Sunday, April 16, 2017

FOUR STARS OF THE INDIAN MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM INVITED TO AUSTRALIAN LEAGUE TRYOUTS

Four stars of the Indian Men’s Basketball team invited to Australian league tryouts
  • Indian basketball players Amritpal Singh, Amjyot Singh, Yadwinder Singh and Vishesh Bhriguvanshi have been invited to Melbourne by the National Basketball League (NBL) to participate in their draft combine for the upcoming 2017-18 season.
  • The combine is set to take place on the 17th and 18th of April, 2017 in the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
  • The invitation and participation in the NBL Draft Combine was facilitated by basketball management company Pursuit India.

Bengaluru/Melbourne, 15th April, 2017: Four senior members of the Indian national basketball team – Amjyot Singh Gill, Amritpal Singh, Yadwinder Singh, and Vishesh Bhriguvanshi, have been invited by the National Basketball League (NBL) – the professional basketball league of Australia, to participate in the NBL Draft combine for the upcoming season 2017-18.
The combine is set to take place on the 17th and 18th of April at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre. A total of 80 players are expected to participate in the combine. These will include returning US college players, South East Australian Basketball League (SEABL) players, Australian state league players, and members of Australia’s national U18 and U20’s teams. It is an opportunity for coaches and scouts of different NBL teams to gauge the talent at hand and sign the players they believe could help their team.
As standard practice, players participating in the NBL Draft Combine must pay an entry fee of AUD $250. However, this fee has been waived off for all the invited Indian players. The waiver of fees for the Indian contingent by the NBL is just another sign that the NBL has serious intentions to enter the Indian market. Last year, the NBL signed a historic deal with VEQTA to stream NBL games live in India.
Under the new rules of the NBL, the players belonging to the countries of the FIBA Asia zone would be given a separate spot that would not take up any of the three spots reserved for the foreign players. This move has been made to attract the top Asian talents and ensure that they consider the NBL as a serious destination to ply their trade.
The Indian players’ participation in the NBL Draft Combine was made possible by Pursuit India and its Australian partner Danny Kordahi. Pursuit, which had previously worked with Kordahi and arranged the visit of Australian coach Damian Cotter to the national men’s camp, has been working behind-the-scenes for months to identify suitable playing opportunities across the globe.
“It’s the biggest platform our players have had so far to showcase their talent. The NBL is a highly competitive international league and it’s a fantastic opportunity for our top Indian players to gauge their skill levels. Whatever the outcome, they will benefit a great deal from the experience itself,” says Mr. Vishnu Ravi Shankar, head of Pursuit India.

ABOUT THE NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE

(Sourced verbatim from the official NBL page. The link: http://www.nbl.com.au/history/)
The National Basketball League is regarded as one of the premier basketball leagues in the world, and after a humble beginning, is today home to some of the world’s best players.
In 1978, New South Wales Basketball president John Raschke sat with 10 interested parties in an unused aircraft hangar at Sydney Airport to discuss the formation of a national competition that would help the development of the sport throughout Australia.
A national competition was also seen as a way of improving the standard of players who would compete for Australia at events such as the Olympic Games and World Championships.
Since that day, the NBL has grown from a fledgling competition with games played in front of just a few hundred people to a league that attracts more than 750,000 spectators each season, as well as prime-time television audiences for games broadcast nationally.
While games were initially played in small suburban stadiums, clubs now perform at major Australian arenas, including Perth Arena which can seat 14,000+ spectators.
Basketball also has one of the highest participation rates of any team sport in Australia, with numbers continuing to grow each year.
Between 1979 and 1997, the NBL season was played between April and September, but in 1998 the league moved its season to the summer place, with games played between October and April.
Eight teams currently compete in the NBL – the Adelaide 36ers, Cairns Taipans, Melbourne United, New Zealand Breakers, Perth Wildcats, Sydney Kings, Brisbane Bullets and Illawarra Hawks.

ABOUT THE NBL DRAFT COMBINE

Date: 17th-18th April
Location: Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre

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  • Patrick Hunt (Basketball Without Borders World Camp Director) will be the director of the camp.
  • All participants will be provided the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of every NBL club with all clubs ensuring to have coaching staff present each day.
  • All participants will be provided with 2 reversible training singlets, 1 pair of training shorts, 1 T-Shirt.
  • Lunch will be provided for all participants each day.
  • Ice baths will be provided for all participants at the conclusion of each day.
  • Doctors and Physiotherapists will be provided each day (for ankle taping and treatment).

