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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13511 High Courts soon at Tripura, Manipur &Meghalaya

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High Courts soon at Tripura, Manipur &Meghalaya

The government will amend the North-Eastern Areas (Reorganisation)
Act, 1971, to set up separate High Courts in the three north- eastern

Published on 03/02/2011

Agartala: The central government has taken an initiative to set up
separate High Courts in the northeastern states of Tripura, Manipur
and Meghalaya, Union Law and Justice Minister M Veerappa Moily said on

A delegation of MPs from northeastern states led by Lok Sabha member
from Tripura Khagen Das met Moily in New Delhi and demanded that the
process of setting up separate High Courts in the three northeastern
states be expedited.

All the eight northeastern states, excluding Sikkim, come under the
jurisdiction of the Guwahati High Court. Sikkim has a separate High
Court, reports IANS.

"The central government may amend the North-Eastern Areas
(Reorganisation) Act, 1971, to set up separate High Courts in Tripura,
Manipur and Meghalaya," Das said.

"The Union Ministry of Home Affairs, which is the authority of that
Act, has also taken initiative in this regard," he added.

"Immediately after the amendment of the necessary Act, separate High
Court would be set up first in Tripura, then in Manipur and
Meghalaya," Das said quoting the Union Law and Justice Minister.

The Law Minister has clarified to the MPs delegation that to set up
separate High Courts in the northeastern states amendments of the
constitution are not required.

All parties in Tripura have been demanding a separate High Court in
Tripura for the past three decades.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13509 Films from Across the Globe at London Human Rights Watch Film Festival

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Subject: Films from Across the Globe at London Human Rights Watch Film Festival
To: "Avnish Jolly" <>
Date: Wednesday, 2 March, 2011, 22:25

Film Festival
Films From Across the Globe

Presented in association with The Frontline Club

Patrick Reed's moving documentary, The Team, follows a group of Kenyans as they produce a soap opera aimed at confronting the deep ethnic divisions underlying the post-election violence in 2007 which left 1,500 people dead.

Presented in association with Migrants' Rights Network and Shooting People

Based on actual events, Olivier Masset-Depasse's award-winning Illegal vividly depicts the harsh reality of Belgium's detention centres through the story of Tania, a Russian immigrant who is arrested and placed in a holding centre.

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Through a series of testimonies, footage of paramilitary crimes, and interviews with victims and experts, Impunity offers a staggering telling of Colombia's highly controversial Justice and Peace process, exposing the brutal history of paramilitary violence in the country.

Presented in association with Sheffield Doc/Fest and United4Iran

Interweaving animated blogs and tweets with mobile phone footage and extensive interviews, The Green Wave offers a remarkable portrait of the 2009 Iran elections and the subsequent crackdown on pro-democracy activists.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13509 Re: India to launch vegetable initiative

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Excellent Entrepreurship Initiatives by the GoI to promote agriculture
& allied trade for providing steady & quality vegetables/
horticultural crops to the urban areas in India!

To make the scheme more cost effective & entrepreneurship-friendly
there is a need to lower the prescribed population figure & also
decentralise the same by setting up cold storages, pre & post harvest
management infrastructures, etc either at the district or taluka/nagar
pallika level based on the value-added demand & supply analysis.

We hope to see the successful implementation of the said scheme for
the welfare of the people through effective governance in the 21st
century society by God's Grace!.

