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Qavi was one of the key accused who also alleged to have pushed boys to Bangladesh for terror training camps. To vote for your favourite video,visitmyLaureuscom Coimbatore: Tamil Nadu chief minister K Palaniswamy on Wednesdaytook a dig at the DMK claiming projects used to be launched without proper planning and abandoned during its regime File image of E Palaniswamy PTI Inaugurating the first phase of Rs 195 crore flyover and laying the foundation stone for a water distribution scheme he said DMK government used to start works without any proper plan and leave it in the middle However it was not the case with the AIADMK Late chief minister Jayalalithaa had directed that there should be properly planned projects which should be completed in time he added The chief minister said with more road and flyover projects in the offing the city will be made congestion-free in near future Besides steps would be taken to make the district self-sufficient in all aspects he said He said more development projects for the district would be announced during the MGR Centenary celebrations scheduled here in December Palaniswamy said the work would soon on construction of Ukkadam-Athupalam flyover for which Jayalalithaa had alloted Rs 121 crore Similarly another nine-km long flyover project on the arterial Avanashi Road will begin soon at a cost of Rs 900 crore which would make the city congestion free he said Municipal Administration minister SP Velumani said that chief minister was working for the development of Kongu region comprising eight western districts by implementing various projects Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference president Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday said the country is passing through a difficult phase as those against the secular ethos of the country have "got to the centre stage" Farooq Abdullah AFP "We are passing through a difficult phase as elements inimical to secular ethos of the country have got to the centre stage" he saidwhile addressing his party men on the third day of his ongoing tour to Rajouri and Poonch districts "Their machinations to divide the people on the basis of region and religion will be defeated by further strengthening bonds of amity and brotherhood" he said He said politics of hate and suspicion is detrimental to the secular fabric of the country and the state and those "exploiting" religious sentiments for their ulterior political motives needed to be isolated "This can be done by maintaining unity" he said He said his party’s youth women and students wings have been rejuvenated and they will face the situation "boldly" Abdullah asked his party cadre to gear up for upcoming panchayat and urban local body polls "Massive participation of youths and women is imperative for ensuring their effective involvement in decision making at local levels" Abdullah said By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 20 2017 5:50 am Representational Image Top News A railway superintendent’s meticulous plan to get out of debt — by faking the kidnapping of his own 21-year-old son — was foiled after police recovered CCTV footage of the “kidnapping” showing him parking his scooty and walking away The accused is posted in Shakur Basti in Delhi as a superintendent in railways said ASI Anoop Singh Police said the accused was “in debt as he had borrowed a lot of money from his relatives” and had “hatched the plan to get money” On Friday Raghav registered a complaint at Sahibabad police station stating that his son was kidnapped and that he had received a ransom call of Rs 30 lakh A senior police officer said “He concocted a story about his son’s disappearance and how he was getting repeated threat calls for ransom” The police officer added “He said that the kidnapping had taken place near the Karan Gate police post and that his son was dragged off his scooty by men who arrived in a van and that he was flung into the van and had been driven away” On the basis of the complaint police monitored CCTV footage in the area which showed an entirely different sequence of events “There were no signs of abduction” said the officer“The probe revealed that the accused had borrowed Rs 30 lakh from his relatives for the construction of his house in Delhi” he added An FIR under appropriate IPC sections will be lodged against them for misguiding police and legal action will be initiated police said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sanjay G Dhande | Updated: September 3 2014 8:13 am The UGC has never been an instrument of change In fact it is a hindrance to change Related News TheUGC had recently undertaken a review of the structure and duration of four-year programmes leading to a bachelors degree in the arts or sciences Referring to the National Education Policy it directed all academic institutions to follow the 10+2+3 model However by also sending this regulation to the IITs the UGC has created a furore The IITs are governed by the IIT Act and the IIT Council The UGC’s action is being seen as an intrusion on academic autonomy The policy framework for higher education has been guided by the reports of well-known commissions such as the Radhakrishnan Commission the Kothari Commission Unfortunately most of these reports are reasonably old and do not address present-day issues By imposing certain provisions on the dynamic IITs the UGC is barking up the wrong tree The IITs have evolved a unique model of higher education thanks to the freedom and autonomy provided to them by the IIT Act They have evolved a model of science education that is the envy of many international academic institutions Science education includes the social sciences — economics is taught alongside physics chemistry mathematics and scientific computing But what is so unique about these