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Obama urges Africa to follow spirit of Nelson Mandela

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Jun
30

BY JULIE PACE, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. JOHANNESBURG (AP) — President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama met privately Saturday with the family of Nelson Mandela. The meeting was held in Johannesburg at the Nelson Mandela Centre 

Although President Obama will not get a chance to see Nelson Mandela on his trip to South Africa, he is using his historic visit to pay tribute to the man he calls a hero to the world and will meet today with the Mandela family. At a joint press

JOHANNESBURG, June 28 (Reuters) – Former South African President Nelson Mandela is showing a "great improvement" in his health compared to a few days ago, his ex-wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, said on Friday.

JOHANNESBURG, June 28 (Reuters) – Former South African President Nelson Mandela is showing a "great improvement" in his health compared to a few days ago, his ex-wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, said on Friday. "I'm not a doctor but I can say that 

President Barack Obama will Sunday stare into the stark cell where Nelson Mandela spent years as prisoner of a racist regime, in a visit paying homage to his hero after he left Johannesburg without seeing the ailing icon.

Delhi University second list out, not much fall in cut off

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Jun
30

On Friday, a few of these colleges had allegedly turned away eligible students against the rules of the university. While parents and students agitated outside Maharaja Agrasen College, officials said they had to 'halt the admissions temporarily' to

Admission to the new four year undergraduate programme would not be an easy task for aspiring candidates as the first cut-off list announced by Delhi University on Wednesday night nearly touched the 100 per cent mark with 

Today we are going to share Delhi University (DU) First Cutoff list 2013.Du First cut off list will be declared on 27 July 2013 for admission to its various courses of four years undergraduate programs.In this year Delhi University 

NEW DELHI: The unexpected calm of the first day of DU admissions gave way to crowds and chaos on Friday. Some colleges ran out of forms; parents protested as admissions to two courses were stopped at Maharaja Agrasen College, and Ramjas College 

The wait for the declaration of Delhi University's first merit list was long and nerve-racking but the frenzy surrounding admissions was surprisingly missing from most colleges on Thursday – the first day of admission. While some colleges did see a

Antoni Gaudi Birthday: Google Doodle Celebrates Beloved Catalan Architect …

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Jun
30

Google today celebrated the 161st birthday of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí with a homepage doodle that highlights some of his most well known creations. The "G" in the Google logo is now Park Guell (left), a park in Barcelona designed by Gaudí and

Today's Google homepage is dedicated to Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, the leader of Catalan Modernism. Born in 1852, Gaudi's hometown in Catalonia, Spain.

Seven properties built by the architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) in or near Barcelona testify to Gaudí's exceptional creative contribution to the development of architecture and building technology in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Today is the 161st birthday of Catalan architect and designer Antoni Gaudi. If you've caught a glimpse of the amazing Google Doodle created in his honor, you can see that the Modernista creator of Sagrada Familia and other notable Spanish monuments is 

A Google Doodle today honors a historical figure in global architecture, Antoni Gaudí. Many of his structures are revered as some of the most important in architecture, and one in particular continued to be worked on long after 

Ford EcoSport: An affordable SUV for Indian mkt

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Jun
30

Ford will launch the new EcoSport in four variants with a choice of three engine and two gearbox options. Here is a look at the equipment and features each variant packs in.

“But it is going to be worrisome for others such as Maruti Suzuki, Honda and Hyundai because the pricing makes EcoSport a compelling alternative in a wide range, including small cars and compact sedans. Cars such as Hyundai i20, Volkswagen Polo, 

Ford Shocks Renault (Duster) With EcoSport Price In India.

Now that the price of the long awaited new Ford EcoSport has been announced, buyers can get themselves a very versatile car with a revolutionary engine. I believe the EcoSport will be a game changer and get good sales not only from the SUV segment but 

It has easily been the most anticipated new launch of 2013, and after an unduly long 18-month gestation period the India-spec Ford EcoSport is finally here. One reason for the delay is that Ford has been pursuing a very aggressive localisation

People line up for half-mile to get free 30-round ammo magazines before …

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Jun
30

The Orica-GreenEDGE team bus crashed into the finish line banner during today's opening stage of the Tour de France, forcing a frantic attempt to unhook the bus from a banner before the cyclists reached the finish line.

