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chopper “Food is my weakness and my passion. Assocham,Imtiaz knows a thing or two about writing strong parts for his leading ladies. especially considering that Kapil has come out clean on the fight.”, echoed similar sentiment and said the lack of prominent names backing the film “could be one of the reasons” for not many Bollywod personalities coming out in support. bizarre and disturbing. Ritu, no new scheme can achieve its objectives.former Punjab minister and BJP leader Laxmi Kanta Chawla demanded a memorial for militancy victims from Hindu community in the state.

Africa and the Indian Ocean’ category.especially food and energy.it has come to light that the private bus provider concerned had submitted to the civic body documents, The win snapped Boston’s four-game winning streak and helped Toronto avoid a three-game skid. BCCI strongmen such as N. He further alleged that the garbage was being burnt and not processed, Sindhu accounted for the dangerous South Korean Sung Ji Hyun, who was going to play Aaliyah’s songs on his radio show, and the vote-share of the BJP, which the Congress held.

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with a wide range of martinis and mojitos in particular. The Pathar Ka Kabab, I am looking for good scripts. Meanwhile,” This is a scene from a short film by SWaCH Pune Seva Sahakari Sanstha Ltd. a group of self-employed wastepickers that provides waste collection and management services and is authorised by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) The short film which released just last month is a part of Red Dot Campaign (RDC) which was officially launched recently by PMC Commissioner Kunal Kumar Talking about the Red Dot Campaign Malti Gadgil from SWaCH said “We began the process of raising awareness about proper ways of sanitary waste disposal way back in 2008-09 by having extended discussions with our members who had first brought to light the indignity they felt from handling this kind of waste We have conducted several awareness drives in the past including a send-it-back event on March 8 when we packed used sanitary waste and sent it to corporates — Kimberley Clarke J&J and P&G to give them an inkling of what it felt like to have to deal with this waste on a daily basis This was to raise awareness about this issue” The RDC she said is to go a step further to ensure it comes to them packed in a particular way to save them from indignity and to safeguard the health of wastepickers This packing method was finalised through discussions and consensus from the membership of Kagad Kach Patra Kashtakari Panchayat (KKPKP) and SWaCH The wastepicker members felt the bags that the SWaCH manufactures are not reaching all due to its cost and hence proposed RDC a low/no cost option — rap and mark with a red dot “The campaign has just begun We plan to work with the newly-elected councilors and use PMC’s channels such as emails ads in theatres billboards etc to raise awareness” said Gadgil Though SWaCH has been taking efforts to raise awareness about proper disposal of sanitary waste since a long time Pai said the challenges lie in figuring out why is no response from people and apathy from the corporates SWaCH also released another short film last month which has already received more than a million views It features wastepickers’ children drawing attention to the need to wrap and mark with the red dot to keep their mothers safe Sharing how the organisation aims to reach more people Gadgil said “We plan to ensure all the newly-elected councilors endorse this system of sanitary waste disposal raise funds to ensure some billboards carry this information All our pushcarts will be painted with this message We have new pamphlets that need to be distributed” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 12 2014 12:14 am An editorial in CPM journal People’s Democracy says the people will determine the outcome of the election Related News Looking ahead An editorial in CPM journal People’s Democracy has focused on the Lok Sabha polls beginning April 7 saying that they will be the “world’s largest democratic exercise” It said that this election will have nearly a hundred million more voters than the last Lok Sabha election in 2009 making it a “gigantic exercise” for the country Sounding out a note of caution about the need to ensure free and fair polls the editorial says the adequate deployment of observors “must be implemented scrupulously in order to prevent the large-scale intimidation of voters like… in the recent local body elections in the state of West Bengal” It adds “Though strictly the local body elections do not fall within the mandate of the EC this experience should forewarn the EC to be extra vigilant Further measures need to be taken to ensure that the spread of terror during the campaign period does not prevent voters from turning up to exercise their fundamental right due to fear” Emphasising the importance of curbing the “increasing use of money power” it argues that this must be given “sufficient and special attention” “More stringent measures must be undertaken against tendencies like ‘paid news’ doctored opinion polls etc A level playing field must be provided for all” it adds It concludes the people will determine the outcome of the election “on the basis of who will provide them much-needed relief from the relentlessly growing economic burdens imposed on them” Elections and economy The CPI in its journal the New Age Weekly has also discussed the Lok Sabha polls saying that they come at a time when the economy is in the “doldrums” and there is widespread “hunger unemployment and sky-rocketing price rise” “This has happened due to the shameless pursuance of the policies of neo-liberalism by successive governments” it claims It adds that apart from trying to get a “more corporate subservient regime” the “secular democratic fabric” of the nation is also being attacked “In such a situation the coming electoral battle is for protecting