On Mar 1, 8:27 pm, Avnish Jolly <> wrote:
> India to launch vegetable initiative
> It is aimed at meeting the demand of vegetables in all state capitals
> and urban centres with population greater than 10 lakh
> Published on 03/01/2011
> By Suresh K Tiwary
> New Delhi: The Government of India is planning to launch a Vegetable
> Initiative to meet the demand of vegetables in all State capitals and
> urban centres with population greater than 10 lakh.
> Under this initiative, States will be assisted in addressing the
> entire value chain, right from the stage of pre-production to the
> consumers table through appropriate measures, Minister of State for
> Agriculture and Food Processing Industries Arun Yadav said in written
> reply to a question in the Lok Sabha.
> State Governments have also been advised to leverage the components of
> existing schemes under Horticulture Mission for North East and
> Himalayan States (HMNEH) and National Horticulture Mission (NHM) to
> ensure steady supply of quality vegetables to urban areas.
> Under the existing schemes of HMNEH, NHM and scheme on "Capital
> Investment Subsidy for construction, modernisation, and expansion of
> cold storage and storage for Horticulture Produce" of National
> Horticulture Board (NHB), financial assistance is available for
> setting up of post-harvest management infrastructure for various
> horticulture crops.
> The cold storage component of NHM scheme is being implemented through
> State Horticulture Missions and the component of cold storage under
> HMNEH scheme is implemented through NHB.
> Setting up of cold storage is entrepreneur driven activity and
> entrepreneur submits the proposal to state government which forwards
> the same to Government of India for approval.

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Press Review for March 2, 2011

