustainable basis.
There is no other way.
In my article, I have not quoted findings of national/international studies, on causes of accidents & remedial measures. Because, I personally feel, solution lies with all of us We all know it. The need is to implement the solutions rigorously. This is also true, for other areas of administration/governance.

Meeting of Dwarka Forum held

yes, of course, Dwarka Forum a group of active intellectuals.
Recently, a Governing Body Meeting of Dwarka Forum was held at Hotel Malabar, Behind Honda Showroom, Ramphal Chowk, Sector-7, Dwarka. Mr.Sushil Kumar-General Secretary of Dwarka Forum informed that Anil Nayal ,Mahesh Tak ,M.K.Gupta,Ashok Chaitanya,Sunil Sareen,Rajiv Solanki,,S S Dogra & Sanjay Mishra attended the meeting.
The activities of Dwarka Forum of last three months were explained. GB expressed happiness over the unprecedented success on the protest against the terrorism. GB thanked the people of Dwarka for their support.
During the meeting, Law & Order issue, space for Dwarka Forum office with basic infrastructure, membership, extension of Governing Body, DERC, Forum’s Bulletin Issue were discussed.
It was proposed that a questionnaire be prepared & sent to the members including online members to have their feedback & their concurrence for their presence in the protest march as and when organized.
GB approved the space proposed by Rajiv Solanki at Sector-5 DDA SFS pocket-1, Dwarka. GB also approved to include the name of SS Dogra as media advisor. As far as the membership is concerned, Sunil Sareen voluntarily offered his services for collection of membership form from anywhere in Dwarka. GB appreciated his gesture.

Water problem, Proper Maintenance of Roads and Park, Security concerns including crime control and prevention,Transportation, internal commuting, and traffic management
Allotments of CGHS flats, Pollution- control , Corruption are some burning issues on what Dwarka Forum fighting for.

1. Proposed activity
Since the law and order is deteriorating in Dwarka, it was unanimously decided to take up this issue. On the basis of feedback, the protest would be organized. It was decided that
2. Space for office
There were two proposals but GB approved the space proposed by Rajiv Solanki at Sector-5 DDA SFS pocket-1, Dwarka. It was proposed to request for donation of a small almirah to keep DF records at the premises.
3. Membership
It was decided to give option to online members for membership with some time deadline, which may be reviewed time to time. However, it was unanimously decided that effort should be put to convert all online members into actual membershipIt was also proposed to find out the profession of members so that it can be utilized for the benefit of Dwarkaites.
4. Extention of Governing Body
It was decided unanimously to include the name of Rajiv Solanki in GB. GB also approved include the name of SS Dogra as media advisor. It was further decided to fill all vacancies in the next proposed meeting on 22.2.2009. In this respect, request for nomination is sought from the members.
5. Presentation to DERC
M K Gupta and Mahesh Tak suggested that even though one presentation from our side has gone to DERC, we should again send our objections with detailed technical deliberations. It was accepted and GB authorized Sushil Kumar and Mahesh Tak to take appropriate action on the subject.
6. Feasibility for Forum’s Bulletin
Rajiv Solanki suggested exploring feasibility of periodical bulletin of the Forum. The members present emphasized the need of study and scope for the same.
Meeting ended with vote of thanks. Next meeting of DF Governing Body would be held on last Sunday of February i.e. 22.2.2009.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Big talk, little action makes us scam-prone

