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English Release 22-December 2014
Date Month Year
  • President's Secretariat
  • President of India’s message on the eve of National Day of Japan
  • Min of Agriculture
  • Year end Review for the Ministry of Agriculture for the Year 2014-15
  • Min of Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • Revival of Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT)
  • Gujarat Chief Minister Mrs Anandiben Patel Discusses Various Projects Relating to the State in the Ministry with Chemicals & Fertilizer Minister Shri Ananth Kumar
  • Min of Civil Aviation
  • Airports Improve in Service Quality
  • Waiting Time within OMDA Standards at Domestic Terminals of IGI Airport
  • Non-aeronautical Revenue of AAI increases
  • Min of Coal
  • Dependent on Coal Mines of end use Projects
  • Auction of Coal Blocks for Power Sector
  • Guidelines for E-Auction of Coal
  • Auction of Coal Blocks
  • Min of Culture
  • Panoramic Imagery of monuments
  • Ticketed Monuments of ASI
  • Funds to Zonal Cultural Centres
  • Min of Defence
  • In Furtherance of the Democratic Process - Employment of IAF Helicopters During Assembly Elections in Jharkhand and J&K
  • Ministry of Finance
  • Auction for Sale (Re-Issue) of Government Stock

  • Most of the States to benefit from GST from day one; Provisions have been Made in the Constitution Amendment Bill on GST to Ensure that none of the States Lose any Revenue after the Implementation of the GST: FM
  • Min of Health and Family Welfare
  • Shri J P Nadda directs central team to visit Chandigarh to support the UT in managing Avian Flu
  • Statement by Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda, Minister of Health & Family Welfare on 22nd December, 2014 in Lok Sabha in response to the call attention motion regarding the situation arising out of spread of “Encephalitis’’ in Uttar Pradesh and other parts of the country and steps taken by the Government in this regard
  • Min of Human Resource Development
  • E-Education Through Broadband Facility
  • ‘Teaching of Science’- A Component of National Curriculum Framework - 2005
  • Higher Education for Person with Special Needs (HEPSN)
  • Min of Labour & Employment
  • Unemployed due to Closure of Industries
  • Registered Unorganised Sector Workers
  • Min of Micro,Small & Medium Enterprises
  • Prime Minister’s Task Force on MSME
  • Performance of MSME Sector
  • Marketing Assistance Scheme under MSME
  • KVIC Schemes
  • Industrial Clusters under SFURTI
  • Workshed Scheme for Khadi Artisans
  • Min of Mines
  • Mining Lease in Tribal Areas
  • Allocation of Bauxite Mines
  • Min of Petroleum & Natural Gas
  • Review of DBTL in Uttar Pradesh through Video Conferencing
  • Demand and Supply of Natural Gas
  • CSR by OMCs
  • Deregulation of Diesel and Natural Gas Pricing
  • Global crude oil price of Indian Basket was US$ 56.91 per bbl on 19.12.2014
  • Min of Power
  • Commissioning of Power Projects
  • Separate Feeders for Farm and Nonfarm Users in Rural Areas
  • Advisory Group for Integrated Development of Power, Coal, and Renewable Energy Submits its Report
  • Ministry of Railways
  • Railway Minister Directs for Formulation of Integrated Policy on Cleanliness
  • Railways Constitutes Task force for Leveraging of Idle Space on Railways to Generate Additional Revenue
  • Railways Vacant Land to be Utilized for Commercial Development Through RLDA
  • Indian Railways Run 1158 Superfast Trains
  • Measures Taken to Strngthen Security on Railways
  • Guidelines for Rauilway Coolies
  • Indian Railways’ Initiatives to Encourage Foreign Investors for Making Investment Under ‘Make In India’ Programme
  • Min of Road Transport & Highways
  • Pilot Projects Launched for Emergency Care of Road Accident Victims
  • Government Approves Scheme for I&C Centres for Motor Vehicles
  • Training for Drivers of Unorganised Sector
  • Min of Science & Technology
  • Understanding Innovation: Indian National Innovation Report by DST
  • Min of Shipping
  • MoU for Commercially Viable Stretches of National Waterway-5
  • No Case of Dumping Hazardous Waste by Ship-breaking
  • Government Takes Initiatives To Increase Coastal Movement of Cargo
  • Min of Steel
  • Health and Safety Records in Steel Sector
  • Mining by Steel PSUS in Foreign Countries
  • Joint Venture in Steel Industry
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Study to assess impact of International Media Campaign of Ministry of Tourism
  • Central Financial assistance for damage to tourist facilities in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh by Cyclone Hudhud
  • Min of Tribal Affairs
  • Literacy Among Tribals
  • Development Schemes for Tribals
  • Rights of Tribals
  • Min of Women and Child Development
  • The Indian Region Seminar of Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians highlights need for greater safety of women and empowerment at grassroots level
  • Consultative Committee of Women & Child Development Ministry meets to discuss Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme

