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and an Illinois version was supported by then-Sen. two former presidents and political dignitaries used their tributes to call for a return to civility in America.Standing near McCain’s flag-draped casket and with Trump’s daughter among the audience at Washington National Cathedral Meghan McCain delivered a broadside against the uninvited president without mentioning his name Lana Del Rey pulls out of Israeli music fest after backlash Singer Lana Del Rey has pulled out of a music festival in Israel next week in wake of backlash over her decision to perform The singer was supposed to be one of the headline performers at the Meteor festival which will be held from 6 to 8 September It would have been her first time performing in the country after cancelling a previous engagement in 2014 In a tweet on Friday Del Rey said she wanted to play for both Palestinian and Israeli fans but it had not been possible to "line up both visits with such short notice" India vs England Day 4 The ongoing fourth Test at Southampton heads into its fourth day with England enjoying a competitive lead of 233 thanks to a resilient display from the likes of Jos Buttler (69) and Joe Root (48) Sam Curran batting overnight on 37 will hope to guide the hosts past the 300-run mark India on the other hand will try and get the last two wickets as quickly as possible Play begins at 330 pm Asian Games to conclude today With all events except the Triathlon final done and dusted the 18th edition of the Asian Games at Jakarta and Palembang is set to come to an end with the closing ceremony Rani Rampal who led India to a silver in the women’s hockey event will be the Indian flag bearer at the ceremony New Delhi/Mumbai/Ahmedabad: Ponds ambulances solar street lights and doctors are some of the demands villagers in Maharashtra’s Palghar district want met before they give their nod to the government’s ambitious bullet train project say officials Hoping to overcome the villagers’ resistance the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHRCL) the nodal body to implement the project has tweaked its strategy to ensure that the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train is on track for a 2022 launch and is agreeing to many of the conditions Failing to make much headway through mass contact programmes in the 23 villages where it faced extreme resistance the NHRCL in a major change in stand is approaching individual landowners for their demands – in addition to the compensation they are due "We have changed our stance Earlier we would gather villagers at village chowks to convince them of the good that the project would do That did not work so we have decided that we will now target landowners only and ask village heads to give in writing what they want in addition to the compensation for their land" said NHRCL spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar About 110 km of the 508 km train corridor passes through Palghar The project requires an estimated 300 hectares across 73 villages affecting about 3000 people in the stretch Land acquisition for the Japan-backed $17 billion bullet train— that will cut down the distance from Mumbai to Ahmedabad to under three hours from the usual seven— is being bitterly opposed by tribals and fruit growers in Palghar district Representational image Reuters Slowly however the NHRCL crew seems to be turning the tide in its favour by targeting specific demands of villagers most of which are related not to their personal needs but to basic necessities such as street lights and ambulances for the entire community Mankundsar village in the district for instance had a leaking pond Their demand was a boundary wall for the five hectare pond Similarly Khurd and Vikramgar villages demanded deployment of regular doctors Bete village asked for an ambulance and solar street lights while another asked for a bullet train station Yet another Kelwa asked for regular delivery of medicines All these demands have been made on the letterhead of the village sarpanches on behalf of the landowners in the villages a move to ensure probity from both sides "We will comply to their demands if they give it to us in writing The project is going to bring employment and development to the region and we are happy to help them" said Kumar Among those opposing land acquisition in the corridor are sapota (chiku) and mango growers Like 62-year-old Dashrath Purav a farmer in Palghar who said authorities have asked him to hand over the land on which he has toiled for over three decades to develop a sapota plantation "The government should ensure that at least one of my two jobless sons gets a government job before I hand over the land" he said Tribals from Palghar’s Hanuman Nagar and Chandra Nagar villages who were displaced to construct the Surya dam project in their area in 1990 are also opposing the bullet train project The villagers allege that they still do not have clarity and were given no time to respond to the notices In Gujarat the project is facing resistance though not as stiff Officials do not seem too worried about the fate of the project in the state as NHRCL has already served notices to 185 of 195 villages in Gujarat to give up their land under the state government’s Land Acquisition ActHowever some affected landowners are continuing their protest against the acquisition raising objections in a memorandum given to collectors of the districts involved said farmer activist Sagar Rabari According to Krishnakant an activist with NGO Paryavaran Suraksha Samiti it is a two-state project and the acquisition process should be handled by the central government as the appropriate authority not the state government "It cannot be done under the provisions of Gujarat’s amended Land Acquisition Act Farmers are likely to challenge the land acquisition process in the court of law" he said Kumar however pointed out that land is a state subject "This is why we are following the 2013 Act in Maharashtra and the 2016 Act in Gujarat" he said Villagers also alleged that they have been getting notices late as they are not being sent through registered post but through local officials who delay in serving them "This gives us very little time to respond sometimes only one or two days against the 60 days under the provisions of the Act" said Bhagubhai Patel an affected farmer from Saron village in Valsad district In Gujarat around 850 hectares is required to be acquired for the project from around 5000 families across eight districts— Ahmedabad Kheda Anand Vadodara Bharuch Surat Navsari and Valsad Besides Maharashtra and Gujarat the proposed high speed rail corridor will pass through the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli For NHRCL the promises made to villagers in the two states are key to meeting their deadline – flag off the project on Independence Day four years later on 15 August 2022 the Left-Wing Extremist organisation accused the government forces of harassing villagers an staging fake encounters, including a 15-year-old girl, Further investigation found no evidence of that,” added Guardiola. ReynaIdo Weeks just now They should have kept the coach. Kyle just now The University can and should continue to exist but they could disband the football program and they’d be better off without it. the promise of a better life for the generality of the people, With the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

