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2017 7:49 pm Former Finance Minister and Congress leader P Chidambaram. The Board should expect these reports to include, Family,07, The state government has also made provision for providing 5-8 hours of uninterrupted electricity from its total availability in rural areas, According to an Indian Meteorological Department official, who has been accused of rape by a fellow student, firecrackers this time would not be easily available at local markets as they would be sold from designated sites only.For the last two years cracker sellers had been getting the DC’s decision of selling crackers from designated sites reversed following an intervention by the Member of Parliament But this time even the MP has expressed her helplessness as according to her even the Governor was in the loop The DC this time had ordered that crackers would be sold from designated sites itself but the traders have been opposing it Kher said people’s safety was most important “These people (cracker sellers) met me But when something is not legally possible how can that be done In fact I spoke to all the officers and they informed that the Governor too was in the loop He had taken the advice of the police which said a big no owing to a fire hazard” the MP said When reminded that she had intervened last time Kher said “People come to me with their demands and I take them up with the administration Sometimes time is taken to formulate a policy and only till then permission is given God forbid if something happens who will take responsibility Everybody saw the fire incident at Sector 34 recently” Despite agreeing to the fact that for local residents it was convenient to buy crackers from local markets she said safety has to be seen first Even as the UT Administration increased the number of designated sites from 8 to 17 on Thursday the cracker sellers continued to oppose it and have been making attempts to put political pressure on the administration The association even met BJP chief Sanjay Tandon in the evening but in vain Chirag Aggarwal general secretary of the Chandigarh Cracker Sellers Association said they would not accept the designated sites and move the Punjab and Haryana High Court against the administration “For the past many years we have been setting up stalls in our markets We small traders do not have manpower which may be deployed additionally at these sites nor does the administration want us to close down our shop and then sell crackers” he said The new sites allowed by UT are Masjid ground at Sector 20 three grounds at Manimajra a ground at Ram Darbar Sector 29 Dhanas Sector 24 Dussehra ground at Sector 24 open space in Palsora ground in sector 45 Ramleela ground at Sector 46 ground at Sector 43 and others Additional DC Rajiv Gupta said they have increased the number of sites The UT Administration has also decided to issue licence to all 360 people who applied old and new but they would be allowed to sell crackers only from the designated sites As UT was unwilling to issue new licenses this time sources said political leaders suggested that they should not be too rigid when the officers were having their way of allowing the sale of crackers from designated sites only For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News good Christians could see that other sincere,5 lakh as compensation — possibly the highest compensation amount the family of a deceased in train accident has ever received.

to Islam and many other faiths- at their best try to imagine and live this good life. claiming that it had special concern for the Muslim women and asked when the ruling party would address the problems face by Hindu widows.Speaking to reporters SP national general secretary Ramashankar Vidyarthi also blamed the statements made by Congress leaders Mani Shankar Aiyar and Kapil Sibal for the Congress’ defeat in the Gujarat Assembly elections “The BJP government has a special concern to address the interests of Muslim women but it is unable to see the plight of Hindu widows” he claimed The condition of the Hindu widows is very bad and are kept away from various social programmes he said “When will any attention be given to the Hindu widows and when steps will be taken to provide them equal rights” he asked the prime minister On the election results the SP general secretary said “The Congress lost the (Gujarat Assembly) elections due to the statements made by Mani Shankar Aiyar and Kapil Sibal It was because of their remarks that the BJP resorted to communal polarisation and was able to register a victory” He also said the SP would review its performance in the Assembly elections held in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsGerry O’Hanlon from the Jesuit Centre of Faith and Justice was guest preacher at the annual Christchurch Cathedral ecumenical citizenship service on November 15th In his homily Gerry warned that the Government would more readily achieve its goals “if those who are primarily guilty are not seen to escape with impunity… Ireland’s poorest people are being asked to pay for the recklessness and corrupt activity of a number of extremely wealthy people and institutions” He noted the grim times we are going through the necessity of pulling together in an equitable way that does not penalize the most vulnerable and the need to search for a more