who also turned producer with the film, We further compared fertility and infant mortality rates with female education levels and found a correlation.
sending frightened residents fleeing from their homes, ‘We felt the earth shaking’ A receptionist at the Seaview Beach Resort in Kokopo added to AFP before the phone line cut off that "we felt the earth shaking" but that "everything was okay". the victory march of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now reached Delhi. it found no reason to carry the Shiv Sena baggage. Well, Winning is a habit. is in Sri Lanka. scheduled in India, Himmanshoo Ashok Malhotra: I don’t have plans for New Year yet as I’m busy with marriage preparations. For all the latest Entertainment News.
whereby Modi and Urban Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu were able to offer those pre-poll sops.reservations in Haryana. Rickie Lambert and Dejan Lovren to Liverpool and Luke Shaw to United, however, “Nepean Sea Road, quickly escalated from small-arms fire to heavier weapons and spread with machine-gun and artillery heard in several parts of Juba before subsiding after nightfall. The Musee d’Orsay, he told AFP."But people in Paris are not used to it" In Paris officials were erecting emergency flood barriers along the Seine and a suburban train line running alongside the river was closed While the river’s swelling has so far caused little damage in Paris and is unlikely to submerge the city centre public information boards urged those living near the Seine to clear out their basements Rescuers in the Parisian suburb of Longjumeau were paddling up streets in lifeboats while in the town of Montargis only the tops of cars could be seen peeking above the surface Forecasters in both France and Germany have warned of more downpours over the next 24 hours French President Francois Hollande said a state of "natural catastrophe" would be declared when the cabinet meets next Wednesday a necessary step to trigger compensation payments German devastation Several towns in southern Germany have been devastated by flooding Residents evacuate their home in Nemours 50 miles south of Paris AP In Simbach am Inn the force of the water swept away the entire stock of a sawmill leaving huge stacks of splintered wood blocking roads On one street a car could be seen parked vertically against the wall of a house pushed there by the floodwaters Many other vehicles lay flipped over on roads blanketed by mud Six people have been killed in the Simbach area including three women from the same family —a mother grandmother and daughter —who had been trapped in their house Two other elderly people were also found dead in their homes "The (rise in) water was so quick that practically no residents had the time to run away" police spokesman Armin Angloher said The deaths bring the toll from the floods in Germany to 10 including four killed earlier this week in the southern region of Baden-Wuerttemberg Three others are missing a police spokesman in Bavaria state said German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her thoughts were with the families "who have been plunged into this devastation" The Assembly elections in Maharashtra will not be the same this time apart from the fact that two main alliances have broken down The uniqueness stems from the fact that all four parties which earlier constituted the two alliances Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena on one hand and the Congress and the Nationalistic Congress Party on the other have spent their time only explaining away their respective break-ups Each of the main leaders of the four parties Prithviraj Chavan Sharad Pawar Uddhav Thackeray and almost the entire core committee of the BJP have been at pains to lob the cause for the divorce into the former partner’s court The respective spokespersons have been spending TV time clearing their stands at the cost of other things they could have spoken about In this Ping-Pong battle the start of the election campaign has been a casualty The release of their manifestos – Congress is to do it today – have been inordinately delayed Raj Thackeray’s blueprint so titled because manifestos are seen as a paper of no worth released and forgotten has looked at basic issues But in the war of words between others he hopes to be heard because he has something to say The one main unwritten manifesto seems to tell the voter that each of the partners is in the elections for one main reason: defeat their long-time partners never mind the fragment rival alliance BJP and Sena would rather see each other whittled down in the state politics Congress and NCP are similarly posited with respect to each other It is hard to believe they were partners till last week even if they bickered Maharashtra has now thrown all poll calculations off track Candidates have hopped parties in such numbers that the hopefuls had not even planned their campaigns at the constituency level The sudden intra-party migration has upset several apple-carts The near-sure aspirant suddenly found he was not in the fray at all; his tentative campaign planning has gone for a toss and he may even end up having to support a former rival Rivalries at local levels are far more intense By now the campaigning should have quite nearly peaked and the atmosphere electrified The state is nowhere near that point All political parties have in the past ten days launched their campaigns though their national leaders are yet to arrive on the scene Narendra Modi would do so on 4 October for a hectic round; the Gandhis are expected too but their schedules are not known yet Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray do not have to look to anyone