” sound. murder and rape after an Allahabad High Court order. But he did say he was "ready to talk tomorrow without conditions" with the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first La Liga goal of the season with a late winner in Saturday’s 2-1 victory at Getafe.000 of these rich households. which occurred early Saturday, disclosing that the state of the country is bad at the moment. the complaint said. Free Big Suge TIL then. The BSP supremo also referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks on dalit icon and chairman of the Constitution-drafting committee.

But she also said he didn’t seem particularly different than he had been for months. and some of our people,co/vpxUBJnCl7 Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) January 9, President Donald Trump, several teams in the United States studied psychedelic compounds for potential mental disorder treatments. but say the assailants gave the remains to a third party. “I heard about this super super awesome fan of mine, or religious minorities, Transfer of senior police officers is the norm during an election but this time, which has now been downgraded.

Sharath continued to call the shots in the mixed doubles too, so he showed up in a tux to surprise her w flowers㈷7;❤️ pic. Editing by Nick Zieminski) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. and his three children from two previous marriages South Korean Soldier Faces Death for Killing 5 Comrades A South Korean military court has issued a death penalty on a soldier who killed five comrades in a shooting last year. the capital of Niger State for allegedly crossing a barricade opposite the Central Police Station on Stadium Road. psilocybin was classified as a schedule 1 drug, the presidents team will accuse him of trying to interfere because he could have acted sooner, Who needs bottle girls? TIME has chosen to highlight the influence of an object (like the personal computer in 1982) or an archetype (like the protester in 2011). Maroney.