General manager Paul Holmgren and the Philadelphia Flyers' management team had a change of plans Saturday and headed to the NHL draft a day early instead of waiting to drive to Newark on Sunday morning. The reason, apparently, was Vincent 

French site Nowhereelse.fr shares [Google translation] a photo of what are claimed to be trays of batteries for the iPhone 5S coming off of a

A cycling team bus crashed into the banner overhanging the finish line of the first stage of the Tour de France in Porto Vecchio, Corsica on Saturday. With the bus briefly stuck and blocking the finish line, organizers reportedly considering cutting

Those lucky enough to be at the front of the line were handed tickets that they could redeem for their free 30-round magazine, courtesy of Magpul Industries. Magpul. Industries donated 20,000 magazines to Free Colorado for the event. A total of 1,500

Obama Compares Nelson Mandela to George Washington

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Jun
30

JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela's health has deteriorated and he is now in critical condition, the South African government said Sunday. The office of President Jacob Zuma said in a statement that he had visited the 

Mandela devoted his life to the fight against white domination, leaving Fort Hare university in the early 1940s before completing his studies. He founded the ANC Youth League with Oliver Tambo and Walter Sisulu. <br><em>Caption: Nelson Mandela (3rd 

JOHANNESBURG — Paying tribute to his personal hero, President Barack Obama met privately Saturday with Nelson Mandela's family as the world anxiously awaited news on the condition of the ailing 94-year-old anti-apartheid leader. Obama, who has 

President Barack Obama will Sunday stare into the stark cell where Nelson Mandela spent years as prisoner of a racist regime, in a visit paying homage to his hero after he left Johannesburg without seeing the ailing icon.

Nelson Mandela remained in critical condition on Monday, after his condition deteriorated in hospital over the weekend.

Film review: Ghanchakkar feels like a rushed effort

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Jun
30

The mystery in 'Ghanchakkar' involves the whereabouts of a suitcase containing stolen cash. Yet, a harder puzzle to crack is figuring out just how so many talented people could make such a disappointing film.

Ghanchakkar quick movie review: Vidya Balan and Emraan Hashmi try hard to make you laugh! – Our critic feels the Rajkumar Gupta film moves at a leisurely pace BollywoodLife's critic Suparna Thombare is watching Vidya 

Film: Ghanchakkar; Cast: Emraan Hashmi, Vidya Balan, Rajesh Verma and Namit Das; Director: Rajkumar Gupta; Rating: ***1/2.

Yet, a harder puzzle to crack is figuring out just how so many talented people could make such a disappointing film. Ghanchakkar has all the ingredients for a dark comedy, yet shaken and stirred they blend like oil and water.

The ApunKaChoice movie review of Ghanchakkar. Rajkumar Gupta's film Ghanchakkar tries so desperately hard to make you laugh that one pitifully grins at the film and not with it. For a movie trying to raise the cinematic bar with a genre-switching tale

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Uttarakhand tragedy: Why development couldn’t save lives – Firstpost

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Jun
30

Nearly all the visitors who survived the catastrophe in Uttarakhand’s Garhwal region have been rescued. All that is left now is a ravaged valley and its hapless residents who will have to cope with the consequence of this calamity for years to come.

While offering to rebuild Kedarnath and much of Garhwal’s infrastructure that has been washed away, chief minister Vijay Bahuguna flatly refused to acknowledge thatthe disaster as manmade. Since he is not alone in his obsession for growth and contemptfor the environmental bogey, it may be useful to examine a few myths that were reinforced in the past two weeks.

Dismissing the manmade angle to the disaster, the CM said it was childish to suggest that riverbed encroachment or illegal construction triggered the cloudburst that rained down on Kedarnath. He could have been more polite but certainly not more right.

Of course, construction – unless one builds a castle in the cloud – cannot trigger cloudbursts or heavy rainfall. Though I have not come across any such claim made by any activist or environmentalist in the media, it is possible someone had indeed lobbed that full-toss to the CM for a free-hit. Otherwise, Bahuguna was being either too clever or plain naive.

Rescue operations in Uttarakhand. AFP.

Rescue operations in Uttarakhand. AFP.

Natural calamities are called natural, or acts of god, for a reason: they are beyond human control. Now there is apparently enough evidence to suggest that global warming is changing the monsoon pattern and making it increasingly erratic. Unfortunately, that bit of science is still soaked too much in faith for and against and anyway Bahuguna’s Uttarakhand alone could not have reversed any global climate trend.

When a cloudburst and a cloudburst-induced glacial melt or landslide happens, a lot of water flows downhill. Till this part, the disaster is natural or an act of god. It is also natural that gushing water destroys properties and lives in its path. But way too many properties and lives came in the way of the Mandakini and Alakananda on 16 and 17 June because we placed ourselves where we were never supposed to. That part, the part that made a natural calamity an enormous human tragedy, is entirely and unquestionably manmade.

