Increasing price pressures in the North American market, which accounts for nearly a third of India’s pharmaceutical exports, is prompting domestic drug makers to explore avenues in new markets like China and Japan, apart from the amplified focus on reviving markets like Africa, CIS, and Europe. Read it at Economic Times Related Items
They came, they saw, and took admission wherever possible. Unable to meet the stratospheric cut-off criteria in courses and colleges of their choice, hundreds of youngsters, on Thursday, just went ahead and secured a Delhi University (DU) seat wherever they could.Aspiration was pitted against opportunity. The former lost. Hence, a physics hopeful was found filling up the admission form for chemistry at Ramjas College and an aspiring economist could be seen taking admission in B.A. Programme in Kirori Mal College.”I want to study Economics, but these days an aggregate of 88% is simply not enough to get admission in any of the sought-after colleges. For now, I am taking admission in B.A. Programme at Kirori Mal College and will wait for the cut-offs to decrease in the second list,” Radhika Sindhwani (17), who was accompanied by her mother to North Campus on Thursday, said.Even with an aggregate of 91.5%, Shreya, who did not wish to disclose her full name, could not get through the college (Gargi College) and course (psychology) of her choice. “I am taking admission in Kamala Nehru College in the first list. But let’s see. Things could change in the second list,” she said.Click here to EnlargeThe majority pinning their hopes on the second list means that a large number of students will cancel their first list admission the minute they get through the college or course of their choice in the second list. College principals, it seems, are prepared for such a situation. “We had seen this coming. We know there will be a lot of mobility of students in between colleges during the first two cut-off lists. In fact, this year the real picture will emerge only after the declaration of the third list,” said Bhim Sen Singh, principal of Kirori Mal, where cut-offs across courses have registered a steep increase this year.The uncertainty among aspirants is rooted in the absurdity of the cut-offs declared by colleges in the first list. The absurdity of the cut-off, in turn, is primarily a result of the new admission procedure adopted by DU this time.advertisementThe university has discontinued the use of pre-admission or application forms. According to the DU rule, once the cut-off is declared, colleges have to compulsorily admit all students who come to them with marks equal to or above the cut-off, within three days of the cut-off announcement. So, if the qualifying mark is kept too low, the institution could end up admitting more students than the sanctioned capacity.In absence of any application data, colleges have played safe by pitching higher cut-off marks for the general category. BUT THE “extra caution” exercised by most colleges cost them a healthy rate of admission in popular courses, especially on Thursday. Most students took admission in subjects with relatively lower cut-offs.Apart from Shri Ram College of Commerce, which managed to fill practically all seats on Day 1 in BCom (Honours) and Economics (Honours), other colleges struggled to attract applicants for both the programmes. Consider this. Kirori Mal College, By Ritika Chopra in New Delhi which pitched its first cut-off for BCom (Honours) 1% higher than even SRCC, could not manage to fill even one seat out of the total 85 seats in this course. Similarly, Venkateswara College, which pegged its qualifying marks for BCom (Honours) between 97% and 98%, got only five applicants for 92 seats.Crowd takes toll on metro stationOn Thursday, the Vishwavidyalaya station struggled to contain the large number of people who were making a beeline for the campus. Both the entrances on the university side had to be repeatedly closed as the serpentine lines at the approach to the metal detector clogged the station premises. The woes are likely to compound in the days to come. (Inputs from Aditya Menon and Pretika Khanna)Non-delhi students in a soupOn Day 1 of admissions, students from the Uttar Pradesh Board, Haryana Board and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) faced a harrowing time despite having met the cut-off criterion for a programme. The three boards have declared the Class XII result but haven’t issued the marksheets. Without the original documents, therefore, students could not get admission in DU on Thursday. Troubled students approached the office of Dean Students’ Welfare. “We’ll ask the colleges to give provisional admission,” Dean J.M. Khurana said.Cop turns counsellorDhiraj Singh, a Delhi Police constable, is usually on the lookout for trouble-mongers. But once done with his hours of duty, he turns into a counsellor. On Thursday, he was busy helping Shivani Canet, who scored 88 per cent in Class XII but was upset when she could not make the cut-off. Singh rushed to her aid, telling her she “ought to take admission in any college now, and wait for the second cut-off”. “In the end, the college doesn’t matter. It’s how hard you work, that does!” he added.advertisement300 Challans!On