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#Disheartened #Oviya #SpreadLove — STR (@iam_str) July 21, such as women, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 12, leaving behind the predictions and guesses, How long does a political worker, This year also marks the 50th anniversary of her performance at the UN.s pulled out of such a hopeless situation with love and care, says Walia While The Life I Left Behind will be screened for the community at various forumsthe director is looking to sending it to film festivals where Hope is the theme For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | New Delhi | Published: August 10 2012 1:15 am Top News Going strictly by the number of billboards of property agents and contractorsEast Delhis Kondli Gharoli could be the hottest destination for people seeking flats on rent This is one place where mostly single-bedroom flats have been allotted under the Delhi Development Authoritys (DDA) 2010 housing scheme But these housesapproximately 450 square feethave already been refitted with additional wings and roomswhile many of them are rented out But the DDA said no case of property agents working out of the housing complex has come to its notice They may be owners or allottees of the flats?party workers will stage demonstration outside his office and residence day and night, Bajpai said He said that the BJP will declare Lok Sabha candidates in the meantime and campaigning will start for them before December For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad | Published: September 26 2013 5:59 am Related News The Gujarat High Court (HC) has prima facie taken a view that the charges of caste-based atrocity levelled against an officer of the Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) in Gandhinagar with reference to the suicide of a Dalit clerk earlier this month are not applicable The court observed this while acting on a quashing petition moved by one of the three accused officers in the case Based on a complaint lodged by the brother of the deceasedthe officer and two others had been booked for abetment to suicide by Gandhinagar police under the provisions of the IPC and Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocity) Actcommonly known as the Atrocity Act Naresh Chavdaa clerk with the GIDChad committed suicide by consuming insecticide on September 2 in Udyog Bhavan Nareshs brotherRajuhad lodged a complaintaccusing three officers for the suicide of his brother The police registered an FIR against them In his FIRRaju named the three officers as PathakVijay Shah and Samir Vakil Issuing notices to state government and Rajuthe court has posted the matter for further hearing on October 10 PARIMAL DABHI For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: February 7 2014 1:48 am Related News Former IAS officer M P Bezbaruah who will head a committee to look into the concerns of people from Northeastern states living in metropolitan cities said the panel would take into consideration the “other view” and try to understand how “Delhi and other cities see the people of Northeast” The committee was constituted by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) after Nido Taniam a 19-year-old student from Arunachal Pradesh died after being allegedly assaulted by shopkeepers in Southeast Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar This is the first time such a committee is being constituted by the ministry Bezbaruah who is also a member of the North Eastern Council (NEC) said “We will contact all those people from Northeastern states who have been affected and also consider the views of various organisations and think-tanks before reaching any conclusion It will be particularly interesting to see how the Delhi Police and Delhi administration look at these issues I have served in the Northeast for 50 years and will try to do justice to it” The committee will have former IAS officers H W T Syeim Allen Temshi Jamir Tape Bagra and P Bharat Singh as members and MHA deputy secretary S Saha as member-secretary The panel will submit a report within two months after examining the causes behind the complaints of attacks/violence and discrimination against people from the Northeast AICC general secretary in-charge for Northeastern states Luizinho Faleiro who led a delegation to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said Rahul not only wanted to ensure justice in the case of Taniam but also address the issue of discrimination against people from the Northeast The meeting at Rahul’s residence was attended by Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde It discussed steps to end harassment of people from the region Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police Robin Hibu who hails from Arunachal Pradesh has also been asked to assist the panel For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 14 2013 3:39 am Related News Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited disconnected power supply to the Hindustan Antibiotics (HA) on Wednesday for non-payment of Rs 310 crore dues Confirming the developmentan MSEDCL official said the supply of electricity to the antibiotic company was cut off at around 5 pm as it had failed to pay bills for the past one year Unable to pay the billsthe company had approached deputy chief minister Ajit Pawarwho also handles power portfolio requesting him to intervene Pawar had reportedly asked the company to pay at least the bill for last month Howeverthe company failed to pay the same “The power supply to the company and the adjacent HA colony has been disconnected Howeverthis will not affect production as the company has alternative power arrangement Tomorrow we will again meet Ajit Pawar and request him to restore the power supply” said Arun Boradegeneral secretary of HAL workers union For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: July 17 2015 12:25 am Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that ‘states cannot indefinitely wait for… consensus’ Related News After Wednesday’s Niti Aayog meeting on the land acquisition act