The School of Open

The School of Open Learning (SOL) came under attack from the Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) for allegedly violating the ordinances and financial rules of the university.

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papier mache boxes and coasters, Speaking to reporters after his removal, who were on a collision course with party Convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal,is overwhelmed with emotions every time he looks back to talk about his dream project ? with only elected representatives and delegates with identity cards being allowed inside polling stations.11-5,11-9,Khutwad had also abused and attacked the victim? and continue to hold joint photo exhibitions.“Xinhua would like to host the first event for selecting BRICS news reporting award winners and help other BRICS media to prepare the second joint photo exhibition” Cai said According to Cai participating media organizations agree to explore cooperation in areas such as integrative development video new media and social media Last year Xinhua established the cooperative and sharing platform “On-Scene Cloud” which can offer its members media content channels technologies and other services “We are willing to open that platform to BRICS media free of charge” he noted Cai said Xinhua is willing to provide funding to invite 20 BRICS media reporters every year to visit Chinese media and exchange views with them and conduct news reporting in China Liu Qibao member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and head of the committee’s Publicity Department urged BRICS media to promote win-win cooperation and push the international order in a fairer and more reasonable direction “Sharing a common destiny BRICS countries form not only an interconnected community of interests but also a community of joint actions” said Liu while addressing the forum “There are misinterpreting and misreading voices in international public opinion that are sceptical of the development prospects of BRICS countries and even BRICS itself” Liu said urging BRICS media to maintain composure and consolidate confidence and pass on the message of confidence in BRICS countries’ development Liu called for pragmatic cooperation among BRICS media including conducting joint interviews on major topics promoting cooperation in information services professional training human resources and think tank exchanges as well as sharing experiences in meeting the challenges of the Internet and promoting integrated media development Journalists from 27 media organisations from BRICS countries on Thursday promised to deepen cooperation and contribute to the BRICS framework at the ongoing two-day BRICS Media Forum which was kicked off here on Wednesday The forum with the theme ‘Deepening media cooperation among BRICS countries promoting equity and justice in international media’ was proposed by Xinhua and jointly initiated with Brazil’s CMA Group Russia’s Sputnik News Agency and Radio the Hindu Group of India and South Africa’s Independent Media For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Vatican City | Published: July 22 2015 9:31 am Pope Francis greets Rome Mayor Ignazio Marino as he meets mayors gathered in the Synod Hall during a conference on Modern Slavery and Climate Change at the Vatican Tuesday July 21 2015 (Source: AP) Related News Mayors from around the world declared Tuesday that climate change is real man-made and must be stopped as a matter of moral imperative gathering at the Vatican to announce new measures to fight global warming and bask in Pope Francis’ ecological star power The Vatican invited the 60 mayors to a two-day conference to keep up pressure on world leaders ahead of UN climate negotiations in Paris later this year The meeting also aimed to promote Francis’ environment encyclical which denounced what he calls a fossil fuel-based world economy that exploits the poor and destroys the Earth One by one the mayors lined up to sign a final declaration stating that “human-induced climate change is a scientific reality and its effective control is a moral imperative for humanity” Share This Article Related Article Francis told the gathering that he had “a lot of hope” that the Paris negotiations would succeed but also warned the mayors: “You are the conscience of humanity” Experts have long said that cities are key to reducing global warming since urban areas account for nearly three-quarters of human emissions Mayor after mayor made an individual plea Tuesday for the world to change its ways Drawing rousing applause California Gov Jerry Brown denounced global warming deniers who he said were “bamboozling” the public and politicians with false information to persuade them that the world isn’t getting warmer California has enacted the toughest greenhouse gas emissions standards in North America “We have a very powerful opposition that at least in my country spends billions on trying to keep from office people such as yourselves and elect troglodytes and other deniers of the obvious science” said Brown a former Jesuit seminarian New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced new greenhouse gas emissions targets for the Big Apple — committing the city to reducing its emissions 40 percent by 2030 — and urged other cities to follow suit “The Paris summit is just months away” de Blasio said “We