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my standing as mainstream,so it merges together and something interesting comes out…and it is a great team, he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 22 2017 12:29 am At the theatre in Kolkata on Friday Subham Dutta Top News Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday observed ‘Civil Services Day’ by inaugurating a state-of-the-art open-air theatre ‘Uttirna’ which can accommodate up to 2000 people The state government held a programme to mark the occasion at Uttirna itself The open-air theatre comprises a stage green room banquet hall food court media centre cafeteria conference room and other services Appealing to people to join the civil services Mamata dedicated the newly-inaugurated theatre to civil servants in the state “We have plans to create more districts in future for better administrative work and for that we will need more and more civil service officers I will appeal to people to join civil services and be a part of the government” Mamata said after inaugurating the theatre The programme was attended by officials from the West Bengal Civil Service Indian Administrative Service and Indian Police Service among others Speaking at the event the CM said more such projects were coming up in the state “We are also building a stadium ‘Dhana Dhanyo’ which is just the opposite of this theatre The stadium will have a seating capacity of 3000 We are also setting up ‘Saujanya’ — a state government guesthouse — at Hastings We are setting up a convention centre of international standards at New Town We have set up 26 helipads in the state We are setting up airports in Malda Balurghat and Cooch Behar” she said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Man Aman Singh Chhina Jagdeep Singh Deep | Chandigarh | Published: July 6 2017 4:52 am No-entry board on the road leading atop Siswan Dam through which the adventure drive will pass Manaman Singh Chhina Related News Several departments of the Punjab government have joined hands to promote tourism in the forest zones of Mullanpur close to a luxury resort owned by former deputy CM Sukhbir Badal The two-day event called Shivalik Adventure Drive scheduled on July 8 and 9 is being sponsored by the departments of forest tourism and Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) and will see dozens of off-roader vehicles passing through nature trails in the forest zone of Siswan Mirzapur and Jayanti Majri The first part of the drive will take place in the Jayanti dam area while the second part is over the route from Siswan dam to Mirzapur forest rest house These vehicles will also be driven on the roads on top of the dams which are otherwise no-entry zones for general public The site of the adventure drive is close to the Badal-owned Sukhvilas resort Coinciding with the development of the resort over 2015-2016 the SAD-BJP government also had made plans to develop tourism in the area with nature treks water sports and the like leveraging the scenic forest area and the twin dams of Siswan and Mirzapur located close by A visit to the Mirzapur Forest Rest House by The Indian Express found that the dilapidated rest house had been repaired for the event this weekend A forest guard on the spot Balwinder Singh said the work on clearing the route for the off-roading drive was taking place further up the trail and that the vehicles would be coming to the guest house from the Siswan dam side A dozen or so workers from the nearby village Mirzapur village are clearing bushes and scrubs along the trail Some vegetation will be cleared also to make a parking area for vehicles “The work is almost done and will be finished by this evening” said the guard Forest officials denied the motor rally was taking place on forest land and said the vehicles would go along a dry seasonal rivulet (choe) in de-listed forest land District Forest Officer (DFO) Mohali Gursimran Singh said while a trail has been cleared no tree was axed The vehicles would pass only on de-listed land and not through the adjacent forest land Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Kuldip Kumar also said the trail was located on de-listed land and the department had given the permission for the rally by ensuring it would not harm the wildlife and the forest area along the choe or rivulet Surprisingly state’s Forests Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot seemed unaware of his department’s involvement in the promotional event “My department has got nothing to do with it It is an event being conducted by the Tourism department” he said after being told that the Forest department was actively involved in the event The official website of the Forests department is also promoting the event through a link on its page Director (Tourism) Shivdullar Singh Dhillon said while his department was involved in the event all arrangements were being made by the forests department “It is the Forest Department that has identified the route” he said In April this year following a controversy over alleged illegal felling of khair trees in the Mirzapur-Siswan forest the Forest Department said the areas in which the felling was going on was de-listed Tourism Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu did not respond to phone calls or text message The event is being organised in partnership with a Chandigarh-based group called “Gerrari Off-Roaders” A representative of the group Kabir Waraich said that on July 8 the rally will be flagged off from Mullanpur and will commence at Jayanti Majri dam on an 10-km-long trail while the next day the rally will start from Siswan Dam and end at Mirzapur Asked if they had the requisite permissions he promised to revert but did not Chief Engineer of Irrigation department Pushpinder Lal Garg said that till Tuesday no permission had been sought for a rally on the road on top of two dams “However today I got a call from the Secretary (Tourism) Jaspal Singh who said it was a government event and that vehicles should be allowed to ply on the roads atop dams” he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: January 30 2017 5:06 am Top News Two youths were arrested for cheating a shopkeeper after he replaced four wheels of their SUV