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Nawaz Sharif thanks PM Modi for Lahore visit; says high time India, Pakistan set aside hostilities

Sharif also expressed optimism that India-Pakistan ties would improve in the days ahead and the “spirit of goodwill generated with Modi’s visit will continue to prevail”.

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MoEF and WII to begin captive breeding of Great Indian Bustard

Annually, GIB lays one egg and two eggs on some rare occasions. But with proper nutrition, ideal location, temperatures, food and management they can produce more than two eggs per year. The ministry has envisaged that about 25-50 eggs of GIB will be collected from wild habitats over a period of five years. These eggs will be incubated, hatched and their chicks will be reared to achieve a breeding population target of 50-100.The union environment ministry has approved a budget of Rs.33.85 crore for the project. While Rs.81.7 lakh has been sanctioned for Rajasthan, Maharashtra will receive Rs.1.38 crore. Gujarat’s share of Rs.1.10 crore is still under process.

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Undeterred by ‘threat’ NGO adamant to buy Dawood Ibrahim’s Bhendi Bazaar property

The former scribe also expressed his surprise over Dawood’s attachment with this particular property.

Former journalist S Balakrishnan, who is associated with NGO Desh Sabha Samiti and participating in the bidding of a property of Dawood Ibrahim, on Saturday claimed to have received threats from underworld don’s aide Chota Shakeel in the intervening night of December 3-4. Balakrishnan claimed that he had gone to inspect Hotel Afroz in Bhendi Bazaar, one of the seven properties of Dawood, prior to bidding, where Central officers on duty refused to show him the hotel premises from inside even as he insisted for it. “Somehow the media come to know about it and took my byte, which was aired. Chota Shakeel must have come to know about all these from news channels following which he shot off an SMS to me,” he said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Revealing the content of the message, Balakrishnan said, “Chota Shakeel asked me ‘Tumko kya ho gaya hai….tum khair to ho…ye kya boli kya tum karnewale hain? (sic) (what has happened to you…are you all right..why this auction and all….) He is carrying out orders from Dawood Ibrahim.? He, however, said he did not report the matter to police.’ Everything is clear from the content,” he said, adding, “On behalf of the NGO, we are definitely going to take part in the bidding.””We are allowed to take part on December 9 and we are completing the process. We hope that our bid will be accepted by the government,” he said. “There is also a simultaneous provision of e-tendering, so everything will be clubbed together and by December 9 the picture will be clear,” he added.The former scribe also expressed his surprise over Dawood’s attachment with this particular property. “I don’t understand that Dawood has got thousands of crores of properties all over the world, why he is after this one small property which is just worth around Rs one crore and 20 lakhs. May be they have made it a prestigious issue because the hotel is located in his bastion and thus may be he feels that if somebody takes it away then it will be a great setback for him. But, our intention is not to start another hotel and make money. The idea is to start a welfare centre for the poor children of the Bhendi Bazaar area, the streets from where Dawood started his life,” he said.”The authority seizes the properties of accused in cases under Narcotics and Smugglers and Foreign Exchange Manipulators (Forfeiture of Properties) Act 1976. These properties are then put for auction,” Balakrishnan added. Ends RC/ASNNNN
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Twin blasts in Guwahati’s Fancy Bazaar, 2 injured

At least two people have been injured in the blasts, according to reports.

Twin blasts have been reported in Guwahati’s Fancy Bazaar area in Assam. At least two people have been injured in the blasts, according to reports. The area where the blast has occurred is a trading hub which is popular with Hindi-speaking communities, NDTV reported.According to reports, it is being speculated that the explosives may have been kept in a garbage dump near a temple in the area. Further details are awaited.

Changemaker: Once a homeless, this tattoo artist has turned his life around

At 30 years, he is a successful tattoo artist and runs four tattoo studios in Palika Bazaar market.

“A homeless person is a person. No one wants to be homeless.” says Arshad, a successful entrepreneur today.

It’s a Sunday afternoon and Arshad’s tattoo parlour in Palika bazaar, Connaught Place has a steady stream of clients. Some tattoo virgins while most are his regular clientele. The tattoo virgins are accompanied by friends who have referred them to get inked here. Arshad is engrossed in sketching a design a client has asked to be tattooed on the forearm – a she-wolf. Once he is free, he finally sits down for a chat. “Sundays are like rush-hour here,” he says.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>At 30 years, this young entrepreneur is a successful tattoo artist and runs four tattoo studios in Palika Bazaar market. But Arshad’s life wasn’t always like this. He was a homeless in Delhi. I asked him how he entered this creative field. “When I was a young boy, I wanted to live ‘the good life’ in a city. I decided that I’d do anything to earn no matter how big or small the task,” he shares.Arshad ran away from home in Assam when he was only 10-years-old. He reached Delhi on a train and found himself wandering the streets in search of work, food and shelter.Without anyone to support him, he wasted his years drowned in drugs, a time he regrets. “Life on the streets is tough. I ended up on the wrong side until one day, when I was rescued,” he shares. He was taken in by Society for Promotion of Youth and Masses (SPYM), an NGO that runs drug de-addiction centres for young homeless children.Arshad was often spotted as the smart one with a zest to progress. “One of our mentors pushed me to be productive, I was a good observer and my willingness to work impressed the seniors,” he recalls. After 18 years of age, he moved near the homeless living around Hanuman Mandir, Connaught Place. He observed men and ladies applying henna (mehendi) tattoos on tourists near the temple. “I tried my hand at it. I would practice all the time. Someone said to me, why don’t you try tattoo art?”, he said. “I wanted experience so I began working with various tattoo parlours to learn the art and hone my skills,” he quips.Today, he runs his tattoo studios out of four shops in Palika bazaar, shop number 34, M-10, 113 and 263. He has a staff strength of 15 people. “I challenged myself and I was persistent. Had I given up, I would have been back on the streets. I’d do anything never to go back there again,” he shares.Today, Arshad is glad that he can support his family back in Assam as well as earn a decent living to rent a roof in Delhi. He has travelled across India on work assignments and wishes to travel abroad to expand his clientele. “When I look back now, I feel I should not have run away from home, I am lucky I survived,” he says adding, “A homeless person is a person. No one wants to be homeless. That is one reason I worked very hard in my life,” he shares.

