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Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. is cutting the ribbon at the 'Ribbon Cutting Ceremony' for Livingston
Medical Groups.  Organized by the Chamber of Commerce.  Dr. Kapur is a member of The
Chamber of Commerce.  The ceremony was celebrated by many distinguished members of
the Chamber of Commerce, Hospital CEO & medical staff and various other community
leaders.  The ceremony was held at one of Dr. Kapur's medical clinic facilities.

COMMITTEE ON MENTAL HEALTH Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations (CoNGO) in Consultative Relationship with
the United Nations Event organized by The Working Group on Refugee and Immigrant Mental Health Co-Sponsored by The
Permanent Mission of Albania to the United Nations, The Nightingale Initiative for Global Health andThe Albert Schweitzer Institute


TOPIC: Immigrants & Refugees: Challenge & Resilience Across the Life Cycle.  The presenters for this program will examined the
psychosocial impact of immigrant and refugee transitions and the long-term impact of pre and post migration stressors.  A
highlight of the program will include an exciting presentation of an excerpt from Displaced, a production of Girl Be Heard, a NYC-
based non-profit theatre company that empowers young women through writing, directing and performing theatrical productions
under the guidance of professional directors, playwrights, actors, activists and intellectuals. The Event was held on Thursday,
May 14, 2015 at the U.N. Church Center in Manhattan, New York.  Also, there was an Exhbition Global Craft Boutique.

About the Speakers:

Dr. Pender, M.D, Vice Chair, NGO Committee on Mental Health, Main Representative, International Psychoanalytical Association and
American Psychiatric Association

Holly K. Shaw, PhD, RN, Co-Convener, CMH Working Group on Refugee & Immigrant Mental Health; Director, UN DPI/NGO Executive
Committee, Representative, Nightingale Initiative for Global Health

KEYNOTE (Had Invited):  
H. E. Mr. Ferit Hoxha, Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of Albania to the United
Nations

PRESENTATIONS:  
Beth Lilach, Senior Director of Education and Community Affairs, Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center, Glen Cove,
New York: Challenges of Holocaust Survivors Transcending into a “normal” Postwar Life.

Ana Gardano, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, Adjunct faculty, George Washington University. The Impact of Separations between Parents and
Children in Central American and Cuban American Families

Nasir Warfa, PhD, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), Queen Mary University of London Faculty Member, Harvard Program in Refugee
Trauma, Harvard Medical School
War Trauma: Mental Health Adjustment and Integration of Somali Refugees in London and US

Performances by:
Girl Be Heard, Displaced, receiving critical acclaim from The White House, The UN, the New Yorker, The New York Times,
Huffington Post, Ebony Magazine, National Public Radio, and media outlets across the globe.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended the Cuban Business Round Table Discussions Event in May 21, 2015 in Manhattan,
New York.  The Cuban Thaw: What do the new changes mean for U.S. businesses?
Speakers were:
Mr. Camallonga, Director of International Operations, International Law.  He has extensive experience in Corporate and Project Finance working
with both national and international finanacial and corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, asset finance, as well as legal services
relating to investment funds, including hedge funds and structured financing agreements.  His clients list list includes Caixa, Isolux Corsan,
Boeing, Royal Access, Smart Union General Trading, IOEC, Tubos Reunidos, Ampopoyan, Acerinox and Duro Felguera.

Mr. Stevens, Chief Innovation Officer.  He is the Nation's foremost authorities on financing community-based projects by leveraging public
programs, including Tax Credits, with private capital development.  His clients including the largest capital investors, local governments and
for-profit and nonprofit developers of important projects.  He has created new financing platforms for ground-breaking projects throughout the
country in the areas of community development, historic preservation, renewable energy, affordable housing and sustainability.  He is most
passionate aboutr projects that bring new investment and new life into under-served communities.

Mr. Dziak, serves his clients as both an attorney and government relations and public policy advisor.  He works with various regulatory agencies -
and, as necessary, Congress - to help clients avoid and solve problems and guide them through the regulatory process.  He gained an insider's
view of the legislative process after working in Washington for 15 years, including five years as a Legislative Director, Chief Counsel and
committee counsel.  He additionally served as advisor to the Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Ethics.

Ms. Casero, concentrates her practice on export controls, economic santions, national security reviews before the Committee on Foreign
Investment in the United States (CFIUS), and the U.S. anti-boycott laws and regulations.  She assists clients in mitigating cross-border compliance
risk and optimizing trade compliance procedures through effective, global export compliance strategies involving all phases of export
compliance, from the first point of regulatory risk through the entire supply chain process, including post-shipment activities.  
She represents clients in voluntary disclosure proceedings before the U.S. Department of State's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC),
the U.S. Deparmtne of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), the Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control
(OFAC),  and the U.S. Census Bureau.  Her OFAC experience covers all U.S. sanctions regimes, including the sanctions against Cuba, Iran, North
Korea, Russia, Sudan and Syria.

Mr. Napoleon, focuses his private on corporate transactions, government contracts, mergers and acquisitions and life sciences, with additional
industry experience in aerospace manufacturing, software and professional services.  He counsels clients on compliance matters, corporate
governance issues, cross-border transactions, and litigation, as well as GAO protests.  Mr. Napoleon represents clients domestically and
throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and Australia.  He also served as general counsel of major divisions of Fortune 100 companies for
more than 25 years.  He worked on corporate transactions and government contracting including public finance deals.

Mr. Tyre, counsels franchise companies, manufacturing, retail and financial services companies on international business transactions.  His client
base spans the United States and foreign countries, including South Africa, Kenya and the United Kingdom.  He represents clients in mergers and
acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, joint ventures and strategic alliances, licensing and franchise matters as well as corporate law
matters.  He negotiates commercial agreements including international franchise and development agreements and disclosure documents.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a program “Free the Mind”, Empowering the Youth through Education Special
Fundraising Event & Fashion show at the Church Center in Manhattan, New York on May 21, 2015.

