Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Mumbai, May 02, 2016: Shop CJ, Asia’s No. 1 Home Shopping Network, now brings the finest of beauty products for Indian women from the Beauty capital of the world –
Elisha Coy BB cream acts as a beauty cream with skin benefits providing radiance, anti-ageing, pore-tightening and moisturizing properties.
Korean beauty products are regarded as the best in the world, as they are technologically advanced, heavily researched and tested products with excellent results on all types of skin.
Speaking on the introduction of Korean Cosmetic products on Shop CJ, Mr. Dhruva Chandrie, Chief Operating Officer – Shop CJ, said, “Korean beauty products are renowned across the world. In
bring the finest of Korean beauty products with proven benefits and have made
it available at Shop CJ prices. BB cream is just the start. We are very
positive about acceptance of Korean cosmetic products in India.”
Elaborating on the Korean Cosmetic wave world wide, he further added, “The reason these products have become a rage across the globe is because they are showing excellent results. In addition, due to our Korean lineage (CJ O Shopping) we have great access to them. So we have the products with proven benefits and an opportunity to introduce them to Indian women as well as deliver on our “quality” promise.”
Shop CJ is expecting a sell-out and has already opened pre-booking option through calls and online, to reduce the burden on live calls during the show. The Home Shopping giant will also be offering many more Korean beauty products this year to strengthen the category in
For more details please log on to : http://www.shopcj.com/
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Monday, May 2, 2016
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Bank’s exclusive Bancassurance partner for health insurance solutions
Unique support and service mechanism for the Bank’s customers
Paperless processes to ensure minimum TAT for policy issuance and service
Mumbai, January 27, 2016:Axis Bank, India’s third largest private sector bank today announced its exclusive partnership with Apollo Munich Health Insurance Company toofferits customers bespoke health insurance products and services. The strategic partnership with the health insurance company, a JVbetween Asia's largest healthcare group, ‘The Apollo Hospitals Group’ and the world leader in health insurance, ‘Munich Health’ will offer customers unique health insurance plans with value added benefits such as health advisory services and access to wellness portal etc., under their ‘Health Eco System’.
Commenting on the partnership,Rajiv Anand, Group Executive & Head Retail Banking, Axis Bank said, “Over the past couple of years, we have observed the exponential rise in the cost of healthcare and the need for customized and affordable health insurance solutions.With the objective of ensuring the health and wellbeing of our customers, we are delighted to announce our exclusiveBancassurance partnership for health insurance with Apollo Munich,which will help us further expand our existing bouquet of offerings and put forth a compelling proposition.”
Apollo Munich Health Insurance Company, along with the Bank will design and offer customized health insurance products to the Bank’s customers, as per their requirements. Policy issuance and service will be driven by paperless online processes, ensuring minimum turnaround time. A brief of theuniquebenefits for customers are:
· Automatically restoring the basic sum insured in case the policyholder exhausts his/her sum insured in a policy year
· Wide range of sum insured options ranging from Rs 3 lacs to 50 lacs
· A health insurance plan with no sub-limits, no copays or room rent limits
· High Pre and Post hospitalization cover of 60 and 180 days respectively
· Coverage for all “Daycare Procedures”
· Health checkup benefits
· Extensive network of hospitals
· In-house claim settlement
Speaking about the tie up with Axis Bank, Antony Jacob, CEO, Apollo Munich Health Insurance said, “We are excited to partner with Axis Bank and offer its customers uncomplicated and innovative health insurance solutions. Through bancassurance, health insurance penetration is expected to grow rapidly as there are more than one lakh bank branches in the country, with a majority located in rural and semi urban areas. We at Apollo Munich believe in the potential banks hold as a distribution channel. They can aid us in strengthening our reach in the tier two and three cities overnight.”
He further added “Going forward this partnership will develop more innovative solutions to meet specific needs of different customer segments of the bank. In addition, Axis Bank customers will have access to expert health services that promote healthy living.”
