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New Delhi: The ashes of late Finance Minister and senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley were immersed in the Ganga in Haridwar by his son Rohan on Monday. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal were also present. Jaitley died on Saturday morning after a long fought battle with multiple diseases. His last rites were performed on Sunday with full state honours at the Nigambodh Ghat in the national capital. He was 66 and had been ailing for some time.
By Shaquile GoffRabat – The National School of Applied Sciences (ENSA) in Khouribga, central Morocco, will see Moroccan entrepreneurs competing to represent Morocco in the $1 million international contest. The prize is jointly run by the Hult International Business School, headquartered in Massachusetts, and the UN. The annual competition awards $1 million to university students with the most revolutionary business solutions to global social issues like poverty, renewable energy, and food security. The Hult Prize competition is often called the “Nobel Prize of students,” and since it started in 2010, it has invested over $50 million dollars in various startups around the world.Boukhal Ferdous, the head of the Hult Prize intra-campus competition taking place in Khouribga, says she believes that his students have a good chance of advancing to the finals in New York to win this year’s Hult Prize.The interdisciplinary competition invites students from different areas of study like science, business, and engineering to submit ideas for start-up businesses that seek to eliminate specific global social issues. The winner of the competition in Khouribga will get the chance to try to move on to the second regional stage, and eventually to the global finals at the UN’s headquarters in New York.Former US president Bill Clinton, a presenter for the competition, remarked, “The Hult Prize is a wonderful example of the creative cooperation needed to build a world with shared opportunity, shared responsibility, and shared prosperity.”The multi-disciplinary faculty at ENSA hope to represent Morocco on the international stage this year and encourage any interested Moroccan students to apply.
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Recounting the “dramatic” developments in Syria over the past few days, Lakhdar Brahimi told reporters at a news conference in Geneva that the 21 August incident in the Ghouta suburb – currently being investigated by a team of UN inspectors – “is outrageous…unacceptable.”“It confirms how dangerous the situation in Syria is and how important it is for the Syrians and the international community to really develop the political will to …look for a solution.”When asked by reporters about the possibility of outside intervention in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons, Mr. Brahimi underscored: “International law is clear on this. International law says that military action must be taken after a decision by the Security Council.” “I think I must say that I do know that President Obama and the American administration are not known to be trigger-happy. What they will decide I don’t know, but certainly international law is very clear, the Security Council has to be brought in,” referring to news reports that the Untied States stated it would be ready to stage a military strike in Syria as early as Thursday. The United Kingdom has also reportedly voiced its support for military intervention.Mr. Brahimi said it seems that “some form of substance” was used but echoed the call of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon that the team UN inspectors on the ground must be given the opportunity to undertake their investigations.“[Inspectors] have already spent one day in one area where this substance, whatever it is, has been used,” he said. “They have come back with a lot of samples; they talked also to doctors and witnesses. They are in another area just now, as we speak, and we are waiting to see what they are going to tell us.”Mr. Brahimi said he was still opposed to military action adding that the war between Government forces and opposition groups has already killed 100,000 people and displaced millions.The UN-Arab league envoy emphasized that if anything, the 21 August incident makes it even more urgent to create the conditions for a successful Geneva II Conference.“I have spoken to the American and the Russians and both countries tell me that they are still interested and committed to the Geneva II conference,” Mr. Brahimi said. “They both know that what has happened on 21 August will have an effect on how we proceed and how we get to that Conference,” he added.The Geneva II Conference would seek to achieve a political solution through a comprehensive agreement between the Government and the opposition for the full implementation of the Geneva communiqué of 30 June 2012.Issued after a meeting of the Action Group for Syria, the document lays out key steps in a process to end the violence. Among others, it calls for the establishment of a transitional governing body, with full executive powers and made up by members of the present Government and the opposition and other groups, as part of agreed principles and guidelines for a Syrian-led political transition.“Syria is now undoubtedly the most serious crisis facing the international community,” Mr. Brahimi said. “One hundred thousand people have been killed. Quite a few of them have been killed by the regime. So I think, from my point of view, if there is one complaint about the international community it’s that they haven’t done enough before 21 August.”Since fighting began in March 2011 between the Syrian Government and opposition groups seeking to oust President Bashar Al-Assad, more than 100,000 people have been killed, almost 2 million have fled to neighbouring countries and a further 4 million have been internally displaced. In addition, at least 6.8 million Syrian require urgent humanitarian assistance.Mr. Brahimi once again appealed to Syrians and the international community to develop the political will to address the crisis seriously.
