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Gurgaon: Ambience Mall, Gurgaon, one of the most popular Malls in Delhi – NCR, is a one stop lifestyle destination housing the most popular brands in fashion, food and entertainment sections. The Mall houses retail stores of famous international and designer Indian brands, all luxury and semi-luxury brands, amazing food court and lots more. Apart from everything, the mall has also introduced another venture under the name “Ambience DayCare & Enrichment Centre” with the aim to provide the much needed care and training for the little children while their parents are busy with work. 

For working women today, it’s a very tough job to decide a perfect/safest place for their kids, while they are out for work. Located on the 6th floor of Ambience Mall Gurgaon, the Daycare center is the perfect place for them to rely on. The safe, secure, warm and loving environment of the daycare will ensure proper care of their munchkins while they are busy working on other important stuff for the day.

The highly qualified and empathetic staff and teachers at the daycare centre make every day from 9 am to 6 pm a new and exciting as well as learning experience for the children. From numbers, language skills, art & craft to music, dance & play; the Ambience Daycare centre works on the combined growth and development of the child on a daily basis.

About Ambience Group

Ambience Pvt. Ltd. is a real estate development company focused on premium developments primarily in the National Capital Region with in-house construction capabilities. Their projects have been acknowledged for their quality and skill of execution and have received awards for some of its completed developments. Since its inception in 1986, Ambience started its journey with the development of high quality residential apartments in South Delhi. Later on, the company has diversified into residential & commercial business, hospitality, retail and education sector. Ambience has bouquet of ongoing and planned projects at Strategic locations in Delhi NCR, Panipat and Visakhapatnam having a mix of Townships, Residential, and Commercial & SEZ such as Ambience Creacions at Gurgaon, Ambience Tiverton at Noida, Ambience Island at Gurgaon, a township project in Panipat, etc.

Ambience Mall, is an apogee of lifestyle distinction, it offers not only unprecedented scale in terms of its size but also an experience of unparalleled retail mix combined with the entertainment and leisure attractions that has changed the concept of shopping mall experience. There are two malls – one in Gurgaon and the other in VasantKunj.

Ambience Mall – Gurgaon is the largest operational shopping mall in India, with one kilometer of shopping experience on every floor. Located on the Nelson Mandela Road, Ambience Mall VasantKunj offers a wide range of facilities including premium international and domestic retail brands, anchor stores, hypermarket, restaurants, sports bar and coffee shops, recreational zone etc. 

माननीय हाई कोर्ट आज हरियाणा में चल रहे फर्जी स्कुलो को लेकर मुख्य न्याधीश की कोर्ट में सुनवाई

कोर्ट ने शिक्षा विभाग के आघिकारियो को फटकार लगाई और कहा 3 अप्रेल 2019 तक इन स्कुलो पर कार्यवाही करके हाई कोर्ट मे रिपोर्ट देनी होगी ओर

कोर्ट ने ये भी टिपणी की

आप 2017 से कह रहें है हम कार्यवाही करगे लेकिन आप कुछ कर नही रहे है

अब इन 1087 स्कुलो पर कार्यवाही करके रिपौट देनी होगी नही तो हम खुद ही कार्यवाही करेगे- हाइकोर्ट

नई दिल्ली ,14 मार्च 2019:      मीडिया का काम न पक्ष का होता है न विपक्ष का, मीडिया का काम जनपक्ष का होता है | आज के भारत में पत्रकार कम हो रहे हैं और एक्टिविस्ट ज्यादा इसलिए भारतीय मीडिया को फैक्टिविज़म की जरुरत है न कि एक्टिविजम की | यह उद्गार टेक्निया इंस्टिट्यूट ऑफ़ एडवांस्ड स्टडीज में “इंडियन पॉलिटिक्स एंड रोल ऑफ़ मीडिया” विषय पर 14 मार्च 2019 को आयोजित 12 वें एकदिवसीय अंतर्राष्ट्रीय संगोष्ठी के दौरान प्रो. के जी सुरेश (महानिदेशक, भारतीय जनसंचार संचार, नई दिल्ली) ने बतौर मुख्यातिथि कही |

