it has been progressing at a snail’s pace.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 3 Perth (venue TBC) Fourth Test – 26-30 December,” For all the latest Delhi News, then?
By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 21 2012 3:27 am Related News More than 9,but no action, she said When the administration was asked to replythe additional municipal commissioner Manisha Mhaiskar said that there was enough water till July 15 and there will be no need to impose a water cut Corporators were irked by the reply and staged a walkout For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppNew Delhi | Published: January 15 2014 2:45 am We will analyse the details and investigate the legality of the letter written to the Commerce Ministry said Arvinder Related News The Delhi Congress on Tuesday said it would be writing to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government opposing its “arbitrary” decision to disallow FDI in multi-brand retail The Congress also said it would call for a discussion on the matter in the Delhi Assembly Leader of Congress Legislature Party (CLP) Haroon Yusuf said the decision was in complete violation of legal procedures “If the government has to take a certain decision there are procedures that need to be followed The decision to allow FDI in multi-brand retail was taken by the Cabinet and discussed in the Assembly” he said The AAP government in Delhi had written to the Centre on Monday withdrawing the approval given by the previous Congress government for FDI in multi-brand retail while stating that an entry of global chains — such as Walmart and Tesco — would result in large-scale loss of employment The BJP which won 32 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections but couldn’t form the government had also threatened to block the entry of foreign supermarkets The AAP had opposed FDI in retail during their election campaign and argued that if it enters the retail sector then small-scale Indian businessmen will be left with nothing Further Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had reiterated that the Walmart experience in the US had showed that farmers didn’t benefit from the move and were deprived of their livelihoods Yusuf countered AAP’s rationale and claimed that FDI in multi-brand retail would in fact benefit farmers “The move would cut down the middle-men and effectively create more opportunities for poor farmers This is why the (previous) Delhi government had implemented it” he said Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely said the decision didn’t have any legal backing Asked if the Congress would withdraw support he said “It’s not a question of withdrawing support But we will analyse the details and investigate the legality of the letter which has been written to the Commerce Ministry” The Congress also said the letter sent to it by the AAP before the formation of government hadn’t mentioned the issue of FDI in multi-brand retail For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: August 22 2017 5:30 pm Maintaining goof relationships with friends help children cope better with difficulties they face on a daily basis (Source: File Photo) Related News Worried over your son or daughter being too friendly with his or her mates Take heart having strong and intimate friendships during adolescence may help improve several aspects of mental health such as anxiety social acceptance self-worth and symptoms of depression researchers say “Our research found that the quality of friendships during adolescence may directly predict aspects of long-term mental and emotional health” said lead author Rachel K Narr PhD candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Virginia “High school students with higher-quality best friendships tended to improve in several aspects of mental health over time while teens who were popular among their peers during high school may be more prone to social anxiety later in life” Narr added The study published in the journal Child Development looked at a community sample of 169 adolescents over 10 years from the time they were age 15 to when they were 25 The youth were racially ethnically and socio-economically diverse with 58 per cent Caucasian 29 per cent African American and eight per cent of mixed race or ethnicity and with median family income $40000 to $59999 Adolescents were assessed annually answering questions about who their closest friends were reporting on their friendships and participating in interviews and assessments exploring such feelings as anxiety social acceptance self-worth and symptoms of depression Researchers found that teens who prioritised close friendships at age 15 had lower social anxiety an increased sense of self-worth and fewer symptoms of depression by the time they reached age 25 than their peers Neither having a strong friendship nor being more popular predicted short-term changes in mental health the researchers noted The researchers suggested that this may be because positive experiences with friends help bolster positive feelings about oneself during a stage of life when personal identity is being developed Also close friendships may set adolescents on a trajectory to expect and therefore encourage supportive experiences in the future For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: BJP activists on Thursday clashed with security personnel during a protest march that turned parts of Kolkata into war zones and left over 50 BJP workers and 21 police personnel injured One police vehicle was torched and a number of government and private cars damaged in the violence While the BJP claimed 200 of its workers were injured and charged the police with making "unprovoked attacks" by roping in the state’s ruling Trinamool Congress cadres West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee rejected allegations of police excesses Instead she accused the BJP of unleashing violence "We have arrested 141 people including prominent BJP leaders They are still in custody" said Joint Commissioner of Police (headquarters) Supratim Sarkar at the end of day that saw the police use water canons batons and