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Newsletter Issue 27 : October 1, 2009 - October 31, 2009

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all the lights of the world cannot be compared even to a ray of inner light of the self

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Think your way to success

by: Stephane Therrien


Why look outside of ourselves for things that can only be found on the inside? Things like true happiness and success is found within us. Success is a process and the result of a special attitude. You must be successful in mind before you can become successful in life.


तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय:


may this day lead us from darkness to light


soak in the light the knowledge of inner self

distribute the sweets of love & peace

destroy the explosive tendencies of hatred & violence


enjoy Deepawali


Baby Warmer


An infant incubator is used mainly to keep a baby’s core temperature stable at 37 degrees Celsius. Most incubators also humidify the air and can add extra oxygen. The core temperature of the human body needs to be kept at a constant temperature of 37 degrees Celsius. If the temperature goes too high or too low, then the organs can be damaged and illness or death can result.


vision of a skilled India

Sanjeev Dhawan

The world is graying.

One of the few countries that are young is India. It is also the most populous young country.

with a high growth it needs skilled manpower. It also will be a major supplier of skilled manpower to the graying world.

It is estimated that India will need to develop 500 million skilled manpower by 2022 to meet this daunting challenge.

It requires probably the biggest ever training endeavourer in the world history.

Our existing vocational training infrastructure (Presently there are over 4971 ITIs (1869 in Govt. & 3102 in Private Sector) having a total seating capacity of 7.18 lakhs) is capable of producing 3 million skilled manpower a year and has so far produced 30 million skilled people. This underlines the gravity of the situation. The gap is overwhelming. Not only in terms of quantity but also in terms of quality.


Child Labour

Source: The National , September 10th 2009


PATNA, INDIA // Thirteen-year-old Chunmun Kumari was once the face of Unicef’s campaign against child labour in India. Three years later, however, she is still working up to 14 hours a day. Although it is at a roadside tea stall run by her mother in the capital of impoverished Bihar state, Chunmun’s fate, like tens of millions of other destitute Indian children, illustrates the failure of the state to enforce child labour laws, advocacy groups say.

Chunmun’s mother, Sita Devi, said Unicef and local government officials promised financial assistance and free education to her daughter, but their promises proved hollow. “Initially officials came when her picture appeared on posters across India. They promised help but nothing was given to her, actually, not even any compensation for the picture by Unicef,” she said.


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