WINDSOR, Ont. — General Motors says it has rejected various proposals by Unifor to keep the Oshawa Assembly Plant open past 2019.The company, which met with Unifor president Jerry Dias today on the future of the plant, says the options suggested by the union would mean substantial incremental cost increases and hurt the company’s competitive position.The union had proposed several options to extend production at the plant including extending the life of vehicles currently produced there, and shifting production planned for Mexico to Oshawa.GM says it has instead asked Unifor to work with the company on transition support for the close to 3,000 Oshawa assembly workers who will lose their jobs when the plant shuts.The company says it’s ready to discuss support packages and transition packages for workers.Unifor’s Dias is set to hold a press conference shortly on the meeting.The Canadian Press
Rabat – The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reiterated its condemnation of Iran’s interference in Morocco’s internal affairs during the opening of the fifth session of the joint UAE-Morocco Committee.The symposium, attended by Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita, opened on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi.Emirates News Agency quoted Emirates Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, saying that the meeting coincides with “an unprecedented state of instability and spiraling violence across several Arab countries on the back of the growing danger of fanatic groups.” Al Nahyan then expressed the UAE’s support for Morocco’s Autonomy Plan for Western Sahara, adding that the UAE backs all measures undertaken by Morocco “to address any threats to its territorial integrity.”Commenting on Morocco’s decision to cut ties with Iran, the Emirati official said that his country denounces “all foreign interferences in the internal affairs of Arab countries, primarily Iran’s meddling into the region, and reiterate UAE’s support for all measures taken by Morocco in this concern over the past period.”The UAE was among the first Gulf countries to support Morocco’s decision to cut ties with Iran on May 1.Morocco has accused Iran of interfering in the country’s domestic affairs, and has blamed Iranian ally Hezbollah of delivering heavy military equipment to and training members of the Polisario Front.The fifth session of the joint committee is co-chaired by Al-Nahyan and Bourita. The session is held at the instructions of King Mohammed VI and Al-Nahyan’s brother Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan.The session will feature political consultations between the two countries, trade talks, and the elaboration of recommendations and draft laws to be submitted to the joint committee.The UAE state-owned news agency reported on Tuesday that non-oil trade exchange between the countries rose from USD 464 million in 2013 to USD 524 million in 2017. The source added that trade grew 9 percent from 2016 to 2017, “threefold of its equivalent over the past five years,” according to the Emirati Minister of Foreign Affairs.He also commended the “distinguished” bonds between the two countries, emphasizing that the ties are at “their best.”
“At this critical moment, we must all join our efforts to prevent the global crisis, with its myriad faces, from turning into a social, environmental and humanitarian tragedy,” General Assembly President Miguel D’Escoto said at the start of the Conference on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development.He called for a solution to the current turmoil that will not leave “the vast majority of humanity to their fate,” exhorting the representatives from nearly 150 Member States expected to address the three-day gathering to “take decisions that affect us all collectively to the greatest extent possible.”For his part, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon underscored that the current crisis is “not a cause for any one person, nation or group of nations. It is a challenge for us all.”Despite signs of financial stabilization and growth in some pockets of the world, he said that “the real impact of the crisis could stretch for years.”A multi-pronged approach is needed to stem the catastrophe, Mr. Ban said, that incorporates boosting access to education, promoting ‘green’ growth, helping subsistence farmers and increasing resources to fight diseases such as AIDS and tuberculosis.“The world institutions created generations ago must be made more accountable, more representative and more effective,” he pointed out, voicing regret that reforming financial institutions has divided Member States.The crisis has revealed the need for a “renewed multilateralism,” he said, adding that “challenges are linked. Our solutions must be, too.”The event will also feature several roundtable discussions on topics including the role of the UN in responding to the crisis and how to mitigate the impact of the downturn on development, featuring, among others, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay and UN Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark.Earlier this year, an expert panel appointed by Mr. D’Escoto and chaired by Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz emphasized that international finance structures must be drastically overhauled in the face of the current global economic crisis, calling on wealthier nations to direct one per cent of their economic stimulus packages to help developing countries address poverty.A coordinated approach – bringing together not just the G-8 or even G-20 nations, but the “G-192” representing all members of the Assembly – is needed to pull the world out of the recession, according to the recommendations of the Commission of Experts on Reforms of International Finance and Economic Structures.The experts also called for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to increase the availability of funds for hard-hit nations. 24 June 2009As high-level delegates from around the globe gathered in New York today to discuss how to address the economic meltdown while taking the interests of all nations into account, top United Nations officials issued urgent calls for action to ease the burden on the world’s poorest.