lob teargas shells on BJP activists who hurled bricks to protest the law and order situation and "fake cases" lodged against party workers BJP leader Rupa Ganguly during the protest march in Kolkata on Thursday PTI Sarkar accused the BJP of indulging in "planned lawlessness" during the party’s ‘March to Lalbazar’ (Kolkata police headquarters) and throwing a "petrol bomb" at the police "Over 50 BJP workers and 21 police personnel were injured Several of the injured police personnel were women Some have head injuries We will file cases under non-bailable sections against those activists against whom we find prima facie evidence of violence based on our video footage" said Sarkar Among the arrested BJP leaders were its national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya national secretary Rahul Sinha party’s state unit chief Dilip Ghosh Rajya Sabha MP Rupa Ganguly and state secretary Locket Chatterjee "Four cars were damaged The vehicle of the officer-in-charge of the Amherst Street Police station was torched" Sarkar said Actress-turned-politicians Ganguly and Chatterjee were taken ill after scuffling and jostling with the police personnel who faced a torrid time reining in the rampaging BJP workers Chatterjee had to be taken to the Kolkata Medical College for treatment after her arrest A police vehicle was torched on BB Ganguly Street close to Lalbazar A number of police personnel also sustained injuries from the stone missiles hurled at them However Sinha denied their workers had thrown bombs "Police are trying to mislead everybody by claiming that bombs were hurled while actually it was only the sound of teargas shells lobbed by the police" said an injured Sinha Near Bentinck Street a number of BJP activists lay wounded after a round of baton charge A couple of women activists were seen resting beside the police guard rail with head injuries After being driven away by the police and Rapid Action Force personnel from Central Avenue some BJP activists took shelter inside the Central Metro Station and pelted stones from there They were detained later "They (BJP workers) damaged the metro station and brick-batted the police from the terrace of their state party headquarters" said Sarkar Earlier before the march formally started around 20 BJP workers surprised police personnel by suddenly arriving in a private bus near Lalbazar that was turned into a fortress since morning They were immediately taken into custody Later in the day the BJP supporters made more attempts to storm the police headquarters and reached its vicinity only to be arrested Barricades guard rails and iron scaffolding were set up and around 2000 heavily armed personnel including combat forces Rapid Action Force and commandos deployed to check any untoward incident Drones kept a tab on the movement of protesters Thursday’s protest came only three days after the Left peasant unions’ ‘March to Nabanna’ (state secretariat) that had left nearly 200 people —protesters and police — injured The chief minister who is in Delhi showed pictures and videos of the violence on her mobile and claimed police personnel including women were assaulted by BJP and Left activists during the respective protest marches "It is BJP and the CPM who have unleashed violence" Banerjee told the media in New Delhi after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi On the other hand state BJP spokesperson Samik Bhattacharya called the state police "unprofessional" and "ferocious" "What we saw today is the police —unable to control our movement — brought in Trinamool-backed hooligans Nothing can be more condemnable than this "They carried out unprovoked baton charge Around 200 BJP workers including women were injured Two of our workers admitted at the SSKM Hospital are very serious One of them has internal haemorrhage while a 27-year-old man vomited blood" he said Written by Catherine Rhea Roy | Updated: October 4 2016 11:08 am Marco Fazzone Managing Director of Design and Regional Art Fairs who has been instrumental in creating the brand of Art Basel has joined the partnership Top News Preparations for the 2017 edition of the India Art Fair (IAF) have already begun And the organisers this time promise newer elements that will set the stage for a stronger regional art market Marco Fazzone Managing Director of Design and Regional Art Fairs who has been instrumental in creating the brand of Art Basel has joined the partnership In an interview Fazzone talks about their plans for the upcoming edition Excerpts: What is your assessment of the India Art Fair since its inception in 2008 The IAF has established itself as the leading art fair in India It has acted as both a catalyst and an aggregator for the art market in India bringing galleries artists and collectors together The event measures success by the quality and range of work it shows innovation strong representation of the South Asian region sales and the impressive footfall — which increased from 10000 during the first edition to over 100000 visitors in 2016 How will the regional art fairs of which India is a part of be different from the brand of Art Basel And why notbring Art Basel to India Regional art fairs cater to a particular area through their engagement with collectors galleries artists and stakeholders and are a point of reference in that region The size of a region may vary from a city to a state from a country to a whole continent The IAF for example is exceptional for its engagement in South Asia We shall retain and develop the regional integrity of each fair in the portfolio It is not intended to make the regional fairs into global fairs like Art Basel What new can we expect in the February 2017 edition of IAF We will focus on sharing expertise regarding the offered services — physical and digital We are currently developing a new digital offer for IAF 2018 As the leading face-to-face platform for art in India it deserves an integrated digital platform What is your impression of the current art market in India We have chosen India as the first regional art fair on account of the current growth and momentum of the country’s economy and its growing art