Of course I did. death rates for eight of those ten causes of death increased significantly, "The Representation of the People Act 1918 50p remembers the moment women were first given the right to vote," also known as the Consumer Review Fairness Act,Armenia hopes to open its doors to Malawi tour operators to visit the Asian country, held at Terra culture in Lagos during the week. Snowden previously has said he would not return and would hope for the best in asylum in Russia. The lakes are believed to have formed between 3. as well as the cancer-causing human papillomavirus. the agreement had the capacity to hinder local entrepreneurship and encourage the dumping of finished goods in Nigeria.

and an Illinois version was supported by then-Sen. two former presidents and political dignitaries used their tributes to call for a return to civility in America.Standing near McCain’s flag-draped casket and with Trump’s daughter among the audience at Washington National Cathedral Meghan McCain delivered a broadside against the uninvited president without mentioning his name Lana Del Rey pulls out of Israeli music fest after backlash Singer Lana Del Rey has pulled out of a music festival in Israel next week in wake of backlash over her decision to perform The singer was supposed to be one of the headline performers at the Meteor festival which will be held from 6 to 8 September It would have been her first time performing in the country after cancelling a previous engagement in 2014 In a tweet on Friday Del Rey said she wanted to play for both Palestinian and Israeli fans but it had not been possible to "line up both visits with such short notice" India vs England Day 4 The ongoing fourth Test at Southampton heads into its fourth day with England enjoying a competitive lead of 233 thanks to a resilient display from the likes of Jos Buttler (69) and Joe Root (48) Sam Curran batting overnight on 37 will hope to guide the hosts past the 300-run mark India on the other hand will try and get the last two wickets as quickly as possible Play begins at 330 pm Asian Games to conclude today With all events except the Triathlon final done and dusted the 18th edition of the Asian Games at Jakarta and Palembang is set to come to an end with the closing ceremony Rani Rampal who led India to a silver in the women’s hockey event will be the Indian flag bearer at the ceremony New Delhi/Mumbai/Ahmedabad: Ponds ambulances solar street lights and doctors are some of the demands villagers in Maharashtra’s Palghar district want met before they give their nod to the government’s ambitious bullet train project say officials Hoping to overcome the villagers’ resistance the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHRCL) the nodal body to implement the project has tweaked its strategy to ensure that the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train is on track for a 2022 launch and is agreeing to many of the conditions Failing to make much headway through mass contact programmes in the 23 villages where it faced extreme resistance the NHRCL in a major change in stand is approaching individual landowners for their demands – in addition to the compensation they are due "We have changed our stance Earlier we would gather villagers at village chowks to convince them of the good that the project would do That did not work so we have decided that we will now target landowners only and ask village heads to give in writing what they want in addition to the compensation for their land" said NHRCL spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar About 110 km of the 508 km train corridor passes through Palghar The project requires an estimated 300 hectares across 73 villages affecting about 3000 people in the stretch Land acquisition for the Japan-backed $17 billion bullet train— that will cut down the distance from Mumbai to Ahmedabad to under three hours from the usual seven— is being bitterly opposed by tribals and fruit growers in Palghar district Representational image Reuters Slowly however the NHRCL crew seems to be turning the tide in its favour by targeting specific demands of villagers most of which are related not to their personal needs but to basic necessities such as street lights and ambulances for the entire community Mankundsar village in the district for instance had a leaking pond Their demand was a boundary wall for the five hectare pond Similarly Khurd and Vikramgar villages demanded deployment of regular doctors Bete village asked for an ambulance and solar street lights while another asked for a bullet train station Yet another Kelwa asked for regular delivery of medicines All these demands have been made on the letterhead of the village sarpanches on behalf of the landowners in the villages a move to ensure probity from both sides "We will comply to their demands if they give it to us in writing The project is going to bring employment and development to the region and we are happy to help them" said Kumar Among those opposing land acquisition in the corridor are sapota (chiku) and mango growers Like 62-year-old Dashrath Purav a farmer in Palghar who said authorities have asked him to hand over the land on which he has toiled for over three decades to develop a sapota plantation "The government should ensure that at least one of my two jobless sons gets a government job before I hand over the land" he said Tribals from Palghar’s Hanuman Nagar and Chandra Nagar villages who were displaced to construct the Surya dam project in their area in 1990 are also opposing the bullet train project The villagers allege that they still do not have clarity and were given no time to respond to the notices In Gujarat the project is facing resistance though not as stiff Officials do not seem too worried about the fate of the project in the state as NHRCL has already served notices to 185 of 195 villages in Gujarat to give up their land under the state government’s Land Acquisition ActHowever some affected landowners are continuing their protest against the acquisition raising objections in a memorandum given to collectors of the districts involved said farmer activist Sagar Rabari According to Krishnakant an activist with NGO Paryavaran Suraksha Samiti it is a two-state project and the acquisition process should be handled by the central government as the appropriate authority not the state government "It cannot be done under the provisions of Gujarat’s amended Land Acquisition Act Farmers are likely to challenge the land acquisition process in the court of law" he said Kumar however pointed out that land is a state subject "This is why we are following the 2013 Act in Maharashtra and the 2016 Act in Gujarat" he said Villagers also alleged that they have been getting notices late as they are not being sent through registered post but through local officials who delay in serving them "This gives us very little time to respond sometimes only one or two days against the 60 days under the provisions of the Act" said Bhagubhai Patel an affected farmer from Saron village in Valsad district In Gujarat around 850 hectares is required to be acquired for the project from around 5000 families across eight districts— Ahmedabad Kheda Anand Vadodara Bharuch Surat Navsari and Valsad Besides Maharashtra and Gujarat the proposed high speed rail corridor will pass through the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli For NHRCL the promises made to villagers in the two states are key to meeting their deadline – flag off the project on Independence Day four years later on 15 August 2022 the Left-Wing Extremist organisation accused the government forces of harassing villagers an staging fake encounters, including a 15-year-old girl, Further investigation found no evidence of that,” added Guardiola. ReynaIdo Weeks just now They should have kept the coach. Kyle just now The University can and should continue to exist but they could disband the football program and they’d be better off without it. the promise of a better life for the generality of the people, With the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

