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Investiture ceremony at Cambridge schoolKalyan The Cambridge International School always takes initiatives to give children an opportunity to learn The Investiture Ceremonysynonymous with enthronementnot only gives children a lesson in being empowered but also teaches them how to use power judiciously A long-awaited ceremony by children of The Cambridge International School was held on July 12 The elected candidates stood on the stage with pride to receive their respective badges The ceremony started by lighting of the lamp by the Director of The Cambridge International SchoolMinal Pote and Head of the School Grade 4 student Palak Das welcomed the guest of honor with saplings of tulsi The elections for the positions of House CaptainHygiene MinisterSports MinisterDiscipline MinisterCultural and Creative Minister were held in advance Herechildren learnt the process that is followed to elect the country’s office bearers This initiative was taken by the schools Sports HeadAmol Shinde On the day of Investiture Ceremonythe elected House captainSportsHygieneDisciplineCultural and Creative Ministers names were announced one by one Selected leaders of The Cambridge International School were bestowed with the respective badges and scarves by Mrs Pote Head Boy and Head Girl of the school and at last the School President was appointed and their names were announced These badges would not only bring pride but also huge responsibility for our new office bearers The new team looked ready to take on all the challenges But only we knew what was going on inside usexcitementnervousnessand a plethora of emotions Followed by the Court of Honourthe Flag Ceremony took place Mrs Pote handed over the School Flag to the HOD of Sports Department who in turnpassed it to the respective House Mentors and with the help of the respective House Captains the House Mentors hoisted each House Flag Oath taking ceremony was the solemn part of the programmewhich not only teaches the children the definition of commitment but also the responsibility that their young shoulders would have to takeout in the world when they go The appointed School PresidentAkshata Moretook the oath The entire ceremony ended with a French poem and our National Anthemby Grade 2 studentssubsequently moving to the formal Vote of Thanks and then dispersal after the school song and the National Anthem For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRampur: Samajwadi leader Azam Khan on Sunday demanded imposition of a complete ban on the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) urging the NDA-led Centre to label it as a "terrorist" organisation Azam Khan IBNLive "The outfit (RSS) is busy in implementing its agenda of creating hatred among communities They are trying to create similar circumstances in the country that led to the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948" he told reporters in Rampur The Uttar Pradesh minister noted that the RSS should be banned as was done by the Nehru government after Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination Hitting out at the Modi government Khan said that the Centre was hell bent upon unleashing fringe elements in the society after they lost power in Delhi and Bihar "After losing Delhi and Bihar electoral battles the saffron outfits are contemplating that it can recapture its lost citadels only by playing hate politics" he said The SP leader also expressed his displeasure over Hindu Mahashabha leader Kamlesh Tiwari’s recent outburst against Prophet Mohammed "He (Tiwari) is a behuda (rude) My culture does not allow me to respond to his claims" Khan said The Hindutva activist had targeted madrasa institutions and also made a statement against the Prophet in response to a statement by Khan against the RSS The SP leader reportedly called RSS activists "gay" PTI In a recent setback for the Congress the High Court on Friday refused to intervene in the trust vote in Arunachal Pradesh reported CNN-News18 The party had moved the High Court over the governor’s decision of a trust vote #BREAKING | Arunachal: Congress moves HC against Governor’s decision of trust vote; High Court refuses to intervene — News18 (@CNNnews18) July 15 2016 A day after the Supreme Court restored the Nabam Tuki government in the state Governor Tathagata Roy asked him to prove his majority on the floor of the Assembly by 16 July "In obedience of the Supreme Court judgement of July 13 the Governor has informed Nabam Tuki that he stands reinstated as the Chief Minister of the state on and with effect from that date" Raj Bhawan Spokesperson Atum Potom said Roy also desired that the proceedings be videographed thoughout and the majority should be proved by division and not by voice vote A constitution bench headed by Justice JS Khehar directed the restoration of the status quo as it existed on 15 December 2015 The Supreme Court’s verdict which came on Wednesday morning will mean Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa’s December 2015 decision to advance the state assembly session by one month has been quashed This came as a relief for Tuki With inputs from agencies Written by Hardeep S Puri | Updated: July 21 2016 12:25 pm The job description should perhaps specify that along with the requisite experience she/he should have no hesitation to stand up disagree and point fingers Top News The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) will conduct the first straw poll to elect the ninth secretary general of the UN today The session around the horseshoe table will be presided over by Japan which holds the UNSC’s rotating presidency for the month of July Each of the 15 members will have the choice of indicating “encourage” “discourage” or “no opinion” against the names of the candidates Why is this election important The UN established in 1945 to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war is on the occasion of its 70th anniversary facing a severe crisis Threats to international peace and security are more serious today than at any