18 October 2011A United Nations expert on torture today called on all countries to ban the solitary confinement of prisoners except in very exceptional circumstances and for as short a time as possible, with an absolute prohibition in the case of juveniles and people with mental disabilities. “Segregation, isolation, separation, cellular, lockdown, Supermax, the hole, Secure Housing Unit… whatever the name, solitary confinement should be banned by States as a punishment or extortion technique,” UN Special Rapporteur on torture Juan E. Méndez told the General Assembly’s third committee, which deals with social, humanitarian and cultural affairs, saying the practice could amount to torture.“Solitary confinement is a harsh measure which is contrary to rehabilitation, the aim of the penitentiary system,” he stressed in presenting his first interim report on the practice, calling it global in nature and subject to widespread abuse.Indefinite and prolonged solitary confinement in excess of 15 days should also be subject to an absolute prohibition, he added, citing scientific studies that have established that some lasting mental damage is caused after a few days of social isolation.“Considering the severe mental pain or suffering solitary confinement may cause, it can amount to torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment when used as a punishment, during pre-trial detention, indefinitely or for a prolonged period, for persons with mental disabilities or juveniles,” he warned.The practice should be used only in very exceptional circumstances and for as short a time as possible, he stressed. “In the exceptional circumstances in which its use is legitimate, procedural safeguards must be followed. I urge States to apply a set of guiding principles when using solitary confinement,” he said.He told a later news conference these circumstances could include the protection of inmates in cases where they are gay, lesbian or bisexual or otherwise threatened by prison gangs.There is no universal definition for solitary confinement since the degree of social isolation varies with different practices, but Mr. Méndez defined it as any regime where an inmate is held in isolation from others, except guards, for at least 22 hours a day. In his report he noted that in the United States an estimated 20,000 to 25,000 individuals are being held in isolation, while in Argentina a prevention of violent behaviour programme consists of isolation for at least nine months and, according to prison monitors, is frequently extended.He warned of an increased risk of torture in these cases because of the absence of witnesses and said some detainees have been held in solitary confinement facilities for years, without any charge and without trial, as well as in secret detention centres.Mr. Méndez told the news conference that he had been following the case of US soldier Bradley Manning, detained in connection with his alleged leaking of secret cables to the WikiLeaks website. Mr. Manning was held in solitary confinement for eight months but has now been moved and is no longer subject to the same restrictions, he noted, adding that he would release a report on the issue in a few weeks. Examples he cited in his report from around the world included Kazakhstan where solitary confinement can last for more than two months, and the US terrorist detention centre in Guantánamo Bay, where experts found that although 30 days of isolation was the maximum period permissible, some detainees were returned to isolation after very short breaks over a period of up to 18 months.Elsewhere, two prisoners are reported to have been held in solitary confinement in Louisiana, US, for 40 years after attempts for a judicial appeal of their conditions failed, he noted. In China an individual sentenced for “unlawfully supplying State secrets or intelligence to entities outside China” was allegedly held in solitary confinement for two years of her eight-year sentence.“Social isolation is one of the harmful elements of solitary confinement and its main objective. It reduces meaningful social contact to an absolute minimum,” Mr. Méndez told the committee, noting that a significant number of individuals will experience serious health problems regardless of specific conditions of time, place, and pre-existing personal factors.He called for an end to solitary confinement in pre-trial detention based solely on the seriousness of the alleged offence, as well as a complete ban on its use for juveniles and persons with mental disabilities.Solitary confinement for shorter terms or for legitimate disciplinary reasons can amount to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment in cases where the physical conditions of prisons, such as sanitation and access to food and water, violate the inherent dignity of the human person and cause severe mental and physical pain or suffering.Today’s news conference also heard from Claudio Grossman, chair of the UN Committee against Torture, and Malcolm Evans, chair of the UN Subcommittee on the Prevention of Torture.
