Saturday, 25 October 2014

HIMCOM celebrated Diwali with Cheer!

Heritage Institute of management and communication celebrated Diwali with Cheer!


Heritage Institute of management and communication boomed with high 
energy on Monday. Grand bash celebrations done by students in the 
college.Students tap there feet on punjabi songs. Students made beautiful and colorful Rangoli.Two girls Misha and Dipika and Two Boys Niranjan and Sumit  were selected as Mr. and Ms. Pathaka. On this occasion Mr. Syed Masood (MD of HIMCOM) also attended the function and give blessings and greetings to the students.Teachers and students greets to each other and end there day with music beats and fun.

हेरिटेज इंस्टीट्यूट ऑफ मेनेजमेंट एंड कम्युनिकेशन  में दीपावली महोत्सव का आयोजन किया गया
हेरिटेज इंस्टीट्यूट ऑफ मेनेजमेंट एंड कम्युनिकेशन में सोमवार को दीपावली महोत्सव का आयोजन किया गया । दीपावली समारोह को संस्थान के विद्यार्थियों ने बड़ी धूम धाम के साथ मनाया । इस समारोह के उपलक्ष्य में विद्यार्थियों ने सुन्दर रंग बिरंगी रंगोलियों का निर्माण किया । विद्यार्थियों संग शिक्षक भी इस समारोह में सम्मिलित थे । इस अवसर पर संस्थान के प्रबंध निदेशक सैयद मसूद ने विद्यार्थीओ को दीपावली पर्व की शुभकामनाये दी और उनके उज्जवल भविष्य के लिए आशीवार्द प्रदान किया । इस समारोह के अवसर पर विद्यार्थियों ने कई प्रकार के कार्यक्रम प्रस्तुत किये । सभी विधार्थियो में से दो छात्रों को मिस्टर पटाका और दो छात्राओ को मिस पटाका अवार्ड से सम्मानित किया गया । सभी विद्यार्थियों और शिक्षको ने एक दूसरे को बधाई देकर दीपावली समारोह का समापन किया ।


About HIMCOM

Media studies courses may vary significantly in their content and approach to the subject, but HIMCOM offers a combination of practical preparation for a career in media, alongside opportunities to learn from industry stalwarts and media scholars.
HIMCOM recognizes that in addition to classroom lessons and practical traineeship, an ideal integrated learning environment is indispensable to enable each student to realize his/her academic & professional potentials to the fullest.
It has, therefore, been one of our greatest priorities to equip our campus with state-of-the-art equipment and learning devices, a wide range of facilities and resources which support students throughout their academic career at the Institute and make a remarkable difference in overall experience.

ENCOURAGING SIGNS FOR INTERSOLAR INDIA 2014: NEW INDIAN GOVERNMENT BACKS SOLAR ENERGY




Intersolar India and accompanying Intersolar India Conference take place under one roof for the first time




Mumbai, Ocober 2014: Companies in the solar sector and the wider economy are pinning high hopes on the new Indian government that assumed power in May of this year. While the first positive steps toward changes in energy supply are already being seen, the fundamental stance of the new administration and the Indian solar market will form one of the key topics at Intersolar India 2014. From November 18 to 20, around 200 exhibitors will showcase the entire solar industry value chain covering photovoltaics (PV), PV production technologies, energy storage systems and solar thermal technologies. Around 8,500 visitors from every corner of the globe are forecast to visit the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) for this year’s event. For the first time, the Intersolar India Conference is also taking place there in parallel, and is expected to attract in the region of 700 attendees and 100 speakers.



