Saturday, March 22, 2014

Your fingertips to diagnose your future illnesses through Aura Analysis

L to R Dr. Jasjwant Shah, VSD Corporate Events Organisor-
Astro World 2014, Mr. Sagar Jondhale & Mrs. Siraj Jondhale

To Know How? Come & Experience the same at Upcoming ASTROOWORLD-2014 Exhibition on 22nd-23rd March organized by Jondhale Group at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East),Mumbai India.
 GDV Kirlian camera from Russia now launched in India at Astroo-World 2014
Mumbai: In what it may seem like a science fiction but the revolutionary latest Technology GDV camera claims that the aura images taken from this Kirlian technology can forecast the illnesses in body. The services are now available in Mumbai as Dr Jashvant Shah, an expert on the subject, has procured the technology from Russia for the first time in India.
The product and its usability will be at the display during the upcoming “ASTROOWORLD 2014” Exhibition at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon from March 22nd to 23rd. Informing about the GDV camera, Dr Shah said, “The GDV Camera complex consists of hardware and software, for the direct computer registration and processing of a subject's energy field. GDV pictures are created by a unique patented optical system and CCD camera in daylight conditions with real-time processing. Diagnosis by Kirlian photography every six months can be useful for prevention of major diseases of brain, heart, kidney, lungs or intestines.”
The worldwide human genome project is for prediction of diseases. It is an international, collaborative research program whose goal is the complete mapping and understanding of all the Genes of Human beings. Gene is one of the factors controlling heredity. This project will give healthcare providers immense new powers to treat, prevent and cure diseases. Research in alternative medicine can help to prevent diseases at much lesser costs.
In 1939 a Russian photographer Mr. Samuan Kirlian had invented a camera to take photograph of human aura. After his name this camera is known as Kirlian camera. Dr. Konstantein Koroktov, Russian Scientist and Professor of Physics in St. Petersburg Technical University made this camera, computerised it and introduced in many scientific functions.
The product will be displayed and launched during this Exhibition. Ms Siraj Jondhale, representing Jondhale Group’s initiative AstrooWorld said, “This is the only kind of initiative which provides a large platform to leading Celebrity Astrologers, Tarot Card Readers, Numerologists, Vastu Experts, Pranic /Spiritual Healers and many more experts from various parts of the country will  be participating in the show”. The exhibition brings in best of the Gurus from various streams like, Past Life Regression, Face Readers, Aura Readers, Angel Card Readers, Hand Writing Analysis and Signature Analysis Experts, Yogic Laugh and more. Series of short workshops by many of the leading exhibitors will be conducted throughout the show. Come and Know the solutions to your life’s Challenges all under one Roof.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Mumbai 13th april 2013 darak workers  workers union open a march in favour of film actor sajay dutt  started from film city gate no.1.thousand of boll wood employs  participated in the march they were demanding the  mercy. The march conducted by the general  secrectory of darak kamgar union mr. abhijeet  rane and film union secrectory mr. Khalid khan
Film units vice president mr. nishar shekh, ashok dumam and lots of film union imploys and also present there along with their female supporters.
                                                    They were demanding the mercy from president and Maharashtra governor for reducing the punishment a film actor sanjay dutt. Film city traffic police department also supported for the march.  

