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Heavy rains lash Mumbai, Thane; 8 killed, flights delayed - 6/16/2010

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MUMBAI: Heavy rains coupled with strong winds on Wednesday lashed the city and its suburbs, disrupting air and rail traffic and leading to water logging in many areas.

The city received 60.77 mm rainfall since Tuesday. Colaba in south Mumbai received 78.6 mm and suburban Santacruz received 95.0 mm, the MET department said.

Train services on the Western line were running late by 10-15 minutes whereas on the Central line, trains were delayed by 15-20 minutes.

Airline sources said there was an average delay of one-and-a-half to two hours in flight operations due to heavy rains.

"The start-up delay is around one-and-a-half to two hours due to congestion caused by heavy rains and strong winds," they said.

However, the Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) spokesperson said, "There is an average delay of half-an-hour to 40 minutes across flights."

Five flights have been diverted, including one Air India Chennai flight, the sources said.

Water logging has been reported at Dadar in central Mumbai, Cadbury Junction, Hind Mata and other areas, civic officials said.

Heavy rainfall is expected to continue in the city with strong gusty winds and thundershowers in parts of city and suburbs, the weatherman said.

The BMC has on Wednesday alerted a high tide of 4.70 metres at 1521 hours.

"Any tide above 4.5 metres is coupled with heavy rains and is a matter of concern," joint municipal commissioner S S Shinde said.

Another tide of 4.07 metres is expected at 1421 hours, the civic body said.

"We appeal to Mumbaikars not to venture into the sea and stay away from the coastline area as a high tide has been predicted today," Shinde said.

The civic body had earlier said that the city would witness high tides measuring about 4.70 metres till June 17.

In the month of June, there will be tides from June 13 to 17 measuring between 4.58 m to 4.73 m, the BMC had said.

On July 26, 2005, the metropolis saw unprecedented floods as 944 mm of rainfall coincided with a 4.48 m tide.

8 killed as wall collapses in Thane

Eight people were crushed to death in sleep when a wall collapsed in Mumbai's Thane area early on Wednesday, police said.

The incident took place around 4.30am when the boundary wall of Dosti Constructions in Vartak Nagar suburb of Dyaneshwar Nagar area in Thane suddenly collapsed on the hutments adjacent to the wall, trapping the people who were fast asleep.

Relief operations were underway by the police and fire brigade officials to rescue the people trapped in the debris.

As per preliminary information, the wall is believed to have collapsed owing to heavy rains lashing Mumbai in the past two days.

So far, there have been 40 rain-related deaths across the state in the past one week.

Transplant patient got smoker's lungs - 6/16/2010

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London: A transplant patient who died five months after surgery was given the lungs of someone who had smoked for 30 years.

Lyndsey Scott, 28, was never told about the unhealthy lifestyle led by the donor. On Monday night, her family told of their horror at learning the truth after applying to see her medical notes.

Scott, a cystic fibrosis sufferer, was put on the transplant waiting list four years ago after her condition deteriorated.

Donor lungs became available 20 months later and she hoped the double transplant would prolong her life.

She underwent surgery in February last year but there were serious complications from the start and she spent more than six weeks in intensive care.

Eventually, she was allowed back home to her parents in Wigan but still suffered from breathlessness.

After only a few weeks, she had to go back to hospital. Scott died in July with her family at her bedside with her cause of death given as pneumonia.

It was only months later after applying for medical notes that her family made the shocking discovery about the donor.

Shortage of donors

"She would have been horrified to have known those lungs were from a smoker and quite definitely she would have refused that operation. She was always anti-smoking because of her condition," said her father Allan on Monday.

"For someone to have a major, major operation like a double lung transplant and not be given all the facts is unthinkable."

A shortage of donors is forcing surgeons to consider an increasing number of less healthy organs. Research has revealed around a quarter of donated organs are classed as higher-risk or 'marginal' - double the rate of a decade ago.

Doctors, however, insisted they only used organs which they were confident would be a success.

Scott's parents said they understood there was a shortage of organs but wanted to know why patients were not told about donors before surgery.

