Saturday, 21 September 2019

India & Mangolia will Promote Art Together

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Chandigarh 21st September:- Chief Scout for India Dr. Sandeep Marwah also Chair for Indo Mongolian Film and Cultural Forum appreciated by H.E. Khaltmaagiin Battulga the President of Mongolia for his deep interest in promoting relations between two countries through art and culture here at New Delhi.
Dr. Sandeep Marwah while presenting the memento to the President, said that he is humbled to present the Chief Patronship of Indo Mongolian Film and Cultural Forum to H.E. Khaltmaagiin Battulha the President of Mongolia. We need your blessings to move further in a big way.
H.E. Khaltmaagiin Battulga accepting the Patronship of the Forum said that he is pleased to note the activities of Indo Mongolian Film and Cultural Forum and congratulate Dr. Sandeep Marwah for his efforts in developing and promoting relation between India and Mongolia. He wish him all the success.
H.E. Gonchig Ganbold Ambassador of Mongolia to India coordinated and conducted the event. Akhilesh Mishra Director General ICCR, Orgil Makhaan President of Mongolian National Film Commission, Enkh Amgalan Byambasuren Minister of Road and Transport Development of Mongolia, Undarmaa Batbayar Member of the State Great Hural were also present there.

Rotaract Club Chandigarh ShivaliK: Youth Takes Pledge to Serve the Community Today for a Better Tomorrow

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Chandigarh 21st September:- Rotaractor Shashank Kaushik was installed as the President to Rotaract club Chandigarh Shivalik for the year 2019-2020 at the at the prestigious ceremony held at Grapho, in Sector 7.
The newly installed Club President and Secretary, pledged to serve the community today to their best of the abilities for a better and brighter future.
 Rotaractor Shashank Kaushik outlined the projects the club will be undertaking in the year 2019-2020. Major projects included Mahadaan-Blood Donation Drive, Annapurna- Feeding the underprivileged, Tree Plantation Drive etc. He along with the board members will represent and head the activities of the club in and around Chandigarh.
Sharing his vision, the newly installed President said that we are the youth of the society. By harnessing the untapped power of the youth, we have the power to change our world and make it a better place. We have to be the change to bring about the change, with the help of my fellow Rotaractors, it is the opportunity to pursue my passion of social service. I will dedicate my time to servicing the nation by helping the underprivileged, creating awareness about the social issues and doing as many community services projects as we can.
He further shared that we will be awakening the power of collective effort and impact, positive effort of youth will help in fulfilling Rotary’s theme ‘Rotary Connects the World’ as well as the theme of the club ‘Together for Good’.
The newly elected board members were pinned by the Guests of honour. Then the President of Rotary Club Chandigarh Rtn. Aneesh Bhanot shared the words of wisdom guiding every member of the club. DRR Ishita Kaith also stated about the works of RCCS over the last few years and her expectations for the next year.
Garima Madan, the club secretary concluded the meeting with her insights as to what the club aims to achieve and provide to everyone.

‘SPEAK India’ to organize One Day Seminar on the Theme of ‘Clean Environment, Healthy life’

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Chandigarh 21st September:- SPEAK India (Society for Promotion of Ethical & Affordable health Care) in collaboration with Post-graduate Government College 46-B is organizing one day seminar on the theme of ‘Clean environment Healthy life’ on September 24 from 10 am onwards.
This will focus o n the fact that diseases are caused due to maladjustment of the living organisms to the environment and most ill health conditions are preventable. Dr. R. Kumar President of SPEAK India, said that we want to involve youth in the process of making society healthier.
K.S. Pannu Secretary Govt of Punjab and in-charge Tandrust Punjab will be the chief guest. Justice Pritampal will chair the session. Other Principal speakers will be Dr. S.K. Jindal, Dr. Ajay Duseja, Dr. Ravinder Khaiwal and Ms. Harvinder Khetal.  
The seminar will also caution about the abuse of medicines, diagnostic tests, and avoidable exploitation of medical resources by the patients and doctors. It will also familiarize the audience with, the website for public health education.

2nd Day of Holistic Healing Conference:Perspective of Healing Modalities Discussed

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Mohali 21st September:- The second day of ongoing 3-day international conference on integrative medicine & holistic healing at NIPER, Mohali on Saturday brought together some of the brightest minds in field of medicine and alternative therapies, where ancient wisdom came across modern technology. World-renowned speakers, leaders, and other thinkers discussed present day healthcare. The quest was to expand and deepen understanding and experience of relation with nature with the lens of science, medicine, holistic healing and spirituality.
The day started with a session by Charanjeet Kaur from The Earthy Adobe, Mirror Meditation on ‘going deep within and inner healing and change.’
This was followed by demonstration of emotional freedom technique by unlocking our inner healing power which is highly effective process with impressive benefits by Dr Vijay Girdhar, HOD Psychiatry deptt, GMSH sector 16 Chandigarh.
Pt. Manish Uprety from Fellow Royal Asiatic Society and co-founder of the Ayush Darpan Foundation talked about on how Ayurveda could help in providing effective healthcare and wellness especially in the context of developing countries.
Rachna Gupta, Chairperson & Meditation Trainer, Swami Vivekanand Pyramid Trust Ludhiana talked on ‘guided anapanasati meditation - from breath to healing.’
Dr Sachin Gupta, noted medical oncologist from Max Hospital, Mohali and a promoter of organic lifestyle, yoga & mind/soul healing talked about personalized cancer medicine, changing landscape of cancer treatment with targeted therapies and immunotherapy.
He said allopathic medicine focuses mainly on physical well-being while emotional, social and spiritual aspects of health are not given due recognition as an important component for healing. But today it is being proved that it is our thoughts and emotions that can create health and dissolve diseases. Both science and spirituality can be united under medical spirituality in a shared approach that deepens our understanding of human health and wellbeing, asserted Dr Sachin.
Dr. Manish Singhal an oncologist talked about future of cancer medicine, treating cancer in 2040 and can we treat cancer without chemotherapy?
Anil Sinha, quantum coach and personal transformation consultant talked about alignment of consciousness and how it helped in healing.
Energy healer and spiritual guide, Ochune from The Quantum Clinic spoke about activation of the universe within you for health, abundance, love & bliss.
Arjun Kamboj, astral traveler and healer discussed about role of spirit guides and angels in healing our lives.
Sanj Hall a traveling yogi, sound artist and a gong teacher presented his views on sound healing and how it benefits patients in their healing of chronic ailments.
There was also a parallel session by Yoga Specialist Hugo from Yogamoreshala on Yoga: wellness & awareness through Yoga.
The day ended with an Equinox Ceremony with was led by Mexicans Miktlan Ehektateotl Kwauhtlinxan and Michelle D. Button both peace advocates and wisdom keepers.

