Posted: April 12, 2019 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A student at Torrey Pines High School is a talented cellist and plays with the San Diego Youth Symphony.Kevin Song played a selected cello solo portion on Good Morning San Diego from a work entitled ” The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires: Primavera Porteña” by Astor Piazolla.Song will be featured in a live taping of From the Top, one of National Public Radio’s most popular weekly music programs, presented by the La Jolla Music Society on April 13. Categories: Entertainment, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter San Diego Youth Symphony’s Kevin Song performs Updated: 8:47 AM KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom April 12, 2019
On the occasion of International Day of the Girl Child, Sachhi Saheli, an NGO based in Delhi organised a sensitization-cum-training workshop on the topic of ‘women and girl child safety’ to commemorate the day. The workshop was organised in association with Delhi Legal Services Authority (East, North-East, and Shahdara) at EDMC Auditorium, Patparganj Industrial Area, New Delhi.The theme of the programme was ‘Nigrani nahi, jaankari chaihiye’, that aimed at raising awareness regarding the safety of women and the girl child in order to stress the message that it is essential to equip the girls with essential knowledge that they need to protect themselves. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIt was inaugurated by Sanjeev Jain (Ld Member Secretary, DSLSA), Arvind Bansal (Secretary, DLSA North-East), Dr Surbhi Singh (President, Sachhi Saheli), Akash Jain (Secretary, DLSA, Shahdara) and Pawan Kumar (Secretary, DLSA East). The felicitation of the guests was done by a team of renowned artists coordinated by Yasmin Sultana who presented their paintings to the esteemed guests.At the inaugural address, Sanjeev Jain (Ld. Member Secretary, DSLSA) said, “As a society we have to come together to ensure that our women and girls are looked after and to do so all the systems in place to protect their welfare must come together and I hope through this program, we can find ways to make these systems more accessible to the ones who need them.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAddressing the audience, Dr Surbhi Singh (President, Sachhi Saheli) said, “I am glad that women and girls are now speaking up about their experiences related to sexual assault and violence as it is the first step to curb such heinous crimes. It has now become all the more important to address these voices and make available to them the interventions that are needed. It is also essential that as teachers and parents we speak to children about this topic and educate them about good touch and bad touch so that they can protect themselves as well. We must instill in them the philosophy, ‘Tu Bolegi Muh Kholegi Tabhi Zamana Badlega’ and empower them.” Subsequently, at the program, Delhi based and popular Asmita Theatre Group performed their play to throw light on the issue. The same was followed by an intensive Panel Discussion on the topic, ‘Making Institutions Accessible’ that was moderated by Dr Surbhi Singh and included the following panelists: Dr Neeraj (DDE, North East), Pankaj Jain ( DCP, East), Akash Jain (Secretary, DLSA, Shahdara), Pawan Kumar (Secretary, DLSA East), Manoj Dwivedi (ADM, North-East) andRanjana Prasad (Member, DCPCR).The audience included teachers from all schools in Trans-Yamuna and the ASHA workers from the area as well who enjoyed themselves and were glad to receive an important take-home message from the event. The program was concluded with a vote of thanks by Arvind Bansal and with the distribution of Sachhi Saheli 5-P sanitary pouches and folders that included informative booklets from DLSA and Delhi Police amongst the audience.Sachhi Saheli also works to raise awareness regarding good touch and bad touch.
Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now In a new survey of 1,000 Americans across all ages conducted by Let’s Talk, a website devoted to helping users find the right mobile-phone carrier, the results were, in its words, “startling.” Some might say sickening. The survey found a full 49 percent of young adults age 18 to 24 are still getting their smartphones’ voice and data service paid for by their parents (or another responsible adult in the family).The number drops quite a bit when they hit 25 — the age you can also also rent a car with less hassle, so it’s the magic number where everyone becomes instantly more responsible. Only 16 percent of people age 25 to 34 are using a plan paid for by parents. Finally, at ages 35 to 44, the number goes down to 7.5 percent. After age 45, Let’s Talk didn’t ask, probably because those are the parents.Across the entire group of 1,000 respondents, Let’s Talk found a full 73 percent were on some kind of shared family plan (where everyone probably pays, but they get a cut rate) rather than an individual plan; that goes up to 79 percent for ages 18 to 25. Family plans may facilitate Peter Pan Syndrome, but they also save money.Let’s Talk’s top choice overall is T-Mobile’s Magenta Family plan, which comes with free Netflix. That’s a strong incentive not to get your own carrier.If you’re over 18 and actually looking for some independence, read The Best Cheap Cell Phone Plans You’ve Never Heard Of. August 6, 2019 Enroll Now for Free This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. This story originally appeared on PCMag 2 min read