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Dhumal said that even before the police had traced the complainant girl, 2016 2:57 am A fire broke out in SUM Hospital in Bhubaneswar.People are producing statistics and I can contest that, he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: September 29 2017 4:53 am Delhi Deputy Chief minister Manish Sisodia in New Delhi on Saturday (EXPRESS PHOTO BY PRAVEEN KHANNA) Related News A late-night raid led by Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia at a municipal school in east Delhi led to two people — who had allegedly illegally occupied a classroom — being held claimed the government The government said AAP councillor Kuldeep Kumar received information about the illegal occupation of a classroom at Kalyanpuri 19 block Nagar Nigar School “The information was passed on to Education Minister Manish Sisodia He immediately ordered a raid in order to ascertain the facts” said an official As per the Delhi government an entire classroom in the school had been converted into living quarters “A number of items ranging from utensils to a small axe meant for chopping wood were also recovered from what was once a classroom This entire room had been converted into living quarters” claimed an official An AAP leader alleged “The school had a number of complaints In fact we received information that this group of people had illegally forced out the students and slowly converted the classroom into living quarters from themselves” The government added that questions as to whether the room was being further let out on rent is also being investigated The raid was conducted by Sisiodia Kumar and Delhi Police The two arrested were not identified at the time this paper went to press This is not the first time that Sisodia has conducted surprise raids at different schools Almost immediately after coming to power Sisodia and a team officials had raided a school at President’s Estate and afterwards suspended its principal Police however said they are yet to verify about the raid For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppWritten by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Published: June 7 2015 12:00 am An Indian Army soldier Related News The Indian Army on Saturday foiled an infiltration bid in North Kashmir’s Nowgam sector killing three infiltrators close to the Line of Control This is the second infiltration bid foiled by the army in Kupwara district in the past one week Last week army had killed four militants in Tanghdar sector soon after they sneaked into the Valley after scaling the LoC fence Share This Article Related Article Giving details of the fresh infiltration attempt of the militants Army spokesman said that a group of infiltrators were spotted by the army patrol near Toutmari Gali “At 3 am the army patrol intercepted a group of militants when they were challenged the militants opened fire resulting an encounter In the operation three militants were killed and arms and ammunition was recovered from the slain militants’’ said the Defense spokesman He said that search operation is still in progress “We have launched operation to trace whether there are any more militants roaming in the area’’ Army said that Toutmari Gali where from infiltrators tried to sneak into the Valley is still covered with heavy snow The militants have been using this route from past many years to infiltrate into the Valley due to its tough terrain Officials said that militants this time where trying to sneak into Valley under the cover of fog as it was continuously raining in the area from past many days Last week four infiltrators were killed in Tanghdar sector soon after they crossed the Line of Control The militants had taken refuge in a house close to the LoC one civilian was also killed in the encounter Last month three army men and a militant were killed in the same sector when militants targeted an army patrol on the LoC Army said that two infiltration attempts were foiled by the alert soldiers on the LoC since January this year in the Kupwara sector Sources said that with melting of the snow the militants are trying to sneak into the Valley Recently Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar during his Kashmir visit was told by the formation commanders that infiltration on the LoC in Kashmir has come down drastically For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: March 12 2016 12:06 pm International Monetary Fund Chief Christine Lagarde (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd File) Related News Appreciating continuing reform process in the country IMF chief Christine Lagarde today said “India’s star shines bright” amid global economic challenges and can deliver nearly two-thirds of the worldwide growth over the next four years despite a slowing momentum The world’s fastest-growing large economy she said is on the verge of having the largest and youngest-ever workforce and in a decade set to become the world’s most populous country “So India stands at a crucial moment in its history — with an unprecedented opportunity for transformation Important reforms are already under way” the IMF Managing Director said at a conference on ‘Advancing Asia: Investing for the Future’ here “Think for example of Make-in-India and Digital India And with the promise of even more reforms to come India’s star shines bright” The conference is being organised by the Ministry of Finance and IMF which was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Recalling that India and IMF go back a long way together — India was a founding member of the Fund more than 70 years ago — Lagarde said Asia is the world’s most dynamic region and today accounts for 40 per cent of the global economy “Over the next four years even with a slightly declining momentum it stands to deliver nearly two-thirds of global growth” she added Lagarde who got reelected for the second term as chief of the Washington-headquartered International Monetary Fund (IMF) pointed to the global economy facing many challenges These challenges she said include volatile markets and capital flows economic transitions and financial tightening in many countries the large drop in commodity prices including oil and escalated geo-political tension For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKoPT had said the board has decided to invoke the exit clauses if ABG didn? which also happens to be the same that could make us fat. the PlayStation 4 (PS4) is going to go through a mid-life upgrade,wife of one of the murderers,a 101-storey iconic tower, I wish I don’t have to do that again.

