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who succeeds R S Gavai,1968, New research suggests that even after going decades without practicing their instruments, download Indian Express App More Related NewsSolar stills can make tainted water or seawater fit to drink.I auditioned for Yash Raj and got a three film contract with them and then I had to audition for Habib sir’s film. It may be his first acting assignment but Arjun is not new to the world of films as he has grown up in a filmy family. 2016 3:23 pm The National Green tribunal took exception to unplanned dumping of municipal solid waste. The matter is now listed for next hearing on September 23.The green panel was hearing a plea filed by retired scientist C V Singh seeking directions to “collect segregate dispose and transport” the solid waste of the dump sites as per the provisions of the Solid Waste Management Rules 2016 Singh in his plea filed through advocate Gaurav Bansal said that while passing through Indraprastha Extension in Delhi he observed that two ‘dhalaos’ (garbage collection points) are situated at the gate of a government school in West Vinod Nagar and near Mohammad Chowk Vinod Nagar respectively Watch Video: What’s making news “A vegetable market also assembles near the said school on a daily basis and the residue vegetables cause a lot of intense foul smell around the said area…It is respectfully submitted that natural process of decomposition of an organic matter in an unmanaged form leads to intense foul smell resulting into various critical diseases “Due to mismanagement and littering of solid waste dumped at dhalao no 1 the adjacent road gets automatically covered with solid waste resulting into traffic congestion leading to vehicular pollution” the plea said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Berlin | Updated: April 16 2014 12:57 pm Related News India has ruled out any impact on genuine workers in Saudi Arabia as a result of the Kingdom’s new labour policysaying that only illegal immigrants will be affected by the ‘Nitaqat’ law Minister of External Affairs Salman Khurshidwho accompanied Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to Germany earlier this weeksaid here that genuine workers need not worry as the new Saudi law will impact only those who do not have proper work permit The new labour law ‘Nitaqat’ makes it mandatory for local companies to hire one Saudi national for every 10 migrant workers There has been widespread perception that the new policy will lead to denial of job opportunities for a large number of Indians working there The Saudi government was implementing the Nitaqat law to cut unemployment in the country Khurshid said the new law was not just for Indians and it would also affect thousands of illegal immigrants from countries like PakistanBangladeshSri Lanka and the Philippines Khurshid has said Indian workers play an important role in Saudi Arabia’s economy and the Kingdom’s authorities recognise this Removal of illegal immigrants will open the doors for genuine workershe said Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi is also expected to visit Saudi Arbia to convey India’s apprehension about possible job losses to the 2 million-plus strong Indian community due to the new labour law that seeks to reserve 10 per cent jobs for locals Last monthMinister of State for External Affairs E Ahamadwho was in Dushanbethe capital of Tajikistanto attend the Asian Development Dialoguehad met Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin AbdulazizSaudi vice minister of Foreign Affairsand conveyed the anxiety and concerns of India on the issue The Prince assured Ahamad that Saudi will always give the best consideration for Indians working in the Kingdom and values its very cordial relations with India For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Updated: March 2 2015 4:07 pm Students in Bhopal search their roll numbers for seat arrangement before they appear in the higher secondary examination of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that began on Monday (Source: PTI) Related News The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) examinations for standards 10 and 12 commenced from Monday and will continue till April 20 According to a CBSE circular a total of 1373853 students are appearing for the class 10 board examination and 1040368 students are appearing for the class 12 board examination “There has been a hike of 337 percent in the number of students appearing in the class 10 board examination and in the class 12th board examination there has been a hike of 101 percent of students appearing for the examination” the circular said The examinations started from 10:30 in the morning On Monday students appear for their first examination paper on English Students react as they come out after appearing in the first paper of the class XII examinations of CBSE at an examination centre in New Delhi on Monday (Source: PTI) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Hyderabad | Published: January 30 2015 1:44 am Related News Hyderabad: Placed in the list of probable terror targets security at the temple towns of Tirumala and Tirupati is being upgraded under a massive project ‘Safe City-Tirupati’ launched by the Andhra Pradesh government The cost of the entire security cover is pegged at Rs 50 crore approximately Among the slew of security measures that are being adopted Tirumala temple and Tirupati city will be placed under 24×7 surveillance with over 3000 CCTV cameras A state-of-the-art command-and-control centre which has started functioning from Wednesday will monitor suspicious activity and also keep a tab on touts agents cabbies and auto-rickshaw drivers to shield devotees from being cheated Baggage scanners and explosive detectors are being put up at several places? 