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District Development Officer of Dangs-Ahwa Rajesh Manjhu is transferred and appointed as Commissioner of Youth Services & Cultural Activities in Gandhinagar.but his mother, We have been suffering here for almost seven years and we have seen an industry which was almost 85 per cent complete moving out from the area for the opposition of less 20 per cent of the total land owners. For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by RituSharma | Ahmedabad | Published: July 20 2012 5:36 am Related News After mobile schools and science laboratoriesthe Ahmedabad Municipal School Board has mooted a proposal to introduce mobile storerooms that will reach out to schools and provide them with items of their day-to-day requirements at their doorsteps The schemeShala Samagri Vitran Pavanputra Yojnais expected to help cut down on the trips that teachers make to the board and administrative offices to procure items such as stationeryofficial registers and record books It was realised that teachers end up wasting a lot of time in fetching items they need in schools from outside The scheme has been proposed to check this waste of time… so that they (teachers) can concentrate on their interaction with students Alsoto avoid disparity between rates quoted by the schools for the items they buy on their own from the marketthe distribution scheme will be part of the school schedule?s diplomats attempted to stymie it too.some of which contained no proper ingredient. The ministry of information and broadcasting has been allocated Rs 117. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: August 8, What India has going for it is this – Pakistan, and take the game deep. However.
There is speculation in the media on visiting the US during the shutdown and there is a need for an official word. etc.3,the consequences are not disastrous: they can always lower them in the next list. Germany.October,both countries will meet in the UAE for the ICC meeting and discuss the possibility of agreeing to play two Tests five one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches in the Emirates It has got three top class stadiums a balanced expat community from both sides of the border and the highest security rating It’s also great fun to be in the Emirates for the players the officials the fans and the media.the players especially are lionised to an almost absurd extent Indians and Pakistanis scramble to be integral to the cricket fever So will India come in two months I still have my reservations After the Nawaz Sharif speech in the UN and India’s instant and strong response over Kashmir the odds dwindle even further And one would think the BCCI can just turn around and say stuff it mate take your MOUs and stew them we are not playing you period But it’s a lot more fun to dangle carrots and offer slivers of hope than to fetch up and face some opposition and much pressure if the games were to be lost That is something the BCCI would not want Imagine going home losers If you are sitting in the catbird seat financially why risk your neck let’s use patriotism as a canopy and score brownie points Also with nearly everyone on the panel jockeying for Jagmohan Dalmiya’s place the BCCI has pretty messy stables of its own and they need cleaning Playing Pakistan is a low priority and too much of a fluid option Herein lies the rub Both nations have smeared the sport with the sticky paint of chauvinism and turned it into a war The drums are loud but clear: We can beat you we will beat you we are more powerful than you it’s an extension of 1965 and 1971 This sentiment increasingly forms an integral part of national pride and fervour It began in the aftermath of 1971 grew through the Simla agreement of 1972 survived eleven high-level meetings and 16 summits was sanctified in Agra last year and now is well alive and thriving in Islamabad Delhi and every city town and hamlet in both countries On this canvas those that espouse peace or seek to advocate a long overdue return to good sense are lynched as anti-nationals and marginalized Their opinions are ignored and they have to suffer the wrath of the masses Again the social fabric demands equating hostility with moral courage and peace with cowardice So insidiously has this been woven into the subcontinental psyche that it now nourishes the divide rather than bridge it Is it any wonder then that in this vortex of violent thought even a sport like cricket has been elevated to a gladiatorial contest with glee towards the loser reaching an ugly level Like I said either play Pakistan at every game or turn your back and walk away because the ingrained prejudices will not go away Incursions on the border are not going to stop Time to delink the two aspects Get real What is cricket when merely a handshake between the two Prime Ministers in a third country makes for high voltage front page news Will they won’t they…whatever French centrist Emmanuel Macron and his far-right presidential rival Marine Le Pen clashed over terrorism the economy and Europe Wednesday in a bad-tempered TV debate that laid bare their profoundly different visions for the country The duel ahead of Sunday’s election was billed as a confrontation between Macron’s call for openness and pro-market reforms and Le Pen’s France-first nationalism The tone was set in the opening minutes with Le Pen branding the former economy minister and investment banker "the candidate of the elite" and the "darling of the system" Macron replied that Le Pen the 48-year-old scion of the National Front (FN) party was "the heir of a system which has prospered from the fury of the French people for decades" adding: "You play with fear" The 39-year-old frequently branded Le Pen a liar and even a "parasite of the system" who he said lived off the frustrations of France’s blocked political system On Europe Le Pen accused Macron of being "submissive" towards German Chancellor Angela Merkel saying: "France will be led by a woman either me or Mrs Merkel" She also accused Macron of an "indulgent attitude" towards Islamic fundamentalism and constantly sought to remind viewers of his role as a minister in unpopular President Francois Hollande’s Socialist government But Macron was in combative form throughout