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” However, He said that he and other likeminded people would soon go to Delhi and press for the demand for the change.s also about colourful eyeliners and the winged look is in, she said If you are having a tough time keeping your tresses under controlPillai is happy to share that a messyout-of-bed look is in But that doesnt mean untidy and unclean? why would an MBA in finance quit a job in Times Square to make a movie?com/y3uXOksZ3t — Niladri Kumar (@niladri_kumar) February 8,the official website took longer to get working, she said The crashing of the websites has come as major set back to education department which is planning to make the entire Class XI process onlinebeginning next academic year The move aims at reducing time and energy of candidates and curtailing overall time required to complete the admission process Shinde said due precaution would be taken to keep the proposed online process free from possible glitches For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 24 2016 12:07 am Over 4000 family members and wards of police personnel attended the fair Top News IN a first-of-its-kind job fair organised by Pune City Police for the wards and relatives of policemen in Pune as many as 935 applicants were recruited by over 30 companies The job fair held on Sunday at the parade ground of the city police headquarters was attended by over 4000 wards and relatives of police staffers Police are now planning to organise skill development programmes for the wards of policemen to prepare them for the competition they will face in various industries It was Pune Police Commissioner Rashmi Shukla who came up with the idea to hold such a fair “We realised that many police staffers are worried about their family members who were finding it difficult to get jobs That’s how the idea of the job fair came about” said Shukla Watch What Else Is making News Family members and relatives of police staffers from Pune City Police Pune Rural Police Railway Police and State Reserve Police Force were invited to attend the fair which was organised in collaboration with the District Skill Development Employment and Entrepreneurship Guidance Centre “We tried to get as many participants as possible Some of the companies were invited through the reference of the Centre and some others were invited by us As many as 32 companies from Pune city Bhosari and Chakan participated in the fair and 27 of them interviewed the candidates As many as 935 attendees were recruited by these companies…” said Arvind Chavria deputy commissioner of police (HQ) The jobs secured by candidates range from those of office assistants technical staffers and engineers “The results of the first such fair are really satisfying and we are planning to organise more such fairs in the future But before we do that we have prepared a plan to prepare the wards of police staffers in communication and other skills which are needed to get jobs in the current scenario in the industry Some of the IT companies have also promised to interview over 600 candidates and we expect many of them to get selected” said Shukla At the job fair which started on Sunday morning and went on till the evening G A Sangade assistant director of District Skill Development Employment and Entrepreneurship Guidance Centre was also present along with G S Madgulkar ACP (Human Resources HQ) Amol Kshirsagar coordinated the event on behalf of Pune City Police For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 30 2016 3:34 am Top News The Gujarat government Wednesday filed an affidavit in the High Court claiming that its ordinance for providing 10 per cent quota to economically weaker sections (EWS) did not violate provisions of the Constitution or the Supreme Court orders Defending the ordinance it argued that the provision of 10 per cent quota was a classification of EWS and not reservation per se as prescribed under the Constitution The government said that it promulgated the ordinance following 225 representations from different sections which “narrated their plights about discrimination and difficulties as well as educational and employment problems faced by the students and candidates of unreserved categories ie other than Schedule Castes Schedule Tribes and Socially and Educationally Backward Classes” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The reply was filed by Kaluji G Vanzara Additional Secretary Social Justice and Empowerment Department Gandhinagar It said that a high-powered committee comprising of five ministers under the chairmanship of Nitin Patel Minister for Health and Family Welfare considered such representations and demand of Patidars to be included in Socially and Educationally Backward Class The committee also considered similar demand of “Brahmin Rajput and many others” the reply added It further argued that the ordinance was not classified as “reservation as provided under Articles 15 (4) and 16 (4) of the Constitution” adding that already 8448 students who belonged to EWS category had been given admission in engineering courses Similar provisions it said had been issued for admission to 11 other courses including medical The state government defended its move citing Article 46 of the Constitution which deals with directive principles of the state policy and provides that the state should promote educational and economic interest of the weaker sections more particularly schedule castes and schedule tribes (SC/ST) “The concept of ‘weaker section’ in Article 46 has no such limitation in as much as the individuals belonging to weaker sections may not form a class and they may be weaker as individuals only” the reply stated On the aspect of the ceiling of 50 per cent reservation for SC/ST and Socially and Educationally Backward Classes which are collectively called as “Backward Classes” under Article 16 (4) the government’s reply said: “The ordinance in question provides for classification/categorisation amongst the open category to the extent of 10 per cent which is not reservation as provided under Articles 15 (4) and 16 (4)” It added that even in the case of “Backward Classes” as defined under the Constitution the reservation can exceed the ceiling of 50 per cent “if facts and circumstances of the case warrant so” Saying that the EWS quota did not affect the existing reservation for SC/STs among others the reply stated that there was already 2 per cent reservation under sports category in addition to the “alleged” reservation of 10 per cent “One can’t jump to the conclusion that total reservation in the state is 61 per cent (49%+10+2) which is more than the specified number as stipulated by the Supreme Court” the reply said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Published: March 20 2016 1:20 am Related News With the mounting public debt the state has decided to fund big-ticket infrastructure projects through off-budget borrowings keeping them out of the government’s balance sheet The government’s fiscal strategy statement states “The state aims at availing sizeable off-budget external commercial borrowing for infrastructure projects relating to mass urban transport systems such as Metro rail projects and Mumbai’s transharbour link (MTHL) project” Share This Article Related Article While the past approach has been for the government to borrow the money and provide funds to nodal agencies the budget documents state that the plan now is to borrow funds through the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority or special purpose vehicles Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had spelt out a similar route for infrastructure projects taken up by the ministries of railways and road transport in the Centre’s Budget an approach that invited criticism from P Chidambaram The state’s debt burden has spiralled 124 percent in the past eight years — from Rs 142 lakh crore in 2007-08 to Rs 320 lakh crore in 15-16 The state’s budget for 2016-17 which was presented on Friday has forecast that the debt stock will further rise to Rs 356 lakh crore in 16-17 While the budget document concedes that off-budget borrowings for infrastructure projects would “result in a substantial increase in the contingent liabilities of the state” it has defended the move “It is hoped that the projects will be executed without time and cost overruns and will yield adequate revenue enabling the concerned SPV to service debt without creating financial liability for the government due to cost over-runs or inadequate revenue” the budget document further states The government has also said all efforts will be made to ensure that such borrowings are under the non-recourse financing model which can be secured through collateral from the borrower itself “In cases where this is not possible efforts will be made for accurate financial projections and prevention of project overruns” the document says It has made allocation of Rs 28220 crore for debt-servicing in 2016-17 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 8 2016 6:45 pm Noted poet and lyricist Nida Fazli,” the ministry said in a statement. 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