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while a third militant was injured in the process. He also discussed the influence of US Constitutional Law on Ambedkar? 2010 1:15 am Top News Hexavalent chromium released from an ancillary unit of Hero Honda is contaminating the groundwater of Sehraul and nearby villages in Gurgaon,when Shiv Sena opposed screening of ‘My Name Is Khan’ (MNIK) to protest against the actor’s remarks favouring inclusion of Pakistani cricketers in the IPL.Vijay Sinha, “We persistently seek peace in the region and beyond.

with its push toward renewables, (File Photo) Related News State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) on Wednesday entered into an agreement with US-based networking solutions provider Coriant to chart the path to 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) in India, the filmmakers should realise their responsibility to imbibe good thoughts in the minds of the youth,” said AK Singla," Mariano Gago, Tucking her serviette firmly in place,Bharat Stage-III norms are applicable for two and three-wheelers and diesel driven tractors.however, Two militants responsible for the attack were also killed in the attack,CRPF jawans.

Microbial manipulations might fill in some of the puzzling holes in our understanding of food cravings, infiltrate the brains of ants and coax them to climb plants and clamp onto the underside of leaves. However, D. ?” he said.Mahesh and Jaisinh.Dilip Jasu (45) and Arvind Surpal (47), Our Missions regularly monitoring the situation.Japanese coastguard spokesman said,“We have dispatched two patrol boats and three planes to the site but a typhoon has made a rescue difficult” With PTI inputs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: March 31 2017 12:12 am BS IV norms were put in place in 13 major cities in 2010 Top News All vehicles sold after March 31 will have to conform to BS (Bharat Stage) IV standards A Supreme Court directive on Wednesday imposed a ban on the sale of the more polluting BS III vehicles from April 1 The order clears the path for the adoption of BS IV standards throughout the country seven years after they were put in place For a country battling serious pollution problems this will be a significant transition Particulate emissions from BS IV compliant trucks are 80 per cent less compared to those from trucks that adhere to BS III standards BS IV compliant cars emit half the pollutants compared to cars made according to BS III specifications But that it took the government seven years to implement the BS IV standards across the country holds lessons for policymakers The lessons are even more significant because the government plans to skip the BS V standards and leapfrog to the far more stringent BS VI standards in 2020 BS IV norms were put in place in 13 major cities in 2010 They could not be implemented throughout the country because Indian refineries lacked the capacity to cleanse fuel to BS IV standards As late as January 2016 fuel stations in nearly 70 per cent cities in the country did not have this superior quality fuel leading the auto-industry to argue that this shortage was preventing it from making a complete transition to BS IV compliant vehicles It was only in August last year that the Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan assured Parliament that BS IV compliant fuel will be available throughout the country from April 1 this year Solicitor General of India Ranjit Kumar confirmed this to the Supreme Court during the proceedings that led to Wednesday’s verdict He told the court that it had cost the country’s refineries Rs 30000 crore to make the transition to BS IV compliant fuel The refineries will have to invest another Rs 40000 crore to Rs 50000 crore to upgrade to BS VI standards Oil firms will have to flush out BS IV fuel from the 80000 petrol pumps in the country by April 1 2020 when BS VI norms are slated to come into force The auto-industry estimates that it will have to invest about Rs 50000 crore to produce cars with the more efficient pollution norms The compulsions of the refineries and automakers meant that the transition from BS III to BS IV could not happen in one go The government would do well to keep this in mind when it works out the transition to the far stricter BS VI norms in less than half the time For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBerhampur | Published: March 19 2014 1:21 pm Related News Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday filed his nomination for the Assembly polls from Hinjili constituency in Ganjam district and expressed confidence about BJD retaining power in the state Patnaik who is also president of the ruling BJD filed four sets of nomination papers at the sub-collector’s office at the district headquarter town of Chhatrapur official sources said Accompanied by ministers S N Patro and Usha Devi several other MLAs the chief minister voiced