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though it is clear that this is the only way to go.eight minutes later sweeping in a Choudhary pass. the seeded players had no worry whatsoever. it was affecting my lungs. I am pretty disappointed. Referring to the oft-repeated assertion that "Kashmir is integral part of India", Love the children who lost their vision due to pellet injuries.." he said while insisting on a political solution Talking about the 33-day-old unrest Azad said things are not flowing from democracy but through the barrel of "guns pellet guns" He said there has been curfew for the last 33 days and thousands of people including civilians and security forces have been injured in the violence The problem in Kashmir is not a "normal law and order issue" like in any other state Azad said while underlining that the Centre should come forward to help the state as it is dependent on New Delhi for everything including security development and even salaries While talking about the continuing problem of Kashmir he said a lot needs to be done to strengthen the relationship between the Centre and the state He wondered what happened to reports of various committees including one headed by late Justice Shabir Ahmed which made several recommendations for strengthening the integration "The report was submitted in 2009-10 Still nothing has been done" he said Earlier Azad associated himself with the views of BSP leader Satish Mishra on Dalit issue and took a jibe on the Prime Minister for making statement on the issue from Telangana and not in Parliament Written by Agencies | Kolkata | Published: September 5 2009 4:17 pm Related News The Missionaries of Charity world-wide today observed the 12th death anniversary of its founder Mother Teresa and began preparations for her birth centenary next year “A week agowe began the preparation for celebration of Mother Teresa’s birth centenary next year Todaywe commemorate the 12th anniversary of her death The heroic sanctity of her life assures us that her death on earth meant her birth in heaven” the order’s superior-general Sr Premawho is abroadsaid in a statement The Nobel-laureate nun was fast-tracked to sainthood by Pope John Paul-II after her death in 1997 She was ‘beatified’ (declared blessed) by the Pope in a ceremony at the Vatican on October 192003on the basis of claims by a tribal woman in North Bengal that she was cured of a stomach tumour after praying to her Tersa’s beatification allows her to be venerated in MoC churches the world over She will be worshipped in all the Roman Catholic churches if declared a saintfor which proof of another miracle of a medical nature is required Sr Prema’s statementread out by MoC assistant superior-general Sr Caroldid not indicate the progress of Mother’s sainthood formalitiesbut said”as much as we miss our Motherwe rejoice that we have her as a friend and intercessor in Heavenclose to God” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News I played even more matches with Novak (Djokovic) than with Roger in such important matches, These questions were never convincingly addressed, and in 1988 Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.

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first_imgOne hundred promising young athletes in eastern Jamaica were among the first to get first-class training in several competitive events at the start of the Digicel/MVP Grassroots Clinic.Now in its fourth year, Digicel has again teamed up with the MVP Track and Field Club to host the series of track and field clinics across Jamaica.The first of the five clinics was held at the Morant Bay High School on Saturday, September 24, where the youngsters from schools in the Surrey county underwent a day of intense training with professionals from the internationally acclaimed athletics club.”Our outstanding success at the Olympics just last month is the reason we see it necessary to continue this programme. Unfortunately, a day will come when these amazing athletes will hang up their spikes. Therefore, development programmes such as the MVP Clinic will help to ensure that Jamaica always has a fresh crop of athletes ready to continue our successes on the world stage,” said Danielia Mclean, sponsorship manager at Digicel.During the day of training, students were taken through six disciplines in track and field, sprinting, hurdling, relays, throws, long distance, and jumps. These sessions were led by stalwart coaches such as Paul Francis, Linval Swaby, and Shanikie Osbourne.”The idea is that through this programme, students and their coaches are introduced to world-class training methods. Additionally, they are introduced to athletic disciplines that they may not have had much exposure to before. Take, for instance, Junelle Bromfield, who competed in hurdles, relays, sprints, and middle distances while at STETHS, she is now focused on the 400m sprint, where she won the IAAF World Under-20 bronze medal this July,” said Bruce James, president of the MVP.The clinic will – in the next two weeks – head to Vere and St Elizabeth Technical High schools after which a number of the top-performing students will be selected to participate in advanced training camps in St James and St Catherine. At the end of the advanced camps, one outstanding athlete will receive a scholarship valued at $1 million to attend the University of Technology and train with the MVP Track & Field Club.Sponsors of the Digicel MVP Grassroots Athletics Programme are Nike, Reggae Jammin, National Commercial Bank, and Gatorade.last_img

first_imgDear Editor,Whether or not we are inclined to admit it, we cannot deny the fact that British Guiana, now Guyana, is the progenitor of the sugar industry. In this context alone, we need to acknowledge that much respect is due to our forbearers who toiled with sweat and tears to sustain and develop the industry despite the many obstacles that arose from time to time.Even at this stage, centuries later, it is difficult to envision a Guyana without this nodal industry and, therefore, every encouragement and support should be offered to those who are charged with the responsibility of managing the industry. Talk about divestment should not be entertained unless the ‘alternative’ is patently and obviously superior. We should not risk ‘throwing away the baby with the bath-water!’We need to re-commit ourselves to the potential of our sugar industry and to do what it takes to ensure its survival and sustainability.Sincerely,Nowrang Persaudlast_img

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Each year, the Diamond Bar school welcomes an author to visit the school and help promote literacy. Fraser has written and illustrated over 58 books. Among her books are “Where Are the Night Animals?”, “How Animal Babies Stay Safe” and the “IQ” book series. – From staff reports • Photo Gallery: Stories are made Students at Quail Summit Elementary in Diamond Bar on Thursday received some tips on writing from children’s author and illustrator Mary Ann Fraser. Kids in grades kindergarten through fifth helped Fraser create a story, as they selected the character, setting and problem. “Your imagination is the best tool to use to get ideas,” the children’s book author told the students. last_img

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