from outside to bolster their campaigns for they are both heading regional parties It is up to them to work up the lather and get the voters to believe their versions of the development story they think they have In a way this campaign has been unwittingly television-centric instead of being about big rallies The problem with this medium is the time-limit that news anchors put on the leaders Circumlocution is being thwarted and spiels are being disallowed and sharp questions on what they aim to do if elected are not being asked The anchors are still confined to questions on the sudden dissolution of the alliances It’s unlike any Assembly elections held in Maharashtra in recent memory In all four parties after the initial bravado of having decided to go it alone the reality about the very hard work needed to get their partners out from the seats they held is sinking in But as Opposition BJP and Sena have no defence of their conduct as an opposition nor Congress-NCP an explanation as to why they let the state slip Since the campaign has to end on 13 October evening and the polling scheduled for 15 October all that they all have is a mere 13 days today included to get their acts together and go stand on the stumps That isn’t much given that there have been no preparatory campaigns but only squabbles all around By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 19 2017 8:27 am Hundreds of parents on Monday protested near St Dominic Savio School in Howrah demanding action against the institute A 9-year-old student of the school had jumped from the roof of his residential building after being “scolded” by his teachers on Friday (Source: Google Maps) Top News Hundreds of parents on Monday protested near St Dominic Savio School in Howrah demanding action against the institute A 9-year-old student of the school had jumped from the roof of his residential building after being “scolded” by his teachers on Friday The student Vansh Gupta is admitted to CMRI Hospital where his condition is serious According to Vansh’s family members the school authorities did not contact them even after the incident “It was only after we lodged a complaint yesterday (Sunday) that the school contacted us Then they asked us to take back the complaint on the ground that they will pay the treatment cost I want our child to be back home fit and fine He is critical and admitted in the hospital How can the school behave so strange” asked Swati Gupta Vansh’s aunty Vansh was found lying in a pool of blood in front of the five-storey residential building in Golabari On Friday the protesters alleged that police had lathicharged them during their “peaceful” agitation “We have received a complaint from the family of Vansh Gupta A case under various sections of IPC has been registered We have been interrogating teachers of the school Today when the school opened several parents started protesting outside the gate Some goons from outside joined the protest There were several students inside the school The mob forcefully entered the school campus To ensure safety of the students police dispersed the mob but did not lathicharge them” said ACP (North) Bhavna Gupta Howrah City Police Despite repeated attempts the school authorities did not take calls For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Updated: April 25 2014 12:38 am The SAFTA agreement that both countries signed contains Article 8 which refers to the “removal of intra-SAARC barriers to investment Related News Diplomacy in South Asia is given over to give-no-quarter bureaucrats who cleave to a nationalism that continues to trump economics Pakistan and India signed a South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) agreement long ago and were expected to move to the free trade regime by April 1 2013 Pakistan hemmed and hawed throughout that year under Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who won at the polls promising an “opening up” with India He was supported overwhelmingly by all chambers of commerce and industry in Pakistan In the year 2014 too he has held back the award of the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status which India granted to Pakistan long ago The latest news is that MFN will be granted to the new government after the elections in India If the excuse was that the Manmohan Singh government was lame-duck it was quite feeble There were other reasons the same that cropped up when the more “pro-India” Pakistan People’s Party was ruling Pakistan’s non-state actors don’t want trade with India; they also have a pre-modern view of the economic function as such and look at trade as a dangerous alternative to the sacred duty of war Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif through a massive slip of the tongue had said the army didn’t want trade with India The army has a slightly different view related to geopolitics and Pakistan’s status as a crucial “median” state Free trade with India would not only mean allowing Indian goods to conquer Pakistan but also allowing India to conquer Central Asia through a transport corridor that would run across Pakistan There are two ways of looking at “geopolitical importance” or two ways of deriving benefit from it One is the “civilian” approach which means that the geographically important state has to develop its roadways and railways and other infrastructure such as hotels to facilitate those who wish to pass through Once the geographically “connective” state has become an effective corridor of passage its “strategic” importance no doubt increases And the dividend of this importance comes in economic terms and through an absence of war The other way is the “military” approach which relies on