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But the government is floundering. at Khandoor Sahib, more than 500 farmers from 12 villages have pledged around 700 acres to the firm, 2017 4:46 am “People are welcome to call me what they like. “I didn’t want to make it a mere photo opportunity,Regulations for Residential Townships ?Written by Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Published: December 4 I am of the opinion that cognisance was rightly taken by the trial court against the petitioner for the alleged offences, which rejected the man’s plea to stop criminal proceedings against him and his parents.The wife had alleged that after she had lodged a domestic violence case against them the husband had forcibly obtained her signatures on a divorce petition and raped her at a hotel She had alleged that before threatening to upload obscene pictures on the porn site the man had also created a false profile on a matrimonial site and uploaded an objectionable advertisement on another website Additional Sessions Judge Praveen Kumar dismissed the appeal filed by the accused against an order of a magisterial court which had framed charges against the man and his parents in the case “From the material placed on record I am of the opinion that cognisance was rightly taken by the trial court against the petitioner for the alleged offences” the judge said The magisterial court had taken cognisance of the alleged offences punishable under section 376B (intercourse by public servant with woman in his custody) 354D (stalking) 509 (word gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) 506 (criminal intimidation) 120B (criminal conspiracy) 34 (common intention) of IPC In her complaint filed in the magisterial court the woman had said after getting married in August 2011 she had filed a case of domestic violence against her husband and in- law alleging cruelty and criminal breach of trust “After filing of the domestic violence case accused not only posted her photograph and a false profile on matrimonial site but also uploaded an objectionable advertisement on an internet website due to which a number of unknown persons started visiting her house causing harassment to her… “Further under the threat of uploading her pictures on porn sites her husband obtained her signatures on divorce petition and took her to a hotel in Haryana and established physical relations against her will” the complaint said adding that the husband had also threatened her with dire consequences For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 18 2017 12:21 am Mamata Banerjee plays a 2012 video of BJP MP Subramanian Swamy at Nabanna (Source: Express photo) Top News CHIEF MINISTER Mamata Banerjee on Friday spoke in favour of a ‘grand alliance’ to prevent BJP from ‘bulldozing governments of different states’ “The Opposition must be strong If any proposal comes I am here I have no problem If BJP targets Bengal Bihar and Odhisa then we have to target the rest of country where BJP is in power” she told mediapersons in Kolkata Dismissing the idea of the BJP posing any threat to the Trinamool Congress in the next Assembly polls Mamata said: “They cannot… they cannot What do you think Now they are the party number three or four in Bengal… How will they be able to capture all the seats Forcefully” She asserted if the BJP can take on her party in Bengal the Trinamool would target the BJP in entire India “I have full trust in Bengal Bengal is not the place where you will divide and say anything and people will start accepting that” said Mamata Alleging that Rs 1000 crore was used in UP Assembly elections by the BJP the CM said: “Why so much money was used in UP election The people want to know” Showing a 2012 video clip of BJP MP Subramanian Swamy speaking on how electronic voting machines (EVMs) could be tampered with Mamata said: “I am not saying anything but I would like you to see what BJP MP Subramanian Swamy said There are allegations of EVMs being tampered with and an investigation should be conducted” She appealed to the Election Commission to convene an all-party meeting to discuss the matter WITH PTI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 27 2015 8:48 am “Several MPs came to me after reports said that the proposed changes were against farmers” says Gadkari Related News In this session moderated by Chief of Bureau Maneesh Chhibber Union Minister for Road Transport Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari says the ‘perception’ that industrial corridors are for business houses is ‘wrong’ and insists that no work can get done if the consent clause in the land acquisition Bill stays Why Nitin Gadkari The former BJP president has emerged as one of the key strategists in Parliament and outside on the land acquisition Bill His earlier stint in the Rural Affairs Ministry has come in handy as he has engaged both allies and the opposition on contentious issues of the Bill Last week he wrote to Sonia Gandhi Anna Hazare and others inviting them to an open debate on the issue to which the Congress president replied calling the Bill an “unabashed display of half-truths” Maneesh Chhibber: Tell us about the three new thingsrecently approved by theCabinet First is the Sagar Maala project There are 12 major ports in the country and this project involves a modernisation plan to improve their connectivity We are also exploring whether the 1289 islands in our country can be used for entertainment tourism shooting of films… Also if the 189 lighthouses in the country can be used for tourism Share This Article Related Article Secondly there are 40 projects of the railways that will costRs 2400 crore For this we have set up our own railway corporation Thirdly the Cabinet has approved a plan to convert 101 rivers for inland navigation For this a Bill has to be passed in Parliament The World Bank has