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Task of eradicating poverty must be met with a sense of urgency

“Addressing poverty, inequality, climate change, food insecurity and a sluggish and unpredictable global economy requires integrated responses and engagement by all actors,” Ms. Mohammed said at the opening of the 2017 Integration Segment of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). “It is [also] an indispensable requirement for sustainable development,” she stressed. In her remarks, the Deputy Secretary-General highlighted the importance of broad partnerships and building synergies across all dimensions of poverty eradication and sustainable development, including with the different sectors of economy at national levels to address the complex interlinkages. Further, recalling that the first Sustainable Development Goal (SDG1) is to end poverty in all its forms, everywhere, she added that such efforts also provided an opportunity to gauge how national approaches and the recently adopted SDG Indicator Framework can support each other in advancing integrated implementation and reviewing progress.“We need options that will enable policy-makers at the global, regional and national level to foster coherent and integrated approaches to poverty eradication,” said Ms. Mohammed, noting: “Expectations are very high and now is the time. We have a collective responsibility to deliver results at the country level.” Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed addresses the 2017 Integration Segment of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). UN Photo/Evan Schneider Also speaking at the opening, Nabeel Munir, the Vice-President of the Economic and Social Council, underscored the importance of integrated policy frameworks given the interconnected nature of sustainable development (the economic, social and environmental dimensions). “The interlinkages between the different Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) we have defined to achieve our common vision are explicit, unveiling potential synergies and trade-offs. This underlines the importance of integrated policy frameworks for the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” he said, adding: “It also underlines the significance of this Integration Segment and the discussions that will take place in the context of the 2017 session of the Economic and Social Council’s work.” The 2017 Integration Segment of the Economic and Social Council brings together key stakeholders to discuss and identify opportunities and challenges in developing integrated approaches to tackle poverty in a sustained, inclusive and sustainable manner.Among other matters it will discuss, the Integration Segment will include a particular focus on Least Developed Countries.This year’s meeting will also consider best practices, lessons learned and recommendations at the national, regional and international levels, with a view to extract policy recommendations to guide integrated policymaking for poverty eradication as an integral part of the 2030 Agenda. Discussions and outcomes from the Integration Segment will feed into the High-level Segment of the Economic and Social Council as well as into the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF). read more

Mexico UN report points to torture coverups in probe into disappearance of

The report states that the internal oversight unit of the Office of the Attorney-General of the Republic (OAG) appeared to have made a genuine effort in 2016 to address some of alleged torture or other human rights violations, but this internal investigation was subsequently thwarted by the replacement of the officials in the unit. To date, there has been no prosecution and sanction for the acts of torture or other human rights violations, the report says. “Ayotzinapa is a test case of the Mexican authorities’ willingness and ability to tackle serious human rights violations,” Mr. Zeid said, urging the Mexican authorities to ensure that the search for truth and justice continues, and those responsible for torture and other human rights violations during the investigation are held accountable.Click here for the report’s executive summary. By reviewing the cases of 63 individuals prosecuted in connection with the students’ disappearance from Ayotzinapa Teachers’ College in Guerrero, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) shed light on some of the flaws of the early stages of the investigation, rather than addressing who were responsible for the crime.In the report, titled Double Injustice – Human rights violations in the investigation of the Ayotzinapa case, OHCHR said it has solid grounds to conclude that at least 34 of these individuals were tortured, based on the judicial files, including medical records of multiple physical injuries, and on interviews with authorities, detainees and witnesses.Ayotzinapa is a test case of the Mexican authorities’ willingness and ability to tackle serious human rights violations.“The findings of the report point to a pattern of committing, tolerating and covering up torture in the investigation of the Ayotzinapa case,” said UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein.“This not only violates the rights of the detainees, but also the right to justice and to truth for the victims of the events of September 2014, their families, and for society as a whole,” he added.The report highlights how people were arbitrarily detained and tortured to extract information or confessions, and the significant delays in bringing them before a public prosecutor, often placing them outside the protection of the law. read more

