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Either police or cantonment board should be responsible for maintaining them, he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PRASAD JOSHI | Published: June 11 2013 2:31 am Related News All colleges affiliated to the University of Pune (UoP) will henceforth have to submit a semester-wise report on implementation of anti-ragging measures to the varsity Earlierthe practice was of submitting it only once a year The decisionwhich is expected to ensure strict compliance of guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and Supreme Courtas well as provisions of the Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act1999has been welcomed by colleges and students unions alike We used to seek action-taken report on implementation of anti-ragging measures from colleges on an annual-basis Howeverthe university administrationhas in the recent pastcome across several inquires from the government and other bodies about the anti-ragging measures taken up by colleges Sonow the colleges will have to submit the report every semester? There are not enough drivers for the buses and with plans to add more buses to the fleet, This is seen as a drain on resources, a senior Congress leader and relative of Lalu Prasad, works have not only been positioned alongside works of masters like K G Subramanyan,s nod for implementation of ? Steve Galster, According to the team? The Bayern Munich star signed off on Tuesday by scoring both goals in Amsterdam as the Dutch fell well short of the unlikely 7-0 win they needed to make the play-offs after a desperately disappointing qualifying campaign.” an AIU official said.

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Sources said the letter, Resembling a mathematics teacher with a whiteboard and marker,The total premium received under the same scheme is Rs 34 crore. If the councillors who had been detained under the preventive detention law in Bombay had been permitted to exercise their franchise and cast their votes, many an election campaign have been fought and won on stoking of fear and hatred of a foreign and Muslim population that’s bent on destroying and taking over communities.The Bangladeshi migrant is every community’s favourite punching bag Jobs that local populations won’t even look at are done by them for wages that are very low These are wages that business owners get away with because of the status of the employee While they would have constitutional protection and protection under the labour laws if they were to working in the organized sector the overwhelming number of jobs that they are involved in are in the unorganized and unregulated sectors and labour law protection if any is insignificant The region with its many tribal communities whose populations range between a few thousand and two million has always been a hotbed for narrow identity politics that prey on the fears of people A fear that their villages and towns might get overrun by people whose culture and religion they are told repeatedly by politicians student leaders and the media seeks to destroy theirs In the state of Meghalaya this anti-Bangladeshi theme played out in 2014 in the movement for the demand of the implementation of the Inner Line Permit The coalmines and limestone quarries in the state attract migrant labourers who along with their extended families add to the burgeoning population Migrants from Bangladesh who work for lower wages fill that space The consensus among the indigenous population is that the number of illegal immigrants pouring into the state is unsustainable “Ours is a very small state with very limited avenues There is no truth to the argument that we don’t want to do menial labour” Shaphrang Pyrbot a twenty-one-year-old said Shaphrang is an avid supporter of the implementation of the ILP and does not understand why other people are against it “You can’t expect us to work for one hundred rupees a day It’s because these people can get away with paying fifty rupees a day to someone from Bangladesh that there is no room to negotiate a more reasonable wage “ Shaphrang added that he and many of his friends and relatives would happily work the jobs that illegal migrants are taking up if a system of reasonable and fair wages ware implemented “But Khasi boys don’t want to do the jobs that Bangladeshis do” explained Bah Jo a 50-year-old contractor who has been designing and building houses for twenty years “Currently I am building three different houses in three different localities of Shillong I have one hundred and fifty two people who work for me and one hundred and thirty five of them are from Bangladesh "That’s the travesty of it all“ he added “Jobs are available but our boys and girls don’t want to do them” Assam has a considerable Muslim population that is as Assamese and as Indian as anyone else It has had to be defensive about its religion and patriotism especially in the face of the ugly campaigning in the last election by the BJP This kind of rhetoric finds passionate support in many an impressionable individual whose current situation and future prospects look neither bright nor promising They are told that the ones responsible for all their problems are foreigners from the neighbouring country and they lap it up In this process of scapegoating responsibility for an adverse situation is passed on