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Ambassador of France Emannuel Lenain Presented Credentials to Prez

(New Delhi)Ambassador of France Emannuel Lenain Presented Credentials to Prez Ambassador of France Emannuel Lenain and Ambassador of the European Union Ugo Astuto, Presented their credentials to the President Ram Nath Kovind
According to a statement issued by the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Freddy Svane, Federico Salas Lotfe and
Yerlan Alimbayev, Ambassadors of Denmark, Mexico and Republic of Kazakhstan also presented their credentials

ITU Announced 18 Winners ,Including IIM Bangalore, of WSIS Prizes 2015

[Geneva] ITU Announced 18 winners Including IIM Bangalore,of the WSIS Prizes 2015
Secretary-General Houlin Zhao announced the 18 winners of the WSIS Prizes 2015 at the WSIS High-Level Opening Segment, which was held at the headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva.
The WSIS Prizes 2015 contest provides a platform to identify and showcase success stories across the 11 WSIS Action Lines defined in the Geneva Plan of Action.
This year’s WSIS Project Prize winners include government departments+ international organizations+private sector companies+ NGOs + academia.
More than 300 projects were nominated for the 2015 contest, more than twice the number of nominations in 2014, reflecting the prestigious nature of the award and the growing importance of ICTs in national development strategies.
The awards are conferred through online voting involving over 100,000 stakeholders from around the world.
This year’s 18 winners are:
Action Line C1 The role of government and all stakeholders in the promotion of ICTs for development
Winner: Young Innovations, Nepal
Action Line C2 Information and communication infrastructure
Winner: Ministry of Communications and Transportation, Mexico
Action Line C3 Access to information and knowledge
Winner: Prime Minister’s Office, Bangladesh
Action Line C4 Capacity building
Winner: Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, United Arab Emirates
Action Line C5 Building confidence & security in the use of ICTs
Winner: Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico (RSE), Italy
Action Line C6 Enabling environment
Winner: Ministry of Finance, Kazakhstan
Action Line C7 E-government
Winner: Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia
Action Line C7 E-business
Winner: Ministry of Economy and Finance, Uruguay
Action Line C7 E-learning
Winner: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India
Action Line C7 E-health
Winner: FHI 360, United States of America
Action Line C7 E-employment
Winner: Ministry of Manpower, Oman
Action Line C7 E-environment
Winner: Central Agency for Information Technology, Kuwait
Action Line C7 E-agriculture
Winner: Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Netherlands
Action Line C7 E-science
Winner: Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran
Action Line C8 Cultural diversity & identity, linguistic diversity
Winner: South-West University ‘Neofit Rilski’, Bulgaria
Action Line C9 Media
Winner: Radio Farm International, Canada
Action Line C10 Ethical dimensions of the Information Society
Winner: Rwanda Media Commission, Rwanda
Action Line C11 International & regional cooperation
Winner: Economic Commission for Latin America & the Caribbean

Presidents Obama And His Mexican Counterpart Nieto Desired a Great New year for Relationship

Presidents Obama And His Mexican Counterpart Nieto Desired a Great New year for Relationship
Presidents Barack Obama And His Mexican Counterpart Peña Nieto Voiced Their Desire for 2015 to be a great year for the U.S.-Mexico relationship
Barack Obama welcomed Mexican President Peña Nieto and his delegation to the White House.
This meeting marked Peña Nieto’s first White House visit as the President of Mexico.
The two Presidents discussed a range of topics, including immigration, economic growth, security, and Cuba. Both voiced their desire for 2015 to be a great year for the U.S.-Mexico relationship –
– “a relationship which is mainly based on friendship, cordiality, mutual respect, shared interests for prosperity and development for our nations,” President Peña Nieto said.
On Cuba:
President Obama described his initiative to end the 50 years policy with relation to Cuba but without compromising human rights and democracy and political freedom. Visiting Mexican President Assured Tireless Support.