Browsing the internet on cups and catastrophic mistakes The week in quotes

first_imgIT WAS A week when we were warned that another financial meltdown can’t be ruled out.A report on Jimmy Saville revealed hundreds of cases of abuse, and Leo Varadkar reminded us not to text while driving us a cup.All that, and more – it’s the week in quotes: Source: PETER JORDAN/PA Archive/Press Association Images Taoiseach Enda Kenny spoke about the first time he laid eyes on his wife Fionnula. Source: outis113/YouTubeThe processes that led ordinary people… to make catastrophic mistakes… need to be burnt into people’s psyches so that they won’t take risks like that again.Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan couldn’t rule out another financial crisis occurring. Source: ITN/YouTubeMa’am You’re going to have to quit crying so I can get the information from you.A 911 operator came under fire for her handling of a call from a woman who had just been raped. Source: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall IrelandIt is unlikely that someone would be making or receiving a call, texting or browsing the internet through their cup.Minister Leo Varadkar ruled out a ban on drivers holding cups while driving. Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall IrelandIt has not been easy. Cauterising the wound, and pinning the flesh back together is painful.Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore had a fairly graphic take on what it was like to end austerity. Source: Stefan Rousseau/PA Archive/Press Association ImagesWe suffered a greater miscarriage of justice than those who died in the Guildford, Woolwich and Birmingham bombings.The words of Paul Hill speaking after the death of Gerry Conlon (pictured) . The two men were part of the wrongly-convicted Guildford Four, imprisoned for an IRA bombing. Emma’s death was so avoidable.Caroline Sloan told an Oireachtas committee of the need to have epipens more readily available, after her daughter Emma (pictured) died of an allergic reaction in Dublin city centre after they were unable to access one. Source: RTÉ – Ireland’s National Television and Radio Broadcaster/YouTubeI first saw her in the corridors of Leinster House, and obviously I was very attracted to her… I have never met anybody like her in the sense of an attraction there that I just couldn’t resist.center_img The Head Porter said, I’ll leave you to it, shut the door, and then he changed. His demeanour changed… he wasn’t the Jimmy Savile that you saw on the telly, that you know, you saw at charity events. He was, he just wasn’t that sort of man anymore… He changed within, I would have said, seconds. His eyes were cold and dead…The account of a teenage girl who was subjected to a serious sexual assault by Jimmy Saville. Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall IrelandWe can no longer afford to accept our harmful relationship with alcohol as the norm.A warning from Suzanne Costello, CEO of Alcohol Action Ireland, after the publication of a report that found Ireland spent €50 million a week on alcohol last year.last_img read more

Sonys MiniDisc is going gentle into that good night has somehow survived

first_imgSome of you may remember Sony’s MiniDisc player — the company’s early ’90s attempt at a non-CD media storage medium around the time that CDs were becoming quite popular. The rest of you might look at the above image and wonder why that UMD is shaped like a square and sticking out of something that isn’t a PSP. Sony has a history of creating new storage mediums, from Betamax, to UMDs, to Blu-rays, but along the way, the MiniDisc — a small optical 1GB disc kept safe within a square casing — was released into the world and promptly forgotten. Those of you who do remember the MiniDisc might be surprised to learn that Sony is still shipping a MiniDisc player — until next month, that is, as the MiniDis will officially be put to bed.Sony stopped production of the units back in September of 2011, but now, as of March 2013, Sony will ship its last player. Somehow, even though most of us have probably never even held a MiniDisc player — much less listened to music on or owned one — the little guy managed to survive 21 years since its launch in 1992. This is a difficult feat for any propriety piece of technology, especially one in the music industry, where much more convenient and trendy devices — such as iPods and phones — and cheaper alternatives — such as CDs, paid digital downloads, or piracy — have had significant impact on the scene.If you tend to desire weird, obscure tech after its lifecycle has run its course, you can head on over to Amazon or eBay to try to snag a MiniDisc player, most of which are a little too expensive even for what might now be considered a “collector item.”last_img read more