Although childbirth survival rates are a “staggering success” compared with the year 2000, one pregnant woman or her child, still dies every 11 seconds from largely preventable causes, UN health experts have revealed.In a joint appeal for all nations to provide better medical care for all, the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF and WHO, the World Health Organization, outlined several ways to help protect the 2.8 million pregnant women and newborns who die every year.Read the full story here. Two draft resolutions, zero consensus on ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib The Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO, revealed on Thursday that a total of 41 countries are in need of international food assistance.Citing conflicts as the primary cause of high levels of food insecurity, FAO’s new Crop Prospects and Food Situation report, also points to adverse weather conditions, which have affected agricultural production, reducing food availability and access.Rainfall shortages and drought are of particular concern as they acutely affect food availability for millions in Africa.Nature ‘one of most effective ways’ of combatting climate change Scores of civilians were killed and injured Thursday in what the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, UNAMA, called a “disproportionate and indiscriminate Taliban attack”.According to a senior defense ministry official in the capital, a truck bomb detonated near the hospital in Qalat – the main health facility in the Zabul province. Local reports affirmed that many of the victims were doctors and patients.UNAMA tweeted that the bomb, which was targeting a security facility, caused extensive damage to the hospital “with terrible harm to health workers and patients inside”.The latest attack comes just two days after the Taliban took responsibility for twin attacks which left dozens dead and many others injured. Dozens of countries need food assistance The UN Security Council on Thursday failed to reach consensus on either of two competing resolutions on a cessation of hostilities in Idlib, Syria, the last province in the war-torn nation that is still largely held by rebel forces.Belgium, Germany and Kuwait tabled a draft proposing a humanitarian ceasefire, which garnered 12 out of 15 votes.Permanent members Russia and China used their right to veto, blocking its adoption. Their own resolution, which highlighted terrorism concerns by extremist groups operating inside the region, also failed to pass, with nine members voting against and four abstaining. Our full coverage here. ‘Disproportionate and indiscriminate Taliban attack’ Despite progress in childbirth safety, one woman or baby dies every 11 seconds Nature is “one of the most effective ways” of combatting climate change and should be part of every country’s climate strategy according to the Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) Inger Andersen. World leaders will be gathering at the United Nations in New York next week at a Climate Action Summit convened by the UN Secretary-General António Guterres and Ms. Andersen will be there to promote the idea of nature-based solutions to combatting climate change.Find more on nature’s solutions here.Listen to or download our audio News in Brief for 9 September, on Soundcloud:
The Dec. 6, 1989 École Polytechnique massacre changed the conversation around violence against women, and led to the creation of Brock University’s Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies.But Brock Assistant Professor Robyn Bourgeois, an indigenous woman who was a victim of violence as a teenager, says that despite nearly three decades of activism, violence against women is still very much a reality.“While we certainly have more social awareness and, more importantly, more resources for those experiencing violence than we did in 1989, we still have a long way to go in Canada to achieve the goal of ending violence against women and girls,” says Bourgeois, also known by her indigenous spirit name Laughing Otter Caring Woman.Two years after the mass shooting that killed 14 women, Dec. 6 was named the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada.Brock’s Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies holds an event each year to observe the anniversary, and this year Bourgeois will give a public talk on Wednesday, Dec. 6 highlighting the need for more action on the issue.Bourgeois is a survivor of violence, having been trafficked for sexual exploitation in her late teens, and she says that for indigenous women and girls like herself, the odds of being a victim of a violent crime are five times higher than for non-indigenous women.“I live every day with the knowledge that because my two children are indigenous females with status under the Indian Act, they face only a 50 per cent chance of reaching age 14 and a 25 per cent chance of reaching age 18 without experiencing some form of sexual violence,” she says.In addition to presenting and publishing nationally and internationally on the topic of violence against indigenous women and girls, Bourgeois has been advocating for women in Canada for nearly 20 years.She says that living in poverty, involvement in the sex trade and being racialized, disabled, queer or transgender not only increases the vulnerability of women and girls in Canada, but it also shapes how these individuals experience the justice system, social services and health services.Bourgeois’s talk will highlight indigenous women and girls to show how all violence is connected.“Ending violence against all women and girls requires that we examine our complicity with the dominant social systems of oppression — heteropatriarchy, colonialism, racism, ableism and classism — and work together to dismantle them,” she says.What: December 6: Why this day still matters so muchWho: Robyn Bourgeois (Laughing Otter Caring Woman), Assistant Professor, Centre of Women’s and Gender StudiesWhen: Dec. 6, noon to 1:30 p.m.Where: Brock University, Academic South Room STH216
