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managed by the DMRC The Delhi Metro operates on a network of 213 kilometres across seven different corridors and 160 metro stations “One is efficient last-mile connectivity the paratransit system and the second one is reasonable parking space at and near about metro stations” Baijal said adding good traffic management should also be in place at metro stations DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh and his teams are taking all possible efforts to bring in the last-mile connectivity not only to facilitate the passengers for lastmile journey but also remove congestion the Lt Governor said He said that in another major achievement the entire electricity requirement of Delhi Metro’s Phase 3 will be met with solar power On his part Singh highlighted the various initiatives taken by Delhi Metro in the past year “Last year has been a very satisfactory year as far as operations are concerned We are transporting about 28 lakh passengers with the help of about 3100 train trips maintaining a punctuality of 9997 per cent” he said “We are a member of the prestigious COMET organisation which is an association of the world’s big metros Every year we compare the performance of the metros Benchmarking is done for all metros Every year we feature among the top three or four metros in all respects” Singh said At the function the Chandni Chowk Metro station was adjudged the ‘Best Metro Station’ and Shrikant Head Station Controller Rajiv Chowk received the ‘Metro Person of the year award’ The Metro Woman of the Year Award was given to Kumari Tara Station Controller/Train Operator Yamuna Bank Crew Control Besides them 44 more employees from various departments were awarded for their meritorious performance An employee from the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) was also awarded for his contribution towards maintaining security in the DMRC For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: May 10 2016 12:02 am Army personnel prepare a pontoon bridge at the banks of holy river of Kshipra as a part of preparations for Simhastha Maha Kumbh in Ujjain on Wednesday (Source: PTI) Related News The city of Ujjain in central India would seem an unlikely place for the conduct of Indian diplomacy Madhya Pradesh (MP) is in fact among the few states of India that neither has a coast nor an international border But the state’s rich heritage has always made it an important location on the world’s cultural map Delhi has now chosen to lend a diplomatic dimension to the ancient city of Ujjain by internationalising this year’s month-long Simhasth Maha Kumbh festival that began in April on the banks of the Kshipra river Ujjain is among the four cities where the Maha Kumbh is celebrated every 12 years drawing millions of pilgrims for a holy dip The other three are Haridwar Allahabad and Nashik The BJP government in MP and the NDA government in Delhi have decided to host a “spiritual maha kumbh” of religious leaders from across India and the world this week in Ujjain Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the concluding session of the inter-faith symposium on Saturday Many foreign envoys in Delhi are expected to join The president of Nepal Bidhya Devi Bhandari pulled out last week amidst political turbulence in Kathmandu Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena will be present and lend the occasion some diplomatic gravitas Coming at the end of the NDA government’s second year in power the Ujjain event highlights one of the unique features of the NDA government’s international relations — putting religion at the heart of India’s cultural diplomacy It was India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and his education minister Abul Kalam Azad who founded the Indian Council of Cultural Relations in 1950 Nehru and Azad understood the subcontinent’s vast cultural inheritance must necessarily play a role in modern India’s international engagement Nehru however was clear in his mind that religion must be kept out of India’s diplomacy This unwritten norm laid down by Nehru was followed largely by his successors including Atal Bihari Vajpayee the first BJP prime minister The one exception to the secular approach to foreign policy occurred when India sought to join the Organisation of the Islamic Conference when it was founded in 1969 (The OIC has since been renamed as the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) The rebuff from the OIC at the behest of Pakistan in fact seemed to reinforce the taboo in Delhi against mixing religion with foreign policy Not any longer While the governments in Delhi sought to separate faith and foreign policy India’s religion and philosophy had begun toacquire a special niche in the global market for spiritualism in the 1960s The famous seekers who came to India included the Beatles who spent time at Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram in Rishikesh in 1968 That tradition continues as ordinary men and women celebrities and world leaders make the passage to India Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook revealed last year that he had visited the Kainchi Dham in Uttarakhand at the suggestion of Steve Jobs the founder of Apple who had visited the ashram in the 1970s Meanwhile the Indian godmen and gurus responded to a growing market in the world especially in the West Yoga and meditation gained large followings around the world including in the East Delhi and its diplomatic establishment took a somewhat bemused and detached view of this growing spiritual engagement between India and the world Prime Minister Modi however appears to have taken a conscious decision to integrate religion into India’s diplomacy In the last two years he has taken a number of steps in this direction His worship at the Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu and prayers at a Buddhist temple in Kyoto during 2014 were at once acts of personal religiosity and part of a conscious strategy to deepen the links with the people of these countries His decision to invite the visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the Ganga worship in Varanasi last year and the invitations to the presidents of Nepal and Sri Lanka to join the Maha Kumbh celebrations in Ujjain this week are one part of the unfolding story of religion and the new Indian diplomacy The diplomatic campaign to get the United Nations to declare June 21 as the International Yoga Day is another Even more significant has been Modi’s conscious strategy to build on the Hindu-Buddhist links between India and a large number of Asian countries Last year he also joined the participants of a Hindu-Buddhist conference in Delhi and Bodh Gaya Earlier this year the PM had convened a World Sufi Forum that brought Islamic scholars from around the world to Delhi as part of Modi’s conviction that mobilising the religious and spiritual traditions is critical to combating violent extremism and building a harmonious society The Maha Kumbh in Ujjain suggests Modi’s religious