www.thehansindia.com FRIDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2017 WARANGAL PAGES 20 `5.00 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H WINDOWS Bankruptcy code edict gets President nod New Delhi: An ordinance that bars wilful and habitual defaulters from bidding for stressed assets was promulgated on Thursday with tough provisions to prevent any attempts by them to regain control of companies in difficulty. President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday signed the ordinance that amends the Insolvency and Banking Code (IBC) 2016 which was sent to him by the Union ‘Newton’ wins two honours at APSA Mumbai: India's Oscar entry "Newton" secured two wins at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards in Brisbane on Thursday, with Rajkummar Rao winning the best actor and Mayank Tewari and Amit V Masurkar claiming the best screenplay honour. Manipuri movie "Lady of the Lake" won a special mention. Ecstatic over the win, Rajkummar tweeted: "Won the best actor award at the most prestigious APSA 2017. Thank you Maa. Thank you team 'Newton'. Don't stop chasing your dreams because they really do come true." He also posted a photograph in which the actor, wearing a black bandhgala, is seen kissing the trophy. Cabinet on Wednesday. Breaking the news at a meeting of select editors, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said: "The ordinance disentitles the big defaulters and makes it difficult for them to bid for distressed assets which was of their own making." He said the ordinance does not ban them from bidding for Stubborn attitude of security cost BTech student’s life The ordinance disentitles the big defaulters and makes it difficult for them to bid for distressed assets which was of their own making. The ordinance does not ban them from bidding for the stressed assets but would make it difficult for them and disentitles them from doing it Arun Jaitley | Union Finance Minister MODI TO TAKE METRO RIDE TO KUKATPALLY AND BACK OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: Hyderabad girl Duvvuru Raga Mounika, 18, ﬁrst year B Tech student at Sathyabama University in Chennai, could have been alive had the security at the girl's hostel allowed her brother Rakesh inside though he had pleaded with them for 20 minutes to allow him, telling them clearly that he was her twin brother and that she was in need of counselling very badly. On Wednesday, after completion of his examination Rakesh found a message from Mounika at around 11.40 am, in which, she had expressed regret about trying to copy in the examination and subsequent humiliation meted out to her by the university's faculty. Later she ended her life by hanging from a ceiling fan. Rakesh rushed to her after he received the message from her but at the entrance of the hostel, the watch and ward staff did not allow him inside asking him to prove that he was her brother. When he began crying, that too Hyderabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Hyderabad on November 28 has been ﬁnalised. According to sources, the Prime Minister would arrive at Begumpet Airport between 2:30 pm and 2.45 pm by a special aircraft from New Delhi. The PM would reach Miyapur by a chopper from the airport to inaugurate the Metro Rail project. He would spend nearly 25 minutes after inauguration. The PM would unveil pylon before taking a Metro ride from Miyapur and Kukatpally, and back to Miyapur. Later, he would watch a slide show at the venue. Sources said that Modi will then ﬂy to Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), the venue for Global Entrepreneurs Summit, from Miyapur. By 4 pm, Modi would reach the convention centre for the inauguration of the summit, which would be held between 5 pm and 7 pm. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao would speak ﬁrst For the first time, Hazmat vehicles for transport of emergency HAZMAT equipment are going to be used VEHICLES for providing fool-proof security ON DUTY for Ivanka Trump. The vehicles, which are very large, would be useful for moving equipment necessary in case of emergency like chemical attack at the inaugural followed by US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka. KCR would speak for 5 minutes and Ivanka, for about 15 minutes. Before Modi’s address, a video regarding the international entrepreneurship would be screened at the venue. The PM would speak for 15 to 25 min- Palitana in Bhavnagar and at Navsari in south Gujarat. "Each rally has been organised in such a way that people from ﬁve to six surrounding constituencies can also attend it," said Yadav. The polling for the two-phase elections in the state, having total 182 assembly seats, will take place on December 9 and 14 and votes will be counted on December 18. While 89 seats of Saurashtra and South Gujarat region will go to polls in the ﬁrst phase, the election in the remaining 93 constituencies in central and northern regions will be held in the second phase. utes. Later, a few other international delegates would deliver speeches