Sh. Joginder Singh ji
(Former Director - C.B.I.)
Jan. 27 : In the Rs 7,000-crore Satyam scam the company's chairman B. Ramalinga Raju has admitted to a financial fraud that went on for several years. He has also disclosed that the company's balance-sheet is a fabrication. Mr Raju, his brother, as well as Satyam's chief financial officers, are now under arrest.
There has been a lot of glib talk about effective and transparent corporate governance and a system of institutionalised checks and balances. The role of checks and balances is best illustrated in the thriller Silver Blaze where Sherlock Holmes probes the theft of an expensive racehorse on the eve of an important race. Asked whether there is any point on which Holmes wants to draw the Scotland Yard detective's attention, Holmes points to "the curious incident of the dog in the night-time". The detective says the dog did nothing in the night, to which Holmes replies, "The dog made no noise because he knew the thieves well". Perhaps, this explains why Satyam's internal and external auditors didn't squeak.
The truth is that even government companies and organisations do not function as models of probity and efficiency because of continuous interferences, not only in taking decisions but also in awarding contracts and misuse of funds by those who remote-control them from their seats of power.
When the infamous Harshad Mehta scam took place, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who was the finance minister at that time, described it as a failure of the system and had declared that steps would be taken to rectify the situation and plug loopholes. Then came the Ketan Parekh scam and now the Satyam scam. Each new scam seems to be overtaking the previous one and yet there is no single agency to deal with frauds in the corporate sector.
One problem is that enforcement is split — there's the serious fraud investigation office, department of company affairs, Sebi and the police. The police comes in only in the final scene and can take action only for the offences of cheating and fraud. A police case means a long-drawn affair which may take up to 10 years for the case to be tried, heard and the judgment passed.
There is hardly any worthwhile punishment for scamsters, their collaborators and the internal policeman — the auditor. The Companies Act lays down the auditor's duties and powers, but the penalty for non-performance is puny. If an auditor fails in his duties, the maximum penalty is a fine of Rs 10,000.
Incidentally, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the firm which audited Satyam's books, received a consolidated audit fee of Rs 4.3 crores for the financial year 2007-08 — almost twice of what Satyam's peers like TCS, Infosys and Wipro pay to their auditors. Satyam's promoters and others who have benefited could not have done so if there was fear of being found out by the auditors. According to one report, about Rs 800 crores was made by insider-trading and sale of shares.
Many Ketan Parekhs, Harshad Mehtas and Satyam scams which will surface if company auditors are willing to put their neck on the line and risk losing business. But it is doubtful if anybody in his business would commit harakiri.
According to the company law, there is a maximum fine of Rs 5,000 and imprisonment of upto two years for fudging accounts. The Companies Act provides for a special audit, investigation, reconstitution of the board of directors and even a "dawn raid". But the penalties for non-compliance are as good as non-existent. Besides, there is no mechanism even for checking corporate balance-sheets and account statements.
Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it. The investigation into the Enron fraud had also shown its auditor, Arthur Andersen, of being as guilty as the Enron CEO.
The corporate scene is not as rosy as it is made out to be. No doubt there are a very good companies with impeccable record, but the same cannot be said for a majority of companies. Failures are bound to happen in any business, but any malfunctioning and crash based on a false rosy picture in which the shareholders are cheated is totally unacceptable.
While it is correct that the government has no business to interfere in how a private businessman conducts his business, the fact is that no business can become really big without the participation and investment of the public, government-supported financial schemes, institutions and banks.
Therefore, a mass of people, however gullible they may be, cannot be allowed to be taken for a ride by a few devious and unprincipled individuals. Too much government interference can kill the goose that lays golden eggs, but we must remember that conmen have existed from times immemorial and would continue to exist.
The loser in any scam is the common man and it is for the government to ensure that it is easier for the corporate sector to do what's right and difficult to do what's wrong. What is the point of having so many watchdogs and talk about good corporate governance when the country's fourth-largest IT company can easily defraud and take millions of people for a ride?
The government must decide what it needs do to end such occurrences in the future, and do it. It's as simple as that. The government should remember what Indira Gandhi once said: "My grandfather once told me that there are two kinds of people: those who work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the first group; there was less competition there".

Sunday, January 25, 2009

'The Style in Arts

The H-N Events hosted an extravaganza named ‘The Style in Arts’, a grand show of talent at Auditorium of Technia Institute of Advance Studies, Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, Delhi. The Event commenced with the lighting of lamp by the Hon’ble Guests and team of The H-N Events followed by a welcome address by Sh. Harish Nadan, Managing Director of The H-N Events. Then the event was handled by Baby Pallavi Talwar (Anchor and Singer).

The programme began remembering God on the song ‘Satyam Sivam Sundram’, a dance performance by the kids. A tribute was also paid to the martyrs on the song ‘Teri Hai Jamin’ by the singers.

Then a vibrant talent hunt show was started. The singers and dancers had covered the era from 1965 to 2008 with their songs and dances. The H-N Events students also performed a Group Dance Performance that was choreographed by Mr. Mithun Sisodia and Ms. Poonam. The hunt was finally over with the announcement of the winners of the event by the Judges. Mr. Vijay Meet and Ms. Rupali Vadera judged the Singing contest and Ms. Sandhya, Ms. Sweety and Mr. Anil judged the Dancing contest.

The Hon’ble Guests also honoured the guest artists Mohd. Nadeem, Mr. Vishal, Mr. Amit Sagar, Mr. Bhasker and Ms. Sudha Rawat.The event ended with the announcement of Sh. Harish Nadan, Managing Director of H-N Events that more events like this will be organized in future.