"I understand there is no such thing as a perfect organ," said her father, a retired painter and decorator.

"The hospital have said Lyndsey wasn't told the lungs had come from a smoker as it could have added to the stress of the operation - but how can that be right? Patients should be made aware at the beginning of the transplant assessment phase."

Scott's sister Karen added: "A couple of weeks before she died, she said I wished I'd not gone through with it. Those words have really come back to haunt us."

University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Trust said it had followed national guidelines.


Magisterial probe ordered into Naxal Vasanth encounter - 6/16/2010

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UDUPI: The Udupi Deputy Commissioner has ordered a magisterial probe into the police encounter in which Naxal Vasanth alias Anand died.

The Naxal suspect Vasanth had died in a gun battle between cops and Naxals at Mairoli in Andaru village of Karkala taluk on March 1, 2010. The DC has appointed the Kundapur Magistrate to probe into this case.

The hearing would be held at the Karkala Tahsildar's office on June 29 at 11 am. Kundapur Magistrate B Sadashiv Prabhu has said that those having information or have been a witness to the incident can appear for the hearing and depose before the enquiry officer.



Felicitation function held for Christian Grama Panchayat Candidates of the Udupi District - 6/16/2010

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Udupi : In a unique and meaningful function, the International Federation of Karnataka Christian Association (IFKCA) felicitated all the Christian candidates who had contested in the recently held Grama Panchayat (GP) elections on Tuesday, 15th June 2010 at 5.30 pm in the Don Bosco Hall, Udupi. More than 200 candidates attended the function.

There were three sections in the hall that were reserved for the candidate s from three Talukas of the Udupi District-Udupi, Karkala and Kundapura. Mr. Vincent Alva who anchored the programme, in his introductory remark pointed out the reason for organising such a function to felicitate all the Christian contestants in the recently held GP elections. He thanked Mr. Ronald Colaco, Chairman of IFKCA for organising such a grand function to felicitate all the contestants in the GP elections.

The guests of honour on the dais included: Rev. Fr. Frederick Mascarenhas-Principal of the Milagres College, Kallianpur, Rev. Lawrence David Crasta-Vicar General and Correspondent of St. Mary’s Orthodox Syrian Cathedral, Brahmavar, Rev. Steven Sarvottama-Warden, CSI Boys Hostel, Udupi and Vicar General of Mangalore CSI Diocese, Mr. J R Lobo-Executive Director of Pilikula Natural Park, Mrs. Gladys DAlmeida-President, Udupi Zilla Panchayat and Mr. Ronald Colaco-Chairman of IFKCA, who also presided over the felicitation function. Other guests included: Mr. Michael Baptist-General Secretary of IFKCA, Mr. Denis DSilva, State Convener, Mr. Joachim Serao and Mr. Roshan Castelino.

The function began with the prayer song sung by Clifford Chetan and group, following which Mr. Louis Lobo-Organizer of IFKCA welcomed the guests on the dais who were presented with flower bouquets by Mr. Ronald Colaco. The lamp was then lighted by the guests on the dais beginning with the president, Mr. Ronald Colaco. 

In his keynote address, Mr. Ronald Colaco explained the reason as to why he took the initiative to start the International Federation of Karnataka Christian Association which is spread over 30 talukas of the state. In a thought provoking speech, Mr. Colaco pointed out how the Christian community had remained backward as far as politics is concerned. He expressed satisfaction that in the recently held GP elections considerable number of Christian candidates had participated and some of them have emerged victorious. However, he felt that compared to the number of Christians, the number is quite less and there is need for more and more Christians to come forward and make their presence felt in the political field. He further pointed out that in order to meet the challenges of anti-Christian propaganda and attacks,  it is necessary for the Christians to build themselves as a political force. 

Following the released a handbook that gives information about the Grama Panchayat administration by Mrs. Gladys DAlmeida, President of the Udupi Zilla Panchayat, the chief speaker of the function, Mr. J R Lobo, addressed the newly elected members of the GPs on the role of the elected members in the administration of the panchayats. He said that in order to have an effective administration, it is necessary to have good officers and good representatives of the people. For the success of an elected representative in the GP, Mr. Lobo said that, he or she should have good knowledge about the various schemes that are being implemented by the GPs under direct grant from the government; should have good rapport with the officials and good public relation; and should have a sense of discipline so that decisions can be taken after proper debates and discussion rather than wasting time in needless talk and controversies.