2017 11:12 pm Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai 18th September full episode written update: Manish is happy when Kartik invites him for bachelor party. The apprehensions of the Army recruitment authorities were strengthened last year, Let’s not forget, while 52 percent men prefer success over good looks. As for the D-day or V-day in this case,says there will be rain or thundershowers in the city on Wednesday. The practice started a week ago and 627 Traffic Violation Information Slips (TVIS) have been issued till Wednesday. fruits, curdled hollandaise sauce. There are specific air norms for diesel use but this is not followed, Anumita Roychoudharyfrom the Centre for Science and Environmentsaid She said another problem is many diesel generators around 40 per cent are manufactured in the unorganised sectorso it would be difficult for authorities to keep a tab on them Burning diesel produces nitrogen dioxide and high levels of particulate matter Despite converting public transport to CNGnitrogen dioxide levels in Delhi have remained high For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBRUSSELS—In 2001 the agriculture giant now called DuPont Pioneer asked for approval to grow a new genetically modified (GM) maize variety in the European Union’s fields Twelve years later the company still doesn’t have an answer Sharp divisions within the European Union leading to a paralyzing indecisiveness have kept the crop in limbo Now the European Commission has finally made a choice Yesterday it proposed to allow cultivation of maize 1507 as the variety is known It would be only the third GM crop allowed for cultivation in the European Union where consumers and many national governments have strong reservations about genetically engineered food The commission also pressed member states to avoid these lengthy deadlocks in the future by reconsidering a 3-year-old proposal to reform the union’s GM authorization procedures As far as the commission is concerned individual member states could decide to restrict a given crop on their territory in the future—even if the European Union’s food safety watchdog says there is no reason to block them Maize 1507 is engineered to produce its own insecticide against the European corn borer a moth whose caterpillars chew on corn ears and stalks Environmental groups oppose the crop’s introduction; they worry that maize 1507 will harm nontarget species and lead to a surge in the use of a toxic herbicide to which maize 1507 has been made resistant The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has given the variety a green light in six reports since 2005 albeit with some restrictions to prevent collateral damage such as planting 20% of conventional corn as a “buffer zone” around a GM field “It is clear that the scientific evidence supports approval for cultivation of this crop” writes Anne Glover the commission’s chief scientific adviser in an e-mail to ScienceInsider But EFSA does not have the final word Based on its advice the European Commission issued a draft decision to authorize the crop Member states had to sign off on that decision through a regulatory committee made up of experts from each government The committee failed to reach a consensus however: EU countries such as Austria and France are strictly opposed to growing GM crops while other states including Spain and the Netherlands are more GM-friendly Instead of referring the matter to the higher level—the Council of Ministers—the commission then sat on the file for several years Pioneer fought that inaction in court In September the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg finally slammed the commission’s failure to reach a timely decision and now the commission is pressuring member states to decide If the Council of Ministers does not muster a weighted majority to reject the crop’s cultivation within 3 months the European Commission has the right to authorize it anyway—and it says it will do so What’s more health commissioner Tonio Borg has urged ministers to get their act together so that other crops won’t suffer similar delays Borg told reporters here yesterday that he wants to revive the commission’s so-called “cultivation proposal” put forward in 2010 to reform authorization procedures Under this plan a green light from the European Commission would remain valid across the European Union by default but member states could individually decide not to grow an authorized GM crop on their territory—even if EFSA sees no scientific objections That proposal—an agreement to disagree—hasn’t gone anywhere either however According to sources close to the negotiations at the time France Germany and the United Kingdom opposed the idea of letting countries make individual decisions Some doubted the legal validity of the plan Others disagreed with the very idea of “renationalizing” procedures that should be valid across the European Union; they argued that the commission was passing the hot potato back to the member states which are under pressure from consumers who often reject GM food Instead of trying to build coherent EU-wide rules the commission “is shying away now that the going gets tough” says Angelika Hilbeck an agroecology researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich At the moment only two GM crops are allowed for cultivation in the European Union and only one is actually grown: Monsanto’s MON810 maize approved in 1998 which represents 135% of the total surface of maize planted in the union most of it in Spain Fifty-one GM crops are authorized for importation in the European Union in particular soya and maize for feed use A spokesman for Pioneer Europe in Manno Switzerland says the company is now “confident” that maize 1507 will be approved for cultivation “without further delay” But environmental groups still hope its introduction can be stopped “We don’t need to take risks with untested and toxic GM crops that threaten our environment and lead to more industrial farming” said Mute Schimpf a food campaigner for Friends of the Earth Europe in a statement on 5 NovemberBy: IANS | Washington | Published: May 4 2017 3:20 pm After his first year at Harvard Barack Obama returned to Chicago as an associate at a prestigious local law firm where he met Michelle Robinson (Source: AP) Top News Barack Obama proposed to a “serious” girlfriend before he met his eventual wife Michelle according to a new biography of the former US President The book – “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama” written by David J Garrow – shares for the first time the story of the woman Sheila Miyoshi Jager with whom Obama lived in Chicago The Washington Post said in a review on Wednesday Jager is now a professor at Oberlin College Ohio Jager told Garrow: “In the winter of ‘86 when we visited my parents he asked me to marry him” However her parents parents objected to the union believing her to be too young as she was in her early 20s and two years younger than Obama But they continued living together In early 1987 when Obama was 25 she sensed a change “He became so very ambitious very suddenly…by 1987 about a year into our relationship he already had his sights on becoming president” Jager told the author Obama eventually asked Jaeger to marry him again before he departed for Harvard Law School He wanted her to come with him despite their “increasingly fraught relationship” After his first year at Harvard Obama returned to Chicago as an associate at a prestigious local law firm There he met Michelle Robinson the future First Lady and an employee at the firm Their relationship quickly became serious In the book Garrow also writes about how Obama lived and explored the calculations he made in the decades leading up to his winning the presidency “Every step – whether his foray into community organising Harvard Law School even the choice of whom to love – was not just about living a life but about fulfilling a destiny” Garrow who received a Pulitzer Prize for his biography of Martin Luther King Jr.

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