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We have to assume that the electricity will NOT be available or will be available intermittently.good?it must be true The writer is chairman of Oxus Investmentsan emerging market advisory firm Visit thirdpartyofindiawordpresscom for an open forum on Indias politics For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: September 2 2016 12:04 am Top News A comprehensive bill envisaging far-reaching changes in the Constitution was introduced in Parliament Besides adding a new chapter enumerating fundamental duties of the citizens the Constitution (44th) Amendment Bill seeks to change the preamble restrict the jurisdiction of judiciary in several matters and extend the life of the Lok Sabha and state legislatures to six years from five years at present Provisions relating to the powers of the Supreme Court and high courts are also being amended The SC will have no jurisdiction to decide the constitutional validity of any state law in any proceedings under Article 32 unless the constitutional validity of any central law is also an issue in such proceedings The high courts shall have no jurisdiction in such cases New Preamble The Preamble is being changed to declare India as a “Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic” Law Minister HR Gokhale rejected the argument in Parliament that the basic features of the Constitution could not be changed The SC had not defined what the basic features were Similarly he argued that the Preamble could be changed Fundamental Duties The 10 fundamental duties proposed under the constitutional changes announced upon citizen to: Respect the Constitution the national flag and the national anthem; cherish the noble ideals of the freedom struggle; uphold and protect the sovereignty unity and integrity of India; defend the country and render national service when called; promote the common brotherhood of all the people of India; preserve the rich heritage of the nation’s composite culture; protect the natural environment and have compassion for living creatures; develop scientific temper humanism and spirit of inquiry and reform; safeguard public property and abjure violence; strive for excellence in all individual and collective activity For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 18 2017 5:18 pm Oppo has launched its A77 smartphone in Taiwan and is yet to confirm if it will see an India launch Related News Oppo A77 has been launched by the company in Taiwan The smartphone comes in two colour options – Gold and Rose Gold It is priced at $10990 Taiwanese dollar which is around Rs 24000 in India Pre-orders for Oppo A77 start May 19 while shipments will begin from May 26 The highlight of Oppo A77 is its 16MP front camera which comes with f/20 aperture Beautify 40 and background blur feature There’s 13MP rear camera with phase detection auto focus f/22 aperture and LED flash Oppo A77 has a metal unibody design with a front facing fingerprint scanner Oppo A77 gets a 55-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels The smartphone is powered by 15GHz Octa-core MediaTek MT6750T processor coupled with 4GB RAM 64GB ROM The internal storage is further expandable up to 128GB via a microSD card Oppo A77 is a 4G VoLTE-enabled smartphone that supports two nano SIM cards and a microSD card The battery is 3700mAh Oppo A77 runs Android 601 Marshmallow with ColorOS 30 UI skin on top Connectivity options include 4G Wi-Fi (80211 b/g/n) Bluetooth and GPS Oppo’s focus has lately been on selfie camera-focussed smartphones In India the Chinese smartphone maker has launched two devices with dual front camera setup – F3 and F3 Plus It is unclear if Oppo A77 will be unveiled in India Oppo is now the fifth largest smartphone vendor in India For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAllahabad: The Allahabad High Court has chastised the trial court judge for telling a "different story" propelled by "vitriolic" reasoning convicting dentist couple Nupur and Rajesh Talwar in the murders of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj in May 2008 Additional Sessions Judge Shyam Lal in Ghaziabad had sentenced the Talwars to life imprisonment on 28 November 2013 holding them guilty in the twin murder case Allowing the appeals of the Talwars against the CBI court order Justices BK Narayana and AK Mishra of the Allahabad High Court on Thursday acquitted the couple saying that neither the circumstances nor the evidence was enough to hold them guilty Representational image PTI In "absolute agreement" with Justice Narayana in giving the Talwars the benefit of doubt Justice Mishra said "The learned trial Judge has prejudged things in his own fashion drawn conclusion by embarking on erroneous analogy conjecturing to the brim on apparent facts telling a different story propelled by vitriolic reasoning" "Thus basing the finding of conviction without caring to see that it being a case based on circumstantial evidence things cannot be presumed and stuffed in a manner like the present one by adhering to self-created postulates then to roam inside the circle with all fanciful whim" he said Writing his own 10-page judgement in the 273-page verdict Justice Mishra said "The learned trial Judge took evidence and the circumstances of the case for granted and tried to solve it like a mathematical puzzle when one solves a given question and then takes something for granted in order to solve that puzzle and question" In strong remarks he said that the trial court could not act like a maths teacher who was solving a mathematical question by analogy after taking certain figure for granted "In all criminal trials analogies must be drawn and confined within the domain and realm of the evidence facts and circumstances on record and any analogy which brings facts circumstances and evidence so placed in certain domain outside the periphery of that domain then that would be a case of certain aberration deviating from the main path" the high court judge said Justice Mishra held "That way the learned trial Judge has aberrated and by dint of fallacious analogy and reasoning has surprisingly assumed fictional animation of the incident as to what actually took place inside and outside the Flat L-32 Jalvayu Vihar and in what manner he has tried to give live and colourful description of the incident in question" ".and the whole genesis of the offence was grounded on fact that both the