Kidzee Udaipur awarded as The Best Training and Development centers in North India

Kidzee Udaipur (Pologround, Court Chauraha, Sector 4 and Sector 11) have been awarded with the Best Training and Development centers in North India. Kidzee Udaipur got this prestigious award among around 450 operational centers across North India.

Kidzee Udaipur

This was a proud moment where Kidzee Udaipur Director Mrs. Surabhi Panwar was awarded by Mr. Bindra (Head Noth India) in a award ceremony held at Noida. Mrs. Khatri shared that Kidzee Udaipur have been very seriously involved in the field of education and has been continuously rewarded 3 times in a row.

She took this opportunity to thank the team mates, parents and students of Kidzee and assured that she and her team shall continue their efforts for excellence.

Inox Wind Limited receives 170MW order from Continuum Wind Energy

Udaipur, 16 June, 2014: Inox Wind Limited, a subsidiary of Gujarat Fluorochemicals Limited, one of India’s leading wind power solutions provider, has been awarded a 170MW order from Continuum Wind Energy, a Singapore based company, indirectly majority owned by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners. The project is to be constructed in and around Ratlam and Mandsaur districts of Madhya Pradesh and it is one of the largest wind turbine orders in India for a single project.

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The order, valued in excess of Rs 900 cr,  is for 85 units of Inox Wind’s newly launched 2MW wind turbine with 100 meter rotor diameter, a variant of its well established 2MW wind turbine platform. Inox shall also carry out the erection & commissioning as well as the operations & maintenance of the project.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Kailash Tarachandani, CEO of Inox Wind Limited said, “This is a landmark order that underscores our competitive positioning across the highly competitive and growing Indian wind market. With a focus on technology and customer centricity, we have launched this new product for our clients who can achieve optimum energy yield with lower wind speeds”.
Commenting on the order, Mr. Arvind Bansal, CEO & Director, Continuum Wind Energy, said: “In pursuit of our strategy of creating efficient, large scale, world class wind farms in India, we are excited to partner with Inox given their technology  generates more energy in low speed winds. We believe that the successful implementation of such projects will not only result in a cleaner energy base for India but also will help to empower the rural communities of Madhya Pradesh”.

“We are happy to partner with Continuum Wind Energy in their ambitious plan to be one of India’s leading renewable IPPs. Inox’s 100 meter rotor diameter turbine is expected to be a game changer in the wind industry in India. We continue to leverage our strong competitive positioning to emerge as the leading wind solutions provider in India”, said Mr. Devansh Jain, Director, Inox Wind Limited.

“We are excited to support and strengthen our close partnership with Continuum Wind Energy, which is pursuing a differentiated strategy of building and owning large scale, efficient wind farms in India,” Said Chris Koski, Managing Director and head of Investment Strategy, Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners.

About Continuum Wind Energy

Continuum Wind Energy was founded in 2009 by a group of professionals turned entrepreneurs, who worked at India’s leading companies for close to two decades after being educated at India’s foremost institutions. Continuum Wind Energy follows a philosophy of self-development of environmentally-friendly, high yielding wind farms after diligent study of the wind resource, careful planning of construction program in conjunction with the local population and obtaining a fully-committed, conservative financing structure.
Singapore-based Continuum Wind Energy is indirectly majority owned by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, a leading infrastructure investment platform that focuses on long-term investments in infrastructure assets associated with providing essential public goods and services to societies across the globe. For further information about Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, please visit www.morganstanley.com/infrastructure  and for additional information about Continuum Wind Energy and its plans, please visit Continuum Wind Energy at www.continuumenergy.in

About Inox Wind Limited

Inox Wind Limited, is a part of the over $ 2 billion Inox Group, which is involved in diverse businesses including industrial gases, refrigerants, chemicals, engineering plastics, cryogenic engineering, renewable energy and entertainment.

Inox Wind is one of India’s leading wind power solutions provider with manufacturing plants, in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. Inox Wind offers a broad range of services to its customers. This includes providing turnkey solutions by manufacturing and supplying wind turbine generators and offering a variety of services including wind resource assessment, site acquisition, project development, erection and commissioning, and also providing long term operations and maintenance of wind power projects.

Presently Inox Wind is implementing projects across Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh.

 

World Living Heritage Festival to be held in Udaipur from March 13-16, 2014

The Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, Udaipur will organise the second edition of the World Living Heritage Festival (WLHF) 2014, from March 13 to 16, in association with UNESCO New Delhi. The Festival is conceputalised by Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar, the 76th custodian of the Mewar dynasty in Udaipur. He said, “Our heritage is something that each one of us is proud of. It is not enough to just say it but also take a step towards preserving it for generations that follow. We believe in the concept of ‘Living Heritage’, which is our guiding light. The World Living Heritage Festival 2014 is a step in this direction. We are optimistic this event will prompt the participants and attendees both to take up the cause of heritage conservation.”

World Living Heritage Festival 2014

On the occasion of the Festival, an International Conference will take place  on March 13th and 14th to debate ‘How a City can Promote the Living Heritage’’ with the participation of several experts from India and abroad.

