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close to the Delhi BJP chief Harsh Vardhan, Col Devinder Singh Shehrawat, US Secretary of State John Kerry highlighted crises in Nigeria, Noting that Norway is not a member of the European Union (EU), download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanishka Singh | Updated: November 6, N. 2017 10:12 pm Sourav Gangulywill head to London to attend MCC’s World Cricket committeemeeting at the Lord’s on July 3 and 4. Ganguly said that he would like to have Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan and Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar on the sets of his show Dadagiri.“I would like to see Amitabh Bachchan and Tendulkar on the sets of Dadagiri I will ask him if I happen to meet him” Ganguly said The MCC World Cricket committee last met in Mumbai on 6 and 7 December (Inputs from PTI) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Tewari | Published: February 18 2015 12:00 am Related News Discussing the Delhi assembly poll result the CPM’s People’s Democracy has claimed the Delhi electorate has “busted the myth of ‘Modi invincibility’” in a resounding manner “The hype of the RSS/BJP campaign with the pumping in of thousands of crores in its advertising campaigns alone projected that the people of Delhi will repose their faith in a ‘Modi government’… The election debacle has now forced the BJP leaders to say that the Delhi result is not a referendum on the Modi government at the Centre” an editorial states “The virtual sweep that the AAP recorded places on it a greater responsibility to deliver Given the limited status of Delhi statehood many of its promises face difficulties to be realised… The BJP government at the Centre will be like an impenetrable wall that cannot be breached given the current legal status of the Delhi assembly Only time will tell how the AAP government will be able to enlist the Central government’s cooperation on all these matters” it adds It holds that there was a “visibly strong Modi anti-incumbency sentiment” in Delhi which “relates to the virtual non-delivery on any of the high-sounding promises that the RSS/BJP made during the election campaign” The editorial states: “The ‘Modi magic’ seems to be waning a little too fast… Post parliamentary elections the development illusions are fast vanishing and the campaigns for ghar wapsi love jihad rewriting Indian history parading mythology as history etc have exposed their real agenda” It concludes: “The RSS/BJP’s call for a debate on secularism therefore is part of its… design to metamorphose the secular democratic Indian republic into a rabidly intolerant fascistic ‘Hindu Rashtra’… this must not be allowed” Race and violence The CPI(ML)’s ML Update argued that “the murder of three young Muslims in the US followed by the brutal violence by US police on an aged Indian man Sureshbhai Patel have once again shone the spotlight on deeply entrenched Islamophobia and racism in the US” “It would be a mistake to assume that the police behaviour against Sureshbhai Patel was an aberration The attack on Sureshbhai is part of a pattern of similar incidents involving police high-handedness and killings of black and Latino people in the US” it adds “At the same time our outrage over the prejudice and violence meted out to Sureshbhai Patel in the US must also serve to make us introspect about xenophobia and anti-black racism in India… Communal hatred and violence at the hands of Hindu majoritarian groups as well as by police against religious minorities in India has been systematic and state-sponsored” it points out BJP’s loss In an editorial the CPI’s New Age argues that the Delhi results are a “total rejection of what the Narendra Modi government has been doing” with the “residents of the national capital… bluntly [telling] the rulers that in the first nine months you have only delivered to corporate and foreign investors and did not bother to even remember all the tall promises you made on price rise black money and corruption” “Apart from the ‘achievements’ of the Modi sarkar another important plank of the BJP campaign was to hasten the process of communal polarisation… People are fed up with false promises… This is the time for the Left which has a clear vision of the economic situation” it opines For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece’s government submitted a bill to offer free food and electricity to thousands of poverty-stricken Greeks as its first legislative act in parliament in a symbolic move to address what it calls a "humanitarian crisis" Athens which got a four-month extension of a financial rescue from the euro zone last month has sought to assure its lenders that such measures will not burden the budget while showing Greeks that it is sticking to pre-election pledges "The deep recession due to austerity policies and the economic crisis in the past six years had a dramatic social impact" said the bill which was tabled late on Tuesday "This draft law aims at tackling the humanitarian crisis through measures which ensure access to basic goods" During a cabinet meeting last week Prime Minister Alexis Tsipas said that improving living conditions of those hurt by the crisis was the government’s "foremost duty" but reiterated Athens was still committed to a balanced budget The government’s first bill foresees the restoration of electricity connections in primary residences by the end of 2015 The long-term unemployed and families with young children will have priority About 300000 Greeks will get food vouchers A rent allowance of up to 220 euros a month for 30000 households is also included in the bill whose total cost is estimated by the government at about 200 million euros The government also wants to appoint a general secretary who will coordinate and supervise authorities fighting corruption Two more bills are expected to be tabled this week One is aimed at giving incentives to debtors to settle tax and pension fund arrears Athens hopes that will help offset a steep fall in tax revenues which has added pressure on the