Speakers:  Ms. Singleton & Youth Representatives
Poetry by: Takuya Performing "Liberation"
Live Music by: Singer/Songwriter - Fiama Hummel
Fashion presentation by: Jacques Isaac
Poetry by: Rainmaker Performing - "Pyramids"
Awards Presented by:  
Ambassador Isaiah Z. Chabala, Ambassador of Zambia to the United Nations and International
Organizations in New York and Geneva, the European Union and, concurrently, to Belgium, Italy, France, Luxemburg,
Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.  He also served as: Alternate Representative to the United Nations Security Council; United
Nations Economic and Social Council and Representative to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, among other
United Nations bodies and agencies. He is the Founder/President of Visionary Empowerment.  Ambassador Chabala is a
graduate of University of Zambia in Economics and French, St. Peter's College and Oxford University in Foreign Service,
University of Bath in fiscal Studies and holds a Master's degree in International Affairs from Columbia University, School of
International and Public Affairs.

HONOREES WERE:

International Humanitarian Fashion and Beauty Ambassador Farah Zulaikha, Distinguished International Humanitarian Leadership Award.

International Model/Actor and Entrepreneur, Prakash Patil AKA Mr. India Galaxy, International Youth Advocate Humanitarian Award.  Prakash Patil
is a Multi-talented, respectfully all-rounder icon, a humble personality.  Prakash is a winner of Couple of Pageants, i.e. Mr. India Galaxy, Mr. South
Asian Prince, Winner of Jewel of India Calendar hunt and reality episode.  He has a Mechanical Engineering Degree, Masters in Business
Administration, and Masters in Managing Information Technology in the U.S.  He is also a recipient of many awards & honors such as:
International Model of the Year from New York, Fashion Show Awards, "Fashion Rock Start of the Year" from Unsung Heroes, "Talent of the
Year" from Nassau County in New York.

SPECIAL GUESTS

Juliet Amoah, Special Guest Host

Andrea Dora, Singer

Fiama Hummel, Singer/Songwriter
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited by the Mayor of the City of New York Bill de Blasio,  Anurita will be attending this reception and
celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month on Thursday, May 28, 2015.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and she attended invited to attend the 1st Anniversary celebrations of BJP led NDA Government
with Chief Guest Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Honorable Minister of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences,
Government of INDIA.  The Reception was held on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.

Dr. Harsh Vardhan, at present Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, Government of India, was a practicing ENT
surgeon before entering public life in 1993. He was elected to the Delhi Assembly that year from Krishna Nagar constituency in east
Delhi and went on to retain that seat in all five elections in 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013. In 2014, he contested the Lok Sabha
election for the first time and was elected from Chandni Chowk, Delhi.

Fondly called “Doctor Saab” by supporters and opponents alike, Dr Harsh Vardhan is known for disarming simplicity in his personal
life and transparency at the work place. When he was Minister in the Delhi government (1993-98), the people found him remarkably
accessible and officials respected him for his hands-on style of functioning. Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee once said of Dr Harsh
Vardhan: “He joined politics with the laudable objective of using his considerable medical knowledge and experience for serving the
common man”.
As Health Minister in the Narendra Modi government for five months, he initiated many reforms in the public health system of the
country. He took over as Minister for Science &Technology and Earth Sciences in November 2014 with the confidence of the Prime
Minister who earlier held this portfolio. He is committed to set a roadmap for the implementation of the “Make in India” programme by
building a robust R&D infrastructure and promoting synergies between industry and scientific research institutions.

The Event was covered by major T.V. Channels including TV ASIA.  The Channels asked Anurita to give her view towards
the success of the BJP Government, so far?  Anurita made statements on the channels about the success of the One Year
Anniversary Event & her experience at the Reception and thanked Dr. Harsh Vardhan for the delivery of his speech.  Anurita
congratulated the new Government of India for successfully completing One Year in India.  Anurita also commended the
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for all the hard work he is doing to make changes towards positivity for India and the
baby steps he has already taken to make a difference for India within one year.  She said, but we still have a lot of work that
needs to be done to make the bigger changes for our country.  She said, all changes that are promised will be doable in due
time.  All changes will be possible if we work together with the right people & become a strong team, be persistent, working
hard and be willing to want a change for India's success.  On the way to success, we will have to be very careful of some of
the evil-minded people around us, we must identify them and weed them out so they cannot hinder in the progress of India.  
With this formula, I am sure nothing can stop us from cleaning India and achieving our goals to reach the heights of
progress.  Satyamev Jayatey.

Anurita concluded by saying: BHARAT MATA KI JAI.  JAI HIND!!!

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Republic Day Celebration at the South African Consulate on Thursday, May, 2015.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Reception at the South Korean Mission to the United Nations on
Thursday, May, 2015.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Reception in the honor of Shri Arun Jaitley Honorable Finance/Defense Minister
of the Government of INDIA on June 17, 2015 in New York.

Shri Arun Jaitley is currently the Minister of Finance, Minister of Corporate Affairs and Minister of Information and
Broadcasting of India. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).  He has also previously held the portfolios as the
Minister for Commerce and Industry, Law and Justice in the National Democratic Alliance government (1998–2004).  He is
also the current Leader of the House at Rajya Sabha. He passed his Law degree from the University of Delhi, in 1977.
The Attendees were:  BJP Supporters and Leaders and Indian-American Physicians, Lawyers and the business community.
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New York Indian diplomat's love text go viral. Written by: The Investigative Team

ON JUNE 19, 2015, SHOCKING NEWS & PUBLISHED ARTICLES WERE SHARED WITH DR. ANURITA KAPUR TO
SHARE GLOBALLY ABOUT AMBASSADOR DNYANESHWAR MULAY, HE IS THE CONSUL GENERAL AT THE
INDIAN CONSULATE IN NEW YORK.  THIS INFORMATION WAS SENT TO ANURITA BY SEVERAL OF THE
CONCERNED INDIAN MEDIAS.
(FOR THE SAFETY & SECURITY OF THE JOURNALISTS WE WILL KEEP THEIR NAMES CONFIDENTIAL).  
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended as she joined the Permanent Missions of France and Japan, the World Health
Organization (WHO), the World Bank Group, The Rockefeller Foundation, and Save the Children, to launch the 2015 Global
Monitoring Report on Tracking Progress Towards UHC. This WHO/World Bank Group report provided the first global
assessment of health service coverage and financial protection to help measure progress towards universal health coverage.

