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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.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and she participated on the occasion  of 'World Health Day 2012' Event organized by
World Health Organization at the United Nations Headquarter in Manhattan, New York.
Panel discussions on “Good health adds life to years”.
World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April to mark the anniversary of the founding of WHO in 1948. The day provides an
opportunity to start collective action on a single global health challenge and to engage everyone in finding solutions that
benefit us all. The topic of World Health Day in 2012 is Ageing and Health with the theme "Good health adds life to years". The
panel discussion aims to address public health challenges associated with ageing populations and to provide recommendations
and strategies to address them. It also intends to contribute to the deliberations of the “UN General Assembly open-ended
working group on ageing”.
Greetings relayed by Dr. Kumar for Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization from the Geneva
Headquarters in Switzerland.
Attendees and participants:
• His Excellency, Mr. Mateo Estreme, Deputy Permanent Representative of Argentina to the UN “Update on the UN Working group on
• Dr. Kumar, M.D., Executive Director, WHO Office at the UN “Policy options for healthy ageing”.
• Dr. Meydani, Director, Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Ageing. “Nutrition policies for healthy ageing”.
• Ms. Jessica Frank Lopez, Chair, United Nations NGO Committee on Ageing
“Current advocacy challenges and priorities”
• Ms. Linda I. Gibbs, Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services, NYC “Age-friendly cities”
Linda Gibbs, Deputy Mayor of New York City and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Meydani, Center Director Professor of Nutrition & Immunology
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Kumar, M.D., Director of World Health Organization New York, Dr.
Reisberg, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry & Alzheimer's Program & Clinical
Director of Aging & Dementia Clinical Research Center
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Mr. Pearson, Senior Advisor of Department of Ageing and Life Course for
World Health Organization and Appointed Representative to the United
Nations and Council on Foreign Relations
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Lita, Ph.D., Director Global Bioethic, Dr. Kebede-Francis, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor for Department of Public Health & Community Medicine
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
His Excellency Ambassador Mateo Estreme, Deputy Permanent
Representative Permanent Mission of Argentina to the United States
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Kumar, M.D., Director of World Health Organization New York,
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Kumar, M.D., Director of World Health Organization New York,
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
His Excellency
Ambassador Mateo Estreme,
Permanent Mission of Argentina to
the United Nations
and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D.
Dr. Lita and Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. at the United Nations for the World Health
Organization Event of World Health Day 2012

and celebrated the birth of Hanuman Ji.  Jai Shree Hanuman!

The name Sankat Mochan was given by Tulsidas to Hanuman Ji as he helped Shri Ram Ji in his Sankat.

Shri Hanuman is regarded as the God of power, strength and knowledge. He is known as the 'param bhakt' of lord Rama and is the incarnation of Lord Shiva. He
was born to Kesari and Anjani on the Chaitra Shukla Purnima (Chaitra Shukla Purnima is the Full Moon Day on the Hindu Calendar Month of Chaitra) that is why,
he is known as 'KESERI NANDAN' and 'ANJANEYA'. The philosophy of epic Ramayana is incomplete without the understanding of the devotion of Lord
Hanuman for Shri Rama.

Lord Hanuman is regarded to be the son of Hindu deity 'VAYU' (the wind). He was taken by 'Vayu' to Lord Sun to gain Vedic, shastra and moral knowledge. He
gained his whole knowledge from Lord Sun, as he was considered as omniscient on the planet earth. As per mythology, Hanuman ji is invincible and blessed to
be immortal.
Hanuman chalisa With Meaning in English

Shri Guru Charan Saroj Raj Nij mane mukure sudhar Varnao Raghuvar Vimal Jasu Jo
dayaku phal char

Meaning: After cleansing the mirror of my mind with the pollen dust of holy Guru's Lotus feet.
I Profess the pure, untainted glory of Shri Raghuvar which bestows the four-fold fruits of life.
(Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha).

Budhi Hin Tanu Janike Sumirau Pavan Kumar Bal budhi Vidya dehu mohe Harahu Kalesa

Pavan Kumar and humbly ask for strength, intelligence and true knowledge to relieve me of
all blemishes, causing pain

Jai Hanuman gyan gun sagar Jai Kapis tihun lok ujagar

Meaning: Victory to thee, O'Hanuman! Ocean of Wisdom-All hail to you

O'Kapisa! (fountain-head of power,wisdom and Shiva-Shakti) You
illuminate all the three worlds (Entire cosmos) with your glory.
Ram doot atulit bal dhama Anjani-putra Pavan sut nama

Meaning: You are the divine messenger of Shri Ram. The repository of immeasurable
strength, though known  only as Son of Pavan (Wind), born of Anjani.

Mahavir Vikram Bajrangi Kumati nivar sumati Ke sangi

Meaning: With Limbs as sturdy as Vajra (The mace of God Indra) you are valiant and brave.
On you attends good Sense and Wisdom. You dispel the darkness of evil thoughts.
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Kanchan varan viraj subesa  Kanan Kundal Kunchit Kesa

Meaning:Your physique is beautiful golden coloured and your dress is pretty. You wear ear
rings and have long curly hair.

Hath Vajra Aur Dhuvaje Viraje Kandhe moonj janehu sajai  

Meaning: You carry in your hand a lightening bolt along with a victory (kesari) flag and wear the
sacred thread on your shoulder.
Sankar suvan kesri Nandan Tej pratap maha jag vandan

Meaning: As a descendant of Lord Sankar, you are a comfort and pride of Shri Kesari. With the
lustre of your Vast Sway, you are propitiated all over the universe.

Vidyavan guni ati chatur Ram kaj karibe ko aatur

Meaning: You are the repository of learning, virtuous and fully accomplished, always keen to
carry out the behest's of Shri Ram.

Prabu charitra sunibe ko rasiya Ram Lakhan Sita man Basiya

Meaning: You are an ardent listener, always so keen to listen to the narration of Shri Ram's Life
Stories. Your heart is filled with what Shri Ram stood for. You therefore always dwell in the
hearts of Shri Ram, Lakshman and Sita.

Sukshma roop dhari Siyahi dikhava Vikat roop dhari lanka jarava

Meaning:  You appeared before Sita in a Diminutive form and spoke to her in humility. You
assumed an awesome form and struck terror by setting Lanka on fire.

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Bhima roop dhari asur sanghare Ramachandra ke kaj sanvare

Meaning: With over-whelming might you destroyed the Asuras (demons) and performed all tasks
assigned to you by Shri Ram with great skill.

Laye Sanjivan Lakhan Jiyaye Shri Raghuvir Harashi ur laye

Meaning:  You brought Sanjivan (A herb that revives life) and restored Lakshman back to life, Shri
Raghuvir (Shri Ram) cheerfully embraced you with his heart full of joy.

Raghupati Kinhi bahut badai Tum mam priye Bharat-hi sam bhai

Meaning:  Shri Raghupati (Shri Ram) lustily extolled your excellence and said: "You are as dear to me
as my own brother Bharat."

Sahas badan tumharo yash gave Us kahi Shripati kanth lagaave

Meaning:  Thousands of living beings are chanting hymns of your glories; saying thus, Shri Ram warmly
hugged him (Shri Hanuman).

Sankadik Brahmadi Muneesa Narad Sarad sahit Aheesa

Meaning:  When prophets like Sanka, even the Sage like Lord Brahma the great hermit Narad himself,
Goddess Saraswati and Ahisha (one of
immeasurable dimensions).

Yam Kuber Digpal Jahan te Kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te

Meaning:  Even Yamraj (God of Death) Kuber (God of Wealth) and the  
Digpals (deputies guarding the four corners of the Universe) have been vying with one another in
offering homage to your glories. How then, can a mere poet give adequate expression of your super

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Tum upkar Sugreevahin keenha Ram milaye rajpad deenha
Tumharo mantra Vibheeshan mana Lankeshwar Bhaye Sub jag jana

Meaning:  You rendered a great service to Sugriv. You united him with Shri Ram and he
installed him on the Royal Throne. By heeding your advice, Vibhishan became Lord of
Lanka. This is known all over the Universe

Yug sahastra jojan par Bhanu Leelyo tahi madhur phal janu

Meaning:  On your own you dashed upon the Sun, which is at a fabulous  distance of
thousands of miles, thinking it to be a sweet luscious fruit.

Prabhu mudrika meli mukh mahee Jaladhi langhi gaye achraj nahee

Meaning:  Carrying the Lord's Signet Ring in your mouth, there is hardly any wonder that you
easily leapt across the ocean

Durgaam kaj jagat ke jete Sugam anugraha tumhre tete

Meaning:  The burden of all difficult tasks of the world become light with your kind grace.

Ram dware tum rakhvare, Hoat na agya binu paisare

Meaning: You are the sentry at the door of Shri Ram's Divine Abode. No one can enter it
without your permission,

Sub sukh lahai tumhari saran Tum rakshak kahu ko dar na

Meaning:  All comforts of the world lie at your feet. The devotees enjoy all divine pleasures
and feel fearless under your benign Protection.

