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A panel will decide what to do with it, Baidya added To generate awareness of the history of the buildingwhich housed the first Reserve Bank of Indiathe authorities are facilitating cultural exchanges like this theatre production This production will gauge the interest of the people in such events and we will try and figure out if this can be made into a regular feature We also plan to set up a modern storage of old British silver coinsetcand make it available for public viewingwith some entry regulations We have 8000 such coins with us?an art residency founded by Sonal Jain and Mriganka Madhukaillya, The 30 former IT workers sued Walt Disney Parks and Resorts on Monday in an Orlando federal court,who wrote the lyrics for RGV?believes Shaan.t complaining despite winning by only 1,Payal has come to the SAD after more than 20 years. The budget is the existing Rs 65 crore meant for this project. He said? Apart from the four injured students, (Reuters/File) Top News The ouster of Tom Price as President Donald Trump’s health secretary is yet another self-inflicted blow for Republicans wishing to put their own stamp on health care.

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Through my paintings, Dialogue was also started with the agitated members of the Nagrik Sabha and the promoters.has sided with the college management, said Mehta For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: November 3 2017 9:21 am McMaster said in the last 10 months Trump has actively engaged leaders in the Indo-Pacific to address a range of strategic issues prominently the North Korean nuclear threat Related News Donald Trump’s maiden Asia trip as the US President is to “strengthen longstanding” alliances and “expand new partnerships” his national security adviser has said Trump leaves the White House on Friday on a 12-day trip during which he will visit Japan South Korea China Vietnam and Philippines This trip is not only Trump’s longest foreign trip till date but also the longest Asia trip by a US president in more than a quarter century National security adviser Lt gen H R McMaster sees Trump’s Asia sojourn as part of efforts to strengthen longstanding American alliances while expanding the new partnerships in the Indo-Pacific region “This trip is a great opportunity to demonstrate America’s and the Trump administration’s commitment to the Indo-Pacific and our efforts to strengthen longstanding American alliances and expand new partnerships” McMaster told reporters at a White House news conference on the eve of Trump’s departure to the region McMaster said in the last 10 months Trump has actively engaged leaders in the Indo-Pacific to address a range of strategic issues prominently the North Korean nuclear threat “Since taking office Trump has placed 43 calls to Indo-Pacific leaders and conducted bilateral meetings with Japan South Korea China India Australia Malaysia Vietnam Indonesia Singapore and Thailand” he said In line with his presidential diplomacy Trump’s trip will focus on three goals: strengthening international resolve to denuclearise North Korea; promote a free and open Indo-Pacific region; and advance American prosperity through fair and reciprocal trade and economic practices McMaster said The United States remains committed to the complete verifiable and permanent denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula he said The top presidential adviser asserted that Trump will reiterate the fact that North Korea threatens not just its allies but also the entire world “That is happening But the president recognises that we’re running out of time and will ask all nations to do more” McMaster said During his meetings with world leaders Trump will remind friend and foe alike that the US stands ready to defend itself and its allies using the full range of its capabilities he said “In particular he will continue to call on all responsible nations especially those with the most influence over North Korea to isolate its regime economically and politically; to convince its leaders that the pursuit of nuclear weapons is a dead end and that it is past time to denuclearise” he added McMaster said Trump will also use the trip to promote his vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific region “He will make the case that respect for freedom of navigation and overflight the rule of law sovereignty freedom from coercion and private enterprise and open markets is the best model to increase prosperity throughout the region and to secure the freedom and independence of all nations” he said adding the president will focus on his commitment to free fair and reciprocal trade during his trip “He looks forward to working with partners across the Indo-Pacific region to ensure that governments do not unfairly subsidise their industries discriminate against foreign business or restrict foreign investment This will help increase trade reduce unsustainable deficits and promote prosperity for the American people and the people of the Indo-Pacific region” McMaster said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Baghdad/erbil | Published: January 10 2017 7:32 pm Iraqi Special Operations Forces (ISOF) gather as the civilians stand near their homes during a battle with Islamic State militants east of Mosul Iraq January 10 2017 (REUTERS/Azad Lashkari) Top News Iraqi forces fought their way into more districts of Mosul but advances in the city’s southeast were being slowed by Islamic State’s use of civilians for cover military officials said on Tuesday The United Nations said civilian casualties had streamed into nearby hospitals in the last two weeks as fighting intensified in the jihadist group’s last major stronghold in Iraq Advances by elite forces in the city’s east and northeast have picked up speed in a new push since the turn of the year and US-backed forces have for the first time reached the Tigris river which bisects the city “They entered Hadba (district) today There is a