government Greece has received two EU/IMF bailouts totalling 240 billion euros since its worst debt crisis in decades broke out The austerity programme imposed as a condition of the bailout has left one in four people out of work The Syriza party was elected on Jan 25 on promises to end the belt-tightening that came with the bailouts by raising wages and pensions and reversing some unpopular reforms But with state revenues and liquidity in Greek banks dropping rapidly since the vote Athens was forced to request an extension to its EU/IMF loan agreement instead It got a four-months breather after a reform list which included cracking down on tax evasion was approved by its lenders Even so the government was forced to give way on some of its pledges Greece is not due to receive any financial aid until it specifies its planned reforms Despite rifts in the party because of the concessions it made polls show Syriza’s popularity rising An MRB survey published on Tuesday put its support at 413 percent But shut out of debt markets and with international lenders on hold Athens is scrambling to cover its funding needs this month "We know that March is a difficult month" said Gabriel Sakellaridis a government spokesman "All of our obligations will be repaid on time . in order not to have any problems with our lenders or at home" (Writing by Renee Maltezou; Additional reporting Angeliki Koutantou Editing by Deepa Babington Larry King) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Beijing: China on Monday said there is no change in its stance on admission of non-NPT states into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) marring India’s chances of entering the 48-member elite club at its crucial meeting next month China’s support is crucial for India as new membership in the NSG is guided by the consensus principle "China’s position on the non-NPT members’ participation in the NSG has not changed" Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told a media briefing She was responding to a question about the chances of India’s admission into the grouping during the next month’s plenary session expected to take place in the Swiss capital Bern File image of Chinese President Xi Jinping with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Reuters "We support the NSG group following the mandate of the 2016 Seoul plenary session and following building consensus as well as inter-governmental process is open and transparent to deal with the relevant issue in a two-step approach" Hua said After India applied for membership in the NSG Pakistan — the all-weather ally of China — also submitted its membership bid with Beijing’s backing While India is backed by the US and a number of western countries China maintained that new members should sign the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) India is not a signatory to the NPT India says it will not sign the NPT as it regards it discriminatory After a series of meetings between officials of India and China Beijing backed a two-step approach which stipulates that the NSG members first need to arrive at a set of principles for the admission ofnon-NPT states into the NSG and then move forward with the discussions on specific cases Analysts in Beijing say that with the bilateral discord between India and China increasing especially after India’s boycott of last week’s Belt and Road Forum (BRF) China’s stand on India’s admission into the NSG as well as on the UN listing of JeM leader Masood Azhar will be further hardened China’s Belt and Road (B and R) initiative is being opposed by India as it includes the $50 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which traverses through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir New Delhi: For the first time college and varsity students will have a say in the evaluation of teachers as the Smriti Irani-led HRD ministry has decided to bring fundamental changes in the way the performance of those in the teaching profession is assessed The process of changing the present criteria of Academic Performance Indicators (API) scores which relied heavily on co-curricular activities and research in the evaluation of teachers has been initiated and a notification will be issued soon officials said "As per the new norms students who have an attendance of 75 percent will be able to give feedback of their teachers The predominant weightage in evaluating teachers has been given to their teaching learning and evaluating capacity" a senior HRD ministry official said Explaining the reason for bringing this change the official said that under the previous criteria of API scores a 30 percent weightage was given to co-curricular activities and another 30 per cent to research Representative image Reuters Many teachers’ bodies have agitated against the API system which was introduced in 2010 as it was often perceived to be not fair "The result of making research an essential component on the basis of which a teacher would be assessed and promoted was that a lot of substandard in not very significant journals took place Moreover teachers who focused more on teaching than say on extracurricular activities like refereeing a basketball match sometimes found themselves at a disadvantage" another HRD official said In several colleges including many in rural areas the adequate support for research is not there officials said We have reduced the rigidity of the previous system and decided that co-curricular activities and research would be measured separately as well as together and there will be no capping in research Activities like presentation of paper on various subjects will also be given weightage "The main focus of the changes that we are bringing in this criteria is that a teacher’s performance should be linked with – how well does he teach" a senior HRD official said triggering a stampede that caused several casualties, Small protests in Oromiya province initially flared in 2014 over a development plan for the capital that would have expanded its boundaries.

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