time since its inception The “use of force” with or without the UNSC’s authorisation and the arming of rebels has resulted in much turmoil Iraq 2003 Libya 2011 the ongoing crisis in Syria and Ukraine 2014 constitute at the very least a severe indictment of the UN and at its very core the functioning of the security council One could argue that this is a mess entirely of our own making It is after all the member states whose policies are ultimately responsible for the rise of the ISIS and the ever-increasing terrorist threats Could a new secretary-general make a difference Kofi Annan in 2003 and the recent Chilcot report characterised the military actions in Iraq as lacking legal sanction and correctly so The job description should perhaps specify that along with the requisite experience she/he should have no hesitation to stand up disagree and point fingers The situation has if anything gone from bad to worse A security council hamstrung by the exercise of vetoes even in situations of mass atrocities member states accused of war crimes buying their way out after being publicly incriminated and an overall atmosphere of impunity poses an existential threat to the UN Unless rectified the UN runs the risk not of disappearing — multilateral institutions seldom wither away — but suffering a thousand cuts and ultimately becoming the world’s largest non-governmental organisation At stake is the unique and unparalleled convening power of the UN which carries both moral and legal weight Would the world be worse off without the UN Most certainly yes Without the UN another world body would need to be recreated The UN has done stellar work in the normative field especially on human rights gender equality and sustainable development The International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court are the obvious institutional examples in matters pertaining to the rule of law Without the UN the international order will be vulnerable to domination and manipulation by a few There are twelve declared candidates in the field for the post many with truly impressive credentials Irina Bokova of Bulgaria UNESCO’s DG since 2001; Helen Clark former PM of New Zealand and administrator of the UNDP since 2009; Costa Rica’s Christiana Figueres the executive secretary of the UNFCCC since 2016; Natalia Gherman foreign minister of Moldova; Antonio Guterres former PM of Portugal and the UN high commissioner for refugees 2005-15; Vuk Jeremic former Serbian foreign minister and president of the UN General Assembly 2012-13; Srgjan Kerim former foreign minister of Macedonia and a former president of the general assembly; the Slovakian foreign minister Miroslav Lajcak; Igor Luksic former PM and current foreign minister of Montenegro; Argentina’s foreign minister Susana Malcorra who was till recently chef de cabinet to the secretary general Ban Ki-moon; Croatia’s foreign minister Vesna Pusic; and Danilo Turk former president of Slovenia and the assistant SG of the UN According to the principle and system of geographic rotation in the UN the ninth secretary-general should preferably be from Eastern Europe Eight of the twelve candidates are East European There is also a groundswell in favour of a woman SG Six of the twelve are women An ideal combination thus would be a woman from East Europe Three of the twelve meet that criterion An interesting innovation introduced for the election of the ninth SG is that candidates will take part in a “beauty parade” at the GA But all said and done it will be “business as usual” The GA will only be left to endorse the choice of the security council Since the permanent members of the council wield a veto the candidate finally selected must be acceptable to the US and Russia two countries that have not hesitated to use the veto in the past This alone increases the chances of the SG being more secretary and less general It is unlikely that any of the twelve candidates will establish a decisive or even a commanding lead in the first straw poll It is equally conceivable that none of them will meet the “acceptability cut” of the permanent members A final choice is likely to emerge by October when Russia will hold the rotating presidency of the council The writer is a former diplomat and the author of an upcoming book ‘Perilous Interventions: The Security Council and the Politics of Chaos’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Kolkata | Published: August 14 2017 11:05 am Legendary theatre actor Shobha Sen passes away at 93 Top News Shobha Sen a legendary figure of the Bengali stage died in Kolkata on Sunday following old age complications her family said Sen 93 the widow of thespian Utpal Dutt left behind her daughter During a long career on the stage she acted in iconic plays like Nabanna (1944) based on the Great Bengal famine where she played the female lead role and Kallol (1965) set in the backdrop of the 1946 naval mutiny Graduating from Bethune College Sen joined Gananatya Sangha and acted in the lead female role of Nabanna She joined Dutt’s Little Theatre Group in 1953-54 and got married to him in 1960 The LTG later became Peoples’ Theatre Group in which she acted in most of its productions including Barricade Tiner Taloyara and Titumir Sen also acted in a number of films including Mrinal Sen’s Ek Adhuri Kahani and Ek Din Pratidin and Gautam Ghose directed Dekha and Dutt’s Jhar and Baisakhi Megh In 1983 she played a crucial role in Basu Chatterjee’s Hindi movie Pasand Apni Apni Her last screen appearance was in Shadows of Time a Bengali feature film by German director Florian Gallenberger On 10 April 2010 Sen received the Mother Teresa International Award West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee condoled Sen’s demise “Saddened at the passing of veteran theatre artiste Sobha Sen My condolences to her family and friends” Banerjee tweeted Saddened at the passing of veteran theatre artiste Sobha Sen My condolences to her family and friends — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) August 13 2017 Communist Party of India-Marxist