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News Published In: IT-Webquest  on  Date : August 27, 2012

Dubai Government Approaches ADCTA to Track Fraudster

Dubai Government Approaches ADCTA to Track Fraudster

 

Recently, ADCTA has received a request letter from DCG (Dubai Computer Group), a part of Dubai Chamber (A Government of Dubai Initiative) with reference to a fraud done by an Indian businessman in Dubai. It was brought to the notice of ADCTA that Sachin Darshanlal Sharma, Indian passport holder (passport no. Z1870676) incepted a Computer company in Dubai in 2006 under the name of Karya Technology LLC.

On 4th June 2011, he absconded from Dubai with a total outstanding amount of about AED 18 millions (Approx Indian Rs.27 Crores) by cheating DCG (Dubai Computer Group) member companies and all the companies have made individual police complaints against him. The reasons for his being absconded are still unknown.

ADCTA has been approached by DCG because Sachin Sharma belongs to Delhi and it is being suspected that he may have set up his business in the Delhi or some nearby city.

Sharing his thoughts on this issue, Shyam Modi, Chairman- ADCTA, said, “Dubai Computer Group (DCG) has approached us and is seeking help to nab Sachin Kumar Sharma (resident of India). We have discussed this very much serious issue in our executive meeting and authorised Mahinder Aggarwal and SWARN Singh to take necessary steps”.

Expressing his views on this issue, Mahinder Aggarwal, President, ADCTA, said, “As a Association of Asia's Biggest IT market, it’s our responsibility to help our IT Industry. We are going to spread information about Sachin Kumar to the Media at maximum and going to circulate same information to our partners and as well as to other fellow associations. We are in full to hope to nab this fellow at the earliest”.


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For Any Queries, Please Contact :- SWARN Singh, Jt. Secretery - ADCTA
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News Published In:  The DQWeek  on  Date : June 21, 2012

Delhi traders to make Nehru Place a child-labor free zone

Delhi traders to make Nehru Place a child-labor free zone

 

More than 13 traders from Nehru Place have come together to tackle the evil of child labor. This initiative has been taken by IT traders including Shyam Modi, chairman, All Delhi Computer Traders Association (ADCTA), Mahendra Aggarwal, president, Swarn Singh, joint secretary; Rajiv Grover and Dr PS Sethi, active member of ADCTA.

The association recently conducted a meeting with 'Save the Children', an NGO which has been working for protection and education of street children in Nehru Place for the last 2 years. At the meeting it was agreed that shopkeepers will take a pledge to keep their shops child-labor free by putting up notices (sticker) to declare it free of child labor.

According to the NGO, "Out of almost 400 street children in Nehru Place, 'Save the Children' has reached out to almost 223 children in the last 2 years and has enrolled about 80 of them into mainstream MCD schools."

"Despite laws to curb child labor, the number of children who are forced to work is on the rise. It is our common responsibility to strive to curb the practice. With this step, we want to spread awareness against child labor," said Modi. "We will actively participate and contribute, in any way possible, to make Nehru Place a child-labor free zone," added Aggarwal.

Singh pointed out, "We are going to run an awareness campaign through messages on the shop/offices and bring awareness amongst general public about this sensitive issue." He also added, "Under this campaign-'Street to School', we will create awareness for those children who are working at places like restaurants and dhabas among the occupants and visitors. Our association-ADCTA-will participate and support this project."


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For Any Queries, Please Contact :- SWARN Singh, Jt. Secretery - ADCTA
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News Published In: IT-Webquest  on  Date : June 21, 2012

Delhi™s IT hub all set to abandon child labour

Delhi™s IT hub all set to abandon child labour

 

The bustling Nehru Place market, also claimed to be the largest and busiest IT market of India, has decided to tackle with the evil of child labour by pledging to make the market a child-labour free zone.

More than 13 traders from Nehru Place came together along with Mr. Shyam Modi, Chairman – All Delhi Computer Traders Association-ADCTA, Mr. Mahendra Aggarwal - President, Sdr. SWARN Singh - Jt. Secretary, Mr. Rajiv Grover, Member & Dr. PS Sethi, Active Member – Save the Childen at a meeting organised by Save the Children, an NGO that has been working for protection and education of street children in Nehru Place for the last 2 years.

At the meeting it was agreed that shopkeepers will take a pledge to keep their shops child-labour free by putting up notices (Sticker) to declare it free of child labour.

“Despite laws to curb child labour, the number of children who are forced to work is on the rise. It is our common responsibility to strive to curb the practice. They are the creators of the nation's future. The society must spread awareness against child labour said Mr. Shyam Modi, Chairman – ADCTA.

“We will actively participate and contribute, in any way possible in order to make Nehru Place a child-labour free zone”, said Mr. Mahendra Aggarwal, President All Delhi Computer Traders Association.

“SWARN Singh, Jt. Secretary added further that we will going to run awareness campaign thru messages on the shop/offices and bring awareness amongst general public about this very sensitive issue ie. Child Labour. As in IT market, majorily, there are no issue of this kind but in Nehru Place, there are places like restaurants, dhabas and on patri you will find children who are doing work but with the support of NGO - Save the Children, we ADCTA will participate and support this project “Street to School”.

What should you do when see a street child?

·      Contact the juvenile/child welfare officer in the local police station or Special Juvenile Police Unit (previously known as JAPU).

.Contact child line on1098, a toll free 24x7 working and provide details about the child, employer and place for child line to intervene or report a child online by providing details on http://www.childlineindia.org.in/b1gReportaChild.aspx.

 ·  The concerned person should produce the child before the Child Welfare Committee.


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News Published In: Digital Terminal News Network  on  Date : June 21, 2012

ADCTA to Make Nehru Place Free From Child Labour

ADCTA to Make Nehru Place Free From Child Labour

 

The bustling Nehru Place market, also claimed to be the largest and busiest IT market of India, has decided to tackle with the evil of child labour by pledging to make the market a child-labour free zone.

More than 13 traders from Nehru Place came together along with Shyam Modi, Chairman – All Delhi Computer Traders Association-ADCTA, Mahendra Aggarwal - President, Sdr. SWARN Singh - Jt. Secretary, Rajiv Grover, Member & Dr. PS Sethi, Active Member – Save the Childen at a meeting organised by Save the Children, an NGO that has been working for protection and education of street children in Nehru Place for the last 2 years.

At the meeting it was agreed that shopkeepers will take a pledge to keep their shops child-labour free by putting up notices (Sticker) to declare it free of child labour.

“Despite laws to curb child labour, the number of children who are forced to work is on the rise. It is our common responsibility to strive to curb the practice. They are the creators of the nation\\\'s future. The society must spread awareness against child labour said Shyam Modi, Chairman – ADCTA.

“We will actively participate and contribute, in any way possible in order to make Nehru Place a child-labour free zone”, said Mahendra Aggarwal, President All Delhi Computer Traders Association.

“SWARN Singh, Jt. Secretary added further that we will going to run awareness campaign thru messages on the shop/offices and bring awareness amongst general public about this very sensitive issue ie. Child Labour. As in IT market, majorily, there are no issue of this kind but in Nehru Place, there are places like restaurants, dhabas and on patri you will find children who are doing work but with the support of NGO - Save the Children, we ADCTA will participate and support this project “Street to School”.


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