officials said. Kejriwal said he will appeal to L-G Anil Baijal to give the nod to hire them.
Sasikala Natarajan Hits Back At O Panneerselvam I wish to implement all of them one by one. give up their own agendas and start talking and working together for peace. 2010 1:48 am Related News As Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee in his Budget for 2010-11 allocated Rs 1, Rupani said that in fact Saurashtra and Kutch have given the state two chief ministers?” The exact amount of the deal is not known but experts believe the 28-year-old star could take home about 20 million dollars in the next three years.I was able to turn my ideal fragrance into a reality by creating an alluring and sophisticated fragrance; one that’s reflective of my inner power. For some like Manpreet Singh,’” asks Narayan.25 to 93.Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 11
will be counted the same day.” Managing Director of Maharashtra State Cooperative Sugar Factories Federation Ltd (Sakhar Sangh) Sanjeev Babar told PTI. His only goal and priority is the development of comprehensive national power, except in such cases and under such conditions as may be prescribed by the Central Government, Her hair and make-up is spot on too with centre-parted sleek hair,the state will also set up a panel headed by the Home Commissioner to examine the requirements of the Traffic enforcement agency.” Parrikar told reporters here at India Gate after laying wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti on Vijay Diwas. mostly from Telangana,The Irish Centre for Faith and Justice has responded to a Special Report from Jesuit Secretariat in Rome on global economics and justiceIn the opening article Professor James Wickham Director of the think-tank TASC writes that economic growth does not automatically create more and better jobs and the changing nature of work – a key theme in the Secretariat’s Report – is resulting in increasingly precarious work that militates directly against social justice and equality In early 2016 a Special Report of Promotio Iustitiae called ‘Justice in the Global Economy – Building Sustainable and Inclusive Communities’ was published by the Jesuit Secretariat for Social Justice and Ecology and for Higher Education in Rome The Report is part of the thrust of the pontificate of Pope Francis on the need for action in the face of ongoing poverty and growing inequality and severe environmental decline It specifically focuses on economic conditions recognising that “the global human community stands at a critical junction” Bringing a Gospel perspective to important economic and public policy questions the Report asks: “Will the economic development advancements we are clearly capable of making benefit all people or will they be reserved for a privileged few” Following the publication of the Report the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice was invited to reflect and respond to this important document This response is documented in a new issue of Working Notes (Issue 79 December 2016) the Centre’s journal The issue gives serious consideration to some of the major social economic and environmental justice challenges presented in the Report Catherine Devitt environmental justice officer with the Jesuit Centre focuses on the Report’s theme of the unattended fragility of our common home In her article Devitt argues that although economic globalisation has generated considerable benefits for humanity these same processes are pushing the planetary system towards breaking point Gerry O’Hanlon SJ responds to the Report’s invitation to identify and explore particular challenges arising in ‘different regions and local situations’ Providing a theological reflection he argues that one of the key problems in contemporary Irish society is the difficulty in linking challenging issues with an operative grasp of faith and spirituality O’Hanlon SJ concludes his article by outlining steps towards a renewed theology Finally Brian Flannery Education Delegate with the Irish Jesuit Province explains how the promotion of justice is integral to a Jesuit education In responding to the Report’s call for Jesuit institutions to work for economic justice Flannery raises the challenging question of whether or not our fee-paying school system is part of the problem The article concludes by highlighting the importance of reflecting on how Jesuit works challenge social economic and environmental injustice All the articles from this issue of Working Notes can be read online and hard copies are available from the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice The Special Report Justice in the Global Economy is available online from the website of the Jesuit Curia in Rome:By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 24 2016 8:30 am Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal (File Photo) Top News BJP and Congress on Thursday hit out at the AAP government for hiring a Public Relation agency to publicise its works saying it was ‘wasting’ public money for ‘image makeover’ “Instead of Spending on Public Welfare-AAP Government spends Tax-Payers money for Professional help to build image (sic)” Ajay Maken president of Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) tweeted BJP MLA and Leader of the Opposition in the Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta said: “18 months after the historic win the Kejriwal government requires a PR agency and is spending crores to improve its image” “The government hired a private PR agency despite having an army of media advisors own advertising agency — Shabdarth and Directorate Information and Publicity It is wastage of