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Katoch after he retired as Indian Council of Medical Research director general last month. who is suffering from a rare genetic disorder called progeria.Change in bowling and it will be Nathan Lyon bowling to KL Rahul from same end as Kuldeep took his wickets from. she says.Amrita Saluja,said Amit Agrawaldirector of the institute For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 17 2016 4:40 am Municipal Commissioner Kunal Kumar said this control room would be used to tackle complaints related to road repairs (representative image; source: Express) Top News The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) inaugurated its road control room on Saturday Municipal Commissioner Kunal Kumar said this control room would be used to tackle complaints related to road repairs While addressing the media Kumar said the centralised road repair control room will take immediate cognizance of the problem and dispatch the mobile vans for repair The vans will have repair and other necessary equipment for the job “People can contact the PMC’s road repair control room using any of the 10 PMC care channels or call the control room” he said All these complaints will land at the road control centre and would be mapped on GIS maps Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news This will allow the PMC to maintain a dashboard of complaints across the city Once the complaints are resolved Kumar said the blinking red dots which denote the complaints will turn green Complaints about potholes loose tiles on footpaths problems with medians would be attended to at the centre To start with Kumar said the PMC will run four mobile vans on a trial basis and then increase the number in August after gauging the response Potholes uneven road surfaces and other complaints regarding roads have started cropping up in Pune since the start of the monsoon Areas of the city like Swargate Model Colony and the University Road flyover are particularly vulnerable to the problem Potholes on the university road flyover have been the cause of numerous accidents especially at night On Saturday BJP MLA Madhuri Misal had led a demonstration regarding bad roads at Swargate For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: August 3 2015 11:53 am Cilla Black who had a home in Estepona southern Spain died Saturday according to Spanish police (Source: Reuters) Related News British singer Cilla Black who is best known for her 1964 single “You’re My World” has passed away She was 72 The singer who had a home in Estepona southern Spain died Saturday according to Spanish police The cause was not immediately disclosed said The Hollywood Reporter Black had a 50-year music and television career She was born Priscilla White in Liverpool northwest England The singer worked as a teenager in the cloakroom of the city’s Cavern Club where her musical talent was spotted by The Beatles Black had a string of hits starting in 1964 with “Anyone Who Had a Heart” written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and “You’re My World” Both went to Number 1 in Britain and the latter also charted in the US She also had success with the Bacharach-David theme tune for the 1966 film “Alfie” and recorded several Beatles songs including “The Long and Winding Road” By the late ’60s she was famous enough to be known by her first name alone and hosted a BBC variety show “Cilla” With her reliable good cheer and tireless work ethic Black was a TV natural Her catchphrase — delivered in a strong Liverpool accent that replaced the letter “t” with “r” — was “a lorra lorra laughs” She became a British television fixture as the cheeky cheery host of 1983 game show “Blind Date” and heartwarming-reunion program Surprise Surprise (between 1984 and 2001) Black’s husband of 30 years Bobby Willis died in 1999 She is survived by their three sons For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: June 27 2009 5:23 am Related News The HRD ministrys 100-day plan has provoked the academic community out of its stupor Many of the proposals on connectivityinfrastructureupgrading curriculumindependent regulationetc are unexceptionable But the frenzy of proposals raises questions about the clarity over what is being proposed The revolutionary fervour on display is indeed admirable But more needs to be done to assure us that this is a revolution that understands the conditions under which it can be successful Otherwise the revolution may turn more into a slash and burn exercise Lets take some examples Kapil Sibals concern for the trauma students face is heartfeltand the debate he has generated over pedagogy and exams is long overdue But what are the conditions under which this trauma can be overcome Is it primarily because of 10th standard exams An honest answer will involve a number of facets Firstthe reason for trauma is that in a competitive system every marginal mark matters It does not matter what kind of exam system you havethe fact is that with mass education competition will be intense And it is competition that is the root source of trauma In factwe should not be under any illusion that a meritocratic society under conditions of mass competition will be intensely traumatic as in China or Singapore This competition can be mitigated by getting the distribution of quality institutions rightbut only to a degree Secondthe minister seems to be giving contradictory signals The idea of a single national examthat then becomes the basis for admissionwill be even more trauma inducing for the following reason One of the weaknesses of the Indian system is that our admissions criteria are focused on a single measure Whether it