‘No Tolerance Drive’ neih-ah Inrinni kal ta thleng khan lirthei chi hrang hrang 640 man tawh By 9 views Kar kal ta Thawhtanni a\anga Aizawl Traffic Police leh Transport Department Enforcement Staff-ten ngaihhna thiamna tel loa lirthei enfiahna ‘ No Tolerance Drive ‘ an neih-ah Inrinni kal ta thleng khan lirthei chi hrang hrang 640 an man tawh a, Aizawl hmun hrang hrang-ah No Tolerance Drive hi chhunzawm zel a ni. An motor man tawh, 640 zinga 328 hian dan an bawhchhiat avangin Rs. 3,14,000 an chawi a. A bak 312 chu a rang thei ang bera an documet lam tura hriattir an ni. Traffic Police-te hian Aizawl khawpui chhung hmun hrang hrangah No Tolerance Drive hi chhunzawm zel an tum bawk. Kumin January a\anga November thla thleng khan dan bawhchhiaa lirthei khalh 12,043 an man tawh a, heng zinga 7,367 chu Two Wheeler a ni a, Light Motor Vehicle 2,421 an man bawk. Octrober thla khan lirthei chi hrang hrang 2,094 an man a, thla khat chhunga an man tam ber \um a ni a. November thla thlenga lirthei chi hrang hrang 12,043 an mante hian Rs. 40,20,700 an chawi tawh a ni.
Thursday, December 21 2017
Thursday, December 21 2017
Lunglei khawpuia bawlhhlawh sawngbawlna, Solid Waste Management Centre din nan DoNER atangin cheng vbc 6 dawng By 9 views Lunglei khawpuia bawlhhlawh sawngbawlna, Solid Waste Management Centre din nan Mizoram sorkar-in DoNER Ministry a\angin cheng vaibelchhe 6 a dawng. He Project hi Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) sum hmanga thawh tur a ni a, Solid Waste Management Centre changtlung tak din a ni ang. Hemi hnuaiah hian bawlhhlawh \awih thei, lei \ha-a siam te, bawlhhlawh \awih thei lo hman \angkai theih tura sawngbawlna leh bawlhhlawh hman tlak tawh loh phum bo-na hmunte siam a ni dawn a ni. UD&PA Minister, Pu Zodintluanga chuan, he Project pawmpuina chu tun hnai khan DoNER Ministry a\anga dawn a nih thu Zonet a hrilh a, hna \an a nih thuai theih nan DoNER Ministry-in inkaihhruaina dan a siam zul zuiin, Tender chhuah thuai a nih tur thu leh he Project hi Ministry-in a pawm beisei a nih avangin Lungleia Solid Waste Management Centre dinna tur kawng pawh NEDP sum hmanga laih zawh vek tawh a nih thu a sawi. Pu Zodintluanga chuan, hetiang Project hi Kolasib leh Aizawlah bawhzui mek a nih thu a sawi a. Tuiriala bawlhhlawh halna hmun chu mipui tan a hrisel loh avangin, a thlakna tur siam mek a nih thu leh rei loteah hman theiha peih fel beisei a nih thu a sawi bawk.
Thursday, December 21 2017
Mizoram University Central Library-in New Market Police Beat Post bulah leh Mizoram University Park-ah Little Free Library hawng By 8 views Vawiin khan Mizoram University Central Library chuan,New Market Police Beat Post bulah leh Mizoram University Park-ah Little Free Library an hawng a, a duh apiang tana hman theihin an dah. He Little Free Library hi miten hun awl an hnawh khah nana chhiar tur chhawp chhuah te, mi thinlunga lehkhabu chhiar ch^kna tuh thar leh a nih leh theih nante buatsaih a ni a. Lehkhabu chhiartuten an chhiar tawh hnu dah let \ha se, a tam thei ang berin hmang \angkai se an duh thu an sawi. A duh apiang tan lehkhabu thawh theih reng a ni bawk a ni. Little Free Library hi Mizoram University-a Central Library leh mimal \hahnemngaiten an din a ni.