given us Rs 4200 crore for this And let me make it clear we are not constructing barrages Soon I will help you all travel from Delhi to Agra by boat But there is a minuscule minority the environmentalists who will stop any development Maneesh Chhibber: What is the government planning to do with the land acquisition Bill Let me clear some misconceptions about the Bill Under Section 105 of the earlier Act 13 exempt laws had to be brought in within the first year In the ordinance that we promulgated we strengthened it by including defence and exempted the consent clause and Social Impact Assessment (SIA) for defence and rural infrastructure In rural areas 80 per cent of the land acquired is for irrigation The earlier Act says that suppose we have to build a dam in say 3000 acres and its water will be received by farmers in 3 lakh acres then we have to get the consent of 80 per cent of the farmers which is impossible So irrigation won’t be possible and farmers will commit suicide We also made exemptions for industrial corridors and affordable housing for the poor The perception is that industrial corridors are for big business houses Let me ask you will development take place only in Delhi or Mumbai If a corridor is established between Delhi and Mumbai industry will be set up in those areas too Land prices have increased so much that people are willing to give up their land Those who are giving up their land are happy and the ones acquiring them are also happy; only those who have nothing to do with all this are raking up controversies There is not a single thing in the new Bill that is against the farmer If by April 5 we don’t repromulgate the ordinance it will lapse So we are holding discussions with opposition parties telling them that if the things you have asked for have been included then support us Ruhi Tiwari: The land acquisition Bill is facing criticism over two issues First the five categories of projects you have introduced are open-ended They leave a lot of space for interpretation Second what was the need to do away with consent and SIA If the consent clause remains no work can happen For example your area doesn’t have parking space As a minister I decide to widen the road To widen the road I need to bring down your building Will your management give the consent to demolish the building The consent clause is against farmers’ interest Don’t you need schools in villages Don’t you need hospitals transformers electricity in villages You need irrigation you need canals If you don’t give land for rural infrastructure how will villages progress Subhomoy Bhattacharjee: Can’t you allow farmers to auction their land That will also earn them better returns There is a difference between letter and spirit ground realities and perception The fact is no industrialist comes to the government for land acquisition Reliance needed land in Navi Mumbai for an SEZ They paid 15 times the market rate and got it People used to come to us requesting us to ask Reliance to buy their land No industrialist no private university owner comes to the government for land They first acquire 300 acres and then come to the government requesting for land use to be changed I am from Vidarbha If I find someone willing to investRs 5000 crore or even Rs 500 crore I will fall at his feet in public and request him to invest in my village If industry comes to my village youth will get jobs… Farmers are committing suicide wheat paddy and sugarcane farming is ruined Around 10000 farmers have committed suicide in my region We need to change our opinion on industry Setting up industry is not a crime it provides employment to a lot of people Tekchand Sonawane: If land is acquired and the project doesn’t start on time or is delayed what are the provisions in your Bill The Forests and Environment Ministry has caused a losses of crores to our department… A project doesn’t start even after three-four years The Delhi-Jaipur Highway is delayed due to issues related to land acquisition Land has not been acquired at Kotputli village… five years have passed You are suggesting that we should return the land acquired What we will do with the half where the project is complete The previous government took no decision and projects got delayed There was no work on projects worth Rs 380000 crore But we cannot stop these projects they are in public interest We have assured that we will look into cases where land was acquired for personal benefits Liz Mathew: The land Bill is also being opposed by several BJP MPs and party leaders Do you think the government or party went wrong in trying to just push the Bill There is no problem within the BJP We made two mistakes Initially we talked about the Bill only in English which was hard for several of our MPs to understand Several MPs came to me after reports said that the proposed changes were against farmers The PM asked me to speak to them in Hindi I did that I also spoke in Parliament I challenged them to find one thing in the Bill which was not in farmers’ interest Those who are still opposed to it are invited to debate the amendments A TV channel had invited Jairam Ramesh and me for a debate on the Bill I was ready but he refused Why don’t they debate it They (the Opposition) just want to portray us as communal casteist and anti-farmer If they have made up their minds to oppose the Bill we can’t do much to help Abantika Ghosh: Have you reached out to parties outside the NDA I have talked to the Shiv Sena Trinamool Congress Sharad Pawar Praful Patel other leaders close to me Venkaiah Naidu and Arun Jaitley have talked to other political leaders We told them we are open-minded we are ready to accept any good suggestion but we need to debate the Bill But neither have they (the Congress) talked to us nor debated the Bill Arun S: Recently you said around 40 road projects have been terminated and 26 projects