Monday, October 7, 2013

Chandrababu Naidu meet the Press before fasting in Delhi

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National leader Chandrababu Naidu today  held meet the press in Andhra Bhawan  said  Centre doesn’t seem to understand the extent of the crisis in Andhra Pradesh, the party is hurry to unilaterally declare and impose their decisions on the Telgu people without lending ear to all the stakeholder of the state and has not followed the necessary procedure intentionally, Sonia Gandhi is not such leader who does not understand the interfaces of the problems, in ensuing national election she  play politics to gain all credit for her party.

Naidu further said, Sonia, her  party has tacit understanding with Congress YRS Jagan corroborating voters strength, in turn has overlooked the consensus of all political outfits.On persistent question from the media about what injustice to the state Naidu explained that voice of people of Seemandhra are to be heard, the border issue between the two states which is bone of contention needs to thrashed on priority,clarity on the capital Hyderabad and  youths unemployment are various points to be ponder holistically.
Naidu categorically explained that Congress has not learnt the lesson by creating capriciousness in state of Punjab, J & K, Assam but has not learnt the lesson and Congress makes the same error in this case, he further stressed that leaders of the state needs to be called and must be given the chances to vent out their views.
Naidu said, he is starting an indefinite fast in Delhi to support the demand for a “United Andhra.”
In 2008, he wrote to the centre supporting the movement for statehood for Telangana has taken a line now that his party says he is fighting to protect Seemandhra’s interests, and to oppose what they describe as the Centre’s unilateral decision to divide Andhra Pradesh.
Mr Naidu’s decision to fast in Delhi, away from the cadre of aggressive protests in Seemandhra, is being seen as an attempt to gain credibility give edge to his political rival, Jagan Mohan Reddy, who began a hunger strike in Hyderabad yesterday.
His list of concerns in state is how water, power and revenue will be distributed between the old and new states. Further more the future of the booming economy of IT hub Hyderabad, to be shared capital for 10 years  then belong to Telangana state.
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OPINIÓN | EDMUNDO FAYANAS ESCUER 
Mentiras y pensiones 
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El Gobierno, con su propaganda, ha tomado "por tontos" a los jubilados 
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SEGÚN ALERTA EL PSOE A INTERIOR 
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La sufrida Polonia 
País este de grandes sufrimientos, al estar situado entre dos grande potencias militares y económicas, siendo su territorio recortado y variado en función pactos entre las potencias hegemónicas. Esperemos que de una vez por todas Polonia viva en paz y en democracia, se lo merecen.
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FAO conference
Prof. K.V. Thomas, Minister of for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution is leading an official delegation to participate in the 40th ministerial level conference of Food & Agricultural Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations from 7-11 October, 2013 at Rome.

Member countries of FAO have evinced keen interest in recently enacted National Food Security Act, the largest social welfare programme in the world to provide food security as legal right to about 82 crore people. Prof Thomas will make a presentation about this great initiative at the conference.

FAO’s Director General Mr. Jose Graziano da Silva and Ms. Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director of World Food programme have also scheduled meetings with Prof. Thomas to know more about the programme during his stay . 

Fitow hits Chinese coast

 

 China evacuated over a half a million people to safety asTyphoon Fitow hit the eastern Fujian province in the wee hours on Monday, packing winds up to 151 km per hour. 


The storm, the 23rd typhoon to hit China this year, landed in Shacheng Township of Fuding City. It will continue to move northwestward but weaken quickly, China Meteorological Centre has said. 

A red alert, the highest warning, was issued for Fitow on Sunday. Cities such as Fuzhou and Sanming in Fujian will see rain of more than 200 mm from Sunday night to Monday morning, said the Fujian flood control authorities. 

Due to the typhoon, power was cut off in Taishun County, Zhejiang Province since last night. The power blackout also hit many townships in Cangnan, Wencheng, Pingyang and Dongtou counties in Zhejiang. Quoting Mao Fanggui, director of the emergency office in Taishun County, Xinhua news agency has reported that downpour was lashing the county and most townships in the county were hit by blackout. 