When you buy a bag you expect it to at least survive the journey homeEve Weller Tesco is investigating after a glass bottle fell through a woman’s “inadequate” carrier bag and severed her Achilles tendon. Eve Weller, 26, claimed she was walking home from Tesco Metro in Plymouth when her plastic bag, which only contained one bottle of Lambrini, ripped.The bottle shattered and a chunk of glass sliced into the back of her ankle, through her tendon and down to the bone. Surgeons were able to re-attach the fibres – which connect muscle to a bone – but the mother-of-two has been left unable to walk. “At first I didn’t even feel it as I just thought ‘oh no I’ve dropped the wine’,” she said. “I looked down and saw a bit of blood and went to get a plaster out my bag as I always carry them for the kids. “I went to move my foot and I just couldn’t move. I looked down and there was this river of blood.”I don’t really remember everything after that. A man stopped to look after me and was trying to keep me conscious while someone rang the ambulance.”She was taken to Derriford Hospital by a passing police car, where she spent four nights. She now has her leg in plaster and soft bandages and doctors said it could be up to a year before the tendon is fully healed. Tesco said it was urgently investigating the claimCredit:Micha Theiner/REX Shutterstock Miss Weller, who is a sales leader from Plymouth, Devon, has now criticised the supermarket for its “inadequate” bags and said they should be strong enough to hold a single bottle for more than 20 minutes. Last night, Tesco said it was urgently investigating the claim. A spokesman added: “We take great care to ensure our carrier bags are strong and robust so they safely hold our customers’ shopping.” Miss Weller said she had bought the £2.75cl bottle of Lambrini from the Tesco Metro to share with her mother Paula Walker, 49, during a planned movie night in.She put it in a single 5p bag – without any other items – and left the store to get the bus home. But the bag split after she got off the bus causing the bottle to smash to the ground. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, who is an economist by profession, has dubbed the 2.1 percent economic growth recorded for 2017 as anaemic.Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat JagdeoDuring a press briefing held on Thursday, he told media operatives present that the dismal growth rate gives a clear picture of how incompetent the current Government is at managing the financial and economic affairs of the country.Jagdeo said the economic growth figure is low by all standards, and is no way lending to the growth and development that is required in the country. He also reminded that the Government had to revise the growth projection three times, and it calls into question its presentations to Parliament regarding the economy.“So now that it is low, all of the ratios they spoke to us about in the last budget in November would have to be recalibrated. And so the size of our fiscal deficit would climb, our balance of payment in relation to GDP will climb, et cetera,” he explained while noting that it is not as simple as revising a number downwards, especially when that number is used as the denominator to calculate a range of macroeconomic issues and variables.“Rather than the Minister of Finance (Winston Jordan) seriously addressing the issues to say what policy-wise can I do to stimulate the economy, he then makes excuses.”There is no positive indication that Guyana has so far managed to manoeuvre its way out of the economic slow lane in which it has been stuck for the past three years due to the minimal GDP growth.Finance Minister Winston Jordan made this admission during a press conference last week. Revealing that the 2017 end-of-year economic report has been completed, he linked the dismal figures to sectors, including sugar.According to Jordan “the economy did not perform as robust as we expected during last year. Even at the half year we were predicting that the economy would not, given what we knew about sugar. At the end of the day, it was even worse than we predicted. So even though there was positive growth last year, the growth rate ended up being 2.1 per cent.”Initially, Government had projected that Guyana’s economy would have grown by a 3.8 per cent for 2017. This projection was reduced to 3.1 per cent, and then again to 2.9 per cent. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related‘Quite illogical and pure nonsense’ – Jagdeo tells Gov’t on efforts to drive economic boom by celebrating IndependenceMarch 28, 2016In “latest news”With $7B loan from World Bank Guyana expected to maintain macroeconomic frameworkJuly 28, 2018In “Business”Opposition Leader commends PSC for presenting economic recommendationsApril 23, 2018In “Business”
