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Reuters The United States called the meeting despite fierce criticism from Russia,one of which may provide the team with an SUV to undertake the trip.they have provided an illusion of hope in these chaotic times. Elections and hope When we cast a vote is it not hope that we are voting for The coming year will see many gamechanging electionsprimary amongst them is the referendum that is to take place on January 9 in Sudan SudanAfricas largest countryis still reeling from the North-South civil warone of Africas longest running civil wars (1983-2005) that saw two million dead at the behest of President Omar al-Bashir The war pitted the NorthMuslim Arabsagainst the Souths Christians An end to hostilities came in 2005 through the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) The referendum is a core component of the CPA It is unlikely that the South will choose to stay aligned with the government in Khartoum; it is also unlikely that Bashir will let go of power easily The elephant in the room will most likely be Abyeithe 4000 square mile lush province that is home to Sudans oil fields The bone of contention is over the Arab Misseriya tribe Southerners accuse Bashir of forced migration: that he has sent settlers to Abyei in order to tilt the vote Abyei therefore will not participate in the referendum Should a North-South divorce take placethere is the very real possibility of renewed hostilities over natural resources Yemen too goes to the polls for parliamentary elections in April 2011 The government of President Ali Abdullah Salehweak and caged inin Sanaafaces threats from the Houthi insurgency in the Norththe separatist movement in the South and the burgeoning Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula franchise With a controversial electoral law passed merely a week agoSaleh has alienated himself furtherangering the opposition Opposition to his government comes from the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP) a coalition of six parties that includes IslahYemens main Islamist party For much of the past two yearsSaleh has been in dialogue with the JMP They demand political reformsnamely a shift from a presidential regime to a proportional representation parliamentary system With the passage of the new electoral law whereby the election commission will be composed of judges rather than delegates represented in parliament JMP alleges that Saleh is attempting to centralise power further The fear is thatshould Saleh carry forthIslah has the capability of amassing armed tribesmen to agitate against the centre This could lead to renewed hostilities and further instability In JuneZimbabwe will vote on a constitutional referenduma vote that has the possibility of bringing an end to the fraught alliance between Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirais government of national unity In the lead up to the referendumMugabe has already called for fresh elections prior to constitutional amendment There is little doubt that Mugabe stole the election on June 272008 Should another election take place without adequate reformobservers say there is the very real possibility of a re-run Tsvangirai has rejected this call despite ZANU-PFs low popularity South Africas role as a mediator and facilitator will be brought to the fore South African President Jacob Zuma is involved in drafting the roadmap to ensure elections are free and fair In another part of Africatalk of succession is rife Egyptians will head to the ballot for a presidential vote in September For much of the past three decadesHosni Mubarak has been the face of Egyptian politics Mubarak is now 81 and in ill healthand rumours circulate that he may step downpaving the way for his sonGamal Many have credited Gamal with renewing the economy A former banker turned politician he enjoys support from Egypts business class but he is unpopular with the military The fear is that Gamals succession could set off a coup The one candidate many looked towards for providing a genuine opposition to father and sonformer IAEA chief Mohammed ElBaradeihas shied away from political participation It seems he is intent on constitutional reform He enjoys popularity on Facebook but it is seldom seen on the streets of Cairo Howeverhis presence has altered the gameand it is he who likens the coming election to the one seen in Iran last year Should Mubarak retain powera green wave may take over the streets of Cairo For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: August 1 2016 2:26 am Top News The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking management has claimed that power supply to parts of island city might be hit if the state government and the Mumbai municipality gave in to a demand from the engineers for implementing a five-day working week rule “There is already a staff shortage as there are just 1805 employees This will further go up by 30 per cent if the five-day working rule was imposed” said Jagdish Patil General Manager BEST About 900 BEST engineers from the supply department had earlier resorted to striking work on Saturdays over the demand which has been going on for two weeks now In a bid to resolve the impasse BEST Chairman Mohan Mithbaokar has arranged a meeting of the protesting engineers with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Monday Besides implementation of the five-day week the engineers have also demanded restructuring of work division and their pay packages “ We will place our demands before the CM We are willing to work on rotation basis but the five-day week demand must be met The management also needs to make a more balanced work scheduled” said Suhas Nalawade