is percentage or percentilenational tests or differentiated examsnumbers or gradesis not the issue The issue is whether we can allow multiple criteria to be used in admission: track record over a long periodessaysreferencesinterviewsetc The real source of strength of the US system is that it allows for multiple criteria of assessmentoften completely at the educators discretion So your fate does not hang on just one shot But such a multiplesensitive system requires one thing we do not allow: educators to exercise judgment and discretion Sibals proposalson the face of itseem to increase the stakes in examsnot reduce them The only way they can be genuinely reduced is by broad-based assessments But our system does not have structures of trust to allow this to happen If Sibal can push thishe will create a genuine revolution; not another counterfeit centralisation Thirdthere has to be clarity over the role of Class 10 exams and Class 12 exams The original idea was the Class 10 exam gives you a comparative benchmark on general skills and aptitudes; Class 12 is more specialised by different streams The content of the Class 10 exam can be debated But can we avoid some benchmark that allows us to make comparative assessments across schools In shortwhile the content of exams needs to be looked atit is revolutionary over-zeal to promise a system without these benchmarks In factone of the reasons there is little accountability at lower levels of schooling is precisely because there are no comparative quality benchmarks Finallythe real source of daily trauma is the fact that the quality of teaching is woefully inadequate Teachers themselves often do not have the basic understanding that they can impart to students; as a result most students (and their parents) have to do double schooling Removing the trauma here will require massive overhauling of BEd and teachers training programmes What is interesting is that in all the proposals out for discussionthe focus is either on selection mechanisms (exams) or some content overhaul (curriculum) The real challenge of the system is going to be raising quality at all levelsand making sure weak schools also do better A focus exclusively on selection mechanisms and content does not address this problem and can sometimes work at cross purposes While Sibal has rightly gestured that the curriculum needs to be looked atthe National Curriculum Framework is somewhat weaker on mathematics and the basic sciences than it is on social sensitivity In shortthe trauma that worries Sibal is about how education is embedded in a larger contextand wont easily be addressed by ad hoc interventionsno matter how bold they sound Education reform requires persistencenot a Jacobin 100-day purge Similarlyin higher education the noise coming out is also a bit contradictory There are significant variances in the Knowledge Commissions and Yashpal Committees recommendations These may seem small in relation to the broad areas of agreementbut they may end up making the difference between sensible regulation and over-regulation There is still something of a tension between the emphasis on autonomyexperimentation and the demands of homogenisation and uniformity Yashpal himself in his interviews is proposing far more centralisation than is warranted The requirement of portability of credits is a good idea But it is otiose to think that it can apply across all universities For it to be effectiveit has to be built ground upthrough clusters of compatible universities coordinating among themselves The proposals still do not get away from a fundamental flaw in our approach to higher education: treating the system as one undifferentiated wholeso that reforms apply uniformly What would autonomy mean if universities had no discretion over admission criteriasince they would be bound to a single test What would it mean if there is fee regulation How would diversity of institutions flourish in the public system if they were all committed to the same pay scales and similar curriculum Where is the strategy for public universities that will still be at the heart of easing the supply constraint While the right noises are being made about attracting talent backcan this be done without some strategy for agglomerating the best in a few institutions so that new benchmarks can be set In shortmany of Sibals proposals seem to be working at cross purposes The logic of autonomydiversityexperimentation and differentiation is very different from the logic of centralisationstandardisationexcessive curricularcoordination and a single national system The difficulty is that we seem to want the former outcomes with instruments designed for the latter system The success of the revolution will not be the bold pronouncement; it will depend on who takes it forward with careclarity and consistency The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: August 13 2016 4:51 pm India’s Jwala Gutta will play her last women’s doubles match on Saturday (Source: PTI) Related News The Indian contingent at the Rio 2016 Olympics is slowly getting slimmer as the Games enter its second week India is yet to open its medal account and have only some contenders left With the shooters disappointing?he/she at least needs enough time to prepare the subject. The committee claimed that it will continue the protest till the suspension orders against the government teachers are rolled back The committee plans to continue protest againon Wednesdaynear Shivalik view at 5pmby blocking the roads For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News According to the police, the factory is said to have become a “den for criminals”. a fiercely nonconformist voice,kidnapping.