MIAMI GARDENS, FLA. (WSVN) – A driver has been transported to the hospital after their car caught fire in Miami Gardens.Miami Gardens Police and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units responded to the scene along Northwest Seventh Street and 171st Street, around 4:45 p.m., Thursday.Rescue crews transported the driver to an area hospital in unknown condition.All northbound lanes on Northwest Seventh Avenue were been blocked during the investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Hyderabad: Malkajgiri Special Operations Team sleuths on Wednesday conducted raids on a PDS rice godown at IDA Uppal and nabbed 13 persons and seized 34 tonnes of PDS rice, a lorry, 2 mobiles and Rs 13,060 cash all worth Rs 13.5 lakh from their possession. According to police, the accused Mohammed Zaheeruddin (37), Afzal Hussain (47), Farooq Pathan (28), J Gnaneshwar (37), Mohammed Thoufiq Ahmed (46), Mohammed Jamiruddin (22), Abdul Adeeb (20), Mohammed Firdous Hussain (20), Shaik Noor (32), Mohammed Irfan (19), Imran Ali (23), Shaik Akrool (22) and Mohammed Farman (20) were indulging in the illegal trade of PDS rice which was meant to be supplied to the ration shop dealers. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us The main organiser Mohammed Zaheeruddin, a resident of Musheerabad, along with his henchmen indulged in illegal trade and transport of PDS rice to different States and make money. The accused by maintaining contacts with the PDS rice agents and beneficiaries would make deals with them and purchase rice at lesser price and dumping the PDS rice stock at rented godowns in secluded places on the out skirts. Also Read – Man tied up to a tree and thrashed in Nalgonda for harassing woman Advertise With Us After collecting about 50 tonnes of PDS rice they make deals with the buyers or rice mill owners at different States and clandestinely transporting same to other States and selling at higher price. The accused along with the seized property were handed over to Uppal police, where a case has been registered under section 420 IPC and Section 7 of Essential Commodities (EC) Act.
Top Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Sponsored Stories LONDON (AP) – Britain’s governmentsays it is making a new attempt to drastically overhaul Britain’s 700-year-old upper chamber of Parliament, the House of Lords.Prime Minister David Cameron’s office said Tuesday that plans will be published Wednesday which propose replacing unelected peers with a smaller number of mostly elected members who would serve a maximum term of 15 years.Though 600 hereditary members were ejected in 1999, attempts to make more sweeping reforms have long been stalled amid complaints from the House of Lords. Though the 825-member upper chamber does not make laws, it can amend legislation.Cameron’s office said it would be prepared to deploy the rarely used Parliamentary Act, which allows the Commons to force through planned laws in spite of opposition in the Lords.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Comments Share More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day
The Arizona Cardinals are one of the best stories in the NFL. Even though they’ve been besieged by injuries, suspensions and a key player signing elsewhere, Bruce Arians’ team continues to persevere.The “next man up” mantra that has become so common in the NFL has become a way of life in the desert. At the midway point of the 2014 seasons, the Cardinals are 7-1 and undoubtedly one of the best teams in the league. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments Share But one of the reasons why the Cardinals’ story is so amazing is that they’ve achieved this level of success without any one single player having an unbelievable season.Instead, every player has made a contribution. It makes for an interesting argument about who the choice would be if the Cardinals were to hand out a midseason Most Valuable Player award.We polled the staff of Arizona Sports about that very subject, and here’s what they had to say:Ron Wolfley Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
By Christophe HadjigeorgiouPolice arrested five people in the Famagusta district on Thursday night in connection with the sale of laughing gas.The five individuals, aged 17, 23, 28, 29, and 50, were found with a total of four metal bottles, 22 used and 271 unused ampoules, 123 balloons, and €406.70 in cash. All the items were seized as evidence.Authorities have been working on an organised crack-down on the laughing gas market. The Crime Prevention Units of Larnaca and Famagusta have joined forces to cover both Ayia Napa and Protaras.The individuals were charged and are expected to appear before the court, while Ayia Napa and Paralimni police continue investigations. You May LikehomeremediesEat 3 Dates Daily For 1 Week And This Is What Happens To Your BodyhomeremediesUndoBrainFunHome Remedies for Getting Rid of a Stuffy NoseBrainFunUndoStuff AnsweredNeed A Laptop? Here Are The Top 5 Of 2018Stuff AnsweredUndo British woman who claimed gang-rape taken to courtUndoAt least 20 killed, 50 injured in attack on VP candidate’s office in KabulUndoHouse rejects presidential veto over repossession lawUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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Kejriwal cannot be unaware of the need for Anna imagery to realise his political aspirations.and left us asking for more.along with other experts, Deputy Inspector General (West Region) Rajendra Dhamane said,Dutts application for furlough extension has been approved The decision has been taken based on the medical reportreport from the police station and other documents He had asked for an extension for treatment of his leg? Nisha Kaur Weber has been living with them for almost a week. are extremely difficult and can only be decided by courts when there are real cases with evidence before them. alias Zubair, gave no clue about the identity of the suspected killers. The BJP is holding its National Executive meeting in Odisha’s Bhubaneshwar. For all the latest Srinagar News.