 For India, the replacement of the Indian National Congress (INC), the party that had governed the country for decades, marks a deep-rooted change. The prime minister now at the helm of the country, Narendra Modi from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is the first man to hold this office in 30 years who is not dependent on the support of other parties. As a result, it will be much easier for his government to vote in and implement its plans, which also gives cause for optimism in the solar camp. Under his leadership as Chief Minister of Gujarat, Modi not only completely reformed the state’s energy supply system, he also promoted renewable sources of energy, and solar power in particular. 2009 saw the birth of the first solar energy incentive program introduced by an Indian federal state. Gujarat’s installed photovoltaic capacity now totals around 1 gigawatt (GW) – more than a third of the cumulative PV capacity installed in India. In its election manifesto, the BJP promised to expand the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), the national incentive program. To date, 400 million people in India still have no access to electricity. The primary aim is therefore to have at least one solar-powered light in every house by 2019.



Technologies and trends in India’s solar energy supply



The fact that the new Indian government is giving so much precedence to solar energy is hardly surprising, as solar irradiation in the country amounts to between four and seven kilowatt hours (kWh) per square meter per day. With around 300 days of sunshine each year, India therefore has ideal conditions for overcoming its energy deficit with the aid of solar power in the future. Since many regions currently have no working power grid, off-grid solar installations (or ‘microgrids’) also play an important role here alongside large-scale solar power plants. The technologies, products and services employed are this year being showcased from November 1820 at Intersolar India by around 200 exhibitors in the fields of photovoltaics, PV production technologies, solar thermal technologies and energy storage systems. During the exhibition, many exhibitors will introduce their products and services in thirty-minute presentations on the Presentation Stage in hall 5, providing visitors with a concise overview of the latest technologies and trends. The honoring of exemplary solar projects with the presentation of the Intersolar AWARD in the Solar Projects in India category is a highlight of the exhibition. Entries for the Award can be submitted until September 12, 2014 under  www.intersolarglobal.com/award.
Conference and exhibition under one roof for the first time
This year, the exhibition conference are taking place for the first time under one roof at the Bombay Convention Centre (BEC). This will allow for easier, more in-depth exchange between exhibition and conference attendees. Featuring 100 international speakers, this year’s conference is also focusing largely on the positive prospects for the Indian solar market. A session on the first conference day is devoted to the national PV market and the individual federal states. By way of contrast, a further session on the same day focuses on international markets in Europe, the MENA region and Asia. Another series of presentations additionally highlights current developments and applications in the solar thermal market. A set of presentations on the second day of the conference addresses the latest situation and market outlook for off-grid installations in India.

As well as market developments, the conference agenda also highlights practical knowledge of technologies and applications. Several sessions deal with the development, financing, safety and operation of large-scale PV power plants, as well as with training specialist staff. In addition, further presentations focus on industrial and commercial roofs, solar/diesel hybrid systems and the topic of energy storage. Parallel networking events give attendees the opportunity to develop business relations and forge new contacts.
Further information is available at www.intersolar.in
About Intersolar

With events spanning four continents, Intersolar is the world’s leading exhibition series for the solar industry and its partners. It unites people and companies from around the world with the aim of increasing the share of solar power in our energy supply. Intersolar India is the country’s largest exhibition and conference for the solar industry. It takes place annually at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai.



The event’s exhibition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production technologies, energy storage and solar thermal technologies. Since being founded, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the solar industry.

In 2013, 170 international exhibitors and around 8,000 visitors attended Intersolar India. Some 100 speakers and about 500 attendees discussed current industry topics and shed light on the conditions surrounding technological, market and political developments at the accompanying conference. With more than 20 years of experience, Intersolar has the unique ability to bring together members of the solar industry from across the world’s most influential markets. Intersolar exhibitions and conferences are held in Munich, San Francisco, Mumbai, Beijing and São Paulo. Starting in 2014, these global events will be complemented by the Intersolar Summits, which will take place in emerging and growing markets worldwide.

For more information on Intersolar India, please visit:  www.intersolar.in

Organizers: The event’s local organizer is MMI India Pvt. Ltd and its international contacts are Solar Promotion International GmbH, Pforzheim and Freiburg Management and Marketing International GmbH (FMMI).

