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(Source: PTI) Top News NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and pitched for reservation for the Maratha community without diluting the quota for other communities.Meeting the Prime Minister for the first time after the Maratha agitation broke out in Maharashtra Pawar said the community needed facilities that were available to others less privileged as a “substantial section of the Marathas subsist on farming” After the meeting Pawar told reporters that he requested for initiating a coordinated action in the Parliament in this crucial matter which pertained both to the state and central governments The silent marches taken out by Maratha Kranti Morcha around Maharashtra to highlight demands like reservation in jobs and education have created ripples in state politics with major players adopting a “wait and watch” approach to see if the massive mobilisation will eventually assume electoral dimensions Observers say that all main parties–BJP Congress Shiv Sena and NCP–are unnerved by the huge success of the rallies the immediate trigger for them being the rape and murder of a girl from the community at Kopardi in Ahmednagar During the meeting Pawar also discussed the issues faced by sugarcane growers and the sugar industry He stressed that various government decisions regarding sugar were creating difficulties for the growers to get remunerative prices of their produce He also drew the Centre’s attention to the plight of sugar mills which have started cogeneration but have been hit hard by reluctance of the government to buy power from them Cogeneration is the generation of electricity and useful heat jointly especially the utilisation of the steam left over from electricity generation for heating Pawar sought a review of the government policy on ethanol saying the recent changes have affected sugar mills producing ethanol for blending it in petrol He criticised Maharashtra Minister Mahadev Jankar for allegedly using abusive language against him but appealed to people especially NCP workers to show restraint and not to take law into their hands In an apparent dig at Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis he said “Everyone is awaiting the action which is being initiated against the ‘cultured’ minister” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 3 2016 4:24 am Top News The Supreme Court on Friday said it cannot allow the central government to make institutions such as the National Human Rights Commission “redundant” by not appointing their office-bearers indefinitely A bench led by Chief Justice of India T S Thakur expressed strong displeasure over inordinate delay in filling up vacant positions in the NHRC including that of the director general of investigation and a member “This cannot go on forever How can you not find anybody suitable in the last two years to fill up the vacancy” the bench asked Additional Solicitor General Pinky Anand The ASG responded that the appointment to these positions in the NHRC were to be made following the recommendations of a committee and added that the authority concerned has been requested to take appropriate action For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News the police also seized 43 cellphones from Shahabuddin’s visitors for allegedly using it in a prohibited area. “the global community is facing the consequences of terrorism” For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 14, Yesterday, Morocco and Jordan have banned oral talaq in their country.The BMMA has launched a slew of activities to increase public awareness against the practice It had recently collected 50000 signatures seeking abolishing of triple talaq The organisation has also approached the National Commisison for Women to enlist its support for the campaign For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 27 2017 10:50 am Lewis Hamilton grew up idolising Ayrton Senna (Source: Reuters) Related News Lewis Hamilton says winning a fourth Formula One world title would not make him better than boyhood hero Ayrton Senna the Brazilian whose death as a triple champion in 1994 rocked the sport The Briton has already exceeded Senna’s career tally of race wins podiums and pole positions and success in Mexico on Sunday would make him only the fifth driver to claim four championships “Ayrton’s life was cut short and I think had he the opportunity to continue and race in safe conditions he would have continued to win more championships” the Briton told reporters on Thursday Senna was 34 when he died in the San Marino Grand Prix at Imola “I don’t look upon him and think that I am better because I have more wins and championships and poles but I feel very proud for my name to be mentioned alongside his name and that’s all” Hamilton who grew up idolising Senna will become the first Briton to win four championships and is also by far the most successful in terms of race wins He has already taken seven times world champion Michael Schumacher’s records for most pole positions and front row starts and is now 29 wins away from equalling the German’s all-time record of 91 victories Some believe he could one day match Schumacher’s championships COOL THINGS Unlike former team mate Nico Rosberg who won last year’s title and promptly retired Hamilton could be around for some time yet “I can easily imagine myself without Formula One but it is not about that right now” he said “There are some really cool things coming along that are going to complement where I am in Formula One” He would not give any further details about that but said he had been in meetings in Los Angeles earlier this week to discuss “some creations” he had been working on “I definitely won’t be here at 40 I don’t think that is going to happen It changes all the time” added the 32-year-old “There have been times where I thought I am happy to move on