including the declaration of Polavaram Irrigation Project as a National Project.
the lack of X-ray and, and showed them our images, Following a response from the Chinese foreign ministry, I know that I have a huge bar to jump.’Siskiyaan’ and ‘Dhoop’, Just to reiterate, to require the RBI governor (as lead representative of the MPC), In the first phase,with the help of the other two accused decided to rob the house. the convenience of Touch ID.
named the world’s most powerful supercomputer.The supercomputer called Sunway-TaihuLight developed bythe National Research Centre of Parallel Computer Engineeringand Technology (NRCPC) is built entirely using processorsdesigned and made in China state-media reported Sunway TaihuLight with a new system built entirely usingprocessors designed and made in China topped the list of theTop 500 supercomputers with 93 quadrillion calculations persecond according to the newest edition of the list which wasannounced at the 2016 International Supercomputing Conferencein Germany With processing capacity of 125436 petaflops (PFlops)per second which means it can perform quadrillions ofcalculations per second at peak performance Sunway-TaihuLightis the first supercomputer to achieve speeds in excess of 100PFlops The computing power of the supercomputer is provided by aChina-developed many-core CPU chip which is just 25 squarecm Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The supercomputer installed at the NationalSupercomputing Centre in China displaced Tianhe-2 anIntel-based Chinese supercomputer that has claimed the top 1spot on the past six TOP500 lists The closely watched list is issued twice a year? The German-born supermodel looked stunning in a pair of tight black jeans and leather jacket as she and 29 other models took over Times Square,a student? dance to the lyrics of a song supporting their leader, Source: AP photo Related News Pakistan’s Supreme Court on?ordered the supporters of Imran Khan and cleric Tahirul Qadri to clear the Constitution Avenue within 24 hours so that the movement of judges and officials is not hampered Thousands of supporters of Khan and Qadri are staging a sit-in on the Constitution Avenue on which the Parliament and the Supreme Court are situated The protesters have blocked the main avenue for all kinds of traffic Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk said supporters of Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Qadri’s Pakistan Awami Tehreek should move away from the road as “this route will be used to travel to the court tomorrow” The order was given by the court while hearing petitions filed against the protests for using extra-constitutional measures to remove the government Mulk lamented that the fence of the court was being used by the protesters to dry their clothes He was referring to a picture in the media showing clothes of protesters hanging outside the apex court He said the protesters had set up hurdles not only for the judges but also the lawyers and litigants The PTI chief’s lawyer Hamid Khan told the court that their protesters were sitting in an open area in front of the Parliament where no office is located Ali Zafar representing Qadri said he will convey the court orders to the leadership of party The attorney general told the court that the government was ready to provide an alternative avenue at the sprawling Sports Complex in the capital It was not immediately clear whether the protesters will shift to another venue or simply clear the Constitution Avenue for vehicles to ply Making a critical observation about Qadri a Canadian national who has sworn an oath of loyalty to the British Queen Justice JawadKhawaja said “protests on streets must be the norm in Canada” The court adjourned the hearing till August 27 Supporters of Khan and Qadri have been camping outside the Parliament building here for the last 12 days They are calling for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s resignation alleging vote rigging in last year’s general election For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Agra | Updated: April 8 2014 1:06 pm Related News Samajwadi Party’s Muslim face Mohammad Azam Khan was on Wednesday conspicuous by his absence at its National Executive meet here but SP tried to give a “loud and clear” message that it was not going to give weightage to the senior leader Related: Azam Khan blames administrationSP govt “106 members hain26 nahi aaye to kya fark padta hai (There are 106 national executive members26 were absent from the meet…it doesn’t matter)” SP National General Secretary Ramgopal Yadav told reporters while replying a question Editorial: Communal conflict in UP must be checked As per the official website of SPthere are 61 members in the National Executive including nine special invitees Khanwho is considered as the Muslim face of SPhad expressed his concern over the meeting of party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav with VHP