Thursday, the traffic policemen on duty at North Campus decided to fill the coffers of the Delhi Traffic Police. And didn’t they do a good job! The campus was understandably choked with traffic, what with parents driving their kids college-to-college, and the cars were parked all along the main road. The traffic police had a gala time issuing challans to unsuspecting parents. By noon on Thursday, they had issued almost 300 challans!Pamphlet free campusTHE North Campus on Thursday looked nothing like what it did during admissions last year. The pamphlets and stalls were conspicuous by their absence. The sanitisation was thanks to the proctor office’s initiative to ban promotion activity by private players. Till now, every admission season, private institutions such as Frankfinn would descend on the campus to promote courses and careers. But this year there was none of that. “We have alerted the police. Our securitymen are also vigilant,” Manoj K. Arora, deputy proctor, said.Notehall volunteers put in a hard day’s workRemember those painstakingly long hours you spent making detailed notes of the day’s lessons in school?Well, they could finally pay off! With the promise of free scholarships, volunteers of Notehall India were on Thursday busy trying to rope in as many students as they could to share their classnotes, once they got admission in DU. Notehall India is a division of Notehall, USA.The trend of promoting students access to a wider range of educational material, such as lecture notes, class documents, class notes and study guides, supplied by other students is the basic business idea behind NoteHall India.A student who shares his/her lecture notes will get Rs 25 every time someone purchases the notes. For more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here. read more
Returning superstar and RAW General Manager, Kurt Angle named World Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose, as his replacement, as he missed the show. WWE are currently in London in their International tour. Even @TheDeanAmbrose knows that when you get a call from the #RAW General Manager @RealKurtAngle… you ANSWER IT! pic.twitter.com/JFivorx1aJ- WWE (@WWE) May 9, 2017The Miz, the number one contender for Ambrose’s World Intercontinental title, interrupted Ambrose to announce that Stephanie McMahon also named him co-acting General Manager.Dean Ambrose proved his management skills later that night, when Kalisto challenged Braun Strowman, who was still sling-bound. ‘The Monster Among Men’ claimed he could beat Kalisto using just one arm, as Dean Ambrose set up a match to allow Strowman to prove himself.Ambrose even booked fellow GM, a match against Finn Balor, to which The Miz returned the favour by setting him up against Bray Wyatt.
MARSEILLE – Marseille crushed Lille 5-1 to join Lyon on 69 points. Lyon, which won at Dijon 5-2 on Friday for a sixth straight win, has a better goal difference.Marseille also has the Europa League and plays the first leg of its semifinal at home to Austrian side Salzburg next Thursday. But Lyon has only Ligue 1 to think about.Still, Marseille is also brimming with confidence these days, especially winger Florian Thauvin.He scored twice against Lille to extend his career-best league tally to 19. Greece striker Kostas Mitroglou also netted twice, and forward Lucas Ocampos completed the rout against 19th-place Lille.In other matches: Amiens won against Strasbourg 3-1; struggling Toulouse beat Angers 2-0, and last-place Metz drew at home to Caen 1-1.PSG is at Bordeaux on Sunday. Also, Nice is at home to Montpellier, and Saint-Etienne takes on Troyes.After losing Ligue title, Monaco at risk of losing 2nd placeMONACO (AP) — After losing the French title last weekend, Monaco is in danger of throwing away second place after losing at Guingamp 3-1 on Saturday.The defeat leaves Monaco just one point ahead of Lyon and Marseille as the three sides chase an automatic place in the Champions League with four games left.Monaco was thrashed by champion Paris Saint-Germain 7-1 last Sunday and the defense leaked easily again, albeit with a little help from one of its defenders.A makeshift Monaco fell behind midway through the first half after Brazilian defender Jemerson was given a red card for stopping a shot on the line. He was sent off and veteran forward Jimmy Briand netted from the penalty spot for mid-table Guingamp.Monaco capitulated and trailed 3-0 after 47 minutes. Defender Almamy Toure replied in vain with a consolation goal midway through the second half.—By JEROME PUGMIRE , AP Sports WriterTweetPinShare0 Shares read more
Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are again asking for the public’s help as they investigate the second incident of moose poaching on the mainland within the past month. A hide was discovered floating in South Branch Apple River, Cumberland Co., on Friday, Oct. 12. It is presumed that the moose was killed Thanksgiving weekend, the meat was taken and the remains were dumped in the river. “We can’t stress enough how detrimental poaching is to the moose population on mainland Nova Scotia,” said Natural Resources Minister David Morse. “Each and every moose we have left is precious and in an effort to increase the mainland moose population, we need the public’s help to enforce a zero-tolerance policy for this offence.” In October 2003, moose on mainland Nova Scotia were listed as “endangered” under the Nova Scotia Endangered Species Act. Today, there are about 1,000 moose on mainland Nova Scotia. Individuals convicted of illegally killing the animal have received fines of about $7,500. Under terms of the act, a first- time offence can face a $500,000 maximum fine for individuals and $1 million for corporations. These fines can double with each additional mainland moose killed. All Nova Scotians can help preserve mainland moose by reporting moose sightings and illegal activities such as poaching. Please call 1-800-565-2224 with any information on this incident or others. Any information leading to a conviction will result in a $2,000 cash reward. read more
A star-studded night of entertainment benefiting Harvest Home – a nonprofit organization that helps women and their infants overcome homelessness and promotes physical and emotional health, spiritual growth and financial independence – will take place in Santa Monica on August 18.The Everybody Loves To Laugh event will feature actor, writer and stand-up comedian Ray Romano (“Everybody Loves Raymond,” Men of a Certain Age”), and special guest stars Jason Alexander (“Seinfeld”, “The Producers”), Cheryl Hines (“Suburgatory”, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”) and comedian Wendy Liebman. The evening kicks off with a cocktail reception featuring wine, hors d’oeuvres and a unique silent auction at which you’ll have the chance to bid on fabulous products and services.The fabulous silent auction items include an in-home wine tasting party with Bacara Resort & Spa’s sommelier, Santa Anita “day at the races” and lunch at the Turf Club with Basketball Hall of Famer and horse enthusiast Dan Issel followed by cocktails after the races with Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith, an in-home private cooking lesson and dinner with the Food Network’s Chef Aarti Sequeira, luxury suite at the Staples Center for a Lakers game for 12 and more!For more information on the event and for tickets please visit www.everybodylovestolaugh.com. A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase on Goldstar. Buy tickets now before they are sold out! For more information on Harvest Home visit www.theharvesthome.net.When: Saturday, August 18, 2012 6:30 pm Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction 8:00 pm Comedy ShowWhere: The Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center 1310 11th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401 read more
10 May 2011Less than a quarter of the money sought by United Nations agencies in their appeal to deal with the aftermath of the post-electoral crisis in Côte d’Ivoire have been received so far, with the UN calling on donors to provide an urgent injection of funds. The UN and its humanitarian partners asked last month for $160 million to tackle food shortages, boost nutrition, education, water and sanitation, health care and protection across the West African country.Too little funds are being received too slowly, said Elisabeth Byrs, a spokesperson for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Only 22 per cent of the funds sought have been received.The money sought in the appeal represents a five-fold increase on the request made in January as the scale of the suffering in Côte d’Ivoire became clearer in the wake of the capture of former president Laurent Gbagbo, who had refused to step down despite losing an internationally recognized election to Alassane Ouattara in November last year.Hundreds of people are confirmed to have been killed in clashes, and the death toll is expected to rise significantly as more areas of the country open up now that the fighting has ended.UN human rights staff have already located mass graves in a neighbourhood of Abidjan, the country’s largest city, and many deadly clashes have been reported in the west of the nation.Ms. Byrs said western Côte d’Ivoire remains the focus of many aid agencies, with large numbers of internally displaced persons (IDPs) still living away from their regular homes and towns.Resources are particularly scarce in this part of the country, the spokesperson added, noting that agencies are now starting to reach many areas previously cut off by the fighting and unrest.The UN Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) – which shuttles personnel and aid between Accra, the capital of neighbouring Ghana, with Abidjan and the other Ivorian cities of Man and Bouake – will end on 30 June unless new funds are provided, Ms. Byrs warned.Cote read more