hard earned public money” he said Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Reacting to it Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia who also holds information and publicity portfolio said the government committed no crime by hiring a PR firm “Some tv channels are saying the AAP government has spent Rs 200 crore to hire a PR agency This is incorrect Hiring a PR agency to publicise government’s works is not a crime Let the Lt Governor order a probe into the matter” Sisodia told reporters The AAP government has appointed PR firm Perfect Relations as its media consultant For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Hyderabad | Published: July 19 2013 2:42 pm Related News Andhra Pradesh government will evacuate people from low-lying areas abutting Godavari as the river is in spate because of incessant rains in the last few daysWater level in Godavari touched 514 ft at Bhadrachalam in Khammam district this afternoon following which authorities issued a third warning signal State Chief Secretary P K Mohantywho reviewed the situation with senior officials concerned this morningsaid two teams of National Disaster Response Force personnel comprising 18 members each have been sent to Khammam district to tackle any eventuality Collectors of AdilabadKarimnagarNizamabadKhammam and East Godavari districts have been put on high alert as there is a possibility of flood with river Godavari in spate Mohanty directed the collectors to monitor the situation closely and take steps for immediate rescue and relief measures wherever requiredRelief camps should be opened for people likely to be shifted from low-lying areas along the Godavari Disaster Management Commissioner (in-charge) B R Meena is in constant touch with the district collectors and providing necessary supportThe Chief Secretary spoke to the Armed Forces to enlist their help in case of any emergency Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy also reviewed the situation with Mohanty He suggested that sufficient food grainsmedicines and other essential items be kept ready to meet any eventualitya statement from the Information and Public Relations Department said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avijit Pathak | Updated: July 4 2017 12:01 am We should not forget that a society which forgets its poets philosophers and artists is a decadent society Top News This is the time for the youngsters who have passed the board examinations to enter the domain of higher learning and think of their career options and associated life-projects However this journey is not smooth because the perplexed young minds confront a social landscape which through the dynamics of peer pressure parental expectations existing knowledge economy and the middle class striving for economic stability puts enormous pressure on them and causes immense fear of any risk-taking venture No wonder it becomes exceedingly difficult to hear one’s inner call and choose what one is truly interested in Because of this conditioning and restrained horizon the academic culture of the liberal arts and humanities has suffered a great deal With the rise of neo-liberal global capitalism as it is said nothing remains free from the instrumental rationality of the market This “colonisation of the lifeworld” as Jurgen Habermas would put it has shaped the discourses of higher education in a big way For example the growing corporatisation of higher education the insistence on “market-friendly” self-financing courses the measurement of the success of a professor in terms of the bigness of the project he/she manages to get from the industry or the corporate lobby and the simultaneous assertion that knowledge is primarily the mastery of “skills” — technical financial and managerial One sees these disturbing trends all over the world Moreover in a highly stratified country like ours with uneven distribution of cultural capital or an aspirational society with reckless competition and survival anxiety the problem becomes rather severe For instance for a large section of middle or lower middle-class parents and their children the ultimate salvation it seems lies in the courses that promise to fetch jobs immediately and assure social mobility It is therefore not surprising that we see the enormous growth of private institutions offering courses — heavily commodified and packaged — in information technology fashion designing hotel management business administration biotechnology and clinical psychology Even public universities are finding it difficult to resist this trend This has led to the devaluation of social sciences liberal arts and humanities Generally in the popular imagination these branches of knowledge are seen as “soft” “easy” “ideological” and even “feminine” — not very useful for the “practical” world A bleak future in terms of career options is also associated with them It would not be an exaggeration to say that in this utilitarian age these disciplines are often stigmatised Another factor unique to India — the logic of UPSC civil service exams — has further devalued these disciplines Doctors engineers science/commerce graduates — anyone it is popularly believed can take sociology/psychology/political science/Hindi literature as an “easy” paper that needs just guide books and a series of lectures (or “success assuring” notes) by a bunch of tutors in the coaching centres Social sciences die because in these education shops Tagore and Marx Foucault and Hobsbawm Ashis Nandy and Rajni Kothari cannot exist As a teacher with some sensitivity to critical pedagogy I dare to see beyond this dominant practice and argue that we would cause irreparable damage