Two men injured in Dublin car crash after failing to stop for

first_img 33,860 Views Source: Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter Feb 5th 2017, 2:55 PM A garda spokesperson said the car was seized as part of their investigation.Read: Recalling the Regency shooting: ‘You could feel the power of the gun’> Two men injured in Dublin car crash after failing to stop for gardaí The car turned on its side in the collision just outside the front door of a house. 22 Comments By Michelle Hennessy http://jrnl.ie/3223833 center_img Share Tweet Email1 Sunday 5 Feb 2017, 2:55 PM Dolphins Barn & HQ att’d this RTC last night on Ruben Walk. The occupants got out themselves but required treatment incl spinal precautions pic.twitter.com/ZCdRRaM5f9— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) February 5, 2017 Short URL TWO MEN WERE taken to hospital last night after overturning their car on a Dublin street.The car had earlier failed to stop for gardaí and crashed on Reuben Walk in Rialto just outside the front door of a house at 10.45pm.The vehicle turned on its side in the collision and the two men managed to get themselves out. However Dublin Fire Brigade said they required treatment and both men were taken to hospital. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

24000 art prize up for grabs

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram An art competition, held by the Hellenic Museum in Melbourne and the Bank of Cyprus, is set to reward winners from a $24,000 prize pool. The competition’s theme: tales of the Greek migrant a modern odyssey, is calling on artists to explore what migration means to them. Museum director, Vicky Yianoulatos, told Neos Kosmos this is something totally different for the museum. “We’ve never done it before and I think it’s a really nice way to do it. There’s no age limit, so it’ll be interesting to see entries, I imagine they’ll be quite diverse,” Ms Yianoulatos said. “The theme is broadly around migration. We’re asking artists to explore what migration means to theme with a Hellenic focus.” Ms Yianoulatos said she has approached arts programs within Victorian universities in order to also encourage non-Greek applicants to enter. “People assume we just cater for the Greek community but it’s about educating the broader community as well,” she said. The Hellenic museum, in its first two years, has received a terrific response from both Greece and local Greek businesses, Ms Yianoulatos said. The not-for-profit museum relies heavily on donations and corporate sponsorship, but the current financial crisis in Greece hasn’t affected them significantly, Ms Yianoloulatos said. She said the museum is conscious of cutting costs where they can, like in shipping art across from Greece for exhibitions. “We’re being mindful of the fact that Greece is under financial difficulty,” she said. “We’ve got 13 branches of the Hellenic museum around the world, we’re just mindful of the fact we don’t want to strain the resources,” she said. “The impact of the financial crisis is minimal.” Entries for the painting competition close on September 30. The winner will be announced on December 8, and all final entries will be displayed at the Hellenic museum from December 8 until January 28. For more information visit the Hellenic Museum’s website: http://www.hellenic.org.aulast_img read more

English bulldog theft suspect pleads not guilty

first_imgA transient accused of stealing an English bulldog puppy at gunpoint pleaded not guilty Friday to several charges.Jajuane D. Etheridge, 23, was arraigned on charges of first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm and second-degree possession of stolen property.Trial was set for Dec. 17.Etheridge allegedly stole the puppy, which is valued at $2,000, after arranging over Craigslist to purchase two dogs on Oct. 19 from an Oregon couple, Jim and Pat Steele. He said he’d pay $4,000. Instead, Etheridge met the couple in the parking lot of Clackamas Town Center and allegedly displayed a gun and made off with one dog, Harpo, a 9-pound pup who is about 10 weeks old, according to court documents.Etheridge was charged here because police found Harpo the dog in a suitcase in Vancouver, following a three-hour SWAT standoff Oct. 21 on Plomondon Street. Investigators said Etheridge allegedly stole the dog to give to his ex-girlfriend’s daughter. Harpo, found by police who had noticed a suitcase moving a bit, was unharmed.Police were tipped off to the dog’s location after Etheridge’s ex-girlfriend saw a news story on the bulldog robbery, Vancouver police Officer James Watson wrote in a probable cause affidavit filed with the court.last_img read more