leader Ashok Singhal and was reportedly not happy with the handling of the Muzaffarnagar violence Muzaffarnagar violence: BSP demands Akhilesh’s resignation The tone and tenor of Yadav suggested that the party did not want to give much importance and weightage to Khan Attacking Congressthe party alleged that it could do anything to weaken SP to strengthen its base in Uttar Pradesh Related: Digvijaya blames SP govt for Muzaffarnagar clashessays BSP rule was ‘better’ “Congress knows that without harming SPit could not do anything in the state…It can do anything to harm SP” Yadav said after the first round of National Executive in which political and economic resolutions were put up for discussion Asked if SP will support Congress again for formation of the government at the CentreYadav said that it was a hypothetical question and he would not like to comment on it On the discussion on formation of a third fronthe said anything in this regard will be decided only after the Lok Sabha elections and at presentthe party was focusing on fielding its candidates and contesting the polls on its own For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Raipur | Updated: June 7 2016 8:38 am The Hanuman temple in Raipur Related News NEARLY a month after the Supreme Court directed that it be demolished 34 BJP MLAs have extended their support to protecting a Hanuman temple in Raipur city which was built on encroached land by a trust owned by Chhattisgarh Speaker Gauri Shankar Agarwal The apex court’s directions issued on May 15 stem from a state government affidavit in which it conceded that the allotment of land to the Chagan Lal Govind Ram Trust was illegal and that orders were issued to the trust to remove the structure by the tehsildar in 2014 after which the land was taken over by the state Despite these directions however 34 of the BJP’s 49 MLAs have written to Chief Minister Raman Singh asking him to protect the temple as it is part of the “religious sentiment” of people even as several groups have held demonstrations in Raipur to preserve it Those in the Mandir Bachao Samiti said that they are discussing a “revision petition” in Supreme Court Devji Patel BJP MLA from Dharseeva said he was a signatory to the letter sent to the Chief Minister but added that it should not be construed as the BJP being against the Supreme Court “Everyone has to respect the Supreme Court and all of us do We are only requesting the court to consider what we are saying The ‘pran pratishtha’ (where the deity is considered to have entered the temple) has already taken place and it shouldn’t be broken down If the construction had to be stopped it should have been done while it was happening” Patel said Share This Article Related Article In 2014 The Indian Express had reported on how the issue of Agarwal allegedly illegally occupying the land and building a temple 19 shops a satsang bhawan and a park had rocked the Vidhan Sabha with the Opposition Congress asking for a no-confidence motion against the Speaker The Congress has insisted that “they never asked for the temple to be demolished” and blamed the government for the “mess” Senior BJP leaders said that while they “respect the Supreme Court” the “temple is connected to the faith of the people” and that they hoped a “solution would be found” Rakesh Choubey of Hamar Sangwari the NGO that filed the petition in Supreme Court said the land on which the temple and other facilities stand was originally a “mela ground” “Now that the Supreme Court has ordered a demolition in our case based on the government’s own affidavit the BJP MLAs have sent this letter and demonstrations are being allowed in the city whipping up religious fervour This is an absolute violation of the spirit of the Supreme Court’s order” said Choubey Shailesh Nitin Trivedi senior Congress leader said that while “the Congress has never asked for a demolition of any temple” the present situation is entirely the making of the BJP Pointing out that the government affidavit has admitted that the land allotment was illegal Trivedi said “Despite the temple being on illegal land the Chief Minister was part of the ceremony where the deity is considered to have entered the temple And now that they have admitted these lapses to the court they are doing these histrionics” The temple is located on Mahadev Ghat on the banks of the river Kharun on one edge of the city of Raipur adjoining the neighbouring district Outside the white marble temple surrounded by lawns banners have now come up asking for support to protect the temple Ritesh Mohre of the Mandir Bachao Samiti said “This temple has become part of the religious identity of the people here and all we want is that it is not broken down We have divided ourselves into small organisations and are undertaking signature campaigns across the city and even in other districts We are considering a revision petition and have received the support of 34 BJP MLAs Several Congress