Contact
In India: Mr. Brijesh Nair, MMI India Pvt. Ltd.,
Tel.: +91 22 4255 4707,  brijesh.nair@mmi-india.in

Wonderchef aims to make gifting a Wonderful experience this Diwali


New Delhi, : Chef Sanjeev Kapoor promoted kitchen appliance brand “Wonderchef” offers some innovative and attractive promotional offers this Diwali. To boost up the thoughts and desires of re-decorating kitchen of customers it added a “Fashion” statement in its offerings where 4-seasons range of cookware is being launched in exclusive partnership with Shoppers Stop and Amazon.com. Moreover it is offering discounts ranging from 20% to 50% on entire range are being offered in the 5 days leading to diwali.  

To enhance the festive spirit in customer Wonderchef has taken some aggressive promotional drive with the discount offers.  It expects that these offers are going to give almost a month's worth of sale in coming 5 days. Wonderchef is also going aggressive on e-commerce as well as in departmental stores by offering mega deals for customers to the tune of 50% off on select ranges. It expects that Google ads and mailers in partnership with leading sites like Amazon and Snapdeal would utilise 33% of its annual budget for FY 2014-15

Announcing the Diwali offers Mr. Ravi Saxena, CEO, WonderChef expressed optimistic revelation for  most exquisite gifting options to customers. He said, “This Diwali, we have introduced fashion into cookware for our customers, Customers look for not only high perceived value, but also long term benefit and real value to recipient.” The company also announced the launch of its own Television show on Food Food Channel. “The tremendous response we have received has prompted us to take television to the next level. We are looking investing over 20 million INR on just television and over 30 million INR on consumer promotions this festive season.”  added Mr. Saxena. A key focus channel of the organisation will be e-commerce for this festive season apart from all traditional channels that Wonderchef has been part of.

It has also extended festive offers drive to its franchisees and business partners where the top 3 franchisees in Diwali sales would be invited to Mumbai to have an exclusive dinner with our CEO  Mr. Ravi Saxena and chef Sanjeev Kapoor. They sees a confidence building  and encouragement through such meet and greet initiatives. Moreover, to be more friendly with their regular and loyal customers, Wonderchef is offering 25% additional discount on Wonderchef website.

SAMANVAY IHC INDIAN LANGUAGES FESTIVAL 2014 FOCUSES ON LANGUAGES WITH TRANSNATIONAL PRESENCE





-        In tune with theme “Translations Transnations” Samanvay 2014 to put Bangla, Bhojpuri, Chhattisgarhi, English, Hindi, Konkani, Malayalam, Punjabi and Sanskrit in the spotlight
-        4th Edition of the Exclusive Festival on Indian Languages to feature more than 90 speakers and performers on 20 Languages and dialects across 21 sessions, 4 evening performances and workshops for children

New Delhi; 24th October, 2014: The fourth edition of India Habitat Centre (IHC) Indian Languages Festival ‘Samanvay’ is all set to again invigorate and entertain its audiences from 6th to 9th November 2014 in unarguably the most cosmopolitan city of modern India – New Delhi. Based on its theme “Translations Transnations” Samanvay 2014 will focus on Indian languages which have a transnational presence like Bangla, Bhojpuri, Chhattisgarhi, English, Hindi, Konkani, Malayalam, Punjabi and Sanskrit even while featuring 20 Indian Languages and dialects from across India and South Asia. For the first time, the festival will also host writers from other south Asian countries.