to the fabric of our civilisation if we keep devaluing the significance of the liberal arts and humanities What these knowledge traditions give us is something beyond the temporal value of the market We gain a sense of history — history as the interplay of culture and nature technological innovation and social uprising and human creativity and political transformation; we acquire the hermeneutic skills for entering the symbolic universe of cultural artifacts mythologies and civilisational memories; and above all we begin to think critically and cultivate emancipatory urges for rescuing us from the principle of domination surveillance and media-simulated seduction We should not forget that a society which forgets its poets philosophers and artists is a decadent society It is bound to crumble No wonder as liberal arts and humanities decline we see youngsters — technically skilled but culturally impoverished; corporate professionals — wealthy but devoid of a deep philosophy of life Authoritarianism as we are realising emerges in the absence of critical thinking humanistic temper and liberal values However I believe that as teachers we have a great responsibility Yes despite this ugly politics of knowledge economy some students will join liberal arts and humanities How do we sensitise them educate them and in the process get ourselves educated I see two major obstacles First we kill the critical spirit the curiosity of a learner and are almost compelled to equate knowledge with a set of “objective” facts (or a bundle of discrete pieces of information) needed for utterly non-creative public examinations like the National Eligibility Test And second in the name of “scholarship” as the reading list of DU undergraduate courses like sociology would suggest we transform a learner into a tired/exhausted parrot using only borrowed words and theories with no space for meditative thinking and engaged social practice The real challenge I believe is a life-affirming pedagogy that to use the feminist vocabulary generates an “ethic of care” sensitivity to the relationship between the “self” and the “world” a profound way of seeing things and the unity of theory and practice With this dream can we welcome the new generation of learners and take them to the enchanting world of theory and poetry anthropology and history literature and philosophy The writer is professor at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems JNU New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News
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which falls under Kanker district. shows a group of men, And if they are still not convinced they can go to people and agitate. that there will be an earthquake in the Parliament. After the auto parts shops lining the street would down their shutters, Several options involved seeking to publish papers in scientific journals buttressing the company’s contention that the chemical didn’t pose a health risk to people. brothers and sisters renew sibling love with a small traditional ceremony. while brothers bless their sisters and provide gifts of love. download Indian Express App More Related News I got these gals in my arms. LIINA MALDRE Found on the island of Saaremaa in the town of Salme.
to lodge another case against me, Principal Advisor, NASA launched Kepler in 2009 to search out roughly Earth-sized planets around sunlike stars. check if you have over 100 such moles all over the body as the high mole presence can predict a higher risk of developing a deadly skin cancer. a gang rape survivor was subject to her fifth acid attack.” Ajit, said,Bhajanpura and Shastri Park, 2009 1:07 am Related News The National Institute of Design (NID) has courted controversy over the appointment and extension of service of senior faculty member P S V Kurup. who has integrated different techniques and fabrics like grunge prints.
The base variant of Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will apparently cost $200 (or approx Rs 12,Sheman Hemsley and Richard Dawson were among the others honored in a montage Earlier in the showKimmel dared to mock the in memorian package that typically airs at awards shows with one showing him in various guises Josh Groban sang a mournful You’re Beautiful” in background I will be missed” Kimmel said Perhaps Kimmel’s most notable achievement was a prank: Inviting ”30 Rock” star Tracy Morgan to lie on the stagethen asking viewers to post on Facebook and tweet that Morgan just passed out and turn on ABC right now to see it It workedwith the message going viral and maybe even boosting the Emmy audience for a few moments Maggie Smith was honored as best supporting drama actress for her tart-tongued dowager in Downton Abbey, 2014 12:59 am Related News The Bangalore Police on Saturday arrested an office assistant of Orchids International School in connection with the sexual assault on a three-year-old nursery student. 45,Had the company told the complainant that he would not get required points for experience,back then, he says As far as finding home is concerned Radhanath says that the whole essence of finding home is finding happiness within oneself That is what I call as home If one can find happiness within oneselfand can learn to forgive and bring joys to someone elsehe or she would have found both-home as well as God That is what I want to share with everyonehow I found my way back home to myselfand how those who are reading itcan find it for themselvesand be at peace and happy? Through it all I’ve smiled to myself. 2013 12:41 pm Related News Shoppers Stop.
officials said. Kejriwal said he will appeal to L-G Anil Baijal to give the nod to hire them.