repeatedly portraying Le Pen’s proposals as simplistic defeatist or dangerous and targeting her proposals to withdraw France from the euro in particular French presidential hopefuls (L-R) Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron Reuters The euro policy "was the big nonsense of Marine Le Pen’s programme" he said midway through the 140-minute debate Le Pen called the euro shared by 19 countries in the European Union and blamed by some in France for a rise in prices as "the currency of bankers it’s not the people’s currency" Trailing in the polls the debate was probably her last chance to change the dynamics of the race ahead of the final weekend of a long and unpredictable campaign According to The New York Times Macron kept his cool and laid out his policies and plans however Le Pen spent much of her time attacking him CNN said that the two candidates spent time talking over each other and that there was little to no moderation A poll by the Elabe group for the BFM channel immediately afterwards showed that 63 percent of people interviewed found Macron the most convincing versus 34 percent for Le Pen This broadly mirrors forecasts for Sunday’s vote Macron would win around 59 percent to 41 percent if the vote were held now surveys suggest but previous debates during the rollercoaster French campaign have shifted public opinion Normalisation of far-Right The duel marked a new step into the mainstream for Le Pen whose party was once considered by France’s political establishment to be an extremist fringe that should be boycotted When her father Jean-Marie Le Pen made it into the final round of the presidential election in 2002 his conservative opponent Jacques Chirac refused to debate with him out of fear of "normalising hate and intolerance" In the first round of the election on 23 April Marine Le Pen finished second scoring 213 percent after softening the FN’s image over the past six years —but without fully removing doubt about the party’s core beliefs She sees her rise as the consequence of growing right-wing nationalism and a backlash against globalisation seen in the election of Donald Trump in the United States and Britain’s decision to leave the European Union "I am the candidate of the people of France such as we love it of the nation that protects jobs security our borders" she said in her opening comments Abstention factor The debate was unlikely to have swayed any committed supporters of either candidate but it could influence the roughly 18 percent of undecided voters and others who were planning to abstain Like much of the French press daily Le Monde deplored a "brutal debate" that was "violent from start to finish" Many supporters of Communist-backed candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon who came fourth in the first round have said they will not vote on Sunday comparing the final round as a choice between "the plague and cholera" President Hollande and members of the government have led warnings about the risk of a Le Pen presidency "We are in a zone of absolute danger" warned Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem before the debate "Do not play Russian roulette with our democracy" Hollande told reporters that "we shouldn’t think the result is a foregone conclusion" and urged Macron his former adviser and economy minister to make clear his different vision of France in Europe and the world Macron quit the government last August to concentrate on his new centrist political movement En Marche which has drawn 250000 members in 12 months On Thursday Macron will hold his final campaign meeting in the southwest town of Albi while Le Pen will have hers in Ennemain in the north With inputs from AFP Antalya: The Indian men’s archery team will have one last chance to book a Rio Olympics berth when the qualification round is held on the sidelines of the World Cup Stage 3 that begins on Sunday The men’s team comprises of the trio of Jayanta Talukdar Mangal Singh Champia and Atanu Das along with Rahul Banerjee They will have to finish among the top three in the Olympic Qualifiers on June 16 This is the same team which had won the bronze medal in the World Cup Stage 1 in Shanghai last month Atanu Das will seek to make his maiden Olympics by combining well with the the experienced duo of Talukdar and Champia Representational image Reuters As a build-up to the crucial Olympic qualification the Archery Association of India had sent the trio to the beach city of Antalya for an exposure trip in April when they competed in the seventh Kahraman Bagatir tournament an invitational meet This time the team has landed here five days back and India coach Dharmendra Tiwary who is also attached to the Tata Archery Academy is confident that the men’s team would seal the berth "Yesterday they shot 2015 points which is good enough for a third place finish" Tiwary told PTI on the sidelines of their practice session here and reminded that the trio had scored 2011 en route a bronze in Shanghai last month With the range overlooking the beach the wind may be a concern for India but Tiwary insisted it would be the same for all the teams "The wind is inconsistent but I’m sure it would then affect all the other teams We are aware of the conditions here and hope the experience will come in handy" he said India will face a challenging field which will have London Olympic silver-medallist Takaharu Furukawa in the Japan team "Japan would be tough so would be the teams from Ukraine and France but we have to focus on our strength" Bengal archer Das may be the youngest member of the team but he’s not bogged down "We have coordinated well in practice and set up our shooting order Hopefully we will to able to live up to the challenge in tight match situations" said Das who also bagged the mixed pair bronze in Shanghai last month Das also has two team silver medals (Wroclaw and Medellin 2014) and two mixed pair bronze medals (Medellin 2013 and 2014) in the World Cups previously In the men’s category India have claimed only one individual Rio berth and if the trio fail to qualify then India will have solitary representation in Rio in the men’s section and he will be picked from a separate trial The women’s team has already sealed the Olympic quota with their silver medal win at the World