Bigger than ever before, this year Samanvay 2014 will see more than 90 eminent speakers and performers sharing their views with an ever growing audience spread across 21 sessions, 4 evening performances and workshops where the focus will be on Indian languages which have a transnational presence. This year Altaf Tyrewala, Anvar Ali, Arunava Sinha, Arundhathi Subramaniam, Asad Zaidi, Badri Narayan, CS Lakshmi, Darain Shahidi, Fakrul Alam, Gillian Wright, Harrish Iyer, Jerry Pinto, Koushiki Dasgupta, K. Satchidanandan, Melvyn Rodrigues, Madan Gopal Singh, Mrityunjay, Namvar Singh, Rudranarayan Panigrahi, Ram Gopal Bajaj, Saurabh Shukla, Swanand Kirkire, Syed Samsul Haq, Surabhi Sharma and Vinay Pathak apart from many more personalities will be representing an Indian language which has ceased to be confined to their boundaries. The idea is to bring together authors and translators across languages and national borders to discuss how languages and selves travel and get translated into each other.

For Schedule and Online Registration please visit: http://www.ilfsamanvay.org/

Every year during autumn when the city is at its best 'Samanvay' is organized in one of the greenest and best managed urban complex of New Delhi – India Habitat Centre brings to people an exclusive festival devoted completely to the upliftment of literature in Indian Languages. Samanvay also aspires to provide a platform for bringing together expressions of human thought in the varied and diverse cultural contexts that have been nurtured and have flourished in many languages spoken in our cultural milieu. These conversations amongst brilliant and well-known writers will seek to bring to our audiences the sparkle of multilingual expressions and their inspirations.

Samanvay 2014 will be full of conversations around Indian literature, media, and translations, along with poetry performances and cultural evenings. Major highlight of this year’s festival will be tribute to UR Ananthamurthy, Bipan Chandra, Rajendra Yadav, Nabarun Bhattacharya and Khushwant Singh. Also, this year Samanvay Bhasha Samman 2014 will be conferred upon leading Hindi poet Ashok Vajpeyi for his “lifetime contribution to Hindi and Indian literature”. Accepting the award Mr. Vajpeyi said, “Literature celebrates life all the time. Sometimes life should also celebrate literature”. The difficult job to find an individual rested on this year’s Jury, chaired by K. Satchidanandan, and comprised of litterateurs Alok Rai, Udaya Narayana Singh, Sitanshu Yashaschandra and Raj Liberhan.

Beyond the language specific sessions, Samanvay endeavors to cover some of the issues that have shaped our intellectual and social life in recent times: this year it will witness sessions on The Information War; A Tryst with Modernity; Words without Borders; Imagining Pardes; Kiska Sheher, Kiski Zubaan; Displacement, Pathos, Songs; One Language, Two Countries; etc are a very integral part of the Festival.

Samanvay 2014 is the outcome of labour of love for the Literature of Indian Languages put in by the Team comprising of Festival Director Rakesh Kacker and Creative Directors Satyanand Nirupam and Giriraj Kiradoo who have been ably supported by an Advisory Committee comprising of distinguished writers, translators and Scholars like Arunesh Neeran (Bhojpuri), Damodar Mauzo (Konkani), Manisha Chaudhary (Workshops and Outreach), Nirupama Dutt (Punjabi), Pankaj Chaturvedi (Chhattisgarhi), Radha Vallabh Tripathi (Sanskrit), Ravi Singh (English and General), Rizio Yohanan Raz (Malayalam), Salma (Tamil), Subodh Sarkar (Bangla)
Announcing the Festival, Rakesh Kacker, Festival Director, Samanvay said, “We are happy that in last three years, we have been able to make Samanvay a platform of diverse and unique voices from Indian languages and dialects. The fact that it’s widely regarded as the only festival dedicated to Indian languages gives us a lot of satisfaction and throws in more challenges. As earlier, we hope to bring voices of dissent and agreement, hope and despair, anger and calm together to forge dialogues and partnerships that question and celebrate our ideas of each other and find ways of sustaining the unique diversity that constitutes our culture. 

Satyanand Nirupam, Creative Director, Samanvay added “Samanvay 2014 picks up from where we left last year. After talking about the way languages connect and the connections they make in 2013, we now move to the boundaries and barriers they break across languages and across geographies. Into our fourth year, we have covered some ground in focusing on the extraordinary literary activity we have in the so-called ‘regional’ languages and dialects and have developed some understanding of how they deal with questions of identity and representation while engaging in ‘broader’ dialogues. We have celebrated the universality of the local and we hope to continue it this November via Translation, Transnation.”