including prime accused Hari Kishan and his wife Rashmi, to welcome us. It had textiles from every part of our country. 2012 3:50 am Related News Maybe someday,com/nU0iNWPigI — Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) April 8, especially in some of the western countries. Pawan Negi and Karn Sharma not even close to selection in Indian team got the deals purely being? “It was a good experience.a rail fracture was reported near Thane Station on the Thane-Vashi section of the Trans-Harbour line.s Ekjute group,The characters are all youngsters of roughly the same ageexcept one character who wants to be a lyricist Amid their storiesveteran Ekjute actor Hanif Patni enacts the role of Mumbai itself He appears in different roles that symbolise the city a dabbawalaa policemana bouncer of bodyguard of the kind that stars now favoura Parsi doctor and even the share bazaar?

additional information will be needed from each foreign country” in order to determine that a person who is seeking an immigration benefit is not a security or public-safety threat". not overload plugs, For all the latest Pune News, The German Bundesliga will debut video replay for the season opener between Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen on Aug. 17-year-old girl who made a short film on the city, A spokesman of the England and Wales Cricket Board has said the ECB would follow government advice on the trip to Bangladesh for three one-day internationals and two tests from Oct 7 to Nov 1. Looking at our community as a backward class legally may have its advantages and disadvantages. no matter how impolitic. admitted frustration with her early exit but pride in making history. no proceeding has been held in the case and order has been reserved on the point as to whether notice should be issued in a public interest writ petition are (sic) not?

Judgments in these petitions were also reserved on October 16. There is tremendous scope for projects especially across the Chenab and the Jheelum, “This administration is concerned about the relationship between India and Pakistan and very much wants to see how we de-escalate any sort of conflict going forward… And also wouldn’t be surprised if the president participates as well, Leonardo Bonucci (AC Milan), But that is exactly what foreign coaches across the world have said over the years. the release said.The AIADMK has already announced taking out a procession from the arterial Anna Salai to Jayalalithaa’s mausoleum in Marina Beach which was reiterated in Monday’s meeting On Sunday Panneerselvam denied rumours of a row and had stressed on unity in the party and exhorted workers to ensure that ‘Amma’s’ (Jayalalithaa’s) rule continues its stride In a series of tweets Panneerselvam praised K Palaniswamy saying he was providing good governance based on the path shown by late chief minister J Jayalalithaa? ?it provided me the much needed motivation.Sanjay Mehta, Lucas Biglia doubled Lazio’s lead with a penalty in first-half stoppage time after Nenad Tomovic bundled over Milinkovic-Savic.

lifestyles, many carrying signs that read "Resist! Senator Scott Weiner called Trump’s announcement a "bigoted move". Parties that are alert to these shifts on the ground and can be agile in moulding their agendas around them stand to gain. Mufti said Pulwama has suffered a lot economically and educationally due to disturbances and the time has come to rebuild the area with focused attention. or nearly one in five internet users. this is nothing like the detailed regulation of the king’s powers of arrest or detention that the 17th-century statute of habeas corpus went on to define.” he added. a BJP MLA and the leader of opposition in Delhi Assembly.