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President's Secretariat14-April, 2008 9:28 IST
President of India's Address to the Indian Community at Sao Paulo
Following is the text of President of India's Address to the Indian Community at Sao Paulo:-

"I am very happy to be in Brazil as I undertake my first overseas visit as the President of the Republic of India. It is only fitting that the visit to Brazil should begin from the large metropolis of Sao Paulo which enjoys the honour of being the economic and commercial capital of Brazil. Also, I am pleased that my first engagement overseas is an interaction with the Indian community.

Both India and Brazil are large democracies and major countries in their respective regions. The emergence of our two countries as leading players in the global arena has been propelled by their large and qualified manpower resources, big land mass, vibrant trillion dollar economies and the spirit of entrepreneurship that permeates our societies. Our warm and friendly ties have been bolstered by our shared perceptions and endeavours.

The friendship between India and Brazil goes back in time. The Portuguese presence in Goa as well as in Brazil, during the 17th and 18th centuries, provided a common historical bond which facilitated interaction at the popular level. This is reflected in the food, linguistic vocabulary and the folk music traditions of our two countries. India and Brazil share folk traditions such as the stories of Panchatantra, and Poikal Kudhirai of Southern India and Boi-Bumba of Northern Brazil. Indian philosophy has influenced Brazilian intellectual tradition and is reflected in the works of philosophers such as Farias Brito, and poets Cruz e Souza and Cecilia Meireles.

Sao Paulo is unique as it has the world's only university of Yoga. The footprint of Yoga schools is visible all over Brazil. It is also interesting that two Brazilian floats participated in Goa's Carnival this year depicting Portuguese exploration of Brazil.

I am also told that nearly 80% of Brazilian cattle stock derives its origin from India's Nellore variety, which is known in Brazil as Zebu. The year 2006 marked the 100th anniversary of the import of first cow from India into North-East Brazil.

I understand that the Indian community in Brazil, though limited in numbers, has done well. Sao Paulo remains the favourite destination of the Indian community. I appreciate your contributions and I am happy that you have made India proud. You are not only our Ambassadors in a distant country but are also contributing to the building of bridges of understanding between the two countries.

Most of you have not only been able to assimilate yourselves in the Brazilian way of life but are also maintaining close cultural and economic connection with India. It is important that you provide a place in your lives and hearts to both the country of your origin as well as the country of adoption.

The Indian Diaspora estimated at about 25 million is emerging as a major economic, social and cultural force. In recognition of this, the Government of India every year celebrates the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in order to honour and acknowledge the contributions made by the overseas Indian community. We have established an Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre, which can be your window to invest in and benefit from India. Work has begun on establishing a "Diaspora Knowledge Network" - an electronic platform to facilitate transformation of ideas into community action in India. An "India Development Foundation" is also on the anvil which would allow you to contribute to social development causes in India.

I wish you success in your endeavours and seek your continued contribution to the development of India-Brazil relations."

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RCJ/AD
(Release ID :37364)

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