Tuesday, December 19 2017
Sohan Lal Commodity Management (SLCM) , India’s leading agri services solutions provider having operations across India & Myanmar, has won SCMPro’s 3rd Logistics & Supply Chain Awards 2017 in the ‘Enabler Awards’ category for providing innovative value added warehousing and supply chain services. Ms. Varnika Kukreja, GM- Corp. Comm. at SLCM received the award from Mr. Girish V S, Executive Director, Institute of Supply Chain Management, India at the 3rd Asian Supply Chain Thought Leadership Summit organized on 16th December 2017 at Hotel Orchid, Mumbai. SLCM is an ISO certified global post-harvest agri-warehousing group providing one-stop integrated solutions with a diversified portfolio of services ranging from Warehouse Management, Agriculture Financing and Collateral Management to Procurement. The group currently manages 2100 warehouses and 19 cold storages across India using a proprietary scientific storage management system ‘AGRI REACH’. The efficacy of ‘AGRI REACH’ has been attested in a study conducted by industry body FICCI which found that storage losses can be reduced to a minimal 0.5 percent using AGRI REACH. Speaking about the Award, SLCM Group CEO Sandeep Sabharwal said, “At SLCM, we provide a scientific and technologically robust, system oriented logistic solutions that ensures minimal to negligible losses. Our tie-ups with leading international and national financial institutions enable us to render a truly innovative and one-stop solution to our clients. We are thankful to SCMPro for giving us this platform to deliberate on issues concerning the industry and the esteemed jury for recognizing our work. We will continue to innovate and work towards improving industry standards in our country”. SCMPro Logistics & Supply Chain Awards 2017 is the India’s most coveted neutral third-party recognition of leadership in the supply chain domain in the country. It recognizes the success of both individuals and corporate entities in the Indian Logistics Sector and in the process rewards their strategy, performance and goals. It also aims to inspire a comprehensive exchange of ideas and best practices in India besides identifying models for service excellence. The Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMPro) is a thought leadership magazine for the supply chain professional from the Institute of Supply Chain Management, India’s premier supply chain education, research, and consulting firm.
Tuesday, December 19 2017
Indian HR Convention 2017 and HDM (Human Resource, Development and Management) Awards and Recognitions, the stage where HR Heads, HR Consultants, HR experts from the business meet up with a learning and process, concluded on December 15 at The Radisson, Gurugram. The occasion drew industry pioneers, including experts from across India. The Convention was organized by Wafisilpa Entertainments. The agenda of the event focused on “Worldwide Challenges for HR Professionals” from an Indian point of view. “The current year’s Indian HR Convention united Indian pioneers in industry and the scholarly world to help facilitate the HR Development, Advanced Recruitment Planning, Human Resource Management and Innovation in HR Technologies “ said Wafisilpa Entertainments Director, Talees Rizvi. “Indian HR Convention marks its conclusion at the ninth year this December. We are celebrating tenth Anniversary next year and are thinking of organizing India’s Largest HR Conference and HR Expo under one rooftop with a footfall of around 5000 experts from Industry and consulting organizations”. The Convention highlighted Talees Rizvi, Wafisilpa Entertainments as the Conference Director with dynamic Keynotes on Challenges for Human Resource Professionals from some reputed speakers: Mr. Abbas Jalis Rizvi, Ericsson, Head Operations Excellence, HR Global Operations Mr. Deepak Behl, The Park Hotels, Director HR Mr. Praveen Menon, IndiaFirst Life Insurance, Chief People Officer Mr. S. C. Misra, ONGC Tripura Power Company Ltd., Addl. General Manager (HR & Admin) Ms. Monika Marwah, Talent Acquisition Lead, NCR Corporation Mr. Kaushik Chakraborty, JLL, Director- HR Business Partner, Head of L&D and CSR Mr. S. H. Zaidi, Rizvi & Company, Partner Mr. Anshumali Saxena, Interactiveye, Founder The “Indian HR Convention” additionally facilitated the “HDM Awards and Recognitions”, a felicitation of HR experts from over the Industry. HDM recognizes the extraordinary work done by the HR experts and groups. The Team of Indian Convention thanks patrons and sponsors, which include Media Today, ONGC Tripura Power Company, LCZF, Legaprenure, Interactiveye. The media partners to event are Human Capital Online and ForPressRelease.com who contributed to make the event a great success.