to the hapless foreigner By: Reuters | Kaula Lumpur | Published: August 2 2017 2:36 pm Spending by Chinese clubs has been rampant with the Asian transfer fee record broken three times over an 18-month period (Source: File) Top News Chinese Football Association (CFA) vice president Zhang Jian says the country’s football authorities are fighting to keep pace with the rapid growth of the club game in China The Chinese Super League has undergone massive growth over the last three years with transfer fees and wages sky-rocketing as the battle for domestic and regional supremacy has intensified among wealthy owners But while the local governing body has sought to keep the rampant spending under control FIFA Council member Zhang believes his organisation has found it a challenge to stay ahead following major reforms within the CFA last year “We’re in the first stage of our professional football development and more and more money is coming into the market and that makes the league very competitive and a lot of people are watching the matches” Zhang told Reuters “The Chinese professional league has only 20 years’ history so compared with Europe where they have played for more than a hundred years we’re a very young league “But we’re developing very fast and the central government is now very focused on football The football league is very hot but our regulations and our administration must fit the league “We are facing some challenges The first challenge is because of the fast improvement the clubs are making they are developing very fast but the situation is that the CFA has only just reformed and has a new policy direction “In the old system when the CFA published some policies everyone would follow but now because the league is growing we are trying to make a new system… now the CFA and clubs are trying to make sure everything fits for the new model” Spending by Chinese clubs has been rampant with the Asian transfer fee record broken three times over an 18-month period before new measures implemented on the eve of the summer transfer window appeared to temporarily cool the market The CFA has also sought to reduce the number of foreigners clubs are allowed to field in an attempt to safeguard at least one place in starting line-ups for local players under the age of 23 The moves are being made in an attempt to kick-start development that will ultimately improve the fortunes of a national team which continues to struggle to make an impact “At this moment the level of Chinese football is caused by the mistakes we made in the last 10 or 20 years” Zhang added “So no one knows how long it will take to fix maybe it will be 20 years later “In England or Germany when their teams underperform their FAs need 20 years to put a development plan in place and it’s the same for China We can’t say we will do something and then the team will reach a high level in three or five years “We must plan to reach the top level in Asia by 2030 so we still have more than 10 years to do that and we need patience Without patience we can’t be successful” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Updated: June 22 2017 4:15 am Videos of the boys being paraded naked were uploaded on social media which has made them recognisable Deepak Joshi Top News OVER A month after two minors at Ulhasnagar were stripped and paraded for allegedly stealing a snack they have stopped going to school “A few times when he went out to play boys in the area teased him by calling him ‘chakli chor’ Though school has begun since June 15 he refuses to go fearing he will be taunted in front of the entire class or in presence of teachers” says the 33-year old mother of the younger of the two boys aged eight She added that since most of the kids from the neighbourhood go to the same school her son is apprehensive “I tried convincing him to go to school This week he even woke up early but was reluctant again” she says The older of the two boys aged nine is not going to school either as it is in the same area where the incident took place On May 21 the two boys from the Premnagar locality in Ulhasnagar were allegedly caught stealing chakli from a nearby shop The boys were stripped naked allegedly by the shop owner and his sons The accused also tonsured the boys’ heads made them wear footwear around their necks and paraded them in the locality At least three mobile phone cameras recorded this and within a few hours a video of the incident was widely circulated on social media The boys’ mothers both single parents were away at work and came to know of the incident when a neighbour showed them the video The video has ensured that the boys are easily recognised in the locality The mothers too have had to face problems After the incident both the women could not go to work for 8-10 days They worked as domestic helps in many homes in Ulhasnagar working for nearly 12 hours and earning Rs 5000 per month “I had to be around my son as he was in shock and there were many visitors When I returned to work after 8-10 days my employers had found replacements For nearly a month I have been jobless” says the 25-year old mother of the nine-year old boy The 33-year old too has lost a few jobs and her earnings have been halved she says The women say that though sending their children to another school away from the locality is an option money and access are problems “Sending