PARTICIPANTS WERE:
Ambassadors, Permanent Missions of France and Japan
Mr. Evans, Senior Director, Health, Nutrition & Population, World Bank Group
Ms. Boerma, Director, Department of Measurement & Health Information Systems, WHO
Ms. Brearley, Senior Health Policy & Research Adviser, Save the Children
Mr. Myers, Managing Director, The Rockefeller Foundation

The Event was held at the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, New York on Friday, June, 12 2015.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended 2015 Annual ECOSOC Partnerships:  "THE ROLE OF PARTNERSHIPS IN
ACHIEVING THE POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA: MAKING IT HAPPEN"
at the United Nations Headquarters in
Manhattan, New York on Thursday, May 28, 2015.

Two interactive multi-stakeholder dialogues took place. The morning session considered "Partnerships in support of
strengthening health systems: Building resilience to pandemics". It addressed concrete solutions and actions needed to
catalyse partnerships for health systems strengthening and building resilience to pandemics, including developing human
resources for health and promoting modern medical care, to settings of poverty. The afternoon discussion was on "
Partnerships for the Post-2015 era: Reality check".  Seeking to bring new ideas and fresh thinking on ways in which multi-
stakeholder partnerships can support the implementation of the Post-2015 development agenda. The outcome of the
discussions was submitted to all United Nations member state countries during its 2015 high-level (Ministerial) session of
ECOSOC in July as well as the Special summit on the Post-2015 period to be held in September 2015.

Background
The international community is currently preparing for the historic Summit of Heads of State and Government in September 2015 to adopt the post-2015
development agenda. Inter-governmental negotiations continue on shaping this new agenda, one that will be universal in nature and include the views and
aspirations of a wide range of stakeholders on ways in which to engage and support international development. Against this backdrop, the Economic and
Social Council will hold its seventh annual Partnerships Forum, which will bring together leaders from the private sector, philanthropy, civil society and
academia, to engage in a dialogue with governments on actions that could be taken in this regard. The outcome of the Forum will contribute to ECOSOC’s
2015 theme: “Managing the transition from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): what will it take”. It
could also provide a valuable input to the September 2015 Special Summit.

Objective and focus
The objective of the 2015 Partnership Forum will be to bring fresh ideas and new thinking on ways in which multi-stakeholders partnerships can support the
implementation of the post-2015 development agenda. Building on the Special Meeting convened by ECOSOC on 27 February 2015, the Forum will look at
ways to improve outcomes and results in the post-2015 building on lessons learned from MDG partnerships.  As an example of how partnerships can begin to
reset the scope and contributions to advancing national development strategies, the Forum will address how partnerships can help to strengthen health
systems and building resilience to pandemics. This first partnership dialogue will build on the outcome of the ECOSOC Special Meeting on Ebola: A Threat to
Sustainable Development held on 5 December 2014 which called for attention to and investment in health systems including through multi-stakeholder
partnerships. The Forum will also aim to promote concrete initiatives and new partnerships that support national development strategies in two areas: namely,
(i) developing human resources for health such as world-class medical and nursing schools and a cadre of compensated community health workers; (ii)
bringing modern medical care, including drug and vaccine treatments, to settings of poverty.  In doing so, the Forum will begin to consider ways that
partnerships can support proposed SDG 3: “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.”  The Forum will also look broadly at how
partnerships can deliver on UN goals and mandates at an operational level. The second partnership dialogue will address lessons learned from partnerships in
support of the MDGs and will also look at opportunities for new partnerships or opportunities in the post-2015 era. It will also examine the question of the
effectiveness of partnerships by focusing on how to best measure results. In doing so, practical examples in the area of science, education and policy making
will be used to anchor the dialogue.

Participants
Participants were representatives of Member States, regional and other intergovernmental organizations, senior officials of the United Nations system, and
leaders from the private sector, philanthropy as well as representatives of organizations and the scientific community and academia with interest in these
specific issues.

Outcome
A Presidential Statement will be issued by the President of ECOSOC with the key messages of the Forum, which will be transmitted to the media and other
stakeholders. A more extensive summary of the meeting’s deliberations will serve as an input to the Council’s High-level segment in July 2015 as well as
the Special Summit on the Post-2015 period to be held in September 2015.


Featured Speakers included:
Opening Welcoming remarks by H.E. Mr. Martin Sajdik, President of the Economic and Social Council
Opening remarks by
Mr. Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations

Opening Keynote Address:
The Honourable William Jefferson Clinton, Former President of the United States of America,
and Founder, Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative

H.E. Dr. Bernice Dahn, Minister-Designate for Health and Social Welfare, Liberia

H.E. Mr. Remy Lamah, Minister of Health and Public Hygiene, Guinea

H.E. Ms. Madina Rahman, Deputy-Minister of Health and Sanitation, Sierra Leone
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Dialogue One - Partnerships in support of strengthening health systems: Building resilience to Pandemics (Moderator:
Professor
Paul Farmer,
Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Community-Based Medicine and Lessons from Haiti, Co-founder, Partners
In Health, and Chair, Harvard University Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine)

Panel Discussion

• Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director, US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

• Dr. Matshidiso Rebecca Moeti, Regional Director for Africa, WHO

• Mr. Gary M. Cohen, Executive VP and President of Global Health, Becton, Dickinson and Co.