7 things that added colour to the Tamil Nadu Global Investors’ Meet

The Tamil Nadu Global Investors’ Meet is currently underway in the state. The event has seen huge attendance from the who’s who of India Inc, and several foreign delegations.

Tamil Nadu Global Investors’ Meet

The Tamil Nadu Global Investors’ Meet got off to a good start with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa stating that the investment target of Rs 100,000 crore having been exceeded.Here are interesting event sidelights from Day 1:Reliance Jio dazzles with High-speed Wi-FiThis event was the perfect platform for Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd to showcase Jionet high-speed Wi-Fi with broadband wireless access. Reliance is the official Internet service provider for the TNGIM and delegates have free access to Wi-Fi once they register on the Jionet service.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>It’s all green at the TNGIMKeeping in tune with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s favourite colour, the décor and backdrop was all green at the TNGIM. She also wore her signature green saree to the meet and even the staff at the venue was decked in green.Related read: Tamil Nadu Global Investors’ Meet Day 1: Who pledged how much investment?Pegasus is the logo!The logo of the TNGIM is the ‘Pegasus’ and it was unveiled early on in the event. This white winged-stallion is from Greek Mythology and symbolises the flight of ideas.Classical Dance to the foreEminent Bharatanatyam danseuse Umrila Sathyanarayanan performed at the inauguration with her troupe.Selfies at the summitDelegates at the event weren’t just interested in networking and talking shop. There were some light moments as well. Some of those who attended were seen taking selfies. Industries and Transport Minister Thangamani was asked by quite a few people for a selfie!Freedom BazaarOne stall at the Global Investors’ Meet that stood out among the others was the Freedom Bazaar. This is the stall which is selling products made by the inmates in the state prison. Items like shirts, toys, handicrafts and shoes are made in the prison by the inmates. These are sold at lower rate that the branded items one finds in the market. In 2012, the revenue from the sale of these items was Rs 11.56 crore.Laser show at Adyar RiverA 20-minute audio-visual laser show at the Adyar River saw everyone from school kids to adults thronged the area. Held at 7 pm, 8pm and 9pm, the laser show was one of the best cultural highlights at the TNGIM.

Broadband via Bangladesh to improve internet speed in NE states: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday said the proposed international Internet gateway, which will provide broadband connectivity to North East with the help of Bangladesh, would improve the quality of service in the region.

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Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday said the proposed international Internet gateway, which will provide broadband connectivity to North East with the help of Bangladesh, would improve the quality of service in the region.Unveiling the plaque for International Gateway for Internet Service, in presence of Governor Tathagata Roy and Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, Prasad said it was a classical example of cooperation from Bangladesh to allow BSNL to use 10 GB from its unspent submarine cable at Cox’s Bazaar in Bangladesh.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The international gateway for broadband connectivity is being set up here in which connectivity will be provided through Bangladesh under an agreement between state-run BSNL and Bangladesh Submarine Cable Company.Now Tripura and other North Eastern states would get the internet speed on par with Delhi or Chennai, he informed hailing Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for having “agreed to give us to use their bandwidth during our Prime Minister’s visit to Bangladesh recently.” As part of the arrangement, BSNL would pay Rs 7.2 crore to Bangladesh annually.The Union minister said improvement of the north eastern region is central to the government of India as rightly referred by the Prime Minister that “India could not develop without the development of the region.”After the connectivity is extended up to Akhaura in Bangladesh, bordering the capital city, entire North-East region would be benefitted in terms of broadband connectivity, he said.BSNL has already taken up works to lay the underground cable up to Akhaura while the remaining part would be done by Bangladesh.BSNL officials said it would take five to six months to have the connectivity from Cox’s Bazaar’s submarine cable.At present, the state is having problem with the internet facility as it depends on submarine cable in Chennai. The Tripura Chief Minister has asked BSNL authorities to be cautious regarding the quality of so that it could attain world class quality.

Rescue to resume after Nepal quake

Rescue work is to resume after the latest deadly earthquake in Nepal, as thousands of scared residents spend the night in the open.

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