but you can’t come back I can’t tell you how long I will be here for but eventually I will figure it out and know when the time comes I anticipate a couple more years at least” Hamilton said he had come a long way since his first title with McLaren nine years ago “In 2008 I was a kid I had all the natural talent I have today but I didn’t have the knowledge experience” he said “I’m much better equipped than I was in 2008 “It’s actually been more enjoyable this year being in the position I am A lot more comfortable in my own skin” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: April 11 2014 8:51 am Related News High voter turnout was recorded in the 91 constituencies in 14 states and Union Territories which went to polls in the third and substantial phase of Lok Sabha elections with Chandigarh witnessing the highest percentage of 74 PHOTOS: THIRD PHASE OF POLLING ENDS Chhattisgarh Odisha and Bihar witnessed naxal related violence which left 2 CRP jawans and one state police personnel dead The voter turnout this time was substantially higher over the last Lok Sabha elections in all the constituencies FULL STORY: IMPRESSIVE TURN OUT IN KERALA Muzaffarnagar and Shamli in Uttar Pradesh which witnessed comunal riots in August last year recorded “above average” voter turnout of 6778 per cent and 7085 per cent respectively Deputy EC Vinod Zutshi told reporters here The 10 seats of Uttar Pradesh which went to polls on Thursday reported a record turnout of 65 per cent as compared to 5130 per cent recorded in the last LS polls READ: 64 PC POLLING IN DELHI The turnout in Delhi was 64 per cent up by 12 per cent as against 2009 elections Chandigarh constituency recorded the highest turnout of 74 per cent against 64 per cent in 2009 polls CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY: 56 PC POLLING IN 10 LS SEATS IN MAHARASHTRA Kerala which went to polls in single phase today recorded 734 per cent voter turnout up from 732 per cent last time Chhattisgarh’s Bastar seat witnessed the lowest voter turnout among the 91 seats of 514 per cent But it was higher as compared to 4733 per cent recorded in the last LS polls EC maintained that the turnout could be “much higher” in all the seats as final reports were yet to come in with voting still on after the stipulated hours in various areas In Odisha maoists snatched EVMs and took away the battery of one voting machine EC has decided to postpone polling in 22 places in Bihar 19 in Jamui two in Nawada and one in Gaya — as polling personnel were not sent there keeping in mind their safety The fresh date of polls in these areas will be decided soon Jharkhand’s four seats today witnessed 58 per cent turnout which was higher than the 5089 per cent recorded in last general elections Madhya Pradesh where nine seats went to polls saw an average turnout of 5413 per cent while in Haryana it was 65 per cent All the 10 seats of Haryana had a single-phase poll In the last elections the turnout in Haryana was 68 per cent “The turnout could be 73 per cent in Haryana when we get the final figures” Deputy EC Alok Shukla said The Jammu seat also saw an impressive turnout of 6629 per cent — 17 per cent higher than in 2009 The Andaman and Nicobar Islands also witnessed a record turnout Till the last count it was 67 per cent higher than last time’s 6415 per cent But in Lakshadweep the turnout was 7134 per cent lower than last time’s 8598 per cent For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News China, Many conservatives say the private sector should lead some of the research that DOE is doing.

It will also ask for some basic questions like your age, People in Thailand can buy antibiotics over the counter and many take them “without really needing them”,What seasons will site be used or viewed: such as patio pool area used in summer or four-season privacyscreening, etc? Get home building tips, and there can be deemed confirmation of services only after that. and General Leia is on the front lines having to make big decisions, He exhorted people to stay calm and vote. an official release said.t comment on what ICC had told Gurunath, Shetty said But Mumbai Police sources said the ICC official was in direct communication with Meiyappan and did not inform the BCCI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Lucknow | Published: December 1 2016 5:13 pm Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Mulayam Singh Yadav left and chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav second left inaugurate a trial run of metro rail service in Lucknow India Thursday Dec 1 2017 (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh) Top News The trial run of the Uttar Pradesh government’s much publicised Lucknow Metro was flagged off today by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and his father Mulayam Singh Yadav even as BSP chief Mayawati alleged the project was completed in haste to gain cheap popularity ahead of polls The function was held at Transport Nagar depot for the trial run up to Charbagh railway station a distance of 85 km Addressing the gathering Akhilesh said it was a challenge to start the project on time and added that they have “set an example before the country” “Metro was not in our manifesto but we initiated the project The work for the same has also been started in Ghaziabad between Greater Nodia and Noida and also in Kanpur If we come to power again we will start work in Varanasi too” he said Asserting that the ruling Samajwadi Party did not play politics on the issue of development Akhilesh said his government gave land for establishment of AIIMS in Raebareli and in Gorakhpur as well so that people could avail the best medical facilities “We don’t believe in blame game We are for development and support every move initiated for it” he said The trial run however evoked strong criticism from BSP supremo Mayawati who said it was a decision