• Mr. Jeffrey Wright, Actor, and Founder, Ebola Survival Fund

• Dr. Rifat Atun, Professor of Global Health and Population, Harvard University


Opening of the afternoon session by
H.E. Mr. Martin Sajdik, President of ECOSOC

Dialogue 2 - Partnerships for the Post-2015 Era: Reality Check (Moderator: Ms. Brenda Killen, Deputy-Director, Development
Cooperation Directorate, OECD)

Panel Discussion

• Ms. Carolyn Miles, President and CEO, Save the Children

• Professor Rolf-Dieter Heuer, Director-General, CERN

• Mr. G.S. Krishnan, Regional President, Novozymes, India

• H.E. Ambassador Guilherme de Aguiar Patriota, Permanent Mission of Brazil to the United Nations, New York

• Dr. Mercy Ahun, Special Representative for GAVI Eligible Countries, GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance

Interactive Dialogue

Launch of the Global Network on Promoting Digital Technologies for Sustainable Urbanization
• Dr. Joan Clos, Executive Director, UN-Habitat

• Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman and Founder, Talal Abu-Gazaleh Organization
Closing
Closing remarks by
H.E. Mr. Martin Sajdik, President of the Economic and Social Council

Attending this all-day event was Ambassadors and delegates from member state countries of the United Nations, high-level
representatives of UN organizations, heads of corporate and non-corporate foundations, CEOs of corporations, and representatives
of organizations and academic institutions.   

Anurita was also cordially invited to & she attended a Reception, sponsored by the Global Partnerships, to take place in the Dag
Hammarskjold Library Penthouse following the conclusion of the day's meeting.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an Event: Seeing the Art in Scient at the German Mission in New York
on June 16, 2015.  Co-Sponsored by:  • Carl Zeiss Microscopy

Genomics, the study of an organism’s complete set of DNA, has been one of the most significant developments in science
over the past 25 years. Genomics provides indispensable technologies and concepts to help solve a myriad of scientific
challenges, a common language that facilitates connections between researchers with diverse academic backgrounds, and
an unprecedented opportunity to engage with, and improve, the well-being of our society.

The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology (IGB) is one of the world’s leading institutions dedicated to the
development and application of genomic science.

Featured Speakers:

Kathryn Coulter
Senior Multimedia Designer, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois

Dr. Glenn Fried
Director of Core Facilities, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois

Dr. Lisa Stubbs
Professor of Cell and Development Biology, The School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Illinois

Dr. Kirk Czymmek
Director, North American Applications and Labs, Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC

Letter of thanks to Dr. Anurita Kapur from ECPAT-USA for supporting and advocating for the Victims of Trafficking.

Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act Passes House
May 19, 2015

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

It is with great pleasure we report that the Senate package of the Justice for Victims of Trafficking S. 178 (JVTA) has passed the
House of Representatives (420-3)!

The JVTA is a comprehensive piece of legislation designed to fight and prevent human trafficking in the United States. The bill will
provide critical funding so that child victims of trafficking can get the services they need to heal and law enforcement can receive
training that will strengthen their response to this horrific crime. The whole package includes other top ECPAT-USA priorities,
including a provision that will hold people who buy and exploit children accountable for the harm they cause, language that
recognizes that child victims of trafficking should be considered victims of child abuse, and the creation of a Survivor Council.

We are so thankful to our federal partners, and the original bill sponsors, Representatives Ted Poe (R-TX) and Carolyn Maloney
(D-NY) for their commitment to this bill and making sure that vulnerable children have a voice in Congress. This landmark bill also
represents many years of hard work and advocacy from ALL OF YOU Anurita, and we could not have gotten this far without your
dedication.  We would like to especially recognize our Code of Conduct partners including the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence
(SITE), CorpTrav Management Group, and the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA); the students from St. Joseph High
School in Brooklyn; and all of our allies who wrote letters and called their representatives to demand they pass this bill.

Moving forward, we eagerly await the bill to be signed into law by President Obama.

Sincerely,
Carol Smolenski
ECPAT-USA

Dr. Anurita Kapur was sent a thank you and congratulations letter by the GIRL UP Organization on June 15, 2015.  This letter
congratulates Anurita saying: YOU MADE HISTORY.

Dear Dr. Anurita Kapur,

Wow. We did it! The Girls Count Act was just signed into law!  The Girls Count Act will help ensure children in developing countries
are registered at birth. This is especially critical when 4 out of 10 children are not registered at birth.

Today - together - we put an end to this.

This is a huge win for the countless girls - and boys - around the world that this bill will help support. And importantly, this is a huge
win for you. Thousands of you wrote letters, called and met with your members of Congress; you signed petitions, posted on social
media and held advocacy events. Your efforts brought us to this moment.

You took action - and the U.S. government listened! In passing this bill, President Obama and Congress have made girls in developing
countries a foreign policy priority.

Let's show President Obama and Congress just how many of us stand with them in supporting girls around the world.

We have been pushing for this piece of legislation to get passed since the bill was first introduced in the fall of 2013. It's been a
long road, but we refused to stop until our work was done.

This is how powerful our movement is.  By coming together, we put the rights and needs of girls around the world front and center.
By uniting behind this bill, we've helped break down a significant barrier preventing girls from reaching their full potential.

That's why I'm so excited that the President and Congress have committed to supporting girls around the world.

Thank you for making the Girls Count Act law.  Congratulations - you made history!

Thanks so much,

Melissa Hillebrenner  
Director, Girl Up
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Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a ticketed event the concert of Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's on May 30, 2015 in New York.  This
event was a great performance by Rahat and his troupe they successfully rocked the stage and entertained the audience
with his famous songs:
Tere Mast Mast Do Nain mere dil ka le gaye chaen, Teri Meri Prem Kahani Do lafzon mein yeh bayaan
na ho paaye,
Tumhein Dillagi Nibhani Paregi Mohabbat ki raahon mein aa kar to dekho, O Re Piya, and many other famous
Bollywood songs.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan (born 9 December 1973) is a Pakistani singer, primarily of Qawwali, a devotional music of the Muslim Sufis. He is the
nephew of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and son of Ustad Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan and also the grandson of legendary Qawwali singer Fateh Ali
Khan. In addition to Qawwali, he also performs ghazals and other light music. He is popular as a Bollywood and Lollywood playback singer.  