as they escaped without making any payment to the shopkeeper on Sunday Both of them were produced in a local court and sent to judicial custody The accused were identified as Vipul and Vishal both residents of Panchkula Police said that they visited the shop of one Sanjay Dutt in village Burail Sector 45 Vipul is a college student in Chandigarh Both the accused purchased four second-hand wheels for their Safari Sources said that after the tyres were fixed the duo told the complainant that they want to go for a test drive The complainant sent his employee along with the accused Police said that the accused sped away after dropping the employee The police was informed about the incident and the registration number of the SUV was provided to them Both the accused were nabbed a few hours later and a case has been registered against the accused at the Sector 34 police station For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dilip Bobb | Updated: July 6 2014 8:30 am We will all have turned into vegetables waiting for onion prices to come down Related News We are in a sense a nation of waiters since we are always waiting for something or the other These are often random or annual events but they condemn us to a life of perennial anticipation and expectation Collectively we are a people waiting to exhale Here are the most prominent occupants of the ‘Great Indian Waiting Room’: The monsoon: We await this with great anxiety much like expectant parents; in depression when the Met department announces a late arrival and no chance of a Caesarian or a barren period which is the equivalent of a false pregnancy Then come the first few drops and the nation celebrates like India has won the World Cup Till we are reminded of the phrase no one understands but we fear the most — El Nino ‘Acche din’: The choice of electoral slogans can often backfire We are all still awaiting a return to the good times as promised by our Prime Minister in times of expansive oratory and 56-inch chests But it is as yet nowhere in sight much like that elusive monsoon ‘Acche din aane wale hai’ has now replaced the ‘mute button’ as a conversational bon mot — as in bosses informing employees about their annual appraisals or debt-laden companies informing banks about future interest payments The Budget: An annual exercise that exercises everyone or taxes everyone depending on the state of the monsoon and whether ‘acche din’ have arrived or not In no other country does the annual budget weigh so heavily on an entire population especially when it is an exercise where so little is done for so many Onion prices: We will all have turned into vegetables waiting for onion prices to come down What did come down was the government in 1980 when onion prices went into orbit and they are back on an upward trajectory courtesy the ubiquitous but invisible middleman India is the only country where a bumper harvest causes a shortage but there it is or isn’t as is the case Power to come back: Nothing to do with the Congress party but the perennial wait for the power to come back on during the summer when demand peaks and the trickle-down effect takes place Or sweat equity as it is called in some quarters The Sunanda Pushkar case: The controversy over the cause of death refuses to die down and we now await another forensic report after the two that have already been submitted along with letters from doctors including the one from Dr Subramanium Swamy who says they were doctored by the Gandhi family What we do know for certain is that in politics there is no RIP Delhi college admissions: The wait for admissions at Delhi University boasting the country’s premier educational institutions becomes longer every year This year here’s the official reason: “The UGC’s secretariat has acted at the behest of MHRD which has used emergency powers to direct UGC u/s 20(1) of the UGC Act to ask DU to scrap FYUP” By the time you figure that out you could be institutionalised Rahul to take charge: The Congress has been waiting endlessly for the anointed heir to well anoint himself or appoint himself but he seems quite happy empowering others while unempowering himself in the bargain Kejriwal’s house: We wait with gated breath for Arvind Kejriwal to find himself a house Each time he settles on one something happens to deny him entry Will he finally settle down or remain the itinerant politician Time and a generous landlord will tell For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChina has pursued an aggressive policy in the region and beyond over the past few years especially since Xi Jinping took over as president It has flexed its financial muscle and assumed assertive military postures The continuing problems in Doka La are thus not only a part of the series of issues that come up between India and China along the border from time to time but are part of China’s general power projectionDeepening India-China crisis Reuters India has to show a quiet but firm resolve to stand its ground even though the Chinese are putting great pressure This is obvious from the comments made by their spokespersons On Tuesday the Chinese ambassador to India demonstrated this in an extraordinary way when he virtually rejected India’s sober statement in which it pointed out that the Chinese action in Doka La impaired India’s security interests The ambassador distinguished the current situation from those that had occurred earlier along the border He also rejected that India had any role in the Bhutan-China boundary talks thereby signalling that India had no role in any area that is being contested between China and Bhutan In saying so he forgot that Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir is under Pakistan’s illegal occupation and yet China leased territory from it in 1962 Today it is deeply involved in this area including through constructing the CPEC Finally he asked for the unconditional withdrawal of Indian troops before any talks can take place on this incident All this is part of enhanced Chinese aggressiveness and underlines the need for greater national cohesion and commitment While ongoing Doka La incident calls into question the notion of China’s peaceful rise for India it once again opens up fundamental questions of how