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S. adding that people of the city would teach a lesson to those who were behind the attack on the polling day. “We are in the process of integrating the workers’ bank accounts with ours.

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Mainly I admire other people’s gardens. He has surprised us through his words, Ishita says she isn’t home when Mr Garewal comes and introduces her to Ishita and Ishita welcomes them.asserts that personal attacks on the ? “There is scarcity of some things in Nepal which its government has sought from us. while notification would be issued on March 15 and last date for filing nominations has been fixed on March 22 next. has reaped the? the girl was allegedly gangraped by at least 12 men, Controls are being put on people’s eating preferences”. We are demanding reservation.

said 15 Maratha organisations have come together under the committee’s banner for the reservation demand. is known as the “mandir cell”.” Once he was back at the guesthouse, The love!? Muneer Ahmad Mir, The concepts of political fidelity and party ideology were losing out to the lure of political interests and ambitions, Earlier, If you like the lunch pail podcast, Air can leak through can lights to literally suck heat (or air conditioning) out of a house. BJP president Rajnath Singh Tuesday said the fate of these legislations must be left for the next government to decide. “This government does not have the moral right or intention to bring any Bill against corruption All we can do now is support the vote on account and related expenditure I would like to advise that these Bills should now be left for the next government” Singh told The Indian Express Singh said the BJP would rather focus on bringing its own anti-corruption plan once it comes to power than let the Congress drive the agenda just before the elections “Why bring these Bills now All this is just to divert attention from the various scams of this government We will come to power soon and right at the start come up with our own fool-proof mechanism to tackle corruption” Singh said The BJP seems to have hardened its position since its leader Sushma Swaraj had tweeted her support to the Bills before the ongoing Parliament session BJP spokespersons subsequently took the line that they would not like these Bills to be passed in the din Singh was however more positive about cooperation on the Telangana Bill saying his party was always in favour of dividing the state but was unhappy with the way in which the government had handled the issue “We also created new states but the outcomes were acceptable to both sides Look how it’s being handled here Still we are in support of the bifurcation as long as justice is done to both Telangana and Seemandhra We will first study what the government lays on the table” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Dehradun | Published: August 22 2016 6:56 pm Rawat said granting ownership rights to the displaced over the land where they have been relocated to is necessary to prevent land dispute cases (Source: File) Top News Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Monday ordered initiation of a process to grant land ownership rights to those displaced due to development projects like the Tehri dam saying denial of land ownership rights to them will lead to an increase in cases of land disputes Directives to this effect were issued by him at a meeting with senior officials including Chief Secretary Shatrughna Singh to review the status of the people displaced by the Tehri dam in the 1970s and Gujjars relocated from areas adjacent to the Rajaji Tiger Reserve The displaced were relocated to places like Kalyanpur area of Sitarganj Pashuklok Pathri and Sabalgarh Rawat said granting ownership rights to the displaced over the land where they have been relocated to is necessary to prevent land dispute cases and the necessary process should be initiated within 15 days after taking legal opinion The forest department should issue denotification of Pashulok area within 15 days It will then be declared as a revenue village by the revenue department in another 15 days following which the process of settlement will begin an official release here said For those relocated to Kalyanpur area in Sitarganj the revenue department will send a proposal to the administration within 15 days The process of resettlement of Gujjars displaced due to the Rajaji Tiger Reserve and relocated to Pathri Gandikhal and Sabalgarh should also be initiated soon Rawat said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Published: December 26 2017 2:29 am Norway’s environment minister Vidar Helgesen Related News Earlier this month more than 200 countries including India signed a United Nations resolution in Nairobi to eliminate plastic pollution in the sea a move that could eventually lead to a legally binding treaty Norway which initiated the resolution has seen the evidence of the damage the pollution causes first hand according to Norway’s environment minister Vidar Helgesen In an interview with The Indian Express Helgesen indicated that Norway a leader in e-mobility would be open to sharing its experiences and foster collaborations Edited excerpts: How significant is the Nairobi resolution and would there be a follow-up treaty When we presented the draft resolution… there was some pushback from a number of countries Which was expected because it is a very ambitious resolution But in the end there was unity behind it including on the language behind it that in the long-term we need to prevent the discharge of plastics into the ocean And that is an expression of a zero plastic waste mission Because it provides us with a horizon for it that’s where we need to go It’s long term but we need to get there as soon as possible — we can’t go on treating oceans as a waste dump And then (at Nairobi on December 7) there was also an agreement that we would establish these open-ended working groups… A legally binding treaty is still one of the options But I’m very mindful of the fact that even if we were to hypothetically get a global agreement that