Monday, December 31, 2012

Actress Bhagirathi Powdel spreads happiness among poor kids

The festival of Christmas is synonymous with happiness. Keeping the mood of the festival in mind actress Bhagirathi Powdel celebrated it by spreading happiness among poor kids. The leading lady of many Bangla and Nepali films Bhagirathi is now settled in Mumbai and she plans to produce a Hindi film under the banner of Shiv Bhagirathi Films.
She also runs an NGO named "Warm Touch'' and helps the poor, sick and needy peoole..Gayatri Chhetri, Sangeeta Gupta,Bhagwan Tiwari and Ravi Gupta are also associated with rhis NGO. On Christmas day Bhagirathi and the members of this NGO distributed school bags,books, pen, compass boxes color pens diaries and sweets to poor students. This distribution event was held at Goregaon-east and around hundred children were gathered to collect the gift.
There was no Santa Clause, no reindeer or sledge yet the children were very happy celebrating Christmas with the members of this NGO. This NGO has also adopted two villages near Dehu Road where retired army people are living. 
Speaking on this occasion Bhagirathi said,'' first i am the citizen of this country and actress later. I love to do social service and whenever i get free time from my acting assignments i devote my time to the services of the poor people.It gives me immense pleasure to see the happiness on the faces of this poor children and i thank God for giving me an opportunity to serve these people''.
Seeing the praiseworthy social service of this actress one would suffice to say, '''May the tribe increase''.
-Aman K. Kamal (India Bureau)

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Majestic MRSS announces appointment of Regional Client Servicing Director & Mentor for South East Asia

Mumbai, 2nd November 2011 Majestic MRSS, One of Asia’s Largest Independent Market Research Companies has appointed Mr. Thanin Prongthura as Regional Client Servicing Director and Mr. Jan Standaert, connoisseur of market research industry as Mentor for South East Asia region to power its rapidly growing business in Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines. Mr. Thanin Prongthura is an international communication specialist with core expertise in Integrated Marketing with focus on PR, Advertising and Digital and passion to dabble and grown in Marketing Research. With a career that spans 13 years across Thailand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam, Mr. Thanin Prongthura is an experienced commercial director with passion for growing offering, talent capital, portfolio, profit, reputation and pursuing entrenching client relationships that spreads advantage beyond borders. A global citizen he has travelled extensively and has lived in 7 countries. Mr. Jan Standaert, Ex-CEO, ACNielsen-Vietnam will Mentor, Train and Build Majestic MRSS’ presence in Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines markets. His 40 years of diverse expertise and global network in the market research industry will ensure Majestic MRSS to achieve steady and strategic growth in South East Asia region.
Speaking about his new role Mr. Thanin Prongthura said: “I like new challenges and I like to build businesses. The opportunity to lead Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines for Majestic MRSS is the perfect opportunity for me. Majestic MRSS growth over the decade has been phenomenal. I am excited to apply my 13 years experience in the Market Research Industry and in particular Participate on consulting teams from inception to completion, Develop and maintain client relationships, Leverage Majestic MRSS research and analysis into actionable strategic analysis on clients behalf for South East Asia region”.
Co-founder & President, Majestic MRSS, Mr. Raj Sharma said: “Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines are important Markets for Majestic MRSS and the demand for conducting research and surveys with pioneering technology continues to grow in this region. We have developed relationships with key clients who are continuing to recognize the need of accurate and quality research to be able to take strategic business decisions. We view Mr. Thanin Prongthura and Mr. Jan Standaert as an important addition to our executive team, and they will lead us to significant growth in South East Asia region.”
About Majestic MRSS
Majestic MRSS, more than a decade-old multi-country market research company, has been working with clients in the Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, FMCG/CPG, Automotive, ICT (Information, Communications and Technology), Hospitality & Retail, Media sectors.
Currently, Majestic MRSS is present in 18 countries in the Middle East and Asia. Since its inception as a Multi-Country Market Research Firm, Majestic MRSS has been Conducting research and surveys in different countries. Majestic has always been at the forefront of technology-enabled research and has been an emerging force in Asia and the Middle East in the last decade. Majestic MRSS also has Eye tracking, Video Streaming, Emotional Measurement, SMS Research tools.
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Saturday, July 3, 2010

City to face Monday blues

The Supreme Court in 2005 upheld a Bombay High Court decision asking the BJP and Shiv Sena to pay Rs 20 lakh as fine for enforcing a bandh in Mumbai. Even though bandhs have been declared illegal there have been several calls for them since

While authorities will try to ensure that railways and buses ply as scheduled, taxis and rickshaw drivers have decided to stay off the road fearing their vehicles may be damaged

The city will have two sets of people on Monday. The ones who have already decided to extend their weekend by a day in view of the nation-wide bandh called by BJP-led parties, and the others, who have no option but to commute. The first set can enjoy the weather, and the rest, continue reading this.