it should handle China and the challenge of the Sino-Pak nexus It is obvious that China has deliberately augmented Pakistani capabilities against India for almost six decades as an integral part of its India policy China’s negativity towards India on the NSG and Masood Azhar’s designation as a terrorist by the UN is a manifestation of the nexus Significantly China’s assistance to Pakistan has extended to the strategic field of nuclear weapons technology and missile systems As India’s strength grows this nexus has intensified and now with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) a major positive pillar is being added to Sino-Pak bilateral ties Hitherto their foundation was a shared negativity towards India The threat of the Sino-Pak nexus or its acknowledgment is not new Writing to president Bill Clinton soon after the May 1998 nuclear tests prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee noted “We have an overt nuclear weapon state on our border a state which committed armed aggression against us in 1962 Although our relations with that country have improved in the last decade or so an atmosphere of distrust persists mainly due to the unresolved border problem To add to the distrust that country has materially helped another neighbour of ours to become a covert nuclear state" The Americans angered at the Indian tests broke diplomatic trust and released Vajpayee’s letter Consequently the Chinese were most upset and India was embarrassed and that took the focus away from the entirely valid argument advanced in the letter Almost 20 years have passed since the nuclear tests Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are out in the open China has become stronger and so is its all-weather friendship with Pakistan Given the newer dimensions of the nexus and the continuing border problems India must seriously consider if it needs to pay greater attention and spend greater resources to its strategic programme both in weapons as well as delivery systems In particular the sea leg of the triad needs special focus At no stage should China feel that it can seek to coerce or pressure India Strategic programmes are meant to deter threatening behaviour The basic tenets of India’s China policy were laid down during prime minister Rajiv Gandhi’s tenure It was then decided that India would not wait for a solution of the border to begin a cooperative process with China in other areas This approach and has led to a vast economic and commercial relationship Trade with China stands at around $70 billion and Chinese investments in India are around $4 billion Some Indian leaders have tended to emphasise the cooperative relationship and push back the competitive aspects of the ties Prime minister Manmohan Singh said that there was enough space for both countries to grow While this may be useful for tactical reasons it does not erode the validity what Vajpayee had conveyed to Clinton In fact while cooperating with China it would be prudent to never lose sight of the threats that emanate from it and its arrogant disregard for India’s interests Three specific points merit consideration in the context of the facing up to China and the Sino-Pak nexus India has to rapidly and comprehensively build its ties with East and South-East Asia and the Pacific countries This will be part of Prime Minister Modi’s Act East policy It will signal to China that as it seeks to ingress into South Asia India will sit idle In combating the Sino-Pak nexus Pakistan is clearly the weaker link It is unrealistic to think that the Pakistan which has a deep hostility towards India will change its approach especially as Chinese investments are growing in Pakistan It is essential to have a clear approach and not be swayed by hopes of normalising relations so that Pakistan looks less towards China A consistency of policy should be a priority Personal relations between leaders sometimes play an important role in defusing crisis situations However their significance should never be exaggerated Leaders have to manage domestic systems and look beyond personal ties with their peers to their countries interests Thus even though Modi and Xi Jinping had a good meeting at Astana last month the Doka La situation has deteriorated afterward There is a chance that both leaders may meet on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Germany in another two days Perhaps that meeting may help to reduce present tensions but the long term trends are clear: India will have to deal with a China determined to show that it is in a superior class Written by Sumit Baudh | Published: January 21 2015 12:44 am Related News Let me start on a personal note I am seeking funds for my doctoral research and am tempted to apply to government schemes for Scheduled Caste (SC) scholars There is just one problem: I do not have an SC certificate Long ago my Dalit parents decided not to get SC certificates for their children They did this because they did not want their children to suffer from the stigma that comes with the SC status This decision came at a price — it meant I could not avail caste-based quotas or reservations in education and employment It has been difficult and I continue to grapple with this decision On the one hand I have developed a strong sense of self-confidence and pride in my Dalit identity On the other with a disclosure of my caste identity it is often presumed that I must have availed of reservations If I clarify to the contrary I appear to be an apologist for reservations; if I do not clarify I am susceptible to the very stigma from which my parents tried to shield me Even if I do not make an explicit disclosure my Dalit identity is disclosed in my surname Baudh My father adopted this surname in response to rampant caste-based discrimination He used to make frequent business trips to Jhunjhunu Rajasthan and the lodge-keepers there would always ask him his caste They would not allow him to stay in their lodges only because my father was Dalit This changed after he embraced Buddhism and adopted the surname Baudh? police said. 2017 3:42 am As per early estimates, releasing on January 22, Little surprise considering we used our fingers as a brush, Gota, Chennai had just one good chance in the second half when their Brazilian striker Charles DeSouza broke through down the right but his flick bounced off the near post and hit Yumnam Raju on the face.and talking about solving all the problems of the country did not do it when they were in power at centre for six years? She said the BJP first needs to free itself from the internal conflict among its leaders L K AdvaniRajnath Singh and Modi She reiterated her demand of imposition of Presidents rule in UP because of the deteriorated law and order situation and disturbance of communal harmony under the SP government. This record is especially remarkable when we take into account that Deepa has no control over her bladder and bowel movement and also has no control of her body beneath her chest.