Rahat was born into a family of Qawwals and classical singers in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan into a family of traditional musicians. The son of
Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan, he was trained by his uncle Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan in the art of classical music and Qawwali.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a ticketed event the concert of Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's on June 13, 2015 in New York.  This
event was another great performance by Rahat and his troupe they successfully rocked the stage and entertained the
audience with his famous songs:
Tere Mast Mast Do Nain mere dil ka le gaye chaen, Teri Meri Prem Kahani Do lafzon mein
yeh bayaan na ho paaye,
Tumhein Dillagi Nibhani Paregi Mohabbat ki raahon mein aa kar to dekho, O Re Piya, and many
other famous Bollywood songs.

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan (born 9 December 1973) is a Pakistani singer, primarily of Qawwali, a devotional music of the Muslim Sufis. He is the
nephew of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and son of Ustad Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan and also the grandson of legendary Qawwali singer Fateh Ali
Khan. In addition to Qawwali, he also performs ghazals and other light music. He is popular as a Bollywood and Lollywood playback singer.  

Rahat was born into a family of Qawwals and classical singers in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan into a family of traditional musicians. The son of
Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan, he was trained by his uncle Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan in the art of classical music and Qawwali.

This Event was attended by:  
Indian High Commission of the Indian Government.
Also, Members of the Pakistan Government:
Ambassador Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Permanent Representative of Pakistan Mission to the UN
Ambassador Sahebzada Khan, Deputy Permanent Representative  of Pakistan Mission
Mr. Masood Anwar, Minister of Press, Pakistan Mission

Dr. Maleeha Lodhi
is a Pakistani political scientist, diplomat, columnist, and military strategist who served as the High Commissioner of Pakistan
to the United Kingdom and prior to that, twice as the Pakistan Ambassador to the United States.  She currently serves as the Permanent
Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations, the first woman to hold the position.

She was the resident fellow at the Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government at the Harvard University.  She served as a
member of the United Nations Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament from 2001 to 2005.  In 1994, Lodhi was selected by Time
magazine as one of a hundred people in the world who will help to shape the 21st century.

In 2009 she was named an international scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Lodhi taught Politics and Political
Sociology at the London School of Economics from 1980 to 1985 and was the editor of The News International.  Lodhi is also a member of the
National Defence University’s Senate, and a member of the advisory council of the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies.
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Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended a high level & high profile Celebration 70 Years since Signing of the UN Charter.  It
was celebrated by the International Musical Concert Event: "The Rhythms of One World" held at the General Assembly Hall at the
United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, New York.

"The Rhythms of One World" Concert
On 26 June 2015, the Permanent Mission of Romania to the UN organized, with the support of the Friendship Ambassadors
Organization, a high profile event, in the General Assembly (GA) Hall, part of The Rhythms of One World Festival. This is meant to
celebrate 70 years since the Signing of the UN Charter, on 26 June 1945, in San Francisco. At the same time, the concert was the top
event from a cycle of activities to mark 60 years since Romania became a member of the UN.
In his speech, in front of the full GA Hall, The Deputy Secretary General, Jan Eliasson, presented a message from the Secretary
General, Ban Ki-Moon, who is in San Francisco these days. The high UN official spoke about the importance of music and culture, of
the spiritual dimension, for understanding of the UN task: “We have to diminish the gap between the world as it is and the world as it
should be. We need to be realistic that we cannot close the gap, but we can diminish it”.

Musical groups from the USA, Croatia, China, as well as the Allegretto children’s choir from Romania performed in the concert.
Special guests of the gala were the ambassadors who make up the UNRocks music group: the Permanent Representatives of
Romania, Serbia, Denmark, Thailand and Republic of Korea.
The end of the show witnessed all the choirs reunited on stage (150 artists), performing the song that gives the title to the festival,
The Rhythms of One World, a creation by the American composer Gary Fry, the festival’s musical director.

The event was a great success with the public, made up of diplomats, permanent representatives to the UN, high UN officials and
staff, as well as numerous VIP’s.

In her speech, the Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN, Amb. Simona Miculescu, highlighted:  "The title of this festival -
“Rhythms of One World” -, is an inspiring reminder of the spirit of the UN Charter, of the symbolic nature of this very place, and is
also an invitation to celebrate Unity through Diversity, the same as different notes can create rhythms and harmonies in an Emmy-
winning score.

In the spirit of all noble UN values, together, in this room, we will be united tonight by music, which is the only universal language,
transcending ideologies, differences of all kinds, and all that still divides us. By the spirit of youth, that still rests in all of us – be it
young in age or young in spirit -, today we come together in a symbolic place that hosts the largest family known by modern history,
the family of 193 nations! And what a family this is! We should come now with open hearts to welcome those who will sing to us and
remind us that we should not forget to join hands and “sing along” more."

For Amb. Miculescu, the concert was also an opportunity to say goodbye to the diplomatic corps accredited to the UN, before
finishing her mandate in New York and before taking over the role of Representative of the UN Secretary General and head of the UN
Office in Belgrade.
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Dr. Harsh Vardhan, M.D., Minister of Science & Technology & Earth Sciences for Government of India and Dr. Anurita Kapur

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended a Reception for Honorable Alejandro Toledo the former President of Peru on
July 13, 2015 at The International Education Institute.  President of Peru, Honorable Toledo autographed his book for Anurita.

