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how to deal with lead paint on the job site, download Indian Express App More Related NewsIf you’ve got questions for the EPA concerning new regulations for remodelers,Kurnool, Though the bandh was peaceful, tips, Fun! And fun learning is forever learning Ann Simpson Written by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: July 30 2017 1:58 am Started in 2014 the government-supported campaign is an initiative conceived and promoted by Parzor Foundation Bombay Parsi Punchayet the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and The Federation of Zoroastrian Anjumans of India (Representational) Top News Claiming to have succeeded in encouraging more births and more singles to get married the Parsi community on Saturday launched the second phase of ‘Jiyo Parsi’ campaign The campaign takes credit for adding 101 babies in the last threes years to the otherwise declining community — from a population of 114 lakh in 1941 to 57264 in 2011 Census “Population of Parsis declines by around 10 per cent every decennial census… There are 800 deaths for every 200 births and the main culprits are low fertility caused by late or no marriages single-child families immigration intermarriage and divorce” said Dr Shernaz Cama director of UNESCO PARZOR Project which is implementing the Jiyo Parsi scheme along with others Started in 2014 the government-supported campaign is an initiative conceived and promoted by Parzor Foundation Bombay Parsi Punchayet the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and The Federation of Zoroastrian Anjumans of India Advertising veteran Sam Balsara founder of Madison Advertising who has designed the print campaign said “For the first time in the world there has been an ad campaign to save a community The first Jiyo Parsi campaign was mildly controversial but it helped us grab attention and convinced many We thought of keeping the second phase a little serious” Besides the ad campaign the scheme also counsels Parsi couples on the importance of having multiple children at a young age and urges them to diagnose and treat infertility besides convincing singles to get married at a “correct” age For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sushant Kulkarni | Pune | Updated: January 31 2017 10:59 am Rasila Raju OP Top News Hours after the murder of 25-year-old Infosys systems engineer on the company premises in Pune on Sunday and subsequent arrest of a security guard police probe has revealed that the guard allegedly murdered the woman because she had objected to him staring at her and warned that she would complain to the authorities WATCH VIDEO |Security Guard Arrested In Connection With Murder Of Pune Infosys Employee Rasila Raju OP hailing from Kozhikode was found dead in the conference room on the ninth floor of Infosys premises in Hinjewadi She had injury marks on her face and primary examination revealed that she was strangled to death With the help of CCTV footage police zeroed in on security guard Bhaben Saikia who was seen entering the office after Rasila on Sunday afternoon Police further suspected him after the native of Assam could not be found He was nabbed from Mumbai Monday as he was trying to flee to his home According to police Rasila reported for work around 230 pm Sunday and was alone after her colleague from the earlier shift left She was communicating online with team members in Bengaluru said police That evening the Bengaluru team members informed Kothari who was working from home that Rasila was not taking calls police said Security officers were informed and they found Rasila dead Senior inspector Arun Waykar Hinjewadi police station said “Our investigation suggests that sometime on Sunday afternoon the victim objected to the suspect staring at her and warned him that she would lodge a complaint Later she took a break When she was entering the office again Saikia followed her past the access door on the pretext of taking details of some computers Inside they had an argument during which he hit her on the face and strangled her with a networking cable He took her access card with him” A police officer said “He has said he wanted to kill himself after the murder and went to the terrace but was stopped by another guard He later called his mother and told her what he had done She told him to surrender but he planned to flee He then went to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai from where we nabbed him” Saikia was produced in court and remanded in police custody till February 4 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Dehradun | Published: May 10 2015 6:32 pm Related News In order to provide quality education to children all thirteen districts in Uttarakhand will have residential schools in their most backward regions by the end of the year Chief Minister Harish Rawat has said ‘Rajiv Gandhi Abhinav Awasiya School’ would be opened in the least developed regions of 13 districts in the state where primary and junior high schools are facing closure due to less number of students a government release quoted Rawat as saying in a meeting with senior officials yesterday In order to provide quality education to students the option of running schools in remote areas with help from private institutions would be pondered upon and the state government will provide land free of cost for the same Rawat said The new schools will be built on the lines of ‘Rajeev Gandhi Navodaya Vidyalaya’ here he said Such schools will admit students from the schools that have been closed due to the less number of students in them he said adding the state government would bear their fees Many private educational institutions have submitted proposals for such schools he said Stating that poor education system is one of the reasons for migration from the mountainous regions in the state he said the state government is trying to improve education scenario in these remote regions A policy would be carved out for investment in educational infrastructure in the mountainous region wherein the state government would provide land for infrastructure facility development the Chief Minister said Directing the principal secretary of Department of Education and Planning to make a work plan to check migration from the remote mountainous region due to lack of education and health facility he said another meeting in this regard would be held in the next 15 days For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said the Indian side is “sensitive” to Turkish concerns and Indian security agencies were “looking into” Ankara’s demand for closure of associations connected with FETO which were carrying out illegal activities. “Unfortunately,” Sen said he thought the challenge for Aam Aadmi was very easy in Delhi and hoped that the new party would become a very major force for Indian politics. and to a great extent he had succeeded in his attempt.

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