him to a private school will be too expensive I have tried to look for other schools but the process is time-consuming and I can’t take leave from my job” says the 33-year old The women also tried enrolling the children in state-run hostels While the 33-year old was told that her eight-year old was too young for a hostel the 25-year old said she visited a hostel in Kurla but was not happy with its condition On Wednesday she approached the Child Welfare Committee again seeking that her son be sent to a children’s home nearby “She has approached us We will hear the case to decide” said Meenal Thakore chairperson of the Thane CWC While many including the Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi had assured help after the incident the mothers say little has been done so far When contacted AN Tripathi Member Secretary of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights who had visited the two minors in May said he would not be able to comment as he was not in the city The three accused booked on charges including under POCSO and Atrocities Act are in jail said senior inspector Mohan Waghmare of Hill Line police station For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Hyderabad | Published: January 24 2010 7:30 pm Related News Seeking to mount pressure on the Centre for a favourable decision on Telangana issueTRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday demanded that all public representatives quit their posts by January 28 as per the deadline set by all-party Joint Action Committee (JAC) “Posts and positions are not permanent All MPs and MLAs should quit by January 28 On our part13 public representatives of TRS have submitted their resignations” he saidaddressing a gathering on outskirts of the city The Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (JAC)spearheading the battle for a separate stateset out a deadline for the Centre till January 28 to come out with a timeframe on statehood issue failing which all lawmakers of the region will press for acceptance of their resignations Senior TDP MLA from Telangana region N Janardhan Reddy asked Congress MPsMLAs and other leaders to be united with the leaders of other parties in the interest of Telangana MeanwhileCongress MLAs and MPs from Telangana facing a dilemma over quitting their posts will go to New Delhi on January 26 to lobby with the top leaderssenior Congress MLA R Damodar Reddy told reporters The Congress legislators also met senior party Rajya Sabha member K Keshav Rao on Sunday “We requested him (Keshav Rao) to use his influence with the party high command to see that a statement is made by January 28 in favour of Telangana” Reddy said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 3 2017 9:13 am Reliance Jio’s Rs 149 plan now has unlimited data on offer but there’s a slight catch to this Reliance Jio has made a subtle change to its Rs 149 plan which offers users 2GB data in total The plan which has a validity of 28 days in prepaid and comes with unlimited voice calls (local and std included) along with unlimited SMS (300 limit per day) is now also offering unlimited data However the amount of data at 4G speeds will only be 2GB So what happens after a user crosses the 2GB data limit Reliance Jio will still continue to offer free data on this plan but at reduced speeds However unlike other plans where Jio reduces the speed to 128Kbps with the Rs 149 plan the speed is reset to 64Kbps which is really low So technically you’re still getting unlimited data for Rs 149 but the speeds will be on the lower side in fact half of what the reduced speeds are on other plans The only advantage with the Reliance Jio Rs 149 plan is that now one won’t have to get a top-up voucher to continue browsing the internet in case they run out of the total pack limit At Rs 149 Jio will continue to offer unlimited data even if the speeds are not really at 4G level Reliance Jio also has a Rs 96 plan with unlimited calls SMS and 1GB internet per day and the validity of this pack is for 7 days In total a user will get 7GB data for the validity period However this pack also comes with unlimited data meaning if a user exhausts the daily FUP of 1GB the user will still have access to the internet for free But in this case the speeds are reduced to 128Kbps To restore 4G speeds users have to get the internet voucher recharge done via the MyJio app or from the Jiocom website Reliance Jio’s data plans have also seen rivals like Airtel offer new prepaid plans for customers Airtel also has a Rs 149 plan for its prepaid customers but the free calls are unlimited only for Airtel to Airtel network and this also has 2GB 4G data on board For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: Press Trust of India | Toronto | Updated: February 8 2014 3:46 pm Teens who play violent video games for long hours may be prevented in developing a positive sense of what is right and wrong: Study (Image Courtesy: Thinkstock) Related News Spending too much time playing violent video games may delay development of moral judgement in teens a new study has found Teens who play violent video games for long hours may be prevented from getting involved in different positive social experiences in real life and in developing a positive sense of what is right and wrong researchers said Mirjana Bajovic of Brock University Canada set out to discover whether