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THE OBJECTIVES OF IORA MEMEBRS

THE OBJECTIVES OF IORA MEMEBRS

Mr. Naresh Kumar Sagar interacting with the panelists during Press Meet
MoU between India and Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) member states for the Cooperation in MSME Sector.
(live-PR.com) – India to sign MoU for MSME Cooperation with IORA Member Countries today ,Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Shri Kalraj Mishra to be the Chief Guest at the occasion of signing ceremony of MoU between India and Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) member states for the Cooperation in MSME Sector.
Minister of State for MSME Shri Girraj Singh 
and Shri Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary, representatives from IORA member countries, IORA Secretary to be present on the occasion.
The objectives are the Parties will cooperate in listed areas on mutually agreed terms and conditions on said topics, but not limited to the list.
The objectives of IORA Memebrs are
Promote a conducive business environment to expand the SME sector:
Enhance the competitiveness of SME sectors.
Devise and implement development program for SMEs;
Provide market access and business opportunities in IORA region.
Provide and develop entrepreneurship for SME sector.
Facilitate cooperate between SME institutions in IORA Member states.
Create a IORA database of equipments,technology and services.
Conduct studies and analysis for SME sector development strategist.
Facilitation of SMEs in securing financing from IORA special fund.
Organise capacity building workshops and training programs.
Encourage synergies with IORBF.
Promote women’s empowerment programms:
Union Minister of MSME, Shri Kalraj Mishra Thursday inaugurated Workshop on MSME Cooperation amongst Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Member countries. Speaking on the occasion, he said that this workshop will strengthen economic relationship amongst the member countries in the field of trade and investment facilitation especially in MSME sector. He also stated that India has Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with 18 countries for cooperation in MSME sector. The National Small Industries Corporation of India, Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of MSME has 34 MoUs with its counterpart organizations of foreign countries for cooperation in MSME sector.
Shri Mishra also stated that this Workshop on SME cooperation will facilitate exchange of ideas, concerns and experiences of IORA member states and would help evolve a common MoU to address the emerging challenges in the region in MSME sector. He emphasized that the resilience in IORA over the last 20 years has been its innate strength. IORA’s evolution and growth have consistently seen an upward trajectory. He said that this strength must be reinforced by ensuring independence of strategy and priority. The onus of strengthening the regionalism in a composite manner must rest first on the shoulders of IORA members themselves
Minister of State for MSME Shri Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary has emphasized that the IORA region has emerged as a strong one with the highest growth prospects in the world. He also stated that India and IORA together represent a huge market in which suppliers can build scale and efficiency and investors can allocate capital most productively.
IORA Secretary General, Shri Bhagirath spoke about the IORA secretariat’s efforts in enhancing cooperation between the IORA member countries in terms of industrial and cultural cooperation. He also spoke about how the MSMEs in the IORA member countries help in alleviating poverty by creating more job opportunities
Secretary MSME, Shri KK Jalan said that with the combined population of over 2 billion, IORA and India represent a vast market for goods and services and it is highly attractive due to large segment of high consuming middle class of about 600 million persons in India. He also expressed that this workshop will inspire the member countries to further cooperation and seek opportunities to support the progress towards mutual goals.
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SOUTH ASIA POSITIONED TO REMAIN THE FASTEST-GROWING REGION