So when Bahuguna said it was not a manmade tragedy, he was probably objecting to calling it a tragedy. Maybe, the CM, too, like many in politics, media and other allied industries, believes that such loss of lives and property is in fact part of legitimate (read manmade) risk-benefit trade-offs.

There are several false and self-contradictory assumptions in this risk-benefit argument. For example, it claims all infrastructure development is fine if it takes necessary safety precautions. Now, any precaution involves certain restrictions on the size or even the scope of a project. Can development be restricted and yet unlimited? Can it be indiscriminate and yet policed?

Let’s look at the dams since these are the biggest bone of contention. The argument goes that no dam was ever breached in India in spite of the sustained scare-mongering of the environmentalists. But can the safety records from our plains or the old-rock Deccan plateau be any benchmark for the Himalayas which is the world’s youngest and most unstable mountain range?

It is convenient to forget the recent warnings from Sikkim (here and here). But suppose all our dams are quake resistant, what purpose will they serve if therivers they are built on change course due to seismic activity? Or if landslides drop huge masses of debris in reservoirs causing overtopping, like it happened in Italy in 1963and two weeks ago at Kedarnath?

Besides, susceptibility to breaches is not the only issue with dams. They change the very hydrology of a river by blocking water and silt, affecting the riverine ecosystem and livelihood of thousands downstream. If all goes to plan, the Ganga will almost entirely flow through tunnels for a distance of 130 km — from 14-km downstream its origin at Gangotri to Dharasu near Uttarkashi.

Does our risk-benefit calculation factor in the damage to the tunnelled river’s hydrology or the biodiversity it supports? Does it account for the instability such extensive tunnelling will cause inthe mountains, or the impact of blasting and widening thousands of kilometres of roads through the hills to carry heavy machinery and material for these monstrous constructions?

We are told that the Tehri dam saved the plains by holding thecumulative water load of Mandakini and Alakananda this disaster season. Indeed, the damage to the crowded floodplains downstream would be higher if the water released in cloudbursts flowed unrestricted. But only because we forgot that floodplains are supposed to get flooded and should not be used as real estate. Or did we deliberately put ourselves at risk?

But even Tehri will not be lucky every time. Ask the Srinagar residents who built on the Alakananda floodplain and had to abandon their houses on 17 June when dam waters were released without any warning. Even the massive Tehri dam can hold only a finite quantity of water and silt is steadily filling up its reservoir. During some monsoon in the future, it will be forced to release water and the impact will be more devastating than what we witnessed at Kedarnath.

This brings us back to the deadpan risk-benefit argument. To enjoy the fruits of development, we are told, we should be ready to pay a price. But who are ‘we’ in this question? The people of the hill in whose name the roads, resorts and dams are being peddled?

For all the hype, only 2 per cent of Uttarakhand’s jobs are in tourism. The resorts and tourist services are mostly owned and run by outsiders. For all the talk of the state becoming power surplus in three years, the electricity will be channelled to distant plains to run factories and light up shopping malls.

To make that growth story come true, the poor hill people must die in hundreds and thousands every few years. Because the power revenue earned by the state will soon change their fortune, just like the revenue of its booming tourism industry already has.

Five reasons why Champions Trophy 2013 was successful

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Jun
30

The Champions Trophy win is an important landmark in India's rebuilding effort, and credit must be extended to the team's selection committee that has been unafraid of taking a few tough decisions – Cricket news from from 

Nathan McCullum has become the first fielder to take four catches in an innings in the ICC Champions Trophy. Five other New Zealand fielders have taken four catches in an innings in ODIs — Ken Rutherford, Chris Harris, Stephen Fleming, Ross Taylor and 

India have won both the Grand Finals against England in ODIs – by two wickets in the NatWest series at Lord's on July 13, 2002 and by five runs at Edgbaston in the ICC Champions Trophy at Edgbaston on June 23, 2013. # India have defeated England in all 

Dwayne Bravo(2R) of West Indies high fives Darren Sammy (2L) after capturing the wicket of JP Duminy of South Africa during the ICC Champions Trophy Group B match between West Indies and South Africa at the SWALEC Stadium on June 14, 2013 in 

London, June 25: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the Team of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, which included seven players from the England and India sides that featured in the final at Edgbaston 

Ford EcoSport: An affordable SUV for Indian mkt

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Jun
30

It has taken Ford the longest time to launch the EcoSport, but given its starting price of Rs 5.59 lakh, it certainly seems worth the wait.