कार्यक्रम का शुभारंभ, टेक्निया समूह के अध्यक्ष डॉ राम कैलाश गुप्ता, संस्थान निदेशक डॉ अजय कुमार, संस्थान के कार्यकारी अधिकारी (शैक्षणिक एवं विकास) डॉ ए के श्रीवास्तव, प्रो डॉ अरुण कुमार भगत (माखन लाल चतुर्वेदी राष्ट्रीय पत्रकारिता एवं संचार विश्वविद्यालय ,नोएडा कैंपस ), श्री मनोहर मनोज ( संपादक ,पोलिटिकल कोरेस्पोंडेंट मैगज़ीन, दिल्ली ), डॉ अमिताभ श्रीवास्तव (निदेशक, स्कूल ऑफ़ जर्नलिज्म एंड मास कम्युनिकेशन, नोएडा इंटरनेशनल यूनिवर्सिटी, ग्रेटर नोएडा) व अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सगोष्ठी के संयोजक डॉ संजय श्रीवास्तव ने दीप प्रज्वलित करके किया।

संगोष्ठी को सम्बोधित करते हुए संस्थान के अध्यक्ष डॉ राम कैलाश गुप्ता ने मीडिया और राजनीति से जुड़े विभिन्न मुद्दों पर प्रकाश डाला | संस्थान निदेशक डॉ अजय कुमार ने कहा कि सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी के क्षेत्र में भारतीय राजनीति का मुख्य उपकरणमीडिया है और इसे लोकतंत्र का चौथा स्तंभ भी माना जाता है। मीडिया और राजनीति एक ही सिक्के के दो समान और विपरीत पक्ष हैं औरकोई भी दूसरों के बिना नहीं रह सकता है | मीडिया राष्ट्र के साथ-साथ पार्टियों के प्रति जनता की राय को आकार देने के साथ राजनीति मेंप्रमुख भूमिका निभाता है |

संगोष्ठी के विभिन्न पहलुओं पर चर्चा करते हुए डॉ ए के श्रीवास्तव, मुख्य कार्यकारी (शैक्षणिक एवं विकास) ने कहा कि आजका मीडिया जनमत को बनाने , आकार देने और लोकतंत्र को मजबूत बनाने में महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभा रहा है। मीडिया अन्याय के खिलाफसार्वजनिक हित की रक्षा करने और समाज में सार्वजनिक जागरूकता पैदा करने के लिए प्रहरी के रूप में कार्य कर रहा है।

कार्यक्रम के अंत में डॉ संजय श्रीवास्तव ने धन्यवाद ज्ञापन किया । विभिन्न संस्थानों से आये हुए शिक्षक, विद्यार्थियों और शोधार्थियों ने शोध पत्र प्रस्तुत किया | इस मौके पर पत्रकारिता एवं जनसंचार विभाग के शिक्षक और विद्यार्थी मौजूद रहे ।

New Delhi :  Media is neither the spoke person of government nor the opposition; it is just the voice of people. Media is being polarized and there are more activists than journalists  said by Prof. K. G. Suresh (Director General,  Indian Institute of Mass Communication,  New Delhi ) as a chief guest on the occasion of 12 one day International Conference on “Indian Politics and Role of Media on 14th March 2019 at Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies, Rohini, Delhi.

The conference began with lighting of the lamp by guest and dignitaries. On this occasion Dr. Ram Kailash Gupta (Chairman, Tecnia Group), Dr. Ajay Kumar (Director, Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies), Dr. A.K Srivastava, (CE, A & D) Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies, Prof. Dr. Arun Kumar Bhagat (Makhan Lal Chaturvedi National Journalism and Communication University, Noida Campus),  Shri Manohar Manoj (Editor, Political Correspondent Magazine, Delhi), Dr. Amitabh Srivastava (Director, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Noida International University, Greater Noida and Dr.Sanjay Srivastav (Convener) were present.

