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Percept Profile bags the first ever ‘Best Telecom Brand Marketing Company award
TT Correspondent |  |  21 May 2012

Percept Profile, the PR division of Percept Limited, the biggest Indian entertainment, media and communications conglomerate; has bagged first ever award of ‘Best Telecom Brand Marketing Company’, at the recently held 6th National Telecom Awards 2012.


The agency has been honored for its lasting contributions in creating an effective brand visibility of national and international telecom players that it has serviced over the years, also complimented its cutting edge PR campaigns for the varied telecom brands as well.


The 6th National Telecom Awards this year was attended by over 2500 delegates making it the mother of all Telecom events in India, wherein attendees included luminaries like Dr Hamadoun Touré, Secretary General, ITU Geneva, Dr. JS Sarma, IAS, Chairman, TRAI; R Chandrashekhar, IAS Secretary DOT, Govt. of India; GB Pradhan, IAS Secretary, MNRE; Prof. Dr SS Mantha, Chairman, AICTE along with Akhil Gupta, Deputy Group CEO and Managing Director, Bharti Enterprises; Bharat Agarwal, Executive Director Dainik Bhaskar Group of Newspapers; Ravi Sharma, CEO Adani Powers Ltd.


Dr. Hamadoun Touré, Secretary General, ITU Geneva, said, “This year being celebrated as the ‘Year of Empowerment of Women in ICT’ makes me urge CMAI along with all the delegates present in here to work sincerely for the empowerment of women and girls, both within and through ICT. With these remarks, it gives me great pleasure to present the cynosure award of the evening, ‘Best Telecom Brand Marketing Company’ to Percept Profile which being spearheaded by a resourceful and dynamic woman Rahat Beri, goes to show the ingenuity that a woman possesses in today’s corporate environ.”


“This award encapsulates our trials and tribulations, our achievements and successes; and inspires us the give in our best to the sector which is right now one of the most dynamic components of the Indian economy”, said Rahat Beri, COO, Percept Profile.

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21 May 2012(IST)  
dear sir,whether you call it Gunda force' or by some other name you prefer, these spaecil police officers are the creation of any war like situation where collateral damage is a reality. It happened in Punjab when the arrogance of khalisthan militancy was at it pinnacle. In Chattisgarh the situation is extremely grim. My Tamil friends may not be able to perceive what is actually going on in deep interiors of southern chhattisgarh in general and Dantewada and Bijapur areas in particular. In any parlance, they can be compared with any part of the disturbed area anywhere in the world where human casualties have become routine affairs. I do not want to get more into maoist ideology and its applicability in the present situation. Any Indian citizen morally obliged to understand what naxalism is and why it is prevalent in India. But if you have any idea about the method of unleashing violence by the maoists will make you feel repugnant. you will not find any difference between hardcore terrorism and naxalism. fine. Apex court is not comfortable with Salwa Judum as it feels that those innocent tribals are made cannon fodder' by the state apparatus. Let us suppose it is disbanded what next? disarm them and ask them to go their villages. I bet you not a single SPO will be left alive by the maoits. This will force the state to recruit them into their regular police force after waiving the standard eligibility criterion to 5 th standard or even less. Because, Chhattisgarh government can not afford to lose these boys for two reasons. one- they are assets as they they forests paths of jungle and can guide central and state forces during naxal operations. second they can not allow them to be murdered after disbanding them. Recently, 76 CRPF personnel were killed by the maoists. ( Tamil friends may ask who these CRPF people are. During election they might have seen some hindi speaking jawans. If some body knows a bit about central forces particularly CRPF they will even hesitate to give their daughters to them in marriage ). Those jawans did not share any enmity with naxals; they were also treated like cannon fodder. No human right organisation ever never shared their enlightened sympathy for the lose of those jawans. Highly decorated iconoclast madam Arundhathi kept political silence. She must have been very happy I think.See do not infer conclusions by sitting in chennai office that people are murdered. You have every right to criticize the government for their inability to contain what they must have done long ago. But it no way mandates the naxals to kill central forces who do not know about the terrain they operate. I am selective of central forces as their casualty is increasing beyond any known standard in counter insurgency operations in the world. The present can not bear the burden of past. If everything is wrong with the state like mortgaging mining ares to MNCs, dwindling natural resources etc should be brought to intellectual platform for discussion with popular intervention. Your mocking tone does not seem to address the actual issue but encourages maoists and other people alike to continue their violent agenda. Whether it is maoists or police forces, violence against each other is not accepted in a democracy. you please write a letter to naxals too to disarm their weapons. It will be a great service.
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