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Even as the U.S. Senate introduced a bipartisan resolution calling for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress in late September, the prospect of his delivering such an address appeared to grow dimmer this week, with the Indian side shrouded in uncertainty as they awaited news from the Speaker of the House of Representatives on when the ongoing session of Congress would terminate.

With Republicans especially keen to kick off their campaigns for the November mid-term elections, proposals for Mr. Modi’s address on Capitol Hill during the final week of September are likely to be shelved if the current session ends on September 19, instead of on October 2, as it is currently scheduled.

 

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A Congressman representing Bhilwara, Rajasthan in the Lok Shabha, Dr. C. P Joshi is the Member of Parliament and General Secretary, All India Congress Committee . He embarked on his first term in the Indian Parliament in May 2009 heading the Union Ministry for Rural Development and Panchayti Raj. He later took charge of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and twice held the additional charge of Railways. A veteran politician he has been a member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly for four terms and has represented his native town Nathdwara. He has been a Minister of Panchayati Raj, Education, Rural Development, Public Health Policy and Planning and Information Technology, Government of Rajasthan. An academician he holds double masters degrees (Physics and Psychology), is a qualified lawyer who did his PhD in Psychology. He started as his career as a lecturer at the M. B. College, Udaipur and later became Professor of Psychology at Udaipur’s Mohanlal Sukhadia University..

 

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A BJP leader, Vasundhara Raje is an Indian politician. She is the current Chief Minister of Rajasthan. She served in the same post from 2003 to 2008. She is the first female Chief Minister of Rajasthan. Smt. Vasundhara Raje was born on March 8, 1953 in Mumbai. She is the daughter of the last reigning maharaja of Gwalior of pre-Independence, Jivaji Rao Scindia, and Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia, who was a political leader in the post-Independence India. Remaining 97% goes into salaries,pensions & interest expenditure.In such circumstances it has become essential for us to develop PPP Models.Now,we face enormous Challenge of development that can be understood by the fact that our Govt can spend only Rs 3 out of 100 on growth work.

 

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New Delhi: Veteran anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare has decided to part ways with his former supporter and now politician Arvind Kejriwal. He charged Kejriwal terming him greedy for power and money. He also said that now he finds it difficult to vote for 'Aam Aadmi Party' as they are marching on the same path like other corrupt parties. "I thought that I will go with AAP as far as voting is concerned but now I find it difficult. The party is moving on the same path of 'money through power and power through money'. Kejriwal has become greedy of power," said the anti-graft movement crusader. Hazare was replying to the reporters when he said these harsh words to Kejriwal and his party AAP. Earlier, Hazare had confirmed his vote to Kejriwal's party and said that he will stand in full support of his party if he will place good and honest candidates. He had also promised to do the campaign for Kejriwal's party if he will fight against Union minister Kapil Sibal.

 

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Dr Kiran Bedi - Biography Dr Kiran Bedi is one of the most admired Indian celebrities. She is also India’s first and highest ranking woman officer who joined the Indian Police Service in 1972. She sought voluntary retirement in the year 2007. She has played many roles in her life. Dr Kiren Bedi has lived in the role of a fearless and daring Officer for 35 years of service. She has also been a Lecturer and Tennis Champion. She has authored several books and had been an actress and anchor for radio and television shows. She also has been a columnist with leading newspapers and magazines. She is a sought after speaker on social, professional and leadership issues. She is seen in the 'No Marks' Advertisement where she saying getting a clean reputation is not an easy job. She also made her television debut as host and judge of the show ‘Aapki Kacheri Kiren ke saath’ which has resolved several quarrels and problems amicably in one sitting without going to the Court which may take years to solve it. The documentary made on Kiran Bedi’s life (Yes Madam, Sir) by Australian film maker Megan Doneman was the winner of the Best Documentary Award with a cash award of $100,000 and Social Justice Award with $2500 at Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Another documentary on her, In Gandhi's footsteps, also was awarded the Best Documentary at the Indo-American Film Festival in Atlanta.

 

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Early life Baba Ramdev was born on 11 January 1971 as Ramkrishna Yadav to Ram Nivas Yadav and Gulabo Devi in the Alipur village of Mahendragarh district in Haryana state of India.[6] He then studied Indian scripture, Yoga and Sanskrit in various gurukuls. He became a sanyasi & eventually came to be called with his popular name "Baba Ramdev". While living in Kalva Gurukul of Jind district in Haryana, he offered free yoga training to villagers for some time. Then he moved to Haridwar, Uttarakhand and spent several years studying ancient Indian scriptures at Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya. This included a rare book of Aurobindo Ghosh, Yogik Sadhan, translated from Bengali into Hindi by Ram Prasad Bismil. After reading this small booklet (en. yaugika-sadhana) he went to the caves of Himalaya and practised intense self-discipline and meditation. Beginning of public life He entered prominence when he started the Divya Yog Mandir Trust with the company of Acharya Nitin Soni. In 2003, Aastha TV began featuring him in its morning yoga slot. Within a few years, he had gathered a huge following. The New York Times called him "an Indian, who built Yoga Empire, a product and symbol of the New India, a yogic fusion of Richard Simmons, Dr. Oz and Oprah Winfrey, irrepressible and bursting with Vedic wisdom." A large number of people and many celebrities in India and abroad have attended his yoga camps. He has taught yoga to many actors including Amitabh Bachchan and Shilpa Shetty. He has also taught yoga in the British Parliament, at the MD Anderson Cancer Center affiliated to the University of Texas and at the seminary of Muslim clerics at Deoband in Uttar Pradesh, becoming the first ever non-Muslim to publicly address the deobandi Muslim clerics. Apart from making Yoga a household word in India, he has also taught Yoga in Britain, USA and Japan among other countries. Soon after getting popular outside India, he was invited by Kofi Annan in 2006 to deliver a lecture on poverty alleviation in a United Nations conference.