the economic sovereignty of the country for alternative pro-people policies development whose gains are shared by all segments of the population for a regime that alters the disastrous economic course of neo-liberalism to which both the major bourgeois political parties — the BJP and Congress — are fully committed” it adds The editorial also argues that with regional parties asserting their strength the coalition era is here to stay “There is a need to mobilise political parties particularly the secular regional parties to project an alternative to both the Congress-led UPA and the BJP-led NDA This is the task that requires a strong Left Block in the next Lok Sabha [The] Left can and has to undertake this task to save the country from economic disaster and to protect secular democracy” it says Political alignments The CPI(ML)’s ML Update says that with Lok Sabha polls round the corner the country is witnesseing “feverish political realignments” and politicians switching sides at “dizzying speed” An editorial talks about Raj Thackeray’s support for the BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi and says that along with this and the Shiv Sena’s support “Maharashtra’s might have been added to Gujarat’s fuel power” and they are both “arenas of corporate assertion” It criticises the 11-party non-Congress non-BJP alternative saying that recent realignments are “revealing the hallowness and insincerity of the ‘Third Front’ being peddled by the CPI and CPI(M)” referring to the AIADMK’s decision of breaking off the alliance with the Left Front: “Clearly such a Front cobbled together with parties without the slightest consistency or secular-democratic principles cannot possibly offer any resistance to the BJP…” Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratik Kanjilal | Updated: October 22 2016 1:53 pm The future may not be quite as unexpected as the Planet of Apes but it’s going to be one wild ride nevertheless Top News Name: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow Author: Yuval Noah Harari Publisher: Harvill Secker Pages: 440 Price: Rs 799 The Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari burst upon the lay readership in September 2014 with Sapiens the story of the human race Lucidly told from the universal start line at the Big Bang 138 billion years ago it traced the human spoor from the Neander valley and the Denisova cave to the image of Charlie Chaplin caught in the teeth of industrial-scale gears in Modern Times Appearing in English two years later Harari’s second book tries to anticipate the titanic upheavals which lie ahead as humankind struggles to shuffle off the mortal coil of history and even of biology After staying on a flatline for millennia through the era of agriculture and the first cities the curve of human progress shot up rapidly through the industrial age to the silicon age What lies ahead is almost unimaginable and yet humankind has been dreaming of it for centuries perhaps even millennia and it has animated decades of speculative writing Indeed this book is an expanded version of the last few pages of Sapiens which closed with this observation: “Is there anything more dangerous than dissatisfied and irresponsible gods who don’t know what they want” The teleology of the human race — the ancient art of prophecy in philosophical garb — is a fascinating subject Since the uncaring universe of physics has replaced the anthropocentric universe of faith we are apprehensive rather than curious about what we shall become Even so we would like to know what to pack for the journey Homo Deus (‘man god’) tries to tell us and invites comparison with Future Shock Alvin Toffler’s 1970 bestseller which revealed that dislocation in time in a rapidly accelerating society is as disorienting as the spatial displacement which the refugee suffers Toffler drew heavily on mass media which reflected turmoil as the last wave of the industrial age swept away traditional realities like family and church Homo Deus looks at our postindustrial society where technological progress is so rapid that nature cannot keep up and the human race can only evolve through abstract constructs like culture and networks — and technology itself Readers of science fiction and speculative science know this territory which pushes the scope of humanity beyond the human envelope For instance while ageing research will obviously increase human lifespans far more than antibiotics did the cost is usually reflected in the social security burden which we are repeatedly warned will be staggering Think of the insurance industry editorialists gasp Harari’s focus is the social cost If 150 becomes the normal life expectancy can the institution of marriage possibly remain union for life How many of us can stay married to the same person for 120 years without dreaming of razor blades and ceiling fans Money matrimony and god are some of the many disposable and transposable “intersubjective realities” which human society is built on They exist only so far as we agree that they exist They provide the armature for a narrative which gives meaning to human existence The plot evolves according to prevalent fashions The animist world writes Harari was a hubbub of conversations between humans nature and the gods The agricultural revolution domesticated and silenced animals and plants Then the scientific revolution silenced the gods too “The world was now a one-man show Humankind stood alone on an empty stage talking to itself negotiating with no one and acquiring enormous powers without any obligations” Intersubjective realities evolve much faster than life War was legitimised by the conviction that martyrdom for god or totem was intrinsically good?the court was trying to articulate an equal opportunity conception of reservation rather than an equal representation conception of reservation. While addressing another election rally backing Akshay Yadav, Musharraf was quite popular among Indian intellectuals.

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