Tuesday, December 19 2017
element14.com , the world’s largest electronic design community, has announced the winners of its ‘IoT on Wheels’ design challenge, sponsored by STMicroelectronics. The contest demonstrates the impact of IoT-connected transportation solutions through original prototypes created by element14 community members, exemplifying the critical role technology plays in making transportation safer, smarter and more efficient. This latest design challenge from element14, the development distributor, underscores the company’s commitment to drive innovation and be a champion for makers as they use technology to change the world for the better. Over the course of 11 weeks, the participants focused on design, research, prototyping, coding and testing their IoT-connected transportation solutions and posted frequent blog posts throughout the process on their element14 project pages. To help build their projects, each participant received a complimentary kit from STMicroelectronics containing the STM32 Nucleo MCU development board along with a sensor expansion board, Bluetooth LE expansion board, and WiFi expansion board. The top three winners are: Grand Prize Winner – Traffic Predictor and Auto Pilot by Dixon Selvan – A traffic scanner using sonar technology, the device saves and uploads traffic data and uses the information to help people “avoid traffic like a bat.” As part of his design, Selvan created a motorized servo rig to attach to his motorbike that holds the sonar and STM32 Nucleo board steady as he zooms through open roads. Runner Up – Konker Connection by Douglas Wong – To make off-roading motorbiking adventures safer, Wong used the STM 32 Nucleo to monitor his GPS location, the position of his bike and the resonance sound of the gas tank to determine how much gas remains. As part of his design process, Wong used 3D printing on a curved gas tank and reverse engineered some of the Nucleo pin outs. Third Prize – Smart Drive by Sergey Vlasov – An open, public, Big-Data project to collect “red flag warnings” like emergency breaking or crash detection that would be logged and quickly shared with other drivers in close proximity to an accident. Dianne Kibbey, Global Head of Community and Social Media, element14 said : “We were blown away by all of the innovative designs the element14 community came up with for the ‘IoT on Wheels’ challenge and how they all showcased the integral role the Internet of Things plays in transportation. When we think about IoT, many of us just think about smart homes and wearables, but it is also playing a major role in making transportation safer and more efficient by making connected cars a reality.” ‘IoT on Wheels’ is the latest of the four design challenges held this year by the element14 community and element14, the development distributor , which have all highlighted the ongoing role the community plays in driving innovation forward. The judges included element14 top member, Rachael Peterson, experts from STMicroelectronics and Loughborough University’s Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electronic, and Manufacturing Engineering.
Friday, December 15 2017
Ambuja Cement Ltd., one of the leading cement majors in India, has been conferred with two prestigious recognitions – National Award for Environmental Excellence for the year 2015-2016 and Best Technical Paper Award – at the recently concluded 15th NCB International Seminar held in New Delhi. Maratha Cement Works plant in Maharashtra was honoured for its best environment practices that have been creating awareness, promoting best practices and building capacities towards environmental sustainability. The Company has received the Best Paper Award for its technical paper – A Study of Mineralogy and Microstructure of Clinker by XRD and Microscopy – presented under the joint authorship of Rabriyawas plant and Corporate Quality. Ambuja’s report was among the 10 best papers shortlisted from 200 papers. Commenting on the achievements, Ambuja Cement MD & CEO Ajay Kapur said, “We, at Ambuja, constantly keep pushing the envelope to achieve best within ourselves . We are proud that our teams have been acknowledged at this prestigious NCB platform in the criteria that resonate our vision and reinforces that we continue to embed environmental and social considerations in business decisions driven by best practices. These acknowledgments keep motivating us to strive for best results”. Ambuja presented 22 technical papers showcasing new methodologies, technologies and best practices among others during the four-day seminar held by National Council for Cement and Building Materials (NCB), a premier body that works to promote research and scientific work in cement and building materials trade and industry. Ambuja also led technical sessions through six of our leadership- three as chairmen and three as co-chairmen at each session. The 15th edition of NCB International Seminar on Cement, Concrete and Building Materials focused on reviewing the developments in the areas of alternative fuels and raw materials, climate change, emissions control, CDM, ready-mix concrete and nano-technology etc. The seminar saw participation from the captains of the industry, which includes planners, policy makers and technocrats as well as the scientific and engineering community. Hundreds of participants from India and overseas came together on this common platform to share knowledge and discuss the finest innovations that are taking India’s growth story forward.
