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Sunita Williams among 9 astronauts for NASA’s new private space flight programme


This will be the first space shuttle launches from the US since 2011.







The United States’ National Aeronautics and Space Administration on Friday named nine astronauts for the first trip to the International Space Station on a commercially built spacecraft. An astronaut of Indian origin Sunita Williams is among the nine.

This will be the first space shuttle launches from the US since it retired its space shuttle in 2011. The astronauts will fly Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX’s Crew Dragon. The test flights with crew will take place mid-2019, NASA said.


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[h=1]TN cracks whip on home-birthing practice[/h]




Chennai: Taking a serious view of reports about women going in for 'natural birthing' at home resulting in deaths, the Directorate of Public Health (DPH) has warned that only institutional delivery of babies was approved by the State government.

“Conducting home deliveries by watching YouTube videos or inspired by movies is not a wise thing to do. MBBS doctors, midwives and staff nurses registered under the Indian Nursing Council and village health nurses are qualified persons to conduct deliveries,” an advisory said.

It is to be noted that cases of young couples opting for home birthing is on the rise.

Yesterday, police in Madurai arrested an engineer, Kannan (29) for preventing health officials from attending to his wife who was in labour at home.

The couple were adamant about having their baby delivery at home after the hospital said she would have to undergo a Cesarean section (C Section).

The couple came home in active labour and even refused to cut the umbilical cord, instead waited for it to wither away.

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தூய்மை இந்தியா திட்டத்தால் லட்சம் மரணங்கள் தவிர்ப்பு






புதுடில்லி : பிரதமர் மோடி தலைமையிலான, மத்திய அரசின் தூய்மை இந்தியா திட்டத்தால், வயிற்றுப்போக்கின் மூலம் ஏற்பட இருந்த 1.8 லட்சம் நபர்களின் மரணங்கள் தடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன. இந்த திட்டத்திற்காக, மத்திய அரசிற்கு உலக சுகாதார நிறுவனம் பாராட்டு தெரிவித்துள்ளது.

தூய்மை இந்தியா திட்டத்தின் கீழ், 2019 அக்டோபருக்குள் கழிப்பறைகளை அமைத்து 3 லட்சம் உயிர்களை, மரணங்களிலிருந்து காக்க இலக்கு நிர்ணயிக்கப்பட்டிருந்த நிலையில், அதில் மத்திய அரசு வெற்றி பெற்றுள்ளதாக தெரிவிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.

Source: http://www.dinamalar.com/news_detail.asp?id=2075128

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Ahead of SC hearing on Article 35A, Jammu and Kashmir braces for 2-day shutdown, BJP says 'ready for debate'





National Conference (NC) protested on Saturday demanding the continuation of Article 35A |Photo Credit: ANI
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The Supreme Court is expected to hear a clutch of petitions on August 6, seeking the quashing of the controversial article 35A which grants special status to permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday said that it was ready for a debate over the contentious Article 35A of the Constitution, which guarantees special status to permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir. Saturday also witnessed protests across the state over the sensitive issue, while the separatists' groups called for a two-day shutdown in the state demanding that Article 35A should not be scrapped.

The remark from the saffron party came ahead of the crucial hearing in the Supreme Court, which will take up a bunch of petition challenging the provision in the Constitution on August 6. The apex court is expected to hear a clutch of petitions, seeking the quashing of the controversial article. Among the petitions is also a plea filed by an RSS-linked NGO 'We the Citizens'.

Meanwhile, speaking on the issue, J&K BJP chief spokesperson Sunil Sethi reportedly said, "The BJP is open to a debate with anyone or any political party on whether or not Article 35A is in the interest of the people of the state. We are extending an open invitation." He added that since the last few days, political tension in Jammu and Kashmir had intensified over Article 35A and said that certain political parties, especially the ones which are active in Kashmir, had taken an “anti-national and anti-people" stance over the issue.


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[h=1]ரூ.5 ஆயிரம் கோடி அபராதம்; சேமிப்பு கணக்கில் 'மினிமம் பேலன்ஸ்' இல்லாதவர்களிடமிருந்து வங்கிகள் வசூலிப்பு: எஸ்பிஐ முதலிடம்[/h]

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கடந்த 2017-18-ம் நிதி ஆண்டில், வங்கிசேமிப்பு கணக்கில் குறைந்தபட்ச இருப்பு பராமரிக்காத வாடிக்கையாளர்களிடம் இருந்து ரூ.5 ஆயிரம் கோடியை அபராதமாக வங்கிகள் வசூலித்துள்ள விவரம் தெரியவந்துள்ளது.