diplomacy is here to stay While traditionalists would demur the PM seems quite convinced that religion as an integral part of India’s culture must also be an important component of Indian diplomacy The writer is director Carnegie India and consulting editor on foreign affairs for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPrime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Russia comes at a time when there are growing concerns in India over Moscow’s newfound closeness to China and Pakistan The average citizen long accustomed to Russia standing by India and against Pakistan finds Moscow’s recent overtures to Pakistan hard to digest This shift is due to the changing power equations in the world Russian president Vladimir Putin is regarded by United States’ lawmakers and strategic thinkers (but not by President Donald Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner) as an evil dictator out to grab smaller eastern European countries – much as he did with the Ukrainian territory of Crimea Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Russian president Vladimir Putin AP As a result Moscow has little option but tomove closer to cash-rich China at a time when few Western democracies are willing to engage with Putin Possibly with an eye on Afghanistan as well as a chance to sell arms to earn much-needed dollars Russia is also reaching out to Pakistan China’s time-tested friend The China-Russia-Pakistan nexus is worrisome for India as it could change the strategic balance of the region However when Modi and Putin sit down to talk during the former’s visit especially during the restricted one on one meetings there is a good chance that they will clear much of these perceived misconceptions If India is wary of Russia’s new found warmth for China and overtures to Pakistan Moscow has been watching with as much concern New Delhi’s growing warmth towards the United States The process which began with the India-US civil nuclear deal signed by the UPA government has moved swiftly under Modi But with uncertainty marking Donald Trump’s presidency and his NATO allies worried about a change of US policy New Delhi too will be circumspect In this uncertain global environment where a multi-polar world is emerging neither Modi nor Putin will want to abandon their age-old ties What is needed is to reinvigorate ties But with the uncertainty marking Trump’s presidency and his NATO allies worried about a change of US policy New Delhi too will be circumspect In this uncertain global environment where a multi-polar world is emerging neither Modi nor Putin will want to abandon their age-old ties What is needed in fact is to reinvigorate these ties Modi is well aware that Moscow had in the past firmly backed India on world forums and for decades had refused to sell arms to Pakistan – because New Delhi had often made the point that all arms supplied to its army finally ended up being used against India Soon after taking office in 2014 Modi is said to have told Ministry of External Affairs officials that India cannot forget that Moscow had stood firmly with it in every war against Pakistan In the past India-Russia ties have also had a major consensus on important global issues The political ties with Russia werealways strong It was after all one of the few countries that sided with India during the Bangladesh liberation war when the United States was sending out its seventh fleet to back Pakistan But today all this has changed Now Russia is one of the biggest backers of China’s One Belt One Belt (OBOR) policy Putin was present at last month’s mega event organised by China while India decided to boycott it India down the years has been the biggest buyer of Russian arms Even today India continues to buy arms from Russia though Israel United States and France also figure in the list But past certainties are now breaking down "A kind of inertia has crept into the India-Russia ties This has to go Both sides have to think afresh be more innovative in their approach to infuse new life into the relationship” said Nandan Unnikrishnan a leading Russian expert from the Observer Research Foundation "If Modi and Putin sit down together and have a heart to heart discussion many of the current concerns on both sides can be addressed”Unnikrishnan said Afghanistan is another area where India and Russia no longer see eye to eye Earlier New Delhi and Moscow were on the same page – hoping to strengthen the elected government and having no truck with the Taliban But a fresh initiative has been on the cards for the last year or so to stabilise Afghanistan China Russia and Pakistan have held at least three meetings on the issue With Islamic State (IS) presence in Afghanistan steadily growing both China and Russia are worried about the spread of jihadi forces in their restive Muslim-dominated regions of Xinjiang and Chechnya However as of now the initiative has achieved little success Instead the government in Kabul is literally under siege as the Taliban continues to attack at will The latest is a massive explosion in Kabul on Wednesday which killed at least 90 persons Afghanistan and terrorism are certain to be discussed at length during the Modi-Putin meeting Modi’s talks with Putin in St Petersburg as part of his four-nation tour is slated for Thursday A major focus for both sides will be to give a thrust to their economic ties While theirrelationship has flourished in defence nuclear and space trade has always remained a major constraint Having collaborated with India before Russia is well placed to take advantage of Modi’s Make in India policy Last year at the BRICS summit in Goa an intergovernmental agreement was signed for the joint production of a lightweight helicopter – Kamov Ka-226 The joint venture was signed between India’s Hindustan Aeronautics and Rosoboron Export Russia Helicopters The $100 billion deal entails that India will buy 60 of these helicopters in afly-away condition from Russia Another 40 will be assembled in India while the remaining 100 will be entirely manufactured in thecountry A forward movement on the helicopter deal is likely to be announced in St Petersburg during Modi’s visit A couple of other MoU’s to boost bilateral trade are also expected But this time around signing agreements is not the primary concern It will be essential to remove the barriers that have led to the fraying of bilateral ties Each party’s concerns must be frankly discussed to restore mutual confidence and build trust once again Written by Press Trust Of India | Published: July 2 2012 3:51 am Top News New Delhi:In a report Accidental Deaths and Suicides in India 2011 released recently by the governmentit has been revealed that the number of suicides have increased in 2011 by 07 per cent compared to the previous year West Bengal has reported the highest number of suicides (16492) accounting for 122 per cent followed by Tamil Nadu (15963) and Maharashtra (15947) West Bengal has reported the highest number of suicide victims 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