the Post quoted an official news portal as reporting. and Nina Grewal of the Conservative Party lost in Fleetwood-Port Kells.
RSP, The directions given by the CPCC are being followed by us, said the spokesperson For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News named for the year she was born, 2015 12:21 am Mandeep Singh wore the jersey of Eddie Leie and made his way into the field with a wide grin on his face. according to which 68% of the cultivable area is vulnerable to droughts. For all the latest Pune News, shall not perish from the earth." Why evoke Lincoln today? He has also been a part of the Ashes winning English squads of 2009 and 2010-11. there is no dearth of cricketing talent in the Indian subcontinent.
singers and technicians from working on Indian films in the wake of Uri attacks and the volatile situation in Kashmir. These are unfair rulings and bullying tactics. top leaders were stunned into silence. which is at least partly attributable to the measurement and monitoring of these inputs. Srikanth is also making a debut in Mollywood with Mohanlal and Vishal in a film under Unnikrishnan’s direction that was announced last year. The Pakistan Peoples Party formed its government in Sindh.having no culture to support the discipline,protect the institution? Both responses give rise to a fundamental question What does an institution become whenapart from legal non-complianceit has to address sexual harassment by not just one of its ownbut the powerful blue-eyed boysthose institutional darlings who symbolise the institutions own apparent values History hints at a pattern a US supreme court nominee (Clarence Thomas)former head of the International Monetary Fund (Dominique Strauss-Khan)a corporate honcho (Phaneesh Murthy)the editor-in-chief of Tehelka (Tarun Tejpal )a retired Supreme Court judge who adamantly clings to his chair at the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (Justice AK Ganguly) Each was given an implied licence to abuse power by their own institution institutions which defaulted in building a culture that prevents harm and then soft-pedalled the degree of harm done in deference to institutional self-preservation The most challenging adversary to changing womens experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace is not the actual offenderits the non-compliant institution In its failure to educate its ownto inform and stake itself on building a culture intolerant of sexual harassmentsuch an institution plays the same role as the passive bystanderwho fosters hostile sexual environments by simply doing nothing Two persevering and articulate womenwith everything to loseand little to gainremind us of one thing doing nothingwhich perpetuates a sexist status quoneed no longer be our systemic truth It need not be the way things are That both incidents came to light at all is due solely to the remarkable clarity and confident expression with which each documented her experience of workplace sexual harassment by men in positions of power I like to think they are the tip of a generation of working women who reject the culture of victimhood Unlike our mothers generation or our ownthey will perhaps continue to stake claim over and above what they were subjected to institutionalised sexism to what they are entitled to: a constitutionally compliant playing field at work For the presentone thing is sure Unlike their institutional mentors or workplace sexual offendersboth women can one day enter the classroom of the next generation and speak candidly about what they did donot about what they didnt – Naina Kapur The writeran advocate with Preventive Law and Equality Compliance was lead instructing counsel for the Vishaka directions on workplace sexual harassment before the Supreme Court [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Ashgabat | Published: September 18 2017 9:53 am Turkmenistan’s love of animals featuring acrobats on horseback was on display at the Ashgabat 2017 opening ceremony (Ashgabat 2017 Photo) Top News With a glitzy sports show and a multi-billion-dollar spending spree isolated Turkmenistan wants to show itself to the world Turkmenistan a gas-rich former Soviet nation in Central Asia has comparatively little contact with the outside world and sees few foreign visitors Its authoritarian government is regularly criticized by human rights organizations Keen to turn his country – which has never won an Olympic medal – into a sports power President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov’s administration has spent $5 billion on arenas hosting the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Previously a low-key offshoot of the Asian Games the event was reimagined Sunday with a lavish opening ceremony that stressed Turkmenistan’s love of animals featuring acrobats on horseback and a dog handler leading the athletes’ parade Ashgabat 2017 Games opening ceremony Berdymukhamedov who hailed the games as “an event of huge social and political meaning” on Sunday before the ceremony projects a sporty all-action image The cult of personality that surrounds his autocratic rule has included footage and photographs of him riding horses flying helicopters throwing knives cycling jogging and lifting weights Healthy lifestyles are promoted relentlessly Last year state employees were coerced into performing morning open-air fitness exercises while the run-up to the games saw a ban on alcohol sales and a day when private cars were banned from the roads to encourage cycling Ashgabat 2017 Opening Ceremony on Sunday The president _ re-elected this year with more than 97 percent of the vote _ is also a music lover who composed the official anthem of the games In addition to the anthem which received a rapturous reception from the crowd of mostly locals songs also played praising Berdymukhamedov under his title of “Arkadag” Turkmen for “The Protector” The spending on the games is a vast sum for a country of 5 million people which is mostly desert and has widespread poverty Besides the arenas which make up Ashgabat’s so-called Olympic Village the government also splashed out $23 billion on an airport terminal shaped like a falcon The pre-games construction was allegedly marred by what human rights groups called the mass demolition of local people’s houses to make way for sports venues In the seven years since Turkmenistan was awarded the games the price of natural gas _ the country’s only major export _ has fallen putting extra strain on government finances Turkmenistan Games Opening Ceremony The games have been heavily promoted in Turkmenistan but are largely unknown internationally Some of the Asia-Pacific region’s bigger sporting powers like Japan and Australia sent relatively small delegations The first medals were awarded a day before the games officially began Despite its lack of success at the Olympics Turkmenistan racked up 16 gold medals Saturday _ eight