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Sanjay (49) was pleased with the decision.which in early trials caused far fewer side effects.000 hectares of land where buses can park at night and/ or access maintenance services. He says that he’ll leave for America tonight and get the will changed? Golmaal Again, vector control methods need to be dynamic, Jagota says,After all the work I did for BJPI was completely sidelined I ensured that the councillor of the party who was contesting from the ward I represented won the election and campaigned extensively for her Howeverat the end of it I have not been given any responsibility in the party It was the wish of my supporters that I joined the Congress?" he said. "I think Muhammad Hafeez,5mm tall and 78.
have not had a good produce this year due to delay of monsoons and drying of crops. 2012 1:20 am Top News The price of tomatoes in the city has recorded an increase by almost three times in the last one week because of the heavy downpour in the region which has adversely affected the supply of vegetables coming from Himachal Pradesh. a small road called Rue du Champs-de-l’Alouette had a modern building adjacent to it constructed after the Great War.t want TVs in homes blacked out during Diwali time. HoweverAdditional Solicitor General (ASG) Kevic Setalvad opposed the suggestionnoting that sufficient time had been given and that the notification had been widely publicised The government has spent a lot of money on issuing ads in newspapers and TVasking people to instal set top boxes People like the petitioners should have ensured that the boxes are installed in households?com/widgets. his first major multi-discipline event. The other educational institutes that will be affected if PMC went ahead with its plan are Tilak College of Education, on which Indian dependence for the rather ? But before being considered for a selection in the national team,been raising the issue of inefficiency of the civic staff in this regard.
” said a senior official. says there are valid reasons why she hasn’t been talking about her film or promoting it. “We’re left with two options either to take two-days’ time and fight the case or a time of one-month for reply which would have jeopardised his career. For all the latest Sports News, but for the collection of qualities he had,he was among the very best if not the best When he leaves Stamford Bridge for whichever pastures he will not only bring down the curtain on a glorious era at Chelsea but alsodraw to a close an agein football when a single player formulated the face heart and soul of a football club Terry was special in more ways than one One can’t help but think he was one of a kind footballer and whose exploits on and off the pitch at Chelsea will be reminisced for ages to come all across the footballing world Name:Deepika Kumari Age:22 Discipline (sport):Archery Category:Recurve singles and team Qualification:Kumari qualified for the Olympics by scoring 686/720 in the women’s recurve event of the 2015 Archery World Cup in Shanghai to equal the earlier world record set by South Korea’s Bo-Bae Strengths:Despite her age Kumari is a seasoned archer and has consistently won a slew of tournaments Past Olympic performance: Deepika Kumari’s performance in the 2012 London Olympics was relatively poor due to a bout of fever She lost against Amy Oliver of Great Britain in the opening round Past record (best performances): Kumari won two gold medals in the 2010 Commonwealth games; she clinched gold for the women’s individual recurve event and won another gold medal in the women’s team recurve event alongside Dola Banerjee and Bombayala Devi – At the 2010 Asian Games in China Kumari missed out on a bronze medal after losing to North Korea’s Kwon Un Sil in the individual event but she landed a bronze in the team event – Deepika Kumari won her first World Cup individual stage recurve gold medal in Turkey in 2012 – In 2013 she won the Gold Medal in Archery World Cup held in Colombia She has also won 3 silver medals in the World Cups so far File image of Deepika Kumari Reuters Padma Shri and Arjuna award winner Commonwealth games double gold medalist and a formidable contender at the Asian Game and Archery World Cups — Deepika Kumari has quite a few feathers in her cap The athlete is a force to be reckoned with both in the individual as well as team recurve events at Rio This is reinforced by the fact that she broke a world record while qualifying for the Olympics The 22-year-old archer began her long list of championship titles by winning the 11th Youth World archery Championship in the US Deepika was the second Indian to win the title after Palton Hansda Kumari made it to this stage despite her humble background Born to an auto rickshaw driver her family lacked the financial background but never failed to support her burgeoning career They would often sacrifice the family budget to buy Kumari’s equipment She would tirelessly practice using bamboo bows and arrows and was finally recognized in 2005 by the Arjun Archery Academy and then in 2006 she joined the Tata Archery Academy After that there was no looking back for Kumari Perhaps the biggest achievement for Deepika was when she was became World No 1 in the Women’s Recurve Archery in 2012 This was following her World Cup gold medal in Turkey She was also awarded the prestigious Arjuna Award by President Pranab Mukherjee that very year In terms of her recent performances she took the archery world by storm by breaking South Korean Bo-Bae’s record in the women’s recurve event of the Archery World Cup in Shanghai Her coaches weren’t surprised by this feat as Kumari is even outdoing the men archers in camps and other practice sessions She even won her fourth silver medal at the World Cup this year Kumari now looks to gild her cap with Olympic glory She will compete in the women’s recurve team event with Bombayla Devi and Laxmirani Majhi She will also participate in the individual recurve event With inputs from agencies Written by Brinda Karat | Published: September 3 2009 3:14 am Related News The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act is once again in the newsfor the wrong reasons Arbitrary changes in the guidelines by the rural development ministryhas turned a requirement into a controversialself-defeating exercise Former members of the National Advisory Council like Aruna RoyJean Dreze and their colleagues who have been working in a sustained way on NREGAhave opposed the new proposals They have made a valid criticism on the lack of discussion Recentlyon the birth anniversary of the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhiit was declared that Lok Sewaks are to be appointed in every village to implement NREGA Has any state government been consulted on this And why should proposed panchayat bhavans in villages be mandatorily named after the late prime minister Dont villages have heroes who merit recognition Over-centralisation is one of the problems of an otherwise extremely important piece of social legislation However the contention of the critics of the new proposalsthat there should be no changes in the Act till it is fully and properly implemented is not in tune with the experience of the last four years of the Acts implementationparticularly for workers As far as the government proposals are concernedthey need to be modified and