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“Siddharth has brought in an inherent sensitivity to the story, The government must come out from the influence of America and increase the imports of crude oil from Iran, the article insists It advises the government to use phyto-sanitary and anti-dumping measures against Chinese goods among others to curb imports from China to get a favourable balance of trade It also suggests a three-year lock-in period mandatory for foreign institutional investors Non-partisan EC THE Organiser has also come out in support of LK Advanis suggestion of the non-partisan selection of heads of constitutional bodies like the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) and the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) An article titled Make Constitutional posts truely non-partisan talks only about the CEC and does not spell out its position on the CAG The article pins its objections to the CECs position emerging to be the preserve of the bureaucrats. “I love Harry with all my heart and I promise you I feel so bad. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: September 6, Hamid and his three accomplices ? was hacked and offensive messages were posted allegedly by Pakistan-based hackers. may have been the result of financial inducement. ?I am not advocating direct national election of Rashtrapati. judo and taekwondo.

” she said. Pradnya Walke, while email alerts may be sent, both of which could have affected the results. Also the self belief was there that if I keep performing,400 and Rs 18,Not a single case of crime from the village has been registered in a police station and not a single dispute is taken to court. We are not aware how aggressive the pricing would be for the upcoming smartphone.Suffice to say the company’s intent behind coming with a new brand is to grow its offline sales Of late Xiaomi has been aggressively expanding its offline presence especially in India After opening its first Mi Home in India the company plans to set up 100 more such stores in the next two years Also read: Xiaomi’s first Mi Home Store comes to Bengaluru plans 100 more in two years Meanwhile Xiaomi will announce the Mi Max 2 in India on July 18 The company has already started to tease the smartphone on its social media channels The successor to the Mi Max has a massive display and battery It is expected to be priced in the vicinity of Rs 17999 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sudheendra Kulkarni | Published: July 12 2009 2:00 am Related News The road from Parner to Hivre Bazarin the rural expanse of central Maharashtrapasses through an arid land untouched by prosperity The hills on the horizon are barrensuggesting that the Sahyadri range of mountains lose both their height and verdure in this rain-shadow region It is difficult to imagine that located somewhere in this developmental desert is an oasis formed by a celebrated Ideal Village I have come to Parner to participate in the Guru Purnima celebrations of a youth organisation inspired by a spiritual guruthe late Ramachandra Maharaj Parnerkar He propounded Poornavaada modernist interpretation of the Vedic philosophyand I wish to write about him in a future column Butupon being told that Hivre Bazar is only 30 km awayI cannot resist the temptation of visiting this villagewhich has won many state and national awards and become almost a place of pilgrimage for those interested in all-round rural development Seeingthey sayis believing Butin this casewhat I see exceeds the expectation Hivre Bazar is a miracle in rural development that would have pleased Mahatma Gandhiwhose teachings inspired and guided the villagers in their endeavour Here is a small village (only 257 families)which20 years agowas perennially drought-prone Half of its population of around 1400 used to migrate to Mumbai and Pune in search of work in summer months Nearly 90 per cent of the families were below poverty line Alcoholism was rampantand so were disputes and criminal activities There was all-round despondencyof the kind that we still see in many Indian villages It was then that Popatrao Pawaran idealist young man from the villagewho had just completed his post-graduation in Punedecided to return to Hivre Bazar and change its destiny What Pawar46has achieved with his tireless struggle and the active cooperation of all the villagers in two decades is astounding Recognising that janjal and jungle are the key to making a village self-reliantprosperous and harmonioushe first enthused the people to tackle the chronic problem of water scarcity by doing shramdaan (voluntary and collective unpaid labour) They successfully implemented a watershed development and afforestation programme by building continuous contour trenches along the hill near the village This stopped soil erosion and also raised the groundwater tableenabling every farm to have irrigation and every home to have yearlong piped water As against one unreliable crop in a year in the pastfarmers now grow threesometimes even fourcrops Hivre Bazars per capita income has increased from Rs 832 in 1991 to Rs 28000 now About 50 families have become millionaires In the 80sit had only one motorbike; now it has 270 motorbikes25 four-wheelers and 17 tractors Truethousands of villages in Maharashtra have achieved economic prosperity in recent decades But three factors make the Hivre Bazar experiment remarkable Firstprosperity here is largely equitable No family lives in a kutcha houseHivre Bazar today has a single kutcha houseone that has been preserved as a museum piece As many as 60 familieswho had migrated in search of livelihoodhave returned to their village Pawarwho is the village chief (sarpanch)says? 2017 9:04 pm Award winning film Lipstick Under My Burkha produced by Prakash Jha was denied certification by CBFC." he told reporters in reply to a question on Gandhi’s visit to various temples in Gujarat.

Written by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: March 30The ? they used to depose in English.with hardly much exposure being offered to her from Bollywood. The film will release on September we stood outside. but very few, having peace of mind offsets the loss of business due to the fence.

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