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could not understand where her new family had gone. Its devastating for Mercy She had bonded with her new family and was calling for Madonnasaying? containing multiple clouds of hydrogen laced with other elements.Jamie Chung, We need to counsel parents to reduce pressure, said Anuradha JoshiprincipalSardar Patel Vidyalaya We should document all innovations and share them with other schools as well as the NCERT?s uncle Laiq Khan, too. 2015 and delinking of 33 years qualifying service with effect from January 1,5mm headphone jack.Samsung Galaxy S8 coming with 4GB RAM, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kabir Firaque | New Delhi | Updated: October 29.
which is a charitable trust. The domestic garden, where the gods were exiled and from where deliverance will come. BJP member Lal Babu Prasad rushed to the Well of the House saying they (BJP) would not hear any reply from the minister as he had used “uncharitable remarks against the Prime Minister. 2015 12:57 am Related News The judicial commission probing the solar scam on Thursday directed accused Biju Radhakrishnan to furnish evidence regarding his allegations against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy before December 10. Share This Article Related Article Ramesh Bhardwaj, download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn February 19 Father General Adolfo Nicolas wrote a letter on “The Universal Vocation of the Jesuit”. It was a meaty reflection on the need to think globally a need stemming from the Constitutions and Spiritual Exercises and stressed by the 35th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus Father Nicolás speaks about the “renewed awareness of our universal vocation” as a “fundamental element of our Jesuit identity” This vocation he adds involves the need to restructure the Society at all levels with the view to “better respond to new and more universal challenges” a response which requires “great agility and flexibility while maintaining or promoting excellence and responsible management in whatever we do locally” For a fuller summary read on: THE UNIVERSAL VOCATION OF THE JESUIT by Fr General Adolfo Nicolás SJ A Summary Part of Jesuit identity is to be ready to go anywhere in the world to serve men and women everywhere Ignatius stressed this in the Constitutions and the Spiritual Exercises It makes sense of our special vow of obedience to the Pope It has characterised the work of Jesuits from the beginning to now GC 35 recognised the supranational character of many of the Society’s projects such as migration refugees social issues and sustainable development This requires that we adjust our structures and way of governance so that we think and plan with an eye to Conferences of Provinces and to the whole Society Major Superiors who go to international meetings should tell their brethren about what happened They should use the account of conscience in planning to send a generous proportion of their brethren to needy areas abroad and also in fostering in scholastics and brothers a spirit of availability for difficult assignments Part of our training should be learning foreign languages especially the more widely used languages such as English Chinese and Spanish Ideally all Jesuits should have some international experience preferably as part of their training A strong general education should enable all our men to understand reality with depth of heart and breadth of mind At the same time we encourage our men to be exceptionally good at something Those who have some special capability will find doors opening to them in different parts of the worldWritten by Harsha Raj Gatty | Panaji | Published: July 28 2016 12:43 pm Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar Top News As debate fumes in the state for being the hub of drug-trafficking with the Director General of Police and Leader of Opposition recently cautioning the stakeholders to take lessons from Punjab’s drug menace poor conviction rate in NDPS cases continues to stand’s-out in the report tabled by Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar at the ongoing monsoon assembly Since 2012 the Anti Narcotic Cell (ANC) has booked 230 cases under NDPS Act and seized contraband substance over Rs 17 crore street value Subsequently 263 suspects including 98 foreign nationals 64 locals and others hailing from different parts of the country were arrested under various section of NDPS act among other charges However despite the arrests made by the police they have been able to convict only 14 (5 per cent) accused at the local or higher courts While defendant’s lawyers in most cases have been able to tear through the charges framed by the police as non-prosecutable evidence and for shabby investigation on the other hand the police say that the drug peddlers are able to getaway with benefit-of-doubt at the local courts “In cases of possession transport and sale of drugs it is difficult to establish such transactions in the courts eventually this fact is upheld in favour of the suspects who walk out after the commission of the alleged offence” police official attached with ANC says Meanwhile 71 percent of the suspects arrested between 2013-2016 (June) under NDPS act are awaiting for their turn at court impending trial some waiting as long as over three-years While four foreigners and two Indian nationals have been acquitted of all charges