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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | Delhi | Published: November 11 2013 3:35 am Related News Going all out to encourage greater voter turnout on December 4the Northwest election district office has thought out a new initiative A 1111 am on November 1111 lakh voters from the district will be asked to take a pledge to cast their votes For the initiativeadopted by district election offices under the Systematic Voters Education for Electoral Participation (SVEEP)the Northwest district office has joined hands with market associationsresidents welfare associationsschoolcolleges and other institutes While there are nearly 17 lakh voters in our districtwe decided to start with 11 lakh on November 11at 1111 am? additional district magistrate (northwest) S S Parihar said We have tied up with over 550 schools and colleges in our district The pledge will first be taken by teachers and principals of schools They will ensure that students in their institutes also take the pledge at the designated time The students willin turnask their parents to take the pledge This is our way to improve the voter turnout in our area? Parihar said Simultaneouslyrallies will be held to reach the target and ensure that all 11 lakh voters take the pledgeParihar said We had conducted a survey of eight Assembly constituencies to see which one constituency had the lowest voter turnout Badli and Bawana were found to have low turnout We have been giving special importance to these constituencies during SVEEP? Parihar said He added that the remaining voters of the district will be asked to take the pledge before polling day Other districts have also been trying to improve voter turnout by organising marathons and painting exhibitionsamong other activities The central district had organised a marathon on Saturdaywhich saw participation from 100 Chinese youth delegates who were part of an international exchange programme between India and China Several centenarians also took part in the marathon Meanwhilein Bijwasanthe southwest district office organised a painting exhibition Another initiative under SVEEPthe event was inaugurated by the oldest registered voter in the constituency 102-year-old Ram Adar Shukla According to Delhi Election Commissionan internal survey of the previous election results has shown poor turnout by the youthwomen and migrants on day of voting To improve the situation we began with SVEEP according to directions issued by the Election Commission of India Under SVEEPspecial events are organised in schools and colleges to improve youth participation during voting? Special Chief Electoral Officer Shurbir Singh said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSeoul: Seoul and Beijing on Tuesday agreed to move beyond a year-long stand-off over the deployment of a US anti-missile system in South Korea a dispute that has been devastating to South Korean businesses that rely on Chinese consumers The unexpected detente comes just days before US President Donald Trump begins a trip to Asia where the North Korean nuclear crisis will take center stage and helped propel South Korean stocks to a record high The installation of the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system had angered China with South Korea’s tourism cosmetics and entertainment industries bearing the brunt of a Chinese backlash although Beijing has never specifically linked that to the THAAD deployment Beijing worries the THAAD system’s powerful radar can penetrate into Chinese territory “Both sides shared the view that the strengthening of exchange and cooperation between Korea and China serves their common interests and agreed to expeditiously bring exchange and cooperation in all areas back on a normal development track” South Korea’s foreign ministry said in a statement Before the THAAD dispute bilateral relations flourished despite Beijing’s historic alliance with North Korea and Seoul’s close ties with Washington which includes hosting 28500 US troops China is South Korea’s biggest trading partner “At this critical moment all stakeholders should be working together to address the North Korea nuclear challenge instead of creating problems for others” said Wang Dong associate professor of international studies at China’s Peking University “This sends a very positive signal that Beijing and Seoul are determined to improve their relations” As part of the agreement South Korean President Moon Jae-in will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the summit of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries in Vietnam on 10-11 November South Korea recognized China’s concerns over THAAD and made it clear the deployment was not aimed at any third country and did not harm China’s strategic security interests China’s foreign ministry said File image of air missile defence system Reuters China reiterated its opposition to the deployment of THAAD but noted South Korea’s position and hoped South Korea could appropriately handle the issue it added “China’s position on the THAAD issue is clear consistent and has not changed” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a