"As President of Peru, Alejandro Toledo confronted some of Latin America's biggest challenges. Today, he shares his vision for the
region's future, and offers a road map for promoting growth and creating the inclusive, prosperous society that is well within reach."
President Bill Clinton said, "Alejandro Toledo makes the critical observation that Latin America cannot secure its democracy unless it
simultaneously improves the quality of governance and meets the ever-rising expectations of the region's populations. He offers
many wise suggestions for how to meet what will be the critical challenge of the 21st century." Francis Fukuyama, author of Political
Order and Political Decay

"With the benefits of the momentous economic growth experienced by Latin America over recent decades comes the responsibility to
promote the rule of Law, safeguard human rights, improve equal access to education and public health, and work towards economic
equality. These are the best values for any contemporary democracy and the guiding principles of Alejandro Toledo's economic
vision in The Shared Society." Fernando Henrique Cardoso, 34th President of Brazil

Simultaneously, Dr. Toledo founded and continues to serve as the President of the Global Center for Development and Democracy in
Washington, DC. In 2009–2010, Dr. Toledo was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins
University in Washington, D.C., and also a Non-Resident Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy and Global Economy and Development at the Brookings
Institution.

In recent years, Dr. Toledo has published on policy-oriented academic issues related to Economic Growth, Inclusiveness and Democracy.

"In the past two decades, Latin America has gone through a major transformation. You could even call it a renaissance. This renaissance could
continue for many decades, transforming most Latin American countries into highly developed, socially more equal and deeply democratic
societies. . . Hard work, planning, and serendipity have led us to a time and place where we have a historic opportunity to make a giant leap
forward." Alejandro Toledo

Latin America has gone through a major transformation in the past two decades. According to the United Nations, with the discovery of new oil
and mineral deposits and increases in energy exports, manufacturing and tourism, Latin America's economic growth and development will only
continue, foreign investment will increase, and the region's global influence will become greater and greater.
This is an historic opportunity for Latin America. Yet, as Stanford economist and former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo points out in his
new book,The Shared Society, social strife threatens to undermine its recent economic and political progress. The specter of unsustainable
growth and greed threatens to compromise the environment. Economic growth rates could slow and democracy could deteriorate into familiar
forms of authoritarian populism.

In his book Toledo, whose tenure as president of Peru helped spur its economic renaissance, develops a plan for a future Latin America in which
its population is not only much better off economically than today, but in which the vast 40 percent of Latin America's poor and marginalized are
incorporated into a rising middle class, democratic institutions work more effectively, and the extraordinary ecosystem of Latin America is
preserved. This is Toledo's vision for a just, sustainable, and prosperous shared society.  To achieve this, Toledo lays out a set of principles and
concrete, implementable ideas with which Latin Americans can reinvent themselves as a leading force for change in a continuously globalizing
society beset by inequalities and global problems such as climate change and shortages of clean drinkable water, food security, human rights
violations and weak democratic institutions. Toledo argues that only extraordinary efforts of vision, determination, courage and inspired
leadership will set Latin America on the path to inclusive development.

Dr. Anurita Kapur arranged for and hosted an in-depth interview & discussions with Ambassador Miculescu at the Romanian Mission
in July, 2015.  Ambassador Miculescu is taking over the role of Representative of the UN Secretary General and head of the UN Office
in Belgrade.

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H.E. Ambassador Dr. Caleb Otto, Permanent Representative
of Palau & Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Hahn Choong-Hee, Deputy Permanent Representative
of Republic of Korea & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Al-Bander, Permanent Mission of Iraq & Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Martin Sajdik, Permanent Representative of Austria
& President of ECOSOC and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Professor Rifat Atun, Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Global
Health & Population and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Dr. Paul Farmer, M.D., PhD, Chair of Dept of Global Health & Social
Medicine and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Honorable Bill Clinton, Former President of the United States of
America
H.E. Thomas Gass, Assistant Secretary General for Policy Coordination
& Inter Agency Affairs Department of Economic & Social Affairs
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. G. S. Krishnan, Regional President at Novozymes  
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Rao, Permanent Mission of India in New York
Hoshin Won, Counsellor at the Mission of Republic of Korea
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Brigadier General Mongezi Kweta, Military Adviser, Permanent
Mission of the Republic of South Africa and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Smith, Permanent Mission of the United States and
Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ambassador Thulisile Mathula Nkosi, Consul General, Permanent
Mission of the Republic of South Africa and Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Isaiah Chabala, Permanent Representative of Zambia
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Mohammed, Permanent Mission of Egypt
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
LORD HANUMAN
    LORD GANESH                                                                                                                  Little Ganesh with his parents:
                                                                                                                                              Lord Shiv & Goddess Parvati
LORD AYYAPPA

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended a the Subharamba Sangamam of Lord Ayyappa devotees in connection with the
building of an Exclusive Lord Ayyappa Temple in Westchester County, New York.  Thousands of Ayyappa devotees in America, who
aspire to have a Sannidhi with Lord Ayyappa as main deity.  With the enormous support from Ayyappa Devotees around the world, This
dream project is being undertaken led by Lord Ayyappa devotees.  This event took place on Saturday, July 11, 2015 in New York.
Lord Ayyappa will be the main deity of the temple along with Lord Ganesh and Lord Hanuman on each side of the Temple.

Chief Guests were: Honorable Mr. Kummanam Rajasekharan (Prominent Hindu Leader and General secretary of Hindu Aikya Vedi).  
A Journalist of The HINDU Newspaper.
Dr. A.K. Pillai, he gave an inspiring speech on Hinduism & Sanatan Dharma.

Anurita was invited to give a speech, she recognized the Chief Guest Honorable Mr. Kummanam Rajasekharan welcomed him to the
U.S. and other Hindu leaders present and she spoke about the richness of Indian culture and its religion and how having such a rich
background makes a person have a solid foundation and make them what they are.  Anurita, also added how ecstatic she is about
building of the Lord Ayyappa Temple in Westchester County where she grew up as a child for short period of time.  She announced that
she supports the building of the Lord Ayyappa Temple here.  She has been a supporter & a devotee for over 4 years of Lord Ayyappa by
participating in singing bhajans & arti, abhishekams and pujas and many other offerings.  