இதில் அதிகபட்சமாகப் பாரத ஸ்டேட் வங்கி(எஸ்பிஐ) வாடிக்கையாளர்களிடம் இருந்து ரூ.2 ஆயிரத்து 433 கோடி அபராதமாக வசூலித்துள்ளது. ஒட்டுமொத்த அபராதத்தொகையில் பாதித் தொகையை எஸ்பிஐ வங்கி வசூலித்துள்ளன.


30சதவீத அபராதத் தொகையை ஆக்சிஸ், எச்டிஎப்சி, ஐசிஐசிஐ வங்கிகள் வசூலித்துள்ளன.
குறைந்த இருப்பு பராமரிக்காத வாடிக்கையாளர்களுக்கு அபராதம் விதிக்காமல் நீண்டகாலம் இருந்த நிலையில், கடந்த ஆண்டு இதை எஸ்பிஐ வங்கி மீண்டும் அறிமுகம் செய்தது. அப்போது, குறைந்தபட்ச இருப்பு தொகையை முன்பு இருந்ததைக் காட்டிலும் இரு மடங்கு உயர்த்தியது.


ஆனால் வாடிக்கையாளர்கள் மத்தியில் கடும் அதிருப்தி எழுந்ததைத் தொடர்ந்து குறைந்தபட்ச இருப்புத் தொகையைக்குறைத்தது.

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[h=1]Tamil Nadu’s first government-trained non-Brahmin priest, and his God moment[/h]

Ringing in change: T.Marichamy doing puja at the Ayyappan temple at Madurai
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[h=2]Marichamy, a first non-Brahmin to come out of a state-run archaka training centre, is a happy man.[/h]It is 12 noon and the small Ayyappan temple in Tallakulam is closing. The bell tolls softly to signal the end of the annadhanam (free) lunch and people slowly walk out of the temple after eating a fulfilling meal. T. Marichamy, the temple priest, finishes off the last few archanais (personalised puja with chanting of the names of the deity, invoking the blessings).

He lights the lamp and offers some vibuthi (sacred ash) and kungumam(kumkum) to a family of four. Finally, he turns to the sanctum sanctorum where a statue of Lord Ayyappa is placed, and closes the wooden doors. After a puja-heavy six-hour shift, the priest catches his first break.

The scene could be from any of the thousands of temples that dot Tamil Nadu, but Mr. Marichamy is just not another priest: he is a non-Brahmin priesttrained under the Tamil Nadu government’s archakas (priest) training centres between 2007 and 2008, wherein 206 people across castes were trained for priesthood in major Shaivite and Vaishnavite temples. After the first batch graduated, the programme was shut down.


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[h=1]அன்று ஷேர் ஆட்டோ டிரைவர்: இன்று மாநகர மேயர்[/h]

ஆட்டோ ஓட்டுநராக இருந்து மேயராக தேர்வு செய்யப்பட்டுள்ள ராகுல் ஜாதவ் - படம் உதவி: ட்விட்டர்
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10 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன்பு வரை ஆட்டோ டிரைவாக பணியாற்றி நாள்தோறும் ரூ.200க்கு கடினமாக உழைத்தவர், மகாராஷ்டிரா மாநில பிசிஎம்சி மாநகராட்சியின் மேயாராக தேர்வு செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளார்.

சமீபத்தில் பிம்ரி-சின்ச்வாத் மாநகராட்சித் தேர்தலில் பாஜக சார்பில் போட்டியிட்ட ராகுல் ஜாதவ்(36) மேயராக தேர்வு செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளார்.

புனேயின் புறகநகர் பகுதி பிம்ரி சின்ச்வாத். அதிகமான தொழிற்சாலைகளும், வர்த்தக நிறுவனங்களும் நிறைந்துள்ள பகுதியாகும். இந்தப் பகுதியில் கடந்த 1997 முதல் 2002-ம் ஆண்டுவரை ஷேர் ஆட்டோ ஓட்டியவர் ராகுல் ஜாதவ். 10—ம் வகுப்பை பாதியிலேயே நிறுத்திவிட்டு ஆட்டோ ஓட்டி வாழ்க்கையை நடத்தி வந்தார்.

