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Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar talk on Indonesia fulcrum of South Asia

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Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar talk on Indonesia fulcrum of South Asia

Indonesia economy is growing with stupendous pace

16.03.2017 14:27:17 – Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar talk on Indonesia fulcrum of South Asia.Indonesia economy is growing with stupendous growth
(live-PR.com) – Indonesia economy is growing and the overall economy is developing to wane out poverty.The Indonesia is divided into Eastern Indonesia and Western Indonesia the former is in tattered and later in its healthy upswing.Islands such Java Bali,Sumatra,are doing exceedingly well and the rest are in state of normal or frugal growth.With abundant islands the Indonesia’s numbers astound more than 17000 islands, of which 8000 are inhabited, and over 300 languages are spoken across them.
One of the best kingdoms existed before the arrival of the Dutch, who colonised the island nation but gave in to an independence struggle in 1949.Indonesia has become one of the world’s major emerging economies.
Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar talk on Indonesia fulcrum of Asia at India International Center New Delhi envisaged her national policy thematically and philosophically with practical approach to its diplomatic and statement ability.
Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar talk explain the Indonesian democracy and its colonial rule thus adopting golden rules for the development of their country in time of rapid technology growth and changing values.
Indonesia lies on coastal belt of Indian Ocean.The ports of the state are not well maintained and are overlapping authorities has given to mismanagement government need to excel the performance.Ports has to have the state of art performance but the country is making hectic effort to bring ports for best of trade and transports. Indonesia is crystal clear for not inclined to any power block but is more inclined and intent to follow the lines of ASEAN philosophy and its objectives of competitive collaboration and greater importance to consultations for any matter of concern for its security and other international issues.
She explained that our target of economic growth, social progress, and cultural development in the region ,to promote regional peace and stability, promote collaboration and mutual assistance on matters of common interest and provide assistance to each other in the form of training and research facilities are well enshrined in Asean declaration.The nation is building basic educations and RD centers to its best for the people to be more aware of their profession and build better state.Our policy is not to tilt towards any power bloc but to remain as a fulcrum force in the south Asian region to extend economical and social transformation.We need our ports to do be collaborative face lift with best of technology from various countries Rotterdam, Beijing, France ,German Europe to entail the best of trading partners in future outlook.
Japan is building its Navy capacity and India is also increasing Maritime infrastructure with more coastal guards ships submarine ports are modernising along with missiles and other marine weaponry. China maritime dispute with Japan and other countries in South China are trying to win his status by investing in these countries with massive involvement.
US has in process with its bird eye intent is investing in Navy along with Japan and South Korea. India plan building its capacity with its neighbours in IORA in South Asia is priority yo keep its Fulcrum.Countries Indonesia Malaysia Taiwan South Korea Japan Australia need close cooperation. She took various question from the audience and fervently answered each question with zeal and clarity. To question on RD and basic education government making enough efforts and results are doing well but professional and vocational studies are still not popular among parents which are to make its mark.
The silk route and sea routes of Chinese were also touched and as far as the trade and business flourishes without any harm to the sovereignty and security of Indonesia and Asean as whole the matter needs to be bilateral discussed in Asean and other bilateral talks.
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Jabong adds Virat Kohli’s breakaway fashion brand ‘WROGN’ to its product portfolio

Jabong adds Virat Kohli’s breakaway fashion brand ‘WROGN’ to its product portfolio

India’s flamboyant cricket captain to meet top 2 highest spenders on the day of launch


India’s leading online fashion portal Jabong, has announced the addition of Virat Kohli’s breakaway fashion brand WROGN to its product portfolio. The men’s fashionwear brand will be available on Jabong in 450 variants with prices ranging from Rs. 799 to Rs. 3599.
The launch will be supported by digital and social media campaigns including Virat’s selfie video announcing the brand’s launch on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. A separate Shop-In-Shop promotion will highlight the WROGN’s latest campaign images, videos, main categories & brand description on Jabong’s website & mobile app as well as the Jabong’s digital fashion blog. The top two highest spenders on the day of launch will be invited for a Meet & Greet with Virat Kohli while the remaining five highest spenders will receive merchandise signed by the Indian cricket captain.
Rahul Taneja, Chief Business Officer, Jabong said, “We are pretty stoked to launch WROGN on Jabong, which comes from a similar philosophy of being comfortable in your own skin, and therefore, is a great fit for Jabong’s core shoppers. Virat Kohli is a true Indian icon, especially amongst the youth and is a great example of rising above the ordinary by just being himself. Jabong speaks the same language and it’s exhilarating that we will bring more joy to our customers with WROGN on board.”
Kalyan Kumar Gunasekaran, Chief Merchandising Officer, Jabong added, “It brings great pleasure to us to launch WROGN on Jabong. The collection exudes candid and comfort fashion and allows one to carry their own style effortlessly. Each brand uniquely differentiates itself in its language, WROGN for us is just the right click and we are elated to welcome the brand in the cartel.” 

Anjana Reddy, CEO Universal Sportsbiz & owner of WROGN, said, “WROGN is one of the fastest growing men’s youth fashion brand in India, and we are very excited to partner with Jabong and launch our latest SS’17 Collection. Jabong has a strong base of fashion forward consumers and I am sure WROGN as a brand will fulfill their needs”.

Jabong is known to have introduced a multitude of fashion and sports brands in India in the past such as TOPSHOP, TOPMAN, Dorothy Perkins, Missguided, Next, ASICS, ALCIS, Hummel, DC and New Era Caps to name a few.

Virat Kohli has made into the heart of millions and is touted as the best of all times with Kapil Dev even comparing him to the legendary Don Bradman. Virat has been the highest run scorer for India for 6 years straight and was the fastest in the world to reach 25 centuries in ODIs. He also holds the record for the fastest century by an Indian cricketer in ODIs (in 52 balls), the fastest to reach 7,000 runs in ODI’s, first cricketer to score three centuries in his first three innings as Test captain, first Indian Test captain to score a double century overseas and first Indian Test captain to score two or more double centuries.

Analysis: Uttar Pradesh Elections

Analysis: Uttar Pradesh Elections
ThoughtSpace Episode 12: Analysing BJP’s Victory in Uttar Pradesh
Neelanjan SircarBhanu Joshi & Ashish Ranjan
In the podcast (above), Neelanjan Sircar, Bhanu Joshi, and Ashish Ranjan draw on their extensive field work and analyse data to deconstruct the strategy that catapulted BJP to a historic win in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh elections.
Victor and the vanquished
Pratap Bhanu Mehta
Pratap Bhanu Mehta writes in The Indian Express that the real worry is whether the opposition’s despair will turn into more timidity, post the consolidation of BJP’s dominance.
Rewriting the U.P. equation
Neelanjan SircarBhanu Joshi & Ashish Ranjan
Neelanjan Sircar, Bhanu Joshi, and Ashish Ranjan explain in The Hindu how the UP verdict is better understood in terms of caste consolidation rather than religious polarisation.
Misreading the new
Sanjaya Baru
Sanjaya Baru writes in The Indian Express that for any serious analysis of the decline of Congress and the rise of the BJP on the national scene, a new political science approach is necessary.
The massive mandate for Modi’s vision for India by 2022 
Rajiv Kumar
Rajiv Kumar writes in the Daily Mail that ‘UP voters have voted for Modi with the hope that UP catches up with the rest of the country’.

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