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Kurseong, where a carefully designed surface pattern is precisely written on a plastic polymer on a glass surface or directly etched on the glass itself, The government has undertaken watershed development projects and they have to be supported wholeheartedly by the local self-governing bodies and the civil society. Reacting to the development.

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Every presidential election since 1965 — the first presidential election by universal suffrage since World War II — has gone to a second round.provided there are no new citations, he saidadding the warrants were bailable For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 30 2014 2:36 am Related News The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday restrained the release of any sewage or sludge in and around the water bodies at the Dheerpur marshlands in Delhi The NGT also issued notices to the Central and Delhi government on a plea that sought the formulation of a plan for protection of wetlands in Delhi The tribunal issued notice to the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests Delhi government Delhi Park and Garden Society Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and Delhi Pollution Control Committee asking them to file replies within three weeks on the plea The NGT bench headed by its chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar while hearing a plea by Mahendra Pandey said “The respondents are restrained from releasing or storing any sewage or sludge in and around the water bodies at Dheerpur” It fixed May 28 as the next date of hearing The plea filed through advocate Gaurav Kumar Bansal alleges that DMRC and DJB have “joined hands to damage the present wetland” in order to facilitate the sale of land in and around the wetland for various developmental projects Bansal alleged DMRC was dumping solid waste into the wetland leading to the deposition of extra soil which was in turn threatening the water bodies in the area The plea also mentioned the existence of a borewell allegedly operating without the permission of the Central Ground Water Authority For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: January 27 2016 12:10 am Top News The cover story in the Organiser “Trouncing the red terror” highlights the need to tackle the “most serious internal security challenge” in the country It notes that “every now and then” reports about the “waning Naxal might” emerge but we also “find them gaining ground in some other part of the country with a different name” “What are the reasons that despite setbacks they continue to challenge the state” it asks and adds “the biggest reason is that we never dissected the ideological plank and character of this category of communists” who “keep on changing goalposts” It notes that they “effectively use propaganda” and “exploit all possible constitutional means to challenge the Constitution” The story says that “we as a nation get carried away by their agenda… and keep debating whether it is a development issue or security issue” It highlights the failure “vote-bank politics” as “we allow people with Maoist ideology to thrive in urban spaces while banning the organisations they speak for” “This contradiction in purpose and positioning is the real reason why Maoists have survived and spread their wings in different areas” it says Contending that the Maoists “should be treated like any other terrorist organisation” it says that if “no implicit or explicit support to the Islamic State is permitted then why are legal ideological or literary battles on behalf of the Maoists allowed” Tragic death An article in the Organiser comments on the suicide of the Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula It says that the “recent events call for an in-depth study of what is happening in the name of Dalit politics” It says that a “vicious racial hate theory has been propagated in the university campuses of Andhra Pradesh in the name of Dalit liberation abetted by forces inimical to national unity” It also notes “the long history of hate campaign” has been facilitated “with patronage from the people occupying seats of power within and outside India” Contending that the “kingpin of this divisive phenomenon” was Kancha Ilaiah director of the Centre for the study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy at the Maulana Azad National Urdu University in Hyderabad the story says that the Osmania University is a “veritable den of casteist and racist movements” It notes that by “pitting Ambedkar against Gandhi Ilaiah has been marketed in the West as a messiah of the downtrodden in Bharat” Noting that “Ilaiah has ominously predicted a major civil war” in India it points at the “attempts to whip up gross communal and divisive passions” in university campuses of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana It says that “the most unfortunate suicide of Rohith Vemula is but one more tragic result of such ideological posturing and divisive campus politics” R-day reflection An editorial in the Panchajanya reflects on the 67th Republic Day and asks whether India has evolved the way it was supposed to by the makers of the Constitution “Did we avoid the threats indicated by our ancestors” it says It says that while the basic structure of the Constitution cannot be amended yet some instances suggest that this foundation was ignored due to political reasons It also talks about