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Sunday, September 30, 2012

Commercial Property in Dwarka

Commercial Property for sale at Ramphal Chowk, Sector-7, Dwarka

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Total Size 115 Sq. Yards. (23’ front & 45’ deep)
Front Road 60’ and back Road 10’
Wider stairs, Lift Option, Tile flooring, Provision for toilet & Pantry on every floor.

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East Bengal are Federation Cup champions

East Bengal 3 (Arnab Mondal 60th, Manandeep Singh 99th, Edeh Chidi 109th)
Dempo SC 2 (Climax Lawrence 50th, Mahesh Gawli 113th)

East Bengal rediscovered their touch in the extra-time to down Dempo SC 3-2 and reclaimed the Federation Cup title that it had lost year ago, in front of a partisan crowd of around 35,000 at Siliguri’s Kanchanjungha Stadium. This was the eighth title for East Bengal which they won in 16 appearances in the final.

East Bengal dominated from the start but failed to convert the advantage into goals as Dempo put a defensive dragnet around the crowd favourite. Dempo scored the lead off Climax Lawrence before East Bengal recovered the deficit to force a 1-1 deadlock in the first 90 minutes of regulation time. Arnab Mondal scored the leveller for East Bengal. This forced the action into extra-time where East Bengal produced their best attacking game to end Dempo’s resistance. The win came as a welcome gift to the Kolkata giant’s British coach Trevor James Morgan, who turned 56 today.

The two halves of the regulation time were more about retention where both the opponents aimed more at containing each other. East Bengal earned more scoring opportunities but failed to finish the goalward moves except for Arnab’s goal, which the East Bengal central defender scored off a header from a Mehtab Hossain freekick. Dempo worked up the lead of a counter-attack when the East Bengal defender Saumik Dey produced a feeble clearance, which was reached Climax Lawrence. The Dempo central midfielder collected the ball inside the East Bengal box and found the net with powerful half-volley.

East Bengal pressed on the accelerator in the extra-time introducing its super-sub Lalrindika Ralte in the 91st minute. The young wing-half created added pace to the team’s attack and set off a through-pass for Orji Penn, but the latter’s hesitation inside the Dempo box spoiled the chance. Ralte, who scored the East Bengal winner in the semifinal against Churchill Brothers, fired a powerful grounder in the 99th that came off the Dempo goalkeeper Subhasish Roy Chowdhury. East Bengal Manandeep Singh tapped the rebound home to give East Bengal the lead.

Keeping up the thrust East Bengal made it 3-1 in the 109th minute, when Chidi scored from a solo effort getting a long ball from Manandeep. Dempo kept the action alive and reduced the margin off a header from Mahesh Gawli in the 113th minute but its search for the equaliser remained unrealised.

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GOONJ collection of material camp in Dwarka

Join GOONJ collection of material under ’Vastra-Samman’ & ‘School to School’ and '60 Dignified days’ in Dwarka during the “The Joy of Giving Week (2-8, Oct.’12)”.

Dwarka Collection camps from 11 AM to 2 PM

Date: 2nd October, 2012 (Tuesday): Infront of Venkateshawar International School, Sector 10, Near Sector 10 Metro Station

Date: 7th October, 2012 (Sunday): Infront (Footpath) New Millennium Apt., Plot No. 2, Sector-23,Dwarka (500 m from Sector-23 police station)

Volunteers: Arvind Agrawal 9899974319 & Anjali Agrawal- 9811654042

Contribute: Wearable old/new clothes (washed), footwear, utensils, Bed-sheets, dry ration, sewing machine, medicines, spectacles, umbrellas, school material, uniforms, lunch box, stationary, books, old cycle, toys, games, old audio/video cassette, old newspapers, magazines, one sided used sheets, desktop/laptop (working) etc. & monetary contributions.

GOONJ sends around 1000 tones of material annually in far- flung parts of the country in 21 states which involves collection to processing, repair, storage, wages, transportation to feedback. It's a large logistical operation. We are certainly keen that if every individual starts contributing even Rs. 100/- with the material and the organization matches it, handling logistics will be much easier without burdening anybody. Goes without saying financial resources are a critical ongoing need.


Will open office at Dwarka for collecting House Tax

M K Gupta
Media Advisor, Dwarka Forum
Phone – 9810550172

South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has launched its garbage collection and sanitation work of Dwarka from sector 6 market today. This work was so far being done by a private contractor – DMSWMS – who has been removed after plethora of complaint against his working. The SDMC has deployed 15-mini trucks for this which will collect the garbage from door to door and the SDMC will provide the bin to every society, DDA Pocket, market and for other spots. Speaking on the occasion, Rajesh Gehlot, declared that the SDMC will soon open its office for collecting House Tax in Sector 9, Dwarka and an inspector will soon start issuing licences to shopkeepers by visiting at their shops.

Speaking on the occasion inaugurating this in a function, Gehlot, Chairman, Standing Committee said that about in a week, the bins will be supplied to each society and pocket and hoped that since the Dy. Commissioner is going to soon become the resident of Dwarka, the monitoring will be easy and effective. He said that the mini trucks dump garbage at a local site from where the same will be taken by trucks for the dumping site. 

After few days, a review meeting will be held with the representatives of the area to smoothen working further and to rectify the defects.

On the occasion, Shashi Tomar, Corporator, Krishna Gehlot, Robin Sharma, Cicily Kodiyan, Mukesh Sinha, Ashok Yadav, Sushil Kumar, Rajiv Solanki, Mr. Maan and other residents were present in large number.

भ्रष्टाचार को जड से खत्म करने का वायदा है - पंडित मनोज कुमार

भ्रष्टाचार को जड से खत्म करने का वायदा है पंडित मनोज कुमार प्रसिद्व अर्थशस्त्री व समाज सेवी पंडित मनोज कुमार ने देश में फैले भ्रष्टाचार पर चिंता जातते हुए उसे जड से खत्म करने के लिए फिल्म नायक की तर्ज परं सरकार से दो दिन के लिए प्रधानमंत्री बनाने की मांग की है। इस सदर्भ में उन्होंने राष्ट्रपति प्रणाव मुखर्जी,प्रधानमंत्री मनमोहन सिंह,लोकसभा स्पीकार मीराकुमार को पत्र लिखा है कि अगर उनको 48 घंटे के लिए प्रधानमंत्री का पद मिले तो वे देश फैले भ्रष्टाचार, को जड से खत्म करने के अलावा सरकारी खजाने को भी भर देगें । मनोज कुमार का कहना है कि आज के नेता आजादी के लिए कुर्बानी देने वाले देश भक्तों को भुला देश को ही लूटने में लगे है। जो सरासर देश के प्रति अन्याय है। ऐसे लोगों के खिलाफ सख्त कार्रवाही होनी चाहिए।

पंडित मनोज का कहना है कि भ्रष्टाचार समाप्त होते ही युवाओं को रोजगार मिलेगा,बच्चों को मनचाही शिक्षा मिलेगी, बुजुर्गों को सम्मान और सुरक्षा, महिलाओं को सुरक्षा, देश में गुंडागंर्दी करने को सख्त सजा, देश वासियों लगातार बिजली मिलेगी।

आइटम नंबर से परहेज नहीः नेहा धूपिया

प्रेमबाबू शर्मा

अपनी बोल्ड और ग्लैमरस गर्ल छवि के रूप में पहचान बना चुकी अभिनेत्री नेहा धूपिया अब टिपिकल हाउस वाइफ बनकर अपने प्रशंसकों से रूबरू होने के लिए तैयार हैं। निर्माता कृष्ण चैधरी व डायरेक्टर संजय खंडूरी की फिल्म ‘केएलपीडी’ में एक अलग रंग में नजर आएगी। नेहा यहां अपनी इस फिल्म और कैरेक्टर के बारे में बता रही हैं।

