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The 4000 retired experts are providing free advice in fields such as papertextiles spinningcementcyclesautomobilesengineeringagriculturefood processingdairypharmaceuticalschemicals and packaging The experts travel all across the worldaccording to John de Bruijncountry co-ordinatorIndia North/West of PUM Netherlandswho was in the city They also organise seminars to make people aware An industrial interaction was held with PUM Netherlands senior experts for SMEs under Free Assistance Programme for Developing Countries at CICU Complex on Saturday evening Avtar SinghCICU general secretarysaid technical expertise plays an important role in the growth of SMEs Small enterprises can rarely afford technical experts and professionals But experts providing free assistance can be helpful for small units PUM Netherlands advisors offer advice for upgradation of technologyintroduction to new techniquesmarketing and management During 2012the concentration of PUM assistance programme will be on business linksincluding joint ventures and collaboration with Dutch companies This meeting was attending by T R MisrapresidentFederation of Dyeing Factories AssociationGurmeet Singh KularpresidentUnited Cycle and Parts Manufacturing AssociationIshwar SinghpresidentFocal Point Industries Welfare AssociationS K SayalSayal OverseasSwarn SinghBins Autoand many others For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 22 2013 5:13 am Related News Not ruling out the possibility that the 17-year-old girl was gangraped in a police vehiclea team of Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) on Saturday searched three PCR vans in which the five accused patrolled in the last three months Victims laywerBerjeshwar S Jaswalsaidthe girl was physically assaulted in a PCR vehicle Howeverit is yet to be established whether the girl was also raped inside the vehicle A few blankets were collected by a team of the biology division of CFSL The three vans as well as the two rooms rented by four of the five accused were inspected by CFSL on Saturday Sources saidpolice collected the uniform and other belongings of the accused from the two rooms We want to check every possible angle in the case Thereforewe have not ruled out the possibility of rape inside the PCR vehicle We have formed an SIT to investigate the case Stillif the family wants the case to be transferred to an independent agencywe have no objection? sacrifices, It involves hours of training,256 victories. Misbah-ul-Haq’s side, We trailed them and caught him. mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAs Maharashtra’s farm loan waiver increasingly comes under Opposition criticism and media scrutiny former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan has written to Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel seeking an inquiry into the issue In his letter Chavan referred to an article on Firstpost which pointed out that the number of loan accounts reported by public sector banks to the state government was initially exaggerated by about 910 lakhs He also referred to an article in The Indian Express which said that the Union Bank of India initially gave an estimate of 648 lakh defaulting farmers which was later brought down to 134 lakhs by the state government "As a result the loan disbursement process in the state has collapsed leaving millions of farmers in (the) lurch" the letter which was sent on 29 November states Prithviraj Chavan has lashed out at the role of the banks which resulted in mismanagement of the scheme "The implementation of the (farm loan waiver) scheme has hit a serious roadblock as the banks both the public sector and co-operative were found to have inflated the number of farm loan accounts by about 14 lakhs" he wrote However he has also stated that there could be a ‘problem in the state government’s online application process and not in the bank data’ The letter sent by Prithviraj Chavan to RBI Governor Urjit Patel Sanjay Sawant/Firstpost In June this year the State Level Bankers Committee announced that Rs 34022 crore was sanctioned to be deposited in 89 lakh beneficiary accounts However the number dropped sharply to 7729 lakh accounts owing to stringent screening methods removing the scope of ghost accounts and multiple beneficiaries from the same family In an interview to Firstpost on 25 November Chavan alleged that Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis is using the loan waiver as a ‘publicity tool’ He said that the government must either file a criminal case against the banks or the chief minister should ‘reveal the truth about the mess’ Chavan further stated that the requirement of Aadhaar cards and the complexity of the application form— with 66 sections to be filled— affected the rollout of the scheme As this report points out the state government initially received 105 crore applications from farmers The banks furnished a list of 7729 lakh who according to their records were eligible for the waiver But a combined master list by Innowave— the government’s IT vendor— had only 239 lakh valid applicants Mismatches in Aadhaar numbers incorrect names and loan amounts have led to delays in the disbursement of the loan waiver As a result of the technical glitches very few farmers have actually received the benefit of the scheme as yet With the winter session of the Legislative Assembly to begin on 11 December in Nagpur the Devendra Fadnavis-led government is expected to be at the receiving end of severe criticism as Opposition parties have been lashing out at it over the scheme Mumbai: Shiv Sena on Friday backed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks that secularism was the "most misused" term and hit out at Congress alleging that it effected constitutional amendments to suit