Dr. Ram Kailash Gupta (Chairman, Tecnia Group of Institutions) shared his views on different dimensions of media and politics. Dr. Ajay Kumar (Director, Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies) told that in the eon of information Technology the main tools of Indian politics is Media and it is also regarded as the fourth pillar of the democracy. Media and politics are the two equal and opposite side of same coin and none can persist without others.  Dr. A.K Srivastava, (CEO, A&D, Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies) said Media of today is playing a vital role in creating and shaping of public opinion and strengthening the democracy. Media is also acting as watchdog to protect public interest against malpractice and create public awareness in society.

Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Sanjay Srivastav. He concluded the all sessions and gave thanks to support by management, faculty, research scholars, students and non- teaching staff.


NEW DELHI, March 13, 2019: IMPAct4Nutrtion convened by UNICEF, Tata Trusts, Sight and Life, CSRBOX, CII, WeCan and NASSCOM Foundation was launched today in New Delhi.

IMPAct4Nutrition is an opportunity for the private sector to be part of a large initiative that will positively impact the nutritional and health status of India. This is a platform for the private sector to actively engage and build a social movement with their employees, customers and employees’ families who form a part of their business ecosystem, and support the POSHAN Abhiyaan.

Even before the formal launch, key businesses including Bosch, Arvind Mills, Moody’s Analytics and CareNX Innovations pledged their support to the platform. This quick endorsement by the private sector is a testament to the need for actively developing engagement strategies for working with the private sector and promoting good nutrition.

Meanwhile, Tara Chand of Moody’s Analytics promised wholehearted support to the platform. “I am proud to be a part of IMPAct4Nutrition. Moody’s Analytics will support wholeheartedly this platform and see how best we can enhance nutrition literacy among our employees, partners and customers,” he said.

Opening the session, Niti Aayog Advisor, Alok Kumar, said that one-third of the children in India are growing up stunted and tackling malnutrition is a key challenge for India. “This needs to change for a nation that is doing well in many other areas, and we need to come together to tackle the problem of malnutrition,” he said.

He said that the Government with its schemes has done a lot to strengthen the supply side response but needs cooperation from the private sector and the civil society to address the demand side. He gave examples of “junk food” products in the market, which are available in all kinds of convenient packs. He urged the private sector to take up experimental projects to come up with similar packages and solutions for nutritious food.

“Only nine percent of the children in the age group 6 to 24 months in our country receive adequate nutrition. Perhaps the main reason is lack of awareness around nutrition issues. This requires inducing behavioral change in a campaign mode to reach every household”, he added.

He gave an example of communities in India, where precious first milk of new mothers is offered to Gods and spilled on the floor. “We need effective communication to curtail that. We need partnerships. Corporates can bridge the gap between government and people,” Kumar added.

The launch event today heard new commitments and updates from companies, industry associations, development partners and Government of India on how to scale up nutrition and make sure that nutrition really does become everyone’s business.

Speaking at the occasion, Arjan De Waqt, OIC Deputy Representative at UNICEF India highlighted “According to the “Copenhagen Consensus” investing in nutrition is the best public health investment one can make. For every $1 of investment there is a return of $16 due to employee retention, dip in absenteeism and increased productivity. When you reach out to employees, their families and customers and empower them to improve their nutritional status, you benefit the business. Being an employer who cares by running a business that is socially aware and responsible also contributes to nation-building.”

“The private sector has not only the resources, but the convening power to improve nutrition awareness in the country. After all, the private sector employs the largest share of a country’s workforce and through IMPAct4Nutrition, it can directly influence the nutritional status of its business ecosystem,” he added.

IMPAct4Nutrition will engage companies in three strategic areas, which businesses term as the ACE card and this includes assets/core business for nutrition, cash/CSR for nutrition as well as employee engagement for nutrition”.

The platform will provide educational material, program information and will be businesses link to the larger movement around POSHAN Abhiyaan. It will coordinate with, support and help in working together for a healthy India.