अपनी आने वाली फिल्म ‘केएलपीडी’ के बारे में कुछ बताएं।
इसके बारे में मैं सिर्फ इतना ही कह सकती हूं कि अभी तक मैंने जितनी भी फिल्में की हैं, उससे यह बिलकुल डिफरेंट है और इसका हिस्सा बनकर मैं काफी खुश हूं। फिल्म की कहानी एक रात में एक इंसान की जिंदगी किस तरह बदलती है के इर्द-गिर्द घूमती है। फिल्म में मैं एक टिपिकल कैरेक्टर प्ले कर रही हूं। 

अब तक आप ग्लैमरस रोल में ही दिखाई दी हैं, फिर इस कैरेक्टर को करने की क्या वजह रही?
मुझे लगता है कि मेरी फिल्मों और कैरेक्टर के ग्राफ का उतार-चढ़ाव दूसरों से बिलकुल अलग है। दूसरे एक्टर्स जहां सिंपल रोल से शुरूआत करके कैरेक्टर-ओरिएंटेड फिल्मों की ओर कदम बढ़ाते हैं, वहीं मैं कैरेक्टर-ओरिएंटेड से सिंपल रोल की ओर बढ़ रही हूं। वैसे निर्माता कृष्ण चैधरी की केएलपीडी में भले ही मैं एक साधारण-सी लड़की के किरदार में हूं, लेकिन यह कुछ ऐसा है, जो मैंने अपने कॅरियर में अभी तक कभी नहीं किया है। इसके अलावा फिल्म की परफेक्ट स्क्रिप्ट ने भी मुझे काफी प्रभावित किया। फिल्म के ड्राफ्ट डायरेक्टर संजय खंडूरी ने मुझे फिल्म का जब ड्राफ्ट भेजा था, जिसे पढ़ने के बाद मैं इनकार नहीं कर सकी।

फिल्म में विवेक ओबराय, और मल्लिका के साथ काम करने का अनुभव कैसा रहा?
मेरी खुशकिस्मती है कि फिल्म में विवेक ओबराय, मल्लिका के साथ मुझे स्क्रीन शेयर करने का मौका मिला। उनसे मुझे बहुत कुछ सीखने को मिला है। जिस दिन मेरी शूटिंग विवेक के साथ होती, उस दिन सैट पर पहुंचने के लिए मैं काफी एक्साइटेड रहती थी। जहां तक विवेक और मल्लिका के साथ काम करने की बात है, तो यकीनन हमने बहुत एंजॉय किया। जब आप ऐसे दोस्तों के साथ काम करते हैं, जो बतौर एक्टर आपको अच्छी तरह समझते हैं, तो काम करने का मजा अपने आप दुगुना हो जाता है।

फिल्म में आपका एक आइटम नंबर भी है। क्या अपनी फिल्मों से अलग भी आप आइटम नंबर करेंगी?
नही। आईटम नंबर मल्लिका पर फिल्माया गया है। वैसे अच्छे आइटम नंबर करने के लिए मैं हमेशा ही तैयार हूं। हालांकि यदि मुझसे पूछा जाए कि मैं किस तरह के आइटम नंबर करना चाहूंगी, तो फिलहाल इतना ही कहूंगी कि वक्त के साथ सभी को पता चल जाएगा कि मैं क्या करना चाहूंगी और क्या नहीं। अपनी आने वाली फिल्मों के बारे में कुछ बताएं।

केपीएलडी के अलावा इमरान हाशमी के साथ श्रीशश् आने वाली है। इस फिल्म में मैं एक जर्नलिस्ट का कैरेक्टर प्ले कर रही हूं। हालांकि यह कैरेक्टर मेरे लिए आसान नहीं है, लेकिन मैं अपना बेस्ट देने की कोशिश कर रही हूं। हम मीडिया को जानने की कोशिश कर रहे हैं। जब न्यूज चैनल के पास ज्यादा इनपुट्स नहीं होते, तो दिन भर क्या टेलीकास्ट किया जाता है, एक न्यूज के पीछे क्या कहानी चलती है, जैसी कई इंटरेस्टिंग चीजों को समझने की कोशिश कर रहे हैं और यह वाकई बहुत एक्साइटिंग है। इस फिल्म की एक और खास बात यह है कि इसमें कार रेसिंग सीक्वेंस भी है, जो मुझे बेहद पसंद है।

हाल ही आप एक्टर से बिजनेस वुमन भी बन गई हैं।
हां, लेकिन इसके लिए मैंने किसी तरह की प्लानिंग नहीं की थी। अचानक गारमेंट के ऑनलाइन बिजनेस का मुझे ऑफर मिला, तो मैंने एक्सेप्ट कर लिया। लेकिन मुझे पसंद नहीं कि मेरे नाम के आगे बिजनेस वुमन का टैग लगाया जाए। सबसे पहले मैं एक एक्टर हूं और यही कहलाना पसंद भी करूंगी।

Dharna against WATER shortage in DWARKA

Revival of Animal Spirit in Governance !

Rakesh Manchanda

“Animal Spirit”, a new poster is flooding the print and electronic media today while painting stories on Good Governance. This is not an overnight discovery. Capitalist system today is in a panic mode. We don’t need a laboratory with skills to analyse or to explain how crony capitalism is the killer of E.E.- Ethical Entrepreneurship. It grabs out the virtuous animal spirits of an enterprise to show case it as a necessary evil. This is the `holy spirit` since Stone Age which the American economists, the Indian prime minister, CEOs and Ministers like Montik Singh Ahluwalia ,all are so fond of talking about. Many politicians are expressing their patent `helpless spirit`. People are left to fight their own war of survival like a gladiator. Animal Spirit promotion helps to hide the real challenges and sufferings.

What does the term `animal spirit` stands for ?
Let us pick up the first hand compulsions. The wild character behind the animal spirit needs identification. It shall be great to see the rule of the Jungle and to understand the spirit behind.

No one including any Jungle drum beater formally nominates and crowns the Lion as King of the Jungle. He earns the position of a King through his calibre, strength & attitude. When a lion in a Jungle runs to kill- he runs for food. When a deer runs he runs for life- to protect his daily work. It is only the Lion who in Jungle knows the hidden team work that helps him survive. According to discovery channel a lion does not kill more then 32 times in a year unlike animal greed and animal spirit of few that kills the rest. Each day every hour, each minute and every second the game is on.

Guide to Modern Animal spirits:

In Africa-India many are seen walking miles. We live in an unexplained world where poor people walk miles to earn food and rich people walk miles to digest food. `Greed` supports and does the animal trick : It trains, it protects and it generates wealth for few using more at a neck breaking speed. It cheats the human spirit which desires the team participation but is kept slow for a better living and for a respectful survival. Pizza reaches home faster than the Police and the Ambulance.

Ancient respect for Animal Spirits :

Witch doctors and magicians use this term since ancient times, to dictate power. To monitor business control over humanity. Term was first coined by John Maynard Keynes in one of his economics books, "The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money". The term "animal spirits" is used to describe human emotion that drives consumer confidence and not to fight and overcome spirits. According to Keynes, `animal spirits` also generate human trust. This was true in 1936. Animal sovereignty it appears was born in response to growing conflicts in unfair wealth distribution among people during the great Depression of 1930s.Relation between a man-machine, production- its means and its ends all have taken a sea change since then. Information and IT is the new game changer. We live in a Global village where Rice is one dollar per kg or 5000 K or Rs.50/- per kg but the Sim Card for a mobile is free. Today the humanity of 99 % is standing up against the animal spirit of 1 %. The demand is for Human Rights, better wealth distribution, better share, work regulations and basic minimum survival kit is evident.