For more details about the Axis Bank, Apollo Munich Health Insurance, Please log on to : http://www.apollomunichinsurance.com
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Last night, Benzene at Anand Vihar, touched 61.70 i.e. over 12 times of the normal, and tonight PM 2.5 touched 732 i.e. again, over 12 times of the normal, while PM 10 data was not available. In the afternoon PM 10 touched 768 at Mandir marg, while PM 2.5 touched the peak of 141. At Punjabi Bagh, PM 10 touched the peak of 585 while at 11 pm, it was again at 580, while PM 2.5 touched 165. R K Puram had PM 10 at a peak of 951 whereas PM 2.5 touched 572.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
BLARING ITO noisiest spot, comparisons of yearly averages show that noise level has exceeded prescribed standards
NEW DELHI: From honking cars to music from the neighbourhood weddings, the decibel demons have pushed the noise levels in the Capital to an uncomfortable high, data says.
ITO is the noisiest spot in Delhi, the National Ambient Noise Monitoring Network of the Central Pollution Control Board recently revealed.
Comparisons of yearly averages across five spots in the city from 2011 to 2014 show that the noise level at Delhi has exceeded prescribed standards at most stations almost always.
The spots which were monitored by National Ambient Noise Monitoring Network for four years are Dilshad Garden, Delhi College of Engineering in Rohini, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology in Dwarka, ITO and Central Pollution Control Board headquarters in East Arjun Nagar.
Among these, East Arjun Nagar and Dilshad Garden recorded a massive boom in noise pollution levels in the past few years.
BS Vohra, president of East Delhi RWAs Joint Front (Federation), told Hindustan Times that East Arjun Nagar and Dilshad Garden were arguably the noisiest residential areas of the Capital.
“Dilshad Garden is next to the Uttar Pradesh border and has to bear the heavy load of trucks coming in and going out. East Arjun Nagar, on the other hand, is in close proximity to the Anand Vihar interstate bus terminus, Anand Vihar railway station as well as the Uttar Pradesh border. The Jhilmil industrial area, which is in between the Dilshad Garden, East Arjun Nagar and Anand Vihar adds to the noise pollution here,” Vohra said.
Another clogged corner of the city, Dwarka, too, has emerged as a hotspot for noise pollution. Environmental activist and Noise level in the city is uncomfortably high, data says Figures in decibels (db) 52 60 51 72 55 Dwarka resident Diwan Singh said that this west Delhi locality was ‘extremely noisy’.
“Heavy transit traffic from Gurgaon to west Delhi and a large number of construction activities along with insufficient green buffer zones add to the noise pollution. We need to increase the number of green areas and regulate traffic and construction activities so that the decibel demons can be tamed,” he said.
The National Green Tribunal had recently rapped the Delhi govDIWAN SINGH, Dwarka resident National Safety mark: 55 db 51 59 50 71 55 50 60 51 73 55 51 62 51 74 55 ernment over delay in devising a strategy for better implementation of pollution control laws, especially those regarding noise pollution. The green court had in the last week of March directed the government to convene a meeting in this regard within two weeks. The Delhi government is also set to revise the noise cap for firecrackers. The current sound limit for each firecracker is 125 decibels, while sound levels of up to 70 decibels is considered safe for humans.
with thanks : Hindustan Times, Dated 18.4.2016
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Candle march at Gandhi nagar in the memory of Sh Rajesh Kumar Goel who expired in a cyllinder blast while Saving others. In the National Capital, at LNJP hospital he was not treated at all, for almost two hours. RIP.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Please go through today's pollution status of Delhi, as below. One thing seems very much clear that we require to do much more than #ODDEVEN or #ODDEVENDOBARA. Truly, Odd Even alone won't serve the purpose. We must take certain more, more stringent measures to combat pollution in Delhi.
At Anand Vihar, Benzene at last night was at 46.20, at today was at 37.70 and at it was still at 25.20. PM 10 at today was 511 and PM 2.5 at 10.30 was 288.
At Civil Lines, Benzene at was 15.59 and it was still at 10.93 at . PM 10 was 594.48 at today and it was at 508.58 at . PM 2.5 was at 221.26 at .
, Benzene was above 11 till . PM10
was at 219.15 at with no data available for PM 2.5. IGI Airport
At Mandir Marg, PM 10 was at 617 at today and PM 2.5 at 141 at the same time.
At Punjabi Bagh, PM 10 was at 672 at , while PM 2.5 was at 309 at 10.30, though it dipped to some extent after that.