daily briefing in Beijing Retail relief The thaw is a big relief for South Korean tourism and retail firms as well as K-pop stars and makers of films and soap operas which had found themselves unofficially unwelcome in China over the past year In South Korea a halving of inbound Chinese tourists in the first nine months of the year cost the economy $65 billion in lost revenue based on the average spending of Chinese visitors in 2016 data from the Korea Tourism Organization shows The spat knocked about 04 percentage points off this year’s expected economic growth according to the Bank of Korea which now forecasts an expansion of 3 percent The sprawling Lotte Group which provided the land where the THAAD battery was installed and is a major operator of hotels and duty free stores has been hardest hit It faces a costly overhaul and is expected to sell its Chinese hypermarket stores for a fraction of what it invested A spokesman for holding company Lotte Corp expressed hope that South Korean firms’ activity in China would improve following the announcement An official at Seoul’s presidential Blue House who declined to be named given the sensitivity of the matter said improvements for South Korean companies would come slowly Shares in South Korean tourism and retail companies rallied nonetheless with Asiana Airlines gaining 36 percent and Lotte Shopping up 714 percent The benchmark Kospi index hit a record for a third straight day gaining 09 percent China has grown increasingly angry with North Korea’s ongoing pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in defiance of United Nations sanctions even as it chafes at US pressure to rein in its isolated ally North Korea tensions The recent deterioration in ties between China and North Korea may have contributed to Tuesday’s agreement the Blue House official said Pyongyang has undertaken an unprecedented missile testing program in recent months as well as its biggest nuclear test yet in early September as it seeks to develop a powerful nuclear weapon capable of reaching the United States The head of NATO on Tuesday urged all United Nations members to fully and transparently implement sanctions against North Korea “North Korea’s ballistic and nuclear tests are an affront to the United Nations Security Council” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in Tokyo where he met Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Separately a South Korean lawmaker said North Korea probably stole South Korean warship blueprints after hacking into a local shipbuilder’s database last April Expectations had been growing for a warming in the frosty bilateral ties following this month’s conclave of China’s Communist Party during which Xi cemented his status as China’s most powerful leader after Mao Zedong Earlier this month South Korea and China agreed to renew a $56 billion currency swap agreement while Chinese airlines are reportedly planning to restore flight routes to South Korea that had been cut during the spat Tuesday’s agreement came after high-level talks led by Nam Gwan-pyo deputy director of national security of the Blue House and Kong Xuanyou assistant foreign minister of China and the country’s special envoy for North Korea-related matters New York: Lucas Pouille outlasted 14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in a five-set classic on Sunday to lead a trio of French men into the quarter-finals of the US Open Pouille 22 and ranked 25th in the world lived up to the promise of his quarter-final run at Wimbledon emerging from a roller-coaster ride with a 6-1 2-6 6-4 3-6 7-6 (8/6) triumph over the Spanish superstar The defeat leaves Nadal — forced out of the French Open third round with a wrist injury that also saw him miss Wimbledon — without at least one Grand Slam quarter-final appearance for the first time since he was a teenaged tour newcomer in 2004 Pouille came out firing pushing Nadal back with an array of deep groundstrokes and angled shots Lucas Pouille Gael Monfils and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are into the quarters Fifty-two winners from Nadal — whose attacking response saw him come out a winner on 35 of 48 forays to the net — weren’t enough The taut battle came down to the fifth-set tiebreaker and Nadal trailing 3-6 showed his mettle by saving three match points — the third on Pouille’s serve Then he smacked a forehand into the net to give Pouille one more chance and the French player pounced on it with a blazing forehand that kissed the sideline "It was a very close match anything could have happened" said Nadal who opened the fifth set with a break but couldn’t hold onto it dropping his own serve in the eighth to make it 4-4 and set the stage for the tiebreaker "I fought until the end" Nadal said "There’s things I could do better but I had the right attitude I needed something more — it was not there today" The four-hour seven-minute contest entranced the crowd in Arthur Ashe stadium where Pouille recalled admiring Nadal as a youngster “When I was younger I used to watch all his matches on (Ashe) and now it’s me" said Pouille who has won three successive five-setters to reach the last eight He next tackles 