deceased Hemraj and Aarushi were seen by Dr Rajesh Talwar in fla-grante and thereafter like a film director the trial Judge has tried to thrust coherence amongst facts inalienably scattered here and there but not giving any coherence to the idea as to what in fact happened" Justice Mishra said the additional sessions judge "forgot as to what is issue in hand He forgot to travel in and around theme of the charge framed by him against the appellants It is admitted position to both the sides that no one in fact knew as to what happened" He said it might be a guess work as to how and in what manner things happened but to base the entire reasoning solely on "guess work" and give concrete shape to such assumption and then to construe facts and circumstances of the case falling in line with the evidence on record appears to be a "futile attempt which attempt altogether acts like a paradox" "Certainly such recalcitrant mindset in interpreting facts vis-a-vis circumstances of the case and evaluation of evidence ought to have been shunned Consideration of merit should be based only on evidence and circumstances apparent on record crystallizing the truth in substance and alluding to certainity of decision backed up by reasonable analogy and scrutiny by the trial Judge as that alone would always be the best approach while deciding a criminal trial" he said Justice Mishra said it was apparent that the trial judge was "unmindful" of the basic tenets of law and its applicability to the given facts and circumstances of the case and "failed" to properly appraise facts and evaluate evidence and analyse various circumstances of this case "It can by no means be denied that the trial Judge perhaps out of extra zeal and enthusiasm and on the basis of self perception adopted partial and parochial approach in giving vent to his own emotional belief and conviction and thus tried to give concrete shape to his own imagination stripped of just evaluation of evidence and facts of this case" he said in his 10-page order Justice Mishra said while appreciating evidence vis-a-vis facts it was incumbent on the trial court to have angled things from a common platform and would not have deviated from that platform as and when the evidence took another turn "May be that the witnesses of fact testified one way and may be that the investigating officer conducted the investigation other way but unnecessarily coherence should not be brought in between the two incongruous objectives as that would be a fallacy which the trial Judge has committed in this case" he said "Pointer is that the trial Judge should evaluate evidence in its existing form should not tinge it with his passionate reasoning so as to give a different construction than the one which is naturally reflected and forthcoming Caution enjoins on the trial Judge that he should exercise self-restraint from deliberately twisting facts in arbitrary manner and should refrain from recording finding on strength of wrong premise by virulent and meandering reasoning" he said Justice Mishra said the entire judgement was on the whole creation of "fanciful reasoning with pick and choose presuming facts with indomitable obstinancy and taking things for granted thus basing conclusion on unfounded evidence "The trial Judge is supposed to be fair and transparent and should act as a man of ordinary prudence and he should not stretch his imagination to infinity rendering the whole exercise mockery of law" he said He remarked "Needless to say that in such sensitive cases the trial Judge should act with utmost circumspection and caution But certain norms should be kept in mind by the trial Judge while he is deciding any criminal case; (1) The parochial and narrow approach to the facts and evidence should be avoided and evidence of a particular case has to be read and construed on its face value in line with the statutory requirement" "(2) The passionate and rash reasoning should not be the guiding factor while scrutinizing evidence facts and circumstances of a criminal case "(3) The self-perception and realm should not be reflected on analogy of the facts and evidence on record "(4) The judgment should not be based on self-created postulates "(5) The imagination should not be given a concrete form and transparency of approach must be reflected in the judgment" he said Justice Mishra held it appeared that the trial court was "unaware" of the solemn duty cast by the law as the judge and dealt with the entire case "in style A finesse" Fourteen-year-old Aarushi was found dead inside her room in the Talwars’ Noida residence with her throat slit in May 2008 The suspicion initially fell on 45-year-old Hemraj who at the time was missing But his body was recovered from the terrace of the house a day later Click here to follow LIVE updates Srinagar:The Regional Met Office on Tuesday said rain and snowfall forecast in Jammu and Kashmir will help reduce the smog and pollution levels in Delhi and its adjoining areas Vehicles drive through heavy smog in Delhi Reuters Speaking to IANS Sonam Lotus director of the Met Department said "the balancing of weather system in the coming days in Jammu and Kashmir will definitely help in decreasing the pollution levels in Delhi and adjoining areas as the system is moving Westwards from the state "The smog and pollutant levels will drop in Delhi because of the wind speed generated by the gathering weather system in the state "We are expecting light to moderate rain in the plains and snowfall in the higher reaches beginning Tuesday afternoon "This will break the long dry spell that continued in the state for nearly three months" Due to the night-long cloud cover the night’s minimum temperature that had dropped below the freezing point on Monday rose to 29 degrees Celsius in Srinagar on Tuesday The maximum temperature was 182 degrees in Srinagar on Monday "The large gap between the minimum and maximum temperatures in the Valley will also narrow down in the coming days due to cloud cover" Lotus said The night’s lowest temperature in Jammu city was 144 on Tuesday while the maximum was 256 degrees Celsius on Monday Pahalgam recorded 08 degrees as the night’s lowest while Gulmarg recorded zero degrees as the lowest night temperature In the Jammu region Bannihal town recorded 36 Katra 119 and Bhaderwah 57 as the night’s minimum temperature Lotus said Written by PTI | London | Published: August 9 2013 2:08 pm Related News A new malaria