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Terror attacks at Belgium’s Brussels Airport and city metro station kill 26, injure over 80

Blast at the Maalbeek metro station in Brussels

Maelbeek Metro . Police sealed off the area. Wounded treated outside
Federal Public Prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw confirmed that the Maalbeek metro station blast was a terrorist attack, according to the Belga news agency.
Large amounts of smoke were seen coming out of the metro station in the Belgian capital. Brussels’ transport authority says all metro stations in the city have been closed, Reuters reports.
An AP reporter said he say a number of people with facial injuries following the explosion at the Maalbeek metro station. Alexandre Brans, who was wiping blood from his face, said that he saw at least two people being carried away on stretchers.
“The metro was leaving Maelbeek station when there was a really loud explosion. It was panic everywhere. There were a lot of people in the metro,” he said.
A blast at the Maalbeek metro station in Brussels has killed at least 20 people according the Belgian television station VRT. The explosion took place less than an hour after a deadly airport bombing, which killed at least 14 people.
The Belgian broadcaster, cited by Reuters, mentions that the death toll has reached at least 20 people.
The Brussels mayor Yvan Mayuer also confirmed that at least 20 people had been killed following the blast on the metro.
“There are some 20 people dead and 106 people injured. 17 people are severely injured,”he said.
The Federal Public Prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw confirmed that the Maalbeek metro station blast was a terrorist attack, according to the Belga news agency.
Large amounts of smoke were seen coming out of the metro station in the Belgian capital. Brussels’ transport authority says all metro stations in the city have been closed, Reuters reports.RT news

Two blasts rocked Brussels’ Zaventem Airport


IMAGE: Damage inside Brussels airport
Fourteen people have been killed and dozens others injured after two blasts rocked Brussels’ Zaventem Airport.
The terrorist link has been confirmed by the Belgian royal prosecutor. He has announced that the airport blast was a suicide attack, confirming the preliminary death toll of 14, as well as dozens others wounded.
Blasts rocked the departure hall of Brussels’ Zaventem Airport and the city Metro stations, killing over 30 people, injuring dozens more. While the death toll keeps growing, authorities said the attacks are terror bombings and more undetonated homemade bombs are being discovered in security ops.
  • Belgian bomb squad DOVO has performed a controlled explosion at the premises of the Vrije University in Brussels, after a suspicious object was found at the campus, the university tweeted. The unidentified object was blown as a precaution measure. All students and staff were evacuated.
    Brussels police have told Sputnik that Zaventem’s great hall was targeted in the blast, but they couldn’t confirm the number of the victims in the attack.
    “There was an explosion, but we cannot say more,” a police spokesperson said.
    A suicide bomber was responsible for one of the blasts, Belgian broadcaster VRT said. Three suicide belts packed with explosives have been found at the Brussels airport by police, local TV reported.Reports also suggest that first there was a shot fired in the departure hall, then something was called out in Arabic, and only afterward, two explosions rocked the facility.Reports suggest that one of the explosions took place near the American Airlines check-in desk. A government source confirmed to VRT broadcaster that it was an attack, while Anke Fransen, spokeswoman for Brussels Airport, said there were multiple injuries. “We can confirm that there have been two explosions in the departure hall. We called the emergency services on the ground – they [are] now provid[ing] first aid to the injured.”

Mar 22,  7:23 PM

At least 26 people have been killed and more than 80 others seriously injured in terrorist attacks at Brussels international airport and a city metro station.

Belgium's Prime Minister says two blasts hit Zaventem airport at about 07:00 GMT, and another struck Maelbeek metro station an hour later.

The government has not confirmed casualty numbers. Brussels transport officials say 15 died at Maelbeek and media report 11 dead at the airport. Belgium has now raised its terror threat to its highest level.

The attacks come four days after Salah Abdeslam, the main fugitive in the Paris attacks, was seized in Brussels. The airport and whole transport system in Brussels are closed.

Prime Minister Charles Michel called the latest attacks "blind, violent and cowardly", adding this is a day of tragedy "a black day"and call on everyone to show calmness and solidarity.
Mar 21 at 8:42 PM

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Welcome to a fresh edition of our Tuesday newsletter, with more details regarding the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016. This time, we bring you important information regarding the focal point “Education” at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Also, we’re inviting applications for the Frankfurt Fellowship Programme 2016.
So, scroll down for an informative read, right here!
Team GBO wishes you a fun-filled and safe Holi!
Focus- Education @ Frankfurt Book Fair 2016


The Frankfurt Book Fair is home to a wide variety of interesting exhibitors and conferences relevant to anyone working in the education sector. From exhibition spaces, with both prefabricated stands and modular HotSpots for digital companies, to events and expos showcasing the latest innovations in education, Frankfurt Book Fair has an entire hall – 4.2 – dedicated to the trends and technologies in education, academic and STM industries. Here, exhibitors can find peers and potential business partners, while trade visitors can network and know more about the future of education. And with the latest teaching materials and techniques to be discovered, along with many presentations & discussions dedicated to the topics of education, teaching and learning, even teachers, educators and students will find Frankfurt Book Fair a worthwhile place to visit every year.