Resurgence of interest in the idea of animal spirits in recent years of crisis is evident. Several books and articles have been published on this topic. Keynes believed that animal spirits were necessary to motivate people to take positive action. In the sports arena it is transformed as the `killer spirit` charged up for a win.

Reform with an animal spirit not only succeeded in Africa but prospered in India for two decades. Its success was visible. It was also shared and cheered by a wide section of our people. Why has the picture then changed-dirty in India ? Why reforms are De-forming now ? Could it be just a consequence of the global commodity boom fired by easy investments flooding the larger Western economies after the 2008 financial crisis? It has created speedy windfall-billionaires all over the world, including in India: the Reddy brothers of Bellary are one example.

To go back to our original query, the economy stands shattered. Markets have flip flopped not because Global Governance is pro- or anti-business, but because it has been so hypocritical about animal spirit and about private economy with private and hidden double rules.

Let's look at some of the new corporate class the real hidden masters instead of the usual suspect, the government. Animal Sprit unlike the modest human spirit of 99 % is more demanding. Animal spirit needs favours, demands elite care, twisting of laws, weak regulations, no civilized competition, ownership of natural resources at a throw away prices and a freedom to steal capital to put in speculative market for a fake growth. Many of these spirits quickly get listed on the stock markets in boom times, and kept leveraging and manipulating their balance sheets as if the rush hour will never stop.

Animal Spirit also provides a permanent do-nothing excuse of the Global Governance Class. Investors spend their time at golf course sipping bear. Football a team game seldom suits their temperament. Worst of all, it is a fast ruining public opinion for businessmen in India; as it confirms the worst old fears of all of them being the hidden spirit controllers: controlling the destiny of millions with hidden profits in tax havens.

The big collateral learners in the animal spirit process are the `human spirit` campaigners as the strugglers. Hope is the magic oxygen behind the 99 % that includes some middle level Business houses. Human Spirit sluggers are forced to be called as lazy, suckers and robber barons as we see in Greece crisis. We live in system where capital is worshipped as a God but human capital involved is treated as dirt.

A broken link in the system needs to be understood, re-connected and corrected fast. A global village disconnect: We see a clear disconnect among powerful ruling elite and the 99%.Majoirty wish to have a better civilized systems with participation and with fair justice. Animal spirit need to sacrifice more. It needs to be accommodative for the global governance world order by allowing flow of more money in more pockets. Growth in the real market can only help to save the `animal spirit` from getting extinct or thrown out of the economic game of survival.

Lion and the Tiger in Indian Jungles are vanishing fast today in spite of Government best efforts to invest in wild life and care for animals. Protection of animal spirit may be a necessary evil but not at the cost of humans.

Saturday, September 29, 2012


Suresh Jain

It is matter of great rejoice that we are celebrating Kshma Vani Parva on 2nd Oct-2012 But I would like to add that strict Jains observe kshma Bhav every (morning) by Pratikraman and Devasi (evening) Pratikraman for the specific purpose of reviewing our activities (twice a day) for any violations, asking for the forgiveness for our actions, and improving our future activities. There are less frequent varieties of Pratikraman, but the yearly Samvatsari Pratikraman (during Paryushan Parva) is considered a must for every Jain.

The soul, in its pure form, has infinite perception, infinite knowledge, infinite vigor, and is non-attached. These attributes are not seen in a Worldly soul because it is soiled with karmas. By following religious principles principals and activities, we overcome our karmas and uplift our souls to liberation. There are various kinds of religious activities, sometimes called rituals, and among them Pratikraman is the most important ritual. During pratikraman we repent for our non-meritorious activities on a daily basis. We realize our mistakes and ask for forgiveness which helps us to minimize the intensity of the karmas bondage.

Pratikraman is a combination of six avshyakas(essential rituals). The six Avshyakas are:

1) Samayik - a state of total equanimity
2) Chauvisantho - worshipping the twenty-four Tirthankars
3) Vandana - offering salutations to sadhus (monks) and sadhvis (nuns)
4) Pratikraman - realizing what we have done wrong and annotating on it
5) Kayotsagga - meditation of the soul
6) Pratyakhyan – renunciation

1) Samayik: In samayik, we stay in equanimity for forty-eight minutes. During samayik not only do we give up all worldly affairs, but we also stay away from attachment and aversion. This activity helps us to purify our passions and desires. To perform samayik, we put on simple, white clothes, and occupy a quiet place. While in samayik, we recite the Navkar Mantra, read scriptures, perform meditation, etc. Our samayik gives us a glimpse at the life of sadhus who live in samayik all of their life. It directly encourages us to lead the life of a sadhu or sadhvi.

2) Chauvisantho Chauvisantho means adoration of the twenty-four Tirthankaras. By reciting it, we show our respect for the twenty-four Tirthankaras. While reciting this, we are reminded of how victorious these Jinas, who overcome inner enemies like anger, ego, greed, deceit, etc., were and such activity also and encourages us to be like them. It is also called Chaturvinshatistava

3) Vandana:  During vandana, we bow down to monks and nuns and express our reverence to them. They are our current religious guides, and preceptors. While bowing down, we become humble, and thus, help ourselves to overcome ego and anger. It also inspires us to become like them. (If there is no monk or nun then we bow down in the North-East direction to Arihantas who are currently living far away from here.) 

4) Pratikraman : Pratikraman is the combination of two words, Pra meaning return and atikraman meaning violation. Literally, it means returning from violations. As Jain householders, we are supposed to observe twelve minor vows. Better known barh bhawana During Pratikraman we review our activities for any violations that may have occurred among these vows. In this way, we ask for forgiveness for our actions, purify our souls, and improve our future activities. If we have not taken these vows then we should wishthat there will come a day when we can take those vows. 

Pratikraman is usually done twice a day; once in the morning, Raisi (morning) Pratikraman and once in the late evening Devasi (evening) Pratikraman. Those who are unable to perform daily pratikraman should do a Pakshik (fortnightly) Pratikraman. There are some who somehow can not find even that much time, they should do a Choumasi (quarterly) Pratikraman, every four months. However, if someone can not even do that, then they should do Samvatsari (yearly) Pratikraman, considered a must for every Jain.

By repenting during the pratikraman, you lessen the bondage of karma to your soul and avoid committing the same sins in the future. If we do not repent for our deeds at least once a year, then the bondage of karmas to the soul becomes severe and even harder to shed off. In all truth, one should perform pratikraman as soon as one realizes he or she has committed a sin.

5) Kayotsagga: The word kayotsargga is made up of two words Kaya meaning body and utsarga meaning to give up. Kayotsagga means to give up ones physical comfort and body movements, thus staying steady, either in a standing or other posture, and concentrating upon the true nature of the soul as being separate from the body. This is a form of meditation and by practicing pure kayotsargga we slowly gain control over our mental, verbal, and physical activities.

6) Pratyakhya : This is a formal renunciation of certain activities, which reduces to stops the inflow of karmas. This activity helps us to learn to control our desires and prepares us for a much bigger renunciation, revenge is transient, Only Forgiveness is Complete.