Anurita explains about Hinduism, Lord Ayyappa, Lord Hanuman and Lord Ganesha:
Hinduism - giving the Hindu Scriptural Wisdom: The pre-Aryan Dravidian Indus Valley civilization
(3000 B.C. to 1650 B.C.), the most pacifist prehistoric civilization in the world, probably created the foundation of Hinduism
by Indianizing the conquering Aryan people.  The Indus Valley culture had the background organization of Hinduism, with Mother
Goddess, God Shiva, Meditation, Asceticism, sacred priesthood, etc.  The Mother Goddess must have emerged from the natural and
human ecological truth of fertility, as well as reverence of superhuman natural powers.  As with the Mother Goddess, God Shiva, the
creator of the good and the destroyer of evil, might have actually lived.  The Upanishads, the embodiment of the Hindu wisdom, means
sitting at the feet of the Master (Guru), and evidently learning from him/her.  The Hindu wisdom in the vedas and later through Buddhism
and Jainism, etc., have been created by courageous and independent ascetics, through their quest to discover what is human and the
nature the human relationship with the Godhead, Brahman.  Hence, Hindu wisdom is the outcome of cumulative development, it is
different from other religions, which are founded by the prophecies of divine individuals.  As in Hinduism, the scriptures of other
religions also deal with the core problems of life and their solutions.

Why the Gods Created Ayyappa?

The legendary story of the genesis of Lord Ayyappa in the Puranas or ancient scriptures is intriguing. After Goddess Durga killed the
demon king Mahishasur, his sister, Mahishi, set out to avenge her brother. She carried Lord Brahma's boon that only the child born of
Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva could slay her, or, in other words, she was indestructible. To save the world from annihilation, Lord Vishnu,
incarnated as Mohini, wed Lord Shiva and out of their union Lord Ayyappa was born.
Ayyappan (also called Sastavu, Manikanṭhan or Sasta) is a Hindu deity who is the son of Harihara, a rigvedic deity fused with both Shiva
and Vishnu. He is generally depicted in a yogic posture, wearing a jewel around his neck, hence named Manikandan, Literally meaning
"With bell around the neck".

Popular Hindu Mantra in Malayam:  स्वामीये सारनाम आयापा "Swamiye Saranam Ayyappa" (Meaning: Give me shelter, Lord Ayyappa!)

Anurita explains that Lord Hanuman is a Hindu God and an ardent devotee of Rama. He is a central character in the Hindu epic
Ramayana and its various versions. He is also mentioned in several other texts, including Mahabharata, the various Puranas and some
Jain texts. A vanara, Hanuman participated in Rama's war against the demon king Ravana. Several texts also present him as an
incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is the son of Anjana and Kesari, and is also described as the son of Vaayu, who according to several
stories, played a role in his birth. Lord Hanuman's birth name Maruti was given by the 3 shakti's : Goddess Parvati, Goddess Lakshmi
and Goddess Saraswati.  Other names of Lord Hanuman:  Anjani Putra, Kesari Nandan, Maruti, Bajrang Bali and many more.

Lord Hanuman's famous Bhajan in Sanskrit: वन्दे सन्तं हनुमन्तं। राम भक्तं बलवन्तं॥ ज्ञान पण्डित, अन्जनतन्यं। पावना पुत्र, भकरतेजं॥ वायुदेवं वानरवीरं।
सचिदनदं प्रानदेवं॥ रामभक्तं बलवन्तं। वन्दे सन्तं हनुमन्तं॥ वायुदेवं वानरवीरं। त्रिनिदादें प्रानदेवं, सचिदनदं प्रानदेवं॥  जै पवनसुत्त रामदूत की जै॥
"Vande Santam Hanumantam.  Raam Bhaktam Balvantam.  Gyan Pandit Anjantanyam.  Pavana Putra Bhakartejam".  
Devotees read Hanuman Chalisa during special pujas of Lord Hanuman.  

Mantra for Lord Hanuman: ॐ श्रीहनुमते नमः  (Om Shri Hanumate Namah)

Lord Ganesha (in Sanskrit: गणेश ), also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in the
Hindu pantheon.  His image is found throughout India, Sri Lanka and Nepal.  Hindu sects worship him regardless of affiliations. Devotion
to Ganesha is widely diffused and extends to Jains and Buddhists.

Although he is known by many attributes, Ganesha's elephant head makes him easy to identify.  Ganesha is widely revered as the
remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom.  As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at
the start of rituals and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked as patron of letters and learning during writing sessions. Several texts
relate mythological anecdotes associated with his birth and exploits and explain his distinct iconography.

Lord Ganesha emerged as a distinct deity in the 4th and 5th centuries CE, during the Gupta Period, although he inherited traits from
Vedic and pre-Vedic precursors.  He was formally included among the five primary deities of Smartism (a Hindu denomination) in the 9th
century. A sect of devotees called the Ganapatya arose, who identified Ganesha as the supreme deity.  The principal scriptures
dedicated to Ganesha are the Ganesha Purana, the Mudgala Purana, and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa.

Mantras for Lord Ganesh:   (1)  ॐ श्री गणेशाय नमः (OM Sri Ganeshaya Namah)
(2)  वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सूर्यकोटि समप्रभ निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा  (Vakra-Tunndda Maha-Kaaya Suurya-Kotti Samaprabha
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryessu Sarvadaa)


(Flowers & falling petals with full presentation & explanation of the Gods: Lord Ayyappa, Lord Hanuman & Lord Ganesha designed at the instructions of Anurita for the
respect & worship to Gods.)

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended a puja of Lord Balaji at the Hindu Temple in July, 2015.  She recited 1008 names of
Lord Balaji with many other devotees. Lord Balaji is known to his devotees with many different names. Here are a few names: Lord of
Seven Hills – Venkateswara (
वेंकटेश्वर ) Venkatesa – Balaji – Tirumalesha – Perumalla – Govinda – Sreenivasa.   
Puja concluded with Bhajans and Aarti.

Anurita explained below about Lord Venkateswara Balaji which means Lord of Venkata.  
She said, Venkateswara is also known as Śrinivasā, Bālāji, Veṅkaṭā, and Veṅkaṭācalapati, is a form of the Hindu god Vishnu.
Venkateswara's most prominent shrine is the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh in Southern India.