battle inside the city” Lt-Colonel Abbas al-Azawi a spokesman for the Iraqi army’s 16th division said Seizing control of Hadba a large district would likely take more than a day and Islamic State (IS) were deploying suicide bombers he added Recapturing Mosul after more than two years of Islamic State rule would probably spell the end of the Iraqi side of the group’s self-declared caliphate which spans areas of Iraq and Syria Forces in the city’s eastern and northeastern districts and in particular the elite Counter Terrorism Service (CTS) have made rapid gains in past days Better defenses against militant car bombs and improved coordination among the advancing troops had helped put Islamic State on the back foot US and Iraqi military officers said “Every day the Iraqi Security Forces go forward and every day the enemy goes backward or underground” US Air Force Colonel John Dorrian spokesman for the coalition told reporters in Erbil in Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region MILITANTS ‘HIDING IN MOSQUES’ But fighting in neighbourhoods in the southeast has been tougher “The challenge is that they (IS) are hiding among civilian families that’s why our advances are slow and very cautious” Lieutenant-Colonel Abdel Amir al-Mohammedawi a spokesman for the rapid response units of Iraq’s federal police told Reuters Mohammedawi said rapid response units and Iraqi army units had fought their way into the Palestine and Sumer districts in the last day but that Islamic State fighters were firing at civilians trying to flee “The families when they see Iraqi forces coming flee from the areas controlled by Daesh (Islamic State) towards the Iraqi forces holding up white flags and Daesh bomb them with mortars and Molotov cocktails and also shoot at them “Whenever they (IS) withdraw from a district they shell it at random and it’s heavy shelling” he said Col Dorrian said militant fighters were hiding in mosques schools and hospitals using civilians as human shields The United Nations’ humanitarian coordination office (OCHA) said nearly 700 people had been taken to hospitals in cities in Kurdish-controlled areas outside Mosul in the last week and more than 817 had required hospital treatment a week earlier “Trauma casualties remain extremely high particularly near frontline areas” OCHA said The US-backed operation to drive the ultra-hardline militants from Mosul began in October and has recaptured villages and towns surrounding the city and most of Mosul’s eastern half For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Sometimes random people approach me and talk to me about my films, owing to the prevalence of the required skills. ESPNcricinfo reported on Saturday.CSA’s committee which was suppossed to find the new coach includes former coaches Gary Kirsten and Eric Simons According to the report the five-man committee has “not completed their work” and now has been given a extension The committee was put on the task on May 18 and according to a CSA release likely to miss the Friday deadline As such no decision on the coach has been made The board did not clarified why the committee could not meet the deadline South Africa will return home for a series against Bangladesh in September before facing India for a longer series at home South Africa are currently playing a four-match Test series in England and currently with coach Russell Domingo who will continue to work until the end of the series Initially he had said that he was unsure about continuing about the position but before the first Test against England he confirmed that he has re-applied for the job The Proteas have enjoyed a lot of success under coach Domingo winning all eight series and he was expected to continue But South Africa exited from the group stages in the Champions Trophy which put a doubt over Domingo’s future For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: May 17 2017 6:15 pm Sunil Shetty has become a fitness icon in recent years Related News At 55 actor Suniel Shetty has redefined health and fitness for Indian men He says it’s a great feeling and says he is passionate about it “I am someone who is very passionate about fitness and me very strongly believe that within us there is this champion who is willing to come out It is only that inhibition that stops us… Age is just a number” Suniel told IANS over the phone from Mumbai The actor is more than happy about the fact that the younger generation is getting increasingly focused on fitness “I am glad that the younger lot today are into training Suddenly I see a new generation of children coming up to me and saying ‘Sir respect We are going to start training because of you’ If one can inspire an 18-year-old nothing like it… So I am very happy” he added Also Read |If my kids can have advantage because of me then why not: Suniel Shetty on nepotism Suniel who is the father of actress Athiya Shetty has inaugurated a gym called SMAAASH Shivfitinhere in collaboration with celebrity CrossFit expert Shivoham Talking about the newly launched gym Suniel said: “It’s called Shivfit and I think it is one of the finest outlets I feel it’s a different gym because it’s about functional training and it involves day-to-day activities It is very intense but at the same time a very electrifying atmosphere” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJammu: Separatists should have put across an implementable roadmap for resolution of Kashmir issue instead of shying away from meeting the all-party delegation and being "caught in darkness" Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has said Mehbooba Mufti PTI She also voiced hope that the Centre will initiate an inclusive engagement through an institutionalized mechanism to address the Kashmir issue and the separatists will respond positively to it "Instead of being caught in darkness the separatists should have met the members of the all-party delegation and put across an implementable roadmap for the resolution of the (Kashmir) issue" the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister was quoted as saying at a function here yesterday She said "by shying away from talks a message has gone around that the separatists are not interested in ending the people’s miseries by coming forward for peaceful resolution of the issue" according to an official statement "We hope a fresh and productive effort would be made by the country’s political leadership to reach out to all the stakeholders in the state to address the issue through inclusive and comprehensive engagement" she said Separatist leaders had refused to meet some of the MPs of the all-party delegation who had reached out to them during its visit the state from 4 September to 5 September Mehbooba expressed the hope that the separatists would also respond positively to the fresh initiative to end the decades-old political uncertainty in Jammu and Kashmir The Chief Minister appreciated the efforts of the all-party delegation to reach out to various shades of political opinion in Jammu and Kashmir and added that it depicts the true essence of India’s vibrant democracy Mehbooba said a serious and sustained effort is required at various levels to resolve the problem and ensure peace and stability in the state and the region "It (Kashmir issue) is an complex problem and a chief minister or a prime minister can’t overnight come up with a solution to this multi-dimensional challenge" she said Mehbooba said "What is required is a serious concerted and inclusive effort at diplomatic and political levels through a institutionalized mechanism to resolve the issue" She said that violence is no solution to any problem rather reposing faith in the dialogue process is the only way out to address the issues She said that governance and political process should go hand in hand to overcome the tough times "The people of Jammu and Kashmir irrespective of their age gender status or the political affiliation have been suffering the disastrous consequences of the turmoil and unrest and they have to be retrieved from this blood-spattered quagmire sooner the better" she said and added that the onus lies on all the stakeholders The Chief Minister reiterated that the present government based on its Agenda of Alliance is working on a comprehensive developmental road map to ensure equitable development of all the three regions of the state She added that various projects that were left in limbo have now seen the light of the day She said that it is the state government’s vision of developing Jammu as an independent tourist destination and bringing the state on the world map as the top tourist destination She said that the Government is committed to enhance the job avenues for the youth and increase employability She also appreciated the people of Kashmir for their cooperation in the smooth conduct of the Amarnath Yartra showing the cultural essence of Kashmiriyat Written by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: April 14 2017 8:57 pm Yeh Hai Mohabbatein 14th April 2017 full episode written update: Pihu comes and says Ruhi didi can’t act properly Top News The episode starts where Aaliya is getting the blessings from all the elders Ruhi comes and acts strange around Aaliya She shouts at Aaliya and orders her to make tea for everyone Aaliya feels weird Pihu comes and says Ruhi didi can’t act properly Ruhi laughs and tells Aaliya that she is pretending to be a typical sister-in-law Ruhi welcomes Aaliya to the family and says that she is very happy that her brother is getting such a lovely life partner She also feels ashamed that she misbehaved with Adi she apologises to Aaliya Aaliya says she still loves Ruhi Aaliya Ruhi and Pihu hug each other Everyone feels happy seeing them together The same person who was showing interest in Aaliya secretly enters the house He tries to touch Aaliya he wants to tell her something but Aaliya gets scared and she starts shouting Everyone gathers outside Aaliya tells them about the man Romi and Bala run after him and catch him near the society gate Raman identifies him and asks why he came here Before he can say anything Ishita comes and asks Raman to call the police He gets a chance and runs away Ishita finds his gold chain and locket lying on the ground which falls due to the scuffle Raman says that because of her interference he got the chance to escape Just then Adi comes and asks why they are looking shocked he has come to surprise them Raman and Romi say they are very happy and that they know why he came Adi gets embarrassed Ishita and Raman decide not to tell Adi about this incident as he can get disturbed and his work can be affected Ishita asks Aaliya and others to keep this to themselves Aaliya agrees In the next scene Ruhi asks Ishita to take out all the albums as she is planning to make an AV on Adi’s life where she will display his childhood pictures with the family members Ishita asks her to take Aaliya and Mani’s old pictures too Ruhi asks Ishita why Aaliya never showed her parents’ pictures to Ruhi Ishita says that Mani is very sensitive about Aaliya he doesn’t want her to feel sad seeing the pictures of her mother so he doesn’t keep old pictures with him Ishita and Ruhi go to Madhavi’s house to check Aaliya’s childhood pics They enjoy seeing the old albums they recollect lots of old memories Ishita tells her about her childhood days which she spent with Mani’s family While checking the pictures Ishita sees one picture and gets disturbed She suddenly gets up and asks Ruhi to keep the albums properly after seeing the pictures Also read:Begum Jaan movie review: Vidya Balan tries to invest some feeling into her role which soon turnsclichéd She says to Ruhi that she is going to sleep now Ishita immediately goes to Raman and asks him to take her to Mani’s house as she has very important work there Ruhi shows Mani’s picture to Adi and they both make fun of him Adi sends the picture to Aaliya through mobile Aaliya tells him that Ishita and Raman have come to their house Adi and Ruhi feel strange as Ishita