the need to become more aware of our resources Saying the country has “572 priceless islands” it notes that there has never been an attempt to take proper note of this resource It also talks about the Goods and Services Tax bill that has been thwarted on technical grounds by those who are “losing people’s support and political power” Noting that minorities backward classes and tribals have been used as “pawns for political interests” it underlines the Shah Bano case in which the government reversed an SC decision to appease the minorities It notes that the intention of the Constitution was that the backward classes and tribals are empowered But politics has derailed this vision and has lead to heightened social conflict and animosity Compiled by Ashutosh Bhardwaj For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: October 5 2017 4:26 pm With no Nigeria this time the seven-time CONCACAF champions will be one of the favourites (Source: Twitter) Related News Two-time champions Mexico are not resting on their past laurels and want to start afresh in their bid to rewrite history at the FIFA U-17 World Cup chief coach Mario Arteaga said on Thursday The Mexican U-17 team are the only former champions in the Group F having won the title in Peru-2005 and at home soil in 2011 Among the 24 teams Mexico who also finished runners-up in UAE-2013 are one of the most consistent sides since the turn of century in the U-17 World Cup “Whatever happened was history This team is all set to make a new history come whatever may We have it in us to do anything” Mexico chief coach Mario Arteaga told reporters after their first practice session “The FIFA U-17 World Cup has a rich history There’re so many emotions attached to this tournament We are looking forward to make history again Let’s see what happens” “We have changed some players We have come with the aspiration to win the U-17 World Cup” said Arteaga who took charge of Mexico during Chile-2015 guiding the two-time champions to fourth place Following a thrilling 2-4 semi-final defeat to eventual champions Nigeria Mexico had lost to Belgium in the third place play-off in a equally exciting match with a 2-3 scoreline With no Nigeria this time the seven-time CONCACAF champions will be one of the favourites but Arteaga said they are not underestimating any rivals “We are not taking any competitor lightly Everyone has their own strengths like Brazil Germany and Spain” said Arteaga who had a 15-day conditioning camp with the youngsters in Spain “Every team has different characteristics and we’re prepared to tackle each of them Can’t compare the teams” While Chile are battling to cope with the high heat and humidity of Kolkata Mexico are not in a mood to complain despite their late arrival “We have been practising in such conditions for last few months and we are flexible in any kind of weather We don’t think weather will make it difficult for us We have played in so many grounds and have adapted to different conditions” Arteaga said The 21-member El Tri checked in Wednesday evening and had their first feel of Kolkata while training at the SAI Eastern Centre practice ground Mexico who open their campaign against Asian champions Iraq in the 8pm match on October 8 were the last to arrive here while their group F opponents Chile were the first to come followed by Iraq and England “They have changed their players so many times But as I said I’m not taking any team easily Anything can happen in the match” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: September 14 2017 4:54 pm Asthmatics regularly suffer from these pronounced contractions preventing adequate ventilation of the lungs The resulting shortness of breath can be life-threatening (Source: File Photo) Related News Researchers have extracted an active pharmaceutical substance from the leaves of a common ornamental plant — coralberry — which could provide hope for people with asthma The findings led by researchers at the University of Bonn in Germany and asthma specialists from the UK showed that the leaves of the coralberry contain a substance with the cryptic name “FR900359” The extracts when used in mice almost inhibited the characteristic contraction of the airways Further the study found that “FR900359” is very effective at preventing the bronchial muscles from contracting Asthmatics regularly suffer from these pronounced contractions preventing adequate ventilation of the lungs The resulting shortness of breath can be life-threatening The compound in the coralberry leaves relieves these spasms and is supposedly more effective and has a more prolonged action than the most common asthma drug salbutamol the researchers noted in the paper published in the journal Science Translational Medicine Inhibiting the activation of critical signaling molecules in cells — the Gq proteins — with “FR900359” the researchers found a much greater effect Gq proteins exert key functions in many processes in the body including control of the airway tone “We have so far only tested the substance in asthmatic mice… we were able to prevent the animals from reacting to allergens such as house dust mite with a narrowing of the bronchia” said lead author Daniela Wenzel Professor at the varsity There were hardly any side effects as the active pharmaceutical ingredient could be applied via inhalation to the respiratory tract and thus only reached the systemic circulation in small quantities However further tests which could take years are required