programmes First all students — engineering and science — are admitted through the same entrance process The second unique aspect is the common core programme A set of 10 courses in natural sciences engineering sciences technical arts social sciences and humanities is taken by all students The IITs have a semester system Their credit-based system awards a degree based on the acquisition of credits — not on the number of years completed An intelligent student can register for more credits and graduate earlier than usual This is not possible in a rigid paper- and year-based academic programme Besides the continuous evaluation method course-based promotion quizzes tutorials and mid-semester examinations all add up to a very different dynamic academic environment for both students and teachers For a vibrant academic environment the curriculum must frequently be updated In many IITs the curriculum is evaluated every 10 years The views of students alumni and other stakeholders are taken into account during this process The revised model is discussed extensively in the senate and only then is it implemented This is where Delhi University’s FYUP went wrong Unfortunately the baby was thrown out with the bathwater The UGC has not understood this process of design and implementation in academic programmes Rather than encouraging a vibrant academic environment it operates with a license-permit-raj mindset Instead the UGC should follow the IIT model and extract lessons from it It should actively help institutions that wish to implement dynamic credit-based semester-system programmes Unfortunately the UGC has never been an instrument of change In fact it is a hindrance to change It does not provide academic guidance or support to institutions It just issues diktats that are called regulations In the 1960s and ’70s the IITs used to have a five-year programme for both engineering and science degrees Then the engineering programme was redesigned to be completed in four years Recently the bachelors programme in science was also modified to four years with a provision that a masters degree in science or engineering could be obtained by completing a fifth year A student with a BSc in physics could get an MSc in physics or even an MTech in electrical engineering say by completing a fifth year Many options are available In short there is freedom for learning Let us now consider the question of jurisdiction The IITs are governed by the IIT Act 1961 The apex body for all IITs is the IIT Council The format of degrees and their titles are approved by the council However curriculum details are designed and approved by the senate and board of governors The UGC and AICTE chairmen are members of the IIT Council As such the UGC should only write to the IIT Council which could in turn deliberate on this issue an essentially academic matter The question is what should the UGC do It should invite IIT directors for a discussion exchange views and evolve a policy that allows innovation in academics in India The UGC must respect the academic strength of institutions and allow them to flourish It should help universities compete at the international level Most importantly the UGC must not adopt a confrontational attitude All of us want excellence in higher education — the IITs and the UGC should each be able to appreciate the other The writer is former director IIT Kanpur and member UGC Views are personal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 21 2016 4:42 pm She has had a golden run at box office but Alia Bhatt says fear of failing in life always haunts her Related News She has had a golden run at box office but Alia Bhatt says fear of failing in life always haunts her The 23-year-old actress has so far one flop in her four- year-long career and for her that was a learning experience as it taught her to come out even stronger “Fear of failing will never leave me I have had one flop in the past and I am happy that it happened If that had not happened I would not know how it feels to be not successful “It is all part of the process You need to fall down to get up again The point is you should know what to do when a situation like that comes” Alia told PTI in an interview The Udta Punjab star says she does not scrutinise her career and is happy with the way things are going “I am just very grateful right now I don’t sit and analyse my career as that is very boring I am not someone who will sit and think about how things are happening every day “I am just going with the flow I am happy with the opportunities I have got and happy with the place I am in I am celebrating the whole process” Alia will be next be seen in Gauri Shinde’s “Dear Zindagi” where she stars with Shah Rukh Khan The actress feels Shinde who made her debut with an endearing drama English Vinglish has a clear mind about what she wants to bring on screen “Gauri’s direction is very clear She talks about life in a very simple way I think that is what she is trying to portray through the film It is very natural and simple The film is the way life is Gauri gets the tone bang on” Alia who plays a film photographer in the movie says it is close to impossible for her to direct a project “I can never direct I doubt if I have an ability to direct May be I can produce some day But the direction is not my cup of tea” Also starring Aditya Kapoor Angad Bedi and Ali Zafar the movie will hit the theatres on November 25 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: September 5 2014 12:26 am There is growing recognition in Delhi that Australia is a valuable partner in stabilising Asia (Source: AP) Related News When they meet in New Delhi on Friday Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott should hopefully clinch the long-awaited agreement on civil nuclear cooperation that would allow Canberra to export uranium to India But the two