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A big step of Noida’s residential Society towards Swachh India begins with installation of Green Waste Reprocessor machine

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Smt. Mohini Prasad Wife of Sh. Mahesh Prasad, Retired IAS Officer

Authority has installed Green Waste Reprocessor (GWR) machine in Government Officers Colony in Sector 14A, Noida to convert the society’s organic waste such as leftover food, horticulture waste etc. into organic compost which can be used in fertilizing the gardens of the society. The machine has been inaugurated by Smt. Mohini Prasad, Wife of Sh. Mahesh Prasad, Retired IAS Officer. Noida Authority Chairman and CEO, Mr Alok Tandon and other senior officials of NOIDA Authority also graced the occasion. This move is aimed at reprocessing waste within the society premises itself. Read more

Indian Performing Right Society Opts For Digital Payments For Licenses.

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Rakesh Nigam & Javed Akhtar

In a pro-Digital India move, the Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) has gone cashless, by encouraging digital payments, for smooth, convenient and effective transactions. Under the new management, who has set a goal of making the IPRS a world class organisation, the introduction of digital payments is a step in that direction. With this cashless system of applying for a license, users can now simply log on to the IPRS website, fill in the application, and make the required payment online. Post this, the applicant will receive their license immediately via e-mail and SMS.
Commenting on this new development, Javed Akhtar, Chairman of the IPRS said- IPRS wants to ensure that purchasing of licenses by organiser for any event, big or small and anywhere in the country, can be done at the click of a mouse. This step will bring total transparency and ease of doing business with the Society to the benefit of everybody concerned; on the other hand, events organiser should have no excuse anymore for not obtaining the license required under the law.” As the only government authorised body in the country to administer rights, issue licenses and collect royalties for authors, composers and publishers in respect of musical and literary works (lyrics), cashless payments will bring about ease of doing business. Read more

Indian Performing Right Society Ltd (IPRS) sets up regional committees

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Aashish Rego,Sahithi G,Javed Akhtar,Raju Singh & Ilaiyaraja

The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) is the only government authorized body in the country to administer rights, issue licenses and collect royalties for authors, music composers and music publishers. Founded in 1969, it has over 4,000, members across the country and represents also the world’s music repertoire. It was recently granted re-registration under the amended Copyright Act. The Society with Registered Office at Mumbai also has administrative offices in 12 cites across India. Read more

Anuja Kapur (Renowned Criminal Psychologist) attended the 16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018

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16th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology 2018 in Hong Kong organized a conference from 9th- 15th June, 2018 and invited Mrs. Anuja Kapur from India to share her perspective on “Acid attack laws in India.”

As per Mrs. Kapur, “Till recently there was not any specific law in India to deal with the cases of acid attack. It was only on 3rd of August, 2013 that specific laws were put into action. Survivors/Victims of acid attack have to or are rather forced to work with the ineffective enforcement of the laws, and compensation and rehabilitation schemes which never seem to cover the victims, as well as government apathy is null as described by Mrs Anuja Kapur in her slide show.” Read more

www.mintageworld.com: World’s 1st Online museum for Ancient & Current Coins, Stamps & Currency Notes participates in the “National Numismatic Exhibition 2018 New Delhi” at the All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society (AIFACS) New Delhi from 14th May to 20th May 2018 with more than 500 new & interesting offerings

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Launched with an objective to impart and share knowledge and create interest for general public, students, scholars, collectors, hobbyists, buyers, sellers & investors. It’s being initiated with a purpose of reintroducing the joy and fun of coins, currency notes & stamps collection to the current millennial & youth in India & globally.

www.mintageworld.com is a wonderful way to educate contemporary India and the world about their rich historical heritage, tradition & culture. This online museum imparts rare information such as detailed catalogue of global stamps, coins and currency notes all under one roof. Fascinating & interesting history section on coin issuing authorities, dynasties and rulers is one of the major highlight of this site.
The sole vision behind this initiative is to provide a single point of access to seek and share information and knowledge of these three fields along with its global updates. It brings together experts and researchers to share their experience with the lovers of these rare collectibles. This initiative will help reemphasize the glorious history, arts and cultural legacy of India and put our country on the global map of collectors.
What makes Mintage World credible is that it has a strong team of in-house researchers, experts & curators with decades of experience in this sector. Every bit of information on it is thoroughly cross verified with the best reference materials & technology available.  Mintage World has a strong team and the implementation of the latest technology solutions for verifying and collating authentic information for this one-of-its-kind digital platform. Read more

Singing Sensation Soumita Saha breaks the misconception society nutures about women and their interest in Soccer

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“We love Football as much as men do” says The Ishq Girl Soumita Saha while expressing her love for the game

There have been several controversies about women and sports. There have been many misconceptions that women do not gel well with sports .And women head over heal in love with foot ball is a rare issue. Honestly a man can find a slice paradise right in front of his eyes when he finds some elegant woman who competes his craze for soccer. Read more

Fruitbowl Digital To Direct Society Tea’s Digital Duties

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Fruitbowl Digital has acquired digital and social duties of the popular household beverage brand, Society Tea from the Hasmukhrai & Co consortium. The account was acquired by Fruitbowl Digital following a multi-agency pitch. Read more

Society Tea Successfully Organized a Specially Curated 2-day Event “Sounds of Society”

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Soulmate Band at The Sounds of Society Event!

Society Tea – the premium tea makers and a celebrated household name, organized Sounds of Society on the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8th and 9th. The event was specially curated by Society Tea for their music property “Sounds of Society”- which consisted of handpicked artists performing at the Royal Opera House. The event also showcased The Tea Society Called India campaign prints via an artistically shot photo essay.

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Sounds of Society – Divas at the Opera

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Society Tea – the premium tea makers and a celebrated household name, organized Sounds of Society – Divas at the Opera on the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8 at the Royal Opera House, Mumbai. Read more

Divya Dutta firmly believes of Hindi cinema having a positive influence on the society

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Divya Dutta in her recent public appearance shared her regards for Akshay Kumar for creating a stir and bringing to light as sensitive as the topic of menstrual hygiene with his recent movie Padman. She believes that Hindi cinema holds a firm grip on the society and such mainstream films could draw sincere attention towards other deserved topics as well.

 

Talking about the taboos so profound, she said, “The film has made a huge effort to throw light on the subject. Kudos to Akashay Kumar and Tina (Twinkle Khanna). People have been talking about the fimand its message, and what Akshay Kumar is bringing to people amtters. They take it seriously. Because it was a commercial film, it got attention. Usually we make films on taboo subjects, but those are made as documentaries”. People tends to pay a lot of attention to the such untutored topics and subjects when it gets associated with any sort of commercial film and it does matter when such topic comes from a celebrity. Audiences take it seriously.

 

Divya further added, “We are a cinema-affected society and people are impacted by what is shown on screen. Art derives inspiration from society and vice versa. People I have met in smaller towns have been talking about PadMan. It was taboo and uncomfortable for people to talk about, which piqued their interest and they went to see the film”. Although the movie has already created a stir in the society, it still needs to push people to take-up the required measures for powerful and lasting impact. Read more