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This is an invitation to all event/media agencies from the International Confederation of NGOs (iCONGO26042014
sagar media positioning MEDIA IN SERVICE Menu Search This is an invitation to all event/media agencies from the International Confederation of NGOs (iCONGO Attention Event/Media Companies – Inviting Expression of Interest for a big ticket knowledge forum & awards ceremony.”>Attention Event/Media Companies – Inviting Expression of Interest for a big ticket knowledge forum & awards ceremony.mall;”>This is an invitation to all event/media agencies from the International Confederation of NGOs (iCONGO). Kindly submit your tender applications towards organising our annual conference and awards which are now into its 9th year. Earlier called the RIGHT every WRONG Conclave (the most pioneering and premier thought leadership forum in India which was by invitation only for 6 years), we rechristened the same as REX- IDEAS FOR ACTION and made it a public conclave from 2012.
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digitalLEARNING Weekly Newsletter: April 24, 2014   Volume 11, Issue 17SPECIAL FEATURE:Eying Global Recognition for Indian Degrees If all goes well, Indian universities will soon be on par with some of its renowned global counterparts as the country is set to get full-fledged membership of Washington Accord by June 2014.

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APRIL 25, 2014LEAVE A COMMENTEDIT The Karnataka Farmers’ Movement (KRRS) in 1999’Nehru Memorial Museum and Library cordially invites you to a Seminar


at 3.00 pm on Friday, 25th April, 2014 in the Seminar Room, Library Building
on
‘Scaling up or Remaining Rooted?: The Karnataka Farmers’ Movement (KRRS) in 1999’
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Dr. Stig Toft Madsen University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Abstract: In the summer of 1999 about five hundred farmers from around the world went to Europe on a month-long Inter-Continental Caravan to protest the genetic engineering of crops and various icons of globalisation such as the World Trade Organisation. The Caravan was conceived by – among others – Professor M.D. Nanjundaswamy, the leader of theKarnataka Rajya Ryota Sangha (KRRS). His movement derived great mileage from critiquing globalization, but raising the stakes precipitated the virtual bifurcation of the KRRS in the aftermath of the Caravan.  
Speaker: Dr. Stig Toft Madsen is a Danish anthropologist cum sociologist who has work…
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Talk on book “Rise & Decline of global Security Actor” at CPR : Anne Hammerstad23042014
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Categories : Uncategorized Syria lawmaker becomes first presidential challenger23042014 A Syrian lawmaker has registered as the first-ever challenger for the presidency in an upcoming election expected to return incumbent Bashar al-Assad to power, the speaker of parliament said on Wednesday.  “We have received information from the higher constitutional court that member of parliament Maher Abdel Hafiz Hajjar has filed his candidacy for the post of president of the Syrian Arab Republic,” state television quoted Mohammad Lahham as saying.  Hajjar, an independent MP, was born in Aleppo in 1968, the broadcaster said. His candidacy was announced two days after Lahham said Syria would hold a presidential election on June 3.  Assad, who became president on the death of his father Hafez in 2000 and whose current term ends on July 17, is expected to stand and win ano…