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But it’s early days yet and some of the IMD’s pessimism may turn out to be unwarranted. the Home Department and the Punjab police chief to take high preventive measures to protect the public as well as security personnel. 2012 11:15 pm Related News A report by Milind Ghatwai,The means to block or release a dam (IESeptember 19)commenting on not just the latest Jal Satyagraha in the Narmada Valleybut the overall costs and benefits of large dams on the Narmada River and the Narmada Bachao Andolanhas compelled me to respond The lack of updated information and accurate data on the Narmada projects as well as the impact of the peoples movement has led the author to concludewithout figures or detailed analysisthat while the struggle has achieved a good deal for the dam-affectedit has also cost much in terms of deferred benefits The authornot so new to the NBA and Narmadashould look into the chronology of big dam projects like Sardar SarovarIndira Sagar and Omkareshwar to learn how decades were lost in interstate conflicts over Narmada Valley development projects The Sardar Sarovar project (SSP) was stalled during the decade-long tribunal proceedings from 1969-79 and so were other projects not permitted by the ministry of environment and foreststhe official sanctioning agency Rightly sodue to the enormous and irreversible social and environmental costs Massive displacementalong with the permanent loss of natural resources and damage to the ecosystemwould require compensatory and mitigatory measures Does the author suggest that projects can go on without full compliance on thesedamaging the catchmentshrinking the river itself and thereby reducing benefits Should the projects not protect the command area to be irrigated from waterlogging and salinisation If sothen taking a position thatwithout legal and fair compensationno project work should continue so as to avoid irreparable loss to either people or nature has only helped gain development benefitsbut with justice and sustainability Let the author also review his far-from-perfect statistics The Indira Sagar dam is to destroythrough submergencemore than 93000 hectares (ha)including prime agricultural land and forestsand a few more thousand hectares through canal excavationonly to achieve irrigation for 123 lakh ha of cultivable land Is this justifiable The Supreme Courts ruling against raising the dam height for the SSP in 2000or not filling of water beyond a court-approved level in Omkareshwar or Indira Sagaris not the Andolans whimsical or irrational diktatbut the outcome of serious violations of the law The author seems not to have studied either the Narmada Water Dispute Tribunal Award (the law stipulating no submergence without prior and full rehabilitation)or the Madhya Pradesh governments rehabilitation policy (shared by three other states in Sardar Sarovar)the conditional clearances granted by the ministry of environment and the Planning Commissionor even the SCs judgments in the case of each of these dams The authors statement that the NBA has lost several court battlesincluding one in 2000 against the SSPis without full knowledge of the conditions in that judgment The revision of the SCs remarks against the NBA in its judgment of May 2011 also appears to not be known to the authorsince certain remarks (in the case of Omkareshwar) have already been expunged If we were to charge the Narmada authorities for perjurywe could have done so several times when they submitted false figures and made baseless claimsfor instanceclaiming the number of families to be rehabilitated in MPMaharashtra and Gujarat as zero, as against only 4. The film was much ahead of its time and actually established then what? it’s all good! For all the latest Entertainment News, Ansari has failed to provide the information,was selected keeping in mind young people who may have lost out on the pleasures of reading in this age of Twitter and technology, said Vikram Sampathauthor and historian who is among the organisers of the festival Sampath said he was happy at the sizeable turnout on a working day Last yearBLF saw 7000-8000 footfalls over three days; this yearwith a better lineup of events and a larger pool of authorsorganisers are expecting more The eventon till Sundaywill feature interactive sessions with literary heavyweights like Shashi Deshpande and Ramachandra Guha For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 6 2014 9:30 pm Rahul Gandhi also talked about discrimination with people from other states (PTI Photo) Related News Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday put forth some pointed questions to Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde about the “delay” in police action relating to the death of Arunachal Pradesh student Nido Taniam after being allegedly beaten by some shopkeepers in Lajpat Nagar Shinde was called on Thursday morning to a meeting Gandhi held with MPs from North East at his residence in the backdrop of outrage over the death of 19-year-old Taniam At the meeting the MPs also made a strong pitch for an anti-racism law in the country as they complained that students and residents from North Eastern states have to frequently face racial slurs and discrimination not only in the national capital but in other states of the country as well Agreeing with the complaints of the MPs about racial discrimination with North Eastern people Gandhi also talked about discrimination with people from other states as well in some places and appeared to favour a strong framework to prevent such things sources said Gandhi wanted to know how the police acted in the matter and Shinde made a detailed briefing about the circumstances surrounding the “delay” in police action in registering the FIR and arresting the persons in connection with the incident the sources said In the meeting Shinde is learnt to have explained