are facing difficulties which can’t be solved Are these related to land acquisition or are these financial problems Secondly why didn’t you have a debate before issuing the land Bill ordinance NHAI had 189 projects costingRs 380000 crore Of these roughly 100 projects had land-related problems which have been solved There were 40 projects that could not be started and in 99 per cent cases the reason was the government — Centre and states — land acquisition environmental clearances etc In 40 cases the contractors wanted to pull out… I used to request them to start the work and they said they won’t So we terminated 40 such contracts Of these there are 26 projects where we could not find a solution… so we held a meeting with the Finance Ministry No one was willing to work under the PPP model So we said the government would give 40 per cent of the project cost with the remaining to be brought in by private players We would acquire the land give forest clearance… all the risk would be with the government We would get the project completed and give interest cost plus 2 per cent profit with annuity per year On why we didn’t hold discussions before issuing the ordinance several kinds of talks were going on… After issuing the ordinance we went to Parliament but they (the Opposition) are not ready for a discussion in the Rajya Sabha Amitabh Sinha: The 2013 land Act has been in force for one year Does the government have any data on how much land has been acquired in that one year or how it could not be acquired due to the consent clause and SIA I was rural development minister for a while and it is well known that not one acre of land can be acquired with the 2013 Act Since land acquisition is in the concurrent list states made their own rules — Jayalalithaa made her own Prithviraj Chavan his own Bhupinder Singh Hooda his own I had suggested that we should say in the Bill that states should implement what they feel like Then there would not have been such a discussion States which want development will develop and those that don’t want to won’t Earlier the Act said compensation would be up to four times the market value of the land acquired We have removed this “up to” and said compensation has to be four times the market value Sunil Jain: The new cities that you were planning were to come along the industrial corridor But the amendment in the Act says the industrial corridor will only be 1 km long on either side of the road or railway So what happens to your vision of creating new cities We never declared that cities would be created near the industrial corridor What we are planning for instance is that if there is a road from Delhi to Mumbai we will look at how villages 1 km on either side of that road can be developed The 100 smart cities have been identified separately Vandita Mishra: You were earlier party president Do you find a difference in the way you ran the party and the way Amit Shah runs it now The second question: Julio Ribeiro recently wrote in The Indian Express that as a Christian he feels insecure in the country How do you view this I respect Mr Ribeiro a lot and I was very upset after reading the article But our government is not against minorities For instance two Muslim youths were involved in the Bengal nun rape case So we should not look at this in terms of caste and religion I was distressed that Mr Ribeiro felt that way and I told the PM this We consider Mr Ribeiro a role model We should be thinking about this wrong perception that is gaining ground The aim of parties such as the Congress is to create fear in the minds of minorities Such incidents against minorities have happened earlier too even in Congress-ruled states We will take action against anyone who attacks minority institutions We will ensure safety for institutions such as churches But there is one thing that I would like to appeal to the nation especially to the minorities For years now even during Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s government a perception was created due to vote bank politics that minorities are under threat when we are in government The priest whose release we secured from Afghanistan… we didn’t think of his religion or community We are against terrorists yes but not against any religion Now if there are some stray elements within the party who speak wrong we have rectified that We do not agree with any such remarks Now coming to your question about Amit Shah Matters concerning the party should be discussed only within the confines of the party not outside Shaji Vikraman: One of the success stories of the last NDA government was the NHAI The NHAI was restructured in 2009 Why do you want to change it again When I became minister 2 km of roads were being built per day The current average is 1189 km per day NHAI projects worth Rs 380 lakh crore were stuck When I meet you in April I will most likely be in a position to tell you that there is no delay anywhere Vandita Mishra: On Ribeiro again you said you brought it to the notice of the PM What was his reaction The PM has been very concerned and upset for a long time (on the church attacks) He had immediately called up the police commissioner of Delhi after the attacks in Delhi Harish Damodaran: How many kilometres of highway do you plan to complete in 2014-15 And at one time the NHAI had 50 contractors How many are there now So 30 km per day is my target that I wish to complete in two years… At this point the sector is under a lot of stress banks are in trouble I have to strengthen our contractors I tell our officials not to break the law but try to help then Then the media says ‘Gadkari wants to help contractors’ Avishek G Dastidar: Your name cropped up in Essar’s emails and it was learnt that you spent holidays on a yatch owned by the company You were not a minister then but if a politician aligns himself with a corporate house