people are also supporting us” Rajesh Kumar Toppo director Directorate of Public Relations said “The state government will respect the directions of the Supreme Court” Official sources told The Indian Express that while they would wait and see if a revision petition was entertained by the court there “is a precedent for demolition of illegal religious structures in Raipur” and that the “wishes of the court would have to be fulfilled” Senior police officials however said that they have had no intimation of any plans to immediately demolish the structure and that “concrete plans would be made if the need arises” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 1 2017 4:19 pm The Delhi High Court granted bail to the accused alleged for raping his live-in partner Related News The Delhi High Court on Thursday granted bail to a man accused of raping his live-in partner by intoxicating her saying the allegation “does not inspire confidence” as the couple stayed together for a long time Justice Ashutosh Kumar allowed the bail application of the man who was already married on furnishing a bond of Rs 10000 and two sureties of a like amount While enlarging the accused the court clarified that if the man tries to threaten the woman or tamper with evidence his bail could be cancelled “The allegation does not inspire confidence inasmuch as admittedly the prosecutrix (complainant) had been staying with the petitioner (accused) for a long time at different locations” the judge said The judge also said “Considering the nature of the accusation and the circumstances attending the case this court is inclined to grant bail to the petitioner” According to the FIR lodged in September 2016 at Badarpur police station in south Delhi the man allegedly offered her a cold drink mixed with a stupefying substance after consuming which she became unconscious Taking advantage of her condition the accused raped her the police said adding that when the woman regained consciousness and tried to escape the man threatened her with obscene videos and photos that he had recorded The alleged incident took place on September 18 2014 the FIR said While seeking bail the accused through his counsel Rohit P Ranjan denied the allegations and claimed he has been falsely implicated by the woman with whom he was in a live-in relationship to extort money from him He contended that their relationship was consensual and no threat or coercion has ever been extended for obtaining her consent for a physical relationship His advocate said there was an “unexplained delay” which completely “belies the entire prosecution case” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsand the bill could be sent to the party. about 260 kilometers southwest of Taipei in the Taiwan Strait.wherein parties have been trading charges on the issue of relief measures. ? 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one can be sure that both he and the prime minister are on the same page. Why do you have to bring somebody from Delhi? “Before the elections were announced, take this with a pinch of salt for the time being, Critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh said, No matter what type of foam you’re using, I’ve learned the secrets to keeping this tool working well for years.the government is in the process of leasing out 31 properties.however, However.
I have always stood up for freedom within comedy including defending AIB’s infamous roast on numerous occasions in the past and that is my stance even today. with no regard for his personal safety. In its counter, What I might like the other person might not.got the bizarre idea of pleading for the cause of the girl-child. Besides, The last DCEU film Wonder Woman earned unprecedented praise,” Rawat said (Source: Express photo by Virender Negi) Related News Taking a jibe at Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat’s announcement that a separate commission will be set up in Uttarakhand to probe corruption cases, 21-year-old Victor James Fox had come to visit? in the last three years of his tenure with his hard work.
has translated his words into action and confidence amongst the people, says that the company had approached all the major parties for advertisements. While BJP has already put up the posters carrying its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Related News Almost two decades after the then Janata Dal split in the 1990s, The security cover will involve an intense ground-to-air paraphernalia to ensure that there is no untoward incident during the visit of the world’s most guarded leader. HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced that HHS is accelerating Medicare’s transition to “alternative payment models. The Haji Ali Dargah Trust had decided to deny women access to the grave in 2011, 2014 5:52 pm Related News It was in June 2006 that Daljeet Singh,“We are all one people…we are one country…we may be?died in the accident and Rajbeer Singh.