Two prominent persons who have achieved high positions were honoured by Mr. Ronald Colaco by presenting them shawls, jasmine garlands and mementos. These two persons are: Mrs. Gladys DAlmedia who is the President of the Udupi Zilla Panchayat and Mrs. Mary Annie Ranjani Shreshta who is a reputed Lawyer and Notary.

All those candidates who had contested the GP elections but unfortunately lost were felicitated for their efforts by presenting each one a memento. Similarly, all the winners in the recently held GP elections were honoured with shawl strips and mementos.

In his felicitation address to the candidates, Mr. Gerald Fernandes, President of the Social Justice Committee of the Udupi Zilla Panchayat complimented all the candidates for their efforts in contesting the GP elections and greatly appreciated Mr. Ronald Colaco and the IFKCA office bearers for felicitating all the candidates. He made an appeal to all the winners to work in their respective GPs for the benefit of all especially the poor and downtrodden. 

On behalf of the winning candidates, Mr. Philip DSilva from Kundapur and on behalf of the defeated candidates Mrs. Lona Andrade from Padubidre on behalf of all the candidates expressed their feelings of gratitude and happiness towards the IFKCA for organizing the felicitation function for them.

Rev. Fr. Frederick Mascarenhas, Rev. Lawrence David Crasta and rev. Steven Sarvottama in their respective messages congratulated all the winners in the last GP elections and wished good luck to others in the next election. The expressed hope that all the members of the GPs would work for the good of all the people irrespective of their religion and community and be an example to everyone as good representatives of the people.

Dr. Ritesh Johnson, Director of the Mission Hospital, Udupi proposed the vote of thanks.

 


Brief Mumbai News with pictures 15-06- 2010 - 6/16/2010

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Akshay Kumar will be singned as Brand Ambassodor for Manappuram General Finance & Leasing Ltd. on Monday 14th Jun 2010 at Filmistan Goregaon (W). Photo By Vijay Bate.

Mumbai, June 15: Bollywood actress Dipali Syed during the inauguration of nine showrooms of SuwarnaSparsh Gems and Jewellery in Central Mumbai on Tuesday

File no 01 :- Mumbai June 15 :- From L to R - Colonel M K Joshi, Group Commander,N C C , Commodore R S S Subramaniam, Director, N C C Directorate, Maharashtra, Bollywood actor Adhyan Suman & Prakash Borgaonkar(JD-West) Help Age India unveiling the Posters concept of World Elder Abuse Awarness in Mumbai.

 

 

File no 02 :- Mumbai June 15 :- From L to R - Colonel M K Joshi, Group Commander,N C C , Commodore R S S Subramaniam, Director, N C C Directorate, Maharashtra, Bollywood actor Adhyan Suman & Prakash Borgaonkar(JD-West) Help Age India unveiling the Reports concept of World Elder Abuse Awarness in Mumbai.

 

 

File no 03 :- Mumbai June 15 :- From L to R - Colonel M K Joshi, Group Commander,N C C , Commodore R S S Subramaniam, Director, N C C Directorate, Maharashtra, Bollywood actor Adhyan Suman  concept of World Elder Abuse Awarness in Mumbai.In pic Adhyan Suman express his view.

 

 

File no 04 :- Mumbai June 15 :- From L to R - Colonel M K Joshi, Group Commander,N C C , Commodore R S S Subramaniam, Director, N C C Directorate, Maharashtra, Bollywood actor Adhyan Suman  concept of World Elder Abuse Awarness in Mumbai.In pic Adhyan Suman &Commodore R S S Subramaniam signing on pledge

Mumbai June 15 One of the Dolphin category fish deadly found out side the Ramtek Bunglow of Dy C M Residence in Mumbai. In pic Chhagan Bhujbal seeing the  fish.


