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Friday, October 14, 2016

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Saturday, January 2, 2016

Pathankot attack: Former International medallist Fateh Singh martyred

Source:- Intoday


Former International rifle shooter Subehdar Major (Retd) Fateh Singh, who won a gold and silver for India at 1st Commonwealth Shooting Championship in the capital back in 1995, today was martyred while fighting terrorist in Pathankot.

Former International rifle shooter Subehdar Major (Retd) Fateh Singh, who won a gold and silver for India at 1st Commonwealth Shooting Championship in the capital back in 1995, today was martyred while fighting terrorist in Pathankot. Singh was 51 years old and was a part of the Defence Security Core (DSC).
He was posted with the Dogra regiment. Parent body of shooting National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) condoled the death of the former India international who lost his life while fighting for his motherland. "Subedar Fateh Singh sacrificed his life while fighting for his motherland at Air Base Pathankot today during an attack of militants.
Subedar Fateh Singh was a legendary Big Bore shooter. He won Gold and a Silver medal during 1st Commonwealth Shooting Championship held at New Delhi in 1995," the release stated. NRAI president Raninder Singh said: "The country has lost its beloved son and a sharp shooter. May Almighty grant peace to the Great Soldier. "The Shooting fraternity pray for the departed soul and hope the Almighty give strength to the family of this great soldier to bear with their irreparable loss.

Even on Day Two, Delhi’s clean air plan seems to work

Source:- The Indian Express

On Saturday, Day 2 of Delhi’s odd-even road-rationing policy to combat air pollution, even-numbered cars rolled out — and the experiment seemed to continue to work. With not many violations reported through the day, and with even fewer reports of traffic congestion, the Delhi government claimed late in the evening that after two days of the intervention, pollution levels had fallen in the city.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who uses an odd-numbered car, cycled to the All India Radio (AIR) office from his Mathura Road residence at 8.30 am. He took questions from callers on the odd-even policy, and then rode to the Delhi Secretariat.

ALSO READ: READ: Delhi on Day One: The Oddacity of Hope “This 15-day rule is a pilot project. We intended to make it a public revolutionary movement without which it would not have been possible. After the 15-day period, we will review the response and the effect of the drive and accordingly decide on the next course of action,” Rai said. Late on Saturday evening, the Delhi government released air quality monitoring data, and claimed a dip in particulate emissions — PM 10, which is smaller than 10 microns in diameter, and PM 2.5, which is smaller than 2.5 microns in diameter. Based on data of particulate matter collected from 24 locations on January 1, the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) claimed that the levels of both PM 10 and PM 2.5 had dropped in comparison with the same dates last year. While areas like Dyal Singh College and colonies like Kasturba Nagar recorded a particulate matter value of 149 micrograms per cubic metre, in colonies like Patparganj in East Delhi, the levels crossed 500 micrograms per cubic metre. For each location, data on seven pollutants were collected for 20 minutes, and the average of that data was calculated, scientists said. According to the DPCC, on an average, PM 2.5 hovered around 250 micrograms per cubic metre. PM 10 was in the range of 149-503, according to data from the mobile machines. According to the Delhi government, areas like Rohtas Nagar, Patparganj and Kondli, which border Uttar Pradesh, are showing higher levels of air pollution as compared to areas in the central parts of Delhi. Border areas like Anand Vihar, which bear the brunt of vehicular pollution, including entry of trucks from UP, are also showing higher pollution levels. In a statement, the Delhi government said on Saturday evening that governments of NCR states “need to take immediate steps to supplement the efforts of Delhi government.” 

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Average annual income of India's affluent is Rs 1.5m: Visa

NEW DELHI: The average annual household income of India'saffluent is Rs 1.5 million while the average age is 34 years, younger than most Asia Pacific markets, a report says. 

As per the Visa Affluent Index, that was calculated by asking respondents whether they plan to increase or decrease their discretionary spending, India was ranked third. The list was topped by Indonesia followed by China. 

The Visa Affluent Study 2015 was conducted across affluent consumers in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and India. 

The survey noted that majority of India's affluent are optimistic about the country's economic situation, with 74 per cent believing that it will improve in the next one year. 

The positive sentiment is also highlighted in their outlook about their personal and household incomes, with 80 per cent expecting their personal incomes to increase and 78 per cent expecting their household incomes to rise, in the coming year. 

The study said, 8 in 10 believe their personal and household income will increase in coming year and they also plan to spend more on discretionary item. 

"Spending time with family and investing in a good future continues to take priority. While there is also an emergence of preference for purchasing art and also a strong consciousness to think and invest for the social good of the society," T R Ramachandran, Group Country Manager, Visa India & South Asia said. 

The survey showed, in India, young and emerging affluent lead the way in art buying with almost two-thirds of buyers in the age group of 25-35. Art buying also skews towards the upper affluent and mostly appeals to those who seek to differentiate themselves through exclusivity or by displaying their social standing. 

The Visa Affluent Study 2015 was conducted between November and December 2014 by TNS Singapore on behalf of Visa. The study included male and female card holders between the ages 18-55 years old with a defined minimum income.

Source:TOI