against them the police has reported that it has not yet completed investigation in 32 NDPS cases Amongst the contraband’s seized while in majority of the stock comprises of small (100 grams) and commercial quantity (1 kilogram) of Ganja and Charas sale of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances such as Amphetamine Cocaine Ecstacy Heroin LSD Opium have also been detected during the tourist season (November to March) especially in the coastal belts of Calangute Anjuna Baga Candolim Vagator and other touristic hotspots “The peddlers don’t find high-end clients among the local’s so they prefer to solicit drugs to the visitors in most case our officers pose as prospective clients to nab the drug carrier and traders” Superintendent of Police for Anti-Narcotic Cell (ANC) Karthik Kashyap said speaking earlier to The Indian Express For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Her flip-flops on issues such as a budgetary cap on social care for elderly pensioners, who was known as 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Mehmood Akhtar, Ramdas,a team of district officials, It is only computer analysis of patterns of calls and emails that are being sent. ‘?’ ? 2012 4:39 pm Related News With registration for helicopter flights to cave shrine of Lord Shiva at Amarnath in South Kashmir beginning from May 7 next, Less is known about the consequences of participating in contact sports where body-to-body contact is permitted but is not purposeful such as soccer, etc.” he said adding that the NewMotion acquisition would fit into this area “Shell haven’t been as clear on their ambitions in that area as say Total but you can imagine it’s an option they are considering” NewMotion operates more than 30000 private charging points for homes and businesses in the Netherlands Germany France and the UK For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bijoy Venugopal | Published: July 17 2016 1:10 am Shot taken of a wild kangaroo that I stumbled across whilst exploring Australia Top News Squalls billowing into Adelaide airport from the southwest had delayed my flight threatening to jeopardise my trip to Kangaroo Island When take off we did anxiety turned to panic The Saab turboprop aircraft on its gut-clenching 35-minute sortie to Kingscote over the Great Australian Bight bobbed like a kite in a gale Kingscote was frigid and gusty but Ron Swan’s handshake reassured me Everything about this short stocky tour guide in his early sixties said “kindred soul” and I was certain that my two-day sojourn would be filled with discoveries “You have to be grateful for this weather” Ron said jerking a thumb at the ominous skies as he announced that the ferries had been cancelled Two large SeaLink ferries operate four times daily from Port Jervis two hours south of Adelaide bringing in enough tourists and cars to make the 4405 sq km island feel a tad crowded Australia’s third largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island Kangaroo Island has been cut off from the mainland since the sea swallowed the connecting land bridge thousands of years ago Aboriginal people may have walked across it as had emus kangaroos and koalas All but the kangaroos died out Isolation kept the island out of reach of invasive foxes rabbits and rats which plagued the mainland Much of the native vegetation was untouched The aboriginal people knew this southern land as Karta — Island of the Dead It owes its modern name to Captain Matthew Flinders the distinguished navigator and hydrologist who mapped the island assiduously in 1802 Flinders has a dozen or so places named after him in Terra Australis as he described the land that Captain James Cook discovered for the British Crown in 1770 His legacy lives on in the picturesque Flinders Chase National Park a refuge for diverse flora and fauna Sea lion The first wildlife we spotted was three hours dead A brushtail possum hit and run swarmed by pearly-eyed Australian ravens Roadkills showed up every other kilometre and Ron remarked that it was nearly impossible not to hit a possum at night “On one drive I counted 50 in half an hour and then I gave up counting” he said As more dead animals materialised I told Ron “I want to see something alive” Beside a dirt track cutting through dense mallee Ron led me to a dry creek fringed by lofty red gum trees then clicked his tongue and grimaced “The Glossy Black Cockatoos aren’t here today but there if you are interested is a koala” I looked up into a curious grey face with tufted ears blown back by the wind Its left ear sported a red plastic tag Therein hung a tale After native koalas died out a few were introduced on Kangaroo Island The ensuing population explosion caused a scarcity of food as koalas feed only on six species of wild eucalypt found here Today a humane control programme is underway and sterilised koalas sport a coloured ear-tag I was looking at one A profusion of parrots appeared Crimson rosellas and rose-pink galahs squawked in the canopy A flock of enormous yellow-tailed black cockatoos settled noisily Ron held up a shred of honeycomb fallen from a tree The Ligurian bee now extinct in its native Italy was introduced here in 1884 and went feral to the delight of apiculturists Bright yellow honeyeaters and silvereyes savoured nectar from clusters of flowering melaleuca the hardy tea-tree Beside the track grew prehistoric-looking grass trees that yielded yacca gum A ten-foot high