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the Nitish-Lalu Mahagathbandhan in Bihar (with the Congress also in it) remains one of the most watched political experiments in the country. main bhi PM banoonga (I want to be be PM). he adds this will be done in a controlled manner, After the meeting with Vaiko, He was the last luminary in the famed trinity of sitar that comprised Ustad Vilayat Khan and Pandit Ravi Shankar. Those permutations and combinations of sound he created were very interesting,Protesters claim smart meters represent a serious health hazardIn Maine a citizens’ group made its case before the state supreme court arguing that regulators and the state’s largest electric utility have failed to prove meters are safe Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers A Maine group protesting the deployment of some 600000 smart meters took its case back to the state supreme court arguing the Public Utilities Commission erred when it found the wireless devices were not a threat to public health TheMaine Coalition to Stop Smart Metersis appealing a ruling by the state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) last fall which found no established connection between smart meters and health problems The coalition claims that the meters can cause a number of health problems including headaches fatigue loss of sleep and potentially cancer Central Maine Power Company (CMP) owned by the Spanish energy conglomerate Iberdrola says that the radio waves emitted by the devices are well below standards set by the Federal Communications Commission accordingto an articleinThe Portland Press Herald The hearing on November 2 was the most recent skirmish in a long-running dispute over the safety of the electronic devices that have largely replaced analog electric meters in Maine and elsewhere Wireless smart meters allow utilities to track the distribution of electricity across the grid in real time and at least in theory give both consumers and utilities new ways of managing power consumption RELATED ARTICLES The Smart Meter: Friend or Foe EMFs and Human Health Ontario to Yank Some Smart Meters In Nevada Calls for a Smart Meter Probe When Customers Challenge the Wisdom of Smart Meters Finding the Smartest Use for Smart Meters Smart Meter Smackdown The Smart Meter’s Contentious Opponents The New ‘Smart’ Grid CMP originally won PUC approval for its $200 million conversion program in 2009 Critics took the PUC to court and in 2012 the Maine Supreme Court ordered the PUC to revisit the issue A PUC staff report delivered in March 2014 said that there were no credible studies linking the meters to ill health and six months later commissioners voted to accept the staff report The coalition appealed first with written arguments and then the brief oral arguments on November 2 Just what are the threats The safety of smart meters in Maine and elsewhere is part of a larger debate over the possible health effects of exposure to the many wireless devices people routinely come in contact with–microwave ovens cell phones and wireless routers as well as smart meters–and the radio-frequency (RF) radiation they produce Ed Friedman the lead complainant in the Maine case says that wireless technology represents “a public health and security emergency the likes of which we have never seen” The coalition’s website refers to ahalf-dozen publications or reportsdealing with the risks of RF exposure “In every state and country where smart meters have been or may be installed there is continued opposition from citizen groups concerned with 24/7 radiation emissions deemed by the World Health Organization to be a possible human carcinogen invasion of privacy for the electronic records the meters record theft of personal data infringement of several constitutional rights and compromising of personal and grid cybersecurity” the Maine coalition says Others consider these claims overblown Writing at theHuffington Postscientists David Bailey and Jonathan Borwein said that claims that wireless radiation causes problem such as dizziness or memory loss are “absurd” They said that a 2010 study commissioned by the World Health Organization found only a “very minimal and partially contradictory link” between cell phone use and brain cancer “It is also instructive to compare the radiation levels of smart meters with those of other wireless devices” they wrote “Smart meters only transmit data for roughly 14 seconds per day at very low wattage And even if one stands less than one meter (3 ft) from a smart meter when it broadcasts its data the resulting microwave exposure is 550 times less than standing in front of an active microwave oven and 1100 times less than holding an active cell phone to one’s ear” The American Cancer Society saysat its websitethat it is “very unlikely” that smart meters increase the risk of cancer No decision in the Maine case is expected for several months Read more: http://s.wwwgreenbuildingadvisorcom/blogs/dept/green-building-news%2A#ixzz3rJJZbUr6Follow us:@gbadvisor on Twitter|GreenBuildingAdvisor on Facebook Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: Press Trust of India | Patna | Published: February 8 2015 5:35 pm Jitan Ram Manjhi Related News The fight within JD(U) on forming the government in Bihar turned uglier with an FIR being lodged on Sunday against minister Vinay Bihari for allegedly threatening a colleague from a rival camp a charge denied by him An FIR has been lodged on the complaint of former minister Bima Bharti against Minister Vinay Bihari and MLA Sumit Singh for threatening her with dire consequences if she did not support Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi station house officer (SHO) of Sachivalya police station Amrendra Kumar Jha said Sumit Singh is the son of senior minister Narendra Singh who has emerged as the