Ms. Geetanjali Master Communication Specialist UNICEF India +91 9818105861

Ms. Sonia Sarkar Communication Officer UNICEF India +91 9810170289 

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IMPAct4Nutrtion convened by UNICEF, Tata Trusts, Sight and Life, CSRBOX, CII, WeCan and NASSCOM Foundation was launched today in New Delhi.  IMPAct4Nutrition is an opportunity for the private sector to be part of a large initiative that will positively impact the nutritional and health status of India. On this occasion, Mr. Alok Kumar-NITI Ayog, Mr. Arjan de Wagt, Chief Nutrition-UNICEF, Dr Ranjan Sankar, Senior Advisor-Nutrition-Tata Trust, Ms Meetu Kapur, Executive Director-CII, Mr Richard Beighton, Chief, PFP-UNICEF, Mr Shantanu Pathak, Co-Founder and CEO-CareNX, Mr Niraj Kumar Lal, Head, CSR-Arvind Ltd, Mr Tara Chand, Asst Director CSR-Moody’s, Ms Kalpana Beesabathuni, Global Lead-Sight and Life, Dr OP Goel, GM and Head-Bosch, Ms Seema Arora, Deputy Director-General-CII and others were present.

नई दिल्ली: किडनी की बीमारी कहीं महामारी न बन जाए इसलिए विश्व किडनी दिवस की शुरुआत की गई। इस समस्या से संबंधित अधिक से अधिक जागरुकता पैदा की जाए ताकि यदि समय रहते इसका निदान हो जाए तो इससे होने वाली मृत्यु दर को कुछ हद तक कम करने का प्रयास किया जा सकता है। वैसे आज के समय में लगभग 5 प्रतिशत जनसंख्या किसी न किसी किडनी की समस्या का सामना कर रही है। हर वर्ष लाखों लोग इससे लड़ते हुए अपनी जान से हाथ धो बैठते हैं। 
दिल्ली स्थित सरोज सुपर स्पेशलिटी हॉस्पिटल के एचओडी सेंटर फॉर किडनी ट्रांसप्लांट के डॉ रमेश जैन का कहना है कि “किडनी रोग के रोकथाम को लेकर भारत में जागरूकता की कमी है। हर साल क्रॉनिक किडनी डिजीज से ग्रस्त रोगियों की संख्या बढ़ रही है, पिछले साल 20 प्रतिशत से अधिक नए मामले दर्ज किए गए थें। इसके लिए आधुनिक जीवन शैली, अस्वास्थ्यकर खाने की आदते, बढ़ते मोटापे, धूम्रपान और अन्य नशीली दवाओं के दुरुपयोग के कारण भी है।“ यह रोग विकसित देशों में ही ज्यादा देखने को मिलती थीं वहीं अब 5 में से 4 क्रोनिक किडनी डिजीज से होने वाली मौतें कम और मध्यम आय वाले देशों में होने लगी हैं।   
अधिकतर केसों में वे लोग उच्च खतरे पर होते हैं जो कि हाइपरटेंशन या फिर डायबिटीज से पीडित है। मोटापे का शिकार लोग या धूम्रपान के आदी, 50 वर्ष पार कर चुके लोग, जिनका पारिवारिक इतिहास इससे संबंधित रहा हो। इसके लक्षण निम्न हो सकते है जैसे कि उच्च रक्तचाप, बार-बार पेशाब आना विशेषकर रात के समय में, पेशाब के रंग में परिवर्तन, पेशाब में रक्त आना, पैरों में सूजन होना, किडनी में दर्द व असहजता महसूस होना, थकावट व भूख न लगना, नींद न आना व सिरदर्द, किसी चीज पर ध्यान न लगा पाना, सांस ठीक से न ले पाना, जी मचलना व उल्टी होना सांस में बदबू व मुंह में अजीब सा स्वाद का बने रहना आदि।