First World Konkani Cultural Convention will be launched on June 20 at B'lore - 6/16/2010

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Mangalore ,  Tuesday, June 15, 2010 :  Mandd Sobhann, the Premier Konkani Cultural Organisation, organizing the First World Konkani Cultural Convention, from 25th November to 19th December 2010. More than 60 troupes consisting more than 1000 artists belonging to various castes, creeds, dialects and regions of Konkani will present Konkani folk, theatre, musical and dance performances.

Konkani Film Festival, Food Festival, Youth Festival, Art Festival, Kavita Fest, Konkani Bazaar, competitions, costumes & cuisine included along with few other world level events. 2nd ‘Global Konkani Music Awards’ will be presented, 25 institutions from around the world will be honoured, Performance of  Goinchin Neketram troupe and 6th ‘Carvalho Gharaanne – Thomas Stephen’s Konkani Kendra Kalakaar Puraskaar. 

The Launching ceremony of this great event will take place on June 20, 2010, at St. Joseph's Indian High School Auditorium, Bangalore at 6 pm, B Janardhan Reddy, Hon'ble Minister for Tourism, Govt. of Karnataka will be the chief guest informed in a press conference held on June 15 at press club.

Ronald Colaco, Chairman, World Convention, Eric Ozario, Gurkar, Mandd Sobhann, Louis J Pinto – President, Mandd Sobhann, Stany Alvares, Co-ordinator, Mandd Sobhann and Arun Raj Rodrigues, PRO, Mandd Sobhann were present in a press conference.



Mangalore: Low-lying areas filled with flood waters due to heavy rain - 6/15/2010

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Mangalore, Jul 15: Heavy downpour continued in coastal Karnataka and flood like situation arisen in many places on Monday 14. The movements of vehicles were badly affected as flood waters flowing on the streets at knee level.


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Several low lying areas including Netravathi Bridge area, Alekala near Ullal and Kallapu were inundated. The roof tiles of the Government school at Mahakali Padpu, Jappinamogru were partially damaged due to ghastly winds. In the incident a shed belongs to a bidi contractor J Ibrahim was also damaged and the cost of the damage estimated at Rs 10,000. The dwellers of this area are very scared to lead life here, as level of water not only increased but also entered into their house.


Rain damages 18 houses schools in Udupi District
Udupi(Thehindu): Eighteen houses and a school were damaged in Udupi district in heavy rain on Monday. Of the three taluks in the district, Kundapura recorded maximum damages.


According to the Kundapur tahsildar's offie, 13 houses were damaged in different villages of the taluk. The roof tiles of the Government Model Higher Primary School were damaged at Uppunda and the damage was estimated at Rs. 40,000. Four houses - one each belonging to Annapa Kharvi, Nagappa, Bhavani Poojary and Gowri Poojary - were partially damaged at Uppunda village and the damage taken together was estimated at Rs. 12,500. Two coconut trees, two mango trees and a jackfruit tree were destroyed at Uppunda.


Three houses - one each belonging to Nagu Kottari, Gowri Poojary and Narayana Poojary - were partially damaged at Yelajit village. The damage to these three houses taken together was estimated at Rs. 15,000. Three houses were damaged at Bijur and the damage to these three houses taken together was estimated at Rs. 5,000.


A house each belonging to Bharati Madivala and Vasudeva Ganiga were damaged at Gopady and the damage taken together was estimated at Rs. 21,000. The house of Baby Poojarti was partially damaged when a tree fell on it at Hombady-Mandady village, and the damage was estimated at Rs. 5,000. According to the Udupi tahsildar’s office, three houses were damaged in Udupi taluk.


The house of Sundara was partially damaged at Yenagudde village. The damage was estimated at Rs. 15,000. Gulabi Sherigarti’s house was partially damaged at Mattu and the damage was estimated at Rs. 10,000.

In Kuthpady village, the house of Girija H. was partially damaged and the cost of the damage was estimated at Rs. 6,000.

In Karkala

Two houses were damaged in Karkala taluk, according to the Karkala tahsildar’s office. The house of Lalita was partially damaged at Nakre-Kukkundur village and the damage was estimated at Rs. 9,000. Nearly half the portion of Dinesh Shetty’s house collapsed at Nire and the damage had been estimated at Rs. 5,000.