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the problems are visible. once a quite popular app, “The moment the weather clears up,wewill resume the operations for Badrinath Dham” he said With more than 3000 people still stranded in Harsil and Badrinathrescue operations were going on amid intermittent rainswhich were affectingevacuation efforts at places including Dehradun and Chamoli districtwhere Badrinath shrine is locatedofficial sources said According to official figuresso far 822 people have lost their lives in the Uttarakhand disaster The figure includes over 260 bodies found in Kedarnath area Officials said relief material was also being flown in more than 40 choppers for distribution in villages where shortage of foodgrains has been reported There have been reports of people facing shortage of foodgrainselectricity and water in affected villagesadding to the problems of authoritieswhich are still grappling with the evacuation exercise A report from Rishikesh said angry kin of people from Rajasthanwho went missing after the calamityburnt a banner put up by the state government at its relief camp near the bus stand in the city and clashed with media personnel They were protesting against absence of information about their missing relatives from the officials deputed for the purpose Rescue operations were hampered at Sahastradhara helipad in Dehradun this morning due to rainsbut resumed as the weather cleared up laterwith three choppers flying to the affected areas Brigadier Uma Maheshwari said the two hubswhere people were waiting to be evacuated were Badrinath and the Harsil-Gangotri axis “If the helicopter evacuation continuesHarsil operation will be completed by the afternoon That isprovidedthe weather permits the choppers to fly” the officer said Maheshwari said 500 people had left Badrinath by foot and they were on route to Joshimathand about 220 had crossed to Gobind Ghatwhile the Hemkund axis was all clear “The total distance from Badrinath to Joshimath is 43 kilometresand out of this distancethe pilgrims have to walk only for 12 kilometres For the rest of the distancethey will be moved by vehicles” the officer saidadding that the Army was giving confidence and motivation to the people to undertake the land route Maheshwari said Army and civil aviation choppers had evacuated more than 100 people from isolated places in Uttarakhand since this morning For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj C G | Updated: July 27 2015 6:34 am Arun Jaitley Related News Over the last week leader of the House in the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley has repeatedly criticised the Congress for disrupting Parliament and accused it of running away from a debate on the Lalit Modi controversy as it insists that Union minister Sushma Swaraj resign first During the previous regime it was Jaitley and ironically Sushma who had led the then Opposition’s offensive over various issues leading to a series of disruptions that both had justified then When the oil-for-food scandal broke during UPA-I Jaswant Singh headed the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha but Jaitley and Sushma were the BJP faces who led the offensive resulting in disruption of Parliament in winter 2005 and external affairs minister Natwar Singh’s eventual resignation The multiple ministerial resignations during UPA-II — from A Raja to Dayanidhi Maran and Shashi Tharoor to P K Bansal and Ashwani Kumar — followed vociferous demands led again by Jaitley and Sushma leaders of the opposition in the two Houses Share This Article Related Article The Congress is now recalling the statements Jaitley and Sushma had made arguing that the BJP had set the precedent for disruption They point out that the entire winter session of 2010 was washed out when the BJP set the constitution of a joint parliamentary committee as a precondition for allowing Parliament to function Productivity of the 15th Lok Sabha (2009-14) has been the worst in the last 50 years the Lok Sabha working 61 per cent of its scheduled time and the Rajya Sabha 66 per cent according to PRS Legislative Research The BJP disrupted Parliament over the 2G scam in 2010 the CVC’s appointment in 2011 and coal block allocation in 2012 Sushma Swaraj Then… November 4 2005 (outside Parliament): “It was only due to the pressure mounted by the Opposition that the government yesterday talked about probing the issue… But no probe can be impartial without Natwar Singh quitting office” September 7 2012 (at end of monsoon session disrupted over coal allocations): “Not allowing Parliament to function is a form of democracy like any other form… They asked us to hold a debate either under an adjournment motion rule 184 or rule 93 Under adjournment motion debate is taken up after adjourning question hour followed by voting by voice vote… Debate under 193 would mean a ‘talkout’ by the government and walkout by Opposition If we had taken debate under 184 they would have won because they have numbers Numbers do not give a licence to loot the country” Arub Jaitley Then… January 30 2011 (quoted by ANI as having said in Ranchi): “Parliament’s job is to conduct discussions But many a time Parliament is used to ignore issues and in such situations obstruction of Parliament is in the favour of democracy Therefore parliamentary obstruction is not undemocratic” August 22 2012 (interview to Times Now): “We are not interested in a debate What is there to debateWe have had bad experiences on these discussions in the past with the 2G scam” August 26 2012 (outside Parliament): “There are occasions when obstruction in Parliament brings greater benefits to the country… Our strategy does not permit us to allow the government to use Parliament (for debate) without