We are born to die,Only thing that Lives through is Forgiveness.To Forgive is a great virtue,Greater than probably any other. Dont see things as we are; See as they are.Life will be far simpler. Forgiveness is the real form of Love.Forgiveness is understanding that change is inevitable; That it is irredeemable; Thus our Kshma Prava is only successful, if we understand the concept of daily partikarman and Samaiyaki every day. But I understand that the Partikarman concept is missing in most the cases . I Would seek that the originally concept be adhered in proper sense.

Dealing with Insomnia

Dr KK Aggarwal
Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee
President, Heart Care Foundation of India

1. Look for coexisting medical condition, psychiatric disorder, neurologic disease, sleep disorder or drug associated with insomnia.

2. Insomnia that last less than three months: acute insomnia, circadian rhythm sleep disorders (jet lag, shift work), and high altitude insomnia.
Insomnia that last longer than one month: include inadequate sleep hygiene, psycho-physiological insomnia, idiopathic insomnia, behavioral insomnia of childhood, paradoxical insomnia, and insomnia associated with a variety of medical conditions, psychiatric disorders, neurologic diseases, sleep disorders, medications, or drugs.

Acute insomnia

a. Acute insomnia lasts for less than three months

b. Is temporally related to an identifiable stressor

c. Synonyms for acute insomnia include adjustment insomnia, short-term insomnia, stress-related insomnia, and transient insomnia.

d. Resolve when the stressor resolves or when the individual adapts to it.

e. Stressors can be physical, psychological, psychosocial, interpersonal, or environmental:

f. Stressor as mentioned in Vidur Niti: A thief, A lustful person, A person who has lost all his wealth, A person who has failed to achieve success, A person who is weak and has been attacked by a strong person.

g. Ayurveda describes sleep as an aggravation of Vata. The causes are mental tension; suppressed feelings & acute bitterness.

h. Other stressors : Changes in the type or level of background noise; changes in the bedroom, such as a different bed or different furnishings, lighting, temperature, or occupants; consumption of or withdrawal from caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, or foods or beverages that contain these substances; stressful life events, such as loss of a loved one, divorce, loss of employment, arguments, particularly happy or sad events, work demands, or school demands; acute or chronic injuries or illnesses, particularly those causing pain or discomfort; medications or illicit drugs that have stimulant properties such as theophylline, beta blockers, steroids, thyroxine, bronchodilators, or amphetamines, withdrawal from central nervous system depressant drugs and nursing home or hospital admission.

i. Stress-induced insomnia is related to increased activation of arousal systems rather than decreased drive for sleep.

Friday, September 28, 2012

SAB TV New Show Bal Veer

Prem Babu Sharma
The joy of watching a fairy tale on screen is unbridled especially when you discover it even has a dynamic superhero as its protagonist. Baal Veer is an enchanting saga of a little boy, raised by fairies and blessed with super powers like no other human. However, since this show is a SAB TV creation, it’s not all action, but instead it’s copious laughter scene after scene! It’s a hilarious show with extremely entertaining characters, who will redefine everything you know about fairyland.

Speaking of fairyland, this fairyland in particular, known as Pari Lok, has the most motley assortment of angels. Meet Aarpaar Pari, with the power to transcend matter and travel through walls, transporting herself anywhere within seconds; Vijdaar pari, fairy of thunder and lightning; Atakti Pari has a power to freeze a person anywhere;BaalPari whose tresses are so long that she can tie people with them;Bhatakti Pari who has a unique power to confuse people and make them lose their way and lastly Gaal Pari who has magic tricks hidden in her big rosy cheeks.Natkhat Pari has power to befool people.Little Baal Veer is blessed with the combined power of all these 7 angels and uses these powers for the good of mankind.

Overseeing all that’s happening in Pari Lok, there is Rani Pari, as no fairytale is complete without a fairy godmother! Rani Pari has the power of all the angels in Pari Lok. This significant character in the show is played by Karishma Tanna. Karishma, who has been a part of the television industry for over two decades, is no stranger to comedy. She will now be seen in elaborate costumes and hair-dos in Baal Veer, which will add yet another feather in her hat for portraying varied roles. Playing her rival on the show, in the role of an antagonistic Pari, is Shama Sikandar, who revels in creating turbulence in the otherwise ethereal firmament. Shama too, has been part of television for the longest time and even has numerous films to her credit. Both Shama and Karishma have had a background of comedy in television and they sure look like an ideal choice to match their powerful, unexpected roles for the show.

Baal Veer is esentially a show about a child bestowed with godly powers, who shuttles between earth and fairyland. His sole motive is to save young kids like himself, from bullies and other injustice against them. In the course of his travel between the two realms is when he meets two earthlings, Manav and Meher, who eventually become his dear friends. Manav and Meher are often troubled by older kids and treated insensitively. Baal Veer comes to their rescue with the powers of his wand causing much comic mayhem in the process but as the proverb goes, all is well as it eventually ends well.

For an ensemble cast like this one, higly crafted outfits and magnificent sets, this show surely promises a lot. With all the detailing, the channel promises to stay faithful to its most essential facet, that of comedy. The exaggerated character sketches provide ample humour to get the audiences in splits.

Latest film release - Kamal Dhamal Malamaal

Film: Kamal Dhamal Malamaal; Release Date : 28, September 2012
Director --- Priyadarshan
Producer --- Percept Picture Company
***** Starring ***** 
Nana Patekar, Shreyas Talpade, Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav, 
Om Puri, Asrani, Shakti Kapoor, Anjana Sukhani

Water problem in Dwarka

Dear Presidents/Secretaries of the Group Housing and the RWAs,

I do not know how serious is the water problem in your Societies but in my Society, it is a crisis situation. We are getting one water tanker from DDA and two water tankers from the Private Water Tanker Operator daily. Each tanker’s capacity is 10000 ltrs meaning thereby we are buying 30000 ltrs daily barring a few days when DDA is kind enough to send us some water through it’s established water pipe line which is very less and perforce we have to again request DDA for a water Tanker. We are spending almost Rs. 2000 daily and Rs. 30,000- 40,000 monthly. This may vary depending on the kind of supply from DDA. This situation is continuing from May onwards.

I have been speaking to Chief Engineer, Mr Solanki and other DDA Engineers but they only promise and do nothing resulting in miseries of the residents. Water is essential for existence and very survival of living beings. I am told that each Group Housing Society is authorized a BORE WELL but our Society has none. Digging of BORE WELL is illegal and not permitted.

I am writing to all you ladies and gentlemen that I am sure many of you must be facing the similar crisis though gravity may differ and therefore we all should meet some time and do something about it. I was happy to note that some office bearers of the “Forum” had met the Chief Minister regarding the water problem. But she has rather then solving the problem has complicated it by taking shelter of Munak Canal. That does not solve our problem. We go to our representatives for relief and not for this kind of excuse. Thus we are back to square one.

What is surprising is how come there are number of water tankers floating around in Dwarka during day and night? Where are they getting so much water from? When asked, they reply we get water from Haryana Border or they have their own tube wells? It is mind boggling. Statistics are for you and me. Interesting!

It is food for thought. Let us do some thing. I request the Form to take an initiative in this regard.

With best wishes and regards.

