Chandigarh: ‘The India Korea Golf Meet’ will be held at Gurugram in Harayana on July 19 to develop better business relations with Korean Investors through the game. CEOs of 25 top Korean companies and representatives of Korean embassy, along with Secretaries from the Centre and departments of the state government, will participate in the event. Usually seminars and conferences are organised for developing business relations but promoting Korean investment through golf is innovative and out of box idea of the Haryana government. Invest India, a national investment promotion and facilitation agency and Haryana government are the organisers of this unique event Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity!Additional Chief Secretary, Industries and Commerce, Devender Singh said that the India Korea Golf Meet is a unique opportunity for Korean companies to engage with the Haryana government regarding their interests and issues over an engaging game of golf. He said that Invest India, Korea Plus, Korean International Trade Association and Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre are associates in organising this unique ‘Golf Meet’. ‘Korea Plus’ is the gateway for Korean investors in India. It acts as a one-stop agency for Korean investors and works closely with the embassies, central and state governments, industrial associations and corporates to generate leads and facilitate Korean investments. The team provides business advisory and facilitation to more than a hundred Korean companies in a span of just two years of its existence. Korea Plus not only gives facts-based inputs for decision-making but also provides handholding facilitation support to execute Korean investments.
New Delhi: In a bid to curb the menace of missing children in the city, the Delhi Police has passed revised instructions to senior officers related to the procedure which should be followed on receipt of information about missing children. Police sources told Millennium Post that in June this year the instructions were passed.Senior police officers were told that whenever any information regarding missing person or child is received by SHO or any other staff deployed at the police station through fax, e-mail, SMS, WhatsApp or any other social media platform, he or she shall immediately record the same in the daily diary of the police station. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderSources further said that as soon as information or complaint about a missing child is received, necessary steps of his or her recovery need to be taken immediately. “Whenever the police come across a child who is unable to provide information regarding his or her parents and address, a case of kidnapping shall be registered,” sources said adding that social media should be scanned during investigation procedure. According to police sources, the order further says ACP shall ensure that SHO has registered FIR within 24 hours. As soon as information or complaint about a missing child is received, the necessary steps for his/her recovery need to be taken immediately. The first 15 days and especially first 48 hours from the date of receipt of information/complaint about the missing of a child are very crucial. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchings”The inspector (investigation) will maintain a complete record of various efforts made by him/IOs to trace the missing children/persons. “It should be monitored/reviewed by SHO on a weekly basis and ACP on a fortnightly basis and they shall issue timely instructions and also provide concerned officers,” sources said quoting instructions. Sources further told this newspaper during the investigation of the missing case, the relevant provisions of JJ ACT should be kept in mind while questioning children less than 18 years of age. “In order to ensure that all requisite steps of investigation in the case of missing children/person are taken, a checklist for convenience of IOs has been prepared. The investigation officers shall use the same as index while proceeding in such matters.