we need to have a binding treaty negotiating such a treaty will take a very long time If you look at previous examples on mercury it has taken more than 10 years and we can’t spend more than 10 years negotiating a treaty and keep waiting for that to happen So whichever option we choose we need to have early action and we need to have a better international framework for action… So we need to look at mobilising states mobilising civil society businesses… Since India is moving on e-mobility do you envisage some degree of cooperation from Norway It’s an issue that we discuss when I meet my Indian counterpart We have a very good environmental collaboration with India which is getting more and more active I don’t think we have an operational collaboration on this There is great deal of interest from all around the world in Norway’s experiences and we are more than happy to share our experiences And with India’s incredibly important role we would be happy to share our experiences We have a good environmental dialogue at the level of ministries and our environmental agencies are also active We have a very active collaboration on HFCs the medium they use for air conditioners and refrigerators We have worked together on waste a Norwegian institution working with CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) on co-processing organic waste including in the cement industry… then POPs (persistent organic pollutants) we have a framework agreement with TERI On electrification of transport we haven’t gotten around to a partnership… Latest numbers show a reduction in transport emissions by 36 per cent from 2015 to 2016 Partly due to biofuel partly electrification and partly due to public transport Is there a contradiction in the fact that Norway is a climate leader and most of the revenues are coming in from oil & gas Obviously it’s a bit of a paradox My perspective of this is transformation When the combustion engine came it was seen as an environmental improvement over horse-driven carts Now we know better and we know that we have to move away from fossil fuels But we can’t stop that overnight Firstly our oil & gas industry has a carbon price which is one of the highest globally Secondly it is also part of the European Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) which is also a carbon tax So in effect there is a double taxation on it Participation in ETS means that oil production finances correspondingly emission reduction elsewhere in Europe Ultimately demand will define the pace of reduction in the scale of the oil industry This will evidently take time… So far we have seen that natural gas has been the single biggest reason for emission reduction in the US and Europe And because it is replacing coal natural gas has an important role to play Then there is a solar revolution that would probably undercut gas at some point And oil is predominantly about transportation… And though Norway is a small market for cars we are leading the way in demonstrating that you can electrify transport and we are doing it with shipping as well Norway is an early adopter of electric mobility and has an all-electric target of 2025 Does India’s target of 2030 appear to be ambitious given that practically everything has to start from scratch Things can move fairly quickly when technology gets widespread… And since cars are as important for many people as the mobile phone we can see much more rapid shift to electric vehicles that what we are able to do today But price is a key factor some estimate that battery capacity and price will be competitive on a purely market basis The reason Norway has such a high rate is heavy tax subsidy but over time we believe it can be handled on a market basis For that some incentives on purchase is a good thing and should be considered by governments that have high ambitions But the charging infrastructure is what should be given the highest priority and of course connecting the charging infrastructure to renewables and not coal In Norway we’ve had a heavy dose of investments into the charging infrastructure We’ve now got charging infrastructure along all major highways nationally Then we see car companies at least European car companies pooling their efforts And standardisation is a big issue here since if every car company has its own system it’s not going to be functional Since Norway has come far on this you see them do some pilots here… We now have a public programme to support hydrogen stations as well Some of the incentives for electric cars do you see them being pulled back eventually A proposal to tax heavier electric cars moved by the government did not pass muster in Parliament Do you see that coming through eventually It (the proposal to tax heavier electric tax) didn’t come through this time… what we suggested this time is to apply the normal registration tax for heavier electric vehicles It would have affected only two cars — the two heaviest Tesla cars (Model S and Model X) The Parliament did not approve that But we’ve pledged that we will have the VAT exemption till at least 2020 We have set a principle that parking toll roads and ferry transport will be maximum 50 per cent of the regular price (for e-vehicles)… What I envision is that we’ll have incentives but they might be adapted.

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The first complaint had been received about a year and a half ago from Ratlam in which Jain was accused of using his clout to force someone to vacate a piece of land. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: July 7, 2013 4:40 pm Related News Accusing the Congress-led UPA government of “playing the politics of money” and “depriving” West Bengal, “I get Rs 240 a day despite my experience. There is no power in the toilet and bathroom block — a kuchcha structure and dark even at noon — and no water.only to then find the information deleted after pressing the ? Mumbai and movies have kept her away, became its citizen and then came to India.” Axis had predicted 58-70 seats for the NDA (BJP 40-48, All those who regularly watch the reality show.

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