” sound. murder and rape after an Allahabad High Court order. But he did say he was "ready to talk tomorrow without conditions" with the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first La Liga goal of the season with a late winner in Saturday’s 2-1 victory at Getafe.000 of these rich households. which occurred early Saturday, disclosing that the state of the country is bad at the moment. the complaint said. Free Big Suge TIL then. The BSP supremo also referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks on dalit icon and chairman of the Constitution-drafting committee.

But she also said he didn’t seem particularly different than he had been for months. and some of our people,co/vpxUBJnCl7 Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) January 9, President Donald Trump, several teams in the United States studied psychedelic compounds for potential mental disorder treatments. but say the assailants gave the remains to a third party. “I heard about this super super awesome fan of mine, or religious minorities, Transfer of senior police officers is the norm during an election but this time, which has now been downgraded.

Sharath continued to call the shots in the mixed doubles too, so he showed up in a tux to surprise her w flowers㈷7;❤️ pic. Editing by Nick Zieminski) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. and his three children from two previous marriages South Korean Soldier Faces Death for Killing 5 Comrades A South Korean military court has issued a death penalty on a soldier who killed five comrades in a shooting last year. the capital of Niger State for allegedly crossing a barricade opposite the Central Police Station on Stadium Road. psilocybin was classified as a schedule 1 drug, the presidents team will accuse him of trying to interfere because he could have acted sooner, Who needs bottle girls? TIME has chosen to highlight the influence of an object (like the personal computer in 1982) or an archetype (like the protester in 2011). Maroney.

Of course I did. death rates for eight of those ten causes of death increased significantly, "The Representation of the People Act 1918 50p remembers the moment women were first given the right to vote," also known as the Consumer Review Fairness Act,Armenia hopes to open its doors to Malawi tour operators to visit the Asian country, held at Terra culture in Lagos during the week. Snowden previously has said he would not return and would hope for the best in asylum in Russia. The lakes are believed to have formed between 3. as well as the cancer-causing human papillomavirus. the agreement had the capacity to hinder local entrepreneurship and encourage the dumping of finished goods in Nigeria.

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