Elaborating further, Giriraj Kiradoo, Creative Director said “Like its first three editions, Samanvay 2014 is an exercise in searching new forms of empathetic conversations and we’ll have more than two dozen sessions and workshops to attempt this. There are sessions on internal and external journeys of languages on the margins, on displacements and partitions inscribed in the collective memories, on dialects which are disappearing, on the confusing ties of mother tongues in the urban world, on body and text, on an ancient language’s tryst with modernity and of course on translations, cinema and issues like Right to Information.

Samanvay: IHC Indian Languages' Festival:
Samanvay: IHC Indian Languages' Festival was conceived in 2011 as an annual celebration of writing in Indian languages. The festival has aimed at generating dialogue across Indian languages at various levels and has emerged as the only literature festival dedicated exclusively to Indian languages.

The inaugural edition (2011) tried to explore the problematic of bringing various literatures under the master signifier: “Indian” and the mysterious bond that makes these various literatures at once distinct and collective. In 2012, the festival moved on to highlight and discover the heritage of Indian languages through the strain of Boli, Baani, Bhasha:  Gaon, Kasba, Shehar.  Even in 2013 the theme Jodti Zubanein, Judti Zubanein: Langauge Connections aimed at discussing the various kinds of dialogues across the 'regional' languages and their multifaceted interaction with the 'national' languages - Hindi and English.

The first three editions of the festival featured 20 languages presented by more than 150 Writers including some of the contemporary masters like Sitakant Mahapatra, Ratan Thiyam, K. Satchidanandan, Ashok Vajpeyi, Sheen Kaaf Nizam, Girish Kasaravalli, Udaya Narayana Singh, Nabarun Bhattacharya, Rajendra Yadav, Mangalesh Dabral, Yumlembam Ibomcha, Arjun Deo Charan, Anupam  Mishra, Gulzar, Jerry Pinto, Ketan Mehta, Mahesh Bhatt, Mukul Kesavan, Piyush Mishra, Ravish Kumar, Sharada Sinha, Sanjay Kak, Shashi Deshpande, Kavita Krishnan,  Vrinda Grover, Kancha Ilaiah, Alok Rai, K. Sivareddy, Manoranjan Byapari, Nirupama Dutt, Rooprekha Verma, Sylvanus Lamare, Tenzin Tsundue, Udaya Narayana Singh, Viveka Rai and Varun Grover.

National Book Trust is a collaborator for Samanvay 2014 and Delhi Press, Pratilipi Books are its partners. Le Communiqué Consultancy will be handling the public relations for the entire Festival.

Alpenliebe Juzt Jelly brings to life Jelly ki Duniya!



New Delhi, October 24, 2014: Perfetti Van Melle has always been known for creating advertising that stands out with its wit and freshness. And the latest Alpenliebe Juzt Jelly campaign, conceptualized by McCann, is no exception. It unfolds in a unique visually-stunning jelly world where it is possible to do things that are not possible in the world we live in, making the jelly world so fascinating. With characters made out of jelly, the campaign brings to life jelly’s colorful, wobbly, malleable and translucent characteristics. The campaign TVC focuses on the everyday, inane situations that surprisingly become exciting in the jelly world aptly capturing the campaign theme ‘Jelly ki duniya, mast duniya’.

