Monday, June 12, 2017


I take pleasure in informing you that the 1st year students of NSD are presenting a new production –

Playwright : Mohit Chatterjee
Translation : Santwana Nigam
Design & Direction : Rajinder Nath

The performances are scheduled from 14th to 17th June 2017 at 6.30 pm daily with two additional shows on 16th & 17th June 2017 at 3.30 pm at Abhimanch Auditorium, Bahawalpur House, Bhagwandas Road, New Delhi-110001.

Director, NSD is very happy to invite you to any of the performance on the given dates and time.

Please spare some time from your hectic schedule to witness the performance.

Looking forward at the venue.

With warm regards,

A.K. Barua
Public Relations Officer
National School of Drama
New Delhi
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June12, 2017 (C) Ravinder Singh

 It is not just that 80 Crore Farmers are ‘Exploited by Traders & Moneylenders’ but they lose out on JOBS also.
Ø Half don’t have Power Connection,
Ø Other half get frequent power cuts,
Ø Youths of Farming Family are Deprived of Quality Education and just 8% out of 60-70% Young Population, Next Gen of Farmers get PREMIUM EDUCATION. Only 6%-7% of them finish the courses.
Ø Farmers are already agitating for JOB RESERVATIONS.
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Edit"IIT Engineering Admissions – 8% From Farming Families"


The UN’s children agency is warning that the fight for the Islamic State group’s stronghold of Raqqa in northern Syria is threatening the lives of more than 40,000 children. In a statement Friday, it says the violence has resulted in massive displacement in and around the city, with some 80,000 children now internally displaced and living in temporary shelters and camps. US-backed Syrian forces launched their attack on Raqqa earlier this week and US-led coalition airstrikes have intensified. “An estimated 40,000 children remain trapped in extremely dangerous conditions in Raqqa. Many are caught in the crossfire,” said UNICEF regional director Geert Cappelaere. He called on all parties to provide safe passage to those wishing to leave the city.
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The German foreign minister has announced extra aid to improve conditions at refugee camps. He warned of growing instability and urged warring parties to overcome their differences and support the UN-backed government.
Germany's foreign minister in Libya
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Wednesday made a surprise visit to Libya to announce a new tranche of aid to the conflict-ridden country.
Berlin will provide 3.5 million euros ($3.9 million) to Libyan authorities to improve conditions at refugee camps in the North African country, Gabriel said. The money is expected to complement relief funds provided by Germany aimed at easing Europe’s migration crisis.

“It is, therefore, our goal, together with the Libyans, to resist the instability that has arisen from the absence of established structures,” Gabriel said. “Concrete progress is urgently needed.”
German FM @sigmargabriel is today on a previously unannounced visit to . Key topic on the agenda: .

Since the closure of the so-called Balkan route at the beginning of 2016, more people have tried to cross the Mediterranean Sea and reach Europe, often leaving from Libya.

Nearly 70,000 migrants, many of them fleeing conflict and extreme poverty in the Middle East and Africa, have made the perilous journey so far this year, of which 80 percent arrived in Italy, according to data provided by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
European authorities have attempted to impede irregular migration to the bloc by warning would-be migrants about the dangers of the route across the Mediterranean. More than 1,600 migrants have died in 2017 attempting the voyage, IOM reported.
Calls to overcome rivalry
Gabriel called on rival Libyan authorities to overcome their differences through dialogue. Libya has three rival governments, of which only one is recognized by the United Nations as the legitimate government.
Germany’s Gabriel said conflicting parties should abide by UN-brokered agreements signed in 2015, which effectively established the Government of National Accord led by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj.
Libya plunged into chaos in 2011, when anti-government protesters demanded dictator Moammar Gadhafi to step down, prompting a brutal crackdown by regime forces. NATO responded by leading an operation against the government.

Within two weeks of Gadhafi’s assassination at the hands of Libyan rebels, NATO ended its intervention.
Since then, warring parties have attempted to claim power in the North African country, leading to instability and the eventual rise of the so-called Islamic State (IS) militant group in 2014. media agencies

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