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Since the two leaders had met barely four months ago at the White House, Ferrer has had a poor year by his standards but is ranked No.he gave Djokovic a massive scare in a 4 hour 43 minute classic in the Wimbledon semis." a top official in the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) told PTI.But some words instantly bring out a heart-warming tale, she says That is how her story on the trigger word ginger came about a few weeks ago They promised Gudiya an education Her first class- no schoolno chalkno teacher Just a kitchensome ginger and a mother-in-lawscribbled Shah For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PRIYAL DAVE Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: April 16 2014 4:42 am Related News Though he is usually the last person to arrive at his campaign rallies Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) sitting MP Sanjay Dina Patil remains confident of a victory again in the Mumbai North East constituency Patil dismissed Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Medha Patkar and Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Kirit Somaiya as “not worth competing” claiming they were “no match” for his development model and popularity in the constituency Brushing aside any possibility of a threat from the two main competitors in the election fray he said “There is no threat from either Patkar or Somaiya She (Patkar) is welcome here but her party has no presence One can always lead protesters and hog the limelight courtesy media and police authorities but contesting elections is a completely different ball game” Patil who won with 213505 votes in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections also criticised Patkar for contesting on the grounds of “sympathy” and leaving the Narmada Bachao Andolan “midway” in Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat Attacking Somaiya who lost to him by a slender margin of 2933 votes in the last election Patil said other cases similar to that of Monika More who lost both her arms in an accident at Ghatkopar station in January this year took place in the area Somaiya had come out in support of Monika and her family “There have been many Monikas before but where was he when those accidents took place” Patil alleged that it was only when the election fever had gripped the nation that Somaiya became active “Even I have contested before and lost but I do not sit at home and crib He was sitting at home for the past four-and-a-half years and only when elections approached he came out of his long slumber What has he done Why is he measuring the platforms now” questioned Patil On being asked about the general perception that he was inaccessible Patil said “It is only the version of the candidates and not people You ask people whether I am approachable People call me for help at midnight and I do not disappoint them” On the alleged involvement of NCP ministers in scams and party’s image being affected by it he said “Ajit Dada stepped down (as deputy CM) which shows his honesty and later he was given a clean chit by the court Law takes it own course and if somebody is guilty they will be punished” Calling his party workers and supporters an “extended family” the NCP leader said he utilised the MPs fund to build toilets parks and gymnasiums and carry out other developmental work “I have also protected open spaces in the area” said the 45-year-old NCP leader Commenting on BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Patil said Modi’s development in Gujarat had been on “graves” “Narendra Modi has been hyped by media to look like a father-figure He harps on the development model in his state that he has built on graves He cuts and divides People cannot forget his misdeeds and what happened in 2002 Come May 16 the big balloon bloated by media about Modi being the face of BJP is going to burst” Patil added aamirkhan@expressindiacom priyaldave@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Updated: February 6 2014 3:00 pm Upon reaching Ruby Hospital Mulani was informed by the doctors their that his son had died two hours ago Related News The Pune District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed a Hadapsar-based surgeon to pay Rs 7 lakh along with the interest for the amount since 2007 to the father of a 20-year-old boy who allegedly died due to medical negligence of the surgeon Altaf Razak Mulani a resident of Kanifnath Shed Hadapsar had filed a complaint with the forum alleging that Dr Vijay Bhimsingh Pawar of Pawar Surgical Hospital was responsible for the death of his son Dadabhai in August 2007 A