to Gandhi that the locational differences of places under which the scuffle took place the boy stayed at night and he was admitted in the hospital fell under the jurisdiction of different police stations and that took some time the sources said As Gandhi sought the views of the MPs to take corrective measures they complained the police are many times not sensitive to complaints of NE people about racial harassment and demanded more teeth to existing 24×7 helpline for North Eastern people They said the helpline should be given more manpower and officers so that they can directy contact the Bhavans (State Government Houses) of North Eastern states It was also felt that states should also be proactive and have one police officer deployed in Bhavans to coordinate with Delhi police in such matters A leader who attended the meeting said Gandhi’s focus was on putting some system and mechanism in place under which quick deterrent action could taken to prevent unpleasant situations and check their recurrence The meeting was attended Lok Sabha MP from Arunachal Pradesh Ninong A Erring Vincent H Pala from Meghalaya R L Ruala from Mizoram Rishang Keishang Thokchom Meinya and Thangso Baite from Manipur From Assam those who attended the meeting included Pankaj Bora N Faruque Santiuse Kujur B K Handique Biren Singh Ingti Paban Singh Ghatowar Rani Nara Dip Gogoi Ismail Hussain and Lalit Kumar Suklavaidhya In the meeting Gandhi also discussed with Shinde and the MPs about the special six-member committee set up by the Home Ministry to look into various concerns of persons from the North Region and take remedial action Talking to reporters AICC general secretary in-charge for North Eastern states Luizinho Faleiro who led the delegation to Gandhi said the Congress Vice President wanted not only to ensure justice in the case of Taniam but also address the issue of discrimination of people from the Northeast in the long run Faleiro said the Home Ministry has set up of a six-member committee headed by retired IAS officer M B Bezbaruah which will submit a report within two months after examining the causes behind the attacks/violence and discrimination against the people from the Northeast He said Gandhi was not only keen for measures to solve the Taniam case but also the “hostile discrimination” against the people of North Eastern region which is happening in Delhi and other states “We discussed with Gandhi how to ensure that such incidents do not happen again and there must be some deterrent action so that innocent persons do not face brutal inhuman attacks” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: June 24 2012 2:11 am Related News The annual pilgrimage for lakhs of Vitthal devotees from Pune to Pandharpur is being held with a difference The state health department has lined up some edutainment and social messages for those who decide to rest their feet in a hall or in the open The InformationEducation and Communication (IEC) bureau of the department has launched a series of materialboth in print and audio-visual form the focus being on saving the girl child It was a touching experience for the devotees as a 15-minute film Madhura was screened every alternate nightwith Marathi actors and brand ambassadors Sachin and Supriya Pilgaonkar appealing to people to save the missing girl Bureau deputy director Vilas Deshpande says the film got a good response so much so that with the screen being slightly smallmany devotees gave up their white dhoti as a replacement The filmdepicting how a doctor is caught red-handed while conducting illegal sex selection of the foetuswas screened on these dhotis many a time The bureau has also printed a series of flash cardsflip chartsposters and over 80000 copies of a 20-page booklet Goshta Mazya Taichi (Story of My Sister) The Marathi booklet seeks to create an awareness about how a girl is discriminated against from birth The protogonist boyher brotherrealises how unfair this attitude has been and urges his school friends to sensitise their parents about how important girls are The booklet will be distributed in schools Besides those on the girl childthe bureau has also brought out bookletsflip charts and material on other issues like maternal healthsafe deliverynutrition for pregnant womansterilisation and family planning methods It has also taken up issues like what care a woman should take post 40 Nearly 14000 copies of flip charts detailing ways to reduce maternal mortality have been printed and distributed to health workers and auxillary nursing midwivesaimed at creating an awareness among pregnant women who report for antenatal checkup For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Updated: February 6 2014 2:29 pm On Wednesday a delegation of domestic workers met the labour minister Hassan Mushrif to discuss their long pending issues Related News In a major relief to the agitating domestic workers in the city and other parts of Maharashtra state Labour Minister Hassan Mushrif has agreed to order the labour commissionerates to start work of registering the names of workers eligible for pension Mushrif also has increased the age limit for pension to 65 years Domestic workers in Pune have been agitating against discontinuing the issuance of identity cards The office of the labour commissioner cited lack of manpower and computers for discontinuing the work Also the domestic workers wanted the age limit for pension to be increased to 65 years from the existing 60 years On Wednesday a delegation of domestic workers met the labour minister to discuss their long pending issues After the meeting the minister agreed to their demands and ordered the labour commissioners to follow the directions A special meeting will be convened soon to discuss the issue of insurance for domestic workers For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News

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