நாள் முழுவதும் கடினமாக உழைத்து ஆட்டோ ஓட்டினாலும், அனைத்துச் செலவுகளும் போக ரூ.200 கிடைப்பது கடினமாக இருக்கும். அப்படி இருந்த சூழலில் ஆட்டோ ஓட்டும் தொழிலை விட்டு, விவசாயத்தில் இறங்கினார் ராகுல். ஆனால், காலப்போக்கில் விவசாயத்தில் இருந்து வருமானம் ஏதும் கிடைக்கவில்லை என்று தெரிந்தபின் அதிலிருந்து ராகுல் வெளியேறினார்.

அதன்பின் தனியார் நிறுவனத்தில் வேன் டிரைவராக ராகுல் பணியாற்றினார். ராஜ் தாக்ரேயின் பேச்சால் ஈர்க்கப்பட்ட ராகுல், கடந்த 2007-ம் ஆண்டு ராஜ்தாக்கரே எம்என்எஸ் கட்சி தொடங்கியதும் அதில் ராகுல் தன்னை இணைத்துக்கொண்டு பணியாற்றினார்.


மேலும் படிக்க https://tamil.thehindu.com/india/article24608600.ece


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IIT-Madras powers up a desi chip





Team Shakti at work on the microprocessor project at IIT-Madras. Photo Credit: M. Karunakaran
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Microprocessor developed by the institute’s computer scientists is fabricated by Intel


These are the kind of chips that India always wanted, but could not make. Now, computer scientists and a student team from the IIT- Madras have developed the first of a family of six industry-standard microprocessors.

The initial batch of 300 chips, named RISECREEK and produced under Project Shakti, have been fabricated free at Intel’s facility at Oregon, U.S., to run the Linux operating system.

The IIT team says its microprocessors can be adapted by others, as the design is open source. They optimise power use and compete with international units such as the Cortex A5 from Advanced RISC Machines (ARM).

On the test bench, the IIT design fared better than the A5, measured in terms of the DMIPS per megahertz rating, scoring 1.68 against the competition’s 1.57. At a frequency of 350 MHz, RISECREEK can meet the demands of defence and strategic equipment such as NAVIC (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite) and Internet of Things (IoT) electronics, its developers say. “Our process helps us develop the processor three times sooner than industry standards,” says Kamakoti Veezhinathan, Professor of Computer Science at the IIT- Madras, who led the project.

What makes RISECREEK different is the open source nature of the designs. “This is made in India, but even if it were made in the U.S., it would be contemporary,” says G.S. Madhusudan, project adviser from the IIT- Madras.


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Veteran politician Kalaignar bids good bye

M Karunanidhi passes away, son Stalin calls for protecting the legacy of Kalaignar


Karunanidhi passes away: “I am one of your brothers, I am one of your children. I am talking from my heart. Only if Dravida rule comes, Dravida makkal will get a good life,” Karunanidhi used to say in his electoral rallies.






DMK Patriarch D Karunanidhi passed away after battling illness in Kauvery hospital. (Express photo)
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Former Tamil Nadu CM and DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi passed away after battling illness at the Kauvery hospital in Chennai on Tuesday. The 94-year-old leader was earlier shifted to the hospital on the intervening night of July 27-28 after his blood pressure fell. On July 31, the hospital said Karunanidhi would require an extended period of hospitalisation due to “decline” in his general health, although his vital parameters have normalised.

Earlier in the day, Kalaignar’s health deteriorated and the hospital said, “Despite the maximum medical support, his vital organ functions continue to deteriorate. His condition is extremely critical and unstable.” Follow LIVE Updates HERE

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Government appoint S Gurumurthy, Satish Marathe as part-time directors on RBI board





The latest appointments take the total government appointed directors on the RBI board to 10, the maximum permitted. Besides, the government also has two government officials on the board.
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The government on Tuesday appointed journalist S Gurumurthy and Satish Marathe patron of Sahakar Bharathi as part-time directors on the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) board after an approval from the appointments committee of the cabinet. Both appointments are for a four year term.