10th-seeded compatriot Gael Monfils a 6-3 6-2 6-3 winner over Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis Ninth-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga also advanced downing Jack Sock the last American man left in the draw 6-3 6-3 6-7 (7/9) 6-2 It’s the first time since 1947 that three French men have reached the quarter-finals of one Grand Slam The 23-year-old Sock seeded 26th hadn’t faced a break point in surprising 2014 champion Marin Cilic in the third round Against Tsonga he mustered only five aces and was broken six times by the 2008 Australian Open runner-up who has reached at least the semi-finals of every Grand Slam except this one Tsonga next faces either world number one and defending champion Novak Djokovic or Kyle Edmund a 21-year-old Briton who is in the last 16 of a Grand Slam for the first time in his first appearance in the US Open draw Djokovic 9-0 in US Open fourth-round appearances struggled through a first-round victory over Jerzy Janowicz but hasn’t broken a sweat since He was given a walkover in the second round by injured Czech Jiri Vesely and played just six games before third round opponent Mikhail Youzhny retired hurt The extra rest may prove providential for Djokovic who has battled a left wrist injury and received treatment on his right arm during his win over Janowicz The remaining round of 16 matches were scheduled for Monday when world number two Andy Murray will take on Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov Third-seeded Stan Wawrinka sixth-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan eighth-seeded Austrian Dominic Thiem and former champion Juan Martin del Potro will also battle for quarter-final berths Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 8 2012 1:52 am Top News A BJP candidatewho lost the recently held MCD elections by a margin of 258 voteshas moved a city court alleging corrupt practices in the conduct of polls in her ward Bimla Tyagi has also sought a re-election Tyagiwho had contested the MCD election from Ward 7 (Burari) on a BJP ticketmoved the court of Additional District Judge Seema Maini alleging that malpractices were adopted in the election to sway the result in favour of her rivalCongress candidate Aman Tyagi The petitioner (Bimla Tyagi) has every apprehension that the returning officer (RO) has worked in connivance with the Congress candidate and due to bias and arbitrary act of the ROthe petitioner lost her election with a slight margin of 258 votes?politicians cannot harm the project? The Alandur project was initiated in the DMK political regime and was commissioned by the chief ministerTamil Nadu in the AIADMK regime The project won a National Urban Water Award in 2008 Today54 of the 148 municipalities in Tamil Nadu are trying to emulate this model Alandur has shown how we can and why we must respond to the atrocious state of sanitation across the cities of India Dr Isher Judge Ahluwalia is the Chairperson of ICRIER and Chair of the High Powered Expert Committee on Urban Infrastructure Ranesh Nair is a Consultant to the Committee Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: August 24 2016 7:49 pm Eoin Morgan pre-empted that there will be no pressure on players should the tour receive a green light from security chief Dickason (Source: Reuters) Top News England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has said there will be no pressure on cricketers to play in Bangladesh if their winter tour is cleared by the security team Headed by the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) security adviser Reg Dickason a three-man security team recently visited Bangladesh for venue and hotel inspections reports bdnews24com Dickason was accompanied by ECB Director of Cricket Operations John Carr and Professional Cricketers Association Chief Executive David Leatherdale England are scheduled to play three one-days and two Tests from October 7 to November 1 The one-day squad is due to be briefed by the team which has returned to England on the situation in Bangladesh on Thursday A militant attack on a restaurant in Dhaka on July 1 put England’s Bangladesh tour under a security cloud Morgan who had earlier said the tour was “a big concern” has welcomed the news that a decision is imminent “I’m looking forward to the meeting because it’s a decision you’d prefer to get out of the way sooner rather than later or it becomes a distraction” The Guardian paper quoted Morgan as saying on Tuesday Test captain Alastair Cook will also be present at the meeting where information on England’s last two tours of Bangladesh will be used for deeper assessment “They’ll debrief us on exactly what the findings are from both tours and we’ll get together as a side and chat about it It has to be quite open” Morgan added Before the decision is made however Morgan pre-empted that there will be no pressure on players should the tour receive a green light from security chief Dickason “There’s always room for a personal decision You never put anyone under pressure to go on a tour” The Bangladesh Cricket Board however described the security team’s trip as a “positive” one and said there is no immediate time frame in