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The Wodehouse Prize has been running since 2000, with the winner receiving a jeroboam of Bollinger and a Gloucestershire Old Spot pig. The judging panel is dominated by men each year, and in many years has had no female judges at all. The three women writers who have won the prize are Helen Fielding for Bridget Jones’s Baby: The Diaries (2017), Hannah Rothschild for The Improbability of Love (2016, shared with Paul Murray for The Mark and the Void) and Marina Lewycka for A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian (2005).Asked why most of the prize’s winners have been men, Keyes replied: “Because they’re men. Because male voices are automatically given extra weight. I mean, anything that’s ever been said or done by a woman just matters less.”There is both cause and effect there. Power and money are lovely, and those who have it want to hold onto it. One way of keeping those who don’t have it from having it is to mock them and mock the things they love. It becomes a self-perpetuating cycle.”Things that women love are just automatically dismissed as frivolous nonsense. Football could be considered as frivolous nonsense but it’s treated as hard news in the newspapers. Marian Keyes has accused a leading comic fiction prize of sexism after failing to be shortlisted, claiming women writers are not considered funny and asking: “What else do I have to do to qualify?”The best-selling author, whose books have sold in their millions, said she had a bone to pick with the judges of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize.The prize was cancelled this year after the organisers concluded that they had not read anything sufficiently amusing.In the past 18 years there have only been three female winners. Keyes said: “The one thing I have a grudge about is the Wodehouse Prize for comic writing.”I have never been shortlisted. Say what you like about me, my books are funny, they are comic. What else do I have to do to qualify?” However, it appears that Keyes’ own publishers did not submit her most recent novel, the Break, for consideration.The Irish author was speaking at the Hay Festival in a discussion recorded for the BBC’s Talking Books programme. The festival director, Peter Florence, is one of the prize judges and said Keyes’ novels had not been submitted for the past two years. He insisted that the judges “do not play the representation game” and the funniest book wins regardless of the author’s gender. Tanken yew 😊 https://t.co/Ica7zuSrrP— Marian ‘Demonically Possessed’ Keyes (@MarianKeyes) June 3, 2018 “So I think by giving the men the prizes, it just reinforces that the men are more important.”She added: “I love many men but that doesn’t mean that I don’t see the sexist imbalance.”This year’s prize was cancelled after the judges concluded that “despite the submitted books producing many a wry smile amongst the panel during the judging process, we did not feel that any of the books we read this year incited the level of unanimous laughter we have come to expect. We look forward to awarding a larger rollover prize next year to a hilariously funny book.”Keyes has sold 33 million copies, beginning with Watermelon in 1995 and most recently The Break, published in September last year.The Irish writer said: “I don’t think many men read my books, but it’s a fact that men will only read books written by men whereas women will read books written by men and women.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. read more
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO ‘To be honest, I never thought my career would go the way it has gone’Irish football loved and shunned Wes Hoolahan for what he represented Sunday 11 Feb 2018, 4:09 PM http://the42.ie/3846278 Dundalk 2Cork City 4Ben Blake reports from Oriel Park SPECTATORS BRAVED THE elements at Oriel Park this afternoon to see Cork City lift the President’s Cup in the League of Ireland curtain-raiser.A blizzard hit Louth just after kick-off to disrupt the flow of the game and cover the playing surface in a white blanket of snow, as the all-weather pitch was put to the test.A first-half double from Lilywhites striker Ronan Murray, a recent arrival from Galway United, put the home side in the driving seat, but substitute Karl Sheppard halved the deficit moments after his introduction at the beginning of the second half.Barry McNamee headed home a Kieran Sadlier cross to level terms on 56 minutes, before provider Sadlier turned goalscorer to send them in front. Graham Cummins then made sure of the result for John Caulfield’s men late on.The country’s two top teams know each other inside out at this stage, having slugged it out for dominance over the past four years. This was their third meeting in the annual fixture between the league champions and the FAI Cup holders — or, in this case, the double winners and the runners-up in both competitions.The two clubs have welcomed several new faces into their squads during the off-season, and fans got a glimpse of what they will bring as a total of seven recent signings lined out from the start.In terms of injuries, captain Stephen O’Donnell (calf), John Mountney (knee) and Patrick Hoban (thigh) were missing for Dundalk, while Cork had to do without John Dunleavy (knee) and Garry Buckley (knock).City goalkeeper Mark McNulty didn’t travel after the tragic death of childhood friend Liam Miller, who sadly passed away at the age of 36 this week. The ex-Ireland, Celtic and Manchester United midfielder spent a season with his hometown club in 2015, and he was remembered here with a minute’s silence prior to kick-off, followed by a round of applause in the 22nd minute. Dundalk’s Michael Duffy and Colm Horgan of Cork City in the snow. Follow us: the42.ie 36 Comments Short URL Superb second-half comeback sees Cork City claim the President’s Cup Having fallen two goals behind in the first half, the double winners got the better of rivals Dundalk at a snowy Oriel Park today. The Cork City players stand for a minute’s silence to remember Liam Miller. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOThe first real chance of note saw Michael Duffy head into the ground and wide after Dylan Connolly had got to the end line and put over a cross. For the visitors, Sadlier broke free and had a pop from an acute angle, but Gary Rogers made the block before collecting the loose ball.Conditions deteriorated considerably as heavy snow continued to fall but home fans were given something to cheer about on 19 minutes as they went ahead through Murray, who finished clinically after the Cork defence had failed to clear the danger.Sean Hoare’s injury on 37 minutes forced Stephen Kenny into a switch as Robbie Benson came into midfield and Chris Shields dropped into centre-half alongside Stephen Folan.And Dundalk doubled their advantage moments later – Murray tried to flick on but, instead, killed it before stroking past Peter Cherrie. Jame McGrath then called the City goalkeeper into action on two occasions before the half-time whistle went. Chris Shields in possession. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOKarl Sheppard, who turned down a move to Dundalk at the end of last season, was booed by the home fans upon his introduction after the break. But the forward shrugged off the frosty reception to begin Cork’s comeback, as hesitation by Gary Rogers allowed him to rush in and score on 49 minutes. Sheppard injured himself in the process but remained on the pitch after treatment from the medical team.City were soon level as Barry McNamee headed in from a Sadlier ball across. The excellent Sadlier got on the scoresheet himself in sublime fashion — sending an unstoppable strike into the top corner from 30 yards on 79 minutes.And Cummins made it 4-2 two minutes later as the new man directed another Sadlier delivery past Rogers.DUNDALK: Gary Rogers; Georgie Poynton, Sean Hoare (Robbie Benson 37), Stephen Folan, Dane Massey (c), Chris Shields, Jamie McGrath; Dylan Connolly (Jack O’Keeffe 88), Kristjan Adorjan (Pat Hoban 67), Michael Duffy; Ronan Murray.CORK CITY: Peter Cherrie, Colm Horgan (Steven Beattie 46), Alan Bennett, Aaron Barry, Shane Griffin; Conor McCormack (c), Gearoid Morrissey (Conor McCarthy 89); Jimmy Keohane (Karl Sheppard 46), Barry McNamee, Kieran Sadlier (Sean McLoughlin 89); Graham Cummins (Tobi Adebayo-Rowling 89).The 42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! 25,600 Views By Ben Blake Feb 11th 2018, 4:09 PM Share50 Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Dundalk’s Michael Duffy and Colm Horgan of Cork City in the snow. Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO read more
It’s quite normal to take Christmas for granted isn’t it? We all panic shop in December to ensure we have presents for everyone, then open the presents we receive on Christmas morning before eating way too much and collapsing in front of the TV. One thing that we never think will happen is those shops we panic by at not having any stock. But for Christmas 2016 that may just happen.And I’m not just talking about one or two popular Christmas gadgets being out of stock, I’m talking about lots of them being missing. The reason? Hanjin Shipping–the seventh largest container line in the world–has filed for receivership. At any time Hanjin has container ships full of shiny new products traveling around the world. And there in lies the problem.Image via Daryl Mitchell on FlickrWith the company in financial difficulty, no port wants to let its heavily laden ships dock because Hanjin either can’t pay the millions required in docking and unloading fees, or the creditors will take the opportunity to impound each vessel meaning the port has just lost some of its capacity and it could remain that way for months.Right now, 66 of Hanjin’s container ships are effectively stranded at sea. On board is around $14.5 billion worth of goods waiting to reach their destinations. The reason Christmas may see empty shelves is because a good portion of the cargo is electronics goods heading for North America.The shipping company’s parent, Hanjin Group, needs to find $270 million to cover the docking and unloading fees of these stricken ships. So far it has only guaranteed $90 million of that with no sign of the rest being found. It’s not like another shipping company can step in and help either, as they are all struggling to survive thanks to the state of the world’s economies and how much spare capacity there is making prices crash to all time lows.Hopefully the Hanjin Shipping problem gets sorted, and sorted soon so the goods those 66 ships are carrying get to their destination in time for the holidays. But then, if it can happen to Hanjin, it can happen to any of the other shipping companies, including the six that are larger than Hanjin.2016: the year when buying Christmas presents early makes even more sense than every other year.Hanjin container ship image courtesy of Ingrid Taylar on Flickr read more
Troopers are looking for witnesses to a drive-by shooting on state Highway 500 last week that left two men injured.Richard Chandra, 29, of Vancouver was driving a 1997 Honda Civic coupe east on the highway at about 2 a.m. Sept. 3 when an unknown dark vehicle, also traveling east, passed the vehicle and fired multiple shots at the Honda, according to the Washington State Patrol.The dark vehicle continued driving and Richard Chandra pulled the vehicle to the right shoulder and called 911, troopers said. His left knee was injured by a bullet and a bullet grazed the back of the head of his passenger, 32-year-old Daniel Chandra of Vancouver, according to the State Patrol.Both men were taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, where they were treated for their injuries, which were described as not life-threatening. Hospital staff said Friday they are no longer at the hospital.Detectives said that the dark vehicle had been traveling closely behind the Honda before the shooting, which involved at least 10 shots from two different calibers of handguns.The State Patrol is asking that anyone who witnessed the incident, or individuals who may have information on the shooting, contact Detective Jennifer Ortiz at 360-449-7948 or email@example.com. read more
To see more photographs of the menorah lighting, visit http://columbian.com/multimediaTo learn more about the Chabad Jewish Center, visit http://www.chabadclarkcounty.com.The flame that burns in the Hanukkah menorah is the same flame that burns in the hearts of the young revolutionaries who threw off dictatorship across north Africa and the Middle East this year.At least, Rabbi Shmulik Greenberg hopes so. Greenberg, of the Chabad Jewish Center of Clark County, led the Tuesday night lighting of the menorah in Vancouver’s Esther Short Park with some hopeful thoughts on seizing freedom.He reminded the 200 or so people in attendance that Hanukkah is, at root, a festival of freedom. The joyous Jewish holiday celebrates the unlikely victory of a small band of Maccabees over the Syrian King Antioch in the year 165 B.C., the subsequent rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem — and, chiefly, the miracle that occurred during that rededication, as one night’s worth of oil burned for eight nights.Because of that, Hanukkah is known as the “festival of lights” and involves lighting a menorah candle on each of the eight nights of the holiday — plus a ninth central candle.Greenberg said it’s been hard to know whether to believe in this year’s “Arab Spring” revolutions among Israel’s neighbors. Will they ultimately bring “more light, more peace, more goodness and kindness?” he wondered. read more
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FAMAGUSTA Initiative activist Dr. Okan Dagli said on Friday the Dherynia crossing point will not be opened, neither simultaneously with Apliki in Lefka nor at any other time.Dagli’s message on social media came a day after Turkish Cypriot ‘premier’ Huseyin Ozgurgun said they would not allow the opening of the Dherynia crossing if Lefka was not opened also.Dagli said there was no authority in the north powerful enough to open the Dherynia crossing because it was the Turkish army that was raising obstacles.According to the deal made between the Turkish Cypriot authorities and the military, a fence, which is laid alongside the road which leads to Famagusta, was supposed to be moved back a few meters to open the way for the new road.The military would be provided with a new fence covered with a tarpaulin so that those using the road would not be able to see the fenced area of Famagusta (Varosha).Dagli said the military did not move one foot and added that “with the money provided by the UNDP and the EU, the Turkish Cypriot local authorities had gained a 2.8km new road. Those who think they rule will be giving a 4km fence to the military in the demanded standard and the watch posts will be renewed. The part of the road in the buffer zone remains untouched. Works on the southern part of the crossing had been completed by the Dherynia municipality. This is the situation at the Dherynia road.”You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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to the monsoon" he said He added that on-ground officials of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and other agencies will be talking with the Bangladesh authorities on the issue "We believe the higher ground is the best place for this kind of relocation" he said When asked why has he not yet appointed a special adviser on Myanmar Guterres said he has been conducting a number of consultations for that appointment "I hope it will come soon It is not an easy function that everyone is ready to accept but I’m sure that we will have a solution soon" he said Veteran Indian diplomat Vijay Nambiar had served as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Adviser on Myanmar from 2010 till December 2016 Guterres is yet to name his successor Meanwhile the World Health Organisation appealed to the international community to contribute generously to enable appropriate and timely health services to the Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar now facing grave risks 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