Monday, 12 January 2015

Eradicated Poverty and Interior Focal point..Early and end soon on next prosperity together in ASEAN 2015

More wages and more opportunities...enough for recover from base?

Eradicated Poverty and Interior Focal point..Early and end soon on next prosperity together in ASEAN 2015
Regian association and more partners for make more income by wages and opportunities ..delete poverty soon?

Top Stories : hailand intensifies cooperation with the BIMSTEC partners at the Third BIMSTEC Summit in Nay Pyi Taw

On 2- 4 March 2014, Mr. Sihasak Phuangketkeow, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headed Thailand's delegation to the 3rd Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) Summit and related meetings in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. The Prime Minister of Thailand had entrusted the Permanent Secretary to represent her as Special Envoy to the Summit. The Permanent Secretary was also entrusted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs to represent him at the 14th Ministerial Meeting.
The Summit, under the theme "Partnership for Harmony and Prosperity," was also attended the leaders of other BIMSTEC member countries, namely Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.

At the Summit, the Special Envoy reaffirmed the strong commitment of Thailand to promoting economic and social development for the peoples of BIMSTEC. Thailand has been working closely with other Members to strengthen cooperation in all areas of activity within the framework of BIMSTEC, as well as respond to the new opportunities and challenges in the region and the world at large. The Special Envoy urged the early conclusion of a BIMSTEC Free Trade Agreement and enhanced regional connectivity, to unlock the full benefits of the grouping's economic ties and help rebalance Asian growth toward domestic and regional markets. He suggested BIMSTEC should embrace green growth, while promoting innovation and accelerating the dissemination of green technology as a way to ensure sustainable and inclusive socio-economic development.

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Jackson Heights Indians

The term ‘Indian’ encompasses a wider-ranged area than the specific politically-bound region of recent history, and includes those of that particular ethnic and geographic background bound in by the Indian Ocean, Himalayan Mountain Range, and western deserts, excepting of those of Arab descent. (Not to be confused with Native Americans, called ‘Indians’ mistakenly, as this would defeat the purpose of tracking immigration.)
The region we will be focusing on in particular for development and migration of this focus-group will be Jackson Heights, Queens. If any differences between this population and the broader group is noted, mention will be made of this disparity.


The South-Asian population encompasses people that trace their origins to the Indian Subcontinent, a peninsular region of Asia separated from the mainland by the Himalaya mountain chain. Although this region includes the countries of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Tibet, Myanmar, and even Afghanistan, the definition is generally simplified to include just India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, which historically formed the whole of British India. Already it is evident that this region has a very diverse make-up. Both across and within countries, South Asia is home to a wide array of cultures, languages, ethnicities, and religions.[1]

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