did not tell anything to Ruhi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Krishna Kumar | Published: April 23 2016 12:10 am If CCTVs could improve teaching standards we would have seen a revolution by now in many schools which invested in this technology more than a decade ago Related News No metro city is doing well in school education but Mumbai and Delhi are easily the worst One had expected that Delhi would turn the bend when a young political party came to power a year ago It was anticipated that mistakes would be made before sense and sanity could be established It now seems that Delhi’s road to learning will remain bumpy like the city’s real roads We can extend the metaphor covering the capital’s flyovers Many of them were completed in a rush to meet the deadline for the Commonwealth Games In its hurry to improve schools the new government is ticking one arcane move after another First it wanted to delete portions from textbooks in order to reduce the curriculum Now it wants CCTV cameras installed in classrooms and some 90 principals sent to Cambridge for a 10-day training in leadership Though politically correct both ideas show desperation to show that something is being done One didn’t expect that from a young party that has wide if not deep social roots If CCTVs could improve teaching standards we would have seen a revolution by now in many schools which invested in this technology more than a decade ago All they can lend is what we already have in plenty in our schools namely control The principals who will visit Cambridge will learn that their British counterparts have greater autonomy and freedom And that message can’t be a pleasant surprise even if it is received in a cooler climate Every principal in Delhi knows it already Not just those serving in government schools even private school principals are constantly controlled by the Directorate The idea that a school head has a mind and should therefore be given the space to exercise it is alien to the Indian system Our system is based on the importance of controlling others who are placed below you The hierarchy that puts the principal on top at school offers the right to be cussed and little else A British principal selects her own teachers; a Delhi principal can’t select the cushion on her chair No matter how prestigious a private school in Delhi is its principal cannot choose to keep her school open on a day the Directorate wants it closed for political reasons In government schools you become a principal by seniority No special criteria are used to decide who can serve as a principal School administration is regarded as a generalised role associated with a rank attained through age You attain the rank by ageing as a teacher implying that when you become a principal you will stop teaching This trajectory has a symbolic meaning quite alien to Western schools Administration is regarded there as a professional job and so is teaching And every level is equally respected both in the system and the wider society When our principals tell their hosts in Cambridge how the system works in Delhi perhaps some of the hosts will hear an echo of history They will realise that little has changed in India since colonial days in the organisation of teaching in schools According to news reports our principals are being sent to Cambridge for “training” The idea that senior hands can be trained to look at their job or role differently is quite problematic An 8-10 day visit to Britain can at best give exposure to a different system but it can hardly impart training If the exposure arouses interest in how the British system works that will be nice; but a greater outcome will be achieved if the visit lets our principals notice the problems Britain is facing in managing its schools Such an outcome might encourage critical reflection something we just don’t allow Assuming that the British system is better an opportunity to examine the factors that make it better can be useful But a week-long systemic comparison of this kind can hardly be called training in leadership For that to occur the participants would need the space to ask questions like these: “What space do I have to take decisions” “How am I using that space” “How do my colleagues perceive my role” You need leisure to reflect on such matters You also need to be in your own setting That’s why one wonders whether the Delhi government first considered an Indian institution for training its principals before choosing to send them to Britain The decision to opt for offshore trainers is hardly puzzling in our age when patriotism is high but confidence is low Apart from a lack of trust in our own institutions there is blind faith in foreign institutions especially the ones with names like Cambridge and Oxford It might have made more sense to send Delhi’s principals to London A few of the problems that London faces looking after its vast and varied population of children are somewhat similar to those we face in Delhi Aggressive behaviour is one such problem British teachers are trained not to use physical force to contain aggression This will surely intrigue our principals So will the considerable autonomy British teachers enjoy in shaping the curriculum despite the changes that have made Britain’s broadly child-centred system increasingly test-driven It will be sad indeed if our principals return with mixed feelings about progressive practices that have barely begun to find space in our system That space is already under threat from CCTV cameras The Delhi government wants to install them in every classroom The writer professor of education at University of Delhi was director of NCERT from 2004 to 2010 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News 2017 12:29 am Russell Domingo is the current coach of South Africa.we don? and my hope is that the allegations about me that didn’t happen, Mission Indradhanush is targeting 201 high priority districts in India in the first phase.

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