bench of Forum president V P Utpat and member Geeta Ghadge alloted the compensation for the loss of life due to the alleged ‘medical negligence’ and the mental agony the complainant suffered due to the incident Mulani who works as a plumber had prayed for Rs 19 lakh compensation Mulani had said that on August 1 2007 he had taken his son to the Pawar Surgical Hospital after he complained of stomach pain Dr Pawar examined him and advised them an operation of appendicitis The father and the son were not keen on the surgery and took discharge from the hospital against the doctor’s advice However on the same night Dadabhai had severe pains and was brought to the same hospital again and was operated upon by Dr Pawar As the patient’s condition worsened the doctor advised him to shift Dadabhai to Yash Hospital as the Pawar Hospital did not have ICU facility However when the patient reached Yash Hospital the authorities advised the father without even examining the patient to take him to Ruby Hospital Upon reaching Ruby Hospital Mulani was informed by the doctors their that his son had died two hours ago Mulani had moved the Forum alleging that his son had died because of the medical negligence of Dr Pawar The Forum observed that if there was unavailability of ICU and ventilator it was the duty of Dr Pawar to make sure that the patient got the ventilator facility at the hospital where he was sent In his defence Dr Pawar had filed the expert panel’s opinion report which had given a clean chit to him The Forum however held that it was not sufficient to prove the innocence of the doctor Apart from the compensation the forum also directed the doctor to pay Rs 10000 to Mulani towards the cost of the litigation For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 9 2012 6:55 am Related News Kalyani of SD CollegeSector 32 and Rachit Chopra from Central Excise & Customs bagged the womens and mens singles titlesrespectivelyin the Chandigarh State Ranking Table Tennis Tournament at the Sector 23 Table Tennis Hall in Chandigarh on Saturday Kalyani got the better off Nadia Saini (Tech Mahindra) 11-89-1110-12 11-911-811-8 in the womens singles final Rachit Chopra (Central Excise & Customs) overpowered Mayank Kapoor (DAV Public School-8) 11-811-912-1011-7 in the mens singles final Results: (Women’s singles) Finals: Kalyani (SDCollege-32) bt Nadia Saini (Tech Mahindra) 11-89-1110-1211-911-811-8 Semi-finals: Nadia Saini(Tech Mahindra) beat Gurvinder Kaur(AG Punjab) 8-1111-911-411-711-5 (4-1)Kalyani (SD-32) beat Naina Suri (SD-32) 6-1113-1111-89-1111-711-6 (4-2) (Men’s Singles) Final: Rachit Chopra (Central Excise & Customs) beat Mayank Kapoor (DAV Public School-8) by 4-011-811-912-1011-7 Semi-finals: Mayank Kapoor (DAVPS-8) beat Dev Saini (DAV-10) 11-611-811-712-149-1111-811-9 (4-3)Rachit Chopra(Tax Deptt) beat HiteshMehta (DAV-10) 11-714-1612-1011-612-1411-8 (4-2) ChandigarhDelhiHaryana and Chattisgarh advance Chandigarh:Beating their respective opponentsChandigarhDelhiHaryana and Chattisgarh enter the Super League stage of the 20th Junior National Korfbal Championship being played at Govt Model High SchoolSector 34Chandigarh ChandigarhDelhi and Haryana remain unbeaten in their pooltopping the tally while Chattisgarh lost one match in its group manage to storm into the next round Chattisgarh beat Himachal Pradesh in a nail biting finish by 9-8 Winners were leading with 7-4 at half time but managed to narrow the victory margin at end Shashank from the wining side struck four goals In another one side affairHaryana drubbed Andhra Pradesh by 16-5 with the fine contribution by Bharti who scored five goals Delhi continued to maintain its supremacy by thrashing Punjab by 10-3 Savita scored three goals for Delhi Hosts Chandigarh outplayed Uttrakhad by 11-2 in an easy outing All super league matches would be played on Sunday followed by the final For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News495 (in Rajkot) to 27, After the polls,entertaining the most with his unorthodox game and on-court aggression.
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The SP said that Sanjay Singh of Gandhi Nagar locality, Compared to the 2016 Assembly election, Describing the rise of BJP in Bengal as “dangerous”, 2015 5:35 pm We hear that even on the sets of next film, (Source: Reuters) Top News Armenian weightlifter Andranik Karapetyan suffered an elbow dislocation but did not fracture his left arm during a failed 195 kilogram clean and jerk attempt in the men’s 77kg final, 2015 Outside the sporting fraternity,By: Express News Service | Published: May 12 at 27,1981,Chidambaram led trade liberalisation and subsequently.