Col (Retd) Bharat Panwar
Nehru Coop Gp Hsg Society Ltd
(Arunachal Apts) Plot 16, Sect 7, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075

Latest film release - OMG oh my god

Film: OMG oh my god; Release Date : 28, September 2012
Director --- Umesh Shukla
Producer --- Akshay Kumar, Ashvini Yardi, Paresh Rawal
***** Starring ***** 
Paresh Rawal, Mithun Chakraborty, Akshay Kumar, 
Sonakshi Sinha, Prabhu Dheva

Versatile Actor Rajpal Yadhav Conducts The Maha Aarti

PremBabu Sharma

92.7 BIG FM, India’s No. 1 FM radio network and winner of the Golden Mikes Broadcaster of the Year award has entered its fifth edition of the BIG Green Ganesha Campaign (BBGC), an initiative to reinforce the importance of celebrating the auspicious occasion of Ganesha Chaturthi in an environmental friendly fashion by promoting the use of Ganesha idols made out of paper mache. The new slogan for this year’s campaign is ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya, Dharti Mata Morya’ that strengthens the motto of the campaign across various platforms among the listeners. For the last 5 years the campaign witnessed an overwhelming response and was a phenomenal success.

92.7 BIG FM sustained and spread its message in the initial phase of the campaign through its paper collective drive and promotion of Paper Ganesha idol in highly populated areas across the city along with leading celebrities of Bollywood.

Among other celebrities versatile actor Rajpal Yadav came forth to lend his support for this noble campaign and conducted the Maha Aarti of Eco friendly Ganesha at the BIG FM Eco-friendly Ganesha pandal at Oberoi Mall. On this occasion he sent out an earnest appeal to all his fans to be sensitive and proactive towards the environment while celebrating the festival. What made the occasion really special was the fact that everyone felt there was an urgent need to create awareness on the importance of celebrating this festival in an Eco Friendly fashion, an initiative 92.7 BIG FM has been closely involved with for the last 5 years. The actor was presented with eco-friendly Ganesha idols at the event to spread the cause of celebrating a clean and green festival.

Budding Blossoms Annual Day 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Musical event by Dwarka Kala Sangam

You are cordially invited to attend musical evening dedicated to Naushad.

Date: 29th September, 2012 Saturday
Time: 6.30 PM onwards
Venue: Community hall of Chitrakoot apt Sector 22 Dwarka 

Dwarka Kala Sangam(Regd.)


Kalra Hospital SRCNC Pvt. Ltd. is a multi-specialty hospital, having 150 beds with state of the art infrastructure and highly qualified and experienced professionals. Hospital came into existence in 1990 with a vision to provide world standard cardiac facilities. Vision transformed into reality in 1998 when hospital started well equipped Cath-lab which was inaugurated by Vice President Late Shri Krishan Kant & Dr. Naresh Trehan to provide complete interventional cardiac procedures. It has been our endeavor to spread awareness among the masses, about preventive cardiology. And in this particular direction we celebrate World Heart Day each year under the aegis of World Heart Federation, Geneva, Switzerland.

Kalra Hospital SRCNC Pvt. Ltd. initiated a special annual award, Coeur d ‘Or’ (‘Heart of Gold’) in 2006, on the occasion of World Heart Day. Therefore, on the occasion of consecutive 7thWorld Heart Day celebration by Kalra Hospital, will be held on 30th September 2012, at Delhi Tamil Sangam Auditorium, R.K. Puram, New Delhi. 

We shall be privileged to have your benign presence as ‘Guest of Honour’ over the program on September 30th, 2012 Sunday i.e. The World Heart Day, at Delhi Tamil Sangam Auditorium, R.K. Puram, New Delhi. The program will commence from 10 a.m. onwards. Will be appreciated if you kindly confirm the presence to Mr. Sanjoy Bhattacharya, Sr. Vice President (M:- 9891914141 / 9818384141). A word of confirmation from your end will surely help us to plan better! Thanking 

Dr. R. N. Kalra (CEO)
Kalra Hospital SRCNC Pvt. Ltd.
A-4, 5 & 6, “Tulsi Dass Kalra Marg,
Kirti Nagar, New Delhi-110015
Call at: +91 - 11 - 45005600 / 45005700

Nrityabharati presents Bharathanatyam Arangetram of Vasishanavi

Annual Cultural Day celebration at Sri VIS

The morning of September 15, 2012 witnessed the excitement and exuberance at Sri VIS, a niche where dreams come true. This year Class III had its own Cultural Day. Shri H R Singh, Director, IGP- CRPF Academy, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Group Captain Ishwar Singh, Advisor, Venkateshwar Group of Schools and Air Commodore CM Singla, Vir Chakra Awardee, Ex Chairman and MD Pawan Hans Ltd were the Guests of Honour. The School Chairman Mr. Sailander Solanki, the motivating force made his presence felt. The Principal Ms Nita Arora, a dynamic lady with indomitable spirit addressed the gathering of the proud parents and welcomed them. 

Sri VIS truly believes that “The parent is and will remain, the first and the most important teacher a child has.”The young students of Class III rendered a melodious tribute to their parents by presenting “On Top of the World”.

The curtains were raised for the play "Pied Piper of Hamelin"- A piece of theatre that retains its nostalgic charm till date. The confidence, attitude and poise seemed oozing out of the performers. They left the spectators spellbound by their enthralling performance. 

The energising day ended with a vote of thanks by Primary Wing Coordinator Ms Malini Pandey. The Chief Guest motivated the students to be brave enough to follow their dreams. He also shared that one must love what they are doing, as it is what will give them true happiness.

The Guests of Honour addressed the gathering and inspired the enthusiastic crowd to think out of the closet and face the challenges with a smile. 

Citizen's power

This pole was a traffic hazard and occupying 30% of road space. The issue was pending since long rather for years. Now the extra and useless pole has been removed giving way for smooth flow of traffic. Thanks to the authority.

Photo: Arun Banerjee, Sector 1-A, Dwarka

क्षमा वाणी दिवस ( A day of forgiveness )

Dr. M.C.Jain
Rashtriya Digamber Jain Parishad (Regd)


Every religion in the world has its own significance and importance for the individual, for the family and for the community as well. Similarly every day has its own significance and importance in ones’ life. If we turn the pages of history we find that every day is categorically marked significantly for one reason or the other. क्षमावाणीदिवस—a day of forgiveness-, is also one of the glaring example which is celebrated every year by the Jain Community on the last day of Daslakshanparva-- दसलक्षणपर्व . It carries a message to all living and non-living creatures in the world to 'FORGIVE ourselves for the 'deeds we have done either knowingly or un-knowingly if such deeds have ever given any pain or hurt the feelings.' 

Forgiving others and even forgiving ourselves is not always so easy. In fact, how do you forgive someone who has hurt you? How do you forgive yourself for regrets that you have? The truth is, even when we want to engage in the process of forgiving others or ourselves, we don’t always know how to go about it. Forgiveness is the experience of finding inner peace which our saint have telling us since long. One of the most difficult things we have to do during the course of our lives is to forgive those who wrong us. When we are hurt, our first reaction is usually to seek revenge and strike back. Revenge may provide temporary satisfaction, but usually the satisfaction is replaced by guilt, sadness, and remorse. Forgiveness lightens our heart and our spirit in a way that no amount of satisfaction from revenge possibly can. In the Jain Dharma it has a great significance and importance. In one of the Holy speeches of भगवान्महावीर (Lord Mahavir), he said "Forgiveness is the ornament of brave persons" (क्षमाबहादुरोंकाआभूषणहै.) But the bravery does not lie in proving the power but in Forgiving or क्षमा.

This is the day when all Jains repent for their past sins, ask for forgiveness from family, friends , enemies, and specially from those with whom they have struggled, for hurting them in any way either knowingly or unknowingly during the past year. It is essential to our spiritual advancement that we do not harbor ill will or hold grudges beyond a year. Hence, the annual occasion for repentance and forgiveness is the most important day in Jain tradition.