 

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Next in our series is noted social worker and educationist Dr. Uma Tuli from Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust in India, a partner organisation of AFP. Umaji has been honoured by numerous awards for her pioneering work in the disability sector in India. She is widely known for her holistic approach towards education of persons with disabilities and today we are talking to her to get a glimpse of her life and work at Amar Jyoti.Umaji: It makes me feel very humble. The award is a recognition of the hard work of everybody at Amar Jyoti. It’s an acknowledgement of the entire team’s achievement and the whole team is honoured with this award. GY:What inspired you to take on the issue of disability in India? Umaji:The urge for social work was there right from my childhood. But what moved me profoundly was a personal trauma. My young brother met a terrible accident in 1965 and lost his leg. We had to rush from one hospital to another to get him treated but it was extremely difficult. Around that time Indo-Pakistan war was being fought at the front. The armed struggle had led to countless casualties and the hospitals were flooded with injured patients. It was a very tragic and frustrating experience. Seeing people struggling so hard to cope up with their disability – natural or forced, was very painful and it strengthened my desire to fight for this at broader level.

 

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With his family, Anand Burman owns more than two-thirds of consumer goods firm Dabur, which makes an array of products such as ayurvedic medicines, fruit juices and hair oil. Shares of the $1.1 billion (revenues) firm, which recently entered the male-grooming market with a new facial bleach, rose 30% in past year. The family's newest investment is in a healthcare joint venture with UK-based Healthcare At Home. Cousin Mohit co-owns teams in cricket, hockey and badminton leagues.

 

 

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Naveen Jindal has always believed that growing together with customers, employees, shareholders and communities is the essence of being a good corporate citizen. When he took over the reigns of the Raigarh operations of Jindal Strips Limited (JSL) in 1993, the company was a moderately performing enterprise. It was his vision and farsightedness to pursue innovative approaches and optimise operational efficiencies. All this with a view to providing 'total solutions' to all the stakeholders. Sponge iron was the backbone of the Raigarh operations. One of the first decisions he took was to bring global economies of scale in the company's sponge iron production. Today, we are proud that JSPL has the largest coal-based sponge iron manufacturing capacity in the world and produces sponge iron at the lowest possible cost. Naveen also realised that reduction in costs was the guiding principle for long-term growth and profitability. Hence the commissioning of the new blast furnace not only enhanced the steel-making capacity but also reduced the cost of production. Continuing in the path of forward integration, he took the decision to set up the Rail and Universal Beam mill, which manufactures the world's longest rails in the country, and also parallel flange beams and columns in large sizes for the first time in India. World-class products from the state-of-the- art manufacturing facility has put JSPL among the best in the industry.

 

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Worth $43 billion in 2008 when he was the world's fifth richest person, Mukesh Ambani has seen a steep decline in his fortune since then, a $2.9 billion drop in the past year alone. Regardless he remains India's richest person and is still bullish; says he plans to invest $25 billion in his businesses over the next 2 years. Amid falling output from his Reliance Industries' KG-D6 offshore oilfield, the government finally approved the doubling of the nation's gas prices, effective April. This decision, which his oil giant and its partner BP had long lobbied for, once again sparked allegations it had deliberately suppressed output and hoarded gas. The company has denied wrongdoing but faces a criminal investigation instigated by anti-graft crusader Arvind Kejriwal, founder of the Common Man's Party who recently alleged that Ambani is "running the government". Ambani is contemplating suing him for defamation. Meantime, his telecom arm Reliance Jio Infocomm which is preparing to roll out 4G services with help from brother Anil's company, snatched additional telecom spectrum for $1.8 billion in a February auction. A vegetarian and animal lover, Ambani recently banned his Reliance Retail chain from selling non-vegetarian items. His older son Akash, an undergrad from Brown University, has started working at Reliance Jio.

 

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Ending years of speculation, Nita Ambani, wife of Reliance Industries ’ chairman Mukesh Ambani, India’s richest person, joined the board of the oil and gas giant after shareholders approved her appointment at the company’s annual general meeting Wednesday. Nita, 50, is the first woman director on Reliance’s 14-member board and takes the place of Mukesh’s uncle Ramniklal Ambani who stepped down at the age of 90. Photos of the Ambani couple accompanied by Mukesh’s mother Kokilaben and their sons Akash and Anant, were featured prominently on the front pages of the country’s financial newspapers this morning. This headline-grabbing appointment can, at one level, be considered as a neat solution to the mandate imposed by the Securities & Exchange Board of India earlier this year that listed companies are required to have a woman director on their boards by October. (The market regulator hasn’t said that the person should be ‘independent’). Reliance is India’s fourth most valuable company with a market cap of $31.2 billion. /p>

 

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