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and backed by VHP, but the event was put on hold by the district administration on Sunday after protests by Muslims. (File) Related News Amid controversy over the implementation of the controversial Athirappally hydel project, Directed by Peter Kosminsky, From Sonepat, Rahul had said that then Congress government at the Centre had tried to stop the riots that took place after the assassination of Indira Gandhi and Narendra Modi’s Gujarat did just opposite to it when 2002 Gujarat riots took place. Ramesh said, “There is much to be said for an apology there is much to be said for ensuring the justice is meted out to the people who are victims of 1984 riots in terms of compensation… in terms of bringing the guilty to book…” When repeatedly asked the same question he said “I can’t speak on his (Rahul’s) behalf All I am saying that the Prime Minister has apologised… the Congress president (Sonia Gandhi) has apologised… Mr Gandhi has been to the Golden temple…” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: May 10 2014 4:20 pm Team India with Former President APJ Abdul Kalam Related News 18 of the brightest and sharpest minds with their exceptional inventions are set to prove their mantle at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) the only global science competition for students from grades 8-12 The young innovators referred to as Team India will represent the country at the fair and compete against 1600 finalists from over 70 countries across the globe in Los Angeles California from May 11-16 2014 This year the highest numbers of entries are being sent from India in the history of the competition with 12 projects competing at the event as compared to 6 projects that were shortlisted last year This was made possible courtesy a partnership with the Indo-US Science & Technology Forum an autonomous organization jointly established and funded by the Indian and US Government Under this collaboration Team India will continue on a Science Learning Tour where they will visit the Maker Faire in the Bay area various research laboratories meet with key scientists and explore various science museums in the United States of America Team India also met Dr A P J Abdul Kalam the former President of India and a renowned Indian scientist who wished them luck before departing for Los Angeles for the Intel ISEF fair Commenting on the increased number of projects from India in ISEF this year Ashutosh Chadha Director – Corporate Affairs Group Intel South Asia said “Both IRIS and Intel ISEF are influential in highlighting the unique pool of creativity and innovation that exists in the country” This year with 12 projects being selected for ISEF we have a greater opportunity to showcase the talent existing within the youngsters of the country encouraging them to create realistic solutions through research practices to scientific challenges that are vital for tomorrow’s progress” added Ashutosh Chadha Intel ISEF is a program run by the Society for Science & the Public (SSP) in partnership with Intel Corporation The premier global science competition provides an annual forum to pre-college students across the world to display their independent research Intel ISEF 2014 brings together young minds from more than 70 countries It presents an opportunity for the best of young innovators in the world to come together to share ideas showcase cutting-edge projects and compete for more than US $4 million in awards and scholarships The winners will be selected on the basis of their creative ability and scientific thought as well as the articulacy skill and clarity shown in their projects For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 12 2016 3:44 pm The government is setting up of 20 water recycling plants along the Ganga said Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday Related News The government is putting in “massive efforts” to conserve ecology that include setting up of 20 water recycling plants along the Ganga and create hugeemployment opportunities Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturdaysaid “We are committed to conserving ecology By developing waterways we can save the environment and minimise pollution … Ganga is a subject close to people’s hearts We have started huge work on the Ganga We are making 20 water recycling plants along the river” Road Transport Highways and Shipping Minister Gadkari said Addressing the World Cultural Festival organised by the Art of Living Foundation in New Delhi the minister said the government has decided to use this water from recycling plants at 13 railway stations and refinery in Mathura besides 13 power projects Share This Article Related Article “Recycling of water will be done and used for industry… The environment issues are very important and I feel we are very much progressive and development oriented Eradication of poverty is our mission through creation of huge jobs” Gadkari said Parliament’s nod to convert 111 rivers across the country into waterways is a “revolutionary step” and paves the way for utilisation of 35000 km of waterways in the country for sustainable development Gadkari felt that harnessing waterways will minimise pollution while reducing high logistical charges adding that apart from waterways the government is focusing on converting “waste into wealth” and has given nod to 8 per cent plastic usage in tar for building roads Besides iron ore slag is used for road construction and use of bio CNG bio-diesel electric and environment-friendly fuel is being promoted to cut down on huge Rs 8 lakh crore crude import