sustainable economic paradigm He also noted the resources of humour resilience and faith which will enable us to survive and prosper It is a homily worth reading HOMILY AT CITIZENSHIP SERVICE Gerard O’Hanlon SJ ‘If God is for us who is against us’ – this great cry of hope and confidence from Paul invites us to count our blessings to celebrate and give thanks for our city and our citizens And despite all the gloom there is much to be thankful for: an improving architectural landscape a rich cultural life a more environmentally conscious citizenry a city that despite all its flaws basically works An occasion then to thank diligent officials hard-working citizens young people full of energy and life and above all all those ordinary people who live quiet lives of honesty and decency and in so doing build up the social capital upon which we all depend We thank God for this and we thank God that we as Christians can do this together today I remember as a child in the 50s my mother tired from pre-Christmas shopping took my sister brother and myself into a church as much I imagine for a rest as for a time to pray Quickly she realized she was in the “wrong” place (it was St Anne’s on Dawson Street) and we were quickly shepherded back outside to the cold and wet pavements of the city This same mother from at least the 80s on was heard to marvel how much we had in common as Christians how wonderful it was to listen to the non-roman Catholic service on Sunday mornings on the radio Truly that is a development that we have all benefited from and my gratitude to Dean Dermot Dunne for the invitation to preach here today an invitation that would have gratified my mother no end as it does my surviving Uncle Rory 86 on my father’s side who remembers his mother defying the local parish priest in allowing his sister to attend a wedding of a Protestant friend of hers at St George’s near Hardwick Street in the 1940s and who is greatly supportive of the changes in a situation of stand-off which instinctively perhaps like many others he always knew to be wrong and never accepted “When his fellow servants saw what had taken place they were greatly distressed… There is no need to rehearse in detail the grim situation in which we as a city and as a country find ourselves And despite the proper distinction between Church and State there is a long tradition in Christian theology of comment and action on public affairs (from the Jesus who overturned the stalls of the money-lenders in the Temple through Augustine Aquinas Luther and Calvin Catholic Social Teaching The World Council of Churches Liberation theology and the likes of the Christian Socialism of Maurice Tawney and William Temple- and so on) This rich tradition of wisdom needs to continue today as an important resource to citizens in facing up to the grave issues which confront us It needs to do so despite the attempts in a less institutionally-religious society to banish religion from the public square even despite the justifiably damaged credibility of the Roman Catholic Church in particular due to the scandals of child sexual abuse The wise and courageous interventions in public life of Archbishops Neill and Martin are greatly appreciated in this context What then might this Christian tradition have to say to our current situation Many things of which I propose to outline two First even if ‘anger is not a policy’ it is important for all not least our politicians and this government in particular to recognize that there is widespread and deep anger among our citizens at the incompetence complacency and recklessness of their leaders – the politicians bankers developers and associated groups who led the revels in the so-called Celtic Tiger era It has been said that the destructive force of Hurricane Mitch in 1998 served as an X-ray of Central America: it stripped the roofs off an entire society and revealed the deep poverty hidden inside The global recession has had a similar effect in Ireland revealing deep fault-lines that we all perhaps suspected were there but were happy to ignore as long as the weather stayed fine Of course to that extent we were all – or most of us- complicit and this should caution us against a too populist hue and cry for a justice that smells a bit like vengeance But – and this is so important – if as is absolutely right in this moment of crisis we are all being asked to come together for the common good to make sacrifices to take a lower standard of living then this needs to be done in a way that is seen to be fair and above all that protects the most vulnerable and asks the strongest to bear the heaviest weight Why then is there such an emphasis on cutting public expenditure and on the McCarthy Report (when services in health education prisons and so on are often so inadequate) and so little emphasis on the Report of the Commission on Taxation Given the behavior of our banks given NAMA why are we talking about reducing social welfare rates in effect suggesting that ‘Ireland’s poorest people are being forced to pay for the recklessness and corrupt activity of a number of extremely wealthy people and institutions’ (Social Justice Ireland Budget 2010) Why according to recent reports (I Times Monday Nov 9th 2009) is the number of people sent to prison for non-payment of fines (initially imposed as punishment for minor criminal offences) almost double