Tuesday, December 19 2017
Liva Protégé is a unique talent hunt competition which gives young fashion designers an opportunity to showcase their talent to the fashion industry. This year, the scope of the competition gets bigger as the Liva Protégé 2017 winners will launch their collections exclusively on The Designer Boutique at Amazon.in and enjoy an easy access to millions of nationwide customers. The third edition of Liva Protégé received over 3,000 applications from across 190 institutes. Mr. Dilip Gaur, Business Director, Pulp and Fiber Business, Aditya Birla Group and Managing Director Grasim Industries said, “Liva Protégé is an excellent initiative which showcases young fashion designers to be mentored by renowned designers and gives them an opportunity to be industry ready”. Over 190 institutes participated in the 3 rd edition of Liva Protégé Talent Hunt which had entries from across 50 cities with over 3000 students applying for the competition. In addition to the major metros, this year had participation from tier II cities like Ambala, Ludhiana, Kanpur amongst others. There were two rounds of short-listing the candidates. The students were divided in 6 zones and were allotted an ace designer as a mentor. Nida Mahmood (Delhi), Pallavi Singhee (Kolkata), Anand Kabra (Hyderabad), Anshu Arora Sen(Bengaluru), Priyadarshini Rao(Mumbai) & Purvi Doshi(Ahmedabad) nurtured these finalists for the grand finale. Selection process: LIVA Protégé is a platform where aspirants have been chosen on designing capabilities. There have had multiple rounds of selection across three months long intensive program (inclusive of one on one presentations to mentors, and then selection to be based on aesthetics, design, fluidity and functionality of creations) post which the aspirants got a chance to brush up on their skills and be mentored by some of the biggest names in the fashion industry. The young designers had to showcase 5 evening looks designed by them at the finals who were judged by the eminent jury comprising of Bollywood’s fashionista and Miss India International 2007 Esha Gupta , socialite and fashion icon Parveen Dusanj Bedi , Narendra Kumar Ahmed (Nari) , Creative Head Amazon Fashion. The top finalists, this edition, were from IINIFD Pune, NIFT Mumbai, Pearl, GIFT Kolkata, WLCI College Kolkata, INIFD Chennai, Hamstech, Hyderabad & NID, Gandhinagar. At a glittering ceremony held in Mumbai today, Abhishek Tibrewal, Pearl, Delhi won the prestigious Liva Protégé 2017, Sonika Pulluru from Hamstech, Hyderabad and Dibyani Mishra, GIFT Kolkata were the 1 st and 2 nd runners respectively. Mr. Rajeev Gopal, Chief Marketing Office, Pulp and Fiber Business, Aditya Birla Group , “The third edition of Liva Protégé has had a record participation and has grown to become a much sought out competition in the short duration with fashion institutes and students”. He informed, “This year’s highlight is our exclusive association with Amazon Fashion that will enable these designers to launch their winning Liva Protégé collections on Amazon.in, thereby giving them a unique opportunity to build and market their brands”. Commenting on the tie-up with Live Protégé, Arun Sirdeshmukh, Business – Head, Amazon Fashion said, “We remain strongly invested in creating the right infrastructure to help create, position and highlight designers/brands to Indian customers. By giving this exposure to the Liva Protégé 2017 winners, Amazon will not only allow them accelerate their career growth but also give them an opportunity to focus on their inherent talent and build national brands. As part of The Designer Boutique at Amazon.in, we want to identify young designers and give them an opportunity to reach millions of our customers, and in turn help us democratize designer wear and make the segment more affordable in India”.
Friday, December 15 2017
Vaishnavi Prajapati has been impressing everyone with one after the other phenomenal performances on Super Dancer Chapter 2. The 5-year has not only received praises from Bollywood stars Rekha and Raveena Tandon, but this time she also entertained Baba Ramdev with her magical dance steps. Baba Ramdev was so impressed with her dance that he commented that only dedication, focus and hard work can turn someone into such a talented performer. However, Vaishnavi not only received applauses from everyone including judges Shilpa Shetty, Anurag Basu and GeetaKapur, but had also planned a challenge for Baba Ramdev. Post Vaishnavi’s extraordinary performance, Baba Ramdev also had to perform aerial yoga and he did not miss the opportunity to inspire everyone. People present on set were awestruck to see how Baba could also climb the rope. Baba Ramdev’s act not only inspired Vaishnavi but everyone to keep working hard to achieve greater success. Shilpa Shetty also joined Baba and Vaishnavi on stage. She also walked on the rope. Stay tuned to Sony Entertainment Television to watch Vaishnavi’s magical performance and Baba Ramdev’s aerial act only on Super Dancer Chapter 2, every Saturday and Sunday at 8PM.