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Yam Kuber Digpal Jahan te Kavi kovid kahi sake kahan te

Meaning:  Even Yamraj (God of Death) Kuber (God of Wealth) and the  Digpals (deputies
guarding the four corners of the Universe) have been vying with one another in offering
homage to your glories. How then, can a mere poet give adequate expression of your super

Tum upkar Sugreevahin keenha Ram milaye rajpad deenha
Tumharo mantra Vibheeshan mana Lankeshwar Bhaye Sub jag jana

Meaning:  You rendered a great service to Sugriv. You united him with Shri Ram and he
installed him on the Royal Throne. By heeding your advice.

Vibhishan became Lord of Lanka. This is known all over the Universe Yug sahastra jojan par
Bhanu Leelyo tahi madhur phal janu

Meaning:  On your own you dashed upon the Sun, which is at a fabulous  distance of thousands
of miles, thinking it to be a sweet luscious fruit.

Prabhu mudrika meli mukh mahee Jaladhi langhi gaye achraj nahee

Meaning:  Carrying the Lord's Signet Ring in your mouth, there is hardly any wonder that you
easily leapt across the ocean

Durgaam kaj jagat ke jete Sugam anugraha tumhre tete

Meaning:  The burden of all difficult tasks of the world become light with your kind grace.

Ram dware tum rakhvare, Hoat na agya binu paisare

Meaning: You are the sentry at the door of Shri Ram's Divine Abode. No one can enter it without
your permission,
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Sub sukh lahai tumhari saran Tum rakshak kahu ko dar na

Meaning:  All comforts of the world lie at your feet. The devotees enjoy all divine pleasures and feel
fearless under your benign Protection.

Aapan tej samharo aapai Teenhon lok hank te kanpai

Meaning:  You alone are befitted to carry your own splendid valour. All the
three worlds (entire universe) tremor at your thunderous call.

Bhoot pisach Nikat nahin aavai Mahavir jab naam sunavai

Meaning:  All the ghosts, demons and evil forces keep away, with the sheer
mention of your great name, O'Mahaveer!!

Nase rog harai sab peera Japat nirantar Hanumant beera

Meaning: All diseases, pain and suffering disappear on reciting regularly
Shri Hanuman's holy name.

Sankat se Hanuman chudavai Man Karam Vachan dyan jo lavai

Meaning:  Those who remember Shri Hanuman in thought, words and deeds with Sincerity and Faith,
are rescued from all crises in life.
Sub par Ram tapasvee raja

Tin ke kaj sakal Tum saja

Meaning:  All who hail, worship and have faith in Shri Ram as the Supreme
Lord and the king of penance. You make all their difficult tasks very easy.

Aur manorath jo koi lavai  Sohi amit jeevan phal pavai

Meaning:  Whosoever comes to you for fulfillment of any desire with faith
and sincerity, Will he alone secure the imperishable fruit of human life.
Charon Yug partap tumhara Hai persidh jagat ujiyara

Meaning:  All through the four ages your magnificent glory is acclaimed far
and wide. Your fame is Radiantly acclaimed all over the Cosmos.
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Sadhu Sant ke tum Rakhware Asur nikandan Ram dulhare

Meaning:  You are Saviour and the guardian angel of Saints and

Sages and destroy all Demons. You are the angelic darling of Shri Ram. Ashta sidhi nav
nidhi ke dhata Us var deen Janki mata

Meaning:  You can grant to any one, any yogic power of Eight Siddhis (power to become
light and heavy at will) and Nine Nidhis (Riches,comfort,power,prestige,fame,sweet
relationship etc.) This boon has been conferred upon you by Mother Janki.

Ram rasayan tumhare pasa Sada raho Raghupati ke dasa

Meaning:  You possess the power of devotion to Shri Ram. In all rebirths  you will always
remain Shri Raghupati's most dedicated disciple.

Tumhare bhajan Ram ko pavai Janam janam ke dukh bisravai

Through hymns sung in devotion to you, one can find Shri Ram and become free from
sufferings of several births.

Anth kaal Raghuvir pur jayee Jahan janam Hari-Bakht Kahayee

Meaning:  If at the time of death one enters the Divine Abode of Shri Ram, thereafter in all
future births he is born as the Lord's devotee.

Aur Devta Chit na dharehi Hanumanth se hi sarve sukh karehi

Meaning:  One need not entertain any other deity for Propitiation, as devotion of Shri
Hanuman alone can give all happiness.

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Sankat kate mite sab peera Jo sumirai Hanumat Balbeera

Meaning:  One is freed from all the sufferings and ill fated contingencies of rebirths in the
world. One who adores and remembers Shri Hanuman.

Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Gosahin Kripa Karahu Gurudev ki nyahin

Meaning: Hail, Hail, Hail, Shri Hanuman, Lord of senses. Let your victory over the evil be firm
and final. Bless me in the capacity as my supreme guru (teacher).

Jo sat bar path kare kohi Chutehi bandhi maha sukh hohi

Meaning: One who recites Chalisa one hundred times, becomes free from the bondage of life
and death and enjoys the highest bliss at last.

Jo yah padhe Hanuman Chalisa Hoye siddhi sakhi Gaureesa

Meaning:  All those who recite Hanuman Chalisa (The forty Chaupais) regularly are sure to be
benedicted. Such is the evidence of no less a witness as Bhagwan Sankar.

Tulsidas sada hari chera Keejai Das Hrdaye mein dera

Meaning:  Tulsidas as a bonded slave of the Divine Master, stays
perpetually at his feet, he prays "Oh Lord! You enshrine within my heart & soul."

Pavantnai sankar haran, Mangal murti roop. Ram Lakhan Sita sahit, Hrdaye basahu sur bhoop.

Meaning:  Oh! conqueror of the Wind, Destroyer of all miseries, you are a symbol of
Auspiciousness. Along with Shri RamLakshman and Sita, reside in my heart. Oh! King of Gods.

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Holy Bible says that Jesus died for our sins and to free mankind from all sins.  Then he rose from the dead on the third day known as
Jesus of Nazareth also referred to as Jesus Christ or simply Christ, is the central figure of Christianity and is also regarded as an important
prophet of God in Islam. Most Christian denominations venerate him as God the Son incarnated and believe that he rose from the dead
after being crucified. The principal sources of information regarding Jesus are the Bible's four canonical gospels, which most biblical
scholars find useful for reconstructing Jesus' life and teachings. Scholars have correlated the New Testament accounts with non-Christian
historical records to arrive at an estimated chronology for the major episodes in the life of Jesus.
Verse from the Bible:  "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son and whosoever believeth in him shall not perish but have everlasting life."
Jesus Christ on the Crucifix.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and participated at the 33rd Death Anniversary of Pakistan's Leader and Former President of
Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.  The event was organized by Pakistan People Party every member gave a heartfelt speech on the
loss of their beloved Leader Bhutto.  Dr. Kapur said words of condolence for President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and words peace
among the India and Pakistan.  

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (5 January 1928 – 4 April 1979) was 9th Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1973 to 1977, and prior to that, 4th President of Pakistan from 1971 to
1973. Bhutto was the founder of thePakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and served as its chairman until his execution in 1979.  His elder daughter, Benazir Bhutto, later
also served as Prime Minister, while his son Murtaza Bhutto served as member of Parliament of Pakistan.
Educated at the University of Southern California and University of California, Berkeley in the United States and the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom,
Bhutto was noted for his progressive economic initiatives, industrialization, education, and foreign policy, and his intellectualism.  In addition to national security
issues, Bhutto promoted his policies on nationalization, health care, and social reforms.  Under his premiership, Pakistan's Parliament gave approval and passed
unanimously the 1973 Constitution of Pakistan, a supreme law that provides a parliamentary system to Pakistan, strengthened Sino-Pakistani and Saudi-Pakistani
relations, recognized East-Pakistan asBangladesh, and hosted the second Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in 1974 where he delegated and invited
leaders from the Muslim world to Lahore, Punjab Province of Pakistan.   In July 1972, Bhutto successfully proceeded the Shimla treaty, signed with Indira Gandhi
of India, brought 93,000 Prisoners of War back to Pakistan, and secured 5,000 sq mi (13,000 km2) held by India.  On 20 January 1972, weeks after the Indo-Pakistani
1971 winter war, Bhutto orchestrated, authorized, and administrated the scientific research on nuclear weapons; for this, he is colloquially known in the world as
"Father of the Pakistan's nuclear deterrent programme".  
His son-in-law is the Honorable President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and attended an event to Honor Our Esteemed
Leader Honorable Raja Sahib Digvijay Singhji.  General Secretary, All India Congress Committee.
Attendees: Hon. Prabhu Dayal, Consul General India, Dr. Malhotra, India National Overseas Congress members,
Nationalist Congress Party members, many other Indian dignitaries.
The event followed by Reception & Dinner with him.
Digvijay Singh (born 28 February 1947) is an Indian politician, a former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and a senior leader of the Indian
National Congress political party. He has been the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh state for two five-year terms. He first became Chief
Minister of Madhya Pradesh on 7 December 1993. He is currently a General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. is the niece of His Excellency, Honorable Ambassador Arthur Lall.  Arthur Lall is the paternal cousin
of her mother Mrs. Rochelle Sheila David-Kapur who is a retired diplomat.  H.E. Amb. Arthur Lall has always been closely
involved in Anurita's family's occasions.  Among many, many distinguished family members of Anurita that are VVIP's &
dignitaries, High Commissioners, Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force officials, H.E. Amb. Arthur Lall was also
present with his special blessings for Anurita at her wedding ceremonies: a traditional Hindu ceremony and a traditional
Christian ceremony held in New Delhi, India in 1995 and he was also present at her wedding reception held in
New Jersey in 1995 to her medical doctor husband.

