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Happy Deepavali Wishes - from ISPARK and GOMAXIT!

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Deepavali Wishes from Team ISPARK and GoMaXit

May this Deepavali (festival of lights) destroy your old burdens, limitations, worries and pains. And flood your life with wisdom, joy, energy, health and prosperity! 

Our teams at ISPARK and GOMAXIT.COM wish you and your family and loved ones a wonderful Deepavali 2017!

posted Oct 18 by Sridhar Pai

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Wishing you all a wonderful Deepavali! May the colours and light of the festival brighten your homes and hearts all the year through! 

On the occasion, here is a picture of the hand-crafted diyas from the wonderful children at Asia Centre for Developmental Disabilities (AWWA Project) Bangalore! Buy desi Divas!

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                      seen in the picture is Mr Arun Kumar, co-founder and head of Sales ISpark Innovations

iSpark Innovations held its first training program for its associate partners in North Karnataka at Hospet on Dec 3 2017. A brand new enthusiastic reseller community is emerging in North Karnataka region and has now representatives in several major taluks and districts. We are still looking to add people to fully cover these markets. The effort is headed by Anantha Narayana - Channel Manager, North Karnataka, who can be reached at 

+91 99869 25969.

  seen in the picture is Mr Arun Kumar, co-founder and head of Sales ISpark Innovations

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In a search for solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing people around the world, the second day of the Unite Conference in Rotterdam looked to build bridges from schools to politicians to policies.                               The world and its multitude of problems may appear overwhelming at first glance, but the mood at Education International (EI)’s Unite for Quality Education and Leadership Conference in The Netherlands’ Education City 2017 could be summed up into one word: action.

http://edupost.in/students/read/from-the-classroom-to-the-world-and-back-educators-take-on-a-global-perspec

That was the message conveyed by speakers and ideas stemming from discussions during day two of the three-day event. The tone of the day was set with the powerful and memorable words of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi. The champion of children’s rights, and long-time friend of EI, Satyarthi brought current political and social issues to the fore.  

“Before so many walls are constructed around and inside of us, let's unite the world through bridges of compassion,” he said. “Teachers can lead with conscience, courage and compassion to help build a child-friendly world.”                                                                                                                                                                       The Nobel Laureate announced his new 100 Million for 100 Million Campaign, which was fully endorsed and supported by EI General Secretary Fred van Leeuwen. The initiative seeks to see that the world’s 100 million child labourers are set free. Of Satyarthi van Leeuwen said that “his story is one of vocational perseverance, dedication to his values and plain and simple hard work.”

His words were also appropriate on day when the troubling trend of post truth was discussed in the context of education, and how teachers can work to counter the reality of false facts. And the theme of compassion and human connection was also relevant as the contentious issue of standardised testing was put to the debate floor. Steffen Handel of the Norwegian EI affiliate UEN exchanged his views with the OECD’s Yuri Belfali.

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ISpark Innovations wishes all its readers, patrons, partners, customers, students, friends and associates a wonderful, joyous, prosperous and sprited Ugadi !!

Ugadi (UgādiSamvatsarādiYugadi) is the New Year's Day for the Hindus of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Telangana in India. It is festively observed in these regions on the first day of the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra. This typically falls in March or April of the Gregorian calendar.

Happy Ugadi from ISpark Innovations

The day is observed by drawing colorful patterns on floor called Rangoli (or Kolam) mango leaf decorations on doors called torans, buying and giving gifts such as new clothes, giving charity to the poor, special bath followed by oil treatment, preparing and sharing a special food called pachadi, and visiting Hindu temples.

The same day is observed as a New Year by Hindus in many other parts of India. For example, it is called Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra. Source: Wikipedia (with minor edits to suit reader preferences).

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Sadanand Nayak, Principal District and Sessions Judge, inaugurating an awareness jatha in Yadgir on Thursday.

Sadanand S. Nayak, Principal District and Sessions Judge, said on Thursday that it was every citizen’s duty to prevent child marriage. He asked law enforcement agencies to ensure action is taken against those responsible for child marriages.

Jatha taken out against child marriage

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/educate-children-and-make-them-pillars-of-society-says-judge/article19079124.ece

He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating an awareness jatha titled ‘Prevention of Child Marriage and Shale Kade Nanna Nade’, jointly organised by the district administration, the zilla panchayat, the District Legal Services Authority, the District Bar Association and others.

Urging parents not to marry off their minor children, Mr. Nayak said that performing a child marriage was an offence under the law. “Educate your children, make them pillars of the society,” he said.

Deputy Commissioner Khushboo Goel Chowdhary and zilla panchayat CEO Avinash Menon Rajendran released booklets and pamphlets on the theme. Sharanappa Patil, deputy director of the Department of Women and Child Development, were present.

 

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