Friday, December 15 2017
Recently Ramdev Baba graced the set of Sony Entertainment Television’s biggest kids reality dance show Super Dancer Chapter 2. After a stunning performance of ‘Robotic Girl’ Muskaan Sharma, a real life robot came to visit her on set. Muskaan who was visibly surprised was keen to know what was happening. The robot performed some cool robotic steps and imitated Muskaan’s style of dancing. To Muskaan’s surprise when the person removed the mask, it was none other than her father who surprised her all the way from Indore. Muskan Sharma who did not get a chance to meet her father since five months was overwhelmed to meet her father and broke down in tears. The team of Super Dancer Chapter 2 had decided to surprise her with her father’s visit on the set of the show. Hence, her father entered dressed as a robot and shook a leg with her on stage. Muskaan Sharma who finally got a chance to meet her father couldn’t control her emotions and became teary eyed. Source on the set revealed,” The bond between the father and the daughter never breaks. Muskan Sharma became teary eyed to finally meet her father after five months later rocked the stage in robotic style. Watch episodes of Super Dancer Chapter 2 every Saturday and Sunday, 8PM only on Sony Entertainment Television!
Tuesday, December 12 2017
The 14 th Inclusive Finance India Summit was inaugurated at 9.00 AM at The Ashok Hotel. The Summit seeks to build consensus on strategies and helps in building a unified vision for achieving universal financial Inclusion in India. The summit witnessed the release and presentation of the Inclusive Finance India Report , which provided an insightful analysis and an honest critique of the financial inclusion progress during the course of the year. A book- ‘Talking financial inclusion in liberalized India: Conversations with Governors of the RBI’ , edited by Prof. MS Sriram was also released during the inaugural session. Another important launch during this session was of “Buddhi Money”, an animated iconic character developed by Access. She is a youthful, neighbourhood superwoman who is chisel sharp, energetic, and wise on matters of finance and business. She has a ubiquitous presence and helps in solving problems that the community constantly grapples with on matters relating to their enterprises. Speaking at the inaugural, Mr. Vipin Sharma, CEO Access Development Services said, “We are delighted to welcome the delegates to the Summit and also thank all the stakeholders for their support and contribution. The summit offers a platform for a plethora of information to all the thought leaders and industry veterans to debate and discuss the issues and challenges involving the Financial Inclusion in the country.” Dr. C. Rangarajan, Former Governor, RBI , in his inaugural address highlighted the importance and need for financial inclusion in the country. During the event, he commented that, “financial inclusion is not an option but a compulsion”. The day unfolded with a session on the changing contours of the financial sector architecture. The session started with the discussion on the tectonic shift in the financial inclusion landscape with the emphasis of the government on Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) and UPI. Taking the discussion further, Mr. Amitabh Kant, CEO, Niti Aayog suggested that DBT & UPI will create a vast trail of data and will allow data analysis leading to an extension of credit to the unbanked sector. Credit is only one element of creating a viable scheme for India’s vulnerable. Therefore, a multi-dimensional approach is required to pull them out of the vicious circle of poverty. Mr. HR Khan, Former Governor, RBI emphasized on the huge gap in the inclusion of the agriculture sector. Adding to the same, he said “Credit dimension for Agriculture and MSMEs is crucial and technology must focus on addressing this concern. The 2 day summit divided into 17 sessions will see the participation of 90 thought leaders from across the world who would discuss, deliberate and debate on the evolution of financial inclusion in the country highlighting the various trends and challenges.
Thursday, December 14 2017
A case study on ‘ How Brands utilizing digital content to drive sales ’ by ScoopWhoop Media. Brand Factory, India’s leading chain of fashion discount stores was back with its annual Free Shopping Weekend Sale in which they offer great range of offers. This year, the campaign made the sale a ticketed event wherein the shoppers had to buy passes to participate in the Shopping Sale. To meet with this expectation, they partnered with ScoopWhoop who created a 10-day content burst across ScoopWhoop formats distributed across all their key platforms. The content drove Pre-launch excitement and urgency during the sale days. The content was targeted across the key 25 cities where Brand Factory stores are located. The content drove huge purchase intent which is evident in the commentary on the videos. The results: Total Video Views: 5.8 mn Total Reach: 12.6 mn Total Engagement: 91K Total Clicks: 7.5L driving users onto Brand Factory’s site to buy the passes Total Conversions: 30,000 Passes Sold This is the first time in India that ScoopWhoop has see the efficacy of content being demonstrated through measurable conversion on a large scale (a whopping 30K passes were sold just through the digital content on ScoopWhoop platforms) which is a feat in itself.