isn’t there a problem of ethics there I went on a holiday with my family to Norway and spent eight days there with my money While returning they suggested that there is a place near France where their yacht is anchored and that I should see the place So I told them that on the way back I will be returning from Frankfurt I bought my Frankfurt ticket and booked a hotel A TV reporter asked me why I had taken a helicopter to go to the yacht Now you don’t expect me to swim and go do you We went to the yacht at 3 pm prepared our own vegetarian food khichdi But yes I did drink their tea just like I have yours Apurva: Pollution levels are exceedingly high in Delhi How serious an issue is this for the government Pollution is a big problem Ethics ecology and economy are three things that are important I have just launched the first bus that runs on 100 per cent ethanol We are introducing the new Motor Vehicles Act this session Our department’s thinking is that we should convert the existing diesel buses into electric ones and bio-diesel should be promoted That is why we have also given permission to e-rickshaws Transcribed by Abhishek Kumar Sudhakar Jagdish andDebesh Banerjee For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Madhubani | Updated: July 26 2014 11:55 am Top News Three persons including a woman and two children were charred to death in a village of Madhubani district when their house caught fire in the early hours on Saturday Police officials said the incident happened at Ubhwa village while the three were sleeping in the house One person suffered severe burn injuries in the incident The deceased have been identified as Savita Devi (35) her daughter Sakshi Kumari (2) and son Ram Kumar Sharma (3) Savita’s husband Jitendra Sharma who suffered severe burn injuries have been admitted to government hospital Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Ram Kishore Prasad said the bodies have been sent for postmortem and investigations are on to find out the reasons behind the fire For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News
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They have argued that their support to the PCAPA was driven by their abject poverty and claimed For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhat’s happening with the fringe of sea ice surrounding Antarctica Is it growing or shrinking and why are there strikingly different trends in different regions of the continent To understand a puzzle that has been confounding scientists in recent years researchers need to know not only the spatial extent of the ice but also how thick it is which is tricky to estimate from satellite data alone or from scant point measurements taken by drilling into ice floes Now a team of scientists is offering a third way of collecting that data: from under the ice itself The researchers used an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) named SeaBED that is armed with upward-looking sonar to map the underside of the sea ice floes During two different research expeditions in the mid- to late springs of 2010 and 2012 the AUV—which resembles a 2-meter-long bunk bed with twin hulls stacked on top of one another—traveled back and forth through several different Southern Ocean waters in a lawn mower–like pattern at depths of 20 to 30 meters under the ice to collect a 3D survey of the topography of the sea ice’s underbelly After compiling 10 floe-scale maps of the ice from the Weddell Bellingshausen and the Wilkes Land regions of the continent the researchers found that the sea ice thickness tended to be highly variable with many ridges and valleys they report online today in Nature Geoscience On average Antarctic sea ice may be considerably thicker than once thought which could significantly change how scientists assess sea ice dynamics and their interactions with the ocean in a warming worldWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 4 2010 1:52 pm Top News Like generositytight-fistedness could be in your genessay researchers A new study by the University of Bonn has found that one in four people carry a gene which appears to predispose people to parsimony The gene — called COMT — comes in two variantsan ‘A’ version and a ‘G’ one For the studythe researchers recruited volunteers who were asked to gamble on a computer game in which they could donate their winnings to poor children in Peru They’re then shown an image of a girl called Lina and a bracelet which she had made The researchers found that the people with the ‘G’ version gave away all their winnings while those with the ‘A’ type — dubbed the “mean gene” — gave less than half The findings have been published in the latest edition of the ‘Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience’ journal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 27 2013 12:52 pm Related News Cockpit and cabin crew beware Using mouthwashtooth gel or cough syrup having alcoholic content could ground you The aviation regulator — Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) — in its new draft rules to check alcohol consumption among pilots and cabin crew has warned them not to consume any drug or use any substance (mouthwash or tooth gel) which has alcoholic content The DGCA has also suggested those crew members undergoing medication to consult the company’s medical experts before undertaking flying assignments In its proposal for stricter anti-alcohol rulesthe regulator has made it mandatory for all the pilots and cabin crew of flights originating from destinations outside India to undergo pre-flight medical check for alcohol consumption The regulator has also proposed to allow para-medical staff to conduct Breath Analyser testwhich at present is carried out only by doctors It has also extended its policy for zero tolerance towards alcohol consumption by including aircraft maintenance