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Top News The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday ordered the chief of the state Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) to retire after a screening committee found fault with his integrity Dr Shyam Bihari Upadhyay the now-retired chief was suspended in September for different charges including submitting a report to the government that wrongly assessed a powder found under an MLA seat in the Assembly in July as the explosive PETN (Pentaerthritol Tetranitrate) A Hyderabad-based central laboratory confirmed it to be the non-explosive quartz “Giving incorrect information on the powder recovered from the UP Assembly was one of the reasons for giving compulsory retirement to Dr Upadhyay” said principal secretary (home) Arvind Kumar who headed the screening committee “There were other allegations also including that of financial embezzlement Dr Upadhyay was twice chargesheeted by Bihar police in different cases He also faced allegation of changing forensic report in exchange of money The screening committee found Dr Upadhyay’s integrity doubtful and not fit for the services” Since his suspension Dr Upadhyay was attached with the office of Director General Vigilance Establishment office and an inquiry ordered against him Kumar said that with his compulsory retirement all proceedings against him will be stopped A native of Buxar in Bihar Dr Upadhyay had joined Forensic Science Laboratory Patna in 2008 He was the acting director there till he joined FSL Lucknow in October 2010 as director He also headed the FSL units in Agra and Ghaziabad Meanwhile the government also ordered the retirement of FSL Lucknow’s scientific officer “The committee also found FSL Lucknow scientific officer Raghvendra Yadav fit for compulsory retirement on grounds of him getting four adverse entries There are a few other officials on whose decision for compulsory retirement has to be taken They would be monitored for around one to two years and then if needed action would be taken” said Kumar For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers Increased buyer interest in green building is helping to make it a more important part of the housing market according to a new report by McGraw Hill Construction The number of builders of single-family homes who said that more than 90% of their projects are green grew from 12% in a 2011 to 19% this year and is projected to rise to 38% by 2018 The percentage of builders who said less than 16% of their projects were green shrank proportionally from 63% in 2011 to 38% in the most recent study That number should fall to 16% by 2018 “These findings demonstrate that among home builders and increasingly among single family remodelers green is becoming the standard way to build” the report says “This wider adoption of green may help push the single family home market to become even greener in the future with homes increasingly needing to be green to be competitive” By 2016 the report continues green single-family homes will represent between one-quarter and one-third of the market “translating to a $80 billion to $101 billion opportunity based on current forecasts” In multifamily building the number of builders making more than 90% of their projects green was much lower than on the single-family side remaining at a flat 6% between 2011 and 2013 and projected to grow to an estimated 18% by 2018 Those making less than 16% of their projects green dropped from 69% in 2011 to 46% in 2013 That was expected to decline to 21% by next year The authors of the report conclude that while more multifamily builders are becoming experienced with green practices they are not choosing to specialize in it The report is based on an online survey of 116 single-family home builders developers and remodelers along with 38 multifamily builders developers and remodelers The survey was conducted over a four-month period from December 2013 to March 2014 A “green” home was defined as “one that incorporates environmentally sensitive site planning; resource efficiency; energy and water efficiency; improved indoor air quality; and homeowner education or projects that would comply with the ICC 700 National Green Building Standard or other credible rating system” A variety of factors aiding the move to green Builders and developers said the three most important factors in their adoption of green-building strategies were increasing energy costs changes in codes and regulations and wider availability and lower prices for green-building products Builders also found that more buyers were willing to pay higher prices for a green home in 2013 than in 2011 The percentage of single-family builders who said customers would pay more grew from 61% in 2011 to 73% in 2013 On the remodeling side that grew from 66% to 79% The number of builders incorporating renewable-energy systems into their projects also is on the rise In 2013 8% of builders surveyed said they included renewables on all of the projects; this is expected to grow to 20% by 2016 The proportion of builders offering renewables as an option was 34% in 2013 but expected to increase to 40% by 2016 One source of frustration for both homeowners and builders has been that green features aren’t always recognized by real-estate appraisers or lenders and that may be slow to change The report says appraisers now have better tools at their disposal but it adds that a relatively small number of multiple listing services–185 of the country’s nearly 850 total–provide fields where information about green-building features can be added One Florida banker was quoted as saying that many appraisers show limited interest in making green features part of their reports There are many other details available in the 64-page report which can be downloaded for free If you don’t already have an account with McGraw Hill you’ll have to create one to get access to the report Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Srinagar | Published: February 13 2014 4:54 pm The former minister expressed hope of getting justice from the court saying he will cooperate with the police (AP) Related News A day after he was asked by J-K high court to appear before police former state minister Shabir Ahmad Khan who has been evading arrest in a sexual assault case today came out of hiding claiming innocence and said the charge was aimed at spoiling his political career “These allegations are false and aimed at spoiling my political image and career I am innocent…101 per cent innocent” the Congress legislator who had to quit from the Omar Abdullah government in the wake of the allegations said The former minister expressed hope of getting justice from the court saying he will cooperate with the police “I am here to give my statement to the investigating team on the directions of the court I will fully cooperate with them I am hopeful of getting justice from the court” he said Asked as to why he went into a “hiding” after