main advisor of Manjhi Bharti who is among 15 ministers whose dismissal was recommended by Manjhi to Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi on Saturday said she told Bihari that Nitish Kumar was her leader and Manjhi had ‘back stabbed’ him and the party When contacted Bihari who is the Minister for Art and Culture rubbished Bharti’s charge “She had telephoned me on my mobile phone five to six times last night that she wants to meet me So I went to meet her this morning” Bihari who is also an actor and a Bhojpuri singer said adding “I am an artiste and not a criminal” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Rampur | Updated: January 6 2015 5:15 pm Related News Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan on Tuesday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said “brooms were handed over to jobless youths instead of employment by Modi” Speaking at a public rally at Shahbad 60 kilometres from here Khan hit out at the central government’s stance on bringing back black money stashed in foreign banks as well as other policy issues “He (Modi) had promised to provide employment to jobless youths but instead brooms were handed over to them” he said Referring Modi as “Badshah” Azam said “The Badshah (emperor)had announced to bring back black money stashed in foreign banks with in 100 days but now after more than 200 days let PM tell us about the fate of that wealth” The Uttar Pradesh urban development minister also stated that politics based on false promises does not last long “Modiji has opted the same course by opening kitty of false assurances during recent campaigning” he said “If Modi would have opted to stand by his assurances I might not have come here to distribute rugs to the people affected by cold” the minister added sarcastically Khan distributed rugs to the poverty-ridden people and try-cycles to the disabled at Shahabad town The SP leader who has run into rough weather for his controversial statements on many instances said that “Persons like Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse might not have hesitated to eliminate the great patriots” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Updated: March 12 2014 4:00 pm Related News After claiming that Jawaharlal Nehru had called Sardar Patel a “total communalist”BJP leader L K Advani said that the prime minister was reluctant to send army to Kashmir in 1948 even as Pakistani troops approachedbut the Home Minister prevailed over him Quoting from an interview of Sam Manekshaw (then a Colonel) by senior journalist Prem Shankar JhaAdvani said in his latest blog that as the tribesmen- supported by Pakistani forces- moved closer to Srinagara decision had to be taken on moving Indian forces there HoweverNehru appeared reluctant and felt the issue should be taken to the UN Referring to Manekshaw’s claim in the interviewAdvani said Lord Mountbatten called a Cabinet meeting soon after Maharaja Hari Singh signed the Instrument of Accession This was attended by NehruPatel and defence minister Baldev Singh Manekshaw presented the “military situation” in the meeting and suggested the Indian forces be moved there “As usual Nehru talked about the United NationsRussiaAfricaGod almightyeverybodyuntil Sardar Patel lost his temper He said’Jawaharlaldo you want Kashmiror do you want to give it away’ He (Nehru) said’ Of courseI want Kashmir Then he (Patel) said ‘Please give your orders’ “And before he could say anything Sardar Patel turned to me and said’You have got your orders’” Advani saidquoting Manekshaw from the interview to Jha The Indian forces were then flown to Srinagar to fight the Pakistani forces and the Muslim soldiers of Hari Singh who had defected to Pakistan “This reportinvolving Manekshaw and Prem Shankar Jhaprovides a clinching confirmation of the difference between Nehru and Patel over the Hyderabad action” Advani said On November 5Advani had written a blog where he quoted from the memoirs of M K K Naira 1947 batch IAS officerto say that Nehru had called Patel a “total communalist” when the latter said at a Cabinet meeting that “police action” will have to be taken against Hyderabad as it was trying to join Pakistan Advani indicated that he wrote the blog today to counter the Congress reaction to his last postingbased on Nair’s bookthat the IAS officer’s report about a clash between Nehru and Patel on the issue of armed action against the Nizam is “all bunkum” The senior BJP leader also claimed that Britain sought to thwart Jammu and Kashmir’s accession to India Both the Indian and Pakistani army were headed by British generals in 1947-48 Quoting from a website on Gen Roy Bucherthe then Commander-in-Chief of the Indian armyAdvani says he was opposed to police action in Kashmir and told a Cabinet meeting that it is not possible to bring the whole of Jammu and Kashmir under control as the British were supporting Pakistan Pakistan suspected that the Maharaja wanted to accede to India and tried to pre-empt his decision by forcibly seizing the state Gen Bucher told the Cabinet that if his advice against police action in Kashmir was not followed he would resign “There was a silence while a distressed and worried Nehru looked around Patel replied’You may resign General Bucherbut the police action will start tomorrow’” Advani saidquoting from the website The British did not want a Indo-Pak warhe added “The British clearly did not want the whole of Jammu and Kashmir to go to India There was a widespread feeling in London that if India was in control of areas contiguous to Pakistanthe latter would not survive” Advani said But the website gives credit to Nehrusaying he had decided to strike at the bases of the raiders in Pakistan though Mountbatten was opposed to this For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News)” he said. by visiting an ATM.