vaccinewhich is being developed in the UShas shown promising results in early stage clinical trialsscientists say Researchers found that high doses of the vaccine protected 12 out of 15 patients from the disease The vaccine involves injecting live but weakened malaria-causing parasites directly into patients to trigger immunity “We were excited and thrilled by the resultbut it is important that we repeat itextend it and do it in larger numbers” said lead author Dr Robert Sederfrom the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Healthin Maryland Previous research has found that exposure to mosquitoes treated with radiation can protect against malaria But studies have shown that it takes more than 1000 bites from the insects over time to build up a high level of immunity A US biotech company called Sanaria took lab-grown mosquitoesirradiated them and then extracted the malaria-causing parasite (Plasmodium falciparum)all under the sterile conditions These living but weakened parasites are then counted and placed in vialswhere they can then be injected directly into a patient’s bloodstream This vaccine candidate is called PfSPZ To carry out the Phase-1 clinical trialthe researchers looked at a group of 57 volunteersnone of whom had had malaria before Of these40 received different doses of the vaccinewhile 17 did not They were then all exposed to the malaria-carrying mosquitoes’BBC News’ reported The researchers found that for the participants not given any vaccineand those given low dosesalmost all became infected with malaria Howeverfor the small group given the highest dosageonly three of the 15 patients became infected after exposure to malaria “Based on the historywe knew dose was important because you needed 1000 mosquito bites to get protection this validates that” Seder said “It allows us in future studies to increase the dose and alter the schedule of the vaccine to further optimise it The next critical questions will be whether the vaccine is durable over a long period of time and can the vaccine protect against other strains of malaria” he said The results were published in the journal Science For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWe seem to have fallen into a strange trap when it comes to pollution — taking cognisance of an event only when it becomes a problem so convoluted that we don’t know how to solve it anymore Delhi’s air quality didn’t deteriorate as an aftermath of one tangible event or because of one government’s rule The degeneration occurred over a long period of time because of neglect bad governance decisions over decades and most importantly lack of public awareness and opinion regarding the state of our immediate natural environment A similar event is unraveling in our midst pertaining to water This case revolves around the clusters of pharmaceutical companies operating from different parts of India The Patancheru-Bollaram area close to Hyderabad is one such cluster which accounts for almost a fifth of India’s total pharmaceuticals exports most of it is generic drugs The Chennai NGT has asked the Telangana state govt to ensure all rules are followed Image courtesy: Greentribunalgovin What makes India a formidable player in the pharma supply chain is its grip on the entire pharma spectrum — from supplying active pharma ingredients to intermediaries and finished products But manufacturing drugs is a hazardous industry which releases toxic waste Many studies have identified that untreated waste flowing out of manufacturing units in Patancheru has critically polluted the region’s ground and surface waters with some of the highest levels of pharmaceuticals ever detected in the environment While so far this was a problem only for villagers with agricultural lands in the area studies conducted by European universities have linked antimicrobial resistance (emergence of drug-resistant bacteria as a result of untreated waste in landfills and water bodies) to pharmaceutical waste thereby making the Patacheru problem a foreseeable and formidable global problem Earlier this month the NGT Chennai delivered a 370-page judgment in the matter of industrial pollution of pharma companies in a case that has been going on in courts for almost 30 years Unpacking the judgment yields strange results While the tribunal agreed that effluents from industries had adversely impacted the environment and human beings in the area it refused to apply the "polluter pays" principle and recommended further studies to establish links between antimicrobial resistance (as well as health hazards) and industrial pollution Until now all industries were sending untreated waste to a common effluent treatment plant (CETP) which was unable to treat the cocktail of effluents a problem prevalent in the textile industry in India as well On this point the NGT has thankfully ruled that every factory should treat its own waste before sending it to the CETP and that this should be monitored strictly by the state government However it has also said that industries will not be shut down as a punitive action and has given companies three months more to comply (in light of the fact that some companies have had more than 30 years to treat their waste)?” he would say. Before the 2005 verdict of Justice Sodhi, The official added that they are yet to calculate the total number of workers who have documents with multiple discrepancies, who is representing the petitioner in the Supreme Court.
I am not attacking any institution. If your deeds don’t command respect, It therefore stands to reason that any action for violation of the FCRA falls under the jurisdiction of the Home Ministry. the world has seen unprecedented progress in child survival, Harry Kane scored two goals for the second straight league game as Spurs beat Bournemouth 3-0 to stay five points adrift of Leicester. one that she likes to call, "We analysed the player and we said to the player that we believed it was better to play another player, setting the stage for another round of confrontation with the a apex court.district backward class welfare officer as well as district handicapped welfare officer,but Indian courts often enter the political thicket to question the judgment of legislators.
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as the Italians call it), Finland. not only on him but on the team. said England had plenty of leaders in the side irrespective of who wore the armband.