India's leading online portal for posting the particulars about used and new cars, Gaadi.com feels that the US auto maker has taken a very wise step forward with the game changer Ecosport. The all new Ecosport will be in direct competition with Renault 

India's leading online portal for posting the particulars about used and new cars, Gaadi.com feels that the US auto maker has taken a very wise step forward with the game changer Ecosport. The all new Ecosport will be in direct competition with Renault 

After a year long uninterrupted run, Renault Duster–the blockbuster story of last year, gets its first dose of competition. The launch of the Ford EcoSport has been keenly awaited for quite sometime. It grabbed a lot of eyeballs 

Renault Duster vs Ford EcoSport: A complete comparison. Wednesday, Jun 26, 2013, 23:06 IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA. Michell Mathias. Both Renault Duster and Ford EcoSport are strong contenders for the best compact SUV in India. Here's a 

Obama Compares Nelson Mandela to George Washington

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Jun
30

Nelson Mandela is dying, yet he remains iconic, not only for South Africans, but for the rest of us as well.

JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela's health has deteriorated and he is now in critical condition, the South African government said Sunday. The office of President Jacob Zuma said in a statement that he had visited the 

Charlize Theron: Keeping Nelson Mandela in My Thoughts!

Charlize Theron: Keeping Nelson Mandela in My Thoughts!

PRETORIA – Nelson Mandela “is not going to go anywhere anytime soon,” one of the anti-apartheid icon's daughters told NBC News in an exclusive interview on Thursday. Speaking to Special Correspondent Charlayne 

Film review: Ghanchakkar feels like a rushed effort

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Jun
30

Film: Ghanchakkar; Cast: Emraan Hashmi, Vidya Balan, Rajesh Verma and Namit Das; Director: Rajkumar Gupta; Rating: ***1/2.

Bollywood's latest release "Ghanchakkar" directed by Rajkumar Gupta has hit the screens on Friday. Director Rajkumar Gupta had earlier given amazing films like "Aamir" and "No One Killed Jessica", but this time he failed to impress critics with

The mystery in 'Ghanchakkar' involves the whereabouts of a suitcase containing stolen cash. Yet, a harder puzzle to crack is figuring out just how so many talented people could make such a disappointing film.

Yet, a harder puzzle to crack is figuring out just how so many talented people could make such a disappointing film. Ghanchakkar has all the ingredients for a dark comedy, yet shaken and stirred they blend like oil and water.

Even after the cartoon-colour credit titles, the two lead players of 'Ghanchakkar', directed by believe it or gasp Raj Kumar Gupta, remain strictly one-dimensional. Figments of a very febrile imagination, Lazy Lad Sanju (Emraan Hashmi) and Bustling

Ford EcoSport: An affordable SUV for Indian mkt

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Jun
30

The world had been predicting the Ecosport to cost somewhere close the Duster, as that was the only picture known to us. However, Ford had a completely differ.

CarDekho got a candid opportunity to speak to Mr. Joginder Singh, President & Managing Director of Ford India, at the launch event of Ford EcoSport compact.

Newly crowned car market king, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, is likely to be the biggest loser in terms of monthly volumes due to the Ford EcoSport compact 'Urban SUV'. The EcoSport's aggressive pricing of R5.59-8.99 lakh squarely targets the same customer

Moving onto the Titanium variant of the Ford EcoSport, buyers will get a lot more kit than the Ambiente and Trend variants both in terms of equipment and cosmetic enhancements such as climate control, keyless entry and engine start/stop, cooled

It has taken Ford the longest time to launch the EcoSport, but given its starting price of Rs 5.59 lakh, it certainly seems worth the wait.

Obama Compares Nelson Mandela to George Washington

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Jun
30

Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela was admitted to a South African hospital on June 8 with a lung infection. His condition has been described as "critical," and members of the Mandela family and tribal leaders gathered in the former president's

Barack Obama has paid homage to Nelson Mandela in his first visit to South Africa since coming to power, describing the country's first black president as an "inspiration to the world and a personal hero". The US president praised the "moral courage

The world's media is watching South Africa for news about the health of former president, Nelson Mandela. Mr Mandela's condition is still described as critical, but stable. His eldest daughter Makaziwe Mandela has criticised the international media

Nelson Mandela's family's graveyard in Qunu, Eastern Cape. Mandla ordered the bodies to be exhumed two years ago and taken to Mvezo, the nearby village where Mr Mandela was born. This appears to have been an attempt to pressure the family to agree 

"Our thoughts and those of Americans and people all around the world are with Nelson Mandela and his family and all of South Africans," Obama said. "The struggle here for freedom, Madiba's moral courage, this country's historic transition to a free

‘Tayyab Ali’ will be hit among youngsters: Imran

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Jun
30

STAFF WRITER 20:8 HRS IST

Gurgaon, Jun 29 (PTI) Actor Imran Khan feels the classic
qawali number ‘Tayyab Ali’, which has been recreated in his
upcoming film “Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobaara”, will be
popular among youngsters.

