There is a directive from The Registrar Cooperative Societies for all the societies to have their own website to maintain transparency in the day to day work.
The 10-day Self-Defence Training programme started from 22nd June concluded yesterday, the 5th July, 2011. On the occasion, Shri Parmaditya, Addl. DCP, Shri Mahendra Singh, ACP, Dabri, Sushil Kumar, Sudha Aiyer, Anil Rajput and M K Gupta of Dwarka Forum were also present. In his concluding speech, Parmaditya while thanking the Dwarka Forum for its efforts in organizing the programme, informed that he will try to organize another camp shortly so that left-out interested women get this training and also distributed certificates to the trainees.
There were about 35 in the age groups from 10 years to 50 years. The trainees were full with confidence after the successful training. Sushil Kumar, General Secy. DF said that the trainees should encourage other women to get this training in their own interest in view of the increased in crimes against them.
M K Gupta thanked the Delhli Police, trainers, trainees for making this camp successful. He also thanked Shri Rajiv Solanki, Vice President of DF for providing space and other facilities for this camp on voluntarily basis without any charge. Ms. Madhuri Varshney, speaking on behalf of trainees, said that they are now confident of facing any crisis by anti-social elements. The training was conducted on the suggestion given by Ms. Anju Nagpal, an on-line member of DF.
Those interested for the next training camp, can send their nominations to the Dwarka Forum ( e-mail: email@example.com ) and they will be informed about the next programme as and when the same is finalized.
On the suggestion of the Dwarka Forum, Delhi Police has agreed to organize a
self-defence training programme for girls and women in Dwarka and has
invited names from the intended participants. On completion of about 100
participants, police will organize the camp.
Interested women should inform about their willingness to participate to the
Dwarka Forum on its email firstname.lastname@example.org or SMS on mobile number
9810550172 of M K Gupta of Dwarka Forum mentioning name, age and address.
On finalization of the programme, Police/ Dwarka Forum will inform about the
This training camp is proposed on the demand of women and we should make it
a big success for our own protection.
Delhi police has said that it plans to organize a training programme for the girls and ladies for self-defence. This was agreed on the demand of the representatives of Dwarka Forum who met ACP Shri Samay Singh on 28th May. Forum also demanded for the training of the security guards posted in CGHS and DDA’s pockets so that they can be more vigilant and can also help in crime protection. Police and DF were unanimous on taking the competent security guards from the registered security agencies. Issue of installations of CCTV cameras in left-out societies as well as DDA-pockets and timely changing the location of the police pickets, encroachment, proper street lighting among other issues were also discussed. It also emerged that the Electric Corporation of India Ltd. can also be contacted for the installation of CCTV cameras and since it is a govt. company, it may be more dependable than the private players in the filed. It is an added advantage for the Dwarka that the ACP is a resident of Dwarka and is well aware about the crime pattern and law and order problems of the area.
“DWARKA-FORUM” — [Dwarka Ki Awaaz] Visit Website http://www.dwarkaforum.org
New Delhi: Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit has said that she will provide land for Eidgah and Muslim graveyard in Duwarka, the emerging satellite town in New Delhi. She made the announcement while speaking at Dwarka’s sector 11 mosque on the occasion of a conference on the Personality of Prophet Muhammad.
Shje was impressed with the beauty and structure of the mosque and praised the organizing committee of the mosque who had organized the grand programe.
A great Urdu speaker, Mrs Dikshit has become a sort of grand-motherly figure for the whole of the populace of the capital. She gets invitation to all sort of programs and graciously gives her nod and attends such programs.
She assured the organizers of the program of all the help and assistance that the organizers of the program needed. She stressed the fact that her government would love to go to any extent to provide assistance specially for Muslim girls, their education.
While speaking on the occasion the secretary of the mosque’s trust said that the country is a great example of communal amity where Muslims and Hindus have equal opportunity. He said that Hindus are like big brothers and they should ensure that the rights of their younger brothers are not usurped.
He said that the Muslim youth need to be given their due rights and not be branded as an outcast. He said that special measures were needed to integrate Muslims in the society and give them equal job opportunities. He said that it was their lawful right and the government need to ensure this.
Other dignitaries who spoke on the occasion included renowned Alime deen and the professor of Hadith in Nadwatul Ulama, Lucknow Maulana Syed Abdullah Hasani Nadawi. Besides him Maulana Kaleem Siddiqi and Maulana Khalid Nadawi also spoke on the occasion and threw light on the life and the work of Prophet Muhammad.
Local MLA DD Solanki was also present on the occasion.
The ‘Singing Guru’ as he is popularly called, was here as a chief guest in the final round of a reality show organized by Amrapalli Kalapeeth, a music school based in Sector-8, Dwarka. The reality show was held at Dr Radhakrishnan Auditorium, Delhi Cantt. Also present were Bhavdeep Jaipurwala, a well known music composer.
Wadkar got a standing ovation from contestants, judges and the audience. Wadkar sang two songs even as the audience just could not have enough of him. The contestants too left no stone unturned to showcase their best performance for their favourite idol, who was recently selected for the National award for Best Singer for 2011.
Speaking to TOI on the rising popularity of reality shows, Wadkar who has been a judge at major reality music contests said that reality shows do give an exposure to the singer and that is the reason they are becoming popular. It is very easy to get publicity. However, children should learn music for the sake of learning and not just to win a contest. He said, “These days everyone wants a shortcut to success, but only those in the industry survive who have learned proper classical music. Great singers like Mukeshji, Lataji, Rafi have spent a lifetime practicing music. The culture is changing and even in reality shows children prefer to sing pop songs.”
PB Retail has opened My Mart, first-of-its-kind store in the infant category, at Dwarka, New Delhi. Spread over 2000 sq.ft of area, My Mart is a complete shopping solution for the new born and children up to the age group of 0 to 5 years.
My Mart houses the necessary goods for infants and small children including apparel, footwear, accessories (bath and fashion), toys and kids furniture amongst others. The outlet provides a wonderful shopping experience to children offering exciting makeover for children, fun rides and much more.
On the launch occasion, Pawan Agarwal, director, PB Retail, said, “ There is a need for a specialised retail segment which caters to infants specially. After extensive research, we found that there is no organized retail store in the country which provides a complete solution for young infants. This is our first store offering a wide range of quality products with latest fashion and trends at unbelievable price”.
The retailer has plans to open around 25 new showrooms in FY’11 adding 40,000 sq.ft. retail space to its current portfolio. The retailer will initially focus on northern part of the country.