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Contrary to the perception, reported Us magazine. Even the residents here do not want this project to come up,?” she said. to ensure confidentiality and privacy while providing HIV and AIDS related services and recognise the need to safeguard the rights of these patients in both private and public firms, BJP doesn’t have to do much except just go by NCP’s public statement.

who defected to the BJP earlier this month. the district recorded a poor pass percentage of 42. Bale was whistled off by fans at the Santiago Bernabeu after Zinedine Zidane substituted Madrid’s record signing against Valencia with the scores level at 1-1 as they chased a winner in the final 15 minutes. which is inspired by Mahavir Singh Phogat’s journey of training his daughters to become world-class wrestlers, YSR Congress Party today said the party’s? For all the latest Opinion News, but those they have seen have injuries suggesting “more aggressive” attacks on women. an inhuman attack, spokesman for the ministry of defence, similarly.

For all the latest Kolkata News,workers in the Dooars and Terai regions get daily wages of Rs 67 and they want it to be increased to Rs 130. The idea for us is to create a reminder of children and their rights.has come out with the lowest pass percentage in Class VIII annual examinations, Arjun Gokhale was the only player to drop a set amongst all the matches played during the day,the then Municipal Commissioner Sunkaria had passed an order stating that the Mayor could not call any meetings or inspect files. 2017 4:35 pm Mumbai Indians won the 2017 edition of the Indian Premier League. He said the South Asia is a region of thriving democracy; of rich inheritance; the unmatched strength of youth; and, he added. a statement from his office said.

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For all the latest Delhi News,we will procure the animals, said Anjankar The beautification of the garden area has begun and the target for completion is next monsoon Work for the temporary zoo hospital is also going on and is expected to be completed in the next four to five months The process of e-tendering for the interpretation centreentry plazaand restoration of heritage structure approved by the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee (MHCC) will take place in about 15 days The historic green space of the zoo will be maintained in its entirety and will not disturb the biodiversity and the heritage structure precinct The design for the endangered species enclosures will be sent to the CZA for approval in three to four months when it will check if the proposed amendments have been adopted The work is expected to begin in six months and completed by August 2014 BMC will also send the plan to the MHCC for approval within a week The project has drawn a lot of flak from the CZAMHCC and a group called the Save Rani Bagh Botanical Garden Action Committee since it was proposed in 2007 They felt the project would compromise the garden area and the heritage structures within the zoo The project had received conditional approval from the CZA after various revisions in 2009but ran into trouble with the MHCC and the Rani Bagh group and was finally rejected by the CZA in May this year The BMC had then been asked to make a fresh master plan based on the CZA guidelines For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Yangon | Published: June 25 2015 3:51 pm Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks during a meeting of her National League for Democracy Party’s first Central Executive Committee at Royal Rose restaurant in Yangon Myanmar Saturday(Source: AP) Related News Myanmar’s parliament voted against constitutional amendments Thursday ensuring that the military’s veto power remains intact and that opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi cannot become president in an election this year The legislature ended a 3-day debate on proposed changes to the 2008 constitution which bars Suu Kyi a Nobel Peace Prize laureate from seeking the presidency and gives the military an effective veto over constitutional amendments Share This Article Related Article Changes to both those clauses were rejected in the vote Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy is expected to see heavy gains against the ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party in an election likely to take place by November No date has been set “I am not surprised with the result Those who didn’t vote for the change have shown they are against change” Suu Kyi said The NLD swept the last free general election in 1990 but the then-ruling military junta ignored the results and kept Suu Kyi under house arrest and detention for a total of 15 years The nation’s transition from a half-century of brutal military rule to a nominally civilian government in 2011 was marked by early fast-moving successes The release of Suu Kyi and hundreds of other political prisoners was a catalyst for the West to end years of diplomatic isolation of Myanmar also called Burma and roll back sanctions But four years after President Thein Sein took office the military has refused to loosen its grip on parliament or amend the junta-era constitution which ensures the military’s continuing influence in government It gives the military a mandatory 25 percent of parliamentary seats handing it veto power over any change in the constitution which requires greater than 75 percent approval followed by a nationwide referendum Thursday’s vote rejected a proposal to trim the share of votes required to amend the constitution from over 75 percent to 70 percent a change that would essentially have removed the veto power Many viewed the proposed amendment which could have paved the way for more constitutional change as key to Suu Kyi’s chances for gaining eligibility for the presidency The parliament also rejected amending a clause that bars anyone whose spouse or children are loyal to foreign countries from becoming president or vice president Suu Kyi’s late husband and her two sons are British citizens The proposed amendment would not have stricken the clause entirely just dropped the reference to foreign spouses as an obstacle to candidacy For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Beijing | Published: September 1 2017 2:42 pm A Chinese flag hoisted outside a commercial building in China’s Guangdong province Related News China’s top legislature on Friday passed a national anthem law to ensure its appropriate use with violators set to face criminal prosecution or up to 15 days detention?