engineers (AME) into its ambit “All aircraft maintenance personnel authorised for taxing aircraft shall be subjected to Breath Analyser (BA) check for alcohol consumption before undertaking any taxi operations of the aircraft If found BA positiveAME shall not be permitted to undertake taxi operations” the new draft rule says According to present rulesno pilot should consume alcohol within 12 hours of flying duty But at timesit has been found that though they clear the BA testthey continue to suffer from ‘hangover’ The DGCA hashowevershown some leniency towards punishing a drunk cockpit and cabin crew According to the new DGCA proposalpilot and cabin crew caught drunk for the second time before operating a flight would be grounded for two yearsinstead of five years As per present rulesany pilot or cabin crew failing the BA test for the first time is grounded for three months and for five years for their second offence The aviation regulator has proposed that crew caught drunk the second time should be suspended for two yearswhile those caught the third time be suspended for five years Butif an instructor or an examiner or a check crew or a cabin crew in-charge is detected positive during the PFMChe or she would lose his or her ratings or authorisation for minimum three years in addition to the grounding rules In the case of expatriate pilotoperating in India and holding Foreign Aircrew Temporary Authorisation (FATA)is found positive in BA testthe DGCA has proposed cancellation of FATAinformation of which would be sent to concerned licence issuing authority of the country The DGCA has invited suggestions on the changes from the airlines For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: August 2 2012 2:49 pm Related News Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 thriller ‘Vertigo’ knocked off Orson Welles 1941 drama ‘Citizen Cane’ for the first time in 50 years to claim the top spot in the prestigious BFI Sight and Sound poll of 50 greatest films of all time Considered Hitchcock’s most mysterious filmthe James Stewart and Kim Novak starrer clinched the top post with 191 votes while ‘Cane’which has been the favourite till nowcame second with 157 votes in the pollwhich has been carried out every 10 years since 1952 Japanese filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu’s Tokyo Story was third ahead of Jean Renoir’s La Regle Du Jeu Other films in the top 10 include Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ and John Ford’s classic 1956 western ‘The Searchers’ about a civil war veteran hunting for his niece after she is snatched in a raid The 1929 film ‘Man With A Movie Camera’1927’s ‘The Passion Of Joan Of Arc’ and Federico Fellini’s ‘8’ rounded off the top ten list The 846 criticsprogrammersacademics and distributors have voted in the poll “This result reflects changes in the culture of film criticism The new cinephilia seems to be not so much about films that strive to be great artsuch as Citizen Kaneand that use cinema’s entire arsenal of effects to make a grand statementbut more about works that have personal meaning to the critic “Vertigo is the ultimate critics’ film because it is a dreamlike film about people who are not sure who they are but who are busy reconstructing themselves and each other to fit a kind of cinema ideal of the ideal soulmate” said Sight And Sound editor Nick James For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Frankfurt | Updated: January 4 2017 2:38 pm Related News Intel HERE also signed an agreement to collaborate on R&D real-time updates of HD maps for fully-automated driving US chip maker Intel will take a 15 percent stake in German digital mapping firm HERE it said on Tuesday as it seeks to build its presence in automated driving technology A filing to the German cartel office on Tuesday showed Intel has sought approval to buy a stake in the company which is controlled by German carmakers Daimler BMW and Volkswagen Intel and HERE said in a statement that they had also signed an agreement to collaborate on the research and development of real-time updates of high definition (HD) maps for highly- and fully-automated driving Intel Self driving technology automated driving technology Here mapping Daimler BMW VolkswagenSilicon valley Tesla Apple Uber self driving cars Intel did not disclose how much it would pay for the stake but said the transaction is expected to close in the first quarter The deal highlights a shift in the dynamics of research and development in the car industry which until recently saw automakers largely dictating terms for suppliers to manufacture their proprietary technologies at specified volumes and prices Also Read: Uber shifts self-driving cars to Arizona after California ban Now carmakers are increasingly striking partnerships with technology firms using open technology standards seeking to harness their expertise in areas including machine learning and mapping as they race against Silicon Valley companies such as Google Tesla and Apple to develop driverless vehicles Last month two Chinese companies and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC agreed to buy a 10 percent stake in HERE and in July BMW teamed up with Intel and Mobileye to develop self-driving cars by 2021 BMW Daimler and Volkswagen bought HERE for 28 billion euros ($29 billion) in 2015 from mobile equipment maker Nokia of Finland Also Read:Renault opens first test zone for self-driving cars in China Last September HERE said it would introduce a new set of traffic services allowing drivers to see for themselves what live road conditions are like miles ahead using data from competing automakers an industry first For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News Today? and filed a petition in 1997, the people closest to her would technically become nobodies.
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