The Festival celebrates the many colours of life and the various shades of cultural diversity which the Mewar region has to offer.  Within the setting of the Udaipur City Palace, this four-day-long Festival will feature photo exhibitions, panel discussions, a book launch, sound and light show, etc. The Holika Dahan, marking the spring festival of Holi and a musical concert will bring a colourful closure to the event.

The event will bring together experts from India and abroad to debate the key questions to inspire the future action plan for Udaipur. These questions are:  How to mobilise the communities of heritage bearers and ensure their livelihood?, How spatial planning of the city can promote the living heritage?, What is the linkage between city space and communal harmony?, How to plan a holistic promotion of culture and heritage using the entire city space as a backdrop?

The speakers invited for the Festival include NGOs namely Barefoot College, Digital Empowerment Foundation and banglanatak dot com  as well as experts including Minja Yang, President & Professor at Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation, KU/ Leuven (Belgium); Kai Weise, Conservation Architect (Nepal) ; Ravi Gundu Rao, Conservation Architect,  Dr. Ravina Aggarwal, Ford Foundation; Dr Anjoo Sharan Upadhyaya, Malaviya Centre for Peace Research, Banaras Hindu University and Mary McCarthy, Director of the National Sculpture Factory, Cork, Ireland.   The HRH Group of Hotels is the hospitality partner for WHLF – 2014.

INOX in Udaipur turns One

Udaipur 15th January, 2014: INOX, Udaipur’s favorite movie destination turned “ONE” today. To celebrate the completion of a year of entertainment, a host of events and activities were lined up for the guests. The day-long celebration was filled with fun and exciting activities – including emcee-driven contests, Where loads of exciting gifts were up for grabs. The activity included magic shows carried out especially for kids and dance performances by kids. The cake-cutting ceremony took place amidst guests who came to watch Gunday. The guests also enjoyed a slice of the cake as a part of the celebration.

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Inox Udaipur

Inox Udaipur

Inox Udaipur

Inox Udaipur

”The past one year has been a dream run and we are overwhelmed by the love and support extended to us by our guests. The idea behind the celebration is to express our gratitude for our guests in our own small way. We hope that this love and support will continue and we will ensure to provide the best services to our guests” said Mr. Abhishek Bhandari, Unit Manager.

In the last one year INOX Udaipur witnessed blockbuster movies such as Aashiqui 2, Yeh Jawani Hai Diwani, Chennai Express, Krrish 3, Ram Leela & Dhoom 3. And it is an icing on the cake as the anniversary celebrations are coinciding with the release weekend of the Priyanka Chopra starrer Gunday.
INOX, India’s favorite movie destination is constantly looking at ways and means to reach out to the guests and make the movie going experience more interesting for them. To this end INOX regularly hosts different events, contests and promotions.

INOX, India’s favorite movie destination has a pan India presence and currently operates 77 multiplexes and 301 screens in 42 cities across India, making it a truly national multiplex chain. INOX has been the fore runner of the multiplex culture in Rajasthan with 7 multiplexes and 22 screens in Rajasthan (15 in Jaipur, 3 in Kota and 4 in Udaipur).

LIVE THE MOVIE only at INOX!

 

Class IX student abducted, gang-raped in Udaipur

UDAIPUR: A Class IX student was held hostage for six days and continuously gang-raped by her abductors. She was kidnapped from Bansda area in Kheroda tehsil where she had gone to attend a marriage ceremony along with her friends. Though the kidnap took place on January 30, it came to light only on Monday.

Ganf Rape udaipurWhen the girl went missing, her father approached the police but his complaint was ignored by the police. The family members, who were running from pillar-to-post to know the whereabouts of the girl were stunned to find her in an unconscious state at their doorsteps six days after the incident with her hands and limbs tightly tied with a rope. The girl was admitted to the general hospital in Udaipur on Sunday after the condition of her health deteriorated due to excessive bleeding. After a probe ordered by the superintendent of police, the cops are now on a lookout of the accused. The girl had gone to nearby Bamniya village accompanied by few of her classmates to attend their friends wedding. While at the function she was asked by one of her friends to accompany her to the loo and while the victim was waiting for her friend to return some yards away on a secluded spot, a vehicle stopped near her and a few men dragged her into the jeep. The girl was held hostage and shifted to various places as five to six men sexually assaulted her during the period.

Meanwhile, on February 2, a man-missing complaint was given by the girl’s father in Kheroda police station. On February 7, the girl was found outside her house severely bleeding with hands and limbs tightly tied. The girl’s condition kept deteriorating at the health centre of the village where she was kept under observation until Sunday. The family allege that the victim was intentionally not referred to Udaipur on fear of the matter coming to light in the media. However, her deteriorating health led to the medical staff referring her to Udaipur who was admitted on Sunday. Her condition was reported to be stable by Monday evening. As per her statement to the police, the cops are suspecting the victim’s friend who had led the girl to a secluded spot while she intentionally kept herself away on pretext of speaking to her husband over mobile phone. A police team is out interrogating people and investigating the spot from where the victim was abducted.

Source : The Times of India