tree crowned by a grassy mop of foliage may be thousands of years old Black swans “These yacca trees have survived the boom and the bust” said Ron referring to the alternating cycles of nature’s plenitude and penury that drove the unique evolutionary adaptations of Australia’s resilient flora and fauna Kangaroo Island was recovering from a punishing summer and the first autumn rains had drawn the roos out of hiding to drink thirstily from highway puddles A stunning scarlet robin called on us as we lunched in the bush Ron produced a bottle of local wine and grilled fillets of King George Whiting a highly prized local fish We ate watched over by an inquisitive wallaby and a shameless but forgivably gorgeous superb fairywren that picked crumbs off my shoelaces Afterwards Ron pulled up beside the road and pointed to what looked like a spiny rugby ball unsure of which direction to roll This extraordinary creature was a short-beaked echidna one of two primitive egg-laying mammals found in Australia At my approach the foraging echidna waddle-rolled back into the bush “What was it eating” I asked Ron “Meat ants” he replied And then his eyes widening he exclaimed “And now they’re eating you” Standing still for a second had invited the ants that survived the echidna’s lunch onto my shoes and shanks They bit insistently through the fabric Howling in pain I stripped off my shoes socks and the detachable legs of my nylon trousers while Ron thrashed them ferociously against a tree to shake off the tenacious ants Passing motorists slowed down marvelling at this vaudevillian diversion I never quite recovered from the trauma — ghost ants crawled on my skin all afternoon It was not seals but Australian sea lions that welcomed me to Seal Bay from where the ocean stretched unbroken for 6000 km towards the Antarctic ice shelves Later I observed pods of long-nosed fur seals at Flinders Chase Ron explained the difference — sea lions have coats of hair rear flippers that can walk on land and external ears Seals better adapted for aquatic life have dense fur coats and no external ears Their flippers are useless on land and they don’t venture far inland unlike sea lions which can be seen three km from the beach Koala The western coast revealed a dramatic landscape Gigantic granite boulders streaked with mineral deposits and hollowed out by saline spray form the Remarkable Rocks The cavernous mouth of Admiral’s Arch an arresting theatre of sea-carved rock is highlighted by stalactites that dangle like teeth Next morning as we drove north towards Penneshaw on the Dudley Peninsula there was little trace of the winds hammering the southern coast Ron showed me to the village of American River a sea inlet erroneously named in 1803 by American sealers who had camped here Birds abounded Along with Cape Barren geese Australian shelducks and musk ducks were little pied cormorants masked plovers Australian pelicans two species of oystercatchers and white-faced herons White-bellied sea eagles and wedge-tailed eagles circled in the sky En route to the airport to catch my flight back to Adelaide I gazed morosely at the water “Don’t put that camera away yet mate” Ron said Out on the water swam two graceful black swans with eight cygnets I clicked away gratefully When I had finally packed away my camera a flock of about 200 little corellas rose from a field near the airport “Some things you don’t need a photograph to remember” Ron said as he pumped my hand in farewell Bijoy Venugopal is a travel writer and cartoonist For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sudeep Pakrashi | Kolkata | Published: August 25 2009 4:55 am Related News When it comes to looking out for talented footballers from the far-flung corners of the countrymost veterans in the sport reckon that one major area that remains largely untapped for football administrators is the tribal section And those who hold this opinion include Maidan bigwigs like PK Banerjee and Amal Dutta And despite repeated calls for tapping talented young guns from the countrys tribal pocketsthe Indian Football Association (IFA) is yet to wake up to the reality There are two men who are swimming against the tide though Baidyanath Mandi and Anirban Dharwho are based out of Bankuraare going about tapping youngsters from the districts tribal belts For the last one year or sothe duo has been working tirelessly to fulfilling an audacious dream setting up a residential football coaching school in Bankuras Kalpathar village The aim is to groom a pool of talented footballers from the districts tribal youth If things go according to plans for Mandi and Dharthen the academy for the Bankura tribals could come up as early as the middle of next year The process is already in placewith a ground earmarked for the project by the local Panchayat officials Speaking to The Indian ExpressDhar said: Kalpathar village already has a separate cultural forum comprising only tribals Our proposed football academy is fitting well with this forum We have shortlisted a number of enthusiastic youngstersmostly aged around 14 years We have also zeroed in on a local coach Once the ground is readythe boys will begin training A multi-storied building will be built where selected tribals boys will be put up from various villages across the district The kids will also be accommodated into local schools?By: AP | London | Published: October 19
Citing the official jute production figures of the mill.