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SOUTH ASIA POSITIONED TO REMAIN THE FASTEST-GROWING REGION

GLOBAL SLOW GROWTH

South Asia positioned to remain the fastest-growing region amid a prolonged episode of slow global growth:
UN report Growth to benefit from robust domestic demand and a supportive macroeconomic environment.
(live-PR.com) – World economic situation and prospects report was launched in UN India office in New Delhi as media launch.Media asked questions ranging from Indian econonomy to Chinese and other regional economies such as Pakistan Bangladesh. On question to media about the innovative and higher education being injected by the nation if make any sense in visualising the future growth of the
nations .On question about latin American countries and other which mostly rely on their natural resources would they follow the slow growth pattern or their is an urgent growth of higher education and rich immigration policy in question. With exxcellent panels the media questions were fervently taken and answered.
South Asia is exhibiting the fastest growth among all regions, even as the global economy continues to be trapped in a prolonged period of slow economic growth, according to the United Nations World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) 2017 Report released today. The report shows that world gross product grew by just 2.2 per cent in 2016, marking its slowest pace of expansion since the Great Recession of 2009.
Global growth is projected to see a moderate improvement to 2.7 per cent in 2017 and 2.9 per cent in 2018, but this is more an indication of economic stabilization than a signal of a robust revival of global demand.Against this backdrop, South Asia will continue to grow more rapidly than other regions. Regional GDP is estimated to have expanded by 6.7 per cent in 2016.
Supported by robust consumption, a moderate pickup in investment and a supportive macroeconomic environment, growth is projected to accelerate to 6.9 per cent in 2017 and 2018.
While monetary policy stances are generally accommodative across the region, fiscal policy remains moderately tight but with some degree of flexibility.
Growth prospects for the larger economies India has positioned itself as one of the most dynamic emerging economies.
Growth is projected to reach 7.7 per cent in 2017 and 7.6 per cent in 2018 amid strong private consumption.
Investment demand is expected to pick up slightly, supported by monetary easing, government efforts towards infrastructure investments and public-private partnerships, and domestic reforms.
The outlook for the Islamic Republic of Iran has strengthened considerably.
This can be attributed to the expansion of oil exports, increasing business confidence and a surge in foreign investments.
GDP growth is estimated to have accelerated to 4.3 per cent in 2016, with a further pickup expected in 2017 and 2018.
In Pakistan, growth is projected to remain robust, above 5.0 per cent.
Economic activity will be driven by strong consumption, a supportive monetary policy stance and rising investment. Similarly, the Bangladesh economy continues to expand at a vigorous pace, driven by strong domestic demand and a more proactive fiscal stance. Growth is projected to remain robust at 6.8 and 6.6 per cent in 2017 and 2018, respectively. Downside risks and policy challenges The report cautions that there are significant downside risks to the global and the regional outlook. Among other issues, the report highlights the high degree of uncertainty in the international policy environment and elevated foreign currency-denominated debt levels as key downside risks that may derail global growth.
Brexit and Donald Trump’s election as the U.S. president added to uncertainty as Trump has railed against existing free-trade agreements and threatened to impose punitive tariffs on some imports.
The co-authors of the report however say South Asia is the world’s fastest-growing region, with 6.7 percent growth in 2016 projected to reach 6.9 percent in 2017 and 2018. It says despite a slowdown in China, Asia remains a “bright spot.
The report said Most economies in East Asia and South Asia, led by China and India, saw robust growth driven by strong expansion of domestic demand.
Issued by the UN Department of Public Information For South Asia, potential renewed episodes of high financial volatility, including a sudden surge in external borrowing costs and large capital outflows, could significantly increase the difficulties to roll over debt. The ongoing economic reform agenda might also experience some setbacks, while political instabilities could dampen investment prospects.
From a medium-term perspective, a key fiscal challenge for the region involves improving tax revenues and promoting a supportive environment for the private sector, which together can enhance the capacity to implement counter-cyclical policies.
Given the close linkages between demand, investment, trade and productivity, the extended episode of weak global growth may prove self-perpetuating, especially in the absence of concerted policy efforts to revive investment and foster a recovery in productivity.
Under those circumstances, the report calls for a more balanced policy approach – one that goes beyond over-reliance on monetary policy- to not only restore robust growth in the medium term, but also to achieve greater progress on sustainable development. About the report:
The World Economic Situation and Prospects report is the UN’s flagship publication on expected trends in the global economy.
WESP is produced annually by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the five UN regional commissions and the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO)
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CHINESE, RUSSIAN FMS DISCUSS SYRIA, NORTH KOREA

