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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New York | Updated: August 3, Meanwhile, This day ?despite objections from officers that they are incompatible with coaches in need of retrofitment.but they have not done so until now,?Also,”The school already has a parents association and no objection to it was raised by parents. The decision will be a major administrative headache for college principals. when we all can’t be together, India has not had the best of runs in the table tennis event so far.
80 per cent of the people who go there were among us only, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 28, As work is still at the tender stage or has just started in most of the states,the government has created conditions in which two companies can charge the price they want, he said Since the tender would be awarded for the next 10 yearsthe extra burden on citizens of UP will be thousands of croresalleged Sandeep Agarwal of Celex TechnologyKolkata For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Sheffield | Published: October 12 2016 10:45 am n this Oct 26 2011 file photo wind turbines line the hillside at First Wind’s project in Sheffield Vt Government officials in Vermont (AP Photo) Top News Once it was just another cabin on a Vermont hillside Now it’s an emblem in the debate over noise from the growing wind energy industry Studies have repeatedly found no evidence connecting noise from wind power turbines to human health problems But critics question the soundness of those studies Among them are Steve and Luann Therrien who say a wind farm near their home made their lives hell The case has created a fissure among environmentalists in this liberal state with a reputation for green thinking pitting those who see wind energy as key to reducing reliance on pollution-spewing fossil fuels against those convinced audible noises and inaudible “infrasound” present health threats to those living nearby And each side questions the objectivity of the other’s research The Therriens’ old cabin is up 5 miles of dirt road from town but is just a quarter-mile from a rural stretch of Interstate 91 The highway noise largely didn’t bother them But after the 16 turbine towers of the Sheffield Wind Project went up on a nearby ridgeline in 2011 _ the closest about three-quarters of a mile away and five within a mile _ things changed the Therriens say Deep in the night when things were quiet on the highway a low hum came from the opposite direction punctuated occasionally by louder noises the Therriens say Soon they say they and their two small children were plagued by sleeplessness nausea and other problems “The vertigo was pretty much all the time but if we had a lot of noise the dry heaves would be more often” Luann Therrien said Steve Therrien gave up his job as a trash truck driver _ too sleepy to drive he said They abandoned their home in 2014 and have been unable to sell it A group opposed to large-scale wind projects Energize Vermont is planning to set up sound monitoring equipment at the Therriens’ former home to try to document their concerns with data Vermont Gov Peter Shumlin and fellow Democrats who control the Legislature have promoted renewable energy Three big wind power projects _ all of which have drawn complaints similar to the Therriens’ _ have been built on Vermont mountaintops during Shumlin’s six years in office with five more in planning or construction The state is pursuing a goal of 90 percent renewable energy by 2050 Luann Therrien said the couple has not sued turbine owners because they can’t afford to hire a lawyer and have not found one willing to take the case for free But another person living near the Sheffield Project Paul Brouha has sued saying the noise is “out of character with the surrounding area is excessively loud and continues unabated for long periods of time both day and night” Brouha declined to comment citing the pending lawsuit Lawyers for the turbines’ owners have denied his claims in court filings The Therriens _ he is 54 she is 47 _ and their two young children now live in nearby Derby and receive government assistance The toll from his years of work as a trash collector coupled with the more recent health problems means he can’t work Steve Therrien said Luann Therrien said she has been depressed since the symptoms took hold A psychiatric nurse practitioner who has treated the Therriens wrote in a letter this year that both “suffer from a form of trauma-induced and stressor-related disorder” The nurse compared their condition to post-traumatic stress disorder saying the wind turbines caused lasting sleep and mental health issues The Therriens are now activists They founded the group Victims of Industrial Wind and post frequently on social media Luann traveled to the Statehouse last winter to testify to a Senate committee and they go occasionally to testify at public hearings in other communities Vermont’s health commissioner Dr Harry Chen told lawmakers this year that “no scientific research has been able to demonstrate a direct cause-and-effect link between living near wind turbines the noise they emit and physiological health effects” Studies commissioned by public health agencies in Canada and Australia have reached similar conclusions though Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council suggested more research could be done on possible health effects for those living closest to wind farms Since July more than 100 doctors other scientists and activists worldwide have signed a letter urging the World Health Organization to recommend new sound guidelines for wind turbines State regulators in Vermont have adopted a standard acceptable wind turbine noise level averaging 45 decibels during the course of an hour quieter than a normal conversation Renewable energy supporters including the Vermont Public Interest Research Group have attacked the plan for sound monitoring research at the Therriens’ saying it won’t be objective Mark Whitworth board president of Energize Vermont which is sponsoring the research has said it will start with some built-in assumptions “We would like to understand how they bake prejudice or bias into their monitoring program” he said Separately lawmakers this year appropriated $50000 for sound-monitoring equipment to be used by Lyndon State College providing the college finds matching funds Renewable energy supporters also argue there would be a conflict of interest because Ben Luce the professor expected to lead the research is on the board of Energize Vermont In an interview Luce said it has not been determined whether the Therriens’ property would be used in the college’s research And he added he would have no personal financial stake in the outcome unlike industry consultants For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 9 2012 2:52 am Related News Bhavan VidyalayaSector 33conducted the draw for admission to the seats reserved under the Right to Education Act (RTE) 2009 for children belonging to Economically Weaker Sections of Society in pre-nursery classon Wednesday The school received 65 applications for the 25 reserved seats While one seat was allotted to the sibling of a student admitted last year under RTEa draw was conducted for selection of candidates to 24 seats The names of five students have been included in the waiting list The parents of selected candidates have been directed to submit three documents – proof of familys annual income attested by Sud-Divisional Magistrateproof of candidates date of birth and proof of residence – by February 29 RTE Act makes it mandatory for all private schools to reserve 25 per cent of their seats at entry level class for children from economically weaker sections About 700 applications have been received against a total of 3000 seats reserved across 73 private schools in the city For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Washington | Published: August 9 2016 4:55 pm The FBI concluded last month that the Democratic presidential nominee had been “extremely careless” with classified information on her server (Source: AP/File) Top News Relatives of two men killed in the 2012 attack on a US consulate in Libya have filed a lawsuit blaming the deaths on Hillary Clinton’s “reckless” handling of classified information in her private email server While secretary of state Clinton conducted official government business on a private server at her home which critics say exposed official US correspondence to possible hacking attacks from foreign governments and terror operatives The FBI concluded last month that the Democratic presidential nominee had been “extremely careless” with classified information on her server but nevertheless declined to recommend criminal charges against her over the scandal US authorities ended their probe into the matter but Clinton’s political enemies have been trying to keep controversy over her email server alive including linking it to the attack in Benghazi nearly four years ago Parents of two American security agents at the consulate in their wrongful death suit file on Mondayagainst Clinton allege that terrorists were able to determine the men’s whereabouts because of her use of a private server The assault on the US consulate which occurred while Clinton was secretary of state killed four Americans in all including Washington’s ambassador to Libya ChristopherStevens”It is highly probable given defendant Clinton’s history of reckless handling of classified information that defendant Clinton as secretary of state sent and received information about ambassador Christopher Stevens and thus the US Department of State activities and covert operations that the deceased were a part of in Benghazi Libya” said the text of the lawsuit filed in the US District Court in Washington DC Watch Video: What’s making news “As a direct result of defendant Clinton’s reckless handling of this classified sensitive information Islamic terrorists were able to obtain the whereabouts of ambassador Christopher Stevens and thus the US State Department and covert and other government operations in Benghazi Libya and subsequently orchestrate plan and execute the now infamous September 11 2012 attack” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The CBI narrowed down the list to a list of 39 cases. 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