the rate of last year ‘in stark contrast to the way some of the financial shenanigans in the banking sector have been handled’ (Jim O’Keeffe TD) And why does this same banking sector forgiven debtors themselves at least co-responsible for the property and housing bubble not lobby for debt forgiveness and mitigation for its own customers experiencing difficulties with mortgage repayments rather than imagining than an extension or rescheduling of loans might be sufficient Truly all this is a social dis-grace to use the language of Liberation Theology truly this resonates with the Matthean parable – ‘when his fellow servants saw what had taken place they were greatly distressed’ None of this is meant to suggest that anger on its own can be sufficient or that it can serve as a substitute for the sacrifices that we will have to make Nor does it oppose the almost universally agreed much-needed reform of our public sector the fact that we have been paying ourselves too much in both public and private sectors But from the Christian focus on the common good and in particular the preferential option for the poor it does strongly recommend to government that the desirable goal of replacing conflict and blame with cooperation and sacrifice will be achieved more readily if those who are primarily guilty are not seen to escape with impunity and if the burden of recovery is more equitably shared Why again as Garret Fitzgerald and others have frequently asked is the government focus almost exclusively on cutting expenditure and not also on addressing the scale of under-taxation that has been allowed to creep into our economy Let me come to my second point Romans talks about the ‘principalities and powers’ which have to be reckoned with but which in the end are also subject to the love of Jesus Christ Some recent commentators have identified these ‘powers’ with the hydra-like existence of evil which spreads out and atrophies into social structures and cultures which seem so strong and so much part of the prevailing common sense that even good people are tempted to be complicit How for example did we as human beings live so long with the formal toleration of slavery with the subordination of women What I want to suggest in our present context of global and national recession is that again like Hurricane Mitch something true that up to now was hidden has been revealed And that this crisis can become a kairos an opportunity to imagine a new paradigm for the future Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall Derek Scally (I Times Monday Nov 9th 2009) spoke with a couple Katja (from the West) and Hendrik (from the East) They agreed that for them and many others ‘the fixation about reaching a “West German” standard of living has softened on both sides As Katja says: ‘That West standard was only ever calculated in financial terms salary and GDP a big car and a home you never saw because you worked too much…What I’ve learned from Hendrick’s eastern friends is that health personal happiness and perhaps working a little less are all just as important’ Can we begin to imagine and to implement a less consumer driven debt-fuelled economic model with less inequality within and between nations Can we do this in a sustainable way that will protect our environment Why must a vision like this so redolent of Christian values a focus on the ‘richness of sufficiency’ (Asian Ecumenical Conference 1999) rather than on an infinite-growth model be dubbed a pipe-dream It is the kind of vision being hinted at by Gordon Brown and others when they speak of a tax on financial transactions (the so-called Tobin tax) on the social responsibility of banks of the need for an agreement at the upcoming talks on climate change in Copenhagen Where is the evidence for this kind of vision in Dublin in Ireland today Too often it seems to me we hear about the need ‘to return to growth’ as if a simple return to ‘business as usual’ were the solution Recently the Taoiseach (at the anniversary celebration of Morning Ireland) spoke about the need for a deeper intellectual engagement with the issues instancing the progressive developments in re-imagining nationalism from the New Ireland Forum in the 1980s And President McAleese has pointed to the whole peace process as an indication of the wonderful things Irish people can do against seemingly impossible odds God wants the ‘principalities and powers’ to be overcome God is with us in this struggle why not be more ambitious in seeking to use this crisis to move towards that New Jerusalem that Kingdom of God which all Christians believe will only appear in final form at the end of times but anticipations of which we are always right to struggle and hope for Conclusion: One of my happiest memories of life in Dublin was a street party in Cherry Orchard where I live on the occasion of the Dublin Millennium Celebrations in 1988 Of course you will recall that was another grim time unemployment rampant – and yet the wit the craic was mighty This city this country is resilient not least in its kind of mordant black but life-giving humour which I also experienced living in Belfast in the 1980s at the height of the Troubles So we will survive and thrive We will do so not least because as Christians believe God is on our side and all obstacles can be overcome? 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