Session on Instilling Soft Skills and Road Safety organized at CII Chandigarh

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Chandigarh 21st September:- CII organized a Session on Instilling Soft Skills and Road Safety at its Northern Region Headquarters, Chandigarh, today in collaboration with Radisson Hotel Group and Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India. The objective of the same was to highlight and emphasize on the importance of taking measures on Road Safety and to educate the target group of drivers to inculcate safe driving habits. It also aimed to create awareness about their individual physical & mental fitness and to inculcate basic soft skills to establish better service standards for their customers.
Jaswinder Singh, DSP–Traffic, Chandigarh was the key speaker at the session who educated the attendees about the recent developments in the  Motor Vehicle Act, Traffic Rules, Common mistakes while driving, Meaning of sign boards on road and many more crucial touch points. He urged the participants to adhere to the traffic rules and drive with utmost caution to ensure minimum loss to life and property. 
It was also deliberated that approximately 1.4 lakh lives were lost last year, merely due to road accidents. Such mis-happenings also add to fiscal losses and impact the GDP of the nation.
Expressing his views upon the contemporary taxi services, Manmohan Kohli, Co- Chairman, CII NR Committee on Tourism & Hospitality and CEO–Aroma Group said that whenever we recall our cab visit, we tend to remember our interaction with and the service quality of our driver. He acts as the first point contact and hence play a vital role in the entire trade eco-system.
Supriyo Ghoshal, GM (Lubes), Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, Punjab State Office, Chandigarh also graced the occasion and opined that Chandigarh has perhaps the best traffic management in entire country and people too have a good traffic sense. He also motivated the attendees to ensure their contribution to road safety in the city and maintain quality services.
Taxi operations are on the rise and have become a critical part of public transport. It is vital to not only ensure a safe, comfortable and quality ride for the public while taking care of the needs of women, elderly and differently abled, but also to make sure that drivers are treated with equal respect and dignity.
The session was well attended by around 150 participants.

State Level Meeting Held on ‘Foster Care Under Juvenile Justice Act 2015’ and ‘Need of Quality Services for Children to Protect their Well-Being’

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Chandigarh 21st September:- While focusing on ‘Foster Care Under Juvenile Justice Act 2015’ and ‘Need of quality services for children to protect their well-being’, a state level meeting held here at convention hall of Chandigarh Judicial Academy.
Hon’ble Justice Jaswant Singh, Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court, in his key note address said that no doubt, studies show that children who receive adequate parental supervision are less likely to engage in criminal activities. Family is the first crucial group in the life of child and no one can say at birth that a child will not inevitably become a delinquent nor it can be said that it will inevitably remain a law-abiding citizen.
However, ‘Juvenile Justice (care and protection of children) Act 2015’ is a landmark legislation which has been enacted to consolidate and amend the law relating to children alleged and found to be in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection by catering to their basic needs through proper care, protection, development, treatment, social reintegration, Hon’ble Judge added.
Hon’ble Judge further said that this entire ambit of services is to be provided to the child by adopting a child-friendly approach in the adjudication and disposal of matters in the best interest of children.
While elaborating about the passing of the first Juvenile Justice Act 1986 and following the Beijing Rules to ratification of UNCRC in 1992 and the successive Acts thereafter, he said these are an extensive, inclusive and systematic structures of services for children requiring care and protection of the state and the manner of execution in the way that are child friendly at every step of the way.
Hon’ble Judge also said about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Child which recognizes the child right to alternative family care under Article 20 and 21. He also said that the Indian Constitution unequivocally protects the rights of the child under Article 15(3).  However, Articles 14, 19 and 21 also protect the best interests of child.
Hon’ble Justice Jaswant Singh also told about certain standards of care under which he elaborated in detail regarding need of quality services for children in order to protect their well-being.  
Hon’ble Justice Jaswant Singh, also added that through such workshop we have an opportunity to deliberate on how to promote the concept of Foster Care with the sole aim of reducing the child’s period of stay in institutions and increasing family-based care for children.
Hon’ble Justice Jaswant Singh also asked all the distinguished personalities present in the workshop to take pledge today about conscious effort to reduce the period of stay of children in the institutions and find families for all children keeping the principles of Best Interest of the Child in mind.
However, other distinguished personalities including Dr. K P Singh DG, state vigilance bureau, Haryana, Ms Vasundhra MD, Centre of Excellence in Alternative Care, Dr. Vageshwari Deswal, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Amod k Kanth, general secretary, Prayas and Neil Robert, co-ordinator, Chandigarh legal services Authority also addressed the ‘meeting’.