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rich fathers of good-looking daughters flagging off races,Leena Jauhri has been shifted as Secretary, The civic body spends around Rs 1 crore every year to treat waste water. Asked about the money realised by the state government by selling gauchar land to industries, The archaic concept of wakf for the settler’s limitless generations is out of tune with the social and economic circumstances of our time. consisting of 20 acts, The incident took place around 8 am when a mini-bus of St John? “Damadamm”, And it’s dangerous.senior police officers had even checked our safety gear before allowing us to perform the stunts, said Rahula member of A2B For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLudhiana | Updated: April 4 2014 10:41 am One girl was found to be suffering from about 20% burns while the other girl in separate case got 15% burns Related News Police have arrested two persons in two separate cases of acid attack which happened on Tuesday and Wednesday A 16-year-old boy of Phallewal village wanted to marry 16-year-old Harneet Kaur Both were classmates and when the later said no the boy threw acid on her back while she was moving out of her house on Wednesday It injured her back and legs She is taking treatment from Civil Hospital Ludhiana Inquiry officer Amarpreet Kaur said they arrested the minor boy from his house and he confessed to the crime She said that both were earlier studying at the same school and hence were in touch with each other She lived with her grandmother Amarjeet Kaur who said the boy had been teasing the girl for quite some time and he attacked her with acid on Wednesday The girl was immediately rushed to civil hospital where she was found to be suffering from about 20% burns In another case Khanna police had booked three persons for attacking one 18-year-old girl two days back when she was standing on the roof of her house She suffered injuries on her face and neck and was rushed to Rajindera Medical College and Hospital Patiala She was also stated to be suffering from about 15% burns Since her face and neck were injured attempt to murder charges were added in the FIR On investigations it was found that instead of three only one person had attacked the girl and he was identified as Harinandan a close relative of the girl He was arrested by Khanna police on Tuesday Information revealed that he wanted to marry her but the family and the girl were not interested as they were relatives In December last year Barnala-based Harpreet Kaur was attacked in a Ludhiana parlour as she was getting ready on her wedding day The girl had later succumbed to injuries in a Mumbai hospital For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 21 2017 11:20 pm Rajeshwari Gayakwad was instrumental in India’s decimation of New Zealand (Source: Reuters) Related News Sachin Tendulkar has been introducing the members of the Indian women’s cricket team that are playing in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 He has thus far put up posts for captain Mithali Raj Jhulan Goswami Deepti Sharma and Harmanpret Kaur His latest post is for Rajeshwari Gayakwad “A small-town girl from Bijapur who was lucky enough to have a father who loved sports and encouraged all his children to play” said Sachin in the post “Shivanand Gayakwad your father is your source of inspiration and encouragement Rajeshwari I’m sure you will be that same source of inspiration for many young men and women to come Well played Come on #TeamIndia All the best #WomenInBlue @unicef @icc #CricketForGood” Sachin Tendulkar has put a up a series of sorts describing in brief the players’ backgrounds before expressing admiration for them India have had a stellar campaign in the World Cup The bowling attack led by Jhulan Goswami has delivered in almost every match Smriti Mandhana and Poonam Raut struck big in the first few matches while Mithali Raj has consistently got runs Middle order batters like Veda Krishnamurthy and Harmanpreet Kaur have also chipped in when required Harmanpreet’s talent that saw her break into foreign T20 Leagues such as the Big Bash was there for all to see when she blazed to 171 off 115 balls in the semi-final against defending champions Australia At one point it looked like she might breach the 200-run barrier but the the lower amount of overs allotted for the match due to a delayed start meant that she had to stop at the last ball of the 42nd over For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: June 14 2017 4:06 am Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during the felicitation ceremony in Kolkata on Tuesday Express Top News Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday felicitated students who topped the 2017 state and central board examinations and said her government would extend all help for their future education She also appealed to them to join the state civil service in the future “We have created a fund of Rs 200 crore for the Swami Vivekananda Merit-cum-Means Scholarship If any meritorious student wants to pursue higher education they will be eligible for this