Classroom of the Future – Fantastic Islands of Learning

Expos and creative, multimedia activities, both in and beyond the Classroom of the Future, take place every year in Hall 4.2. Interesting learning expeditions and innovative new technologies were showcased at the singularly exciting area – Classroom of the Future 2015 – which presented ambitious content and a versatile programme that made visitors and exhibitors rethink even the book itself. In cooperation with renowned partners, the team at Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 created “Fantastic Islands of Learning”, offering a range of learning inspirations to the schools and educators’ audiences.
The Frankfurt Book Fair is also an important international platform for educational media of all kinds: More than 1,000 publishers, technology suppliers, service providers and other players from the educational field gather here to do business, to network, to find new trends while attending the many publishing events taking place across the Frankfurt Book Fair.

Opportunities for Exhibitors 

  • Take up your own prefabricated or customised  Stand  starting at Euros 1174 [for a 4sqm system stand]
  • Sail smoothly with a fully kitted-out 8sqm system stand in a Newcomer Package starting at Euros 3880
  • Go savvy with a digitally equipped Stand at the Hot Spot Education  starting at Euros 1900 [for 3sqm Starter]
  • Present your best titles with a Shelf unit at the International Education Exhibition  starting at Euros 568
Opportunities for Event organisers –
To know more and to register, write to srivastava@newdelhi.gbo.org
Frankfurt Fellowship Programme 2016


First launched to mark the 50th anniversary of the Frankfurt Book Fair in 1998, the Frankfurt Book Fair Fellowship Programme provides information and networking within the international publishing world. During those last nineteen years, more than 300 participants from 55 countries have gained so far from this experience.
The Frankfurt Fellowship Programme focuses on information exchange, professional dialogue and the creation of networks between young international publishers. We visit publishing houses and booksellers, see market presentations, have match-making events and dinners, and offer our fellows networking opportunities in Frankfurt and two other German cities.
Application Requirements
  • Several years’ experience in publishing
  • Good knowledge of the English language
  • Basic knowledge of the German language recommended
  • Your filled-in application form
  • Three letters of recommendation from international business partners
  • Letter of recommendation from applicant’s own employer
* Application deadline for the programme is 30th April 2016.
Applications from Asia
Applicants from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are asked to send their applications to the
German Boook Office New Delhi.
Contact: Prashasti Rastogi at rastogi@newdelhi.gbo.org

What’s coming up?  
JUMPSTART – 2nd – 3rd August Frankfurt Book Fair
Guest of Honour- Flanders and Netherlands– 19th – 23rd October
Publishers’ Training Programme– 2nd – 3rd December

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CPR is pleased to invite you to a workshop on
Little Box Retail
Illegality and Improvised Governance in Small Town India
Tuesday, 29 March 2016, 3:45 p.m.
Durba Chattaraj
Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research
In this paper, the researcher describes the small roadside shops which line a major national highway in West Bengal, India. Situating herself specifically in an important roadside town along the highway, Diamond Harbour, she describes the world of “little box retail” in the town, arguing that while “little box” retailers form the center of local economic and social life, a majority of them are unauthorized structures, which squat illegally on state land. Given that highway towns lined with roadside markets are a very common urban form within India, and that the space immediately bordering highways falls within the Right of Way of relevant road-building authorities, it is likely that there are millions of similar cases of illegal little box retailers across the country.
Durba demonstrates that these illegal shops are central, not marginal to Diamond Harbour’s economy, and that the local municipality collects taxes from them. She uncovers the unusual way in which the municipality taxes these unauthorized structures, through the creation of informal “trade licenses”. While some might dismiss these documents as illicit examples of local-level corruption, she argues that they present an innovative case of a municipality’s attempt to achieve a compromise between the law and on-the-ground reality. She reads these illegal leases as forms of “improvised governance” which are created using the imperfect options at hand, and which attempt to mediate the dissonance between the law and actual practice in everyday life in India.
While these improvised documents provide benefits to both the municipality and shop owners, the researcher argues that roadside shops in contemporary Bengal are regulated not legally, but politically. They rely on the support of political party functionaries for their existence. Finally she argues that Diamond Harbour presents just one case of the widespread marginalization of the law in roadside markets across West Bengal, as well as the rest of the country. As India proceeds on the path of highway modernization and road widening, it becomes important to question the future of these vibrant, and unauthorized, roadside marketplaces.
Durba Chattaraj is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Director of Writing at Ashoka University. Her research addresses economic and cultural transformations in India in an era of globalization, and is based on fieldwork conducted along National Highway 117, which connects the metropolis of Calcutta to rural and marginal areas in West Bengal. Her current research focuses on informality and space in New Delhi.

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