Commenting on the campaign launch, Nikhil Sharma, Director –Marketing , Perfetti Van Melle, said, ”Alpenliebe Juzt Jelly has been one of our most successful launches. At the heart of this brand lies the format innovation which has been very well accepted by consumers. We have attempted to romanticize the jelly form in our new communication approach for the brand by creating its own world depicting the jelly properties in a playful manner and hope that it would help build a stronger bond with our consumers   

Prasoon Joshi, Chairman McCann Worldgroup Asia Pacific, CEO & Chief Creative Officer India addedJuzt Jelly is a product which has already clicked with the consumers. We are really excited with this new campaign which will surely make an endearing bond with the target audience. Our creative director Kapil Batra along with his team and film director Rajesh Krishnan have really worked hard on this campaign. It’s always a joy for McCann to work with Perfetti and this is one more nugget from this partnership”.

Rajesh Krishnan, Director Soda Films commented “This has been one of the most challenging jobs for us. Contrary to belief, animation is a bigger animal to tame than a day’s shoot, as is the case in case of regular TVCs. All in all, we at Soda Films are happy the way this has turned out”.
For over two decades, Perfetti Van Melle India Pvt. Ltd. (PVMI) has been a leading name in the Indian confectionary industry. With a clear focus on the discerning Indian taste, it has delighted one and all with innovative and quality products. A valuable addition to this tasty bouquet was Alpenliebe Juzt Jelly. Alpenliebe Juzt Jelly is now available in multiple flavors –Strawberry,Guava,Orange and Lychee.

Campaign: Jelly Ki Duniya,Mast Duniya
Brand:Alpenliebe Juzt Jelly
Client: Perfetti Van Melle
Agency: McCann Delhi

Creative Team:
Prasoon Joshi(Chairman Asia Pacific, CEO & Chief Creative Officer India)
Kapil Batra(Executive Creative Director)
Rohit Devgun(Creative Director)
Suparv Chotmarada
Jeet Kalra
Utsav Khare

Account Management:
Nikhlesh Jhingan
Abhimanyu Aggarwal
Sumanka Gandhi

Films Dept:
Jeet Kalra
Ankur Mondal

Production House: ​Soda Films​
Director: ​Rajesh Krishnan​
Animation Consultant: Saumen Patel
Producer: ​Ameya Dahibavkar​
Associate Producer: ​Mrudangi Jasani Baidya​ Post Co-ordinator: Ameeruddin Tolan​ ​Animation Post House: Unified (Franck Malmin)
Music: ​Amar Mangrulkar​

Sound design: ​Arun Crastos​

Online: ​Sumanth David​

Grasim Suits Up NorthEast United FC

Grasim Revs up the Style Quotient of the Indian Super League



India - October 21st 2014: Grasim, India’s homegrown and men’s lifestyle brand from Grasim Bhiwani Textiles Ltd., a subsidiary of Grasim Industries Ltd. and a part of the Aditya Birla Group, today announced to be the official suiting partner of NorthEast United Football Club, an Indian Super League football franchise in Guwahati, Assam.

 As part of their official gear, the team will be seen donning the classic black suits by Grasim.  Competing in the inaugural season, the team is owned and operated by Bollywood actor and Grasim’s brand ambassador John Abraham and I-League club, Shillong Lajong.
Mr Abhijit Ganguly, Brand Director Grasim says, “We are proud to be a part of this initiative to promote the spirit of sports and bringing together the untapped talent from the North East. Grasim stands for the self made man and we are privileged to support the team who are contending for the prestigious title.”

The highly anticipated Indian Super League which features eight franchise teams from all around India will begin from October 12th. The league will run from October to December, with a finals series determining the champion.

"I always had a fascination for football and North East. When ISL process started, we decided to have the team Guwahati or else we would have stayed away. By naming the team after the entire region, we want to project the eight states as a force to reckon with in Indian football" explained John Abraham, co-owner of Northeast United FC and Brand Ambassador of Grasim.

About Brand Grasim
Brand Grasim, part of the Aditya Birla Group, is one of the dominant players in the ready-to-stitch over the counter fabric industry.  Grasim has also ventured in to ready-to-wear category by launching readymade garments through distribution network & its exclusive showrooms. Today apart from an elaborate and well-established pan-India distribution network of 150 dealers and 10000 multi-brand outlets, Grasim has an all-India presence through 120 premium stores. 