scholarship From this year onwards we are providing this scholarship to students of ICSE ISC and CBSE boards” Mamata said while felicitating the students at the Uttirna open-air theatre in Alipore About 137 students were felicitated by the state government and each received a certificate a laptop books a flower bouquet and sweets The chief minister also made it clear that no meritorious student will be deprived of higher education due to financial constraints “If any student has any problem be it a financial problem then come to me Just write an application and come to us the government will take care It is the responsibility of the state government to help you continue with your higher studies” she said Mamata also appealed to the students to consider joining the state civil service after completing their studies “I have a request for you There are many students who will become doctors engineers and other professionals But consider joining the civil services Civil services have big prospects now” she said “We have set up a training centre at Salt Lake for IAS and IPS officers We have also decided to create the West Bengal Higher Civil Service (Executive) from amongst talented and meritorious officers of West Bengal Civil Service (Executive) to take up positions of higher responsibility in the government This will help WBCS officers to get promotions to IAS rank within eight to 10 years So there is a lot of scope” she added Hospital removes waste after CM visit Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday made a surprise visit to the state-run Sambhunath Pandit Hospital and expressed her displeasure after spotting medical waste piled up on the premises The hospital at Elgin Road falls under Mamata’s Bhawanipore Assembly constituency Mamata interacted with family members of patients and visited the emergency ward After spotting medical waste piled up outside the emergency ward she called up the hospital superintendent and Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee Following this Chatterjee rushed to the hospital and work soon began to remove the medical waste “She visited the hospital and gave us some suggestions The hospital is within Kolkata Municipal Corporation area so we also have some responsibilities for its cleaning The work is on” said Chatterjee Hospital authorities were not available for comment For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 15 2017 11:01 am Top News Kapoor a film producer and cousin of Bollywood actor Jithendra married Jayasudha (right) in 1985 after two years of courtship (file photo) Yesteryears Telugu actor and former Congress MLA Jayasudha’s husband Nitin Kapoor allegedly committed suicide by jumping off a building in Mumbai news agency ANI reported on Tuesday The reason behind the alleged suicide however is not clear Kapoor a film producer and cousin of Bollywood actor Jithendra married Jayasudha in 1985 after two years of courtship The couple is survived by two sons Nihar and Shreayan according to The Times of India They maintained a low-key profile in their 30 years of marriage and only appeared in key public events the newspaper noted Hyderabad-based newspaper Deccan Chronicle noted that Kapoor was rumoured to be suffering from “severe depression” and had sought psychiatric help Watch |Age Doesn’t Matter If You Feel Happy About Yourself: Aamir On Turning 52 Jayasudha was a Congress MLA from Secunderabad before she joined rival party Telugu Desam Party in 2016 In 2014 she failed to retain the Secunderabad seat losing TRS candidate T Padma Rao She was a leading actor in the 70s and 80s Jayasudha acted in several movies opposite Tollywood legend Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao who went on to become chief minister of united Andhra Pradesh She also starred opposite Tollywood ‘Mega Star’ Chiranjeevi andNTR’s son and TDP minister Nandamuri Balakrishna For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sanjib Baruah | Published: December 5 2014 12:48 am The vocabulary of environmentalism dominates the debate on dams But it does not convey the full impact To use the language of political economy the most immediate effect of dams is the enclosure of the water commons (Source: PTI photo/file) Related News On November 23 the first power-generating unit of the Zangmu hydropower complex on the Yarlung Tsangpo or the Brahmaputra in China’s Tibet Autonomous Region became operational The 510 MW Zangmu dam is not as large as some of China’s other large dams or those that India is building or planning to build on the Yarlung Tsangpo/ Brahmaputra river system Zangmu however underscores the limited channels of cooperation that exist between India and China to govern the rivers they share Until recently Indian officials relied on satellite images of construction sites to learn about China’s plans It took the Chinese some time to acknowledge the existence of dam-building projects on the Yarlung Tsangpo Things have improved since But there is no water sharing agreement between India and China Nor is one on the horizon As an “up-stream superpower” China avoids multilateral entanglements More than