Certainly, there are a wide range of situations that we often experience and witness throughout our lives and some are easier to forgive than others. However, forgiveness is or may be possible in all situations. As forgiveness takes place within our heart, we may receive inspired thoughts and ideas of ways to initiate reconciliation. We may even find that once we shift our emotional energy around the other person through forgiveness, they actually initiate reconciliation because whether they are conscious of it or not, they may feel the shift in our energy. It involves repentance and sincere confession for past sinful deeds and thoughts as well as the forgiveness of others’ faults. This is in order to protect oneself through the process of spiritual discipline from present sinful acts, and prevent future sinful acts through renunciation

We often forget how important it is to forgive. If we never forgave, we would have an awful society. All people would need to have all the same thoughts and censor their true feelings otherwise we would have a world full of hateful and friendless people. Too many people would live unhappy and unfulfilled lives. 

There are a lot of benefits of forgiveness. We will be having stronger intuitive insight and a deepened experience of spiritual connection ,experience of thoughts and emotions that feel good, more often, higher level of energy and a better quality of sleep, increased happiness and peacefulness ,happier, healthier relationships, greater health and less stress ,clearer thinking and so on. The benefits and importance of क्षमा has also been described in “दसलक्षणधर्मपूजा” ---- “उत्तमक्षमागहोरेभाई , यहजसपरभवसुखदाई” and also – “उत्तमक्षमाजहाँमनहोई ,अंतर - बाहिरशत्रुनकोई” very clearly in जिनवाणी ( जैनपूजासंग्रहपुस्तक ) 

Peace is not possible without forgiveness in the world. According to Martin Luther King, “Forgiveness is not an occasional act; it is a permanent attitude.” The only way children can learn the habit of forgiveness is by seeing us, their parents, forgive others and forgive ourselves. It generates the feelings of friendliness and love. It is the path to unlocking the knot of  hatred and to converting enmity into amity. In a nutshell, forgiveness can make our lives happy and peaceful. It can build a harmonious, peaceful andbeautiful society. 

KSHAMAVANI Parva (क्षमावाणीपर्व ) is a Parva of forgiveness which is supposed to be the first and foremost virtue of ascetics and scholars. It helps not only in pacifying anger and making us religious minded by removing all sins, but is also capable in keeping us hale and hearty. It is a virtue of humanity and an ornament of social courtesy. “Forget & forgive” is a symbol of greatness and one, being an embodiment of ‘love & greatness’, is capable to grant forgiveness that one need on this day of “KSHAMAVANI PARVA ”. 

Whether you are forgiving others or yourself, it is hoped that you will choose to give yourself the gift of forgiveness today.

On this auspicious occasion of Kshamavani (क्षमावाणी), we beg forgiveness for our intentional and unintentional wrongs, excesses, sins, that we might have done onto you.

और इसी भावना के साथ 

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

New Movie Kismat Love Paisa Dilli (KLPD)

Chandan Sharma

Kismat Love Paisa Dilli is a 2012 Comedy Film.Vivek Oberoi’s next which was initially titled Gyrah Chalis Ki Last Metro has since been renamed to Kismat, Love, Paisa, Dilli (Klpd). The film which is produced by krishan chaudhary & Amit Chandra has been undergoing change for some time; even the star cast is modified and will include Mallika Sherawat. Incidentally, the film has been in the headlines off late as it was taken to be the sequel to the Sanjay Khanduri’s 2007 sleeper hit Ek Challis Ki Last Local, with the name Gyrah Challis Ki Last Metro doing the rounds. However, the most interesting facet of the development of this film is the signing of Mallika Sherawat. The source goes onto add that when Sanjay and Amit approached Mallika with the script of Klpd that had the actress playing a parallel lead to the actor, Mallika readily agreed to do the film as she felt the role was too good.

As the title of the film says it’s a one night story of three very important elements of a good life, such as Kismet (luck), love and Paisa (Money) in Indian Capital city Dilli. Lokesh (Vivek Oberoi) and Lovina (Mallika Sherawat) are the two key characters of this one night adventurous journey in which they sees all three things in Dilli (Delhi). Lovina is a modern Punjabi girl who works in Delhi. One night she misses last metro of 11:40. She meets a guy named Lokesh and both feel some kind of attraction towards each-other during their single night roller coaster experience of life, from cold streets to glitzy farm house parties in Delhi. After all messed up things finally they fall in love with each other.

In this content driven story, we will see many entertaining comical things with some flavor of thrill as subject of gang rapes in Delhi is also included in the script. Kismet Love Paisa Dilli (KLPD) is different from Ek Chalis Ki Last Local as KLPD is a Delhi based story but other one was based in Mumbai. Some things should be unfold about the story of Kismet Love Paisa Dilli otherwise you may miss some thrill if you know whole story. So better wait a little more as Kismet Love Paisa Dilli is expected to release all over on 5th October 2012.

Cast & Crew of Kismet Love Paisa Dilli (KLPD)
Genre : Comedy Thriller
Director : Sanjay Khanduri
Cast : Vivek Oberoi, Mallika Sherawat, Ashutosh Rana,Navin Kaushik, Bobby Vatsa
Producer : Amit Chandra, Krishan Chaudhery
Music Director : Amjad Nadeem

Ms. Sangeeta Babani painted the first Nano Art Car

Indian most fabulous latkhatia car TATA NANO gets the new look in “Nano Art in Motion” Festival.Indo-Spain Artist Ms. Sangeeta Babani was one to create the piece of art on Nano. Starting out with the concept of ‘festivity’ and ‘celebration’, Tata Motors invited Sangeeta Babani to Paint the car and the show was curated by Pradarshak Gallery.

Excited about painting on the Tata Nano, Ms Sangeeta Babani plans to interpret the theme of celebration using her signature blend of realism and abstractionism, set to the vibrant color palette for which her art is known to follow. Admitting that this is the first time she is displaying her at on a car, the artist said, “I am glad we are experimenting with this form of art and it looks challenging. I have used a lot of colors to enhance the celebratory mood. Also, since the car will visit old age homes and orphanages, I want it look cheerful.”

Translating such a mindset on to the car as a canvas, Sangeeta has excelled at recreating a narrative of celebration and festivity, spreading cheer, going by the original intention of the company, to take the car around the city of Mumbai.

Non attending of complaints at DDA, Pocket 3C, Sector 16-B, Dwarka

Subject: Complaint against Cleaning of our Society by cutting grasses/ bushes/ changing of damaged slabs of drainage / water connection to Central park Non working of peripheral road lights/ non maintaining our parks with necessary facilities.

Dear Sir,

This is to inform you that our society consisting of 528 Flats i.e DDA LIG Flats, Pocket 3C, Sector 16-B, Dwarka. Since long we are facing some problems and the same are not attended by DDA/MCD/BSES / other departments. Few of our grievances are narrated below:-

1. Surrounding areas and the open areas in our society is having tall bushes & Grasses and some residents/kids noticed snakes so many times in our society premises.

2. Peripheral roads are in very bad condition with gutters and even can’t walk inside the society which is to be re-carpeted.

3. Slabs on drainage are damaged 50% and 10% are open and need to be replaced/covered.

4. We have one Central park but without water connection due to which we are not able to maintain the park well which need to be connected immediately. Also the Central parks are without necessary items like swing, benches, High Mask Light which are to be provided so that residents can spent their time in the park.

5. Also the pavements in our Central park which made with concrete is with gutter and is un-usable as the stones are coming out, which is to be repaired with tiles so that residents can use the same. The park is also to be grass carpeted and maintained with flower shrubs / trees.