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said.Mir Jafar? Our party cadre have got to know about him and they will take care of him? Mitra said at the Writers Buildings For all the latest DO NOT USE West Bengal News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ajay Khape Sandeep A Ashar | Pune | Published: May 28 2014 2:39 am The area under PMC’s jurisdiction would increase from 24384 sq km now to roughly 560 sq km Related News The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is set to surpass Mumbai as the biggest civic body in the state in terms of area with Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan clearing the controversial and long pending proposal to bring 34 fringe villages under its jurisdiction Once the merger is complete the area under PMC’s jurisdiction would increase from 24384 sq km now to roughly 560 sq km At present the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is the biggest corporation in the state with an area of 437 sq km Facing heat after the crushing defeat in the Lok Sabha polls in Maharashtra Chavan recently approved the proposal despite opposition from local Congressmen and a section of villagers The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) which also suffered a severe setback in the polls has been pushing for clearance to the proposal which was first considered way back in 1997 The NCP will reap maximum political benefits from the move since it already controls gram panchayats in a majority of the villages proposed to be merged Sources said their inclusion in the PMC limits would strengthen NCP’s political hold in the PMC while influencing market rates for properties in these villages The fringe villages proposed to be merged include Mhalunge Sus Bavdhan Kirkitwadi Pisoli Lohegaon (portion not already under the PMC) Kondhwe-Dhawade Kopre Nanded Khadakwasla Shivane Mundhwa Manjari Narhe Shivane Ambegaon (Budruk) Undri Dhayari Ambegaon (Khurd) Urali Devachi Mantarwadi Holkarwadi HandewadiWadachiwadi Shewalewadi Phursungi Yeolewadi Nandoshi Vadgaonsheri Mangdewadi Bhilarewadi Gujar Nimbalkarwadi Jambhulwadi and Kolewadi Following Chavan’s approval the state urban development (UD) department has approached the Election Commission to verify if the official notification in this regard can be immediately issued A model code of conduct is in place for the biennial Legislative Council polls from the Pune teachers and graduates constituencies The government notification would invite suggestions and objections from people Sources said villagers in at least eight out of the 34 villagers were opposed to the merger While most in the NCP are amenable to the move local Congressmen and opposition leaders had raised the demand for setting up of a new municipal corporation for these villages arguing that the PMC with its limited resources and manpower won’t be able to cope with the population and infrastructure burden that the merger would impose Conceding to the challenges a senior PMC official said the population served by the PMC would go up from 32 lakh at present to nearly 50 lakh following the merger Moreover he said the merger would also push up the water and sewerage treatment requirement and the need for more health and education facilities The PMC has already sought allocation of additional 1894 TMC water to cope with the changed scenario While the move is expected to fetch higher prices for properties in these regions it would also mean that the villagers would have to pay water and sewarage charges at higher rates “Under norms these villages will be given these services at subsidised rates for the first five years Thereafter they would be brought on par with the standard PMC rates for these services” said a senior UD official While the initial plan was to merge 28 villages six other villages were added with their gram panchayats backing the merger The government however hopes the merger would also help rein in illegal constructions in these villages A high-level state panel which looked into measures to curb rampant illegal constructions in rural areas had earlier recommended that proposals for merger of fringe areas with nearby municipalities must be encouraged For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Sonawala | Mumbai | Published: August 8 2013 3:43 am Related News Foreign students enrolling in state universities will now have to undergo stricter document verification The Mumbai University has laid down stringent rules to be followed by colleges while granting admission to students from other countries based on certain observations during meetings between its officials and the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) According to a July 15 circular by the university to its affiliated collegesit was observed that foreign students do not appear in person to secure admission Insteadthey send agents or middlemen Alsomany a timethey provide a hostel address but are not always found to be staying there ATS chief Rakesh Maria said they have instructed universities in the state to follow stricter document verification rules We were conducting a census of foreign students coming to Maharashtra for further studies We came across various cases where people come on tourist visas and enrol themselves for a course Many others with a student visa do not attend colleges regularly There were some who had no fixed residential addressmaking it difficult for us to keep track?999. 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