5th Painting Competition on Republic Day

Painting Competition on Republic Day on 26th Jan., 09 at 10.30 A.M.
at Sector-6, Dwarka Near Patrol Pump
Age Group-3-5Years, 6-10 Yrs. & 11-14Yrs.
Three Winners in each Categories & consolation prizes.

Note: Pls. Bring painting materials (pencil, colours & brush etc.)
Drawing Sheet will be provided by the Organizer.

On the Spot Registration & Participation.
Contact: 981044290

Friday, January 23, 2009

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Republic Day Celebration in Dwarka

Sports Event
25th Jan.,09 at 10 A.M. Inauguration by Sh.Somesh Shokeen (M.L.A.-Matiala Constituency)
Venue: Behind Ganpati Apartment & D.D.A.Pkt.2, Sector-9
Volleyball Match will be played between Residents Team & CGHS Residents Team.
Race: 1000 Mtrs.

Republic Day Celebration

26th Jan.,09 at 10 A.M. onwards Flag Hoisting, National Anthem, President's Speech on Republic Day, Children race (Age 10-15 years), cultural programme, Drawing Competition, musical chair competition of ladies, tug of war etc.
Prize Distribution by Sh.Satya Prakash Rana-M.L.A.-Bijwasan & Mrs.Shashi Rana-Councillor.
For further details contact: M.K. Singh-9868130012

Monday, January 19, 2009

Health Check up camp at sector-9, Dwarka

Dear President/ General Secretary,
If you are interested to organize such HEALTH camp/ seminar in your society/ apartment, then please feel free to contact: AJAY KAUSHIK - Campaign Co-ordinator - M: 9953567759

Sunday, January 18, 2009


18th January, 2009.BHAGAT CHANDRA HOSPITAL, held a free Health Check Up camp at RZF-1/1, Mahavir Enclave,(Near Dwarka Palam Flyover). According to Dr.Chander Mohan Bhagat-Director Bhagat Hospital, more than two hundred people were thoroughly checked up ECG, Blood Group, Blood Sugar, P.F.T. BP by Specialist doctors of Skin, ENT, Eye, Gynae, Anti Natal care, Infertility, Physiotherapy, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics etc. Sh. Mahabal Mishra, MLA, Dwarka was also graced the camp as Chief Guest. Mr. Mishra showered his blessing to Dr.Bhagat and his team for this event particularly organized for the welfare of poor local people. The camp was well supported & promoted by . BHAGAT CHANDRA HOSPITAL is organizing yet another FREE HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP on 25th January in association with Resident Welfare Association, D.D.A. Flats, Sector-9,Pocket-2, Dwarka.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Maithili- Bhojpuri Akademi celebrating Kavita Utsav

For limited Invitation, please contact :
Dr. Ravindra Nath Srivastava, SecretaryM-9968269237

Friday, January 16, 2009

Latest updates on allotment of flats

As you know that after a great battle, the draw of lots of Group Housing Societies has started taking place. But still we have to go a long way till all the societied are cleared. After the notification which came on 31st July, 2008, the Screeing Committee has cleared only 12 societes till date, whose draw have been conducted by the DDA. These societies are as under:-


There had been no meeting of Screening Committee for last 2 months and a number of societies (mainly Viswas CGHS, Nav Nirman CGHS, Bharat Petroleum, Saral etc etc) are waiting for the approval/clearance. The committee took four months to clear these 12 societies and you can well imagine that how long time it will take to clear all the societies.( around 15000 families of 110 societies are waiting for draw of lots) To expedite the process, a delegation of different societies, met the Chief Minister on 14th January, 2009.. She has assured that the process of clearance of societies will be expedited. She also spoke to the Chairman of the Committee and requested him to do the needful. Still we need to do a lot for the early allotment of our flats failing which the affected members will have to wait for a long long time to get their flats due the lethargic attitude on part of the RCS, Screening Committee and finally DDA.


Wednesday, January 14, 2009


(ECG, Blood Group, Blood Sugar, P.F.T. BP Checkup)
Specialist consultancy for Surgery, Medicine, Skin, ENT, Eye, Gynae,
Anti Natal care, Infertility, Physiotherapy, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics etc.
Lab test at 50 % discount
25 % discount coupon surgery valid 3 months* ( condition apply)

Date: On Sunday 18th Jan.,09
Time: 9.30 AM TO 1.00 PM

Bhagat Chandra Hospital
RFZ-1/1, Mahavir Enclave ( Near Dwarka Palam Flyover)
Chief Guest: Sh. Mahabal Mishra, MLA, Dwarka
For registration contact: 9953567759

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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Strengthen first line of defence

Sh. Joginder Singh ji
(Former Director - C.B.I.)