submitting his resignation last week Khan against whom an arrest warrant was issued on Monday said he was not hiding and as a citizen had the the right to approach courts “I was in touch with the media I have been talking to some media persons and have also issued a statement As a citizen I have a right to go to court to prove my innocence And God willing I will be proved innocent” he said Khan said he resigned from the council of ministers on the party’s advice” and to enable a “free and fair probe” into the matter The MLA against whom a doctor had registered a complaint of sexual harassment on February 6 on Wednesday was directed by Jammu and Kashmir High Court to present himself before police The court also issued directions to investigating officer to release Khan on personal bond in case the politician was arrested For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Published: January 14 2014 9:40 pm The leopard population is already under threat due to the thriving illegal trade of skins and body parts Picture for representation Related News The forest officials of Panvel subdivision have recently arrested nine persons who were caught trying to sell a leopard skin near Matheran hill station Krishna Allurkar Assistant Conservator of Forests Panvel told The Indian Express that following a tip-off a decoy was sent to bargain the price of the leopard skin A raid was then conducted on December 27 at Daand Phata on the Panvel-Pune stretch of NH 4 where two persons were caught trying to sell the poached leopard’s skin for Rs 15 lakh Their arrest led the team to other accused “Our investigation found that the poachers mainly from Khalapur teshil in Raigad district sprayed pesticide Endosulfan on a goat that was used as a bait to trap the leopard” said Allurkar They killed one adult female and two cub leopards by poisoning them he added However the poachers were able to skin only one leopard as the other two were destroyed due to the poisoning The forest officials also seized nails of the leopard two motorbikes and four mobile phones from the nine — Satish Ware (22) Ravi Bengad (23) Lahu Bengad (24) Anant Daroda (22) Deepak Doiphode (32) Bharat Karande (33) Bharat Choudhary (30) Hari Hindode and Bhima Veer They are now in magisterial custody The leopard population is already under threat due to the thriving illegal trade of skins and body parts The Wildlife Protection Society of India has estimated that at least 3189 leopards have been killed since 1994 and that for every tiger skin there are at least seven leopard skins in the haul Allurkar said the leopard the scientific name of which is Panthera pardus is a sub-species classified as ‘near threatened’ by the International Union for Conservation of Nature since 2008 The species may soon qualify for ‘vulnerable’ status due to habitat loss and heavy poaching for illegal trade of skins and body parts in Asia “They are becoming increasingly rare” said Allurkar Wildlife habitat assessment from Jan 16 The once-in-four-years exercise to assess the wildlife habitat across the country will get under way from January 16 – 23 Sunil Limaye Chief Conservator of Forests Pune told The Indian Express that while each and every animal would not be counted like in a census this exercise would monitor the predator co-predator and herbivorous and wild animal population across the country Four years ago there was a presence of 360 tigers in the central India landscape that includes high profile reserves such as Bandhavgarh Kanha Pench and Tadoba-Andhari In Maharashtra the number was 103 in 2006 and 169 in 2010 “We expect the number to be around 200 now” said Limaye Wildlife experts admit that due to rampant poaching the actual number is hard to estimate For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News during a press preview, and was first announced in July 2016. it’s imperative to 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The vultures are vulnerable to the deadly diseases and are in danger, he stresses He was the first to spot the rare vultures and spearheaded the movement to protect them He alleged there were no guidelines to keep a record of the birds and everything was being worked out on the basis of guess work Environmentalists say if adequate measures were not taken on timethe birds might perish forever They rue that while on the one hand the vultures white-backedslender-billed and long-bille which figure in Schedule-1 of Wildlife Protection Act1972were being bred in captivity at Pinjore in Harayana by the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)there presence here seems no ones concern The vultureswhich once ruled the skies in IndiaPakistanNepal and Bangladesh had been mysteriously dying in flocksleading to an intensive research by Indian and foreign scientists who concluded that indiscriminate use of Diclofenac on cattle was the reasons behind the birds dying The carcasses are tested by veterinaries and we will soon have the kit to test if the carcasses are Diclofenac free?” Referring to the comments by the US on the incidents of cow vigilantism, download Indian Express App More Related NewsSign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding, Alam then raised the slogan.
Let them return to their villages and live comfortably, We have no problem.”The first phase was well, The other ten districts are Hyderabad, 2, the city diagram is also very clear — a grid organised in a crescent with a navigable layout.received a jolt on Wednesday after the Allahabad High Court rejected his criminal writ petition seeking a stay on his arrest and quashing of an FIR filed against him for allegedly making inflammatory speeches with communal overtones in Pilibhit earlier this month.the suggestion for performing yagyas during the drought?is followed by the western nation.Referring to the work being done by the government led byPrime Minister Narendra Modi he said “only a person with achest of 56 inches can lead India to the path of development” The UN has ushered in the ambitious 2030 SustainableDevelopment Goals with an aim of ending poverty hunger andassure gender equally while building a life of dignity for allover the next 15 years SDG includes 17 goals and 169 targets? ?
Written by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Updated: April 16 MoS for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, The JD(U) strongman from Mokama is under the scanner over the kidnapping and murder of a Yadav youth in Barh — 20-year-old Putus Yadav. Time to remind the ministry of labour. Unfortunately people at the bottom are 85 per cent of the numbers and greatly distort the labour market because Class 3 and 4 employees get paid more than 200 per cent of their private sector counterparts for the same job not including low performance accountability and high job security. of which Boner became co-director. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: June 16, As things unfold.
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