15,420 Views 29 Comments Short URL Feb 8th 2017, 8:15 PM Source: RollingNews.ieA COLLEGE STUDENT who knocked a man unconscious and kicked him in the head during a row over a taxi outside a Dublin nightclub has been ordered to carry out community service.Adam McCarthy (24) with an address in Raheny, Dublin, pleaded guilty to assault causing harm to Niall McHale at the White Sands Hotel in Portmarnock on 27 December 2014.Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard at a sentence hearing last November that McHale had come home to Dublin from London, where he is currently living, to visit family and friends for the Christmas holidays.On the night of the incident, he was out socialising with friends in the nightclub attached to the hotel in Portmarnock and left around 2.15am.He and his friends were waiting on a taxi when another group of men “ran out from the nightclub and jumped the queue”, getting into a taxi, Garda Thomas Halligan told Tony McGillicuddy BL, prosecuting.When McHale approached McCarthy to protest that it was not their taxi, McCarthy turned and punched him “before Mr McHale had even finished his sentence”, McGillicuddy said.McCarthy hit McHale above the right eye and he fell to the ground. He then kicked him in the head.McHale suffered a brief loss of consciousness before being taken by ambulance to Beaumont Hospital. He received seven stitches to the head, as well as bruising and lacerations. McCarthy was restrained by nightclub bouncers until gardaí arrived.In a brief victim impact statement read out in court, McHale said he was housebound for most of the Christmas holidays in the wake of the assault.The court heard McHale is still in London, but has requested that €5,000 which McCarthy had in court today go to Headway Ireland, which Judge Melanie Greally said would support people with head injuries who had not been as fortunate as the victim.Fatal consequencesShe commented at the earlier sentence hearing that a kick to the head can have fatal consequences. The fact that Mr McHale did not suffer a serious injury was “through no restraint on your part”, she told McCarthy.“The incident which has come before the court is yet another where a young person is out for the night socialising when a slight provocation, if you can even call it that… provokes an act of extreme violence,” the judge said.Today Judge Greally considered a probation report before the court that concluded that McCarthy was suitable for community service. She ordered that 240 hours service be carried out in 12 months in lieu of a one year jail term.The judge said it was “fortunate for both men that the consequences of McCarthy’s violent and reckless actions were not overly severe”.She accepted that McCarthy came from a respectable background, had taken steps to curb his drinking, had completed an anger management course and had expressed appropriate insight into the “actual and potential consequences” of his behaviour.Brian Storan BL, defending, said McCarthy’s reaction to his actions that night “has been one of shame and genuine remorse”. He said McCarthy was two years into a four-year degree at DIT and his ability to achieve was described as “unparalleled” by former educators.In a letter handed up to court, McCarthy “profusely” apologised to McHale and his family for the “lack of respect” he had shown and the pain he had caused them.“There isn’t a day that goes by when I don’t think of this act and the consequences it has brought,” the letter said.Storan said his client had saved €3500 and borrowed a further €1500 from his parents to give to McHale as a token of his remorse.Read: Men in forestry fraud case accused of deception by inducing investor to hand over £52kRead: Café owner who grew cannabis to ease back pain given 240 hours community service By Isabel Hayes and Sonya McLean https://jrnl.ie/3229852 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Wednesday 8 Feb 2017, 8:15 PM Man who punched and kicked victim in head over disputed taxi given community service Adam McCarthy expressed “genuine remorse” in court over the attack which left Niall McHale unconscious. Share50 Tweet Email2
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The Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOC) has increased petrol prices by ₹1.55 per litre, excluding state taxes, with effect from Monday (15 July).IOC increased the petrol prices due to the impact of the falling rupee and increase in international oil prices.”Since last price change, the downward spiral of Rupee against the USD dollar has continued to reach a low of Rs 60.03/USD as against Rs. 58.94/USD during the previous fortnight. Further, international MS prices have also shown an uptrend and increased from $115.29/bbl to $117.19/bbl. The combined impact of deteriorating exchange rate and increasing international oil prices has resulted in the need to increase Petrol prices by Rs 1.55/litre (excl. VAT),” IOC said in a press release.”The movement of prices in international oil markets and INR-USD exchange rate is being closely monitored and developing trends of the market will be reflected in future price changes,” it said. The increase in petrol prices has happened for the fourth time in six weeks. Petrol price was last hiked by ₹1.82 per litre (excluding Value Added Tax (VAT)) on 28 June. Accordingly, one litre of petrol will now cost ₹70.44 a litre against ₹68.58 with an increase of ₹1.86 per litre (including state taxes) in Delhi. This revision of prices was due on 16 July, but has come a day earlier.However, there will be no changes in diesel price as of now and it will be revised at the end of July. Earlier, the government had authorised state-owned oil firms to increase diesel prices by ₹50 paise/per litre every month until the entire losses on fuel are wiped out. With respect to that, diesel prices were hiked in the first week of July. The next hike is expected in the last week of July or first week of August.
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