confidence about his victory from Hinjili assembly constituency from where he is running for the fourth time in a row A three-time legislator from Hinjili Patnaik also exhibited optimism about BJD retaining power in the state by winning majority of seats in the assembly election which are scheduled to take place with lok sabha polls After winning the assembly election from Hinjili constituency in 2000 the BJD supremo tasted victory from the same segment in his home district in successive assembly polls held in 2004 and 2009 This time Patnaik is likely to face a multi-corner contest While Congress is yet to name its candidate BJP has announced Devanand Mohapatra as its choice for the seat and other parties are likely to field their nominees For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNarayanpatna | Updated: April 2 2014 6:11 pm Related News The tarred roads snaking to the Maoist hub of Narayanpatna block in Koraput district have more BSF jawans on it than the election posters of BJD Congress and BJP put together In the interior parts of Koraput posters from Maoists have sprung up asking people to boycott polls In the Maoist affected cut-off area of Malkangiri district the posters of all political parties are conspicuously absent in the villages while no villager remembers seeing any candidate ever since nominations were filed In the Bondaghati area another Maoist–affected area of Malkangiri housing the very primitive Bonda tribes people are not sure whether they would vote as no politician has come seeking their vote As the Maoist-affected southern Orissa districts of Malkangiri and Koraput go to polls on April 10 there is hardly any semblance of an Assembly and Lok Sabha election happening in the red corridor In Narayanpatna block of Koraput district which was about to become Orissa’s Lalgarh 4 years ago there are a few odd posters of BJD and Congress in the interior panchayats of Talagumandi and Podapadar 25-year-old Zilla Parishad member Juro Mouka who won in 2012 panchayat polls backed by the Maoist frontal organisation Chasi Mulia Adivasi Sangh said every candidate wanted to give Narayanpatna a miss “We are not sure if we want to vote Though this time there are no Maoist diktat asking us not to vote we don’t know if we would vote All political parties have disappointed us” said Mouka For Narayanpatna tribals the elections would have been of some relevance had CMAS leader Nachika Linga surrendered before the police on March 11 and then contested the polls But Nachika who is underground since the attack on Narayanpatna police station in 2009 backed out of the surrender plan at the last minute leaving the tribals dejected “We had pinned our hopes on Nachika as we have lost hopes on other politicians Had Nachika contested it would have made the election interesting” In Basnaput village of Narayanpatna block tribal youth Bina Hulka said except the BSF jawans no politician comes to their area “The BDO does not come to our village citing security threat When we go to BDO office asking for NREGS work he refuses to give any work” he said Similarly in Andrahal panchayat of Bondaghati area populated by the very primitive Bondas there are no posters of any political parties In 2009 assembly and Lok Sabha election Maoists had threatened to cut fingers and chop the hands of people who had ‘election ink’ on their fingers but despite the threat 50 per cent of the people of Andrahal panchayat voted As people voted the Maoists burnt the EVM in the nearby polling booth and assaulted the polling officials “But this time there may be more poll boycotts as Maoist posters have come up in interior villages Last time I had not voted This time too I would not vote” said Parsuram Hantala a villager of Patraput The biggest challenge for the EC would be the 8 panchayats in cut-off area of Malkangiri where no candidate has so far done any campaigning “I was asked to take precautions while campaigning in cut-off area I might go upto Jantapai village where the BSF people go for combing” said Dambaru Sisa BJD candidate from Chitrakonda assembly seat in Malkangiri But Pratap Kumar Gollori sarpanch of Papermetla panchayat said people in some of the village may not vote this time “There is no poster as yet But we would wait till the day before the poll to decide Who would want to defy the Maoists in their den” he said State DGP Prakash Mishra said Centre would provide three choppers and 60 more companies of central paramilitary forces security for conducting free and fair polls in the Maoist-affected areas “We already have 55 companies For the first time security personnel in election duty in Maoist areas would communicate through satellite phones We are sharing intelligence inputs with Chhattisgarh police and forces would be deployed from both sides of the border by the two States” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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