According to the Control Room at the Deputy Commissioner's office in Udupi, Udupi received a rainfall of 53.6 mm in 24 hours ending at 8.30 a.m. on Monday. Kundapur and Karkala towns received a rainfall of 66.6 mm and 110.04 mm, respectively.



Dubai: Satellite tag reveals tale of shark Sammy in the wild - 6/15/2010

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Sammy the whale shark
  • Sammy the whale shark was placed in Atlantis, The Palm in August 2008 and released in March this year.

Dubai: The satellite tag of a baby female whale shark released back into the wild by a Dubai hotel's marine department earlier this year has popped up showing where she travelled for 33 days.

Sammy the whale shark was placed in Atlantis, The Palm in August 2008 and released in March this year.

No photos of the secret nighttime release were issued by the hotel but the tag's information has now been mapped by Mote Marine Laboratory scientists in the United States.

Scientists have satellite-tagged 30 other whale sharks in the wild. Sammy, at 4.6-metres long, is believed to be the first whale shark tracked via satellite tag in the Arabian Gulf.

Check out the tracking map for Sammy

She showed normal swimming behavior during her month-long tracking period, including diving and surfacing regularly.

Her satellite tag, programmed to "pop up" and float to the surface 100 days after her tag and release, detached two months early on April 20.

It is unknown why this happened but not unusual for satellite tags to come off early.

"Even though the whale shark's tag detached early, we have put together a good-quality picture of her travels for her first month after release," said Dr. Robert Hueter, Director of Mote's Center for Shark Research and leader of the tracking project.

"After Atlantis staff tagged and released her off Dubai, the whale shark took a mostly westward path through the Arabian Gulf, traveling south of Iran and then curving southward to waters off the coast of Qatar, ending up about 348 km west of her starting point," Hueter said.

The tag reveals that between March 18 and April 20 Sammy experienced temperatures of between 22.6 and 26.8 degrees Celcius, came to the surface at least once each day, and dove as deep as 72 metres. The Arabian Gulf's average depth is 50 metres and its maximum depth is 90 metres.

The satellite tag stored location data based on sunlight levels. Mote scientists analysed the raw data, looking at dawn and dusk times along with day length to estimate the shark's position.

Those sunlight conditions change with latitude and longitude, allowing the scientists to estimate the shark's location over the course of the track.

"That's normal behaviour similar to what we've observed in other whale sharks," Hueter said.

"Atlantis is thrilled that Mote Marine Laboratory has been able to track the whale shark's progress and share the collected data so the entire whale shark community can continue to learn from her," said Steve Kaiser, Vice President of Marine Science and Engineering at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai, which provided funding for the tag, satellite transmission, and data analysis.

The Atlantis team bought a total of five tags from Mote in 2007.


Dubai: Teachers at GEMS unhappy with pay increase - 6/15/2010

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Students arrive for class at Our Own English High School

Students arrive for class at Our Own English High School

Dubai: The fuss over an increase in school fees made by GEMS in order to increase their teachers' salaries has turned into a farce, their teachers have complained, after the management announced paltry salary increases.

Discontented teachers from GEMS schools like Our Own English High School (OOEHS) in Sharjah and Dubai say the Dh100 to Dh250 increments they've received amount to mocking their hopes of a better pay structure.

Six GEMS schools announced a 10 to 15 per cent increase in the tuition fee last month after they received permission from the Ministry of Education despite the Knowledge and Human Development Authority's (KHDA) freeze on school fees in Dubai this year.

"The school has hiked its fees by Dh80 - Dh100 per month. The total strength of our school is around 7,600. The school would thus rake in a minimum of Dh650,000 every month. Out of around 350 teachers, more than 300 would get a ‘hike' of Dh200 and around 25 would get Dh650. That brings the expenses of teachers' salaries increasing by a maximum of Dh80,000 per month. Parents were told that the increase in fees is in order to pay the teachers," said a teacher from Our Own English High School, Sharjah who requested not to be named.