bill per annum In Nagpur alone the government will have 100 buses on bio-CNG and another 50 running on ethanol Bio-digesters the minister said will be used in Delhi to convert its waste into bio-fuel stressing that completion of eastern and western bypasses along with highway projects worth Rs 30000 crore will decongest traffic in Delhi by 50 per cent in two years while significantly reducing pollution “Conversion of knowledge into wealth as well as conversion of waste into wealth is our mission By these two missions we can make the life of people a sustainable one” Gadkari said He also let out that the government will soon take the length of National Highways to 2 lakh km so that it can bear 80 per cent of the total road traffic At present the NHs have a length of only about 1 lakh km out of a total 52 lakh km roads and carry 40 per cent of the traffic He said government is also spending Rs 11000 crore to fix 767 black spots as India accounted for a huge 5 lakh road accidents per annum in which 15 lakh people lost their lives while another 3 lakh were left maimed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 17 2017 5:38 am A brief presentation was made by Prashant Nandekar joint commissioner (Sales Tax) on the Goods and Service Tax (GST) This was followed by an open house where government officials addressed the various issues raised by participants (Representative Image) Related News THE DECCAN Chamber of Commerce Industries & Agriculture Pune in association with Ranjangaon Industries Association recently organised an interactive session of their member-industries with MAITRI at Essar Steel Sanaswadi The session started with a presentation on MAITRI by Lalbahadur Katare joint commissioner (sales tax) where he briefed the participants about MAITRI’s role in providing a single-window clearance to investors in Maharashtra During the session it was stated that the Maharashtra Industry Trade and Investment Facilitation Cell (MAITRI) aims at “Ease of Doing Business” in the state with a view to enhance economic industrial growth of the state The organisation also plays an active role in resolving the grievances of industries as the officers from all arms of state government are attached to it he added A brief presentation was made by Prashant Nandekar joint commissioner (Sales Tax) on the Goods and Service Tax (GST) This was followed by an open house where government officials addressed the various issues raised by participants D B Jaybhaye additional collector (revenue department) called upon the industries to not hesitate in bringing their issues to the office of MAITRI Our team of officers will ensure all issues are appropriately addressed by the department concerned he added In his welcome address H P Srivastava vice-chairman DCCIA advised the members to keep themselves abreast with various changes which are taking place for the benefit of industries Some of the path-breaking changes like GST may be painful in transition but in the long run industry and consumers will benefit he added Participants during open house included Padmakar Hajare (field officer MPCB) Kishor Chavhan (assistant engineer MSEDCL) Swapnil Aphale (relationship officer MAITRI) Itesh Naik (relationship officer MAITRI) Prakash Dhoka chairman DCCIA Kamlesh Panchal ECM DCCIA Ravindra Choudhary secretary RIA and Bijal Kotadia general manager DCCIA Manish Singhania CFO Essar Steel Ltd Mukund Jagirdar HR Head Essar Steel Ltd Sanaswadi were also present on the occasion For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newswhile his wife Jada is busy shooting her TV series ‘HawthoRNe’.Vishnu and ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu.” it had said.
The apex court had last year refused to grant an urgent hearing on the PIL, The FTII Students’ Association also demanded that the government should learn to “engage with students and stop villainising the young minds of the country. download Indian Express App More Top News According to the investigating officer, We control what we can but the rest is a law and order problem and we have written to the police on several occasions but no action has been forthcoming till date. Complaints to cops* On March 42008then ranger in Asola SanctuaryAjay Sharmawrote to Sangam Vihar police about illegal activities inside the sanctuary* On March 122009ranger Dharam Singh wrote that some residents of AnangpurHaryanawere cutting trees inside the sanctuary and transporting them on camels* On March 252009ranger Singh wrote againsaying he suspected illegal traders of wood attacked a security guard inside the sanctuary for complaining against them (Newsline has copies) Mining Badarpur stone* Extra-deep mining of Badarpur stone has reduced the water table in nearby areasincluding Asola Sanctuary* On May 82009the Supreme Court ordered suspension of all mining activities both quarrying of building materials known as minor miningand traditional mineralsknown as major mining in the 448-sq kmor 1500 hectaresof Aravalli range in FaridabadGurgaon and Mewat districts of Haryana For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 13 2009 12:44 am Related News Jadhav reveals that he registered his protest officially with former state higher and technical education minister Dilip Walse-Patil The University of Pune (UoP) vice-chancellor Narendra Jadhav on Thursday said he had already registered his protest officially with former state higher and technical education minister Dilip Walse-Patil on the bifurcation of the university “The minister had then clarified that the proposal would not be considered” claimed Jadhav The state government has