Billionyearold air has five times more oxygen than expected

first_imgScientists have, for the first time, been able to directly analyze the atmosphere of Earth from nearly a billion years ago. No, you did not miss the invention of time travel. A team of Canadian researchers developed a technique to recover microscopic pockets of air from ancient salt crystals, and they reveal Earth had a lot more oxygen than we thought in those days.The atmosphere right now is about 20% oxygen. It’s been higher at various points over the eons, but a billion years ago it was thought to be just a fraction of that. The recovered samples, however, showed 10.9% oxygen. That’s about five times higher than expected.The samples were recovered from drill cores collected in Australia and dated to around 815 million years. The gas in these cores was trapped during a geological era known as the Neoproterozoic. Just like today, when salt water evaporated, it formed salt crystals known as halites. These crystals are very stable and can trap tiny bubbles of liquid and air. Ice can also trap air pockets, but the problem with ice is that it melts. These salt crystals were buried by sediment and waited nearly a billion years to be unearthed by scientists.These crystals were taken to Brock University where Nigel Blamey has built a one-of-a-kind machine that can crush tiny samples of rock — as little as a tenth of a gram — and analyze the gas released from them. He took multiple samples from the Australian halite and measured the gases inside. To validate the experiment, he also tested modern halite samples, which have known gas compositions.The higher level of oxygen in the ancient samples could have major implications for the history of life on Earth. 815 million years ago, there were no complex multicellular life forms — at least none that we know of. With more oxygen, it would be possible for such creatures to survive. It’s plausible that if we look hard enough, we could find complex fossils that are much older than the ones we’ve found so far.last_img read more

Korean researchers combine algorithm with wireless communication to reduce traffic jams

first_img © 2011 PhysOrg.com Their idea is based on research that has shown that traffic jams occur when (quite obviously) cars are pouring faster into an area of road than the speed at which they are leaving; this results to some extent, the researchers say because of differences in drivers. They say that there are two kinds of drivers on the road. The first are “optimistic” who believe that driving more aggressively will get them to their destination faster. They tend to be the ones to move closer to the vehicle in front of them than is generally deemed safe. The second group, comprised of “defensive” drivers tend to fear the actions of other drivers and as a result tend to put more space between their vehicle and the one they are following. Not surprisingly, the researchers suggest that it’s the optimistic drivers who contribute more to traffic jams because they are the ones that cause the bunching.To build their algorithm, the team used these bits of information. To put an end to a traffic jam, they reason, all that’s needed is for cars that are headed for the jam to slow down and for those that are leaving the jam to speed up. The problem is, people on their own don’t follow these rules. Thus, they suggest that each car be fitted with controls that can force a car to slow down or speed up when deemed necessary, and with wireless technology so that all the cars in the area can “talk” to each other. In such a system, all of the cars on the road could be made to be of the defensive type as well, thus alleviating the original cause of so many jams.In such a real world system, all of the cars and trucks on the road would broadcast their location and speed to all other vehicles in the area. When an onboard control system for an individual vehicle notes that the cars ahead seem to be slowing down for no apparent reason, it would slow the vehicle right away, preventing things ahead from getting worse. If every car heading into the jam did the same, the problem would be reduced. At the same time, those cars on the other side of the jam would be sped up automatically so as to relieve the pressure of the jam. Such a system would not require a central computer controlling everything; each car would react as it should based on the same algorithm in its own individual controller.Realistically, it does appear that such a system would work. The only problem of course would be getting all of the cars on the road fitted with such controls, especially the part where they driver wouldn’t be allowed to override them as is the case with virtually all other automated controls currently being implemented in vehicles. Explore further Citation: Korean researchers combine algorithm with wireless communication to reduce traffic jams (2011, September 19) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-09-korean-combine-algorithm-wireless-traffic.html (PhysOrg.com) — Hyun Keun Lee and Beom Jun Kim, researchers at the University of Seoul, have developed an idea on how to reduce traffic jams or in some cases prevent them all together. In their paper, published in Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, they suggest outfitting every vehicle on the road with wireless communications, some on-board controls, and the implementation of a simple algorithm.center_img More information: Dissolution of traffic jam via additional local interactions, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, Volume 390, Issues 23-24, 1 November 2011, Pages 4555-4561. Preprint available: arxiv.org/abs/1109.2191 AbstractWe use a cellular automata approach to numerically investigate traffic flow patterns on a single lane. The free-flow phase (F), the synchronized phase (S), and the jam phase (J) are observed and the transitions among them are studied as the vehicular density ρ is slowly varied. If ρ is decreased from well inside the J phase, the flux Φ follows the lower branch of the hysteresis loop, implying that the adiabatic decrease of ρ is not an efficient way to put the system back into S or F phases. We propose a simple way to help the system to escape out of J phase, which is based on the local information of the velocities of downstream vehicles.via Arxiv Blog If all drivers were polite, they would get where they’re going faster This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