its "dirty politics" The party said that the Dalit population has over the years realised that Congress has used the ‘divide-and-rule formula’ to serve its "selfish politics" of votebank Representational image AFP "The Congress ensured that walls of caste creed and religion were permanent The word secularism has been misused in our country" the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece Saamna "The Constitution was framed to ensure that the country remains a strong sovereign nation But several amendments were made for dirty politics In the Shah Bano case constitutional amendment was made to overturn a historic Supreme Court verdict" the ruling alliance partner alleged Because of such instances the country’s sovereignty is under threat it said "Secularism is the most misused word in the country Its misuse should come to an end Because of the rampant misuse of the word there have been instances of tension in the society" Rajanth had said on Thursday during a debate on the ‘Commitment to India’s Constitution’ as part of 125th birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar in Lok Sabha Singh had also said that Ambedkar the architect of the Constitution had never thought of putting the term ‘secularism’ in the Preamble but it was incorporated through an amendment in 1976 "The words ‘socialist’ and ‘secular’ were incorporated in the Preamble through the 42nd amendment of the Constitution We have no objection" he said Referring to the debate in Lok Sabha the Saamna editorial slammed the Congress for claiming that Ambedkar his constitutional framework and its implementation were all because of the party "The Dalit population has over the years realised that the Congress which ensured Ambedkar’s defeat in the Lok Sabha polls has used the ‘divide-and-rule formula’ and used followers of Ambedkar for their selfish politics as votebank" the Sena further alleged The celebration of Constitution Day would be meaningful if wisdom dawns on selfish politicians not to use these words the editorial opined PTI Written by Shiny Varghese | Updated: March 5 2017 12:22 pm Charting their own course — From L to R: Chitra Vishwanath Brinda Somaya and Sheila Sri Prakash Related News Histories of women are seldom narrated much less of those in the design realm be it Ray Eames who needed a Pat Kirkham to bring her out of her husband Charles’s shadow or closer home Urmila Eulie Chowdhury who worked closely with Le Corbusier in the planning of Chandigarh but rarely finds a mention in conversations around its making The male-dominated space of architecture has little room for women to practice the profession without male partners We speak to three women architects in the country who set up offices on their own steam stayed conscious of their values and questioned the very definition of architecture Brinda Somaya Somaya and Kalappa Consultants Mumbai Can you tell us about a project that gave you insights into the act of architecture In 1995 we were working on the revitalisation of the Nityanand Ashram outside Bombay The clients wanted a plaza near the temple for the flower-sellers We built them nice shops but they refused to move in We later realised that we had never asked them what they wanted They needed shops that could be raised so that they could store unsold flowers in the dark a space for water etc So no matter how big or small a project is if you don’t understand why and what you are building then there’s no point to it In your four decades of practice you have done hotels and slum housing commercial and conservation projects As an architect what satisfies youthe most We have built across the country from the Himalayas to south India from Kolkata to Jharkhand We believe in doing pro bono projects; it accounts for about 20 per cent of our work There was a project in Badli Kutch soon after the 2001 earthquake When I got there people were out in the cold their houses had been turned to rubble They wanted to build on their original parcels of land close to their own neighbours So we did an accurate survey and built it in a grid pattern just as they had desired During my first visit I saw a little girl sleeping in the open When we went there the last time she had gone to another village because she’s now in high school It gave me an immense sense of satisfaction We as architects are privileged We have the creativity and ability to innovate new forms restore and rebuild As the chairperson of the School of Planning and Architecture Vijaywada what do you have to say about the process of selection for the Amaravati Capital Complex project Our biggest tragedy as a profession is that there are not enough architects and urban planners who can effect change Cities should not be planned in government offices; urban designers have a role to play When a committee is formed it should have 90 per cent professionals but often it’s mere tokenism I’m not against foreign architects We have collaborated with many international firms But we have to understand whom we are building for What was it like when you began Somaya and Kalappa Consultants in 1978 I never dreamt that I would build as I did I began work in my own garden shed with no business plan My husband was in the army and we moved around quite a bit There were times when I said I was an architect but would be introduced as an interior designer I built a body of work slowly and steadily You’ve spoken in the past of women labourers on construction sites and the wage discrepancies they suffer which male architects often overlook Do you think women architects respond differently to issues It is not necessarily gender-based Over the years many architects who worked in our firm have been men but they have been equally sensitive on a construction site Though Zaha Hadid is quoted to have said that the well-being of