6. We have lighting facility in peripheral roads and for the last one month most of the pole lights in our peripheral Roads and the parks are not working as the bulbs of almost all lights are fuse. On enquiry they refused us to repair and requested us to contact DDA officials for the same. I have made several complaints vide complaint Nos. 12081700535, 12082201589, 12090101529 & 12090401978 on various dates and now I have no option but to write to you with the expectations that the same will be rectified immediately as the entire society is LIVING IN DARK and who will be held responsible for any kind of mis-happenings or thefts etc. etc.

7. Also the residents are fed up with about 20-25 street dogs in our society and some outsiders feed them in our society which is harmful for our residents and kids. When our guard enquired while entering our society, they threatened our guard with dire consequences.

8. We are regularly contacting the concerned departments i.e DDA/MCD/BSES/ other departments but we are not getting positive response and no action is taken by any of the departments.

We therefore, request you to please take necessary steps so that our problems are solved and our residents can live happily and peacefully.

Thanking you
Yours faithfully


Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Hard work, sincerity, honesty, parent’s blessings are the secret of our success- Dr. Kalra

Dr.R.N. Kalra is a famous cardiologist who has F.C.C.P. F.A.C.C., F.R.C.P. and M.D.(Medicine, Delhi University) degrees to his credit. He has been honoured with many prestigious awards from India and Abroad. Recently, he spoke to our Managing Editor S.S.Dogra. Excerpts:

What is the secret of your success? 
Hard work, sincerity, honesty, parent’s and elders’ blessings are the secret of our success.

What is the strength of your hospital? 
We have more than four hundred fifty dedicated staff members working day and night.

What is the scope of medical tourism in India? 
India has great potential for medical tourism. Here the treatment is economical that too with international standard. Moreover, our country has great tourist places to visit.

How comfortable is NABH for hospital? 
NABH rules should be flexible. They need to be revised. Standard of care should be there and patients comfortability should be given priority.

What is the importance of Panel system in Private hospitals? 
A private hospital is on Panel is not worthy. Because hospital gets very less amount for treatment. But still, some hospitals are running on these Panel system only with compromise. There is no watch dog to monitor this ill practice of panel system.

Please define patient-doctors relationship. 
Earlier, around 15 years back, the patients have full faith in doctors, It was family like relationship between doctors and patients. Now with the awareness, the patients’ attitude has changed. The doctors-patients relation has become untrustworthy.

Who inspired you to become a doctor? 
I wanted to become engineer and accordingly I got the admission in D.A.V. College, Jallandhar. Suddenly, my father forced me to take medical study, even my Uncle challenged me. Here, I decided to take medical study and became doctors. It was the turning point of my life.

Tell me about your faith in God and other charity work? 
I am very religious, follower of Mata Vaishno Devi. And our hospital regularly organizes free medical camp on every Sunday. Besides there is provision of daily free OPD from 9 to 11 a.m.

Any special celebration by your hospital? 
Every year, we celebrate World Heart Day in the month of September in association with World Heart Association, Geneva.

Any message for the young generation.
They should keep fit, they should eat fresh and healthy food and go for morning walk etc. regularly.

Mobile Delh PUBLIC Library at sector-7, Dwarka

Good news for 

Schools, Students, Senior citizens, 
Retired officials, House wifes 

The Delh PUBLIC Library accepted Dwarkites request for a MOBILE LIBRARY. This Mobile Library will be at Dwarka Sector 7, near CCRT will be available from 3 PM to 6 PM every Monday.

S.NoName of the PointDayArrival TimingDeparture TimingName of the Institution/Place
01Dwarka, Sector-7Monday3.00 p.m6.00 p.mC.C.R.T., Sector-7, Dwarka, New Delhi.


Jain Samaj Dwarka (Regd.) will be celebrating the Daslakshan Parva and Kshamavani Parva Mahotsava at community hall of Sanmati Kunj C.G.H.S. Ltd., Plot No.19A, Sector-6, Dwarka, New Delhi. Daslakshan Parva will be from 19th September to 30th September 2012 and Kshamavani Parva Mahotsava will be celebrated on 2nd October 2012. On 18th September 2012 at 7 AM the Pratimaji of Jinendra Bhagwan will proceed from 1008 Shri Shantinath Jin Mandir, Palamgaon to make temporary chaitalya at Sanmati Kunj.

The daily programe are as follows:

From 6 AM: Samuhik Abhishek, Shanti Dhara, Nitya Niyam Pooja, Parva Pooja

Evening 7 PM to 9 PM: Samuhik Aarti, Pravachan by Shastriji, Prashnna Manch, Cultural Programe.

Vivek Oberoi's next renamed Kismat, Love, Paisa, Dilli

PremBabu Sharma

Vivek Oberoi's next which was initially titled Gyrah Chalis Ki Last Metro has since been renamed to Kismat, Love, Paisa, Dilli (KLPD). The film which is produced by Krishan Chaudhary has been undergoing change for some time; even the star cast is modified and will include Mallika Sherawat.

Incidentally, the film has been in the headlines off late as it was taken to be the sequel to the Sanjay Khanduri's 2007 sleeper hit Ek Challis Ki Last Local, with the name Gyrah Challis Ki Last Metro doing the rounds. However, the most interesting facet of the development of this film is the signing of Mallika Sherawat.

The source goes onto add that when Sanjay and Krishan Chaudhary approached Mallika with the script of KLPD that had the actress playing a parallel lead to the actor, Mallika readily agreed to do the film as she felt the role was too good to let go off and was excited to play a content driven lead.

In the film, Mallika plays a Delhi based Punjabi bombshell who gets caught in a adventurous journey when she misses the last Metro home. Mallika would soon be back to Mumbai as the film goes on floors soon.

Krishan Chaudhary, the producer of the film, he states, "The film is called Kismat, Love, Paisa, Dilli and the film is not a sequel to Ek Chalis Ki Last Local but a new story. The only similarity between the two films is that they are comical thrillers. The film has three elements Kismat, Love and Paisa coming together in one crazy fun night in Delhi, hence the title Kismat, Love, Paisa, Dilli was apt."

Selfless Service is the only worship

Pt. Shri Ram Sharma Aacharya 

Our heart is sanctified by selfless service. Ego, hatred, jealousy, superiority complex, and many such vicious feelings are destroyed. Humility, pure love, compassion, forgiveness, mercy and such virtues are developed. Prejudice and inequality vanish. Selfishness gets uprooted. The life becomes fulfilled and generous. You will feel united with consciousness and start enjoying the bliss. Ultimately you will attain self-realization and will start seeing one and the same consciousness prevailing in all. The world is nothing but only a manifestation of the Almighty God. Service to mankind is the service to God, and this is considered as nothing but worship only.