Burst pipe floods Murchison Street

first_imgVarious areas have been without water for the past few hours due to yet another burst pipe.Murchison Street has been covered in a stream of water, as there is a burst pipe on the corner of Murchison Street and Egerton Road (at the robots).The road was closed a few weeks ago while uThukela fixed a burst pipe. Now another leak has sprung up.DID YOU KNOW? Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there? WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

Disney World launches new mobile checkin at resorts

first_imgDisney World launches new mobile check-in at resorts Travelweek Group Friday, July 28, 2017 Share Tags: Disney, Technology, Theme Parks & Attractionscenter_img ORLANDO — Walt Disney World has gone mobile, launching its new mobile check-in feature earlier this week.According to The Disney Blog, the My Disney Experience app now allows guests to check-in ahead of time and head straight to their rooms. With only a few clicks, guests can check in to any Walt Disney World resort up to 60 days prior to arrival, completing the process by unlocking their room with their MagicBands.For those who already have MagicBands, the check-in process can be completed without the need to visit the front desk.Disney introduced the My Disney Experience app and MagicBand bracelets in 2013. The app also allows guests to order food in advance at participating restaurants.Watch this video to learn how to use the My Disney Experience app to check-in: << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted bylast_img read more

14 arrested 7 more sought in Albanian marijuana village

first_img New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies LAZARAT, Albania (AP) — Hundreds of Albanian police arrested suspects and checked houses Thursday in a southern marijuana-growing village a day after gunmen fatally shot one policeman and wounded two others.Officials in the predominantly Muslim nation played down local media speculation that the gunmen were linked to Islamic State extremists.Police spokesman Ardi Bita said Thursday that 14 out of 21 main suspects had been arrested in Lazarat, 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tirana. He said police searched houses “without meeting resistance.” More than a dozen others were being questioned by prosecutors looking for evidence of who fired at the police Wednesday and seeking to uncover a possible criminal network in the village.Local media said some suspects were Islamic State supporters who had posted imagery associated with the group on their social network sites.“The media have exaggerated. It also is not true that one of the suspects has been in Syria. He has been followed for other crimes and has always been in Albania,” Bita said. “For the moment there is no hint that what is happening is linked at all with the Islamic State.”Lazarat came to prominence last year after a five-day police siege in which special police forces with armored personnel carriers came under intense fire from automatic weapons and rocket launchers. The police raid last year destroyed 102 tons of marijuana and 530,000 marijuana plants with an estimated value of 6.4 billion euros ($8.2 billion).Investigators on Thursday found about 100 bullet casings beside a wall in which gunmen had created holes to fire at police 200 meters (yards) away. A masked police officer in a camouflage told The Associated Press that a grenade launcher was also found. The difference between men and women when it comes to pain 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Bita said the police operation would continue “until the last suspect was detained.”In Tirana, slain police officer Ibrahim Basha was buried with full honors in the Martyrs of the Nation cemetery.___Semini reported from Tirana.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Comments   Share   Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facilitycenter_img Sponsored Stories Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories An Albanian police officer takes position on the rooftop of a house during an operation at the village of Lazarat, about 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of Tirana, Wednesday, June 24, 2015. Dozens of Albanian police, backed up by two army helicopters, have been deployed to a major illegal marijuana-growing village after gunmen fatally shot one policeman and wounded two others on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Hektor Pustina)last_img read more