Anurita always called H.E. Ambassador Lall 'Mamaji' (which means maternal uncle - brother of Anurita's mother).  
H.E. Amb. Lall was chosen to be an Indian Ambassador by our first Indian Prime Minister, Honorable Pandit Jawahar Lal
Nehru in 1950's.  His wife was Dr. Betty Lall, who ran for Congresswoman in New York City but lost in 1953.

H.E. Hon. Amb. Arthur Lall ; A diplomat for all seasons (1911-1998)
CERTAIN personal qualities, apart from a keen intellect and a ready wit, are essential for success in a diplomatic career. A perpetual smile on the face and a
sense of humour are two of these.
Arthur Lall, the first ever Indian ambassador, had it all. Dr. Betty Lall gave able support to her husband. On a warm, pleasant day, if one happens to stroll
down the streets of New York, be it uptown, midtown or downtown, the chances were that one would meet them.
The last time this writer had such a downtown encounter, Arthur Lall said, "It is nice to see you still here. Look how wonderful the day is and how everyone
here likes to talk. What a difference between here and back home." Betty Lall nodded approvingly.
Arthur Lall, 87 at the time of his death on September 13, will be sorely missed whether it be an Independence Day gathering, an Indian function or a small
private cocktail or dinner reception. He was one of the most pleasant personalities one met in New York. Whenever he was called upon to say something to
an audience, he compelled attention with his amusing anecdotes and a quaintness of humour that never failed him.
Arthur Lall was among a handful of Indian Civil Service (ICS) officers who were handpicked by Jawaharlal Nehru for responsibilities abroad. His immense
erudition was attained at Balliol College, Oxford, after he obtained a firm grounding at home on all basic subjects. Nehru was a strong critic of the ICS officers
but he relied heavily on bright young people belonging to the ICS cadre in building the foreign service. Arthur Lall measured up to Nehru's expectations.

H.E. Amb. Arthur Lall at the United Nations in 1957.
Another mentor of Amb. Arthur Lall was V.K. Krishna Menon, who took him as his assistant during the famous United Nations Security Council debates on
Kashmir in the 1950s and on Goa in the early 1960s. Krishna Menon inducted Arthur Lall into U.N.-related work from his position as the Consul-General for
India in New York.
For several years after Krishna Menon faded out, Arthur Lall, as the chief Indian delegate and Ambassador, waged many a diplomatic battle for India at the U.
N. But his style was different from that of his mentor: he was the permanently smiling Permanent Representative at the U.N. and he created the same effect in
his adversaries. After retiring from the foreign service, Amb. Arthur Lall became a Professor at Cornell University and later at Columbia, teaching international
relations and diplomacy.

H.E. Amb. Arthur Lall's mentor was Vengalil Krishnan Krishna Menon (3 May 1896 – 6 October 1974) was an Indian nationalist, diplomat and statesman,
described as the second most powerful man in India by Time magazine and others, after his ally and intimate friend, Jawaharlal Nehru.
Described as "vitriolic, intolerant, impatient, and exigent – yes, but generous, sensitive, considerate, a great teacher too, and a great man" by Lord Listowell,
the last British secretary of state for India, Menon was an influential and controversial figure on the world scene, and the architect of the Third Bloc foreign
policy of non-alignment. He headed India's diplomatic missions to both the United Kingdom and United Nations, and was repeatedly elected to both houses
of the Indian Parliament from multiple constituencies, serving as Defence Minister from 1957 to 1962. Menon cofounded Penguin Books in 1935 with Sir Allen
Lane, and also created the Sainik Schools.  He is the first Malayalee to have won the Padma Vibhushan.  
He was the High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.  He was Minister of Defence.
He was at the United Nations Diplomacy and Non-Alignment
In 1952, Menon accepted the command of the Indian delegation to the United Nations, a position he would hold until 1962. He earned a reputation for
brilliance in the UN, frequently engineering elegant solutions to complex international political issues, including a peace plan for Korea, a ceasefire in Indo-
China, the deadlocked disarmament talks, and the French withdrawal from the UN over Algeria.
Plane Carrying Bodies of Late UN
Secretary-General and Other Staff Makes
Stop-Over in Geneva
A special plane carrying the bodies of the late
Secretary-General, Dag Hammarskjöld, and other
Staff Members who died with him, while he was
on a peace mission in the Congo, today landed in
Geneva where special ceremonies were held.

The coffin of the Secretary-General is being taken
off the plane. High-ranking UN and Swiss Officials
and members of Delegations are at the bottom of
the gangway. Recognizable, from the left are: Mr.
P.P. Spinelli (second from left), Under-Secretary,
Director of the UN European Office; Mr. G.
Palthey, Deputy Director, UN European Office; Mr.
Sture Linner, Chief of UN Congo Operations; Mr.
and Mrs. Knut Hammarskjöld, nephew of the
Secretary-General; Mr. T.G. Narayanan, Personal
Assistant to the Secretary-General; H.E.
Ambassador Arthur Lall (India); and Ambassador
Averill Harriman (United States).
27 September 1961, Geneva, Switzerland
His Excellency Honorable Ambassador Arthur Lall at the
United Nations in New York City, New York.
Several publications written and published by Honorable Ambassador Arthur Lall

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. attended an Event held by Dr. Deepak Chopra, M.D. and Congressman Tim Ryan in New York

Dr. Deepak Chopra is a celebrity doctor whose specialty is the healing ways of his native India. Chopra was born and raised in India and
moved to the United States in the 1970s. He settled in Boston and had a successful career as an endocrinologist in the 1980s before turning
to the ancient healing methods of Ayur-Veda, emphasizing meditation, herbal medicine, yoga and massage. Real fame came with the
publication of his best-selling books Ageless Body, Timeless Mind (1993) and The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success (1995). He became a
successful motivational speaker, with a series of multi-media programs for healing mind, body and spirit. In the late 1990s he produced a CD
with readings of the works of Sufi poet Rumi, including some by Madonna and Demi Moore and Goldie Hawn. His other books include Grow
Younger, Live Longer (2001), Life After Death: The Burden of Proof (2006), and Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment (2007). He is the founder of
the Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Carlsbad, California.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and attended an event held in the Honor of KIRAN BEDI.  Kiran Bedi is an Indian social
activist and a retired Indian Police Service (IPS) officer. Bedi joined the police service in 1972 and became the first
woman she voluntarily retired from the IPS in December 2007.  Bedi was the host and judge of the popular TV series
"Aap Ki Kachehri" (English, "Your Court"), which is based on real-life disputes and provides a platform for settling
disputes between consenting parties.

She has also founded two NGOs in India: the Navjyoti Delhi Police Foundation for welfare and preventative policing in 1988 which
was later renamed as the Navjyoti India Foundation in 2007, and the India Vision Foundation for prison reformation, drug abuse
prevention and child welfare in 1994.  Bedi was awarded Ramon Magsaysay award in 1994 for Government service.
His excellency, Honorable
Ambassador Arthur Lall (Anurita's
maternal uncle 'Mamaji')
Hon. Vengalil Krishnan Krishna
Menon a mentor to H.E. Hon.
Amb. Arthur Lall.  He was the
second most powerful man in
India & Minister of Defence.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and attended Reception and Celebration of "MOTHER EARTH DAY 2012" at the
General Assembly Hall at the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, New York.
Attendees: VVIP's and Dignitaries, Ford Foundation Trustees, United Nations Women's Assoc., UNDP and
The United Nations Dignitaries and Reeteka (Dr. Anurita Kapur's daughter).

The General Assembly Hall is the famous hall where the United Nations along with member countries worldwide and the United States
Presidents discuss and make policies & procedures for security council, medical issues, educational issues, etc.. This is the same famous
General Assembly Hall that is only shown on Television all over the world when important events take place at
the United Nations.  This event had more than 1000 people.
Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjöld's Grave
Stone in Uppsala
Anurita's Maternal uncle & aunt (Mama ji & Mami ji)
H.E. Amb. Arthur Lall & his wife Dr. (Mrs.) Betty Lall
Late Secretary-General, Honorable Dag Hammarskjöld at the United Nations
Building in New York City.
Dag Hammarskjöld  Birth House
the United Nations, he served from April 1953 until his death in a plane crash in September 1961. He is one of four people to have been awarded a
posthumous Nobel Peace Prize.  Hammarskjöld remains the only U.N. Secretary-General to die in office, and his death occurred en route to cease-fire
negotiations. American President John F. Kennedy called Hammarskjöld “the greatest statesman of our century".