there was a link between the types of video games teens played how long they played them and the teens’ levels of moral reasoning: their ability to take the perspective of others into account She quizzed a group of eighth-graders (aged 13-14) about their playing habits and patterns and determined their stage of moral reasoning using an established scale of one to four The study results indicated that there was a significant difference in sociomaturity levels between adolescents who played violent video games for one hour a day and those who played for three or more Bajovic suggested that both the content of the games and the time spent playing contribute to the fact that many of the violent gamers achieved only the second stage of sociomoral maturity Earlier research suggests that adolescents who have not advanced beyond this point “usually have not had enough opportunities to take different roles or consider the perspective of others in real life” “The present results indicate that some adolescents in the violent video game playing group who spent three or more hours a day playing violent video games while assumingly detached from the outside world are deprived of such opportunities” Bajovic said “Spending too much time within the virtual world of violence may prevent [gamers] from getting involved in different positive social experiences in real life and in developing a positive sense of what is right and wrong” Bajovic added There was no correlation between the amount of time adolescents reported playing non-violent video games and their sociomoral reasoning levels the study found The research was published in the journal Educational Media International For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn the euphoric press conference soon after BJP was trounced in Bihar Lalu Prasad Yadav said “it was neither JD(U) government nor RJD government It is a ‘Mahagatbandhan sarkar’ Soon after the cabinet was sworn on Friday there is room for some ambiguity for it could be a Nitish Kumar government with Lalu Yadav via his two sons trying to wrest at least half control if not more of the arrangement Like with the country’s First Family that is the Nehru-Gandhi lineage being the Congress Lalu Yadav is the RJD never mind he is not even the chief of the party — it only has a vice president He is the supremo who however cannot sign a complaint to the Election Commission In that press conference he had spoken of Nitish as ‘our chief minister’ but now that could be the rein the man wants to hold It is going to be Nitish Kumar’s tightrope walk Lalu Prasad Yadav with his sons in a file photo That is however a development that could take shape over the long term but Lalu Yadav has achieved something remarkable though not necessarily admirable He has now developed the Yadav clan — one he heads — as the most powerful dynasty in Bihar In fact after two family members – Rabri Devi and Misa Yadav — lost their bids for Lok Sabha in 2014 it was thought that it was mostly all over for him But no It rose sphinx-like from the ashes and is bound to further consolidate its presence in Bihar Soon after the swearing in ceremony Misa Devi was seen on television screen listing the five members of the family in politics – the parents who were both chief ministers now Tejashwi Yadav the deputy chief minister and Tej Pratap He had run Bihar via his wife Rabri Devi’s kitchen so to say when he had to vacate his chief minister’s office in 1997 when implicated in the fodder swindle The Centre had dismissed her in February 1999 but she returned when the Vajpayee government withdrew it for her reinstatement in March the same year She took office thrice and on Friday watched two sons take office one as a deputy chief minister and the other as a cabinet minister What makes it sweeter for the Yadavs is that in the elections to the Bihar Legislative Assembly of the 22 families which put up a successor to keep their lineages in politics – more aptly get some slice of power – only seven won Unlike others who put up several Lalu Yadav had only two candidates in fray Tej Pratap Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav and the hit rate was 100 per cent Others fared badly Though RJD joined a rival Nitish Kumar and his JD(U) the losses of families like the Paswans must have been delectable scores for him In feudal set ups the strengthening of a family is as important as winning the right to form a government The Yadavs have nine children of course all adults now and when one of them forayed into cricket it was a kind of amusing development because most thought that a cricket blazer sat ill on a person whose father took pride in buffaloes Of the seven girls four have been married into other political families though three of them in Uttar Pradesh That makes the family almost entirely political Look at the matrimonial alliances of the family Rajlaxmi Singh was given in marriage to Tej Pratap Singh an MP who is the grandnephew of Samajwadi Party’s supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav Interestingly the Mulayam family’s dining table could well be the parliamentary party meeting venue for the party has no non-family member in Parliament after the 2014 elections Her sibling Ragini Devi is married to Rahul Yadav a son of Jitendra Yadav? anti-outsider ideology. 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