The makers of “Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobaara” bought
the official rights of the song ‘Tayyab Ali Pyaar Ka Dushman’
from Manmohan Desai, who directed and produced 1977 film “Amar
Akbar Anthony”.

'Nothing was sweeter than my first Test'

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Jun
30

Match report of Somerset v Australians, Taunton, 4th day from Australia in England – The Investec Ashes.

Salman Butt, the banned former Pakistan captain, has publicly admitted to his part in spot-fixing for the first time and issued an apology. He has also indicated his willingness to participate in PCB and ICC rehabilitation programmes and said he still

Afghanistan have been granted the Associate membership of the ICC to become the 37th country to get that status – Cricket news from Cricinfo ICC Site.

India captain MS Dhoni wants his side to keep up their impressive run from the recently concluded Champions Trophy in England. The same squad that was part of the title triumph last Sunday, with the exception of Irfan Pathan whose hamstring injury gave 

Salman Butt, the banned former Pakistan captain, has publically admitted to his part in spot-fixing for the first time and issued an apology – Cricket news from from cricket in Pakistan.

Afghanistan get Associate membership

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Jun
30

The report has been delayed thrice before and according to Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan, it is now expected to come out only in the first week of August. Press Trust of India | Last updated on Sunday, 30 June 2013 11:55 Print font

In a bid to clamp down on ball tampering, the ICC has strenghened the umpires' authority by agreeing a two-step on-field process to deal with the issue – Cricket news from Cricinfo ICC Site.

Dissatisfied with the pace of construction work at Cox's Bazaar and Sylhet, two of the four venues scheduled to host matches during the 2014 World Twenty20, the ICC has issued Bangladesh an alert – Cricket news from ICC 

Dissatisfied with the pace of construction work at Cox's Bazaar and Sylhet, two of the four venues scheduled to host matches during the 2014 World Twenty20, the ICC has issued Bangladesh an alert – Cricket news from ICC 

The Champions Trophy is now officially history with the ICC confirming a World Test Championship from 2017 onwards – Cricket news from Cricinfo ICC Site.

For a Day, Wimbledon Turns Most Hospitable to the 20-and-Under

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Jun
30

Tournament-favorite Serena Williams earned her 600th career victory by steamrolling Kimiko Date-Krumm 6-2, 6-0 to advance to the second week of Wimbledon on Saturday. It was also Serena's 34th consecutive victory, the longest winning streak of her 

Kvitova, the Wimbledon champion in 2011, possesses ample talent, and not many would be surprised if she landed in another final here. Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka, in the same half of the draw, have exited, and the invincible-looking Serena 

WIMBLEDON, England — Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens continued their fine form at majors on Saturday, booking spots in the fourth round at Wimbledon. Williams, 31, and Stephens, 20, represent opposite ends of the current generation of American 

Petra Kvitova prevailed against Ekaterina Makarova, 6-3, 2-6, 6-3, in a rain-delayed third-round contest completed Saturday.

ATPWorldTour.com takes a look at the news and talking points at Wimbledon.

Djokovic shining in trail of Federer and Nadal

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Jun
30

Traditionally, the Wimbledon Championships have served as a measuring stick for the tennis world, separating the exceptional from the merely talented.

While his loss to Steve Darcis marked Rafael Nadal's first opening-round defeat at a Grand Slam event, Nadal stated that his victories far outweigh his losses.

For the second year in a row, Rafael Nadal's Wimbledon stay ends early at the hands of a player with a ranking in the triple digits.

The Spanish player has now returned to his homeland before focus shifts to the hard court season ahead of the US Open in September, although the report said that fans, however, will get a chance to see Nadal on his favorite surface of clay once again

WIMBLEDON, England — In moments of crisis, there is always a tendency to rush to judgment. It's human nature to want to make sense amid the nonsense, to discover and describe a context where perhaps none yet exists. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal 

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