amendments Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that “states cannot indefinitely wait for… consensus” and that some of them want to enact their own land laws to spur development which the Centre would approve Indeed Article 254 (2) of the Constitution makes room for states to pass legislation that does not conform with Union laws on concurrent list subjects — such as land acquisition — as long as such legislation is then approved by the president This was the route that Rajasthan used to amend three Central labour laws last year By signalling its willingness to lob the ball in the states’ court and let them take charge of the desperately needed reforms in land acquisition the Central government has been pragmatic and politically expedient Share This Article Related Article Indeed it has already expended significant political capital and turned the land acquisition amendments into a shrill and divisive prestige issue The boycott of the Niti Aayog meeting by the chief ministers of most opposition-ruled states is just the tip of the iceberg In a year that saw rising rural and agricultural distress this has diminished its elbow room to effect painful though necessary subsidy reform Its space for manoeuvre in Parliament and ability to bring other key reforms has also shrunk Perhaps letting the states pilot the amendments may be the best way out Certainly if just the BJP-ruled states as well as Andhra Pradesh and Telangana which seem sympathetic to the amendments change their laws approximately 50 per cent of the country by land area and GDP would be covered But some questions still remain that have not been addressed by simply kicking the can down to the states While the BJP’s proposed amendments rightly aim to limit social impact assessments the diluting of consent requirement for certain categories of projects is likely to prove troublesome when actual acquisition happens on the ground Also the logic that such dilution would help speed up construction of schools hospitals roads and irrigation projects isn’t really convincing as these are mostly carried out by the government And government projects in any case do not require consent under the 2013 law The prime minister also acknowledged this in his Mann ki Baat on March 22: the “2013 [law] has no provision for consent in schemes for which the government is acquiring land” So while the social impact assessment requirement may be a genuine problem for such projects consent is unlikely to be Even though the governments of most BJP-majority states may not have to deal with a questioning opposition in the assembly the ultimate test will be electoral rather than a matter of political management or a numbers game in the legislatures For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Paris | Published: November 30 2016 4:22 pm Pirelli on Tuesday unveiled the 2017 edition of its famed calendar Top News Pirelli on Tuesday unveiled the 2017 edition of its famed calendar which sees photographer Peter Lindbergh mature beyond snaps of semi-nude models and set his lens on Hollywood The calendar entitled “Emotional” and launched in Paris stars 14 Oscar-winning actresses featured in black-and-white close up in clothed poses with invisible make-up The photos while beautiful show wrinkles lines and imperfections It’s a dramatic move away from decades of risque shots that made the calendar produced by the Italian tire manufacturer one of the most recognizable in the world A roll call of A-listers including Charlotte Rampling Uma Thurman Helen Mirren Nicole Kidman Lea Seydoux Alicia Vikander Kate Winslet Julianne Moore Robin Wright Lupita Nyong’o Rooney Mara Zhang Ziyi and Jessica Chastain all agreed to go near-makeup-free for the grown-up shoots Speaking about his artistic choices the German photographer said that he’s “not so fond of high heels and bikinis” and wanted to capture the nakedness in the soul of the calendars stars not their bodies “In a time when women are represented in the media (as) perfection and truth I thought it was important to remind people that there is a different beauty” Lindbergh said Mirren 71 noted that the calendar’s move toward less sexualized images of women _ begun in last year’s edition by Annie Leibovitz _ marks “undoubtedly a cultural shift a real opening up and a big change” The 49-year-old Kidman added that the choice to forgo makeup and proudly look your age projects a good example of what natural beauty should be “(It shows that) the courage to be yourself is the epitome of confidence and power” she said adding that “my husband (singer Keith Urban) totally prefers me without makeup on” Thurman with short swept-back dark hair said that Lindbergh’s vision was “beautiful … wanting to free women from repressive and false standards” Kidman Thurman Mirren and Rampling joined other celebrities at the gala launch of the Pirelli 2017 calendar Tuesday evening at director Luc Besson’s Cite du Cinema in Saint Denis one of Europe’s most important film studios For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 1 2014 12:02 am Related News The completion of the Zangmu dam on the Tibetan Plateau has revived the debate over the ecological impact of damming the Brahmaputra China has argued that Zangmu is a run-of-the-river project on the Yarlung Zangbo — the Brahmaputra in India — which will not have any impact downstream But many in India aren’t convinced because of China’s refusal to be open about its dams despite the the two nations setting up an expert-level mechanism in 2007 to share river flow data and signing a bilateral agreement last year to provide information on dams on the Brahmaputra New Delhi must move beyond a bilateral approach and convince Beijing of the need for a transnational body with representatives from Bangladesh and Bhutan as well to monitor and develop the Brahmaputra basin in a comprehensive and transparent manner Reportedly China plans to construct a series of dams on the upper reaches of the Brahmaputra There is concern that so many dams would reduce the flow into India and upset the flood patterns of the Brahmaputra India’s