leaders should also look beyond the nuclear issue and lay the foundation for an enduring defence and security cooperation that will contribute to peace and stability in Asia and the Indo-Pacific littoral The nuclear deal is indeed an important breakthrough in bilateral relations It is in essence about burying the past when differences over non-proliferation issues constrained the engagement between the two countries These differences boiled over when Australia reacted sharply to the Indian nuclear tests in May 1998 Canberra found it hard to export uranium even after Delhi concluded a historic civil nuclear initiative with Washington that ended more than three decades of India’s atomic isolation There were deep divisions within the Australian political class on allowing uranium exports to India As part of its strong and unilateral non-proliferation commitments Australia had decided long years ago that it would not export uranium to countries that did not sign the nuclear non-proliferation treaty The problem for Australia was that the India-US nuclear initiative was about finding a way to circumvent the question of the NPT While India was not in a position to sign the NPT it offered strong assurances to the international community that it would not use material and technology obtained through international cooperation for military purposes India also reaffirmed its impeccable non-proliferation record and expressed full support for the global non-proliferation regime The challenge in Australia was to get the political elite to look beyond the NPT understand the value of India’s integration into the global nuclear order and above all appreciate the broader benefits of building a lasting partnership with Delhi To their credit Prime Minister Abbott and his predecessors in both Liberal and Labor parties have worked hard to overcome internal political differences and get the country to change its long-standing policy on uranium exports by taking a strategic view of relations with India Once the deal is through Australia could become an important source of natural uranium exports The real story however lies beyond uranium Australia is rich in mineral resources and is a natural long-term partner for India’s industrial growth Whichever way Delhi’s strategy for energy security might evolve in the coming years Australia with its abundant coal and natural gas resources will loom large in India’s calculus With one of the world’s strongest mining sectors Australia can help India exploit its own natural resources in an environmentally sustainable way and thereby address one of the major current constraints on India’s economic growth Contrary to the perception that the country is all about mining Australia boasts of a strong science and technology base that can feed nicely into India’s plans for economic and industrial advancement Australia is also home to a prosperous and rapidly growing Indian minority that is emerging as an important bridge between the two countries While the natural complementarities in the economic domain are beginning to express themselves much political work remains to be done on boosting security cooperation between the two countries For long Delhi and Canberra have remained far apart in Asia despite shared political values During the Cold War Delhi viewed Canberra as merely extending US power in Asia Canberra in turn saw India as aligned with the Soviet Union The end of the Cold War and the improvement in Indo-US relations set a very different stage for the bilateral relationship Canberra’s relentless wooing of Delhi in recent years has begun to change Indian perceptions There is growing recognition in Delhi today that Australia which brings so many independent strategic equities to the table is a valuable partner for India in stabilising Asia and the Indo-Pacific littoral Asia’s changing geopolitical context — the rise of Chinese power Beijing’s growing assertiveness on territorial disputes the uncertainties in the US policy towards the region and the emerging fissures in regional institutions — demands that India and Australia strengthen their bilateral partnership as well as reach out to third parties When then Prime Minister Julia Gillard came to India nearly three years ago the two sides agreed to initiate a trilateral dialogue with Indonesia Modi and Abbott must now draw Japan into a similar framework These expanding circles of engagement among regional powers would help reduce Asia’s vulnerabilities to the twists and turns in the US-China relationship Delhi and Canberra must complement this by deepening their own bilateral defence cooperation Last year AK Antony became the first Indian defence minister to visit Australia But the MoD’s lack of interest in defence diplomacy under the UPA government means that the two sides are a long way from realising the full potential of bilateral security cooperation As Modi outlines a vigorous approach to Asia and Abbott brings great enthusiasm for the India partnership the two leaders must boldly push for strong defence ties Besides military exercises that have already been agreed upon Delhi and Canberra must begin sharing naval intelligence and pool maritime assets dispersed across the Indo-Pacific They should also initiate joint training and operations with other Asian partners like Indonesia Vietnam Singapore and Japan who share the objectives of freedom of navigation and security of the sea lines of communication The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newss own musical collection anytime, The writer, In November, “Of course it’s easier to become good at one if you have already mastered the other, take up a good job, While the party gave the minister 24 hours to respond or else it would file a police complaint,can apply in their respective departments. 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