All illusions, if there were any, have been junked by the Prime Minister in his speech at the recent Conference of Chief Ministers about the source of terrorism in India and the support of the Government of Pakistan to the same. On January 6, he unambiguously said that the 26/11 terrorist attack on Mumbai was clearly carried out by Pakistan-based outfit Lashkar-e-Tayyeba. On the basis of the investigations carried out, which include inputs by intelligence agencies of foreign countries whose nationals were killed by the fidayeen, there is enough evidence to suggest that given the sophistication and military precision of the attacks, they must have had the support of some official agencies in Pakistan.

The Prime Minister added that we face a severe challenge from terrorist groups operating from outside the country, and that many of them act with the support of hostile foreign intelligence agencies. These terrorist forces have been trying to exploit our vulnerability, and at times they have succeeded in their goals, killing and maiming hundreds of innocent civilians.

Our problems are compounded by the fact that we have a highly unpredictable and uncertain security environment in our immediate neighbourhood. The Governments in some of our neighbouring countries are not very stable. The more fragile a Government, the more it tends to act in an irresponsible manner. Pakistan's responses to our various démarches are obvious examples.

This is not the first time that India has laid the blame for the malaise of terrorism at Pakistan's door. For almost every terrorist attack on our soil Pakistan is responsible one way or another, whether it be providing training or logistical support to the terrorists. The only solution, our hawks advocate, is war with Pakistan. But war is no solution to terrorism, as can be seen by the examples of Afghanistan and Iraq, and our own past wars with Pakistan. On the other hand, this doesn't mean that we cannot strengthen our country's security and intelligence-gathering infrastructure to combat terrorism. The Prime Minister has admitted that our defence mechanisms are inadequate and need to be overhauled.

There may be criticism that the range of instruments that we possess to deal with internal security threats is not sufficient. This may not be totally unjustified. There is a pressing need to review the effectiveness of our security set-up for the collection of communication intercepts and human intelligence. The training and equipment provided to our security forces also need careful review.

There is little doubt that our intelligence collection is deficient and so is our preparedness to deal with terror threats. I do not know whether it is due to ignorance or apathy, or a mixture of both. In 2008 the then Union Home Minister, while replying to a question in the Rajya Sabha, had admitted that there were 25 to 30 per cent vacancies in various police forces of the country. Look at Maharashtra, which has borne the brunt of terrorism. According to its then Home Minister, last year 11,000 police posts remained vacant. The current strength of the State Police force is 1,31,000 and there is a need for another 55,000 personnel. Assam, another State severely affected by terrorism, has as many as 7,776 vacancies in different police categories. Similarly, Chhattisgarh has about another 7,000 vacancies.

Not surprisingly, our country has one of the lowest police-to-population ratios in the world. As against a UN international norm of 222 policemen per lakh of population, India has just 143 policemen for the same number of people. This works out to just 14,000 police stations for more than 6.5 lakh villages. In most Western countries, the figure is between 250 and 500. Italy and Mexico, two countries with strong mafia and underworld presence, have 559 and 492 policemen per lakh of their population respectively. According to the latest figures compiled by the Centre, there were more than 1.3 lakh vacancies in the police all over our country. Even out of this nearly 15 to 20 per cent are diverted for VIP security.

New counter-terrorism mechanisms require more information, intelligence and technology, and latest sophisticated weapons. The State police forces, that are our first line of defence against the menace of terrorism, need to be strengthened in numbers as well as in equipment and training to meet the challenge.

The Comptroller and Auditor-General's report for 2006-07 tabled in the Andhra Pradesh State Assembly says: "Given the magnitude of extremist activity in the State, requirement of AK 47, 7.62 mm Self-Loaded Rifle, nine mm carbines, and 5.5 mm pistols for police stations were projected in the perspective plan 2001-05 to improve the striking capability of the police force and Rs 45.71 crore was sanctioned during 2002-07. Most of the equipment was procured only during 2005-06. In all the police stations of test checked districts it was observed that they continued to depend on outdated weapons like 0.410 muskets and 0.303 rifles, with majority of weapons being kept at the district headquarters. The State Government did not release its matching share (Rs 98.9 crore in 2002-03 to 2005-06). The percentage of utilisation of funds in the year of sanction was very low at 13 to 38 per cent".