state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra called Sen a legendary figure of Bengal’s theatre movement “Comrade Shobha Sen will remain as the inspiration of people’s voice My sincerest condolence” said Mishra For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sumitra Mahajan | Updated: October 31 2016 2:28 pm The media is the fourth pillar of democracy The level of responsibility and transparency expected of the other pillars of democracy is equally expected of the press (Source: Express photo by Neeraj Priyadarshi) Related News The Ramnath Goenka Awards for Excellence in Journalism are truly a fitting tribute to the man they are named after who would never get bogged down by the difficult circumstances that came his way in delivering unbiased news to people He was a warrior for the freedom of the press and will always be remembered for his efforts to strengthen the fourth pillar of democracy The Goenka awards have become a benchmark for quality journalism in print and TV I never got to personally meet Ramanath Goenka but who is not aware of his fearlessness He raised issues relevant to the common man to society and to politics and effectively highlighted the weaknesses and drawbacks of the administration In this way he contributed to the strengthening of democracy During the Emergency he gave the media a new direction Journalists who have carried out their professional responsibilities in the most remarkable manner and done exemplary work in their chosen area are being awarded I believe they will continue to raise visible and invisible issues in order to spread knowledge and awareness among the people and will carry on the fight for a more aware citizenry mature democracy and transparent governance The press and its freedom are an inseparable part of any democracy In our struggle for independence the media played a big role in uniting people and raising awareness among them Many of our leaders were actively associated with newspapers in delivering their thoughts to the people in criticising the foreign administration and circulating ideas among them All this happened despite the colonial government’s efforts to regulate and control the press The media is the fourth pillar of democracy The level of responsibility and transparency expected of the other pillars is equally expected of the press A free and fearless press benefits society and the nation Today technology has changed the nature of competition among media companies has changed society is being transformed and values are being redefined In such fast-changing times reporters bring the important issues to the people’s attention The dissemination of information is thus an effective medium to empower the people in a democracy The range of the media’s work has grown Along with news about entertainment and personalities if you could fill your pages with news about environment health education society cities and villages it would help in the progress of the nation One always expects the media to take a positive approach because it has contributed immensely to freedom to the building of a nation in the past and to strengthening it now If news is factual and fearless its effect is wider and deeper A democracy is made stronger if its people are aware The freedom of the press is an indicator of the health of democracy From the days of the freedom struggle the media has played an important role They have stirred people to rise in protest for the cause of the nation Our freedom fighters had also made newspapers a weapon in their fight Be it Mahatma Gandhi or Lokmanya Tilak both used the might of the paper and the pen The creators of our Constitution made the freedom of expression and self-expression a crucial part of the fundamental rights of citizens After Independence under the new order along with keeping a close eye on theadministration the mediahas been a means to inform the people as well as to give a voice to their grievances We all know that with rights come duties No freedom or right can be unlimited So while we have press freedom the press has to carry out that responsibility with great care because it influences the minds of the audience and readers Investigative or serious reports that point out the flaws in the system the corruption in the administration or the special problems that afflict different sections of society are of great value because they help us move towards creating a better nation With the emergence of new technologies 24-hour news channels and websites that get updated every minute there is no doubt that there are new challenges before the media However the means to face this competition and to stay in the race should also be honest and unbiased It is very sad to see these powerful mediums being used for vested interests at times You should guard against unnecessary sensationalism and viciously critical stories This is also relevant to the coverage of parliamentary proceedings Yes it is true that the proceedings are disrupted but it is also true that there are extensive discussions in the two Houses and that parliamentary committees meet regularly and present their reports As a parliamentarian I’ve felt that many a time high-quality and important debates in the House have not got importance in newspapers magazines and TV channels Instead what is going on in Parliament is distorted and shown Though I praise the media for highlighting misconduct and corruption in public life I also want it to make a special effort to give due importance to the constructive debates inside the House If parliamentary activity doesn’t get appropriate coverage in the media the whole purpose of democracy will be defeated In the end I would only say this: “It’s preferable to tell the truth But what is better is to say that which will benefit all” Edited and excerpted from a speech delivered at the seventh edition of the Ramnath Goenka Awards for Excellence in Journalism? which isn’t actually for any real WBC championship. women today turn to independent purchases as a means of self-expression.
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