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which were disposed of in a forest nearby. 2017 3:09 am University of Mumbai (File photo) Related News ELECTIONS FOR the appointment of governing bodies of the University of Mumbai will be delayed and could be held as late as February next year, Initially, There are no criminal cases during his period as president. Rs 100 crore was loaded and brought to Ranchi, applicant was present and in the said meeting,we now demand a CBI inquiry, said Sameer Saggarson of Deepak Rai Saggar Narco test on missing dealers son soughtThe hearing to get the narco test of Sameer Saggarson of missing property dealer Deepak Rai Saggarwill come up for hearing on March 2 We are all set to provide an affidavit to the Punjab and Haryana high court asking for getting the narco test of Sameer Saggar done For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by CHHAVI BHATIA | Chandigarh | Published: March 13 2010 1:14 am Related News After kinnowPunjab may be in for a banana revolution soon The Biotechnology Park in Lucknow has generated G-9a new variety of the fruitwhich will soon find its way into the state This was shared by Professor P K Sethchief executive officer of the parkwhile on his visit to the city He was one of the main resource persons at the international symposium on mutagens and genetic diversity for healthy and agriculture at Panjab University held on Friday Scientists at the park have been working on the new variety for a long time and the first crop of the fruit was sold in Uttar Pradesh last year Elaborating on the new varietySeth said the park has already supplied around 30 lakh tonne saplings in the state but there is still a wide gap between the demand and supply We need around 45 lakh tonne saplings for the state We have received queries from farmers in Punjab which means that there would be an additional increase in our produce?

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2016 7:15 pm Archive photo of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Top News A UK-based website set up to chart the last days of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has released a new set of documents to dismiss claims that he may have been spotted in China years after his death in a plane crash.Diwali 2016: Importance, His family has alleged that Haji Aas Mohammed (75) was shoved into a Tavera and taken to Noida, Like all rickshaw-pullers in the city, 2013 9:54 pm Related News A Ranchi youth was today arrested after he allegedly posted an objectionable photo of a girl he knew in the Facebook,if he requires. The Bench also directed the Ministry to forward Kumars RTI request to the other establishments covered by the MEA with a request that they too can provide information to him directly by November 15 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Catherine Rhea Roy | Published: October 6 2016 12:00 am DIFF founders Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin Top News Since 2012 the Dharamashala International Film Festival (DIFF) has marked its presence on the landscape of the Siamese towns of Dharamshala and McLeod Ganj Started by Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam film directors and founders of the White Crane Arts & Media it has brought international films to a town that has all of one cinema hall The festival returns in November What was the turning point for DIFF Ritu: It was two years ago in 2014 when we noticed that the audience at the festival had increased significantly There were a lot of people coming in from across the country people who had planned their holiday around the festival and that was probably the moment we knew that this was becoming something important With the growing demands of DIFF do you also find time to be filmmakers Ritu: We really struggle Last year we had an art show at Khoj and now we’re working on a video installation for the Biennale Contour in Belgium Tenzing: We’re also trying to get a new feature film off the ground one we’ve been working on for three years now It’s call The Sweet Requiem and traces the journey of a young woman who lives in Delhi She escaped from Tibet as a child and it’s about the consequences of her escape We are hoping to start shooting sometime between this year and next What’s the upside and downside of planning a film festival in Dharamshala Ritu: It’s mostly an upside It’s a beautiful place it’s our home and filmmakers love to come to Dharamshala The downside is that it is a small town with limited infrastructure and we had to create two cinema halls How have the locals responded Ritu: It’s been very positive We’re moving people towards a culture of watching and appreciating cinema we also do a lot of work with schools and the community of opening up the arts to them Tenzing: The local authorities have been very supportive from the beginning they see it as their festival and that’s nice What’s the curation process like Tenzing: As soon as one festival ends we begin work on the next We have no specific criteria genre or theme that governs these decisions we just want to bring good independent cinema Over the years we have reached out to filmmakers distributors and producers and films on social issues migration identity and gender are subjects that we’re drawn to Which films are you looking forward to this year Ritu: We love them all but if I had to choose one I’d say a documentary by Laurie Andersen called Heart of a Dog it’s just an exceptional film Tenzing: We have a great selection of drama from Asia this year and Apprentice by Boo Junfeng is just an extraordinary film and the filmmaker will be present Lathe Joshi by Magesh Joshi is a film to look out for What’s new this year Ritu: Besides a change in venue from the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts to the Tibetan Children’s Village School and a video installation that has been included the format remains more or less the same DIFF will be held from November 3 to 6 For tickets visit Bookmyshowcom andfor details: diffcoin For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pragya Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: September 7 2017 4:43 pm Children stand underneath a chalk mark showing the global average height for an eight-year-old at a primary school in Karnataka India Photo: WaterAid/ Ronny Sen Related News Why are so many Indian children short for their age Despite significant efforts by the government to get food to children through various initiatives India is home to a staggering 48 million children suffering from stunted growth which affects their physical development as well as cognitive and emotional development Stunting a major manifestation of undernutrition where children are short for their age results from severe and persistent undernutrition While the lack of nutritious food contributes to undernutrition the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that half of all undernutrition is associated with diarrhoea and infections resulting from inadequate access to clean drinking water decent toilets and good hygiene This National Nutrition Week WaterAid takes a look at few facts to understand the story of India’s stunted growth *India the world’s second most populous nation has the greatest number of children in the world who are stunted Undral Doddi Raichur Karnataka; Photo: WaterAid/ Ronny Sen * Globally 159 million children under the age of five are stunted— one in four children of this age As per WaterAid’s Caught Short report Nigeria and Pakistan rank second and third with 103 and 98 million children stunted respectively School children find it difficult to stay awake in a class at Manaotanonkafa School that is supported by Water Aid in Antsirabe Madagascar Tuesday April 19 2016 WaterAid has been working in the school and community for more than three years There are 168 children that attend the school and 32 children are suffering from malnutrition; Photo: WaterAid/ Kate Holt * Stunting is a lifelong consequence of malnutrition that occurs in the first two years of a child’s life and is largely irreversible after that age It is defined as children having low height for age and indicates that children haven’t developed as they should physically or cognitively Government Higher Primary School Area Name – Ooti Raichur Karnataka;Photo: WaterAid/ Ronny Sen * Malnutrition is not just caused by a lack of food but the lack of access to a decent toilet clean water and good hygiene practices play a major role too as repeated bouts of diarrhoea are often caused by dirty water and unhygienic environments and are directly linked to malnutrition Government Higher Primary School Area Name – Ooti Raichur Karnataka;Photo: WaterAid/ Ronny Sen * Currently 12 per cent of the population in India do not have access to clean water and 56 per cent do not have a decent toilet Undral Doddi Raichur Karnataka;Photo: WaterAid/ Ronny Sen * 54 per cent of international variation in children’s height can be linked to open defecation which spreads deadly diseases and makes children more susceptible to diarrhoeal illness and infection Over 60000 children under five in India die each year of diarrhoeal diseases related to the lack of decent toilets clean water and good hygiene A child in Kubri Village Chitrakoot Uttar Pradesh? engaging the author in conversation, Rs 23. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: November 30, download Indian Express App More Related News

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