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This summary is prepared by the External Affairs Department of the World Bank. All material is taken directly from published and copyright wire service stories and newspaper articles. The daily summary and other news can be found on the World Bank's external website at For inquiries call (202) 473-7660 or send a written request to the News Bureau.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011
Today's Headlines:
  • World Bank Proposes Road To Save Serengeti Migration
  • Armed Conflict Keeps Millions Out Of School: UNESCO
  • Britain To Cut Aid To World's Poorest Countries
  • Comment: Africa's Future And The World Bank's Support To It
World Bank Proposes Road To Save Serengeti Migration. "The World Bank has offered Tanzania an alternative to stop a major road project across the Serengeti national park that conservationists say threatens one of Africa's biggest wildlife spectacles. Conservation groups say the government's planned highway through the northern edge of the Serengeti would hinder the annual migration of some 2 million wildebeest.
World Bank Country Director for Tanzania, Uganda, and Burundi John Murray McIntire said the Bank was ready to help the east African nation in financing an alternative route for the road that would otherwise cut through the park. 'The World Bank is proposing alternatives that we believe will achieve Tanzania's development objectives while preserving the unique character of the Serengeti as part of the world's environmental heritage,' McIntire told Reuters…." [Reuters/Factiva]
Meanwhile, The Citizen reports that "…Germany has offered the government of Tanzania the option of financing a study on an alternative road connecting areas bordering the Serengeti National Park (Senapa) in the north without crossing through the park.
The offer follows the government's plan to construct a 53-kilometre highway stretch through Senapa…. Asked about the offer, the minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Ezekiel Maige, said yesterday that his ministry's responsibility was to ensure the protection of flora and fauna…. President Jakaya Kikwete said recently that the connection of rural areas was one of the main reasons why the controversial highway is needed…." [The Citizen (Tanzania)]
Armed Conflict Keeps Millions Out Of School: UNESCO. "Armed conflict is keeping 28 million children around the world out of schools, where they are often targets of sexual abuse and violence, according to a report released Tuesday by UNESCO. The report titled The Hidden Crisis: Armed Conflict and Education said that 42 percent of children not enrolled in schools around the world live in poor countries wracked by conflict. This often leads to a vicious cycle in which poverty and lack of development are reinforced by a lack of education, and the risk of further conflict is heightened as millions of youths fail to find employment…." [Agence France Presse/Factiva]
BBC adds that according to the report "…militias tend to target symbols of authority when attacking a village, meaning schools and clinics were often destroyed…. The UNESCO report also details how in Afghanistan attacks on schools rose 77 percent, from 347 in 2008 to 2009 to 613. And it says in northern Yemen 220 schools have been destroyed, damaged or looted during fighting in the past two years…." [BBC News]
AP writes that "…UNESCO warned that armed conflict is also diverting public funds from education into military spending. The report identified 21 of the world's poorest developing countries that spend more on the military than on education. 'With some of the world's worst education indicators, Chad spends four times as much on arms as on primary schools, and Pakistan spends seven times as much,' the report said.
If countries devoting more to military budgets than to primary education were to cut military spending by just 10 per cent, 'they could put a total of 9.5 million additional children in school — equivalent to a 40 percent reduction in their combined out-of-school population,' it said. According to UNESCO, overall aid to basic education has doubled since 2002 to $4.7 billion, but falls far short of the $16 billion required to help low-income countries…." [Associated Press/Factiva]
Britain To Cut Aid To World's Poorest Countries. "Britain is to stop sending direct aid to Burundi and Niger, two of the world's poorest countries, the government announced as it unveiled plans to rebalance the GBP8.4 billion international development budget. The two African nations, which are ranked second and fourth respectively in a World Bank list of the world's poorest states, are among 16 countries that will no longer receive bilateral aid from Britain by 2016. Direct aid will also be halted to Lesotho which is ranked 28th on the World Bank list…." [The Guardian (UK)]
The Independent adds that "…taxpayers' money is to be targeted instead on war-torn nations such as Afghanistan and Somalia in an attempt to improve world security…. Julian Oram, head of policy for the World Development Movement, attacked the decision to focus money on a smaller number of unstable nations. He said: 'The securitization of aid is a real concern.' Justin Byworth, chief executive of World Vision UK, said: 'We want to reach the neediest people on earth with assistance and development and this stops us doing it.'…" [The Independent (UK)]
BBC notes that "…in a Commons statement on Tuesday, International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell also told MPs that the government will save more than GBP50 million by cutting development funding to four UN organizations: the UN Industrial Development Organization, UN-Habitat, the International Labor Organization (ILO), and the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction. Mitchell told MPs that they had 'performed poorly or failed to demonstrate relevance.'…" [BBC News]
Comment: Africa's Future And The World Bank's Support To It. A comment by World Bank, Africa Region, Chief Economist Shantayanan Devarajan published in The Africa Report writes:
"Sub-Saharan Africa in 2011 has an unprecedented opportunity for transformation and sustained growth. Until the global economic crisis, Africa's economic growth was averaging 5 percent a year for a decade. Growth declined in 2009 but rebounded in 2010 thanks mainly to prudent macroeconomic policies. … If we can harness the current dynamism and optimism on the continent - which came through loud and clear in consultations with 1,400 people - to address these challenges, Africa could be on the brink of a takeoff, much like China was 30 years ago, and India 20 years ago.
To that end, the World Bank will support Africa with a strategy that has the following themes:
-        Competitiveness and Employment. The strategy seeks to help diversify African countries' exports and generate productive employment, especially for the 7-10 million young people entering the labor force every year. … 
-        Vulnerability and Resilience. …The strategy seeks to build resilience to these shocks by, for example, improving macroeconomic policies, promoting public health interventions, adapting to the effects of climate change with greater use of irrigation and water management, and strengthening institutions of resource-sharing and consensus-building. …
-         Governance and Public Sector Capacity. …The strategy will help address these problems by approaching governance from both the demand and supply sides. We aim to strengthen citizens' voice using the Bank's knowledge assistance and the power of ICT, so that they may demand good governance from their leaders. On the supply side, we will continue to strengthen the capacity of the public sector, focusing on incentives within the civil service.
The World Bank will implement the strategy using its three instruments—finance, knowledge and partnerships - but we will reverse the order. The first instrument is partnership - with African governments, the domestic and international private sector, civil society, and development partners. …The second instrument is knowledge, which we will use to promote a more evidence-based public debate. Studies on leakage of public funds, teacher absenteeism, and student learning outcomes, by informing the public about the quality of public services, have stimulated a vigorous debate which, in turn, is bringing change. Finally, the Bank's third instrument, finance, will be used as a source of leveraging. …Needless to say, this strategy is not without risks. The global economy could face another serious downturn; political violence could break out in parts of the continent; and we may not have the resources to carry out these plans. But the themes of the strategy, as well as the focus on partnerships - not to mention the palpable optimism on the continent - make us confident that Africa can seize this opportunity and realize its full potential for sustained growth and poverty reduction."
Also in this Edition… Briefly Noted… The African Union (AU) and other regional bodies must support and promote huge continental and regional energy supply and mining projects to ensure that Africa resources are fully utilized and that the continent has enough energy supplies, energy experts made the call at the ongoing 2011 Energy Indaba. [Xinhua/Factiva]
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez called for jailing tax evaders, cracking down on money laundering and limiting foreign ownership of land on Tuesday as part of a broad legislative agenda for this election year. She said foreign holdings of land should be limited but gave no specifics, and said the new law should not drive away foreign investors. [The Associated Press/Factiva]
Burdened by its role as a cash cow for the nation's economy, Pemex, Mexico's state oil company, reported a net loss last year of $3.8billion in spite of a sustained increase in income from crude exports. By contrast, other Latin American state-owned oil companies such as Ecopetrol of Colombia and Petrobras of Brazil have shown big profits. [The Financial Times/Factiva]
The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), a member of the World Bank Group, has agreed to offer guarantees to some Philippine infrastructure projects to protect investors against regulatory and political risks, Economic Planning Undersecretary Rolando Tungpalan said in an interview late Monday when he spoke of the projects. [Manila Bulletin/Factiva]
Japan is reviewing whether to cut its financial aid to China after the population giant overtook the island-nation as the world's number two economy last year, officials said Wednesday. Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara has asked his staff to report by June on whether to reduce overseas development assistance (ODA) that started in the late 1970s, a foreign ministry spokesman said. [Agence France Presse/Factiva]
A 9.9 percent fuel price rise that came into effect in Pakistan on Tuesday could threaten the civilian government at a time when the economic outlook is weak. A rise in January was reversed just days after being implemented when the Muttahida Qaumi Movement left the coalition temporarily, destabilising the government of Yusuf Raza Gilani, the prime minister. [The Financial Times/Factiva]
Europe's sputtering economic recovery should gain ground this year but the continent will also face higher inflation as a result of surging oil prices, the EU's economics chief forecasted. Olli Rehn, the commissioner for economic and monetary affairs, said he expected real GDP in the eurozone, the 17 countries that use the euro currency, to increase 1.6 percent in 2011 – slightly above the 1.5 percent predicted in November. [The Financial Times/Factiva]
Even as its oil receipts slow to a trickle and international sanctions take hold, the Libyan regime of Moammar Gaddafi can fall back on as much as $110 billion in foreign reserve holdings to fund its operations for perhaps months to come. [The Washington Post]
International oil companies are starting to reach out to Libya's opposition to try to obtain guarantees for the security of their operations, industry executives said. The decision to open talks with local opposition leaders suggests western oil companies have little choice but to respect the reality on the ground. The opposition controls swaths of Libya's oil industry in the east of the country. [The Financial Times/Factiva]
Nearly a decade of work to forge a new world trade deal risks becoming irrelevant unless fast-growing developing countries like China, Brazil and India make better offers to open their markets, US President Barack Obama's administration said on Tuesday. [Reuters/Factiva]
A global food crisis on the scale of what happened three years ago isn't recurring because a jump in the cost of rice, a staple for half the world, has lagged behind that for other grains, according to the OECD. Futures traded on the Chicago Board of Trade rose 2.8 percent in the last 12 months, compared with 60 percent for wheat and 93 percent for corn. [Bloomberg]
Small seed enterprises are the best way of ensuring availability and quality of non-hybrid seeds for food and feed crops in developing countries, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said Tuesday. According to the World Bank, up to 50 percent of crop yield increase has come from improved seeds, while farmers' access to quality seeds is a key factor to improve food and nutrition in poor countries. [Xinhua/Factiva]

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