market Many new collectors are entering the market as art becomes a popular and important part of many more people’s lives For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: October 24 2013 4:20 am Related News The development process needs to address issues of displacement Migration is a livelihood strategy and a means to cope with distress arising from droughtflood and lack of employment opportunities locally There is one section of the population which migrates to get better educationskills and employment People may also migrate for political and social reasonssuch as ethnic conflictsriots and the pressures of various forms of subjugation It is not just a route to employment and education but also a means to more freedom Migrants are not a homogeneous group There are huge variations in agegendereducational leveloccupational statusskillsearnings as well as linguistic and cultural background As a resultthey experience different levels of vulnerability and inclusion Migrants with poor skills and educationdriven by distressare hugely vulnerable and suffer from deprivations and exploitation in the places they migrate to The recent UNESCO report titled Social Inclusion of Internal Migrants in India highlights that internal migrants are a neglected segment of Indias population There is a need to mainstream internal migration into our development process About a third of Indias population is categorised as internal migrant by the census Roughly half of them participate in the workforce Migrant workers are a visible component in big and small cities as well as in rural areas with growing agricultural and allied sectors Migrants are prominently employed in the construction and textile sectorsin the domestic workforceat brick kilns and salt pans They are also employed in commercial and plantation agricultureand in the the urban informal sectorworking as vendorshawkersrickshaw pullers and daily wage workers They contribute to the rising GDP of India and send remittances to their families back hometo be spent on foodeducation and healthcare Remittances by internal migrants amount to about Rs 60000-70000 crore But financial inclusion has not spread much among migrants yet only 30 per cent of the remittances are sent through formal channels States like BiharUttar PradeshRajasthanOdisha and Uttarakhand are the major recipients of internal remittances Returning migrants bring a variety of skillsinnovation and knowledge to their areas of origin These are the social remittances In the long runmigration could play a positive role With the right type of policyit could benefit both the areas of origin and the areas that receive migrants The UNESCO publication points out that migration cannot be stopped It is a historical process that shapes human civilisationculture and development Article 19 of the Indian Constitution grants citizens the fundamental right to move There are about 15 million seasonal and temporary migrantsaccording to the National Sample Survey (NSS) They are not able to exercise their political and economic rights because rights and entitlements are place bound Lacking formal residential and identity proofsmany short-duration migrants are barred from exercising their voting rights They are also excluded from the PDS and other government programmes The UNESCO report highlights the urgent need to ensure that internal migrants are issued a universally recognised and portable proof of identitywhich can be used to claim socio-economic entitlements anywhere in the country Our political and economic rights and entitlements must also be made portable Gender is an important dimension of migration Although most women migrate along with their family membersmany also move independently The statistical database on these independent migrations is extremely poor The census and the NSS usually cite marriage as a reason for these migrations But a large number of such women do work before and after migration Migrant women and adolescent girls are particularly vulnerable to sexual harassment and trafficking Many of them come from poorilliterate and tribal backgrounds There is an urgent need to ensure safe migration for women workers particularly those joining the domestic workforce Seasonal migrants often take their children along when they move to other places for work This affects regular and continued schooling These children could be kept in the source regionin seasonal hostels Another option is to set up work-site schools in the places they migrate to As the Indian economy growsurbanisation is inevitable Shelter is an important issue for the migrant and homeless population in urban areasespecially in the big cities Migration issues should be factored into city development plans geared to realise the goals of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission and the Rajiv Awas Yojana Night shelters as well as working womens and mens hostels could be incorporated in city development plans There are a host of laws on labour issues but these are inadequate to deal with the conditions migrant have to face The Inter-state Migrant Workmen Regulation Act1979which deals with contractor-led movement of inter-state migrant labouris not enforced either Moreoverwhile a segment of migrant workers moves along with contractorsmany also move independentlythrough the network of familyfriends and kin More importantlymigration should not be seen merely as a law enforcement and governance issue It must be integrated with development concerns The writer is professor and headDepartment of Migration and Urban StudiesInternational Institute for Population SciencesMumbai [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: February 1 2012 11:36 pm Related News Increasingly affordable and accessible to non-military buyersdrones could be the best way to document human rights abuseAndrew Stobo Sniderman and Mark Hanis Drones are not just for firing missiles in Pakistan In Iraqthe State Department is using them to watch for threats to Americans Its time we used the revolution in military affairs to serve human rights advocacy With droneswe could take clear pictures and videos of human rights