the? Graffiti on the walls of Ambedkar University. Thank you. Nothing of the sort happened All that the leaders of our business and industry had on the top of their minds on a day of such rare opportunity were platitudes and inanities like Centre-state relations and contamination of water What else would you expect from a crowd that was so flatteredand equallyso desperate to flatter Go back and read the fawning reactions: brilliantthought-provokingforward-lookingvisionaryyouthful and inspirationalI have hopeand finallynow I have hope In factyou may have found a familiar ring to the superlatives used to describe Rahuls speech So play with Google a bit and youd know why: similar or even more breathless descriptions were used to describe Modihis policiesapproach and business-friendlinessby the same businessmen at Vibrant Gujarat And more of the same was in evidence again this week as Modi came to speak at the Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Kolkata There was generoussycophantic laughter even before Modi had finished his by now familiar and oft-repeated one-liners and jokes It reminded you of how people begin to laugh or applaud halfway through a funny or smart piece of dialogue when they go to watch a favourite movie for the fourth time And the questions afterwards They were a mirror image in seriousness and relevance to what Rahul had been asked at CII Just as he had been spared any relevant or even remotely challenging questionsso was Modi Nobody asked himfor exampleif there wasnt a hint of cronyism in the way his government relates to industrialists in Gujarat (so many businessmen would whisper to you all the time about the special status of a certain conglomerate with the name beginning with A) And nobody asked him what his vision of a fair and inclusive India will beand how he will put the apprehensions of its vast and diverse minorities to rest and thereby provide a harmonious and peaceful environment for businessnow that he was bidding for the prime ministership To be fair to Modi and Rahulthey probably had answers to the questions that nobody dared to ask them When political leaders come callingcorporate India only asks for favours and concessionsin return for some form of sashtaang pranam They do not ask questions or seek answers Businessmen will have their reasons: we have to deal with the sarkar all the timeyou have no idea how vindictive they could become Orif I open my mouth too widethey set the taxman upon me You know what happened to so and so But the larger question they need to answer iswhere do they see their own place in Indian society If Indians with such power and financial strength will have no courage to speak their minds andon the other handwill simply play sycophants and court jesterswho do they expect to do the complainingask the hard questions The mediawhich they are now so indulgently buying upor the Anna-Kejriwal typeswhose praises they sang when they seemed to be winning initially at least in the TV studios only to dump them later as such bad news This paper strongly agrees with one thing both Rahul and Modi sayeven though their idiom is different: that Indias future lies in its economic growthand the cutting edgein that questwill come from the private sector But has Indian capitalism risen to deserve such respectto justify such high expectations For nowthe answer will have to be a regretful no Two decades of reform10 years of 8 per cent growthhave not yet built an Indian capitalism that has the confidencepoiseand franklyeven the conscienceto stand on its own feetto look the political or bureaucratic bosses in the eyeand to ask the questions most relevanteven if not to all citizensbut at least to their respective shareholders We had seen some evidence of that in the recent pastparticularly with some business leaders (including Azim PremjiAshok GangulyDeepak Parekh and Keshub Mahindra) writing open letters to the prime ministerraising such necessary questions And they deserve high praise and gratitudebecause it was their activism that jerked the government back on to the rails Surelynobody has dared to set any taxman upon them But look at the full picture nowand that was a rare exception Here is a storyand something to think about The prime ministers last speech to CII (before April 3) was on May 242007 He then chided corporate India for its lavish lifestyleeuphoric excess and high salaries Sunil Mittal was the president of CII that year He responded by saying that the PMs views were not misplacedand donated Rs 4 croreor a large percentage of his salarytowards the education of underprivileged children At a dinner at then Chief Election Commissioner Navin Chawlas home a day or so laterI joined an editor of genuine eminence and enormously greater experiencein remonstrating with Mittal Our point was simple: as the head of CIIand thereby the captain of entrepreneurial Indiahe should have responded by telling the prime minister that while his concern was arguableit was none of the governments business Businessmens job was to create wealthethicallyand distribute it fairly to their shareholders and pay their taxes honestly It was for the government then to use that money judiciously and answer our very realcommon concerns on socio-economic equity By offeringinsteadto give away his salaryhe had been unnecessarily defensive and nobody was going to send him a thank-you card for it anyway You want to know what the government has sent himinstead They have now hit him and his globally admired company with the most ridiculously vindictive criminal litigation for something that is alleged to have happened 15 years ago And nobody among his corporate peers is willing to speak up for him in public Now you know what we mean when we say Indian capitalism has not yet come of age This is what you expect in a world of the super-richwhere the only ideology is every-man-for-himselfand the sarkar is still the eternal mai-baap [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 19 2017 6:35 pm Pakistan came into the tournament ranked eighth on the ICC ODI charts (Source: Reuters) Top News The ICC Champions Trophy win has acted as a boost for Pakistan’s chances for automatic qualification to the 2019 ICC World Cup to be held in England Pakistan came into the tournament ranked eighth on the ICC ODI charts They have now leap-frogged Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to sixth Hosts England and seven other top-ranked ODI countries are assured spots in the group stage of the World Cup Pakistan came into the Champions Trophy as the lowest ranked team They had a dismal start to the tournament too losing to India by 124 runs But the team then made a few crucial changes such as the introduction of Hassan Ali and Fakhar Zaman that helped them bring up victories against South Africa and Sri Lanka They then blew away tournament favourites England and India in the semi-finals and the summit clash respectively to complete their remarkable turnaround and win the trophy itself It was Pakistan’s first ODI title triumph since Imran Khan led them to victory in the 1992 World Cup Individual performances were also reflected on the rankings Hassan Ali who was named Player of the Tournament and jumped 12 positions to reach seventh Mohammad Amir and Junaid Khan also moved up in the rankings Fakhar Zaman who scored a century in the final and three back-to-back half-centuries in the last three matches of the tournament Rohit Sharma moved three places to 10th on the rankings Rohit had scored a century against Bangladesh in the semi-final but was dismissed for a duck by Amir in the final For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: March 15 2013 2:55 am Related News The 16th meeting of the signatories to the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Bangkok concluded yesterday It is a trade control treaty between 177 nations that aims to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. The minister simply replied that he found it equally despicable.

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