clarified rather than rejected From the workers point of viewthe main issue that requires change is to shift from piece-rated to time-rated work Harsh conditions of workthe very nature of the work and the high productivity norms make it extremely difficult to earn a minimum wage even after a full days work which has been unfairly extended to nine hours When REGA started the standard norm was to dig at least 100 cubic feet a day and to lift out the mud Rough calculations put that around 1000 to 1500 kilos of mud a day depending on the type of soil being dug It is hardly a relief measure to expect a malnourished woman to carry that kind of load to earn a days wage Since the base level is so high even the decreased productivity norms subsequently made by many states hardly helps It would be fair to adopt a time-rated system There are two main areas of contention about the government proposals The first is the July notification by the rural development ministry which includesunder NREGAthe development of land belonging to small and marginal farmers which was earlier allowed only to those belonging to the scheduled castes and tribes and to beneficiaries of land reform The opponents of the proposals worry that this will divert focus away from rural labour and will deprioritise their needs Howeversince NREGA is a demand based programme there need be no conflict in the allocation of funds Indeed work on these lands under NREGA will not only benefit a large section of poor farmerswho today are the symbols of agrarian distress particularly in this period of droughtbut will also enhance productivity and enable increase in the creation of work days For example the Kerala government has proposed replanting of coconut trees under NREGAwhich will benefit lakhs of poor households including job cardholders who otherwise cannot afford the expense of cutting down old trees and replanting The guidelines already stipulate that farmers getting these benefits must contribute their own labour as job cardholders and that projects on private land must be done through the panchayats and gram sabhas They must retain the right to decide on the prioritisation of projects Work on the land of farmers should exclude recurring expenditure on agricultural/cultivation work and the clause which does contain such an exclusion must be strengthened so that NREGA is not turned into an instrument to provide free labour for well off landowners However the definition used in the notification for small and marginal farmers based on that of the central debt waiver relief scheme is problematic as it does not differentiate between irrigated and non-irrigated land Thus while adivasi farmers in Nasik and Vidarbha holding more than 5 acres of unirrigated land were excluded from the debt relief scheme even though they are in the category of poor peasantsthe better off small farmers of Western Maharashtra holding 5 acres of irrigated land were beneficiaries of the debt relief scheme This injustice should not be imported into NREGA and differentiation for the purpose of inclusion in NREGA must be made between types of landholdings Looked at from this perspectivethe notificationif properly amendedcould be seen as a welcome extension of government funds to needy sections of the rural population while enhancing productivity of the land The other contentious proposal is for convergence with other developmental works Although it does make sense to dovetail projects for rural developmentthe main problem arises because of the 100 days work limitation per family under NREGA Thus at present one member of a family may be working on a construction site for a particular government department and the other on a NREGA worksite Under convergence their work days could be pooled and their entitlements reduced Some departments have even higher productivity norms and thus lower wages Convergence should be implemented very strictly within NREGA norms Guidelines must be changed to remove the 100 day limitto give job cards to individuals not family members and to use convergence to increase the total number of work days available The main problem is not lack of convergence but the inflexible and restrictive nature of the works permitted under NREGA This has resulted in a low national average of only 50 days a year In the name of producing tangible assetsthe main work permitted is earth digging for water tanksbunds etc Experience has shown that while this may be beneficial in dry and arid zones like Rajasthanit is extremely limiting in areas where there is intense use of land for cultivation and where the amount of common land available for such water harvesting projects is limited After all how many tanks can be built in a village where there is little land to be had Women in hilly areas like Uttarakhandspend hours climbing up dangerous rocky hillsidescollecting fodder and carrying the huge bundles back to their village Projects under NREGA could be worked out to pay women wages for this work which is fulfilling a social responsibility There are many closed tea gardens in North Bengal The state government had given a proposal to the Centre to use NREGA to pay workers to pluck the leaveswhich would have helped develop workers cooperatives but was irrationally rejected A task force was set up by the Centre several months ago to consider expansion of the work permissiblebut its recommendations if any are yet to be published Expansion in the work list is an immediate requirement The notification was made even while Parliament was on It would have helped evolve a consensus on the changes required if the minister had consulted Parliament as also the members of the central advisory council for NREGA before making the changes Executive fiat should not replace informed discussions The writer is a CPM MP in the Rajya Sabha For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: July 27 2015 2:23 pm ‘Boyhood’ star Ethan Hawke has praised his wife Ryan for looking after their children while he is away working (Source: Reuters) Related News ‘Boyhood’ star Ethan Hawke has praised his wife Ryan for looking after their children while he is away working The actor who has two daughters with Ryan said his frequent outdoor shoots take a toll on his wife’s health reported Contactmusic ‘I’m very lucky in that I have a beautiful wife who is not just a wonderful woman in my life but who is also a very good mother and she’s willing to give me the freedom to keep working even though sometimes it’s a strain on her’ he said The 44-year-old star – who also has kids Maya 15 and Levon 12 with ex-wife Uma Thurman – said he is becoming a better father as he gets older Share This Article Related Article ‘I love being at home with my children more than I ever have I think you learn from 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said Nair has appeared for HSC examination and other two juveniles are school dropouts Shubham was a student of Priyadarshani English Medium School in Bhosari For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 1 2012 2:08 am Related News Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today urged the people to intensify their fight against the hike in petrol prices to make their voices heard in Delhibut she also clarified that she would not quit the UPA on this issue unless she is asked to leave." 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