मैक्स अस्पताल की नेफ्रोलॉजिस्ट डॉ.गरिमा अग्रवाल के अनुसार, “ इस रोग के प्रमुख कारकों में से एक है सोडियम (नमक) का ज्यादा सेवन करना, जिसके परिणामस्वरूप हाइपरटेंशन बढ़ती है। जिसके बाद धीरे-धीरे किडनी सही तरीके से काम करना बंद कर देती है। अक्सर शुरुआत में किडनी के फेल होने का अंदाजा लगाना थोड़ा मुश्किल हो जाता है। युवा अपने समय की कमी के कारण और उपलब्धता की कमी के कारण बाजार में मिलने वाली प्रोसेस्ड चीजें खाना शुरू कर देते हैं जिनमें सोडियम की काफी मात्रा होती है और इसमें डेस्क जॉब भी शामिल है। उन्हें ताजे फल और सब्जियां खाने, नियमित व्यायाम करने, अच्छी तरह से हाइड्रेटेड रहने और धूम्रपान बंद करने पर ध्यान देना चाहिए। ये आदतें न केवल किडनी को स्वस्थ रखने में मदद करती हैं बल्कि पूरे स्वास्थ्य के लिए सहायक होती हैं। भारत में ज्यादातर लोग बिना डॉक्टर की सलाह लिए दर्द निवारक दवाओं का सेवन करते हैं, इससे भी किडनी को नुकसान पहुंचने का खतरा रहता है।“
भारत में क्रोनिक किडनी रोगों की सटीक समझ अभी भी अपरिभाषित है, लेकिन इसकी अनुमानित व्यापकता 800 मिलियन प्रति व्यक्ति (पीपीएम) बताई जाती है। भारत में डायलिसिस या प्रत्यारोपण के लिए आवश्यक किडनी की विफलता लगभग 150-200 पीपीएम है। भारत में बढ़ते क्रॉनिक किडनी डिजीज के कारण है जैसे कि गरीबी, अस्वच्छता, प्रदूषक तत्व, जल प्रदूषण, भीड़भाड़, और ज्ञात और अज्ञात रासायनिक (भारी धातुओं, स्वदेशी उपचार, दर्द निवारक आदि सहित) से किडनी से जुड़ी कई बीमारियां हो सकती हैं। लगभग 30 से 40 प्रतिशत भारतीय रोगियों में मधुमेह क्रॉनिक किडनी डिजीज का प्रमुख कारण है। 2030 तक भारत में मधुमेह के रोगियों की आबादी दुनिया में सबसे ज्यादा होने की उम्मीद है।

New Delhi: Kidney health is vital for overall health of an individual. The kidneys filter blood and remove waste and excess salt and water from the body. Lately, there is a rise in number of patients detected with renal ailments in the last few years. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is when the kidneys stop working as well as they should. In people with CKD, the kidneys slowly lose the ability to filter the blood. In time, the kidneys can stop working completely. That is why it is so important to keep CKD from getting worse.

‘There is a complete lack of awareness amongst Indian population about prevention of Kidney diseases. Every year number of patients diagnosed with CKD is rising, with over 20% new cases being registered last year. This trend is up not only due to better detection but is largely attributed to sedentary lifestyles, unhealthy eating habits, rising obesity, smoking and other drug abuse.’ said Dr. Ramesh Jain HOD – Centre for Kidney Transplant & Renal Sciences, Saroj Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi. 

Earlier considered to be a health problem only in developed countries, 4 out of 5 chronic kidneydisease deaths now occur in low- and middle-income countries. With rising prevalence of various life style diseases in India, prevalence of kidney disease has also almost doubled in the last decade and is expected to rise further. 

‘One of the major contributing factors apart include high sodium intake (salt) which results in hypertension and in turn kidney damage. Often it is difficult to diagnose renal failure in the early stages. The masses need to be educated to improve their lifestyle for preventing renal failure. The young Corporates due to their time deficient schedules and lack of availability tend to binge on processed food which is the highest source of sodium and also have sedentary desk jobs. They should focus on eating fresh fruits and vegetables, exercising regularily, staying well hydrated and stop smoking. These habits not only help in maintaining healthy kidneys but also overall health. People in India tend to take over the counter pills without prescription especially pain killers, these can also harm the kidneys’ further added  Dr. Garima Aggarwal, Nephrologist, Max Hospital.