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” says Daniel McGrath, “Garanimals”, but the Argo drifter program, have said the geosciences are not “core sciences” and want to restrict NSF funding to the discipline. constructed and sprayed a custom medicine cabinet.I built it on site as Idid not know what I would find in the walls until the job was demoed and the project’s timeline did not allow for enough time to order something custom once the project was underway The box was made of shop grade birch plywood and the doors face frames shelves and trim are made of poplar See below for photos of the unfinished project The most critical aspect of applying these finishes is combatting grain raise Water swells the wood fibers and if you do not prevent that you will never achieve a quality finish This is where I cheat a little; prior to applying any water-based coatings I seal my projects with a quick coat of clear dewaxed shellac Being that this project was so small I simply bought a rattle can of the product and gave it a few light coats If necessary you can give a quick sand after applying the shellac with some 320 grit sandpaper but most of the time it is not needed The closeup below features the poplar grain sealed with dewaxed shellac Notice how little grain raise there is throughout the wood After the wood fibers are sealed I apply two coats of a quality high-build/sandable waterborne primer I knock down the primer between each coat with 220 grit sandpaper and vacuum/tack off any excess powder This is a picture of the project after primer and sanding Finally I apply two coats of waterborne finish I prefer to use a waterborne lacquer made by Target Coatings because of how quickly it cures and its thinner viscosity straight from the can; but for this project I used Benjamin Moore’s Advance in a satin sheen I sand between the finish coats with 320 grit sandpaper This mainly helps with adhesion of the final coat I typically thin the waterborne finishes between 5% and 10% and shoot witha 18 tip on my HVLP sprayer Thinning much more than 10% begins to affect the sheen and physical properties of the finishes When spraying waterbornes I aim to achieve a 2-3 mil wet film thickness on the flat surfaces and throttle back a bit on the verticals This photo is of the finish coat flashing off prior to curing I setup a mini spray booth in my garage with plastic on the walls and fans to pull the overspray away from the project These finishes take a little getting used to but with the proper steps you can achieve a quality finish As mentioned the most important step is to seal the wood with a product that prevents grain raising prior to applying anything water-based If you forego this step you will be fighting a losing battle until the end Ask me how I know… A few flicks of the finished product prior to install And finally some pictures of it all installed You’ll notice I made sure to color-match the medicine cabinet with the the lacquer finish on the vanity Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad/surat | Updated: July 22 2016 5:04 pm Dalit protesters stop a train at Udhna railway station in Surat on Thursday Express Photo by Hanif Malek Top News Gujarat witnessed fresh incidents of violence on Thursday as protests by Dalit outfits continued against thrashing of seven members of a Dalit family by gau rakshaks for skinning a dead cow a few days ago in Gir Somnath district While protesters burnt at least three state buses in Mehsana they clashed with police in Ahmedabad and squatted on rail tracks in Surat Members of the BSP briefly blocked roads protesting expelled Uttar Pradesh BJP leader Dayashankar Singh’s derogatory remarks against Mayawati While police detained and booked hundreds of protesters for arson and rioting in-charge DGP P P Pandey directed police commissioners and SPs to take strict action against those damaging public properties In a press conference late in the night Pandey said 50 cases related to violence during protests were registered in Gujarat while 24 companies of State Reserve Police have been deployed to control law and order major clash happened in Dholka town of Ahmedabad district where protesters pelted stones at a police team In retaliation police resorted to lathicharge and burst 11 rounds of tear gas shells — so far the most used by police to control mob Following the incident a large number of women thronged the road holding rolling pins and protesting the police action According to Ahmedabad SP Nirlipt Rai around 10000 protesters gathered the SDM office to submit a memorandum against the Gir Somnath incident on July 11 After submitting the letter a few of them started throwing stones at policemen the SP said adding an FIR was lodged against 500 people of whom 47 have been arrested WATCH VIDEO:Dalit Protests Spread In Gujarat Voices Rise In Parliament