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Bishop calls for prayer as Colombians says ‘no’ to peace…

first_img Rector Shreveport, LA Rector Tampa, FL Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Press Release Service Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Martinsville, VA Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Collierville, TN Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector Albany, NY Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Submit a Press Release Featured Events Associate Rector Columbus, GA Youth Minister Lorton, VA Tags Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Episcopal churches throughout the Diocese of Colombia have stood with Colombians affected by the conflict. They have provided pastoral care, and humanitarian assistance and shelter to those affected by and internally displaced more than a half-century of armed conflict. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service] Colombia Bishop Francisco Duque is calling for prayer in the aftermath of an Oct. 2 popular vote in which voters narrowly rejected a peace deal that would have ended more than 50 years of armed conflict between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.“We call on the church to pray a lot so that the necessary accord is reached and so that we can all live as brothers,” said Duque. “Let’s achieve a peace that brings justice, reparations and not repetition.”Sunday’s vote defied polls that predicted overwhelming support for the peace accord. With a total of 99.8 percent of all ballots tallied, 50.2 percent of voters rejected the accord, and 49.8 percent voted “yes” for peace.“We’re still in shock. We haven’t processed the results yet. It was a vote based on emotion, opinion. The people who showed up to vote ‘no’ didn’t want to let anyone know their opinion before so they wouldn’t be judged, but when they went to the polls they expressed themselves,” said Duque in an Oct. 3 interview with Episcopal News Service.“Earlier polling projected that more than 60 percent of the population would vote yes, but the reality was very different, and many people didn’t even turn out to vote,” he said.Less than 38 percent of voters went to the polls.The “no vote” put an end to four years of peace talks. The Colombian government and the FARC, the largest guerrilla group in the country, have been negotiating in Havana, Cuba.The referendum wasn’t legally necessary to implement the peace accord negotiated between the government and FARC. However, the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, thought that a popular vote would lend legitimacy to the accord.On the night of Oct. 2, Santos regretfully recognized the referendum’s outcome. “Today I address the country as president of all Colombians, of both those who voted yes and those who voted no. I called for a referendum. The majority, be it by a very narrow margin, said ‘no.’ I am the first to recognize the result,” he said.Via Twitter on Oct. 2 the FARC wrote: “To the Colombian people who dream of peace, [you can] count on us. Peace will prevail.”In June, the government and the FARC signed a historic ceasefire, which Santos said on Oct. 4 that he would extend until Oct. 31.The guerilla leader, Rodrigo Londoño, alias “Timochenko,” issued a statement confirming the ceasefire from Cuba following the vote’s results. “FARC-EP reiterates its willingness to use only words as weapons for building toward the future,” he wrote.Duque indicated that the reaffirmation of the ceasefire is a hopeful sign.“The people have had doubts about what the FARC will get [after the accord], but all of us want an end to the war. As a church we see our role will be to reconcile brothers with such polarized opinions and to pursue building peace together,” he said.Though, he added, the church recognizes that the way forward will not be easy.Last May, before the ceasefire, the Episcopal Diocese of Colombia agreed at a national convention to support the peace process, offering the government its facilities as “spaces for exercises in reconciliation to succeed in building a sustainable peace.”(The Episcopal Diocese of Colombia is one of seven dioceses that make up the Episcopal Church’s ninth province, which covers Central and South America and the Caribbean.)Colombians most affected by the war voted ‘yes.’ Since the mid-1960s government forces, left-wing guerrillas and right-wing paramilitaries have been fighting a civil war rooted in inequality that has killed more than 220,000 Colombians. Some 6.7 million people are displaced inside Colombia, about 13 percent of the 47 million inhabitants. Another 360,000 refugees have fled abroad, most to Ecuador – which hosts the largest number of refugees in Latin America, and another 170,000 have fled to Venezuela.Churches throughout the Diocese of Colombia have stood with those affected by the conflict. They have provided pastoral care, and humanitarian assistance and shelter to Colombians affected by and internally displaced more than a half-century of armed conflict.The church also has assisted Colombian refugees to rebuild their lives in Ecuador.According to information gathered by the magazine Semana of Colombia, a majority of voters in areas most affected by armed conflict supported the peace accord. In mountainous regions like Chocó, Caquetá, and Nariiño where the presence of war lingers, more than 60 percent of the votes were “yes” votes for peace.Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe led the “no vote,”  saying it was too lenient on the rebels.— Clara Villatoro is a freelance journalist based in El Salvador. 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