construction labourers isn’t her responsibility It really depends on an individual What’s on your drawing board that excites you currently We are the exhibition designers for a travelling show ‘India and the World: A History in Nine Stories’ It has been planned as a celebration of 70 years of India’s independence and will show objects and artwork from specific periods of India’s history besides iconic objects from the British Museum collection We will also open a campus in Indore soon that will house 1500 engineers These projects epitomise the breadth of our work as a firm Chitra Vishwanath Biome Solutions Bangalore Chitra Vishwanath doesn’t believe in walls Be it the four walls of a house or the separation of water energy and food from the act of building itself Her own home-cum-studio in Vidyaranyapura north Bangalore has minimal doors maximum windows and spaces with ample air and light that obey the diurnal movement of the sun While many professionals speak of green architecture like a coat of paint on a wall Vishwanath puts it to practice “How does one manage water and sanitation in an urban context We don’t just do a one-off home outside the city We build in the city for salaried common people Even if it is a 600 sq ft plot it will have daylight and rainwater harvested” says Vishwanath Her firm Biome Environmental Solutions was created from the merger of Chitra Vishwanath Architects and Rainwater Club founded by her husband — engineer and water warrior S Vishwanath — in 2008 Vishwanath evangelises the use of stabilised mud blocks as an alternative to bricks — their own home became the testing lab: from recycling wastewater to solar cooking and a waterless toilet “We scooped out soil to make a basement though we didn’t know if it would work But today we insist that every house should have a basement because it’s cooler We built a mezzanine and went about placing thermometers in every room to check the temperature On cold nights the mezzanine is the warmest place We also learnt that placing bedrooms lower than the kitchen can be a problem for an ageing parent” says the 54-year-old Vishwanath’s penchant for making came from her sculptor father who often has visitors like KG Subramanyan visiting their home “We made our own cabinets and if it didn’t work we reworked them My father was always talking about new materials and experimenting We would talk about construction as a profession as a craft as an act” she says Is skilled manpower a challenge to her engineered buildings “As architects you imagine someone else to be born with the skills and all that architects need to do is spout jargon and wear black The question is: what are you expecting Are you expecting a wall to be beautiful or the space to be beautiful lf you make good spaces and there’s a little flaw on the wall it’s okay it’s wabi-sabi the Japanese acceptance of imperfection What good is a perfect wall but a poor space Should we make regurgitated designs for a glossy foreign magazine or are we looking at how to empower an agricultural labourer in the city during the dry months to feed his family” For Vishwanath engaging with the city and people has little to do with brick and mortar “I work in my area mostly with women garbage collectors What I’m personally interested in are the inclusive play spaces we are creating for children with disabilities We have been partnering with Kilikili a registered trust formed by parents of children with special needs” she says Ultimately being a woman in a man’s world has never been a problem for Vishwanath who studied civil engineering before architecture at the Centre for Environment Planning and Technology (CEPT) University Ahmedabad Not only does she know how to cost a building but she also has a nuanced understanding of structural details “Often it’s your own peers whom you have to confront Would Zaha Hadid be lampooned as much if she were a man” she says Sheila Sri Prakash Shilpa Architects Chennai Is there a difference between “ready-made space” and “space in the making” Architect Sheila Sri Prakash finds her rhythm in the latter As a Bharatanatyam artiste much of her sense of movement and space comes from dance “Both my dance and architecture are connected Both involve line and movement One learns how rhythm can be created and broken and how boundaries are set As a dancer one is always creating a storyline an ambience for the audience It’s that space in your head before it’s enacted where a river flows and the mountain lies” says 61-year-old Prakash Her practice Shilpa Architects that was launched in 1979 has seen the construction of civic commercial residential and industrial buildings across Tamil Nadu but it didn’t come easy for the award-winning architect A professor at the School of Architecture and Planning in Chennai asked her at the entry interview if she would be depriving another student; clients told her to design for free because she’s a woman — Prakash battled indifference and scepticism early in her career But she learnt to balance cynicism with craft If the Cholamandal Centre for Contemporary Art in Chennai honours artists of the Madras Movement the Mahindra World City Club draws from the cultural heritage of Kanchipuram Her response to the materiality of materials is based on its usage “I love the earthy quality of brick and its porosity and the transparency of glass Today people put a film over glass place it in the wrong direction which generates too much heat We need to ask: why are we placing these windows Is it only for a view Or is it for air Can its proportions change” At a conference on steel last year Prakash spoke of its sculptural possibilities Though she seldom uses it in her own buildings she asked if the profession could move beyond the industrial use of steel and allow it the movement it affords like in Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava’s Milwaukee Art Museum where the moveable roof spans out like wings based on the position of the sun Prakash’s idea of sustainable design in cities values the role of multiple participants “It’s like an orchestra where you include the movement and silences of every member The reciprocity of design is a value system for urban design indicators which bring holistic sustainability You can’t design without considering climate availability of water human potential and social values” says Prakash who has presented this idea of urban design in forums in India and abroad Yet Chennai stays close to her heart even if her army upbringing had her travelling across the country “I’m from Chennai and the artistic values I received from the city and my gurus are strong within me These values are our strength; it’s what differentiates us from the others” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsEfforts to hammer out a consensus on the Goods and Services Tax bill gathered momentum on Thursday for its likely tabling in the Rajya Sabha next week with the government reaching out to opposition parties even as the Congress described the exercise as "constructive and positive" Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanyam today held several rounds of talks with leaders of Congress and other parties including the Samajwadi Party JD(U) and CPI(M) Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram Anand Sharma and Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha participated in the discussions with Jaitley There were two rounds with the Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi PTI "Serious effort is being made to bring a consensus on the GST bill" Sharma said without disclosing details on whether the Congress was insisting on its standing about putting a cap on the levy in the Constitution bill Congress sources said party Vice President Rahul Gandhi also expects a positive outcome from these consultations They said the discussions have entered a "decisive and positive phase" "Talks are on with various parties on GST and so far things are moving forward as expected" a senior government functionary said adding the effort is on to present it in the Rajya Sabha next week Sources say Jaitley told the opposition leaders that government wants to bring consensus on the GST and was ready for talks with any leader even during the weekend to hear out and address their concerns on the issue A top congress leader however said they were awaiting the draft of the legislation after "extensive talks" with the government and hoped for a "positive outcome" At the meeting of Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of Upper House today evening the GST bill was not discussed as it has already earmarked five hours for the bill last week Jaitley also met SP leader Ram Gopal Yadav and CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury and held talks with other leaders also Sources add that the government is also in touch with AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa on the key bill Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked to Yadav when the Rajya Sabha was adjourned briefly during the Question Hour Modi remained seated in the House during the brief adjournment and spoke to Yadav and another SP member Neeraj Shekhar Meanwhile five parties including the Left on Thursday asked the Centre to assure states that their financial needs will be taken care of before the GST Bill is brought which they allege seeks to take away states’ right to raise resources This was conveyed by them to Jaitley when leaders of the parties in Rajya Sabha belonging CPI(M) CPI Trinamool Congress Samajwadi Party and BJD met him CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury said the Constitution amendment bill would make the states "to come with a begging bowl to the Centre placing them at the Centre’s mercy" He said the GST Bill would deprive the states of their "right to raise resources" through sales tax surcharge or cess "The state governments will be deprived of their only right to raise revenue as this right will be abolished with the Bill" as they would not be able to impose any cess even during an emergency or natural disaster he said adding that this was conveyed to the Finance Minister at the meeting "The GST Bill is only meant for imposing a tax It does not deal with Centre-State relations So a resolution has to be found outside the Bill and the government has to come out with an assurance" the CPI(M) leader said adding that "we will have to see how the government addresses this issue" Regarding the meeting Yechury said "we were merely informed about the discussion the government had with the Congress There was no scope for a discussion" He also said there is "nothing in writing so far" on what the latest bill actually says Accusing the Narendra Modi government of going by the strength of the parties in Parliament to hold discussions on the GST Bill he said "so we are immaterial in terms of number of seats we have It is a game between the BJP and the Congress" Asked whether Jaitley indicated by when the bill will be brought to Rajya Sabha the CPI(M) leader said "there is no indication It will all depend on what is happening between the BJP and the Congress" The government is working to address the concerns raised by opposition parties including Congress on the Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill known as the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill The Bill seeks to introduce a system for uniform taxation across the country and has been pending for a long time Technical Director Andrew Green added: “It’s definitely a?” European Council President Donald Tusk cautioned.

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