The opposition is going all out to make Monday’s bandh a success. The BJP has managed to bring bitter foes Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena together for the bandh, much to the discomfiture of Chief Minister Ashok Chavan. The parties challenged Chavan to move Supreme Court over the bandh call.

The CM had reminded them of a Supreme Court judgment that restrains political parties from calling a bandh. Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, BJP’s Eknath Khadse, said nobody was scared of the CM’s warning. Joining Khadse were Shiv Sena’s Subhash Desai and MNS leaders Bala Nandgaonkar and Nitin Sardesai, who have vowed to make the bandh a success. On his part, Chavan warned of stringent action to those who indulge in the bandh.A look at how the common man will be affected...

Railways: Western and Central Railway officials assure services will not be affected. The police will be out in full force protecting railway stations, ensuring tracks are not blocked, and motormen not harmed. A senior Railway official said, “We had a top-level meeting on Friday, and have been assured complete safety by the government. Not a single train on any of the three lines will be cancelled. Motormen have been asked to keep the train cabin shut.”

BEST: Not only will the BEST buses run as per schedule, additional buses will be deployed if an emergency arises. O P Gupta, general manager, BEST said, “Of course our services will run normally. Not just that, we are ready to run additional buses if the need arises, especially from the airports. We will put iron grids on bus windows and windscreens for safety.”Taxis and autos: Not just the yellow and black cabs, even private taxi operators like Meru are not sure whether their vehicles will ply on Monday. A L Quadros, chief of Mumbai Taximen Association, said, “Why should poor taxi and autorickshaw drivers suffer in a political battle? Whenever they try to operate during a strike, they are beaten up and the cops just watch. We will remain off roads on Monday.”Police force: Leaves of jawans and officers of Government Railway Police and Railway Protection Force stand cancelled on Monday. ACP Dilip Chavan (GRP) said, “We have asked for additional SRP and riot-control force. Railway is a soft target during bandhs and the city police will also assist us.”

Government and BMC hospitals are determined to continue their services. Dr T P Lahane, dean of all state-run hospitals in the city, said, “We will not postpone any surgeries. OPDs as well as Emergency Services will be available to the patients as we do regularly. We are fortunate that majority of our doctors, nurses and class IV employees resides in the J J campus, so in case of an emergency medical treatment will be easily available,” he added.

Even BMC hospitals will run as usual. Dr Sanjay Oak, Dean of KEM Hospital, said, “We have asked the staff to work overtime. Emergency surgeries will be given priority. We will make use of all the 500 resident doctors who stay in the hospital premises.”

Private hospitals are will also make an effort to ensure there is no disruption of services. Director of Jaslok Hospital Dr S K Mohanty said, “We have requested the staff to stay back on Sunday night so that services are not affected the next day.”

Saturday, December 5, 2009


Navin Prabhakar, T.V. Sinha, Ravi Srivastav
Navin Prabhakar, Arun Kamal, Natalia

Capt. Sumisha Shankar, Deepa Gavit, Sonal Pogul, Arun Kamal
Due to this Event Bihar Foundation Chairman Mr. Ravi Shrivastav had putted some Light in the life of Dr. Rajender Prasad.And Everybody had been silent (monn) for Two min. In this occasion the Chief Guest were Mr. Navin prabhakar, T.V. Sinha, Lion S.C. Mishra, Capt. Sumisha Shankar, Arun Kamal (Chairman India Bureau), and Chairman of Bihar Foundation Mr. Ravi Shrivastav.

Bihar Foundation had announced that they are going to make the award Function in the coming year of 2010 due to month of Jan and even they are going to provide the 1st prize. Who ever going to write the best script in the life of Dr. Rajender Prasad.

This Event had done towards 4 Bunglow Andheri (West) Mumbai towards JEET Studio.