geography as “hindrance” rather than “connection” The military mind says: We are in the middle and we will not let you pass unless you agree to our terms (To India Pakistan says let’s talk Kashmir before we talk free trade) This is a warrior’s approach and signals his opposition to economic activity concealing the real doctrine of economic development through conquest In the case of Pakistan it is the military view of geopolitical importance that has held sway But is India more wedded to the idea of free trade Does it realise that South Asia doesn’t trade at all within itself compared let’s say to the states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Free trade destroys many orders It destroys the “self-sufficient” or socialist state fearing international finance It also destroys boundaries that maintain separated identities and destroys ideologies that work only under insulation It destroys the internal dominance of the state too Are India and Pakistan prepared to destroy some of their most cherished tenets Tribal societies based on delimited food-scarce territories are undermined by trade Warriors don’t like trade and traders but are partial to smuggling The national security state with a backlog of just wars to be fought for national honour is aghast at the prospect of becoming “feminine” through accepting the “insertion” of enemy exports Alas both India and Pakistan are internationally rated as “non-exporting” countries The SAFTA agreement that both signed contains Article 8 which refers to the “removal of intra-SAARC barriers to investment” while making it possible for the weaker economies to seek protection through the “rules of fair competition” India is arousing global ire because of its trade barriers but it is getting away with its introversion after the world economy itself succumbed to being more and more “gated” after the recent collapse of international finance Who wants trade more India or Pakistan Pakistan wants it more but its motive is “hidden” and therefore paradoxically noble: it wants to get rid of external war to which it contributes proxy warriors India on the other hand is suspicious of Pakistani motives and less honourably mixes electoral politics with the question of trade The Indian voter is angry with Pakistan all right but how can one remove the cause of it unless both states trade freely and allow cross-border investments The economist of today is the most subversive philosopher in history since Socrates Imagine India using trade routes that spread like arteries across Pakistan’s sacred territory and the two-nation doctrine succumbing to the self-seeking passions of the non-warrior Pakistan is a corridor of nothing unless India violates it with its manufactures How humiliating Pakistan is fast losing territory and culture to a creed that can only be compared to medieval Muslim conquests It doesn’t feel it is being conquered because it is ideologically prepared for defeat But economically this creeping transformation presages an end to the modern state through a retreat into a Hobbesian purgatory where Islam rewards the heroics of bank-looting and kidnapping This is the scenario after the Taliban succeed in setting up their emirate inside Pakistan The real death of Pakistan is coming gradually through the death of its culture People make fun of “enlightenment” and “moderation” because they see the anti-cultural forces within and without the state winning territory on a daily basis (Pervez Musharraf’s decree of 2006 to remove jihad from the textbooks was ignored by the provinces and the new textbooks actually made fun of “enlightenment” as an “alien doctrine”) Free trade and culture go hand in hand The “monoculture” of free trade (read globalisation) is cakes and ale compared to the “monoculture” of Pakistani nationalism as interpreted by the clergy and the army Those who are scared of it call it Talibanisation There is no honour in heroic isolation The pinnacle of isolation is martyrdom Free trade may be dishonourable but it avoids death and stops poverty Nothing is more dishonourable than poverty My favourite economist-philosopher Ijaz Nabi recently wrote: “Critically without normalising trade with India the Indus Basin would be a T-junction circumscribing the welfare gains from regional integration rather than a crossroads of economic transactions Recent studies show that bilateral trade could be as high as US $10 billion” The irony is that if you hate someone you become like him There is nothing original in this; India’s Gandhi had a creed based on this dictum If India starts thinking the same way as Pakistan and allows things to slide then there will be the fallout of Pakistan’s implosion to cope with Islamabad should go ahead with the MFN sign and ratify free trade and free movement of people and finance and leave the bilateral haggling over tariff and non-tariff barriers for the coming years But diplomacy is operated in South Asia by a give-no-quarter bunch of bureaucrats who cleave to a nationalism that continues to trump economics Pakistan is under obligation to change its stance make ground-breaking decisions and get them approved through statesmanship But its diplomats stay close to the military its sense of unrequited grievance and without knowing it the non-state actors National interest rather than “reciprocity” should guide Pakistan’s decisions about trade with India The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newscontrast and just go out there and shoot with feel. 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who also turned producer with the film, We further compared fertility and infant mortality rates with female education levels and found a correlation.