At R K Puram, PM 10 was at 598 at and at 471 at whereas, PM 2.5 was at 238 at today.
With best wishes for a Pollution Free Delhi. We will support Odd Even plus any more stringent steps, to combat pollution in Delhi.
B S Vohra
Monday, April 18, 2016
At Anand Vihar, Benzene was at 20.00 ( ) i.e. 4 times of the norms and touched again the peak of 20.80 ( ), though in between it varied from one position to other. PM 10 was around 361 ( 10 am ) & PM 2.5 was at 190 ( ) i.e. more than 3 times.
At Civil Lines Benzene touched the peak of 7.90 (, PM 10 was mostly between Appx. 300 to 400. At it touched the peak of 423.20, again at it climbed to 394.36 and at , it was again at 390.95. PM 2.5 was between 340.21 ( ) to 253.13 ( ).
At Punjabi bagh, PM10 was between 408 ( ) to 313 ( ) while PM 2.5 was between 140 ( ) to 119 ( ). At R K Puram, PM10 was at 384 ( ) while PM 2.5 was at 152 ( ) to 136 ( ).
At IGI Airport Benzene was as usual on the higher side at more than 9 upto 11 am., PM 10 was in the range of 200, though previous days average was 359 and PM 2.5 data was not available. At Mandir marg PM 10 was between 298 to 216 ( ), while PM 2.5 was almost within the limit during this tenure.
Indian Institute of Tropical Meterology, showed the Air Quality level at Moderate level at today in
. It showed PM 10 at an average of
202.4 and PM 2.5 at 75.4. It has predicted the Moderate Air Quality Level in Delhi for the next two days and
for the same period in Mumbai & Pune, it’s showing the Air Quality Level as
B S Vohra
New Delhi, April 15: Delhi's roads seemed empty today as odd-even vehicle rationing returned three months after the pollution control experiment was first tried.
Toxic gases and particulate matter remained above safe limits although travel time was cut by at least two-thirds - both trends having continued from the first phase.
Unlike the first trial, the schools are open. Today, however, was Ram Navami and most schools, government offices and private firms remained closed. Also, many Delhi residents have headed to the hills for the long weekend.
"Many kids in our area have skipped school - the Guru Harkrishan Public School here was open," Krishna Nagar resident B.S. Vohra told this newspaper. "Some of those who neither take buses nor have arranged for carpools decided to skip classes."
The government has exempted cars carrying school-uniform-wearing children but not those returning after dropping them or going to pick them up - in effect, nullifying the exemption.
But transport minister Gopal Rai played down the inconsistency, highlighting the continuing exemption to women drivers (provided they are not driving adult male passengers).
"Eighty-five per cent of those who drop children to school and pick them up are women," he told reporters, without revealing the source of the stat.
"They should enquire about other children in their vicinity and drop them at their homes too."
Yogesh Agrawal, who normally drives his son to school in east Delhi before coming to his shop near Parliament, woke up early today.
"We decided to walk to his school. In the afternoon, his grandfather will walk him back. We're lucky that the school isn't too far. Others are carpooling or have booked autos."
One of Delhi's 15-odd auto-rickshaw unions and a taxi drivers' union have declared a strike on Monday demanding 10,000 new auto permits and a ban on mobile-app-based cabs found violating the CNG-fuel norm.
Delhi has only around one lakh autos, almost a fifth of which run without legal papers, to cater to its population of 1.65 crore - the lowest auto-to-population ratio in India.
The government and the schools are promoting carpooling. "We normally encourage them to carpool even without the odd-even rationing in force," Bal Bharati Public School principal L.V. Sehgal said.
Entrepreneur Anchal Agarwal has just bought a third car - a diesel SUV with even number plates. She already has a sedan and a hatchback with odd number plates. People can buy an even or odd registration number for Rs 20,000 in Delhi.
"As a woman, I'm exempt but my brother and father need to travel to work. My brother drives 50km from Anand Lok to Wazirpur every day," she said. "We plan to sell one of the old cars."
By evening, 1,311 cars had been fined Rs 2,000 for violations. The government plans to fine-tune the scheme in this round and make it a permanent feature every month.
With thanks : Telegraph - Kolkatta - LINK