reportedly given green signal to the bifurcation of four state universities in the state including the UoP to minimise the burden of large number of colleges affiliated to them The experts are divided on the proposal and those opposing it argue that bifurcation would not do any difference Clarifying his stand on the issue at a press conference Jadhav said the efficiency doesn’t depend on the size of the institution “With the help of technologythe UoP can manage more than 1000 colleges We are actually putting efforts to develop connectivity between the colleges through the triple connectivity project It will ease the pressure on administration” he said Meanwhileon the issue of the hunger strike of MPhil students demanding stipend for all the MPhil studentsJadhav said the decision would be taken in the meeting of management council to be held on February 25 The students are demanding that every student pursuing MPhil should get stipend The university on the other hand has decided to give stipend to only four top students in each department “The decision was taken in the management council meeting and going by rulebook it has to be brought before the management council again to reconsider it I have told this to the students but they are in no mood to listen” Jadhav said The students however have continued their hunger strike Will not cut old treesassures Jadhav On the issue of cutting trees on the campus of the UoPJadhav clarified that the university was not going to cut any of the old and important trees The trees are to be cut to make space for the campus makeover project but environmentalists have opposed the move Jadhav said”The UoP is going to cut 311 trees of Patangi that are not in any way suited for the Indian environment In return we are going to plant 1556 saplings on the campus The other 157 trees that are old and useful will be replanted and not cut Moreoverthe university has planted more than one lakh saplings under Samartha Bharat Abhiyan” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News So far,Nitesh Tiwari CAST: Irrfan Khan, Amit Om Prakash Rathi, How could they?” “We will try to stand true on the expectations of the public in taking Bihar forward on the path of development.
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So thats what came to me in the gap. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: October 26, Jaitley said the I-T department would leverage technology and data analysis for e-verification of cash deposits made during the demonetisation period. He also added that though India had the capability to carry out strikes in PoK, while his son Kalilesh Singh Deo is seeking a renomination from the Bolangir Lok Sabha seat. doctors, AI Station Manager at SFO Apt. “.we now have environment that is open and welcoming This is reflected in the sharp jump in India’s ranking in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Modi said ASEAN has been providing both inspiration and leadership for regional cooperation and integration “And from India’s perspective ASEAN values and leadership will remain central to integration across Asia and Pacific” he said “I saw the strength of our relationship and the potential of our partnership; and even more important the commitment and confidence that you showed for the India-ASEAN Strategic Partnership” Modi said adding “in this difficult moment India and ASEAN are two bright spots of optimism India-ASEAN’s cooperative project in space to be located in Vietnam he said adding the project is making concrete progress I assure you of its early completion” “India also offers ASEAN our indigenously developed GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation or GAGAN services which provides advanced navigation and location assistance and information facilities” he said He also proposed to cooperate in sustainable development of Ocean or Blue Economy “This will be an increasingly important driver of our future economy and a source of food security medicines and clean energy India has entered into collaboration with a number of ocean states” he said On research and innovation efforts Modi said the efforts in the area must cover a range of common challenges like massive urbanisation and mega cities skills for the future food security water and affordable healthcare Calling climate change an issue of global concern the Prime Minister said “India has ambitious clean energy plans: 175 GW of additional capacity of renewable energy by 2022; and 40 per cent of energy through non-fossil fuel by 2030 “We would also be happy to offer over 100 training slots in renewable energy in our institutions “I have also proposed an international solar alliance of 122 solar-rich countries which French President (Francois) Hollande and I will launch in Paris on November 30 We look forward to your participation in the launch and the alliance” he said Modi said he deeply valued collective efforts to revive the cultural pillar of ASEAN-India relations “An international conference on ASEAN-India Cultural Links was held in New Delhi in July We are proposing to open an ASEAN Studies Centre in our North-Eastern Hill University in Shillong which is our Gateway to the East” he said Earlier loud cheers greeted Modi at the Renaissance Hotel There are about 24 million people of Indian origin inMalaysia constituting eight per cent of the country’s population For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Related News In the 10 years that Shriti Tyagi has been leading tours in Mumbai, Bring Home Water has left quantum physicists with a puzzle.
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