UN Secretary-General.  When Trygve Lie resigned from his post as UN Secretary-General in 1953, the United Nations Security Council recommended
Hammarskjöld for the post. It came as a surprise to him.  Seen as a competent technocrat without political views, he was selected on 31 March by a majority
of 10 out of eleven Security Council members. The UN General Assembly elected him in the 7–10 April session by 57 votes out of 60. In 1957, he was re-

Hammarskjöld began his term by establishing his own secretariat of 4,000 administrators and setting up regulations that defined their responsibilities. He
was also actively engaged in smaller projects relating to the UN working environment. For example, he planned and supervised in every detail the creation
of a "meditation room" in the UN headquarters. This is a place dedicated to silence where people can withdraw into themselves, regardless of their faith,
creed, or

During his term, Hammarskjöld tried to smooth relations between Israel and the Arab states. Other highlights include a 1955 visit to China to negotiate
release of 15 captured US pilots who had served in the Korean War, the 1956 establishment of the United Nations Emergency Force, and his intervention in
the 1956 Suez Crisis. He is given credit by some historians for allowing participation of the Holy See within the United Nations that year.

In 1960, the former Belgian Congo and then newly independent Congo asked for UN aid in defusing the Congo Crisis. Hammarskjöld made four trips to the
Congo. His efforts towards the decolonisation of Africa were considered insufficient by the Soviet Union; in September 1960, the Soviet government
denounced his decision to send a UN emergency force to keep the peace. They demanded his resignation and the replacement of the office of Secretary-
General by a three-man directorate with a built-in veto, the "troika". The objective was to, citing the memoirs of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, “equally
represent interests of three groups of countries: capitalist, socialist and recently independent.”[6] Hammarskjöld denied Patrice Lumumba's request to help
force the Katanga Province to rejoin the Congo, causing Lumumba to turn to the Soviets for help. He personally disliked Lumumba and felt that he should
be removed from office.

In September 1961, Hammarskjöld learned about fighting between "non-combatant" UN forces and Katangese troops of Moise Tshombe. He was en route to
negotiate a cease-fire on the night of 17–18 September when his Douglas DC-6 airliner SE-BDY crashed near Ndola,Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia).
Hammarskjöld and fifteen others perished in the crash.

A special report issued by the United Nations following the crash stated that a bright flash in the sky was seen at approximately 1:00 am the previous night.

According to the UN special report, it was this information that resulted in the initiation of search and rescue operations. Initial indications that the crash
might not have been an accident led to multiple official inquiries and persistent speculation that the Secretary-General was assassinated.
Hammarskjöld's death was a memorable event. The Dag Hammarskjöld Crash Site Memorial is under consideration for inclusion as a UNESCO World
Heritage Site. A press release issued by the Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo stated that, "... in order to pay a tribute to this great man, now
vanished from the scene, and to his colleagues, all of whom have fallen victim to the shameless intrigues of the great financial Powers of the West... the
Government has decided to proclaim Tuesday, 19 September 1961, a day of national mourning."

        Hammarskjöld posthumously received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1961, having been nominated before his death.
        Honorary degrees: The Carleton University in Ottawa (then called Carleton College) awarded its first-ever honorary degree to Hammarskjöld in 1954
when it presented him with a Legum Doctor, honoris causa. The University has continued this tradition by conferring an honorary doctorate upon every
subsequent Secretary General of the United Nations. He also held honorary degrees from Oxford University, England; in the United States from Harvard,
Princeton, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Amherst, Johns Hopkins, the University of California, and Ohio University; in Sweden, Uppsala
University; and in Canada from McGill University as well as Carleton.
        On April 6, 2011, the Bank of Sweden announced that Hammarskjöld's image will be used on the 1000 kronor banknote, the highest-denomination
banknote in Sweden.
Dr. Anurita Kapur's paternal cousin uncle (her father's first cousin from his mother's side) was Dr. Raj Krishna-Kasava who was a very
renowned lawyer in Washington, D.C. for over 45 years.  He was the legal advisor to the World Bank in Washington, D.C.  He was
posted in many foreign countries such as Geneva, Switzerland, Burma, Calgary as an advisor to the World Bank.  
He had a Career of Internationalism And a Passion for a Homeland.

Krishna had come to Washington as a lawyer with the World Bank, where he would eventually be chief counsel of the South Asia
Division and, by the time he retired in 1995, legal adviser to the bank's International Trade Law Unit.
He sometimes spent more than 200 nights a year away from his family in Bethesda as he traveled from Afghanistan to Korea to
Morocco to Cameroon. Yet no matter how far he journeyed, Krishna always remained a proud, if unofficial, ambassador of India.  His
wife Mrs. Krishna, taught Hindi at Johns Hopkins University.  He edited a quarterly publication, Highlights, that evolved into a glossy
magazine with scholarly articles on Indian art and culture. He wrote some articles himself and, in 1991, edited a book on the history of

Krishna had a deep knowledge of the history, architecture and literature of the West -- "he was very worldly, very cosmopolitan," his
daughter said -- but he was happiest when he could return to the sounds, scents and land of his youth.
"He always looked forward to his visits to India very much," his wife says. "It made him happy to touch that soil. He had always told me
that he wanted to die there."

On Jan. 1, while passing through Bombay on his way to an extended visit in New Delhi, Krishna did, in fact, have a heart attack and die
in his native land. He was 71.  He was an authority in such arcane fields as border disputes, de facto governments and laws governing
rivers and waterways. Although he had been retired nearly 10 years, he continued to consult for the World Bank because his expertise
included several countries now at the center of conflict: Afghanistan, Lebanon, Iran and Iraq. He looked on in sorrow when disorder
uprooted happy memories of places that had once seemed enchanted.

Krishna believed in negotiation, reconciliation and understanding, qualities he learned while growing up in Lucknow, a northern city
known for its classical Indian culture and for its relatively smooth blending of Hindu and Islamic traditions. Krishna spoke Hindi at home
with his family but was also fluent in Urdu, the language of the Muslim population.  "It made him a secularist to his core."
He also was strongly affected by the peaceful revolution of Mohandas K. Gandhi, as India overthrew British colonial rule in 1947 when
he was a boy.

"In the last few months, "he was collecting material about Gandhi -- letters and photos." He had hoped to develop a program for schools
showing the influence of Gandhi's ideas on Martin Luther King Jr.
Krishna had spent years in academia, first in India, where he received bachelor's and master's degrees in law and taught at several
universities. He received a doctorate in law from the Australian National University before joining the World Bank.

Before Raj Krishna left on his final trip, which was to last more than three months, his daughter asked him to stay, saying, "Papa, you
have been here for half your life." He said, "You know, Anamika, India is my home," he replied. "I must go."

Dr. Anurita Kapur paid her condolences to the First Bollywood Super Star Actor Rajesh Khanna who died on
July 18, 2012 due to his illness.  Anurita held a Shanti Puja at the Hindu Temple in New York for peace for the Rajesh
Khanna's soul & his grieving family.  In her speech Anurita said that her father was an old friend of Rajesh Khanna from late
1960's.  Rajesh Khanna visited Anurita's father and their home in Nainital some times especially during the movie shooting of
"Kati Patang".  This is one of the very classic movie and the song: 'Jis Gali mein tera ghar na ho balma' was a very touching
song filmed at Naini Lake in Nainital.  Rajesh Khanna had a romantic and killing effect on all the females.  Anurita's dad use
to tell people that women from all over India use to write Rajesh Khanna love letters (some love letters were written in their
own blood) asking him to marry them.  He was an extremely good looking man with killing looks and an awesome
personality.  Anurita said he was one of my favorite actor with looks that were aesthetically pleasing to my eyes.

Anurita said some of his hit songs and my favorites were:  chingari koi bhadkey, yeh jo mohabbat hai yeh unka hai kaam mehbub ka jo bas lete hue
naam mar jayen mit jayen ho jayen badnam
, ek ajnabee hasina se yun mulakat ho gayi, jis gali mein tera ghar na ho balma uss gali se hamein to
guzarna nahin jo dagar tere dwarey pe jaati na ho uss dagar pe humein paaon rakhna nahin
, mere dil mein aaj kya hai tu kahey to main bata doon,
o mere dil ke chaen - chaen aaye mere dil ko dua kijiye, bheegi bheegi raaton mein, gore rang pe na itna ghuman kar, karvatein badalte rahey saari
raat hum
, suno kaho kaha suna kuch hua kya (gar ho sakay to main apne dil par tera naam likh doon har ik rang mein),
yeh lal rang kab mujhe chorhega mera gham kab talak mera dil torhega, hum dono do premi duniya chorh chaley, sachai chup nahin sakti banavat ke
asulon se khushbu aa nahin sakti kagaz ke phoolon se
, falak se sitarey sab log laaye hain main laya hoon jo yeh log nahin laaye hain, Diwana leke
aaya hai dil ka tarana
, roop tera mastana pyar mera diwana, hum dono do premi duniya chorh chaley jeevan ki hum saari rasme torh chaley, prem
kahani mein
, pyar diwana hota hai mastana hota hai, yeh sham mastani, naino mein nindiya hai, taras gayi re baras gayi re tere daras ko najariya,
aao na gale lagaao na lagi bujha do na o sajna, main shayar badnaam, kuch to log kahengey logon ka kaam hai kehna, jai jai shiv shankar kaanta
lagey na kankar,
zindagi kaisi hai paheli haaye kabhie yeh hansaye kabhi yeh rulaye, zindagi ek safar hai suhana yahan kal kya ho kisne jaana, and
many more hits....