prior to its application in humans the researchers said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: February 6 2017 4:37 am Top News CHIEF MINISTER Vijay Rupani dedicated to public 1008 affordable houses built by the Rajkot Municipal Corporation and the project of converting 53500 sodium lights into LED lights of the civic body in Rajkot on Saturday evening The affordable houses have come up in Popatpara area of the city This is the third batch of houses that the RMC has completed and handed over their possessions to beneficiaries These houses have been constructed at the cost of Rs 90 crore The CM also conducted draw of lots of 1763 other dwelling units being built by the civic body at the cost of Rs 117 crore for the economically weaker sections and middle income group of the society Addressing the beneficiaries of the housing project Rupani said that the feeling of gratitude among the poor was the evidence of success of the state government The CM who is an MLA from Rajkot also inaugurated the project of beautifying Race Course garden at the cost of Rs 20 lakh For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 4 2017 11:14 am Keerti Kelkar who took a break from work is returning to the small screen to play the new Simar in Sasural Simar Ka which is aired on Colors channel Top News Popular television actress Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar says she is proud of the way her husband Sharad’s career has shaped but as she is making a comeback she wants the focus to be on her work now Sharad who started off with TV went on to star in several Bollywood and Marathi films Keerti and Sharad tied the knot in 2005 and welcomed their first baby Kesha in 2014 The actress who took a break from work is returning to the small screen to play the new Simar in “Sasural Simar Ka” which is aired on Colors channel “I am very proud of Sharad He has grown and become a fine actor He does have what excites him He tries to experiment and do different stuff But now I want the focus on me and I have told him no more talking about your work talk about my show and me” Keerti told PTI “He has been giving me lot of tips I hope I make him proud with this show (‘Sasural Simar Ka’)” Family commitments kept the 33-year-old actress away from work and she has no qualms about it “There were some roles that came my way before this show and some of the offers were exciting But I had no difficulty in saying no” she says “Now my child is sorted she has started with her school and the show and the character was good enough to say yes I was ready to go to work now I think this was going to be the show for me to make a comeback” she adds The replacement on the show “Sasural Simar Ka” comes after Dipika Kakar–the original Simar–quit the show apparently to concentrate on her personal life “I am open for the comparisons as they are part of the job I am ok with it I like positivity around I do not take anything negative to my heart I will take criticism seriously and I will improve myself as I want to do a good job” Keerti says Though the character of Simar is already established for Keerti the challenge lies in adding some freshness to it “Dipika has established this character… she has done a great job But the audience connects to the character The character of Simar is very strong she fights for her family “I am patient and ready to work hard I hope audience relates to the character again” she adds Also Read:Trying to bring Shaktimaan back on small screen: MukeshKhanna Without giving out too many details on how her character of Simar be like after the replacement Keerti says there will be many twists and turns Keerti says she met Dipika recently and there was no bad blood “I did meet Dipika a few days back and we met very nicely I could feel positivity from her there was no bitterness or negativity The show is starting on a positive note I am not looking at it as a replacement but with a legacy that needs to be taken forward” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChennai:The BJP today said it would use the Modi government’s achievements in the economic sector and financial inclusion initiatives as an "additional weapon" to fight the coming Assembly polls in five states File photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi AFP BJP National Secretary H Raja said during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls "the only weapon we had in our side to face the polls was the expectations from (Narendra) Modi by people" "In the last 21 months the benefits of Modi government’s achievements especially in the area of financial inclusion (by way of) schemes like Jan Dhan Atal Pension Yojana and Mudra Bank have reached every individual and every household" "This is an additional weapon We will use this as an election weapon" Raja told reporters here while responding to queries about the party’s strategies to face the polls in Assam Kerala Tamil Nadu West Bengal and Puducherry Raja slammed the CPM for its alleged role in the recent attacks on workers of BJP RSS and Youth Congress in Kerala and ruled out the possibility of joining any front that had the Left party as a constituent since it was a "declared position" not to align with it Virtually opposing another tie-up with former NDA constituent MDMK Raja said its founder Vaiko had made very critical remarks about the Prime Minister adding such a person "cannot be our friend" PTI" he said.

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