In a release the government said that both appointments were approved by the appointments committee of the cabinet after a proposal from the department of financial services.

S Gurumurthy is currently the editor of Tamil political weekly Thuglaq and also the co-convenor of RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch. Marathe is the patron of Sahakar Bharati an NGO furthering the co-operative moment in India.


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[h=1]Marina for Karunanidhi: High Court rules in favour of DMK plea[/h]




Chennai: The ugly and unfortunate controversy over the final resting place of DMK leader Karunanidhi finally came to an end with the court ruling in favour of the party, bringing joy in a painful moment for the countless supporters of Karunanidhi, the last colossus of the Dravidian movement.

Madras High Court Acting Chief Justice Huluvadi G Ramesh and Justice S S Sundar observed in their judgement that the Tamilnadu government was not clear in explaining the legal problems in granting a burial spot for Karunanidhi at Marina.

The emergency hearing for the case started at 11.30 pm yesterday and saw fierce arguments between the legal counsel of the DMK and government. The judges adjourned the case to this morning at 8.

The judges observed that the arguments made by the government advocates were more political than legal.

ARGUMENTS BY DMK ADVOCATES



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Medical college fined Rs 2 crore for fraud






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New Delhi: The Supreme Court has fined a medical college Rs 2 crore for trying to deceive inspectors by projecting healthy people as patients as it dismissed a plea the institute had filed to reverse a decision the Medical Council of India had taken.

The MCI had decided not to renew permission for the Telangana-based Mahavir Institute of Medical Sciences to admit its third batch of 150 MBBS students for the academic year 2018-19.

"The petitioner is not entitled to any relief as... (it) does not meet the required standards for renewal of permission for admission to the third batch of MBBS students. We take serious note of the fraud played by the petitioner in projecting healthy persons as patients in their hospital for the purpose of showing compliance of the minimum standards," a bench of Justices S.A. Bobde and L. Nageswara Rao said.


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[h=1]BEGGING NO LONGER ILLEGAL IN DELHI![/h]
In a landmark verdict delivered on Wednesday, the Delhi High Court decriminalised begging in the national Capital, saying the penal provisions of the Act were unconstitutional and deserved to be struck down.

The Bench also made it clear that the provisions of the Act which do not directly or indirectly criminalise begging or relate to the offence of begging are not required to be struck down and are maintained.

A Bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar said the inevitable consequence of this decision would be that prosecution under the Bombay Prevention of Begging Act against people alleged to have committed the offence of begging would be liable to be struck down.

However, the court said the Delhi Government is at liberty to bring in alternative legislation to curb any racket of forced begging after undertaking an empirical examination on the sociological and economic aspect of the matter.

The Bench said the provision which treats begging as an offence or deals with ancillary issues like power of officers to deal with this offence, as extended to Delhi, “are unconstitutional and are struck down”. It would be pertinent to mention here that on May 16, the court had asked how begging could be an offence in a country where the Government was unable to provide food or jobs.

The High Court was considering two Public Interest Litigations (PILs) seeking to decriminalise begging. The Central Government had said there were sufficient checks and balances in the Bombay Prevention of Begging Act, which criminalises begging.


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Relief from carrying original car papers; government validates digital copies



DigiLocker documents must be accepted by traffic police for driving licence

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The road transport ministry has asked state transport departments and traffic police not to insist on original (hard copy) documents like driving licence, registration certificate and insurance papers for verification.

The advisory was issued citing the provisions of Information Technology (IT) Act. It also said that any of these documents in “electronic form” authenticated through the DigiLocker or mParivahan apps of the government should be treated as valid.


This is in response to a number of grievances and RTI applications received in the ministry where citizens have raised the issue that the documents available in DigiLocker or the mParivahan app are not considered valid by the traffic police or the motor vehicles department, when asked to produce.



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SC slaps Rs 105 crore fine on Pune’s real estate company for environmental damage





NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday came down heavily on Pune-based real estate company Goel Ganga Developers for causing environmental damage and building residential towers in violation of law and slapped a fine of Rs 105 crore but refused to order demolition of the buildings as possession of flats had already been given to the homebuyers.


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Seaplanes to be reality soon, Centre clears water aerodrome proposal


Development will pave the way for operation of amphibian planes, both in land and water, to enhance air connectivity





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New Delhi: The civil aviation ministry has approved a proposal to set up water aerodromes in the country, and has identified Chilika Lake in Odisha, Sardar Sarovar Dam and Sabarmati River Front in Gujarat in the first phase for the development of such facilities, an official said on Saturday. The proposal was cleared by Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu on Friday.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had, in June, issued regulations on procedures and requirement for licensing of water aerodromes. Since there is no historical data, the project will be done on a pilot basis, according to a ministry official. The development will pave the way for operation of amphibian planes (both in land and water) to enhance air connectivity.
Under the proposal, water aerodromes will be set up near tourist locations and places of religious importance. “In the first phase, Chilika

Lake in Odisha, Sardar Sarovar Dam and Sabarmati River Front in Gujarat have been identified for the development of water aerodromes,” said the official quoted above.


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[h=1]Watch: If flying cars are about to take wing, can the luxury version be far behind?[/h]




[h=2]Aston Martin visualises its flying car, the ‘Volante Vision Concept’, as a sleek, autonomous, hybrid-electric luxury vehicle.[/h]
Every automaker seems to be chasing two things: self-driven vehicles and flying cars. The latest entrant into the second segment is British luxury automaker Aston Martin, which recently unveiled its concept of a flying car, called the “Volante Vision Concept”.


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[h=1]Thalapathi’s time: MK Stalin finally emerges as the undisputed chief of DMK[/h][h=2]But as he steps into his father’s giant shoes, he will feel the burden of expectations — his own and that of his partymen.[/h]


DMK leader MK Stalin’s five-decade-long political career — he started as a student campaigner in the 1967 elections and went on to become deputy CM in his father’s 2006-2011 DMK government — has been no easy climb. (Express photo by Arun Janardhanan)
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The day M K Stalin was born, his father Muthuvel Karunanidhi, then an emerging DMK leader, was at a condolence meeting for Joseph Stalin. As someone informed him about the birth of his second child from his second wife Dayalu Ammal, Karunanidhi instantly named his son after the Soviet Communist leader. This DMK fable is not without the contradictions that such lores are allowed — Stalin was born on March 1, 1953; the Soviet leader died four days later.

M Naganathan, one of Karunanidhi’s closest friends, who taught economics at the University of Madras and who accompanied the late DMK leader for his morning walks for about 25 years, is fond of recounting this story. Talking to The Indian Express the day Karunanidhi travelled out of Chennai for the last time — to address rallies in a few northern and central districts ahead of the April 2016 Assembly elections — Naganathan also compared Karunanidhi’s stand on his successor to that of another Communist leader, China’s Mao Zedong.


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Telangana attracted Rs 10000 crore investment in life sciences: Minister





Hyderabad: Telangana's life sciences sector has attracted Rs 10,222 crore in investment during the last four years, including Rs 3,000 crore in research and development, Industry Minister K.T. Rama Rao said on Sunday.

Since January 2015, when the state passed announced TS-iPASS, a new system for industrial clearance, about 700 investment proposals in life sciences sector were approved. These include more than 100 R&D proposals.

According to a statement from the Minister's office, 80 per cent of these projects have already commenced project execution. These envisage about 20,000 high value R&D jobs and around 50,000 manufacturing jobs in the state.

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Kerala rains: Rajnath Singh announces Rs 100 crore immediate assistance for flood affected areas






After conducting an aerial survey of rain-hit districts, Rajnath Singh said, “I understand the sufferings of the people of Kerala from the present crisis. Since assessment of damage would take time, I am announcing an immediate relief of additional Rs 100 crore."

UNION HOME Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday announced an immediate assistance of Rs 100 crore for rain-ravaged Kerala even as the state estimated its loss at Rs 8,316 crore. After conducting an aerial survey of rain-hit districts of Idukki and Ernakulam districts along with Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Union Minister of State K J Alphonse, Singh said, “I understand the sufferings of the people of Kerala from the present crisis. Since assessment of damage would take time, I am announcing an immediate relief of additional Rs 100 crore.”

“The Centre is closely watching the flood situation and providing all possible assistance to Kerala state. We will leave no stone unturned to mitigate this unprecedented disaster. I have come to know that it was in 1924 that Kerala faced such a big calamity. I appeal to all political parties to join hands with the state government to mitigate the sufferings of the people,” he said.

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