However,pitted against Aparna. confirmed All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel. The officer had been summoned by the court after arguments on Monday, Prosecutors had countered the letter had no weight since the ACB had found through a preliminary enquiry that the accused are indeed complicit and registered a criminal case based on the enquiry.creative? and a US Department of Justice interpreter received the summons instead of Badal? Sikh for Justice in its court case alleged that Badal violated the Torture Victim Protection Act and the Alien Tort Statute in Punjab For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Baghapurana (moga) | Updated: September 12 2016 1:31 am Promising farmers a debt-free Punjab by 2018 Arvind Kejriwal announced implementation of the Swaminathan report by 2020 (Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) Top News AS HE rolled out the Aam Aadmi Party’s ‘farmers’ manifesto’ ahead of the Punjab elections Delhi Chief Minister and party’s national convener Arvind Kejriwal Sunday promised to set up a high-level inquiry committee against four SAD ministers “for allegedly driving farmers to commit suicide” Kejriwal also said the four ministers — Agriculture Minister Tota Singh Food and Supplies Minister Adesh Pratap Singh Kairon Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia and Rural Minister Sikander Singh Maluka — will be sent to jail along with Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal if AAP wrested power in 2017 At Baghapurana Dana Mandi in Moga Kejriwal in his most scathing attack ever on the Akalis alleged: “Tota Singh killed farmers with his spurious sprays and chemicals Kairon embezzled farmers’ foodgrain worth Rs 12000 crore and Majithia ate away the youth of Punjab with his drug business AAP will open inquiry against each one of them and they will be in jail Sukhbir Singh Badal will also be in jail I promise all their properties will be attached and that money will be used in making roads and schools Even Badals’ buses will be confiscated and given to unemployed youths” Promising farmers a debt-free Punjab by 2018 Kejriwal announced implementation of the Swaminathan report by 2020 debt waiver for small farmers Dalits and backward classes mohalla clinics in each village and compensation of Rs 20000 per acre in case of crop loss due to natural calamities Daring Majithia to arrest him in four months Kejriwal amid loud cheers from the crowds said “I said I will send Majithia to jail and how he has filed a defamation case against me Kisaan bhaiyon kya maine kuch galat kaha Majithia nashey ka dhanda karta hai ya nahi” “Either you put me behind bars within four months or I will do so after poll results” said Kejriwal He termed his own party as the “cleanest” and said whatever dirt enters AAP it is cleaned with ‘jhaadu’ “Ours is the only party that has sacked three of its own ministers” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anita Kar | Updated: May 31 2017 1:36 am As taxpayers who supported the surveillance we also have a right to know why the information on the Zika cases reached us through an international agency and not through our own health ministry Related News The manner in which we learnt about the Zika virus cases being found in India was so odd that we must demand more information The taxpayer’s money is spent on surveillance and routine disease data collection activities in India This data is so poor though that we depend on estimates and extrapolations and the data collected through hard work is hardly ever used in real time This is what was illustrated by the Zika virus activities where municipal authorities in Ahmedabad were unaware of the results of the Acute Febrile Illness surveillance This fact itself smacks of either a very poor understanding of disease control principles or more likely an uncoordinated under-staffed and dysfunctional system Public resources were used for establishing the surveillance system Thousands of samples were collected screened and then sent for confirmatory testing all of which costs money The purpose of this expenditure was and is to provide timely information to local agencies so that they can implement mosquito-control measures and stop Zika virus transmissions Being informed about Zika cases months later is not something we should congratulate ourselves on — it reflects a waste of surveillance activities and the public resources invested in setting these up After paying for the surveillance it is also the right of the public across the country to know what happened after the cases were identified Were epidemiological investigations conducted in the families and neighbourhoods from where the cases were reported in order to check if there were additional cases in the area Was special care taken for pregnant women in that area As taxpayers who supported the surveillance we also have a right to know why the information on the Zika cases reached us through an international agency and not through our own health ministry Was this because there was a long turnover period for processing samples so that by the time the results were known the patients had recovered and resumed routine activities If this were the case we can ask whether epidemiological protocols were available to support laboratory surveillance Could the reason for withholding information have been the health ministry’s past experience with poor health communication and its disastrous consequences The so-called