Monday, September 24, 2012

नई फिल्म ‘‘शूद्र’’ हमारे शापित अतीत का दर्पण है

प्रेमबाबू शर्मा
वर्ण व्यवस्था भले ही हमारी बनायी गयी नहीं है, पर इसकी प्रतिक्रिया-परिणति जो सामने आयी, उसमें कहीं न कहीं हम साक्षी के रूप में शामिल है। चार वर्णों की विषमतावादी सामाजिक वर्गीकरण का परिणाम कालांतर में इतना विस्मयकारी और विनाशजन्य होगा, निश्चितरूपेण उस काल में किसी को इसका अंदेशा नहीं रहा होगा। कहते हैं मनुष्य का स्वभाव नहीं बदलता! आज भी कहीं-न-कहीं, हम उसी पाशविकता का दर्शन करते रहते हैं।

शूद्र होने का दंश कभी-न-कभी झेलना ही पड़ रहा है। लेखक-निर्देशक संजीव जायसवाल इन्हीं सामाजिक कुरीतियों - विषमताओं को लेकर, हमारे शापित -घृणित अतीत का आईना लेकर आ रहे हैं-‘‘शूद्रः द राइजिंग’’।

इस फिल्म में श्री जायसवाल ने यह दिखाने की कोशिश की है कि आज पच्चीस आडंबर लिए फिर रहे हम कितने पाशविक थे। मनुष्य-मनुष्य का ही कैसे संहारक था। कैसे किसी के जीने मरने की कुंजी किसी और के हाथ में थी। ब्राह्मण, क्षत्रिय, वैश्य, शूद्र- यह व्यवस्था सही मायने में सामाजिक विकास के लिए थी, या सोची-समझी कोई भयानक साजिश! ‘शूद्र’ में यह भी दिखाने की कोशिश की गयी है कि आज भी हमारी जीवन शैली भर बदली है, सोच में, बर्ताव में, बहुत अधिक सुधार नहीं हुआ है।

सेंसर बोर्ड के पचड़े में छह माह तक पिसने के बाद ‘‘शूद्र’’ को यू/ए प्रमाणपत्र दिया गया। इसके लिए संजीव जायसवाल ने किस-किस तरह सेंसर वालों को समझाया, यह एक अलग ही रोचक आपबीती है। ‘‘शूद्र’’ का सिनेमा घरों में जो हश्र हो, फेसबुक, यू-ट्यूब और अन्य यांत्रिक माध्यमों द्वारा जबरदस्त प्रतिसाद मिल रहा है। लगभग 200 स्वयंसेवी संस्थाएं इनके साथ हैं।

संजीव जायसवाल ने इसके पहले ‘फरेब’ का निर्माण किया था। यह उनके निर्देशन में बनी पहली फिल्म होगी। ‘शूद्र’ में अधिकांश रंगमंच के कलाकार हैं, जिन्होंने चरित्रों को अपने में आत्मसात किया है। आरिफ राजपूत, श्रीधर दुबे, गौरी शंकर, महेश बलराज ‘‘शूद्र’’ के प्रमुख योद्धा हैं। इनके साथ किरण शरद, प्रवीण बेबी, शाजी चौधरी, सत्यम चौहान, प्रिया अनंत्रम, विजय शुक्ल, अनुराग शुक्ला, अनुराग मिश्र, अमित पंचानन इत्यादि ने बेहतर कार्य किया है। यह फिल्म बुद्धिजीवी वर्ग को उद्वेलित करेगी।

The Bollywood Night of Miro Lounge at Svenska Hotel

Miro Lounge Theme Nights were launched at Svenska Design Hotel at Lokhandwala, Andheri with a rocking party organized by Black Ants Entertainment and hosted by Zia Shiekh, CEO, and Wasim Shiekh, MD, of the Swedish chain of luxury boutique designer hotels.

Zia said, “Lounge bar has a very lovely and swanky food and different kinds of mediterrian and Spanish food, Siddharth Anand and Bunny have an excellent track record of innovations and creating ground-breaking theme of night concepts.

Longinus Fernandes was the first to arrive at the launch party and was seen showing his choreography dance steps to Harish. Arjun Bijlani, Alex O'Niel came in and was heard praising the food.

Aslam Shaikh was seen chatting with Adi Irani about politics while Rajiv Paul was grooving on the music and sharing new trends on the musical scene with Abhishek Awasthi. Rajiv said, "DJ VKEY rocks the party and his music is fabulous and made my night".

Nataliya Kozehnova looking very hot and sexy in the party said "Miro Lounge has fab environment that you never get tired of." Ashish Roy was discussing with Siddharth Kanan and Sachin Shroff about the new season of Big Boss 6.

Bobby Darling and Gary Richardson was seen choosing food and very eager to taste the new & eclectic cuisine. Bobby Darling said, "Svenska always turns up excellent food and whether it is traditional Indian kebabs or experimental fusion food, the flavors are always amazing here".

Arjun Punj and Shiva were seen enjoying the party with lots of pomp and fun. DJ VKEY rocked the party with his dazzling music till the wee hours.



Rajendra Dhar

We at POLICE WATCH INDIA over a period of time have analysed the root cause of the commission of many a heinous crime and have come to the conclusion that many a times trivial issues which are ignored and brushed aside by the police keep simmering and eventually are the root cause of the commission of many a heinous crime.


Crime can and should be prevented. Truly effective prevention requires addressing causes of crime and reducing opportunities for it to occur. Everyone, no matter what age, position, or capacity, can and must take individual action to stop crime.

The problems of crime, violence, and drug abuse are best addressed though local action supported by local and state policies. Comprehensive crime prevention action plans (coordinated strategies and policies that address causes as well as occurrences of crime) are vital to long-term community success against crime.

Partnerships that actively involve the local community and its residents are the key to preventing crime. Prevention is a highly cost-effective alternative to the costs of crime to individuals, neighbourhoods, and communities. Crime prevention action should be grounded in research and tested approaches and aided by evaluation.

Preventing crime requires tailoring to local needs and conditions. Preventing crime is a responsibility of all levels and agencies of government.


Enable adults who care for children and youth to recognize and prevent situations that may put them at risk of victimization or delinquency and to provide them with the knowledge and tools to help reduce these risks.

Increase crime prevention awareness and skills in children and youth and engage them in service to their communities. Provide dynamic leadership that enables law enforcement agencies, schools, and other community partners to increase school safety.

Identify issues and trends that promote the safety of children and youth; develop and disseminate appropriate research and promising practices.

Build and expand programs proven to meet changing conditions affecting children and youth.


Develop and strengthen models that create vibrant public and public-private partnerships supporting individual and community crime prevention.

Identify and deliver best practices and lessons learned to help strengthen these partnerships, improve their effectiveness in preventing crime, and avoid redundancies.

Collaborate closely with locally focused partners and stakeholders to integrate and synchronise crime prevention campaigns, initiatives, and programmes to achieve maximum national impact against crime.

Educate national, state, and local leaders about the cost-effectiveness and other benefits of crime prevention.

Evaluate these partnerships based on mutually established goals.


To create and maintain an institutional framework for effective crime prevention.

Socio-economic development and inclusion refer to the need to integrate crime prevention into relevant social and economic policies, and to focus on the social integration of at risk communities, children, families, and youth.

Cooperation and partnerships between government ministries and authorities, civil society organisations, the business sector, and private citizens are required given the wide-ranging nature of the causes of crime and the skills and responsibilities required to address them.

Sustainability and accountability can only be achieved if adequate resources to establish and sustain programmes and evaluation are made available and clear accountability for funding, implementation, evaluation and achievement of planned results is established.

Knowledge base strategies, policies and programmes need to be based on a broad multidisciplinary foundation of knowledge, together with evidence regarding specific crime problems, their causes, and proven practices.

Human rights/rule of law/culture of lawfulness the rule of law and those human rights which are recognized in international instruments must be respected in all aspects of crime prevention, and a culture of lawfulness actively promoted.

Interdependency refers to the need for national crime prevention diagnoses and strategies to take into account, where appropriate, the links between local criminal problems and international organized crime.

The principle of differentiation calls for crime prevention strategies to pay due regard to the different needs of men and women and consider the special needs of vulnerable members of society.



Pahal social organisation (Regd) 
Blind welfare society (Regd) 

Recitation, Singing and Quiz Competitions 

Date: 2nd October'12
Time: from 10AM to 2PM.
Venue: Community hall,Govt.Servants Co-operative house building society,
 Meera Bagh, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi

Around 100 blind boys and girl students will participate in the event.


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