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15.04.2017 14:49:19 – CHINESE, RUSSIAN FMS DISCUSS SYRIA, North KOREA
(live-PR.com) – (live-PR.com) – With US President Donald Trump making action oriented statement along with US aircraft carrier group steaming towards the region the verbatim war between North Korea and US has failed with China making crescendo claim due to his interest in South China sea where he is making contentious moves to be show his moves on the supremacy of International
water.
With US current Syrian bombing with 10Kg non nuclear bomb which killed many terrorist and Russia in lead with Assad. US finds China and Russia making united effort to bring International diplomacy to bring peace on the Korean peninsula and in Syria. .Russia has in their clarion call make an official announcements for US and North Korea to engage in diplomatic deliberationsKremlin said on Friday it favoured diplomatic methods of resolutions of all crises, including on the Korean peninsula, amid mounting tensions between Washington and Pyongyang over North Korea’s nuclear program.
“We call all countries for restraint, we call all the countries to refrain from any actions that could amount to provocative steps”, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters.
Earlier, US President Donald Trump vowed Thursday that the “problem” of North Korea “will be taken care of,” as speculation mounted that Pyongyang might be preparing another nuclear or missile test.
“North Korea is a problem, the problem will be taken care of,” Trump told reporters.
Separately on Twitter, he expressed confidence that China, Pyongyang’s sole ally, would “properly deal with North Korea”. But, “if they are unable to do so, the US, with its allies, will! USA.” China has warned that “conflict could break out at any moment” as tension over North Korea increases.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi said if war occurred there could be no winner.
Mr Wang’s comments come as the US voices increasing concern at North Korea’s development of nuclear weapons and deploys a Navy carrier group off the Korean peninsula.
China, North Korea’s only backer, fears conflict could cause the regime to collapse and problems on its border.
Mr Wang said: “One has the feeling that a conflict could break out at any moment.
“I think that all relevant parties should be highly vigilant with regards to this situation.”
“We call on all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other, whether in words or actions, and not let the situation get to an irreversible and unmanageable stage.”
North Korea has warned the US not to take provocative action in the region, saying it is “ready to hit back with nuclear attacks”.
The comments came as North Korea marked the 105th anniversary of the birth of its founding president, Kim Il-sung.
A huge parade in Pyongyang was held amid speculation current leader Kim Jong-un could order a new nuclear test.
Among the hardware on display appeared to be new intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missiles.
The show of strength comes amid mounting tension, with a US aircraft carrier group steaming towards the region.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, held a strategic communication via phone Friday on bilateral ties, the situation in Syria and the Korean Peninsula.
The two foreign ministers pledged to actively implement the consensus reached by the two countries’ heads of state on the development of China-Russia relations and to prepare for a series of high-level exchanges in the near future.
The two ministers stressed that China and Russia enjoy solid mutual trust and are ready to strengthen strategic coordination in regional and international affairs.
On the situation in Syria, Wang said the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria should be respected, adding that a top priority of the moment is to conduct an independent, just and professional investigation into the use of chemical weapons in the country. He said he believed that the fact will come to light.
On the Korean Peninsula, Wang said, preventing war and chaos on the peninsula meets the common interests of China and Russia, and pulling all the parties back to the negotiating table is the common goal of the two countries.
China is willing to coordinate closely with Russia to cool down the situation on the peninsula and push the related parties to resume dialogue, he said.
Lavrov said that Russia and China enjoy frequent high-level exchanges, ever deepening mutual trust and fruitful results from bilateral cooperation in various fields.
He said Russia is in favor of a fair investigation into Syria’s chemical weapon issue as soon as possible and a resumption of dialogue on the Korean Peninsula issue.
Lavrov said that Russia is willing to continue to keep close strategic coordination and communication with China.
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INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY NEED ECOSYSTEM

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16.04.2017 10:45:06 – Young Entrepreneurship need ecosystem for starups in all field of business.
(live-PR.com) – Entrepreneurship is training youngsters from Teen age to get to essence of topic chapter book action for preparation of eatery to product and process of one matter to multilateral matters to produce Converging products. The product in question to be produced must be visualized to give an excellence with minute details about raw material process its handling for product along with main product finish touch to give durability ductility malleability softy-touch or glossy brilliance. Startups when start asking and question ing along with parameter line to enquirer about minute details of product exploring the productive assembly.To know about the parameter one must be well versed with nature law .the universal laws, theology and philosophical aspects so that product need to ve social economical vital palatable.
Product need primary Man Machine Material process and funds. Then comes initiative dedication and creativity to perfection.
Thus training need from younger age with parameter to ve explain in according to the subject of product process involved material to be used and the product uses. Each process is practically seen done with steps of production along with minutest details being worked out extensively.Once one process is ascertain then other process of similar in nature can be managed in due course according to the ability of persons involved in product production.The stages of production are to be classified so that supervision to the levels can also be guarded and managed.
The Product to be put on quality of testing for performance level is next important matter if the products are according to te prevailing market standard the same product is again yo be put on charge of finishing.Finishing products needs grinding cutting polishing painting and keeping at Eco freindly space with touch of quality of check the packing need to be carried out to put for marketing and market for local markets and far flung market. Product when are proven best by the customer s users then starts the publicity of product bn brand and company as per budget of the company.
Each product history and it’s steps for production need to be classified with production chart in floor if production.Thus many product can be produced in single produce process example many beverages in single assembly. The Labs are essential part in eatable production which need continuous monitoring. Market is an essential for product to reach consumer in best of state thus promotional expenses are done to provide retainers and distributor with support system.Time to Time reports and feed back need to be clarified
The enterprising run with owner knowledge about its ingredients holistic knowledge.
From time to time new tech science Innovation need to be added in preparatory process production process and packing then market exploration and branding.More Tech science innovation are blended in best of form product vitality quality get best levels.
Once brand is developed further other brands are. Easy to Develop the company Entrepreneurship is identified with that product or products. The company reaching brands level if found its product branded product well acceptance in other countries the company gets rag of multinational and it is termed as. MNC.
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INDIA 7TH SENIOR WOMEN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 (B DIVISION)