"I do not understand how the management expects us to accept this increment to our already meagre salary of Dh2,650 to Dh2,900 per month. We all had high hopes that the school will offer us a substantial increase after they fought it out with the authorities to get approval for fee increase," said another teacher from Our Own English High School, Dubai.

A primary school teacher with around five years of experience, she has received a Dh200 increment. Teachers in grades above grade 10 are offered an increment of Dh650.

No complaints

Responding to complaints raised by teachers, Richard Forbes, Director of Marketing and Communication at GEMS Education, said most teachers are happy with the increments.

"The facts are that the average teacher's salary at OOEHS has increased by 28 per cent over the past three years. In 2008, teachers received a 20 per cent increase in salary despite there being no fee increase to cover this expense. Not one of the 310 teachers at OOEHS has approached the principal over the past two weeks to complain about the salary increase. The principal of the school says that the majority of teachers were very happy with the salary increase," he said.

In his ardent pleas to the authorities for the restructuring of fees, GEMS Chairman Sunny Varkey had said that old Asian schools like OOEHS that charge an average of Dh5,000 annually as fees are losing their teachers to new schools that charge an average of Dh15,000 as fees.

Pointing out a 30 per cent disparity in the allowed fee increases and operational costs in the last six years, he said the schools are driven to breaking point if more funds are not permitted.

"Our current fees do not now accurately reflect the cost of providing the education your children deserve and will need to rise this year. This (fee increase) will help us retain our best teachers because we will be in a stronger position to increase their salaries," GEMS stated in the circular issued to parents a few weeks ago explaining the need to raise fees.

A group of teachers from OOEHS, Sharjah wrote to Gulf News stating that "the sole purpose of increasing school fees as mentioned by the GEMS to the parents was to motivate the class teachers by offering decent revision to the wages, which would have a positive impact on the educational standards". However this little increase after three years is certainly unacceptable and disappointing."

Asian schools teachers are among the lowest paid in the market with the minimum salary fixed at Dh2,500 by the Ministry of Education. Many parents who spoke to Gulf News said teachers are overburdened and disgruntled and it is adversely affecting the quality of teaching in schools.


Udupi Taluk Panchayat meet focusses on school-related issues - 6/15/2010

Hindu-PKUdupi : The issue of schools without students featured in the general body meeting of the Udupi Taluk Panchayat here on Monday.

Katapady Shankar Poojary, member, said that some schools in Udupi taluk did not have any students and demanded to know what action had been taken by the Department of Public Instruction in this regard.

Block Education Officer D. Manjunathayya said that a government school each had been closed in Matadapalu and Karje villages for lack of students. The department had specified that any school with less than five students should be closed. An aided school in Bennekudru village was also not functioning. Since it was an aided school, its management had to decide on its closure. The Deputy Director of Public Instruction had ordered the closure of the Bennekudru school, he said.

Denying reports that the Urdu school in Udupi had been closed, he said some local members were supporting the school till last year. But this year, such support was not forthcoming and hence it had been temporarily closed. If requisite number of students applied for admission there, it would be revived, Mr. Manjunathayya said.

The Udyavar West School had only seven students. There were no admissions to first and third standards in that school.

Two teachers at the Kemendal school had sought voluntary retirement. There were 48 students in the school. There were no teachers in a school at Yellur, although it had 69 students. The department would soon appoint teachers to the Yellur school, he said.

Teachers from the closed schools would be appointed to schools having excess students. Even students of such schools would be accommodated in the nearby institutions, the BEO said.

When Veronica Carnelio, member, said that textbooks had not been distributed in schools, Mr. Manjunathayya said that except for classes nine and 10, textbooks for other classes had been distributed.

Umesh Naik, member, said that the grants to taluk panchayat constituencies should be increased.

The Rs. 1 lakh being given to them annually was not adequate as it had to be distributed to three gram panchayats, he said.

Diwakar Kundar, member, said that the cold storage at the morgue in the District Government Hospital was not functioning.

President of taluk panchayat Shyamala Sudkahar and MLA Raghupati Bhat were present.


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