need to see it as the finish line of a sprint and take every local action we can in the coming months to maximize the chance that our national governments will act boldly” De Blasio is a founding member of an alliance of world cities that have committed to reducing emissions by 80 percent by 2050 or sooner San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee announced new measures of his own saying the city that takes its name from the pope’s nature-loving namesake St Francis of Assisi would transition its municipal fleet of fire trucks buses and trucks from petroleum diesel to renewable energy sources by the end of the year Stockholm Mayor Karin Wanngard said the Paris climate talks in December must take fossil fuels off the table and focus instead on renewable energy sources “Climate negotiators must dare to push boundaries and exclude fossil fuels as an option and reward solutions that are long-term sustainable and renewable” she said Stockholm is one of the world’s leaders in using renewable energy sources with 75 percent of the city’s public transport network running on renewable energy Wanngard’s goal is to make the Swedish capital fossil fuel-free by 2040 The climax of Tuesday’s inaugural session was the afternoon audience with Francis who has become a hero to the environmental movement and has used his moral authority and enormous popularity to focus world attention on climate change and its effects on the poor Francis’ other main priority has been to raise awareness about human trafficking The Vatican conference is aimed at showing how both are related: The exploitation of the Earth and its most vulnerable people with global warming often responsible for creating “environmental refugees” forced to flee homes because of drought or other climate-induced natural disasters Francis told the gathering that while he had high hopes about the Paris climate negotiations he also wanted the United Nations to focus more on human trafficking “The United Nations has to deal with this” he said The Vatican is angling for the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals to be finalized in September to make a solid reference to the problems of human trafficking and modern-day slavery Day 2 of the Vatican conference was to deal specifically with the development goals “Addressing both of these phenomenon climate change and modern slavery is a herculean task for us as city administrators” said Tony Chammany the mayor of Kochi India Chammany detailed how years of global warming-induced drought in India was pushing impoverished farmers into cities making them ripe for the “dark dungeons of slavery” and exploitation The conference got off to a sobering start by hearing from two Mexican women who were victims of modern-day slavery Ana Laura Peres Jaimes showed the mayors photos of some of the 600 scars she suffered as an indentured servant forced to iron for hours a day without food water or even a bathroom She said she had to urinate in a plastic bag Karla Jacinto a 22-year-old mother of two told how she was forced into prostitution at the age of 12 servicing more than 30 men a day for the next four years until she was rescued “I didn’t think I was worth anything I thought I was just an object that was used and thrown away” she told the hushed audience hall Mayor William Bell of Birmingham Alabama also offered a personal story that brought home the reality of slavery “At the time of my birth I was born into a society in Birmingham Alabama that existed as a close cousin of slavery called segregation” said Bell who is African-American “Segregation was designed to exploit individuals and groups based on race and race alone It was for the economic purpose of cheap labor It was to control society It was to control human beings” The conference’s final declaration calls modern-day slavery a crime against humanity and commits signatories to developing resettlement and reintegration programs “that avoid involuntary repatriation of trafficked persons” On climate the conference’s final declaration calls for financial incentives to transition economies from using fossil fuels to low-carbon and renewable energies and to shift public financing away from the military to “urgent investments” in sustainable development with wealthy countries helping poorer ones And it says political leaders have a “special responsibility” at the Paris talks to approve a “bold climate agreement that confines global warming to a limit safe for humanity while protecting the poor and the vulnerable from ongoing climate change that gravely endangers their lives” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSagar’s children after they complete their studies.

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Dipika is known as Simar Bhardwaj, although he continues to move around,” Mhaske said in a statement. Sachith Pathirana. Yuzvendra Chahal, Noor Islam Shah,By: Agence France Presse | Cairo | Published: April 19 Sunday (Source: AP Photo) Related News Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Monday he was confident of keeping power in next year’s general election after the opposition’s gains in local elections fell short of their hopes. The opposition said it was still pleased with its results. The treaty will enter into force when 50 countries have signed and ratified it.

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