Gift your pets a Safe Diwali this year


NEW DELHI (October 23, 2014) -
Time of the year again for Indians to indulge in the festival of light and fireworks. Whilst Diwali celebrations can be great fun for people, pets can be left trembling, shaking, barking more and injured by fireworks. Light, noise and color can be frightening and chaotic for animals. Thousands of animals suffer burns every year from firecrackers. Moreover, animal shelters report a dramatic increase in pets lost during the commotion of the celebration.
“Loud fireworks displays cause noise, which can be stressful for our pets,” says N. G Jayasimha, Humane Society International/India managing director. “It’s best to choose small crackers and ensure a safe Diwali for our furry friends at home and around our neighborhood.”
Take precaution by following these simple tips:

  *            Keep your pets indoors and in a familiar room. Pets have a heightened sense of hearing so the jolts and loud noises cause many animals to flee in search of safe haven.
  *            Keep all doors and windows closed and draw the curtains to reduce the noise. Supply pets with enough food and water and ensure someone can stay with them to comfort them.
  *            Store fireworks safely in a closed box, somewhere cool and dry, and out of reach of pets. Do not keep fireworks containers under stairs or exposed in passages.
  *            Decorate with lights, lamps and diyas that are friendlier to the environment and animals by giving off less smoke and noise.
  *            Refrain from bursting crackers near an animal shelter or zoo.  Noise can cause panic and fear. Pollution from burning firecrackers is also harmful to their health.
  *            Take dogs for a walk during the daytime before the celebrations begin. Never walk them near where others are lighting firecrackers.
  *            Consult a veterinarian if pets are prone to acute anxiety or distress from loud noises. Check their availability during Diwali in case of emergency.
  *            If you feed stray animals around your neighborhood, make sure that they are wearing tags labeled with their names and your phone numbers. In case they run away because of the merry-making, people who find them will be able to contact you.
  *            Make a first aid kit in preparation for helping injured animals. Have a bucket full of water handy for emergency and for putting used sparklers into.
  *            Ensure pets are wearing collars and identification tags with current contact information. All pets, even those kept indoors, should wear collars with identification tags at all times.
  *            Keep contact information for local municipal corporations and surrounding shelters handy and approach them immediately in cases of lost pets. If you find a lost pet, either take her to the address on the tag or a local animal shelter.
-30-
Media contacts: Navamita Mukherjee, (0)998547276, nmukherjee@hsi,org

Humane Society International and its partner organizations together constitute one of the world's largest animal protection organizations. For nearly 20 years, HSI has been working for the protection of all animals through the use of science, advocacy, education and hands-on programs. Celebrating animals and confronting cruelty worldwide — on the Web at hsi.org<http://www.hsi.org/>.

‘Flavours of Italy’ at ‘The Resort’-Mumbai





Perfect gelato at home! Yes it possible….!!!

Now pick your favourite yummy delicious flavor of ice-cream and make it your-self. Learn the art of making a perfect Gelato at home from Executive Sous Chef Pawan Kumar Lal at The Resort, Mumbai.

That’s not all indulge yourself with tasty and delectable cuisines all the way from Italy, just by the beach. Madh Marve based – The Resort invites you to woo yourself to a mouthwatering, special Italian cuisine on the menu that include varieties of pastas like SPEGHETTI NEPOLITAINE, PANNE ARBIATA and pizzas like PIZZA A LA FUNGI, GRILLED FISH PIZZA and many more.

What: Italian Cuisine and Home-made Gelato Ice-cream’

Where: The High-Tide restaurant, at The Resort, Madh-Marve, Mumbai

When:  17th Oct- 2nd Nov (only on weekends)

Cuisine on offer: Veg & Non-Veg

Time: 3.00 pm - 7.30 pm

Call: 022 2844 7777