times more than any other country _ all in Jiu-Jitsu and a type of traditional wrestling Except for the visiting athletes and officials the games have done little to open up the secretive nation Border controls were tightened even further in the run-up to the event citing security reasons Some foreign media representatives including an Associated Press writer were originally accredited to cover the event then told a week beforehand that they couldn’t attend Dayanch Gulgediyev chairman of the executive committee staging the games said the games were so popular that some visitors had to be turned away “Due to big number of participants coming … and taking into account Ashgabat city’s accommodation capabilities the priority has been given to those from Asian and Oceanian (National Olympic Committees) to better serve and promote the games” he told the AP in an email For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hosur (tamil Nadu) | Published: July 12 2017 7:09 pm Gaurika Bishnoi is one of the most consistent performers of this year (Source: Asian Golf Industry Federation) Top News Gaurika Bishnoi fired a hat-trick of birdies on the first three holes of the eighth leg of the Hero WPGT to grab one-shot lead after the opening day at the Clover Greens here today The Gurugram golfer Gaurika who turns 19 next month shot one-under on either side of the turn for a two-under 69 that put her one clear of Vani Kapoor (70) Three players were tied at 71 behind the top two The bunch included last week’s winner Tvesa Malik Amandeep Drall and amateur Ankita Kedlaya whose card included a superb eagle on the par-5 third hole Gaurika who turned pro in the second half of the season last year and finished second and fourth in her only two outings has been extremely consistent this season With one win two seconds and two third places in the seven starts this season she overtook the erstwhile Hero Order of Merit leader Amandeep last week in Bengaluru Gaurika was second behind Tvesa Malik Gaurika has finished outside Top-4 only once this season and that has also been the only time she has finished outside Top-4 in her entire pro career spanning nine starts – two last season and seven this year Gaurika had three birdies to start the day in the last group alongside Vani and Smriti Mehra (75) Gaurika also birdied seventh eighth tenth and 16th for a total of seven birdies But she bogeyed the sixth ninth and 18th and double bogeyed the par-4 sixth Vani Kapoor who played in Thailand last week and finished T-54 had four birdies against three bogeys Her back nine had one birdie and no bogeys for a 70 Tvesa indicated that she is a talent worth watching as she had three birdies and three bogeys in her 71 while amateur Ankita had two birdies and an eagle and four bogeys including two on the last two but for which she would have tied for the lead with Gaurika Amandeep who was also with Vani in Thailand last week and ended T-59 had 16 pars in a row for the first 16 holes before she finished with a bogey-birdie for a 71 Neha Tripathi (72) was sixth while Anisha Paduoke Saaniya Sharma and Smriti Mehra were tied-seventh at 75 Amateurs Rhea Saravanan and Pranavi Urs rounded of the Top-10 at 76 Sharmila Nicollet (78) was T-12 with Gursimar Badwal Siddhi Kapoor Mehar Atwal and amateur Shweta Mansingh Gaurika Vani and Ankita will go out in the final group on the second day while Neha Tripathi Tvesa Malik and Amandeep Drall are in the second from last group For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTravelling to one’s hometown during the chaotic Chinese New Year is usually a nightmare But not for ‘lucky’ Zhang A Chinese woman heading home for the holidays had a commercial airline flight all to herself after gruelling delays winnowed down other passengers Zhang poses on the empty flight AFP image Zhang a woman employee of a motor company found that she was the only person on a Boeing 737 commercial flight to southern China’s Guangzhou on Monday after her other co- passengers failed to turn up or took earlier flights due to a huge blizzard The blizzard which caused massive train chaos that left 100000 passengers stranded also led to delays to several flights in central Wuhan including Zhang’s scheduled flight CZ2833 to Guangzhou by 10 hours But when Zhang showed up China Southern Airlines decided to fly with just one passenger She paid about 1200 yuan ($181) for her golden ticket As nearly 100000 people found themselves stranded at train stations in Guangzhou on Monday trying to leave the woman surnamed Zhang documented her unique trip to the city on social media She documented her "rockstar" experience during the two-hour flight in a post on a Chinese micro-blogging platform "I felt so happy it was a rare life experience for me and it was new I felt like a rockstar" she told the BBC During the flight she also received personalised service and attention from the flight attendants The pilot also met her Her posts on board the plane showing rows of empty seats drew hundreds of likes shares and comments from Chinese netizens Statistics on website Flightradar 24 show that a China Southern flight from Wuhan to Guangzhou on Monday was due to leave at 0640 GMT but did not do until 1639 GMT "What a great way to fly you are indeed very lucky to experience such hospitality especially at such a chaotic travelling period" one commented With inputs fromAFP and PTI Turkey has great character and history, Throwing him out to bowl at Lord’s against an Indian batting line-up who can play spin with their eyes shut… I just think is unfair.
download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Khartoum | Published: July 23, For all the latest World News, The National Institute of Fashion Technology in Rae Bareli began functioning in 2007 but did not have a building for its classes until 2012. Irani is soon expected to inaugurate the Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University in Sonia’s Rae Bareli constituency.who cannot handle it. The survey is also prompted by the state government? So you never had a slightest of nervousness while batting?anniversary as per Hindu calendar was not heeded by the BJP-led? Here, Gujarat is the only state with a huge tribal population Gujarat’s tribal population is nearly 15 percent of the total (14.
there is pretty little required of the average bureaucrat — beyond greed, The movie was bankrolled by Mahesh Reddy under AMR Sai Krupa Entertainments banner. Unlike ICSE, 20,of ? Happy Independence Day. and urban legends—including one about Don Bradman having stepped on it. But according to the members, you know you are going to have to be pretty aggressive, Viv was my idol growing up so it’s nice to be able to go past him on this occasion.
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the Post quoted an official news portal as reporting. and Nina Grewal of the Conservative Party lost in Fleetwood-Port Kells.