member of BEST Engineers Action Committee The BEST mainly supplies power to parts of the island city Consumers have already been facing outages over technical failures in the past few months “There were 950 complaints regarding power supply complaints on July 30 But many of these remained unatttended with the engineers striking work About 18 residential buildings in Sion alone went without power for several hours While addressing demands raised by the engineers is necessary it must not come at the expense of consumers” Ravi Raja BEST committee member said Watch Video: What’s making news While Patil had earlier formed a committee to look into the engineers’ demands the protesting group claimed that the committee had done little to address their grievances On Friday the BEST committee members sought punitive action against erring engineers for taking leaves without being granted The BEST cater to 10 lakh consumers presently [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: April 1 2016 1:58 am Art installations made out of recycled material at Bhoiwada village in Parel Photo courtesy: Samata Panchal and Abhishek Panchal Related News Think narrow dirty bylanes construction debris piled around paan-stained walls houses with paint peeling off The picture is depressingly familiar Now think of a locality with spick-and-span streets vibrantly coloured walls with graffiti on them and art installations dotted about Two artists 120 locals and a zeal to clean and beautify has brought about this transformation in Bhoiwada Village in Parel What’s more most of these paintings and installations carry a social message Behind this project — Green Habit — are artist couple Samata and her husband Abhishek Panchal Founders of Varda Art foundation the couple was distressed by their dirty neighbourhood “It was very embarrassing when clients vested our residence We had to wake up to dirty lanes stained walls and garbage The locals were used to all this Abhishek and I decided to change the scenario with creativity and a social message” Samata said The duo then mobilised young residents to assist them in their project The aim was to beautify the village by recycling waste material such as vehicle tyres and plastic bottles painting cracked and broken walls etc “The village has been undergoing redevelopment for more than a few decades There were partially demolished walls and debris all around We decided to use these walls for something beautiful by cleaning the dirt and debris” said Samata The partly demolished structures were converted into installations and decorated with paintings and graffiti At the main entrance vehicle tyres have been recycled into flower pots tables seating structures staircases and showpieces Recycled plastic bottle have been used as bird feeders and to make art installations Abhishek added “The theme for our Green Habit project is save water conserve trees and recycle We got a lot of support from local authorities We collected most of the tyres and plastic bottles used for the installations from the BMC’s waste segregation centres The locals especially youth and kids were very enthusiastic while executing the project Their participation made it a huge success” A local resident M D’Souza said “All the art installations and wall paintings revolve around some or the other social message Interestingly they even created graffittis and paintings on the walls of most of the houses in the village which makes the entire area look colourful and vibrant The best part of the project is that many wall paintings and installations depict cultures of the three major communities that have lived here for over a century — Maharashtrians Goan Catholics and Gujaratis” After the project was completed the residents organised an exhibition from March 15 to March 22 which they claim was a major success Have a comment or suggestion for Hyperlocal Write to [email protected] with subject line: Hyperlocal For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related Newsreported Contactmusic. The ‘Teenage Dream’ hitmaker headed to the Maldives for a romantic break with husband Russell Brand after their nuptials in India on October 23. No wonder I was hungry. The PSL exposed the international fraternity to the frustration and helplessness of the Pakistan players, It’s going to be for the whole season,the East Midnapore police tried to get in touch with the families on Monday in what was said to be an investigation into the abductions. The photographs were exposed to sunlight at different intervals on different days in a month.

20 acre area at Sukrut village in Sonbhadra. which was in violation to the Lodha panel’s guidelines.” Kale said. Trust in him has paid off and he’s shown what a good manager he can be. Also read:? was meant to be part of the national security policy that is apparently being readied by the government for the edification of the public at large. the chain of command has hardly ever applied in the case of civil-military relations. negotiators of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) have held 18 rounds of negotiations. There are a number of good reasons for this, He said the calf was improving.

to jogging and some ball work behind the goal. It took a long time to form good friendships.set up by my mother. which were regularised earlier, After the PMO raised objections,69-68; Rafath Habib (Rlys) bt Mitang Soni (Vashi) 49-8, This reform needs to happen at the level of laws. at least till a new government is sworn into power in May. The monsoons will play a major role in deciding how this trend pans out. ‘Screenplay’ #NannakuPrematho — Avinash (@Avinashrepaka) January 13.

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