According to the Hindu scriptures, Vishnu, out of love towards his devotees, incarnated as Venkateswara and appeared for the salvation
and upliftment of humanity in this Kali Yuga age. It is considered the supreme form of Vishnu in this age. The Venkateswara swami
temple is also called Kaliyuga Vaikuntam.

Thus, Venkateswara is another form of Lord Vishnu who is the most popular deity among GSBs in Kerala. He is also known as
Venkatachalapathi or Venkataramana or Tirumal devar or Varadaraja or Srinivasa or Balaji or Bithala. He has a dark complexion and four
hands. In his two upper hands he holds a discus (a symbol of power) and a conchs hell (a symbol of existence). With his lower hands
extended downward he asks devotees to have faith and surrender to him for protection. The supreme temple of Venkateswara is at
Tirupati and every GSB wants to visit this temple at least once in life.

The temple town of Tirupati is situated at the foot of Tirumala hills in the Chandragiri Taluka of the Chittor district in Andhra Pradesh. The sacred spot
on the hill about 2,800 feet above sea level is known as Tirumala, the abode of Lord Venkateswara. The hill forms part of the Eastern Ghats and is
also known as Venkatachala and Seshachala. It is said that the Eastern Ghats on this side along with their curves, heights and falls resemble the
serpent Adisesha and that the seven hills of Tirupati are its seven heads and Ahobalam where Lord Narasimha murthy is worshipped, representing
the centre of Adisesha, and Srisailam representing the tail end of Adisesha. That is why Tirumala is called Seshachala. According to the legends, this
has been a sacred place in all the four yugas, and was known as Vrishabhachala in the Krithayuga, Anjanachala in the Tretayuga, Seshachala in the
Dwaparayuga and Venkatachala in the present Kaliyuga.

In this temple, unlike other Vishnu temples, we find no minor shrines or idols of Vaishnava saints. Apart from the Lord Venkateswara temple, the
other important places at Tirumala and Swami pushkarini, Papavinasam and Akasaganga waterfalls, Varahaswamy temple, and Shila Toranam a very
ancient rock formation supposed to be over 10,000 years old.

THE LEGEND OF LORD VENKATESWARA (LORD BALAJI).  Once some rishis headed by Kasyapa began to perform a sacrifice on the banks of the
Ganges. Sage Narada visited them and asked them why they were performing the sacrifice and who would be pleased by it. Not being able to
answer the question, the rishis approached Sage Bhrigu. To reach a solution after a direct ascertainment of reality, Sage Bhrigu Maharaj first went to
Satyaloka, the abode of Lord Brahma. At Satyaloka, he found Lord Brahma, reciting the four Vedas in praise of Lord Narayana, with each of his four
heads, and attended upon by Goddess Saraswati Devi. Lord Brahma did not take notice of Bhrigu Maharaj's offering obeisance. Concluding that Lord
Brahma was unfit for worship, Bhrigu left Satyaloka for Mount Kailasa abode of Lord Shiva. At Kailasa, Bhrigu Maharaj found Lord Shiva spending his
time pleasantly with Goddess Parvati Devi and not noticing his presence. Parvati Devi drew the attention of Lord Siva to the presence of the sage.
Lord Siva was furious at Bhrigu's intrusion and tried to destroy him. The sage cursed Lord Siva and left for Vaikuntam. At Vaikuntam, Lord Vishnu
was reposing on Adisesha Nagaraj (King of the Nagas) with Sri Mahalakshmi in service at His feet. Finding that Lord Vishnu also did not notice him,
the sage was infuriated and kicked the Lord on His chest, the place where Mahalakshmi resides. At once, Lord Vishnu hastened to apologise to the
angry sage and pressed his feet to allay the pain caused to Bhrigu's leg. In doing so the Lord removed the eye in the foot of the sage, stripping of his
special powers.  Thereupon, the sage concluded that Lord Vishnu was the most supreme of the trimurthis and told the rishis the same.

Lord Balaji Mantra:   ॐ नमो श्री वेंकटेसाया नमः ||   Om Namo Sri Venkatesaya Namah



(Flowers & falling petals with full presentation & explanation of Lord Balaji designed at the instructions of Anurita for the respect & worship to the God.)
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's Team Members Performers and Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Permanent Representative
of Pakistan to the United Nations & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Kannu Chauhan & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ambassador Sahebzada Khan, Deputy Permanent Representative of
Pakistan to the United Nations & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Wajahat Ali Khan (on left Singer Rahat Fateh Ali's brother) &
Dr. Anurita Kapur and a great musician of the troop (on right)
Ambassador Sahebzada Khan, Deputy Permanent Representative of Pakistan Mission to the United Nations,
Mr. Masood Anwar, Minister of Press of Pakistan Mission & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ambassador Sahebzada Khan, Deputy Permanent Representative of Pakistan Mission to the United Nations,
Mr. Masood Anwar, Minister of Press of Pakistan Mission & Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ambassador Sahebzada Khan, Deputy Permanent Representative of Pakistan Mission to the United Nations & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Advisor Nunes da Silva, Mission of France & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Deputy Permanent Representative at the Mission of France
& Dr. Anurita Kapur
Director of World Health Organization (WHO) at the Geneva Office
& Dr. Anurita Kapur
Deputy Permanent Representative at the Mission of  
& Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mission of Japan & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Dr. Okamura, M.D. Goverment of Japan
& Dr. Anurita Kapur
Mr. Salman, International Promoter & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sufi Singer and Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to
the United Nations, Mr. Masood Anwar, Minister of Press & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Honorable Alejandro Toledo, Former President of the Country Peru & Dr. Anurita Kapur.  Anurita purchased his book that President Toledo personally autographed for her.
Dr. Mrs. Toledo, former first lady of Peru and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Anurita's friends: Mr. Rapaport, one of the top builders in the Tri-State and another friend she is a well renowned
attorney in Manhattan.

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