                                       
 
Results from Day 1 of Hockey India 7th Senior Women National Championship 2017 (B Division)
~ Hockey Rajasthan and Delhi Hockey drew 2-2 ~
 
~ Manipur Hockey beat Hockey Bihar 2-1 ~
 
~ Hockey Chandigarh beat Steel Plant Sports Board 3-2 ~
 
~ Hockey Coorg beat Hockey Mizoram 7-0 ~
 
~ Hockey Him beat Hockey Gujarat 23-0 ~
 
~ Hockey Himachal beat Vidarbha Hockey Association 7-0 ~

Rohtak, 15 April 2017:
 The Hockey India 7th Senior Women National Championships 2017 ‘B’ Division kicked off today in Rohtak, with 24 teams scheduled to take part in the week-long tournament.

The action kicked off with a keenly contested game between Hockey Rajasthan and Delhi Hockey in Pool A. It took barely two minutes of the game for Delhi Hockey to take the lead, courtesy of a penalty stroke, duly converted by Mayuri Rai. Hockey Rajasthan didn’t let their heads drop though, and controlled the game, earning themselves an equaliser in the 15th minute via Raju Ranwa. Hockey  Rajasthan captain Manisha Sharma gave her team the lead in the 22nd minute via a PC conversion. It took till the final minutes of the game before Delhi Hockey snatched an equaliser, Rai scoring off another penalty stroke to split the points.

In Pool E opener Manipur Hockey beat Hockey Bihar in a tough match 2-1. Pushpa Devi Mayanglambam gave Manipur Hockey the lead in the 9th minute, to take them into half time comfortably in the lead. Four minutes into the second half, Mandakini Devi Warepam scored another to double their lead. Hockey Bihar struck back via Pooja Kumari in the 49th minute, but in the end Manipur Hockey held on for all three points.

Pool B’s opening game between Hockey Chandigarh and Steel Plant Sports Board proved to be the high scoring thriller of the day, both teams contesting fiercely for the points. Hockey Chandigarh started off the scoring in the game, rattling up two goals within the first 10 minutes, first via Manju (2’) and then Harshita Singh (6’). Steel Plant Sports Board were not to be outdone though, Chanda Singh halving the deficit in the 20th minute to take them into half time, still in contention. Hockey Chandigarh were quicker off the blocks in the second half, scoring via Prabhjot Kaur in the 39th minute to restore the two-goal cushion. SPSB’s Chanda Singh scored a late goal (60’) but it wasn’t enough, as Hockey Chandigarh took the victory.

In Pool F’s opener Hockey Coorg registered an emphatic 7-0 victory over Hockey Mizoram. KR Teena scored a hat trick (6’, 38’, 40’)  and BS Harinakshi (44’, 45’) bagged a brace in their superb performance to kickstart the campaign. 

In Pool G, Hockey Him beat Hockey Gujarat by a 23-0 scoreline. Hockey Him’s Saroj scored a scarcely believable ten goals (8’, 18’, 28’, 35’, 38’, 43’, 44’, 48’, 54’, 57’) in the victory. 

In Pool C, a hat-trick by Shivani (35’, 37’, 45’, 56′) and goals from Pratibha (7′), Payal (10′) and Sabnam (41′) helped Hockey Himachal beat Vidarbha Hockey Association 7-0 to take the three points

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