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Also,s place).honestly and devotes himself assiduously to the performance of his duty to the post, the judge said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Delhi | Published: December 1 2015 1:40 am St Stephen’s College on North campus Related News The recording secretary of St Stephen’s College governing body (GB) resigned Monday reportedly in protest against the proposed amendments in the institution’s 102-year-old constitution said sources The GB meeting was held despite eight members abstaining added the sources “The GB recording secretary Sanjeev Grewal head of the Economics department resigned from the post this morning” said the sources Officials were unwilling to speak on record over the development A draft circulated by principal Valson Thampu proposing changes in the constitution was to be discussed at the meeting The meeting went on for nearly seven hours though only 10 of 18 members were present Currently St Stephen’s GB has two teacher representatives instead of four and they too abstained leaving the meeting short of quorum The Supreme Council and the GB of the college have authority to cancel vary or amend rules affecting their respective functions provided this is done at two special meetings of these bodies called for the purpose at which at least two-thirds of the members will be present and a two-thirds majority is obtained as per the institution’s constitution Thampu as well as the remaining GB members were tight-lipped about the discussions at the meeting Thampu who is retiring in February next year has come up with a draft in which he has proposed that the principal be empowered to take disciplinary action against students or staff irrespective of the GB’s opinion He has also called for giving a major say to the Church of North India (CNI) in the functioning of the college handing over the powers to appoint faculty and admissions to its Supreme Council and recasting the composition of the GB The draft also proposes to replace the St Stephen’s College Trust which currently runs the college with a St Stephen’s Educational Society that will have the power to establish Stephen’s-like private institutions across the country While St Stephen’s faculty as well as the staff association have rejected the proposed amendments and urged the GB to delay the process if any till Thampu retires CNI members have come out in support saying the amendments will be in benefit of students and the institution The faculty members have also raised concerns that St Stephen’s has not held any consultations with Delhi University (DU) and the University Grants Commission (UGC) According to DU statutes any such move without consultation with the varsity’s Executive Council is in violation of the rules and might result in derecognition of the college It may also result in the prestigious college losing funds from the UGC which currently provides 95 per cent funding to the institution with the remaining coming from the CNI-controlled St Stephen’s Trust For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: June 1 2015 10:08 am Prince Jackson’s younger sister Paris in particular seemed “very proud” of him (Source: Instagram) Related News King of Pop Michael Jackson’s son Prince graduated from Buckley High School in Sherman Oaks California Prince 18 was joined by his grandmother Katherine Jackson sister Paris Jackson and several other relatives reported Us magazine “When they announced his name the whole Jackson family stood up and cheered and whistled Prince was ecstatic as he crossed the stage and picked up his diploma” an eyewitness said The onlooker added that Prince’s family sat in the front row for the ceremony and the graduate posed for photos with his loved ones at the reception His younger sister Paris in particular seemed “very proud” of him For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: July 5 2016 12:44 am Simona Halep will play Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber in the last eight(Source: Reuters) Top News Romanian fifth seed Simona Halep recovered to beat an emotional and hobbling Madison Keys 6-7(5) 6-4 6-3 and reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals for the second time in her career on Monday The 24-year-old was heading out when she fell a break behind in the second set having squandered four set points to surrender the opener but she battled back and then took ruthless advantage as Keys appeared to suffer a leg injury She will play Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber in the last eight The first eight games were full of high-quality clean hitting before a strange sequence of games saw both players go off the boil in equalmeasure Halep broke when she lunged to reach a poor Keys volley and scooped the ball inadvertently over the 21-year-old American’s head But she let her opponent off the hook double-faulting on two of the four set points that came her way when she served at 5-4 in the openingset Keys also saved one with a sizzling backhand return of serve Immediately Halep broke the powerful Keys serve to love but once again faltered at 6-5 as the American flashed a forehand winner one of 16 in the match to take the opener into a tiebreak Ninth seed Keys the youngest player to reach the fourth round this year surged ahead in the breaker and claimed it 7-5 with another crunching forehand winner into an open court One of the matches of the day is living up to its billing Keys fends off four set points to lead Halep 7-6 3-3 pictwittercom/2HMG0cWUpW — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) 4 July 2016 When Halep double-faulted and then sent a backhand long to drop serve at the start of the second set and Keys held with a huge ace to lead 2-0 the end looked nigh But Halep whose semi-final appearance two years ago disguises an ordinary Wimbledon record is made of sterner stuff and worked her wayback breaking back in the fourth game as the errors returned to the Keys game Keys netted a forehand to hand the second set to