Golden Princess to have a royal time in Melbourne

first_imgIn addition, Golden Princess will make a maiden summer deployment in Melbourne, which will increase its Victorian capacity by 20 per cent. Princess Cruises’ flagship carrier, Golden Princess, will homeport in Melbourne for the first time, as the company expands its Australian presence to five ships. Mr Allison also said the Golden Princess had a lot to offer passengers. Princess Cruises vice president Australia and New Zealand said that the fleet increase would boost the company’s local capacity by 35 per cent compared in 2015 compared to 2014. In conjunction with the 116,000 tonne Diamond Princess, the 108,000 Golden Princess will traverse Australian waters for the 2015-16 summer, while the smaller Sun Princess will cruise in Australia for the 2015 winter.   Source = ETB News: Tom Neale “Golden Princess’ larger size means she has a host of wonderful features. More than half her staterooms have private balconies, while she also offers a beautiful spa, four swimming pools and 10 restaurants and cafes, so we think she’ll be very popular with Victorians,” Mr Allison said.last_img read more

As Home Prices Grow Wages Stagnate

first_imgAs Home Prices Grow, Wages Stagnate Home price increases have started to plateau, but with wages remaining stagnant, cash-strapped shoppers are still feeling put out.According to Trulia, asking prices on listed homes rose 1.2 percent month-to-month in June, the highest monthly increase in more than a year. The increase was the same both with and without foreclosures.Quarter-over-quarter, Q2 asking prices came up 2.6 percent, while annual gains came to 8.1 percent. Both increases paled in comparison to the respective 3.1 percent and 9.5 percent improvements recorded a year ago.Despite the national slowdown, “price increases continue to be widespread, with 97 of 100 metros posting year-over-year price gains—the most since the recovery began,” said Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko.Unfortunately, consumer incomes have failed to keep pace. Out of the top 10 markets for annual price gains in June—most of which were in the South or Midwest—Kolko found that wages per worker rose less than 1 percent last year in all but one.Nationally, asking prices rose faster year-over-year than wages per worker in 95 of the 100 largest metros.Home rental prices have also outpaced wage growth in all of the 25 largest markets, according to Trulia.Nationally, rents were up 5.5 percent year-on-year in June, with some of the country’s already more expensive markets—like Miami, Oakland, San Francisco, and San Diego—seeing gains of more than 10 percent.”The median rent for a 2-bedroom unit costs more than 40 percent of the average local wage in these markets,” Kolko said. in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Headlines, News July 10, 2014 510 Views center_img Asking Prices Rents Trulia Wages 2014-07-10 Tory Barringer Sharelast_img read more

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in particular unauthorised colonies. He added that both Congress and BJP MLAs had submitted questions on this issue In the run up to the 2008 Assembly electionsCongress had distributed 1638 provisional regularisation certificates (PRC) to residents Howeverwhile little was done in four yearsDikshit fast-tracked the regularisation process after suffering heavy defeats in the 2012 local body elections A short-duration discussion on the issue has also been scheduled for April 2 According to Assembly secretariat recordsthe Education department received more than 150 questionssecond only to the UD departmentfollowed by departments of TransportPublic WorksHealth and Home Many legislators sent questions to the Home department regarding law and order and MLA securitywhile the Transport department has also received questions concerning security and safety of passengers and bus shelters? Top officials in the development plan department of the BMC feel it will not be feasible for the civic body to put up each and every building plan on the website stating that architects are likely to raise copyright issues.These are the life-skills I wanted my students to learn. the Sports Journalists’ Association of Mumbai (SJAM) will present cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar with the Lifetime Achievement award in Mumbai on 11 December at the Cricket Club of India.M. But the PMO was upset that many Indian newspapers paid scant notice to the news, But not until the train calls at Ambalangoda and splutters past Kandegoda that sea reveals itself so tantalisigly close that you feel like jumping off the train. Manjunath Prasad visited the mall soon after the incident and has declared the mall closed until all renovation is completed. the police find it difficult to prevent such incidents.and during the second incident of violence she had seen two other accused ?

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