Youth Parliament Launched Looking for Passionate people

first_img Ministry of Education introduces pilot program Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 17 Jul 2015 – Twenty young people between 18 and 25 years old will fill the halls of Parliament when the country celebrates National Youth Week in September and yesterday the Minister of Youth, Hon Akierra Misick led a team in re-launching the National Youth Parliament. Hon Clarence Selver and Hon Ruth Blackman reinstated the TCI’s youth program with the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and will head up training of the young people selected to represent as House members, House speaker and Deputy, Premier, Deputy Premier and even as the Governor. There will be a full scale opening of parliament which Minister Misick said will include the Cadets.Youth Director, Jasmine Parker and Senior Program Officer, Nixon Dickenson will join in a media campaign to promote the opportunity and Minister Misick shared they are not searching on partisan lines, not on the hunt for only academic achievers but will be moved by passionate candidates who will be able to join actual parliamentary committees and make real contributions to provoke thought within the electorate. National Youth Week 2016 Education Minister touts new ICT platform for Public Schools Related Items:akierra missick, clarence selver, jasmine parker, national youth week, nixon dickenson, youth parliament Recommended for youlast_img read more

Shahid Kapoors wedding preparations on Supriya

first_imgActress Supriya Pathak says the wedding preparations of her son Shahid Kapoor are going on in full swing.“Lots of things happening… it is like a normal wedding house I suppose,” Pathak told reporters.The 34-year-old actor is all set to tie the knot with his Delhi-based fiancee Mira Rajput, 21, in Gurgaon on July 7. The Haider actor will host a reception in Mumbai for his friends and colleagues from Bollywood.Pathak, Shahid’s stepmother, was speaking at the trailer launch of her upcoming film All is Well. Also Read – A fresh blend of fameThe film, directed by Oh My God fame director Umesh Shukla, stars Abhishek Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor, Asin and Pathak in pivotal roles.“I had a great time doing this film. I hope everyone will enjoy watching it as well,” Pathak said.All Is well is about a road trip undertaken by Rishi Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan, who are later joined by their mother and then Asin, who plays an important role in the film. Mira Rajput studied in lady Shri Ram College.last_img read more

SBI Card launches Simply Click

first_imgOur Correspondent SBI Card, one of India’s leading credit card issuers, announced a strategic partnership with seven of India’s biggest e-commerce players for its newest offering, the Simply Click SBI Card. The collaboration is with the leading players in the e-commerce industry – Amazon India, BookMyShow, Cleartrip, FabFurnish, Food Panda, LensKart and Ola Cabs – all front runners in their respective categories.  Also Read – Punjab & Sind Bank cuts MCLR by up to 20 basis pointsThis latest offering from SBI Card is a tailor made credit card for the generation that is always online, and comes with many features to ensure the best and most productive online shopping experience for the consumers. The Simply Click SBI Card is the country’s 1st ever credit card that focuses on online shopping across diverse categories. “We wanted to launch a card with special benefit meant for online purchases. In this card, whatever the spending be, we will offer a five times more reward than in case of normal cards,” Vijay Jasuja, CEO SBI Card said after the launch of the new product.“And for the seven online partners, spending on those platform will attract ten times more reward. So the consumers will get 15 times more reward (points),” he added.With this new product, SBI Card is poised to leverage the popularity of online shopping and e-commerce in India.last_img read more

Fake notes worth Rs 7 lakh seized from duo at Hare Street

first_imgKolkata: The Special Task Force of Kolkata Police on Thursday nabbed two persons and seized Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) worth Rs 7 lakh from them at Hare Street. The duo has been produced before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s (CMM) Court, Calcutta.According to sources, police officers recently got a tip-off that a few people were planning to make some deal in fake currency notes at Hare Street. Based on the information, STF officers were keeping an eye on the area. On Wednesday evening, they noticed two persons were roaming aimlessly in the area and one of them was carrying a bag. On suspicion, they detained the duo. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThe duo allegedly tried to mislead the police by stating that they were searching for an address. One of them said he was from Malda. Hearing this, STF sleuths grew suspicious. Immediately the bag which they were carrying was searched and a considerable amount of fake currency notes were found. Immediately, the duo identified as Razzak Shaikh of Baishnabnagar in Malda and Vikash Kumar Gautam alias Vikash Kumar Lodi alias Sunil of Unnao from Uttar Pradesh were taken to the STF office in Lalbazar. Later, it was found that they were carrying 350 fake notes of Rs 2000 denomination. The duo was arrested immediately. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataSTF sleuths suspect that the duo was working as carriers of FICN. Sources informed that the duo would be interrogated to find out who was the prospected receiver of the FICN seized. Sleuths will also try to identify who gave them the fake notes. The duo has been booked under Sections of 489B IPC (using as genuine, forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes), 489C IPC (possession of forged or counterfeit currency-notes or bank-notes) and 120B IPC (punishment of criminal conspiracy).last_img read more

Tech Tools for Entrepreneurs

first_img How Success Happens Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. All In One: Data protection and system maintenance are two important goals of Symantec’s Norton SystemWorks 2006. A dashboard-style interface makes sure that any computer user will feel comfortable with the program and not have to face a steep learning curve to get the most out it. The package includes Norton GoBack, a program that can roll your system back to before a problem installation or an unwanted program took its toll. Norton CleanUp helps you get rid of unwanted files, and Norton AntiVirus and a system optimization solution come bundled as well. SystemWorks 2006 costs under $70, and a Premier version with even more features is available for just under $100. Visit www.symantec.comfor more information.Flat Out Worth It: Flat-panel monitors are more affordable than ever. Case in point: Hewlett-Packard’s L1706. For $319, you get a clean, silver design with a wide 140-degree viewing angle, 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, a range of tilt settings and a detachable base. There’s no pivot capability, but that’s to be expected in this price range. If you want, you can add an attachable USB speaker bar for $35. The three-year warranty with on-site service is a nice benefit that will help keep you working with mini-mal interruptions should anything happen. A 48-hour exchange is also available under the warranty. For more details, stop by www.hp.com.The Upper Hand: The Palm TX has just about everything you might need in a Palm-powered PDA, all for less than $300. Here’s the list: a high-resolution 320 x 480 color screen, 128MB memory, a 312MHz processor and an expansion card slot that can accommodate Multi-MediaCard, SD and SDIO formats. Best of all, it comes with built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to make it a truly flexible wireless device. The Palm TX weighs 5.25 ounces and includes the Documents to Go software suite. That lets you take your Excel, PowerPoint and Word files with you on the road. Some of the Mac functionality is a little limited, but Windows users can take full advantage of the many software features. Stop by www.palm.comfor complete details and an in-depth product tour of the TX. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 2 min read March 20, 2006 Listen Nowlast_img read more