taken in haste by the ruling SP “as it knew very well that it would not return to power” in the upcoming UP Assembly elections “It was done in haste to gain cheap popularity and smacks of ‘bachkani zid’ (childish stubbornness) of the chief minister” she said SP supremo Mulayam said he was glad the project was completed in a timely fashion “When I was asked to lay foundation for the project I wanted to know how much time it will take and refused when I was told it will take four years Then they said it will be completed in three years but I again declined When I was told it will be completed in 2 years I agreed” he said Terming it as “historic day” Mulayam said he would be happy if metro will also be started in Varanasi and appealed to people to vote for SP so that it could form government again to resume developmental work “The work done in UP during present SP regime are historic and have set an example before the country UP’s work is being appreciated everywhere” he said “We have done good work but we don’t discuss it” Mulayam said asking party workers to propagate it The entire 23-km long North-South corridor will have 21 stations including eight elevated ones and the estimated cost of the project will be around Rs 6800 crore The primary section (between Transport Nagar to Charbagh) would be open for public on March 26 next year after three months of rigorous trial At the function SP state president Shivpal Yadav was also present LMRC a special purpose vehicle was registered under the Companies Act by the state government in 2013 to execute metro-rail project in city Padma Vibhushan E Sreedharan who has successfully handled many mega projects in country like Konkan railway and Delhi metro is principal advisor of LMRC For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News

however, a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers on Saturday released another batch of pilfered National Security Agency hacking tools, (File photo) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi will next week hold a review meeting with the revenue department to take stock of the anti-black money drive post note ban and tax collected thereof, The 31-year-old was reportedly in touch with another wanted accused Farooque based in Syria.work there. 2017 11:08 am Top News The namesake candidate of former SAD MLA Manpreet Singh Ayali for Dakha Assembly seat Saturday claimed he had received summons from Akal Takht which are actually addressed to Ayali. have now set a date: 22 April And they are inviting organizers in cities around the world to lead parallel demonstrations Organizers have said they want to appeal to anyone who as its mission statement puts it “champions publicly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity” Organizers have emphasized that the march is not just for practicing scientists but for “anyone who believes in empirical science” The event at first just an idea bouncing around social media gained real life last month after a website Twitter account and public Facebook page—now with more than 300000 likes—sprang up over the course of a few days An affiliated “secret” Facebook group attracted almost 800000 members in less than a week and more than 70 Twitter handles have popped up to promote sister marches across the country Scientists began organizing only 3 days after President Donald Trump took office as alarm—sparked by a campaign that in many ways appeared to dismiss the contributions of scientific research—ignited over Senate hearings on controversial cabinet picks and mandates curtailing public communication from scientific agencies Many scientists took the administration’s promotion of “alternative facts” and continued shunning of scientific leaders as signs that science may come under attack It’s not the first time that Trump’s actions have triggered activism among scientists a group that as a whole has traditionally couched itself as nonpartisan At the December 2016 meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco California researchers rallied together to protest climate change doubters among Trump’s cabinet picks And at the Women’s March on Washington dozens of lab coat–clad scientists marched together armed with pro-science signs But the march has spurred debate about how its message should be framed—and whether it is even a good idea Some fear a demonstration led by researchers might only serve to paint scientists as an interest group further politicizing scientific issues And at least one veteran science lobbyist has urged organizers to make sure it’s a march for science not scientists The march organizers—an eclectic mix of researchers and science communicators who came together online—were unprepared for how quickly the march gained support scrambling to draft a mission statement appoint a team and set an official march date over the weekend On their Facebook group and in an email to ScienceInsider organizers repeatedly asked for patience as they strove to get their “messaging action items and announcement right the first time” Although the less-than-rapid progress triggered some impatience among followers many others posted their support suggesting it wouldn’t truly be a scientist’s march if the process wasn’t somewhat slow and deliberate “We scientists certainly understand that only 10 [percent] of what we do is worthy of public discussion Plod on” wrote retired chemist Tim Clair in one of hundreds of Facebook comments responding to the team’s promises that information would be coming soon March organizers are expected to release more details in coming daysThe grassroots team coordinating the March for Science in Washington former chair of the Emory University department of psychiatry. Related News Huawei has launched the Maimang 6,the survey says.shot on the diplomatically isolated island where he was born.

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