two-thirds of the 40 major transboundary rivers that flow through China and 16 other countries originate in China China was one of three countries to vote against the adoption by the UN General Assembly of the 1997 UN Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses which seeks to strike a balance between upstream and downstream interests The convention commits state parties to the utilisation of transboundary rivers in “an equitable and reasonable manner” and requires them to take “all appropriate measures to prevent the causing of significant harm” to co-riparians India abstained in that vote China has since signed bilateral agreements with a number of co-riparians But as Selina Ho of the National University of Singapore points out while China has been willing to cooperate with southeast Asian countries on the Mekong it has not been as forthcoming with India on the Brahmaputra Ho attributes it to the historical animosity between the two countries the territorial disputes and “the incongruence between China’s traditional perception of India as a regional power without global reach and India’s growing status as a rival for influence and resources worldwide” It is not surprising that potential conflicts between India and China feature prominently in most scenarios of future “water wars” A day after Zangmu became operational a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson was asked about its impact on downstream countries like India and Bangladesh China is “always responsible in developing and utilising transboundary rivers” asserted Hua Chunying China she added shares hydrological data with India as per a 2013 MoU That she said would continue as would cooperation in forecasting floods and the handling of emergencies India can hardly take umbrage at Chinese projects Chinese and Indian policies on the Yarlung Tsangpo/ Brahmaputra river system have been more alike than different India adopts an upstream strategy not only with regard to downstream Bangladesh but arguably even vis-à-vis communities located downstream within India Indeed controversies over the hydropower dams being built in Arunachal are often about the impact on downstream Assam In recent years the idea of hydropower as clean energy though deeply problematic has dramatically changed the politics of dam-building Both China and India have been going through a dam-building boom — albeit on different scales The hydropower dams they have built or plan to build include those on the world’s last free-flowing rivers in northeast India and southwest China These projects threaten fragile ecosystems wetlands and protected forests The vocabulary of environmentalism dominates the debate on dams But it does not convey the full impact of these projects on the livelihoods of people where these dams are being built To use the language of political economy the most immediate effect is the enclosure of the water commons It adversely affects people who depend on the water commons for their livelihood Apart from those displaced in a physical sense in the immediate project area hydropower dams can displace thousands of people who depend on small-scale fishing and subsistence agriculture Two small examples would suffice Rivers carry sediments The blocking of sediment-borne nutrients by dams is sure to negatively impact traditional flood-recession agriculture Second dams obstruct fish passage and this dramatically impacts the life-cycle of many fish species In most of these regions fish is a major source of caloric intake There are few regions in the world where the cumulative negative impact of dams on flood-recession agriculture and subsistence fisheries will be more devastating to rural food security than in northeast India Bangladesh and southeast Asia Water may be a renewable resource But it is hard to justify destroying the world’s last free-flowing rivers and some of the most fragile and biodiverse ecosystems in the name of hydropower as clean energy From the perspective of thousands of poor people who bear almost no responsibility for the climate crisis and yet are at risk of losing their livelihoods this action is patently unjust It has been said that tunnel vision can bring an aspect of a problem into focus But it does so only by obscuring the complex reality of which it is a part Something of this sort seems to be happening in the debate on climate change and the love affair with hydropower By rejecting the greenwashing of hydropower India can pioneer an alternative road to climate change mitigation Preserving rivers and ecosystems that support low energy-intensive livelihoods of rural populations and helping make those livelihoods more sustainable could be an alternative to building hydropower dams Such an approach to rivers is unlikely to cause any harm to co-riparians a major principle of modern transboundary water laws It is also sure to disappoint those who have been warning of the inevitability of water wars The writer is professor of political studies at Bard College New York For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News
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