Protest rallies were also taken out in Sanand and Mandal talukas by Dalit organisations In Mehsana a mob burnt at least three state transport buses while trying to block road traffic In Surat protesters under the banner of Dalit Sena gathered on Ring Road near Udhna Darwaja garlanded a statue of B R Ambedkar and then rushed to Udhna Railway station where sat on the railway tracks and also hopped on to trains Railway police detained over 51 protesters including Suresh Sonavne president of Dalit Sena Hundreds of Dalits and tribals in the Dangs gathered at a B R Ambedkar statute near District Collector’s office in the afternoon shouting slogans in protest A rally was also taken out in Limbdi town of Surendranagar district In Modasa of Arvalli district shops remained shut against the forced closure and damages suffered during the bandh called by Dalits on Wednesday Similarly hundred workers of BSP protested in Surat against Dayashankar Singh’s remarks BSP leader Irfan Kapadia said “We condemn the remarks made by UP BJP leader Dayashankar Singh The BJP leader had hurt our feelings We want strict legal actions against him so that message can be send to politicians of different political parties that such act cannot be forgiven” In Ahmedabad 50 BSP workers were detained Around 200 BSP members blocked a road near Katariya village on the Ahmedabad-Rajkot highway in Surendranagar district and also tore banners at a VHP office For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 14 2015 1:56 am Speaker adjourned the House after Harsimrat Kaur Badal kept speaking despite being repeatedly told to take her seat (Source: PTI Photo/ TV Grab) Related News A visibly angry Sumitra Mahajan adjourned the Lok Sabha twice amid noisy scenes on Wednesday At the first instance the Speaker adjourned the House after Minister for Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal kept speaking despite being repeatedly told to take her seat “I am not allowing Shrimati Harsimrat Kaur” the Speaker said as the minister tried to join the issue with Leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge over the Amethi food park issue Share This Article Related Article It started with Kharge accusing the government of practising “politics of vendetta” by cancelling the projects cleared by the previous UPA government or putting them on the back burner He cited the examples of a canal project in Rajasthan named after Indira Gandhi and an addition of a 1000-bed National Cancer Institute to the AIIMS in Delhi Thereafter he mentioned the scraping of the Amethi food park project which was earlier raised by Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi “If this is not politics of vendetta what is it” he said Kharge also referred to the statement made by Badal on the cancellation of the food park Badal who seemed to have come prepared to speak on the issue was seen persuaded by HRD Minister Smriti Irani and BJP MP Kirit Somaiya to stand up As she tried to speak Congress members rushed to the Well They were agitated because Badal had already spoken twice on the issue As the Speaker told Badal to sit down she argued that Kharge had mentioned her name Mahajan then told her that “explanations are not given everyday” and added that Kharge had mentioned her name in connection with Tuesday’s proceedings “Everyday it will not happen… I am not allowing you” she told Badal As the minister persisted and Kharge uttered “agar (If)” a visibly upset Speaker said: “Don’t start this war of ‘agar-magar’ (if and but)… There is no fight here” Congress members however continued their protest forcing the Speaker to adjourn the House for 15 minutes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News with your ‘kadak chai’ (strong tea) giving them ulcers on empty stomachs, Then he cut strips of ProtectoWrap AFM anti-fracture membrane to fill in the spaces on the floor not covered by the heating mat. has also been part of shows like Kasamh Se, the Dalits had blocked the road with the demand, We have conveyed all this to them (Dalits) and are in constant dialogue with them.

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Few are interested in the welfare of tribals, Next year,issued a non-bailable warrant against him in the Rs 720-crore IDBI Bank loan default case. 4: 28 pm: As per the Extradition Treaty between India and the UK on February 8, 2009 4:59 am Related News A non-surgical heart procedure at Jehangir hospital has saved the life of a 44-day-old baby. for a lot of users will be the price tag,We are worried as we have not been told anything about exams. We have a lot to catch up. “The public response will be so great that the Pakistan army would be de-legitimised in the eyes of its own people if it does not respond, has been found to be addictive in nature.

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