A boy in Cangnan County was injured in the abdomen by glass debris due to strong winds. He was being treated by doctors. Rainstorm and winds up to 201 km per hour slashed Cangnan County and the Nanji Island Township, and some houses collapsed in the county, said the Wenzhou flood control headquarters. 

So far some 5. 74 lakh people were evacuated and 35,795 vessels returned to harbour for shelter, said the Zhejiang Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters. In Fujian, 177,000 people were displaced and nearly 30,000 fishing boats were called back.

The typhoon has caused suspension of bullet trains in several cities in Zhejiang, Fujian and Jiangxi and halted services on at least 35 lines that pass cities on the typhoon route, including services between Beijing and Nanjing, Shanghai, Ningbo, Fuzhou and Xiamen. 

Wenzhou Airport, a pivotal airport in Zhejiang Province, cancelled 27 flights on Sunday, including flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Kunming. Coach services between Shanghai and Wenzhou were also suspended. 

Maritime authorities in Fujian and Zhejiang have closed seaside bathing centres and other entertainment facilities on the coast.

Dr Singh to visit Russia, China from 20th Oct

 
PM to visit Russia, China from 20th Oct
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will embark on a crucial trip to Russia and China from 20th October during which a number of pacts are expected to be inked in key areas of trade, business and energy.
The first leg from 20th to 22nd October in Russia will see the Prime Minister holding talks on important issues such as nuclear cooperation, trade and defence. Singh will on 22nd October travel from Moscow to Beijing where he is expected to articulate India’s concerns over trans-border rivers, trade deficit and boundary incidents.
During the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Singh is expected to assure him on concerns over India’s nuclear liability law and also on the safety of Russian investments including in telecom sector.
Significantly, after the recently-concluded India Russia Inter Governmental Commission meeting in Moscow, the indications are that the two countries have made progress to clear the nuclear liability issue, crucial for a contract for supply of Russian reactors for Units 3 and 4 of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP). 
It is understood that hectic parleys were on to conclude the tehno-commercial negotiations for the Unit 3 and 4 of KNPP) ahead of Singh’s visit and officials are hoping to ink it after the talks between the two sides. 
The effort is to basically match India’s Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage (CNLD) Act, 2010 and the internationally and nationally accepted principles.
Another crucial issue would be Russia’s investment in telecom sector with Russian giant Sistema last week expressing unhappiness over telecom regulator TRAI’s recommendations on spectrum auction, saying it created “ambiguity” and “policy uncertainty” that would adversely impact its investment plans. 
Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd, which offers mobile services under the MTS brand, has protested against TRAI recommendations that the spectrum used by CDMA operators should not be auctioned and a part of it be explored for use by GSM services.
The other points expected to figure prominently would be Russian investments in Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and joint ventures in phrama and fertiliser sector with India hopeful of inking some MoUs in these areas.
The two sides would also hold talks on security situation in the region, especially in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
During his China visit, Singh will hold talks with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang on key bilateral and regional issues, including trans-border rivers, ways to enhance Chinese investments through industrial parks to address trade deficit and boundary incidents.
The two sides are also expected to ink the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement which is aimed to enhance coordination between the armies of the two countries. The sources also said the talks were on for a possibility of a pact to simplify visa regime. The two sides are holding negotiations on a draft pact and if there were not many “differences”, it could be inked during Singh’s visit, they said.
India is also hoping to ink with China a framework MoU for supply of power equipment, apart from a cultural pact, they said. As it has a huge trade deficit with China, India is pushing China to import more products and greater market access there. 
In 2012-13, as per the official figures, India recorded a record trade deficit of USD 40.78 billion with China, compared with USD 39.4 billion in 2011-12 and USD 27.95 billion in 2010-11. There is a proposal for setting up Chinese business parks in five states –Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka– which will work like Special Economic Zones. Singh and Xi would also discuss trans-border river issues. 
The PM had raised this matter with the Chinese president when they had met on the sidelines of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit in Durban in March. The prime minister had expressed concern over China’s proposal to construct three dams across the Brahmaputra.
Coming after series of incursions by Chinese troops, Singh’s visit will also be an opportunity to raise India’s concerns with the top Chinese leadership.
This would be Singh’s third meeting with President Xi. Both leaders had last met on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Russia. It is the PM’s first visit to China after the change of leadership in that country

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