Championship in Copenhagen in July last year The fancied trio of Deepika Kumari and Laishram Bombayla Devi Laxmirani Majhi will look to finetune themselves ahead of the Rio Olympics Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: December 3 2013 2:10 am Top News Indian qualifiers Sowjanya Bavisetti and Snehadevi S Reddy scored upset wins over better-ranked European opponents in the first round matches at the NECC-ITF 25000 USD tennis tournament at the Deccan Gymkhana on Monday Bavisetti defeated Serbias Tamara Curovic 6-47-5but it was Reddy who stole the show as she rallied to beat Russias Anna Morgina 2-66-26-3 That result somewhat nullified the disappointment in the Indian camp after the exit of local girl Prarthana Thombarewho lost in straight sets to top seeded Magda Linette of Poland 6-06-3 Bavisettihoweverfaces a tough test in the next round as she readies to take on top seed Linette Sharmada Balu was the third Indian to advance on the first day when she defeated Nidhi Chilumula 6-12-66-1 in three sets Balu now faces third seed Diana Marcinkevica of Latvia in the second round as the competition gets tougher Another Indian casualty of the day was Natasha Palha who went down to Gioia Barbieri of Italy 2-61-6 Barbieri had a straightforward victory as she conceded only three games on course to her victory before some first round matches were put off due to rains Results (Round 1): Magda Linette (Pol) bt Prarthana G Thombare (Ind) 6-0 6-3; Sowjanya Bavisetti (Ind) bt Tamara Curovic (Srb) 6-4 7-5; Diana Marcinkevica (Lat) bt So-Ra Lee (Kor) 6-1 2-6 6-2; Sharmada Balu (Ind) bt Nidhi Chilumula (Ind) 6-1 2-6 6-1; Snehadevi S Reddy (Ind) bt Anna Morgina (Rus) 2-6 6-2 6-3; Gioia Barbieri (Ita) bt Natasha Palha (Ind) 6-2 6-1 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 22 2013 1:46 am Top News Three books of senior Haryana IPS officer KP Singh were released on Sunday These books include two in HindiNirantar and Aathwan Samandarand one in English titled CriminologyPenology and Victimology Aathwan Samandar is a collection of stories while Nirantar contains articles written by Singh CriminologyPenology and Victimologywhich is co-authored by Singhs wife Dipa Singhthrows light on criminal justice and other wider aspects of crime and punishment Singhs stories expose the inherent vulnerability of the bureaucracy and the system surrounding the bureaucrats Om ThanviExecutive EditorJansatta released the books and praised the author for his versatile style of writing in both the languages For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Developing countries will receive $540 million to continue their work in phasing out ozone-depleting chemicals according to UN Environment Programme The funds will be provided by developed countries for three years starting from 2018 through the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol which has disbursed over $37 billion since 1991 to support developing countries to phase out chemicals that destroy the ozone layer The climate-warming chemicals are hydrochlorofluorocarbons and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) used widely used in refrigerators air-conditioners and aerosol sprays Montreal Protocol parties made the funding commitment during the joint 11th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Vienna Convention and the 29th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol that concluded on 24 November in Canada the UN Environment Programme said in a statement on Monday The parties also celebrated the 30th anniversary of the ozone-saving treaty during the meeting with high-level participants including former prime minister of Canada Brian Mulroney Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna said "The Montreal Protocol is an example of how we can come together that we can do what naysayers think is impossible that we can heal our planet" At the meeting there was a demand for energy efficiency The countries requested the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel of the Montreal Protocol to assess the technology options for enhancing energy efficiency of appliances and equipment in the refrigeration and air-conditioning sectors while phasing down HFCs under the 2016 Kigali Amendment Representational image Reuters They also requested for regular updates on the safety standards relevant to the use of flammable low-global warming potential alternatives to HFCs in consultation with relevant standardisation organisations This is crucial for ensuring the safe market introduction manufacturing operation maintenance and handling of low-global-warming potential refrigerants that are used in many sectors The meeting also urged parties that have not yet ratified the Kigali Amendment to consider doing so in order to achieve the goals The Amendment which has so far been ratified by 22 parties is set to enter into force on January 1 2019 requiring nearly 200 nations to gradually phase down HFCs by more than 80 per cent over the next 30 years and replace them with more planet-friendly alternatives Phasing down HFCs under the Protocol is expected to avoid up to 05 degree Celsius of global warming by the end of the century while continuing to protect the ozone layer "It is through the widest ratification of the Kigali Amendment that we will deliver on its promise of protecting our planet for future generations" Ozone Secretariat head Tina Birmpili said For ozone monitoring and observation the countries also agreed on the need for increased support for research and systematic observations of the ozone layer as it is through the observations that scientists can monitor the recovery of the ozone layer and the interaction between ozone and climate The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer was endorsed in October 2016 after seven years of negotiations by 197 countries gathered in the Rwandan capital of Kigali and was named the Kigali Amendment Just like airline pilots asking passengers to stay in their seats till the aircraft comes to a complete halt (as opposed to half a halt?All the government college libraries have a software, the Brazilian returned as a 61st-minute substitute in a bid to inspire the visiting side.the youth wing of Bharatiya 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