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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Will India get a permanent seat in the U.N. Security Council?

The U.S. President Barack Obama was wholeheartedly welcomed by Indian people and delighted to see him in the country on his first visit over here. H e has been regarded as a great leader pursuing a great vision for peace, security and welfare for all people and countries world around. The commitment of both the democratic nations for better relationship and cooperation in matters that influence world order, security and peace are praise worthy. The need of this century is sustained efforts by these two great democracies working together for a stable, secure and peaceful world, progress and prosperity every where.

India as the largest democracy should open its door for mutual trust and have confidence in its great potential to influence the world in all the strategic fields. There should be bold and united efforts for non proliferation and global disarmament of nuclear weapons. It is expected that the visit of U.S. president have  paved way for such an initiative .His expression supporting India to have a permanent seat in the U.N. Security council have been greatly applauded world wide. President Obama has appreciated India emerging as a major regional and global power and his country’s interest in the economic prosperity and security of India.

As per the joint statement of Prime minister Dr. Man Mohan Singh and President Barack Obama, in the years ahead United States looks forward for a reformed UN Security Council that includes India as a permanent member. According to these two leaders all nations, especially those countries that seek to lead in the 21st century, bear responsibility to ensure that the United Nations fulfills its founding ideals of preserving peace and security, promoting global cooperation and advancing human rights. (Source: PIB,India)

In the worsening scenario of world peace and spread of violent extremisms all over, effective and strategic initiative should be taken by all the countries to revamp and strengthen the United Nations Organization especially the U.N. Security Council. India as the largest democracy and its emerging as a decisive country partnering with major scientific, industrial, information, technological and other areas of economic developments in the world is widely accepted. Hence the prospects of India becoming a permanent member in the Security Council with the support of USA can be a reality in the near future.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Income opportunity for Freelance Translators and freelance Validators

There are some online income opportunities and other revenue resources that you can see with the multilingual portal developed as part of the India Development Gateway (InDG) initiative.  The main motto of InDG is rural empowerment and provides valuable information related to sectors like Agriculture, Health, Primary Education, Rural Energy, Social Welfare and E-Governance. This portal was dedicated to nation by Hon’ble President of India in July 2008.

                  The eligibility criteria for Freelance Translators:

Individual or organization with experience in translation of content related to subjects like Agriculture, Health, Education, Social Welfare, Energy and e-Governance.

 Should have good command over English and respective language (Assamese / Kannada / Gujarati / Malayalam / Hindi / Bengali / Marathi / Telugu / Tamil).

Remuneration will be Rs 125/- per page of English source content

Eligibility criteria for Validators:

Domain expertise in any of the areas like Agriculture, Health, Education, Social Welfare, Energy and e-Governance.

 Minimum 5 years experience in content editing and validation activities in their local language.

Commitment and interest in taking up such responsibilities as part time basis.

Remuneration for validation will be Rs 25/- per page of any language content

More  details are avilable with the web site at: