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which is part of Hilfiger’s role as a Millennium Development Goal global leader,who shot to fame with 1986 film ‘Top Gun’,an influential academic, The new academic session begins from February 1. the bones will stay under the jurisdiction of the University of California.Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 7 2009 12:35 am Related News In a shocking incidenta human head was found by passersby in Bindapur area of Southwest Delhi on Friday Police said that the torso of the deceased had been found on January 6 in Chanakya Place area Police officials said that the deceased has been identified as Harish Chander (22) He was a student of BCom (correspondence) at the Delhi University Police said that his relativeswho had come from Biharidentified his body On January 6the torso of the boy was found by passersby inside a suitcase in a drain The police then examined the various missing cases in the Capital and narrowed it down to a case under the Dabri police station His parents and friendswho had been looking for himidentified the body on basis of his underwear and marks on his body A case of murder was then registered Police said that investigations point to an illicit relationship A case has been registered The deceased used to live with his friends in Dabri area For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News The BSF jawans and officers,an 11-member delegation led by VHP leader Ashok Singhal and former union minister Swami Chinmayanand Saraswati had met SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to seek the government?

which will scout for people for appointment as the chairperson and members of the anti-graft body Lokpal, “She held her mobile phone for at least six hours and continuously used both thumbs to send messages to relatives and friends,Secretary, Talking to reporters Bollywood actor Vidya Balan said the collection was ?We have put a temporary stay on the matter.since their contact numbers were provided in their accounts too, said a senior police officer The police have arranged to delete the profiles Investigations revealed that a young acquaintance of the girls had morphed their pictures?We will get to know his motive only after the arrest. Prior to thisthe Delhi Police had used the IT Act in the case involving Anoushka Shankarin which a Delhi-based trader was allegedly blackmailing her after obtaining her private pictures The IT ActIt Act 67 (Publishing of information which is obscene in electronic form) says: If someone publishes or transmits or causes to be published in the electronic formany material which is lascivious or appeals to prurient interest or if its effect is such as to tend to deprave and corrupt persons who are likelyhaving regard to all relevant circumstancesto readsee or hear the matter contained or embodied in itit shall lead to punishment with imprisonment for almost five years For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPARIS—Yesterday UNESCO’s executive board decided to suspend a controversial prize for the life sciences funded by and named after President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea a tiny oil-rich dictatorship inWestern Africa The decision called on talks to continue "until a consensus is reached" but Western observers see it as an elegant diplomatic way of burying the idea for good without offending African sensibilities Not so says Mba Mokuy Agapito Obiangs’s adviser on international organizations who was in Paris this week to follow UNESCO’s deliberations His comments have been edited for brevity Q: What is Equatorial Guinea’s reaction to the decision A: There are two things First the prize was approved 2 years ago; that has not been called into question The second issue is should it be implemented right now About this the executive board said "Let’s postpone it until a consensus has been reached" Q: But most people believe that because a consensus will be impossible to reach the prize has effectively been canceled A: Not at all We have no doubt that a consensus will be reached There may be some differences of views but it isn’t the first time that we have controversial issues in UNESCO It’s just a question of finding out how we can work together what the difficulties are why some people object and how can we find a solution We have to talk under normal circumstances without any pressure from the press or anybody else We will reach a consensus because you can’t have an issue in UNESCO pending forever And it’s very important that this decision was proposed by the executive board’s chairperson [Eleonora Mitrofanova] By making this proposal she engages herself There is no question of canceling the prize so what does she have left She will have to find a solution Q: Would you be prepared to drop the name Obiang from the prize if it remained an African science prize A: If you change the name you are changing the [2008] decision of the executive board because they approved the prize with the name That’s not up to Equatorial Guinea; it’s up the board to decide if they want to change their own decision Q: Are you disappointed by the debate A: I’m not disappointed but I am concerned because this is the first prize in UNESCO’s history named after an African head of state and it is to help research in areas that affect Africa such as HIV malaria and other endemic diseases The jury has already met and has [chosen] winners from Africa Latin America and the Arab states—essentially from developing countries So when we’re blocking the whole thing it’s a pity that we may be sending the wrong message Q: But isn’t it the wrong message to name a prize in the life sciences after a president who has been accused of serious human rights abuses and corruption A: Those concerns should have been discussed 2 years ago when the executive board accepted Equatorial Guinea’s proposal for a prize Are you saying that the member states didn’t think about these issues when they took that decision As to those who accuse President Obiang of [corruption] even if that were true don’t we think it’s better to spend the money on science than on something else What is wrong with him spending this money on the right cause Q: The Equatoguinean government has blamed those who oppose the prize for having a "racist" and "colonial" attitude Is that how you see it? “Today,Written by Meenakshi Iyer | Published: April 25 who bought the flats with their hard-earned money.

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