response to Chinese dam building has been to propose over 150 hydro-power projects in Arunachal and Assam Studies have revealed that water availability in the Brahmaputra has declined in recent decades while reports suggest that China has plans to transfer huge volumes of water from rivers in Tibet to the water-scarce Yellow River basin Communities living in the Brahmaputra basin have over the centuries adapted to the ebb and flow of this gigantic river Any radical change in its flow would have a catastrophic impact on lives and livelihoods in the Northeast and Bangladesh Water could become a source of great conflict in the Himalayan region in the absence of careful planning Unsustainable exploitation of the Brahmaputra could trigger major ecological changes in the seismically sensitive region Indeed nations need water and power but river management is about more than mere dam building Institutional mechanisms that would ensure more transparency in river basin management could help build trust among countries and facilitate the development of this large region which includes some of the poorest people in the world There is a need to go beyond the narrow nationalist approach For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppWritten by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Published: February 20 2017 5:30 am In Sector 37 Chandigarh on Sunday Sahil Walia Top News THE CHANDIGARH Administration may have plans for creating 600 bicycle-sharing points in the city as an alternative transport system where people can take a bicycle to commute from one point to another But the question is: Is the city cycle-friendly The cycle tracks in Chandigarh are in a deplorable condition While the onus of constructing new cycle tracks lies with the UT engineering wing the repair of the existing ones falls within the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporation According to the Chandigarh Smart City Limited which has called for an expression of interest for the proposal there will be 10000 cycles at 600 stations The proposal mentions that the bicycle sharing system should cover the entire city to ensure and promote use of bicycle as a practical and easy way to use alternative transport system Watch what else is making news: These bicycle-sharing points will be introduced at Sector 17 Plaza Panjab University Sukhna Lake Rose Garden PGI and other busy places in the city Only those companies are eligible to apply that have a prior experience in setting up and operating at least one such bicycle-sharing system with 500 bicycles for a minimum of three years The conditions also state that business should currently be in operation and have a current annual turnover of Rs 20 crore or more The companies will give a presentation The expression of interest has to be sent by February 22 Chandigarh was planned in way to suit cyclists and it has a cycle track spread on over 70 km across all sectors but unfortunately a large number of tracks are poorly maintained One can find garbage dumped at the cycle tracks At other places the cycle tracks are being used for parking by autorickshaw or cab drivers Manoj Kumar a resident of Sector 21 says “These cycle tracks end at the roundabouts merging with heavy moving traffic which makes it risky for cyclists Moreover people here don’t care for cyclists Nobody gives way to them and vehicles drive by at a high speed” Cyclists maintain that using cycle tracks becomes difficult as they find garbage lying all over The condition of cycle tracks is worse in sectors 20 18 19 21 22 23 24 27 29 36 and 37 The tracks which were laid for the safety of bicycle riders have turned perilous Amit a Sector 36 resident who cycles in the morning says “The tracks need proper carpeting with streetlights and separation at rotaries Large potholes are there and one finds it difficult to ride there” He adds “Moreover there is always a fear of being rammed by a four-wheeler anytime The administration needs to create awareness first and only then can things work” Failed proposal To promote cycling in the city the administration mooted various proposals but they could not see the light of day In 2013 and 2014 the authorities were planning to introduce a facility to rent bicycles called the “park and ride” facility The administration was also contemplating rolling out a bicycle-sharing scheme in the city in 2015 However the project could not materialise as the company concerned did not agree to the terms and conditions of the municipal corporation The plan was then dropped by the officials Sources said that in the new plan the cycles are likely to be given after taking adequate ID proofs and people may drop the cycle after they reach their destination at the other cycle point There will be proper security arrangements and coordination among all points to avoid loss damage and other theft incidents Master Plan Chandigarh Master Plan 2031 has laid a lot of stress on making the city a pedestrian- and cycle-friendly city for which several recommendations have been made It has been proposed to revive V-7 roads About 70 kms of cycle track network has been proposed across V-2 and V-3 roads The existing cycle tracks along V-3 roads will be improved and provided proper integration along with zebra crossing near the intersection A total of 11 longitudinal green belts have been earmarked which are to be developed as green corridors both for pedestrians and cyclists Issue discussed in the House The issue of cycle tracks was discussed in the budget meeting of the House as well The Municipal Corporation budget has a focus on cycle tracks For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News This is a response to the four-year undergraduate programme and how it is going to benefit students, Director (South Campus) Umesh Rai said The university has made arrangements for both online and offline registrations The office of Dean Students Welfare advises candidates to make best use of online facilitywhich is available 24 hours This will help save applicants time and money? 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