which England were expected to make a decision The England one-day team will visit Bangladesh first They are scheduled to set foot in Dhaka on September 30 The month-long tour will end with a couple of Test matches Before the World Twenty20 in India this year Bangladesh hosted the Asia Cup and the under-19 World Cup without any hiccups England were part of the latter After Cricket Australia had put off its national team’s trip to Bangladesh for a bilateral series last year citing security concerns the youth team also pulled out of the under-19 event for the same reason For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: October 23 2015 12:21 am Related News Investigations into the death of real estate tycoon Suraj Parmar in Thane have taken a new twist with it now emerging that just days before the tragedy the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) had actually resolved most of the issues that were stalling his real estate projects Parmar allegedly shot himself with his licensed revolver on October 7 leaving behind a “suicide note” that alleged harassment by politicians and civic officials in Thane Incidentally on October 6 the TMC had issued orders sanctioning drinking water connection and waiver of digging charges for the water line for Parmar’s 400-flat residential complex Cosmos Horizon on Thane’s Pokhran Road Delay in granting water connection to the complex — the builder had handed over occupation to flat buyers over a year ago — was the foremost concern that Parmar had cited in an SOS to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis this February Share This Article Related Article Official documents show that on June 23 Minister of State (Urban Development) Ranjit Patil convened a meeting where directives were issued to the TMC to provide the water connections and to give a waiver of digging charges A previous case in which such a waiver had been granted was cited to justify the demand Documents also show that on the basis of Patil’s directives the TMC had on September 22 withdrawn a stop-work notice issued to another one of Parmar’s residential project Cosmos Jewel Investigators also say that certain irregularities in Cosmos Lounge a luxury residential tower near Ghodbunder Road were also regularised by invoking a penalty Three out of the four issues highlighted by Parmar in his letter to the CM had been resolved an investigator said The police have already registered a case of abetment to suicide against unidentified people The ‘suicide note’ reportedly names at least a couple of politicians and three officials but these appear to have been later crossed out with scribbles as an afterthought Last November Parmar had been slapped with an Income Tax notice He was also reportedly quizzed by the Enforcement Directorate in December sources said The sources also confirmed that the police had sought CCTV footage to check movements inside the TMC’s town planning office on April 4 and October 5 Meanwhile Sanjay Ghadigaonkar Congress’s group leader in the TMC has sought a CBI probe into the matter arguing that “there was more than meets the eye” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Updated: November 4 2015 5:21 am Related News JUST as the unrest following the repeated desecration incidents appeared to be waning the Punjab government is set to face more trouble as farmers — protesting the poor price for basmati and the ‘poor’ compensation for cotton crop damaged by the whitefly attack — have decided to restart their agitation from Wednesday The farmers will hold a three-day dharna outside the DC offices in Amritsar and Moga districts between Wednesday and Friday Twelve farmer unions are coming together for the protests with the union leaders stating that they will decide on their next course of action on November 6 They want the state government to come up with “fruitful decisions” before then “We will be sitting on day and night dharnas outside the DC offices of Amritsar and Moga Poor pricing of Basmati will be the main issue as the government after promising to pick up 1509 variety of basmati at MSP of paddy (Rs 1450 per quintal) did not even buy 10 per cent of the stock Private agencies bought out the stock of this variety in the Rs 1000-1400 price range” said Sukhdev Singh Kokri Kalan general secretary of Bharti Kisan Union(Ugrahan) “We have already made arrangements to allow farmers to sleep overnight at the dharna spot We have no choice but to take to the streets” he added “While our basmati varieties are being sold at dirt cheap prices the consumer still pay heavily for the rice in the market This disparity needs to end We sell the 1509 variety in the Rs 10-14 a kg range and the 1121 variety in the 16-18 a kg range while these varieties cost nearly Rs 100 a kg in retail So why is there this huge gap” asked Charanjeet Singh a Moga-based farmer While Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal had met the farmer unions at Chandigarh on Tuesday and promised to resolve their issues at the earliest it hasn’t prevented the protests For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newss wellness and the fight 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