being held accountable… we do not want to give government an escape route through debate” August 28 2012 (article in The Hindu): “Parliamentary obstructionism should be avoided It is a weapon to be used in the rarest of the rare cases Parliamentary accountability is as important as parliamentary debate Both must coexist If parliamentary accountability is subverted and a debate is intended to be used merely to put a lid on parliamentary accountability it is then a legitimate tactic for the Opposition to expose the government through parliamentary instruments available at its command” August 26 2012 (article issued by BJP): “Suggestions that the issue should be debated only in Parliament will put a lid on one of the greatest scandals in Indian history (coal blocks allocation) We in the Opposition are not interested in merely the issue being talked out through a one-day debate in Parliament… Parliamentary obstructionism should ordinarily be avoided However in the rarest of rare cases obstructionism also brings its dividends” September 7 2012 (after disrupted session): “One session of Parliament has earlier been lost on account of corruption in allotment of 2G spectrum That helped this country cleanse the telecom sector Hopefully the long-term gains of this session may enable future governments to clean up the process of allocation of natural resources” Arun Jaitley Now… July 21 2015 (Rajya Sabha): “We are ready for discussion… Why are you (Opposition) running away from a discussion… If they want the external affairs minister to make a statement we are ready for that… you are scared of a discussion” July 21 (outside the House): “We get a distinct and clear impression that the Opposition wants disturbance for some time… Obviously state issues can’t be discussed… But as far as other issues are concerned we offered that we are ready for discussions and we are ready right now for a discussion” July 22 (Rajya Sabha): “If the Opposition wants the rules to be changed and state issues are to be discussed we will discuss issues of various states and we are ready for that We will discuss so that we set a new precedent that all state issues ranging from what has been happening in Kerala in Himachal Pradesh Assam and Goa and all such state issues can be discussed… If they want to discuss the issue relating to Sushma Swaraj please start the discussion right now… “I dare you to start the discussion You don’t have a single fact Therefore noise-making is all that you want to do and you don’t want to discuss…” July 22 (outside): “Opposition is weak on arguments but strong on disturbance We want the entire nation to hear Sushma Swaraj’s views but the Opposition does not want the House to run” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New York | Published: July 28 2013 2:05 pm Related News The BJP today said that next year’s Lok Sabha elections will be a watershed for the party and claimed that a 1977-like mood will dislodge the UPA dispensation Ananth Kumarnational general secretary of the BJPalso claimed that his party will get an absolute majority in the elections “The mood in India is like that of 1977 when the country faced the elections after the imposition of emergency… Voters wanted Indira Gandhi to go and did not give a fractured mandate but a clear majority to Janata Party that was unprecedented in many ways since Independence” he said “We will get an absolute majority” he saidadding that the BJP’s slogan in the ensuing election will be Congress Muktha Bharat (Free India from Congress) “We are requesting the people to compare (Atal Bihari) Vajpayee government’s track record with that of Manmohan Singh’s and come to a clear decision The basic issue before the nation is one is good governance and development India witnessed a golden era for six years under Atalji’s dispensation but in the last nine years Congress and UPA has taken from good governance to Dark Age” he said Kumar said that under Atalji’s tenure there was an eight per cent growth rate and we kept inflation down at three per cent Economy was robust and vibrant due to visionary leadership of Vajpayee But due to wrong policiesManmohan Singh and his team have taken the country to pre-1991 days where we had almost forced to mortgage our gold reserves putting India to shame in the comity of nationshe said “All the three in-house economists India has ever produced – Manmohan SinghP Chidambaram and Montek Singh Ahluwalia are responsible for nation’s current financial mess and should own the responsibility” he said Asked about Narendra ModiKumar said the Gujarat chief minister is now the new rock star and is viewed as a friend of youth and college students “Youth power can’t be underestimated and now they have become very strong and understand Indian politics People in the age group of 18-25 will decide the fate of India and they are all admirers of Modi and demand a change” he said On alliancehe said it’s a crusade against Congress and also crusade against corruption and gross abuse of power given by the electorate “We expect like minded parties to support us In any case there are possibilities for post-poll alliance like the one Atalji formed NDA in the center” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: October 17 2016 9:38 pm The BJP-led Maharashtra government cleared the draft bill in April this year but the Centre questioned the need for a separate law when the Essential Commodities Act with its stringent provisions to curb hoarding exists Top News Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil on Mondaysaid the Centre’s decision to send back the state government’s draft bill to control prices of pulses proved that the BJP government worked only for rich traders?341 people from various sectors. 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