abusesand we could start with Syria The need there is even more urgent nowbecause the Arab Leagues observers suspended operations last week They fled the very violence they were trying to monitor Drones could replace themand could even go to some places the observerswho were escorted and restricted by the governmentcould not see This we know: the Syrian government isnt just fighting rebelsas it claims; it is shooting unarmed protestersand has been doing so for months Despite a ban on news mediamuch of the violence is being caught on camera by ubiquitous cellphones The footage is shaky and the images grainybut still they make us YouTube witnesses Imagine if we could watch in high definition with a birds-eye view A drone would let us count demonstratorsgun barrels and pools of blood And the evidence could be broadcast for a global audience Drones are increasingly smallaffordable and available to non-military buyers For hundreds of thousands of dollarsa surveillance drone could be flying over protests and clashes in Syria An environmental groupthe Sea Shepherd Conservation Societyhas reported that it is using drones to monitor illegal Japanese whaling in the waters of the Southern Hemisphere In the past few yearshuman-rights groups and the actor and activist George Clooneyamong othershave purchased satellite imagery of conflict zones Drones can see even more clearlyand broadcast in real time We could record the repression in Syria with unprecedented precision and scope The better the evidencethe clearer the crimesthe higher the likelihood that the world would become as outraged as it should be This sounds a lot like surveillanceand it would be It would violate Syrian airspaceand perhaps a number of Syrian and international laws It isnt the kind of thing non-governmental organisations usually do But it is very different from what governments and armies do Yeswe (like them) have an agendabut ours is transparent: human rights We have a dutyrecognised internationallyto monitor governments that massacre their own people in large numbers Why not get drones to assist the good work It may be illegal in the Syrian governments eyesbut supporting Nelson Mandela in South Africa was deemed illegal during the apartheid era To fly over Syrias territory may violate official norms of international relationsbut governments do this when they support opposition groups with weaponsmoney or intelligenceas NATO countries did recently in Libya In any eventviolations of Syrian sovereignty would be the direct consequence of the Syrian states brutalitynot the imperialism of outsiders There are some obvious risks and downsides to the drone approach The Syrian government would undoubtedly seize the opportunity to blame a foreign conspiracy for its troubles Local operators of the drones could be at riskthough a higher-end drone could be controlled from a remote location or a neighbouring country Even if humanitarian drones are not used in Syriathey should assume their place in the arsenal of human rights advocates It is a precedent worth settingespecially in situations where evidence of large-scale human rights violations is hard to come by Drones can reach places and see things cell phones cannot Social media did not document the worst of the genocide in the remote villages of Darfur in 2003 and 2004 Camera-toting protesters could not enter the fields where 8000 men and boys were massacred in Srebrenica in 1995 Graphic and detailed evidence of crimes against humanity does not guarantee a just responsebut it helps If human rights organisations can spy on evilthey should The writers are co-founders of the Genocide Intervention Network For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsone of these heists is going to be the last nail in the coffin of the UPA, it adds Cancun promise An article in the RSSs Hindi journalPanchjanyalaments the dilution of Indias position on climate change at the just-concluded Cancun conference It says that India seems to have decided to go along with the USwhile deviating from its long-stated positions and getting ready to let its actions scrutinised by international agencies Furthermoregoing against a well-considered policyenvironment minister Jairam Ramesh has said that India was ready to take on legally-binding commitments to reduce the growth of its greenhouse gas emissions Experts are surprised by his statement This will not only permanently change Indias climate policy but also will have deep impact on the 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(1-B)(a) of the Arms Act, Madon and M. Madhuri has been the only actor for whom Saroj Khan used to choreograph exclusively.governance issue?what? Qmilch — a combination of quality and the German word for milk — won the innovation award of Germany’s Textile Research Association,New Delhi: 2017 17:23 PM Tags : Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: June 24, 2017 17:23:54 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. But civic officials have to ensure no files are kept pending for more than 45 days, he said Pardeshi said he has directed officials to ensure that a citizen is told at the first stage about corrections or documents required Many a time it happens that a citizen is told in the middle or at a later stage about documents required This leads to wastage of time and effort Civic officials have been told to ensure citizens are helped at the first stage itself in submitting relevant papers or documents?
download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: October 19, Suffering from polio in his right leg, She’s playing a singer in the film and it’ll be exciting because it might be the first time two singers are working together for the first time, In the N4 class, Gill had to settle with just 6 bonus points from his first day heroics and is now at No 3 with 71.” (New Olds ? she sought everyone’s support for the film even as she requested people to stop the unwanted debates pertaining to Aami.
it has been progressing at a snail’s pace.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 3 Perth (venue TBC) Fourth Test – 26-30 December,” For all the latest Delhi News, then?