Anurita added that he was born on 29 December 1942, in Amritsar as Jatin Arora, Khanna was adopted and raised by foster parents -
Chunni Lal Khanna and Leela Wati Khanna, who were relatives of his biological parents, after his father had migrated from
pre-partitioned Pakistan to Gali Tiwarian in the city of Amritsar in 1940.  After his adoption, he was known as "Jatin Khanna".  Khanna's
uncle changed Khanna's first name to Rajesh when Khanna decided to join films.

"In his prime as an actor he was the heartthrob of the young generation of 1970s, who tried to model themselves on him and his style.  
His powerful acting brought life into the celluloid character he played in over 160 films".  "In his passing away, the film world has lost a
powerful actor and creative personality," Anurita said.  Rajesh Khanna had been battling with health issues for a long time, and was
admitted to the hospital in the last one month.  Kaka, as he was popularly known, is survived by wife Dimple Kapadia and daughters
Twinkle (married to Actor Akshay Kumar) and Rinke.

He began his career with "Aakhri Khat" in 1966. He became a superstar like no other with his work in hits like "Aradhana", "Do Raaste",
"Safar" and "Anand". He was last seen in a TV commercial for Havells fans earlier this year. The actor was a celebrated artiste who
entertained millions of Indians with his performance in a variety of films."  "He was called the first superstar of the Indian cinema and
his popularity as a romantic hero in the 1960s and 1970s is a part of our film folklore," Anurita said.  Rajesh Khanna's "legacy will live on
in the form of the numerous entertaining and acclaimed films that he leaves behind."  "In the passing away of Rajesh Khanna the Indian
film industry has lost one of its most successful and most charming heroes.  On this sad occasion, I convey my heartfelt condolences
to the members of the bereaved family and Rajesh Khanna's countless fans and admirers," she added.

Rajesh Khanna, known as the first superstar of Hindi film world, had dabbled in politics as well. He was Congress MP from the New
Delhi constituency from 1991-1996.

"Rajesh Khanna was a legendary actor who personified outstanding artistic grace and distinctive creative skills, distinguishing him from
his contemporaries in Indian film industry," Anurita said. Rajesh Khanna was a versatile actor and his departure has left a void in our
hearts and the Indian film industry.  May God rest Rajesh Khanna's soul in peace.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a private birthday celebration in New York City for Honorable Asif Ali Zardari, President of
Pakistan.  Anurita gave a short speech wishing President Zardari a Happy Birthday and may he have many many more.
She ended the speech keep up the peace work and God bless us all. President Zardari is the son-in-law of the former President of
Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and husband of Former President of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto known to have done great works for Pakistan
and peace keeping.


Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended 51st Birthday Celebration for President Barrack Obama, President of the United States of
America on August 4, 2012.  The event was hosted by Ms. Dickerson.  The celebration was a big success with lots of attendees.  
Anurita gave a short speech and wished President Obama a very Happy Birthday & good wishes and may he have many many more.

Honorable Barrack Obama, President of the United States of America sent a letter of thanks to Dr. Anurita Kapur, on Thursday,
September 27, 2012 for all the support and help she has provided for his campaigning.

Dear Anurita --

I want to thank you for all you're doing for this campaign.

If we get to continue this work, it's going to be because of you.

Next week I'm meeting up with President Clinton on the campaign trail, and we both want to thank you in person.



Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended meetings with S. M. Krishna, Foreign Minister of India at the New York Palace Hotel in
Manhattan.  Coverage of the meetings was in the local New York Newspapers along with videos and photographs and articles of the

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Gandhi Jayanti at the United Nations held by the Panel of Mission of India,
H.E. Ambassador Hardeep Puri, H.E. Ambassador Manjeev Puri, Ambassador Haroon, H.E. Ambassador Nazareth,
Honorable S. M. Krishna, Foreign Minister of India, President of General Assembly Hall and H.E. Ambassador Prabhu Dayal &
First Lady Mrs. Chandni Dayal among many other dignitaries.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a dinner meeting with Honorable E. Ahmad, Minister of the State for External Affairs,
Government of India.  In Port Washington, New York.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Dinner Reception with Her Highness, Maharani Praneet Kaur, Minister of State for
External Affairs at the Consul General of India in Manhattan.
Anurita and her daughter Reeteka presented flowers to Maharani Praneet Kaur.  
Mr. Derek O'Brien, M.P. and Central Bureau of Investigation Officers.  The Attendees were: many dignitaries and leader of the Indian
community and H.E. Ambassador & (Mrs.) Manjeev Puri.  Honorable Prabhu Dayal & his wife the first lady Mrs. Chandni Dayal.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Leo Nevas Human Rights Task Force and the Council of Organizations present
Human Rights Inside Syria discussion featuring Honorable Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro, Chair of the International Commission of Inquiry For
Syria at the Millennium UN Plaza Hotel Ballroom, United Nations Plaza in Manhattan.  The attendees were Chairs of U.N. Organization and
United Nations Foundations and Mr. Ted Turner and many other dignitaries.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a meeting with Mr. Ted Turner (Founder of CNN and many more) at the Millenium UN Plaza Hotel
in Manhattan.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended invited by H.E. Ambassador Abulkalam Abdul Momen Permanent Representative of
Bangladesh to the United Nations for a Reception for “Paintings for World-Harmony” at the United Nations in Manhattan.  This is
dedicated to a culture ofpeace as expressed through the arts.  Sponsored by Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the United
Nations and Jharna Art Foundation.  Attended by many Ambassadors of the United Nations and other dignitaries and
Mr. Satish Dhupelia who is the great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi "the icon of peace and non-violence".

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a medical conference and meeting at the Plaza Hotel.  The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan is one
the of very high end and aristocratic Hotels it has been in existence for over a 100 years.  Attendees were:  Medical Doctors and
Hospital Administrators of prestigious Hospital Programs.

Dr. Anurita Kapur had a private dinner meeting with the Zardari Administration.  During President of Pakistan Honorable President Asif
Ali Zardari's visit to the United Nations General Assembly Hall (September, 2012).  The meeting took place at the InterContinental New
York Barclay Hotel in Manhattan.  Their meeting concluded very well.  Upon their request to sing songs, Anurita sang many many songs
for them that included peace songs, Indian Bhajans (
Om Jai Jagdish Harey, Ae Malik Tere Bandey Hum Aisey ho hamarey karam neki
par chalen aur badi se talen taake hanstey hue nikle dum
& more), American Gospel Songs, Indian Patriotic Songs (Kar chaley hum fida,
Ae mere watan ke logon
) and others.  Due to not having any music nor music system available Anurita sang all the songs without music
nor any music system.  Anurita got high praises for her singing.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Reception honoring Her Highness Maharani Praneet Kaur, Minister of State for
External Affairs at the World Fair Marina by Indian Congress Party.
The Attendees were: many dignitaries and leader of the Indian community and H.E. Ambassador Manjeev Puri, Community Leaders
and Dr. Naik, Cardiologist and Past President of APPI and President of Karnataka Chapter for Indian Congress Party.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended Mika Singh's Concert and Dinner Party!  Mika Singh is a very famous and popular Punjabi and Hindi Songs
Singer in Bollywood.  His biological brother Daler Mehdi is an equally famous Punjabi singer in Bollywood.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Gandhi Jayanti Event at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in Manhattan, New York on
Wednesday, October 3, 2012.
Former Ambassador Pascal Alan Nazareth to speak on the Occasion.  Attendees: Ambassador Nambiar, Dr. Navin Mehta,
Mr. Bhatia and many Indian and American Community Leaders.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited and participated at the United Nations a High-Level Working Session,
"Urban Futures... South Meets North" on the occasion of World Habitat Day and the International Day of Older Persons in
support of the Habitat III Preparatory Process and the Awards for the winners of the 2012 International Student Design
Competition, “Integrated Communities: A Society for All Ages.”  

