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its scientists published fewer papers with co-authors in other countries. For all the latest India News, Is any newspaper without an ideology? the African Immersion Experience since it started in 2007. we decided to forego sightseeing tourism to paint the interior for our new-found friends. While in Lesotho we were delighted to meet up with a Clongownian from last year Ronan McCoy who was so moved by his Immersion Experience two years ago that he decided to spend his Gap-year teaching in a school and the orphanage Some of last year’s group have similar projects to go back to this lovely country and their marvellous people Having been fortunate to be on the trip on both the last two years may I suggest that the perhaps the best assessment of the success of the African Immersion Experience can be conveyed by the following extracts from some of the reflections of the 2008 participants [for we have not yet had our post-trip reflection gathering for this year]: I felt connected and involved with the world I always felt I wanted to do something on the cutting edge This made me feel alive I really felt that I was doing something that made a difference to people I felt that I was involved in something much bigger than myself It was a special opportunity and I was lucky to get it It was more about giving of yourself without thinking of yourself …… there was no “what do I get out of it” – it just wasn’t an issue In Lesotho we met the happiest people in the world – wealthy beyond our wildest dreams although not materially for on the outside they had nothing yet on the inside they were the most spiritually rich people we had ever met Their way of life has influenced me to depend on different things friendship love and family rather than on the materialistic things I was used to ………I hope that my experience in Lesotho will help me in the future in choosing the right path to take in life I had an unbelievable time in Lesotho I found the people there incredible They enjoyed life for what it is and not what they would like it to be They taught me to appreciate the smaller things in life I just feel that I have learned so much from the people of Lesotho Maybe without realizing it I have changed as a person already because of my experiences Following on them we too planted a seed – we hope that others will follow suit and in making the world a better place will be similarly enriched themselves SBI branch, “In spite of the immense progress in technology and despite their command of considerable financial resources, Up to 200GB data can be acculumated to carry forward. Louis. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: July 9.
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The saffron party’s likely partners in the state include Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s bete noire Pyari Mohan Mohapatra’s Odisha Jana Morcha and former Congressman Soumya Ranjan Patnaik’s Ama Odisha Though the state BJP leaders had initially rebuffed Mohapatra’s offer for a “grand” alliance last week serious discussions started Monday after Arun Jaitley held closed door one-on-one meetings with some party leaders at a city hotel Among them were formerBJP MP Kharavela Swain who had floated Utkal Bharat after losing in the 2009 polls Former Union minister Braja Kishore Tripathy who floated Samata Kranti Dal is also scheduled to meet the senior BJP leader for a tie-up For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Published: November 20 2016 3:14 am File photo of Nalini Sriharan who is serving life imprisonment in connection with the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case (PTI Photo) Top News When Nalini Sriharan one of the convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case who has completed 25 years in prison releases her autobiography on November 24 in Chennai it would be another addition to half-a-dozen books released on the former PM’s assassination Unlike the others Nalini’s book may be crucial for the fact that it reportedly contains accounts of alleged torture by police officers at Malligai then office of the probe team where most accused in the case were interrogated for several weeks Two chapters of the book are reportedly dedicated to Nalini’s secret meeting with Priyanka Gandhi Authored in Tamil the 600-page book will have 100 pages with forewords by leading Tamil politicians including Vaiko Thol Thirumavalavan and Seeman Nalini’s lawyer Pugazhenthi told The Indian Express that Nalini has tried to put together in the book an entire life starting from her childhood teenage years her meeting with Murugan — her husband and a Sri Lankan national— circumstances that made her part of a team led by Sivarasan her life until the arrest after the assassination arrest birth of her daughter in prison conviction and her 25-year-long incarceration “The chapter on her meeting with Priyanka Gandhi daughter of Rajiv Gandhi is crucial The secret meeting with Priyanka was a tense moment as she was agitated to see her father’s assassin and kept asking Nalini why he was killed Nalini told Priyanka that she neither had a role in the conspiracy nor did she know about the murder plan” he said adding that it was a “highly turbulent event” for Nalini to meet Rajiv Gandhi’s daughter Pugazhenthi said Nalini had been working on the book for more than a year Whenever her health deteriorated Pugazhenthi sat with her in the visitors’ room of the prison and helped her out “I listened to her stories and wrote them down later Then I would take the manuscripts and she would make corrections This has been going on for a long time” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: March 27 2017 5:17 am This protest would draw the attention of all strata of masses while Parliament is in progress and the farmers’ unions would not allow police to prevent them from holding protest (File Photo) Top News PUNJAB FARMERS under the banner of Bharti Kissan Union Ekta (Dakaunda) Azaad Kissan Sangharsh Committee and Krantikari Kissan Union Punjab will hold a protest march outside Parliament in New Delhi on March 30 to expose the anti-farmer policies of the Union government They said a large number of womenfolk would also take part The farmers’ organisations have been demanding that all kinds of moneylenders commission agents cooperative and bank loans and debts should be waived and the Swaminathan Committee report should be implemented in toto for suitable remuneration of all crops Crops like Basmati rice potatoes vegetables and fruits should also be included in the Price Commission’s purview for fixing of rates and the government should ensure their procurement through state agencies This protest would draw the attention of all strata of masses while Parliament is in progress and the farmers’ unions would not allow police to prevent them from holding protest BKU Ekta (Dakaunda) state president Buta Singh Burjgill state general secretary Jagmohan Singh Patiala and senior vice-president Manjeet Singh Dhaner have confirmed that they have organised meetings and rallies at most of the villages in Patiala Barnala Sangrur Bathinda Fatehgarh Sahib Faridkot Ludhiana and Ferozepur and the cotton belt of Malwa “The farmers are disappointed over the import of those grain that the country already has sufficient stocks of and will force the government to shun the import of those commodities where the scope of bumper production lies in India” said Jagmohan For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bengaluru | Published: October 9 2017 7:19 pm The petroleum dealers said that the recent amendment in Marketing Discipline Guidelines (MDG) to penalise dealers up to Rs 2 lakh is arbitrary and unjustified Top News The United Petroleum Front (UPF) on Monday announced a 24-hour closure of outlets by petroleum dealers nationwide from October 12 midnight to press the government on their demands including rectification of trade anomalies The UPF has said that if the government does not relent it would go for an indefinite closure of purchase and sale from October 27 till the trade anomalies are resolved Speaking to reporters the president of All Karnataka Front of Petroleum Traders B R Ravindranath said Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) are not keen on resolving the issues and demands which they had earlier agreed on November4 last year “OMCs had agreed to resolve issues pertaining to revision on return of investment revision of dealer marginevery six months revised manpower requirementfresh study on petroleum product handling losses product transportationissues and ethanol blending without proper equipment Sadly noneof them have been addressed” said Ravindranath The petroleum dealers said that the recent amendment in Marketing Discipline Guidelines (MDG) to penalise dealers up to Rs 2 lakh is arbitrary and unjustified He wasalso critical about the zero tolerance policy saying that manufacturers of the equipment themselves do not guarantee a‘zero tolerance’ behaviour of their equipment Ravindranath demanded that the daily price mechanism and the proposed ‘home delivery’ be reconsidered as it has not benefited the traders He said the UPF also demands implementation of the Goods and Services Tax on petroleum products “GST must be implemented on petroleum products sothat ‘one nation one rate’ can be fulfilled to benefit consumers” said Ravindranath For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsnot the first time that the department is facing such allegations from the teaching fraternity.
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Written by Pranav Kulkarni | Pune | Published: March 29.