The above report is only an illustration of prevails all over the country. The real problem that India faces in combating terrorism is our unprepared police force. Beyond doubt once a person joins the police force, after initial training it is rare for him to be exposed to a refresher course. But no overhauling of our security system will be effective without improving the capacities and capabilities of our police force.

Thus, instead of searching for elusive terror training camps in Pakistan, we should simply put our own house in order. Before we point finger at others, let us strengthen our own defence mechanisms and start at ground-level policing and then work our way up. We must put an end to terrorism, or terrorism will end us.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Maithili- Bhojpuri Akademi celebrating Kavita Utsav

Maithili- Bhojpuri Akademi
Kavita Utsav
On 20 th Jan., 2009
Time: 5.30 PM onwards
At Sri Ram Centre, Mandi House

Note: There is special transport arrangement from Dwarka to Mandi House & back.

For limited Invitation, please contact :
Dr. Ravindra Nath Srivastava, Secretary
Maithili-Bhojpuri Akademi, Delhi
Government of N.C.T. of Delhi, Community Hall,
Padam Nagar, Kishan Ganj, Delhi
Ph- 2369981, 23699682

Tuesday, January 6, 2009


Why does this loneliness eat me up?
Why does it follow me

To the divine city of Rome,
to ethereal and the most magnificent city of Lima and
to the most beautiful paradise city of San Francisco.

Why does one only wait
For the happiness to come?
Why do you and I wait
to be happy?

Isn't it all inside of us?

Then why not soak ourselves in it,
In its warmth and
In its glory?

By Reeti Mishra

Monday, January 5, 2009

Happy New Year to DCBA Dwarka members





"4. It is further clarified that the forms as existing shall be utilized for the purposes of applying for membership of the Dwarka Court Bar Association, however, the contents of serial nos 5, 7, 9, 10 and 11 of the said form shall not be considered for any other purpose including the allotment of chambers.

5. It is agreed by all parties that these petitions and the applications for membership pertain to the grant of membership and conduct of elections and are in no way connected with the allotment of chambers. After the elections are over, the members of the Dwarka Court Bar Association shall be required to fill in new forms which will not have references to any particular Bar Association. The parties agree that a form similar to the one used for New Rohini Court Bar Association may be used with suitable modifications."

KINDLY, fill up the New application form which is available in the office of Bar Association at Dwarka Court. You are requested to bring 3 passport size photograph to be used in new form and Identity card.
Note:- Click for Copy of order dated 22-10-2008.

With due regards,
P S Singh, Advocate

B.P.A. Celebrated Louis Braille 200th B'Anniversary


Blind Persons Association with Society for Creatives(Regd.) celebrated 200th Birth Anniversary of Louis Braille on Sunday,the 4th January,2009 at Dwarka Health Club, Sector-7, Dwarka, Delhi. The inaugural lamp lit by Mrs.Suman Krishan Kant(wife of Late Sh.Krishan Kant-former Vice President of India).
“Our government should sufficient steps to make Blind self dependent.” Said Mrs. Krishan Kant while addressing to the gathering.

According to Mr.Anil Verma-President Blind Persons Association, Dwarka, Kavi Sammelan, mucisal competition were organised. Dr. Kirti Kale famous poetess adjudged Mr.Chandershewar Kushwaha for first rank, Vikram Rasik-second and Mrs.Suman Sharma third place. In Musical competition Shipra grabbed first, Rajiv Ranjan second and Devesh placed third by Mr.Nagpal-Sr.Music Teacher.

B.P.A. honoured Mrs. Suman KrishanKant Chairperson-Mahila Dakshita-for women upliftment, Dr.Kirti Kale for literature, Dr.C.M.Bhagat ,Dr.S.Mohan, Dr.Priyanka for medical field, Col. I.K.Bedi & Mr.Vijay Kumar Verma for Sports promotion, Mr.Mukul Sharma, Mr.Ajay Kaushik, Ms.Alka Poonj, Ms.Daljeet Kaur Aman-for social services, Mrs.Simmi Kher for Education field and Mrs.Swati Khanwalkar from Media field. In the end, the annual report of the organization was presented by Mr.S.S.Dogra-Patron-B.P.A.and the Souvenir released by the Chief Guest.

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