The United Nations has designated the first Monday of October of every year as World Habitat Day to reflect on the state of our
towns and cities and the basic right to all, to adequate shelter. It is also intended to remind the world of its collective responsibility
for the future of the human habitat. This year’s World Habitat Day theme is “Changing Cities, Building Opportunities” because cities
are the engines of growth.  On 14 December 1990, the United Nations General Assembly (by resolution 45/106) designated 1 October
the International Day of Older Persons.  This was preceded by initiatives such as the Vienna International Plan of Action on Ageing -
which was adopted by the 1982 World Assembly on Ageing - and endorsed later that year by the UN General Assembly.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Reception on the occasion of  ‘Year of India’
organized by Queens College of New York at The Consulate of India, New York.  The attendees were: Community Leaders, Faculty
Members and Administration of Queens College, H.E. Honorable Prabhu Dayal, Consul General India and first lady
Mrs. Chandni Dayal and Dr. Rahul Chaturvedi.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Reception Dinner on the occasion of Pace University Collaboration with India.  
Attendees: Pace staff Members, U.S. Congressmen, Pace Faculty, Provost, Dr. Kaushik and H.E. Honorable Prabhu Dayal and
first lady Mrs. Chandni Dayal.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended APPI Convention at the LaGuardia Marriott.  Attendees: All Physicians of Indian Origin and
Shreya Ghoshal, a very renowned Indian Singer of Bollywood who has sung most of the modern Indian songs.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Pakistan Day Parade in Manhattan, New York.  The attendees were: Political Party Leaders
of:  Muslim League (Lead by Nawaz Shariff), MQM (Lead by Altaf Hussain), All Pakistani Muslim League (APML - Lead by General
Parvez Musharraf), Peoples Party (PPP - Lead by Hon. President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari), Pakistan Tehrikey Insaaf (PTI) lead by
world renowned cricketer Imran Khan, Singers: Faqir and others....

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. has been invited to attend and speak at a Medical Conference "Current Concepts in Obesity,
Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Manifestations Conference 2012" at the Aruba Marriott and Stellaris
Casino in Palm Beach Aruba.
Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. will be speaking and presenting on a Medical Topic "ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE", Anurita will be
discussing in detail its history, background, symptoms, treatment, prevention and many more eye openers about
Alzheimers Disease. * Physical Examination * Stages of Alzheimer's Disease * Clinical Guidelines for Diagnosis * Approach
Considerations * Blood Studies * Brain MRI and CT Scanning
* SPECT or PET scanning * Electroencephalography * Lumbar Puncture * Genotyping.

Other medical topics discussions by other Medical Doctors are such as:
“Obesity Metabolic Syndrome” Overview by Dr. Naik, M.D. Program Director
“Obesity and Diabetes- Twin Epidemics”- A Public Health Perspective, by Dr. Alaigh, M.D., MSHCPM, FACP
“Pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus” by Dr. Seshan, MD
“Obesity & Clinical Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus” by Dr. Banerji, MD, FACP
“Obesity and Coronary Artery Disease” by Dr. Monsen, MD, FACC
“Diabetic Mellitus and Nephropathy” by Dr. Rao, MD, FACP
“Surgical Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus II & Obesity” by Dr. Rangaraj, MD, FACS
“Obesity and Dyslipidemics” by Dr. Naik, MD FACC

“Acute Coronary Syndrome” by Dr. Monsen, MD, FACC
“Peripheral Arterial Disease in Diabetes. Morbidity in our Midst” by Dr. Babu, MD, FACS
“Post-Op Complications of Bariatric Surgery” by Dr. Naik, MD
“Management of Refractory Hypertension” by Dr. Buddahadev, MD, FACC
“Arrhythmia in General” by Dr. Chadda, MD
“Chronic Renal Failure and its Implications” by Dr. Rao, MD, FACP
“Primary Prevention. Colonscopy, Mammogram, Pap Smear, Lipid Analysis and Vaccinations” by Dr. Naik, MD, FACP
“Obesity and Sleep Apnea Syndrome” by Dr. Naik, MD FACC
Panel Discussion.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to attended and participated at a Dinner Reception held in the Honor of Honorable Minister Anil Shastri who
is the son of Lal Bahadur Shastri, former Prime Minister of India.  Anurita and Colonel Tivathia sang "Kar Chaley hum fida Jaan aur Tun
saathiyon ab tumharey hawaley watan saathiyon".

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended United Nations Day 2012, New Jersey Observance Working Toward a Peaceful and
Prosperous World at the Senate Chamber in the New Jersey State House in Trenton, New Jersey.
Addresses by:
Maged Abdelaziz, UN Under-Secretary-General and Special Advisor on Africa; former Permanent Representative of Egypt to the
United Nations
Robert Finn, Former US Ambassador to Afghanistan
Welcoming Remarks by:  U.S. Representative Rush D. Holt • State Senator Linda Greenstein
Recognitions:  Model U.N. Programs at New Jersey Secondary Schools and Colleges and Universities
Dr. Kapur also visited Governor Chris Christie at his Trenton, N.J. Office.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended 2 Reception Events in New York honoring Imran Khan, world renowned cricketer of Pakistan.  
Also, he is the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI).  At the Pakistani T.V. Interviews Dr. Anurita Kapur welcomed Imran Khan to
New York and highly praised Imran Khan's efforts for peace work in Pakistan and wished him well in his future endeavors.  
Projects for Pakistan which was very well received by Mr. Khan.  There will be further discussions on her healthcare charity projects for
Pakistan.  These Events were held on August 26, 2012.

Imran Khan Niazi known as Imran Khan is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer. He played international cricket for two decades in
the late twentieth century and, after retiring, entered politics. Besides his political activism, Khan is also a philanthropist, cricket
commentator, Chancellor of the University of Bradford and Founding Chairman Board of Governors of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer
Hospital & Research Centre.

He was Pakistan's most successful cricket captain, leading his country to victory at the 1992 Cricket World Cup, playing for the Pakistani
cricket team from 1971 to 1992, and serving as its captain intermittently throughout 1982–1992.  After retiring from cricket at the end of
the 1987 World Cup in 1988, due to popular public demand he was requested to come back by the president of Pakistan to lead the team
once again. At 39, Khan led his team to Pakistan's first and only World Cup victory in 1992. He has a record of 3807 runs and 362 wickets
in Test cricket, making him one of eight world cricketers to have achieved an 'All-rounder's Triple' in Test matches.  On 14 July 2010,
Khan was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.
In April 1996, Khan founded and became the chairman of a political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice).  He
represented Mianwali as a member of the National Assembly from November 2002 to October 2007.  Foreign Policy magazine described
him as "Pakistan's Ron Paul".  Through worldwide fundraising, he founded the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research
Centre in 1996 and Mianwali's Namal College in 2008.

Khan is featured in the University of Oxford's Hall of Fame and has been an honorary fellow of Oxford's Keble College.
In 1976 as well as 1980, Khan was awarded The Cricket Society Wetherall Award for being the leading all-rounder in English first-class cricket.
In 1983, he was also named Wisden Cricketer of the Year.  In 1983, he had received the president’s Pride of Performance Award
In 1985, Sussex Cricket Society Player of the Year.  In 1990, Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year.
In 1992, Khan was given Pakistan's civil award, the Hilal-i-Imtiaz
On 8 July 2004, Khan was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2004 Asian Jewel Awards in London, for "acting as a figurehead for many
international charities and working passionately and extensively in fund-raising activities.
On 7 December 2005, Khan was appointed the fifth Chancellor of the University of Bradford, where he is also a patron of the Born in Bradford research
project.  On 13 December 2007, Khan received the Humanitarian Award at the Asian Sports Awards in Kuala Lumpur for his efforts in setting up the first
cancer hospital in Pakistan.  On 5 July 2008, he was one of several veteran Asian cricketers presented special silver jubilee awards at the inaugural Asian
cricket Council (ACC) award ceremony in Karachi.  In 2009, at International Cricket Council's centennial year celebration, Khan was one of fifty-five cricketers
inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.  In 2011 he was given Jinnah award.  On 28 July 2012, Imran Khan was awarded an honorary fellowship by the Royal
College of Physicians of Edinburgh in recognition of his services for cancer treatment in Pakistan, through the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital
and Research Centre.
Imran Khan and Dr. Anurita Kapur at the meeting.  Anurita
discussed her Charity Healthcare Projects for Pakistan.


Dr. Anurita Kapur was very ecstatic at the result of the elections.  She wished her best and congratutated President
Barack Obama for his Presidential Re-Election Victory.  She said this is indeed a joyous day for her and for all the hard
work that was put in to the campaign by her.

Honorable Barack Obama, President of the United States of America sent a letter of thanks to Dr. Anurita Kapur on
November 6, 2012 upon his victory for the Presidential elections and being re-elected as the President of the United States of

Dear Anurita,

I'm about to go speak to the crowd here in Chicago, but I wanted to thank you first.

I want you to know that this wasn't fate, and it wasn't an accident. You made this happen.

You organized yourself block by block in many states. You took ownership of this campaign. And when it wasn't easy, you pressed

I will spend the rest of my presidency honoring your support, and doing what I can to finish what we started.

But I want you to take real pride, as I do, in how we got the chance in the first place.

Today is the clearest proof yet that, against the odds, Americans like you can overcome powerful interests.

There's a lot more work to do.

But for right now: Thank you.


Honorable Barack Obama, President of the United States of America sent a letter of thanks to Dr. Anurita Kapur, on
Thursday, September 27, 2012 for all the support and help she has provided for his campaigns.

Dear Anurita,

I want to thank you for all you're doing for this campaign.

If we get to continue this work, it's going to be because of you.

Next week, I'm meeting up with President Clinton on the campaign trail, and we both want to thank you in person.



Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a medical meeting at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in New York to discuss Rural Health Clinics and Hospital in
the United States.  The concepts and procedures discussed by Dr. Kapur were very well received by the attendees.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended a high level medical meeting at the Mandarin Hotel in New York City to discuss Rural Health Clinics and
Hospitals in the United States and Globally.  The presentation of the concepts and procedures by Dr. Kapur were very well received
by the attendees.  

Anurita's name has been unanimously nominated for three Awards in India.

* Dr. Anurita Kapur is nominated to receive
HIND RATAN AWARD (Jewel of India Award) in New Delhi, India.
* Dr. Anurita Kapur is also nominated to receive
* Dr. Anurita Kapur is nominated to receive

Dr. Anurita Kapur has been invited to and she will be attending 2013 Ambassadors Inaugural Ball -
A Tribute to President Barack Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama in Washington, D.C.
This event will be held following the Inaugural activities. Representatives from nearly 200 nations will converge on
Washington, DC to commemorate the re-election of the 44th President of the United States of America, President Barack
Obama and reaffirm their strong diplomatic ties to the United States at this historic event.  Some of the VVIP's
participation is welcomed as one of the premier sponsors. Ball proceeds will support various domestic and international
non-profit organizations, working diligently to make a difference in the lives of people in need and training the next
generation of global leaders.

Dr. Anurita Kapur's name has been unanimously nominated and selected to join the Women's Committee for Bill
De Blasio.  Dr. Kapur has graciously accepted it.  As a Women's Committee Member, Dr. Kapur is supporting
Bill De Blasio's causes for Women and Children.

Warren Wilhelm "Bill" de Blasio is a New York City elected official, holding the citywide office of New York City Public Advocate,
which serves as an ombudsman between the electorate and the city government. He formerly served as a New York City Council
member representing the 39th District in Brooklyn (Borough Park, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, Kensington, Park Slope,
and Windsor Terrace).

As New York City Council, De Blasio was then elected to the New York City Council in 2001, and was subsequently re-elected in
2003 and 2005 to represent District 39, which includes the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Borough Park, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill,
Gowanus, Kensington, Park Slope, and Windsor Terrace. In the Council, de Blasio chaired the Committee on General Welfare and is
a member of the Education, Environmental Protection, Finance, and Technology in Government Committees.

He served the New York City School Board, In 1999, he was elected a member of Community School Board 15.

He also served, Clinton Administration/2000 Senate Campaign in 1997, he was appointed to serve as the Regional Director for the
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for New York and New Jersey under the administration of President Bill
Clinton. As the tri-state region’s highest-ranking HUD official, de Blasio increased federal funding for affordable and senior-citizen
housing.  He was tapped to serve as campaign manager for Hillary Rodham Clinton's successful United States Senate bid in 2000.
He was with David Dinkins Mayoral Administration, De Blasio's introduction to City politics came during David Dinkins' 1989 Mayoral
campaign, for which he was a Volunteer Coordinator.  Following the campaign, de Blasio served as an aide in City Hall.

He served in 2009 the Campaign for Public Advocate.  In November 2008, he announced his candidacy for Public Advocate, entering
a crowded field of candidates vying for the Democratic nomination which included former Public Advocate Mark J. Green. The New
York Times endorsed de Blasio in an editorial published during the primary, praising his efforts to improve public schools and
“many less-fortunate New Yorkers with food stamps, housing, and children's health” as a Council member. The editorial went on to
declare de Blasio the best candidate for the job “because he has shown that he can work well with Mayor Bloomberg when it makes
sense to do so while vehemently and eloquently opposing him when justified”.  On September 15, 2009, de Blasio came in first in
the Democratic primary, garnering 33% of the vote.  On September 15, 2009, he came in first in the Democratic primary with 33% of
the vote, and then won the run-off election on September 29, 2009 with 62%. His candidacy was endorsed by then Public Advocate
Betsy Gotbaum, former Mayor Ed Koch, former Governor Mario Cuomo, and Reverend Al Sharpton. On November 3, 2009, he
defeated Republican Alex Zablocki with 77% of the vote in the general election.

Dr. Anurita Kapur is an Advisory Board Member for Global Bioethics Init.  Dr. Kapur invites everyone to attend the
high level panel discussion
"Crimes of 21st Century: Organ Trafficking, Global Health and Security" at the
U.N. Headquarters, co-sponsored by the UN Mission of the Republic of Serbia.  Followed by a cocktail reception at
the Turkish Mission.
Colonel Manoj Tiwari, Military Attache at Permanent Mission of India and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Ambassador of China, Permanent Representative of China at the
Chinese Mission to the United Nations in New York

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended Meet and Greet the Ambassador of China at the Chinese Mission to the
United Nations.  Followed by a dinner reception at the Chinese Mission in Manhattan, New York in 2012.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an event by PACOLLI at the La Guardia Marriott in New York in 2012.
The event was inauguration and speeches by:
Hon. Ambassador Shehrbano "Sherry" Rehman is a Pakistani politician, political journalist and diplomat in Washington, D.C..  
A political appointee of the previous government and a close aide of Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, Rehman came to
Washington at the time when the US-Pak relationship was at its lowest ebb in post 9/11.  Rehman had succeeded in reviving the
US-Pak relationship. It was one of the rare occasions when both the Indian and Pakistan Ambassadors to the US were
women.Rehman is a member of the Pakistan People's Party Parliamentarians (PPPP).  She served as an Member of the National
Assembly (MNA) from 2002 to 2007, where she acted as Central Information Secretary. During this time, she was also President of
Policy Planning for the PPPP and served on the party's Foreign Relations Committee.  Rehman was re-appointed by declaration as
MNA for Sindh province to the reserved MNA seat for women. Prime Minister Yusuf Gilani appointed her Minister for Information
and Broadcasting, and on 31 March 2008 she was sworn in by President General Pervez Musharraf.  

Hon. Ambassador Faqir Syed Asif Hussain is Consul General of Pakistan at the Consulate General, New York since November
08, 2010.  Mr. Asif is a career diplomat and has an experience of both multilateral and bilateral diplomacy. He has worked as
Director in Afghanistan and Economic Coordination (Afgh & ECO) Division and South Asia Division and as Desk Officer in Middle
East Division in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad. Prior to his present assignment he has served in the Permanent Mission
of Pakistan to the United Nations, New York, Pakistan High Commission in Bangladesh and the Embassies of Pakistan in Egypt,
Bahrain and Washington D.C.  Mr. Asif has represented Pakistan in several international and regional conferences and meetings.  
He is a graduate of the Government College, Lahore (University) and the Punjab University Law College, Lahore.

Mr. Sahebzada Ahmed Khan, Minister-I, Fifth Committee/Head of Chancery at the Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the
United Nations in New York.

Mr. Mian Jehangir Iqbal, Minister of Press at the Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations in New York.

Celebrity Champion Boxer Amir Iqbal Khan an English professional boxer. He is a former two-time world champion by winning
WBA, WBA (Super) and IBF Light Welterweight titles.  He previously boxed in the lightweight division, where he held the
Commonwealth, WBO Inter-Continental, and WBA International titles.  Khan is the youngest British Olympic boxing medalist,
winning silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics at the age of 17. He is also one of the youngest British world champions ever, winning
the WBA Light Welterweight title at age 22, and the second British Pakistani boxing world champion, after Jawaid Khaliq.

Fariha Pervez a famous Ghazal singer.

Attendees: Pakistani American Community, Dignitaries, medical doctors and other professionals.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a dinner meeting with Politicians: Honorable Najma Heptullah and
Hon. Annu Tandon along with other dignitaries.
(1) Hon. Najma Heptulla is the former candidate who was going to be President of India. Dr. Najma Heptulla is vice president
of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), an Indian politician and was a Rajya Sabha member from Rajasthan from July 2004 to
July 2010.  She was nominated by the BJP for the upper house in 2012 from Madhya Pradesh, and assumed her office on 24
April 2012.  She steadily climbed up in the Indian National Congress party, heading several divisions of the party's grassroots
organizations.  She was the General Secretary of Congress during 1986 with the additional responsibility of youth activities of
the All India Congress Committee and the NSUI.  Since 1980, she has been a member of the Rajya Sabha from Maharashtra
for four terms at 1980, 1986, 1992, 1998 as Congress candidate.  Najma was the Deputy Chairperson of the Rajya Sabha from
January 1985 to January 1986 and from 1988 to July 2004.

Heptulla was nominated to head the Indian Council of Cultural Affairs. She also presided over the women parliamentarians'
group of the Inter-Parliamentary Union in 1993 and became founder president of the parliamentarians' forum for human
development the same year. She was also elected President of Inter-Parliamentary Union, a post which she held from 16
October 1999 to 27 September 2002. Heptulla was nominated by the United Nations Development Programme as its human
development ambassador. Heptulla led a delegation to the UN Commission on Status of Women in 1997.

Heptulla has authored book on AIDS titled "AIDS: Approaches to Prevention". She has also written on human social security,
sustainable development, environment, reforms for women and on ties between India and west Asia.