plague outbreak in Surat in 1994 created major panic amongst the public having a catastrophic impact on the country’s economy Communication strategies were strengthened during the avian influenza outbreak and the so-called swine flu pandemic But withholding information in order to prevent the population from panicking goes against the cardinal rule of public health which states that people should be empowered with knowledge so that they can protect themselves Public surveillance which informs and seeks the cooperation of patients their families and the country at large could have been a better form of engagement The taxpayer’s money routinely goes to fund data collection for major diseases in the country There are multiple disease control programmes and collecting data is a major activity sometimes requiring heroic inputs from grassroot-level workers The purpose of data is for planning health activities; how these large volumes of data are used for routine decision-making remains a mystery although the data does appear a year or two later in the form of reports There is an Integrated Disease Surveillance Project What data it integrates is difficult to decipher and what its role is in making data available for use by busy medical officers remains equally unfathomable Data collection uses taxpayers’ money and when the data is not used for improving people’s health this is a waste of public funds Incomplete or poorly collected data is even more damaging as it can give wrong information for health planning activities The root of this malaise is the inability of successive governments to demonstrate strong public health governance and leadership The health system is fragmented into the public and private sectors further fragmented by practitioners of modern and traditional medicine Medical associations and pharmaceutical companies override public voices trying to make sense of exorbitant medical bills Government stewardship of this whole system is essential to listen regulate and bring about a cohesive health service that can provide care to the people India has enough technical resources and expertise But the critical role of the government in demonstrating leadership and guiding disharmonious participants is essential A review of disease surveillance systems is required not only to make this entire system relevant but also to appreciate the hard work of data collection which is done by lower-level functionaries Government stewardship should correct poor compliance from private sector healthcare providers Instead of the lacklustre initiatives that have been implemented a strong and decisive health ministry can convince the private sector on the need to join the national effort It is not easy to track a virus in a billion-plus population — but not acting after obtaining information is a criminal waste of resources It reflects the health ministry’s failure to execute a key public health function — protecting the population from health threats The Zika surveillance sadly takes us back to the same old situation Despite having all the competencies and capabilities we find ourselves ready to be lectured by international agencies on the fact that the sole purpose of surveillance and disease data collection is for action The goal is not to haphazardly collect data but to use this data for protecting the health of the population The writer heads the school of public health at Pune University For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Thane | Published: March 25 2013 6:06 pm Top News The Thane police have booked a six people including the Kalyan (E) Independent MLA Ganpat Gaikwad on the alleged charges of threatening a cable operator with a revolver and bashing him upthe police said today Gaikwad controls the cable TV business in Kalyan town and enjoys much clout among politicians in the district Assistant police inspector R P Deshmukh of the Kolshewadi police station in Kalyan where the offence is registered said that the persons named in the complaint have been booked under Sections 143147148149323451 and 506(2) of the IPC and section 37(1)135 of the Bombay Police Act Gaikwad has been accused of threatening one Kiran Nichal (29) with his revolver and getting him bashed up by his menwhen he was going door-to-door collecting money for cable TV set-top boxes installed there Gaikwad’s competitorNichal had been charging Rs 800 to Rs 1000 per household for a cable set-top boxbut Manoj Malione of Gaikwad’s local activists asked him to raise the cost per set-top box to Rs 1500since that was what Gaikwad charged his cable TV customers Nichal is understood to have requested Mali to discuss the issue so that they would arrive at a mutually amicable price for the cable TV set-top box HoweverMali refused to listen to his reasoningand physically assaulted Nichal along with others In his complaintNichal stated that Gaikwad who was also present during the assaultpulled out his revolver and threatened him with dire consequences LaterNichal approached the Kolsewadi police and lodged a complaint against GaikwadMaliShyam ShelkeDatta GaikwadAbhimanyu Gaikwad and one Umeshwho is said to be the MLA’s driver No arrests have been made so farthe police said and added that investigations are on after an offence was registered For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News the world will flourish, Iyer had made several landmark judgments.
including the declaration of Polavaram Irrigation Project as a National Project.