a resurgent Halep and the decider became an ordeal for the American as she looked in discomfort and close to tears with a leg injury Surprisingly Keys playing some shots off one leg did not call for the trainer and Halep calmly moved 5-3 ahead sealing victory when Keys belted a forehand out For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 15 2016 1:49 am Top News EVEN AS Maharashtra remains in the grip of a deep agrarian crisis and cases of farmer suicides continue to rise a discussion on farm relief measures in the Legislative Assembly ended with the BJP government and the Opposition trading blows and levelling allegations against each other The debate over extending a loan waiver to drought-hit farmers was lost amid the din With Maharashtra facing a third drought in four years official government statistics show that 3228 farmers in the state ended their lives in 2015 the highest ever in the state’s history The state government however disbursed relief in 1841 cases as only these were found eligible for aid as per prevalent norms Share This Article Related Article In the Legislative Assembly policy makers discussed the crisis over three days But it ended with the Treasury and the Opposition benches intensifying hostilities Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis himself got into a verbal duel with senior Opposition legislators while his senior minister Prakash Mehta was seen storming into the well and egging members from the ruling side to join him in jeering the Opposition While the Opposition’s persistent demand for a loan waiver for farmers led to the flare-up Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Eknath Khadse did announce some new relief measures for farmers He said “The government had decided to waive all conditions for extending relief assistance to families of farmers who have committed suicide” The earlier process for extending relief in such cases was to verify if a farmer had been forced to end his life owing to crop failure or farm loan arrears “We have decided to waive it” Khadse declared A financial aid of Rs 1 lakh is extended to such families Khadse also declared that the relief assistance after a farmer’s death in a natural calamity would be increased from Rs 15 lakh to Rs 4 lakh whereas a financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh would be provided to families of farmers who die in man-made accidents Khadse also announced some drought mitigation measures that the government plans to unveil as the water scarcity has now spread beyond the three districts of Latur Beed and Osmanabad all in Marathwada He conceded that there was severe drought in the state He said this was the first time in the state’s history that it had to declare relief in rabi areas “The state has received the highest-ever Central assistance” he said “The state has been forced to announce a drought-like situation even in areas of rabi cultivation for the first time in its history A paucity of water has seen kharif crop production go down by 22 per cent The rabi crop production is also expected to decline by 25 per cent this year” Khadse announced declaring that the government would distribute free seeds for cultivation in the coming season for distressed farmers The discussion flared up after Nationalist Congress Party MLA Jayant Patil a former finance minister questioned the CM’s claim that his government had allocated Rs 18000 crore for drought relief so far and demanded an account of this expenditure Hitting out at the Opposition for ‘politicising’ the farm crisis Fadnavis alleged that the Congress-NCP government had just spent Rs 5000 crore for farm relief in 15 years when it was in power In a combative mood Fadnavis even labelled the ministers of the previous Congress-NCP regime in Maharashtra as ‘scamsters’ and blamed them for the ongoing farm crisis Former CM Prithviraj Chavan had earlier fired a barb at the Fadnavis government “The government takes on a Rs 7000-crore burden for suspending local body tax It waives off toll But it does not want to give a loan waiver even as this can contain farm suicides” the Congress MLA had said in the House Countering the allegation Fadnavis said his government had allocated over Rs 18000 crore for farm relief including Rs 8000 crore that were distributed last year and the remaining that were earmarked in December while alleging that the previous regime had spent just Rs 5000 crore in 15 years This saw the Opposition MLAs storm into the well and raise slogans against the government Amid the uproar Patil asked Fadnavis to give an account of the Rs 18000 crore Targeting the Opposition Fadnavis accused the Congress-NCP government of extending Rs 50000 crore in concessions to industries He also alleged that the Rs 70000-crore scam in the irrigation sector was responsible for the state’s agrarian crisis The political rhetoric saw members from both the ruling and Opposition benches come face to face in the well of the house Housing Minister Prakash Mehta was among those who stormed into the well The CM had to get his minister to go back to his seat after the Speaker questioned how a minister was standing in the well Earlier Khadse had also demanded that relief measures for water scarcity would be extended even to distressed areas where the crop production was above drought norms He also announced that tankers would be permitted to lift an additional 25 per cent water for supply to animals in drought areas while declaring fresh delegation of powers for drought relief He also announced that the state government had approached the Centre for grant of Rs 35000-60000 per hectare for revival of the horticultural farms under the National Horticultural Mission The Opposition however continued to press for a loan waiver Khadse also fired a salvo at the Opposition alleging that Rs 70000 crore announced by the Congress-NCP government in 2007-08 was followed by a rise in farmer suicides For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News

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