Heptulla joined Bharatiya Janata Party in 2004.  Media sources reported that she left the Congress apparently due to a strain in
relationship.  She declared that she was leaving the party due to the problems with party leadership.

She is the grand-niece of
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, a prominent Indian freedom fighter, a strong proponent of united India,
and its first Minister of Education after Independence.  She is also a second cousin to prominent Indian actor
Aamir Khan who
recently acted in the Movie:
Dhoom 3 (the movie is said to have broken the record of any other movie it has made a profit of
Rs 500 crores
.  She contested the 13th Vice-Presidential Elections held in August 2007 but lost to Hamid Ansari in the by 233

Infact, Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) is named after him.  The Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) is a government medical
college in Delhi affiliated to University of Delhi.  It is named after Indian freedom fighter and first education minister of independent
India Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. It is located at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi.  The history of Maulana Azad Medical College,
could be traced to 1936, when India was being ruled by the British. Indian Medical Service at that time was heavily manned by the
British. In 1940, Col. Martin Melvin Curickshank of the Indian Medical Service (IMS) [a British national], was appointed Medical
Superintendent Irwin Hospital and Chief Medical Officer of New Delhi. He was appointed specifically to establish a medical
college complex near Ramlila Ground.

But before his plans could come to fruition, the Second world war started in 1939, and the plan of a new medical college had to be
dropped. During Second World War some barracks were rapidly constructed near Safdarjung's tomb to establish a medical center for
American Troops fighting in this region. This hospital was well equipped with x-ray machine, laboratory and other facilities for various
emergency procedures. After the Second World War was over America handed over this place to Government of India. This place,
where the present Safdarjung Hospital exists was to be taken over as an extension of Irwin Hospital. Later CGHS took over this place
directly to be run by Central Health Ministry.  Today the grave of Mughal era poet, Momin lies near the parking the college.  
Entry to this institute is highly competitive, with admission offered to less than the top 1% of applicants. The medical college entrance
examination for MAMC was through a common pre-medical test (Delhi University Medical Entrance Test, DUMET) till 2012, conducted
by the University of Delhi for all its affiliated medical schools.  Notable faculty and Alumni of MAMC are a significant percentage of its
alumni are currently working in the United States
(more than 20% graduates including Dr. Anurita Kapur's husband who is a highly
successful doctor in the U.S. he is a practicing Pediatrician, Neonatalogist & Perinatologist in the U.S.
United Kingdom (almost 20% graduates) and other countries (Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Middle East etc.), and many others in
India.  MAMC is one of India's premier medical colleges and consistently ranked amongst the top 5 medical colleges in the country.
The college has the following hospitals attached to it: (1) Lok Nayak Hospital, (2) Govind Ballabh Pant Hospital, (3) Guru Nanak Eye
Centre,(4) Sushruta Trauma Centre, (5) Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya.  The hospitals have a combined bed strength of more than
2400 beds (with further expansion underway) and cater to a population of more than 20 million people in Delhi alone and many more
from the surrounding states in north India. The college is a tertiary care referral center and has teaching programs for
graduation/medical school, post graduation/residency and subspecialities/fellowships (referred to as super-specialities in India).
Synapse is the inter college literary, cultural and sports festival which is held every year under the aegis of AMA (Azad Medicos
Association).  Awaited by hundreds, it attracts Medical fraternity from all over India. Usually held in the latter half of the year, this week
long festival is the epitome of camaraderie and bonhomie among medical students and provides them with the perfect platform to
showcase their creative pursuits. On the final day, mesmerising performances by eminent musicians conclude the festival perfectly
leaving a sense of euphoria which ultimately blends with the anticipation of next year’s Synapse.

(2) Hon. Annu Tandon is an Indian politician. She is an MP in the 15th Lok Sabha from Unnao, Uttar Pradesh with the Indian
National Congress party.  Tandon is the founder director of the Hriday Narain Dhawan Charitable Trust, which has been
active in philanthropy in the district since before 2000.  She was also associated with Rehabilitation wing of the Congress
party.  She was earlier managing MoTech Software Pvt. Ltd, a firm launched by
Mukesh Ambani, and also ran Salonica
Vasans, a textile export firm.  She is the widow to Late Sandeep Tandon, who was a top liaison executive of Reliance
Industries Ltd. Before joining Reliance in 1994, he was with the Indian Revenue Service.  As an officer of the Enforcement
Directorate, Tandon had investigated foreign front companies floated by Reliance, and also conducted a raid on the house
of Tina Ambani.  Her entire family has close connections with Mukesh Ambani, two of their sons also being employees of
Reliance.  She had declared assets of 41 crores (USD 10 million) in the 2009 election declarations.

Who is Ambani?  Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani is an Indian business magnate who is the Chairman, Managing Director and largest
shareholder of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), a Fortune Global 500 company and India's second most valuable company by market
value.  He holds a 44.7 % stake in the company.  He is the elder son of the late
Dhirubhai Ambani and the brother of Anil Ambani.  RIL
deals mainly in refining, petrochemical and in oil & gas sectors. Reliance Retail Ltd., another subsidiary, is the largest retailer in India.

In 2013, he ranked "37 in the list of "The World's Most Powerful People List - Forbes and in "2010, he was included in Forbes's list of
"68 people who matter most".  As of 2013, he is India's richest man and second richest man in Asia.  Ambani is listed as the 22nd
richest person in the world with a personal wealth of $21.5 billion. He has retained his position as the India's richest person for the
sixth year in a row.   Through Reliance, he also owns the Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians. In 2012, Forbes named him
as one of the richest sports owners in the world.

He has served on the board of directors of Bank of America Corporation and the international advisory board of the Council on
Foreign Relations. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, one of the leading business
schools in India.
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H.E. Ambassador Ahmad Kamal, Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S., H.E. Ambassador Pedro Nunez Mosquera, Permanent Representative
of Cuba to the United Nations in New York, Mrs. Mosquera and Dr. Anurita Kapur

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and attended diplomacy discussions on government policies and healthcare
on May 1, 2012.
The attendees were:  His Excellency Ambassador Ahmad Kamal and
His Excellency, Ambassador Pedro Núñez Mosquera, Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations.
Pedro J. Nuñez Mosquera was appointed Ambassador of Cuba to the United Nations on September 11, 2009.

From 2004 until his new appointment, Núnez Mosquera was Ambassador to Brazil. He served as Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs between
2000 and 2003, and was Director of the Foreign Ministry’s Division for Latin America and the Caribbean from 1998 to 2000. In a previous posting
to New York, Núnez Mosquera served as Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations from 1995 to 1998. He was Ambassador to
Zimbabwe in 1994 and 1995; accredited also to Botswana and Mauritius.

Between 1992 and 1994, Núnez Mosquera was Director of the Foreign Ministry’s Multilateral Affairs Division, and served as Deputy Director of
the Non-Aligned Countries Division from 1989 to 1992. His earliest experiences with the United Nations were as a Counsellor in New York from
1986 to 1988, and as Second and then First Secretary in Geneva from 1981 to 1986. He joined the Foreign Ministry in 1975, and worked in the
International Organizations Division there until 1981.

In addition to a bachelor’s degree from Cuba’s Higher Institute of International Relations, Núnez Mosquera holds a doctorate in political
sciences and a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Havana.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and attended participated on World Fair Celebration. Hosted by UNA-USA-UNF on
May 2, 2012 at the Ramapo College in New Jersey.  Attended by Faculty and student body and many other Worldwide
Organizations and their Members.

Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. invited to and attended diplomacy discussions.  The attendees were:
His Excellency Ambassador Ahmad Kamal and
His Excellency, Ambassador Vrailas, Permanent Mission of Greece to the United Nations.

Vrailis became Deputy Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations in July 2011. His first assignment was the
Department of European Community affairs, dealing with relations between the European Community and the Mediterranean countries. He was
second to the Permanent Representation of Greece to the European Commission during the Greek Presidency in 1988 as national
representative in the Mediterranean Working Group.

From 1989 to 1991, Vrailas was the assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Afterwards, he moved to the Permanent Mission of Greece to the
UN, where he covered mainly Security Council issues and was the Mission’s coordinator during the Greek Presidency in 1994.

From 1996 to 1999, he was the Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of Greece in Tehran. Upon his return to Athens, he was appointed
European Correspondent, a position, which he held until January 2004, including during the Greek Presidency in the first semester of 2003.

Vrailas continued to cover the Common Foreign and Security policy and the European Security and Defense policy affairs in Brussels from
2004 to 2008, where he was Deputy Representative to the Political and Security Committee, as well as Representative to the Political-Military
Group. Subsequently, he was appointed Chief Coordinator of the Greek Permanent Representation to the European Union for external relations
and all other COREPER II issues from 2008 until 2009.

In August 2009, he was appointed Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of Greece in Washington, until July 2011.
Dr. Murphy and Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Vrailas, Permanent Mission of Greece to the United
Nations and Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Ahmad Kamal, Permanent Representative of Pakistan
and Dr. Anurita Kapur
Dean of FDU
At Dinner with the high-level dignitaries present at the Event.