The exact burden of chronic kidney diseases in India is still undefined, but its approximate prevalence is said to be 800 per million people (pmp). Kidney failure requiring dialysis or transplant in India is approximately 150–200 pmp.  Several  issues contribute to high prevalence of CKD in India. Poverty, poor sanitation, pollutants, water contamination, overcrowding, and known and unknown chemical (including heavy metals, indigenous remedies, pain killers, etc) may lead kidney diseases. Added to these exposures is the growing burden of hypertension and diabetes mellitus. Diabetes is the leading cause of CKD in approximately 30–40% of Indian patients. By 2030, India is expected to have the world’s largest population of patients with diabetes.

New Delhi : Walmart India, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Walmart Inc., today announced the opening of its first B2B Cash & Carry store in the city of Karimnagar, making it the second in the State of Telangana and the 24th “Best Price Modern wholesale Store” in the country. This store is the first one in the State after Walmart India became a fully owned subsidiary of Walmart Inc.

This reiterates Walmart India’s commitment to Telangana where it plans to further expand its footprint and continue to contribute to the State economy. The new store simultaneously got integrated with the B2B e-commerce platform.

With the objective of enabling small businesses to prosper, Best Price Modern Wholesale Store will meet all needs of underserved small businesses such as kiranas/resellers, offices & institutions (O&I) and hotels, restaurants and caterers (HORECA) in the region under one roof. It will enable Walmart India to offer unique propositions of a wide range of quality merchandise & local assortment at ‘Every Day Low Prices’, unique shopping options, door-step delivery and convenient payment solutions to such business members in Karimnagar and adjoining areas.

Spread over 50,000 sq. ft., the store will significantly contribute to the local and state economy by creating an estimated 2,000 direct and indirect jobs. The store will also boost the small farmer and regional supplier eco-system as it will directly source from farmers and locally relevant food, non-food products from local suppliers to fulfill the needs of its members. Besides, the new store has been integrated with environment friendly practices like renewable energy, LED lights, water recycling through Sewage Treatment Plant and ground water recharging through collection of storm water and waste management practices have been incorporated.

Announcing the opening of the first store in Karimnagar, Krish Iyer, President & CEO, Walmart India said, “We are excited about opening the first B2B Cash & Carry Store in the city of Karimnagar. This is our second store in the state of Telangana, which reinforces our belief in the ease of doing business under the leadership of Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri K. Chandrashekar Rao. This Store also gives us the opportunity to continue to create shared value for our local supplier partners, farmers, members, associates and the community at large. Each of our Store creates an estimated 2,000 direct and indirect jobs and this one too has opened up employment opportunity for local youth in Karimnagar.

With our mission of enabling small businesses prosper, we will help our kirana/reseller members and other business members to efficiently manage their inventory, lower their operational costs and pass on the savings to their customers. While growing the business, we will continue to invest in the supply chain and supplier development, focusing on the growth of small and medium manufacturers in the State, developing local clusters to source directly from farmers and setting new benchmarks in the cash and carry business. I am also happy that we are simultaneously extending the B2B e-commerce platform to our members here which will make it convenient for them to shop without stepping out of their stores.

Telangana is an important State for us. We have signed an MoU with the State Government and at least seven new stores are in the pipeline. Besides, the State is an important sourcing destination for us as we source directly from farmers, work with many small and medium agri-commodity suppliers and several SMEs for our Private Brands.”

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About Walmart India:

Wal-Mart India Private Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Walmart Inc., the world’s leading retailer renowned for its efficiency and expertise in logistics, supply chain management and sourcing. Walmart India owns and operates 23 Best Price Modern Wholesale stores in 9 States across India and has integrated omni-channel in all stores. It has opened 2 Fulfillment Centres in India. The mission of Best Price is “Enabling businesses to prosper…every single member”. To enter and purchase from Best Price Stores, it is mandatory to become a member. Members can belong to different business categories such as Resellers (‘Kirana Stores’); Offices and Institutions (O&I); and Hotels, Restaurants and Caterers (HoReCa). The assortment, service and store layout are customized to the specific needs of members who can walk into a Best Price stores and source high quality products in quantities they need and at the time they require. More about the company at www.wal-martindia.in and follow on twitter @walmartindia.