before winding up the inaugural session. By 7.30 pm, Modi would leave for Falaknuma Palace by road where the Union government would host dinner to all international delegates. He would spend at least one hour at the palace with international delegates. Around 9.30 pm, the Prime Minister would leave for Shamshabad airport to ﬂy back to Delhi. Meanwhile, Chief Secretary SP Singh instructed all the officials to make necessary arrangements, including security to the delegations, reception centre at airport to receive the international delegates, transport arrangements and other facilities like uninterrupted water and power supply during the 3-day summit in Hyderabad. The official instructed all the Secretaries of the departments concerned to coordinate for the successful conduct of the international conference. Senior IPS officials have been given responsibility for security for Ivanka and PM's visit. Metro Rail Incharge: Inspector General IG Anil Kumar, HICC Incharge: IG Stephen Ravindra, Ivanka Hotel Security Incharge: IG Nagi Reddy, Ivanka Tour Traffic Incharge: IG Srinivas Reddy and Ivanka Tour Airport Incharge: IG Shika Goyal. Kavitha-Ivanka tete-a-tete on cards Modi to make whirlwind tour for Gujarat campaign Ahmedabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address eight rallies on November 27 and 29 in different parts of Saurashtra and south Gujarat, where polling for the ﬁrst phase of assembly polls will be held on December 9. On the morning of November 27, Modi will address people in Bhuj town of Kutch district and later in the day in Jasdan town of Rajkot, Dhari in Amreli and Kamrej in Surat district, Gujarat BJP in-charge Bhupender Yadav told a press conference here. On November 29, Modi will address poll rallies in Morbi and Prachi villages near Somnath, He said one solution could be that the NPA holder at least comes forward and services the interest by Rs 10,000 crore to Rs 15,000 crore in an asset of, say, Rs 1 lakh crore. The Ordinance aims at putting in place safeguards to prevent unscrupulous, undesirable persons from misusing or vitiating the provisions of the Code. Continued on Page 4 PM TO FLY FROM BEGUMPET TO MIYAPUR BY CHOPPER OUR BUREAU after 20 minutes, they ﬁnally allowed him but it was too late. This proved to be the ﬂashpoint for the students to go on the rampage in the University last night. After postmortem examination on Thursday, her body was handed over to her family members which was brought to her native village in Nellore where last rites were performed. Mounika was caught by an invigilator on Wednesday when she was indulging in malpractice while giving her second-semester examination in chemical engineering. Continued on Page 4 the stressed assets but would make it difficult for them and disentitles them from doing it. Giving an example he said: "You can't say my account is NPA (non performing asset) but I have to bid. This is ethically completely unacceptable to the Indian political system. "I also have a political cost to pay. You can't be a stressed asset and you want to join the process for bidding." Telangana Jagruti founder plans to explain to Ivanka the richness, greatness and vibrancy of Telangana culture OUR BUREAU Falaknuma Palace gets ready to host dinner for the GES delegates Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s daughter and Nizamabad MP K Kavitha might get to spend a few precious moments with Ivanka Trump on the sidelines of the inaugural of Global Entrepreneur Summit on November 28. Ivanka Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be gracing the global event for which the entire city has been decked up and the area has been turned into an impregnable fortress and made out of bounds for the ordinary earthlings. According to sources, Kavitha is planning to explain to Ivanka the richness, greatness and vibrancy of Telangana culture and traditions. Kavitha, founder president of Telangana Jagruti, played a crucial role in reviving Telangana culture during the separate Telangana movement in the state. If she misses meeting her at the global event, then she might get an opportunity for tete-a-tete with US president’s daughter at Falaknuma Palace the same night where Modi is hosting dinner for the delegates of the summit. It is learnt that Kavitha name was also included in the special delegates list prepared by the Telangana government. Continued on Page 4 Indian Navy gets its ﬁrst woman pilot Fumes onboard Vizag ﬂight n 3 WOMEN CHOSEN AS ARMAMENT OFFICERS New Delhi: An IndiGo plane with 170 passengers onboard made an emergency landing at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport after a crew member noticed fumes inside the cabin, an airport source said. IndiGo's 6E719 ﬂight to Vishakhapatnam took off from Delhi at 5.20 am on Wednesday but returned 10 minutes later because of "fumes" inside the cabin. The airport official said that there was also a "drop in cabin pressure" leading to oxygen masks being automatically deployed. Continued on Page 4 Kannur (Kerala): In a ﬁrst, a woman has been inducted as a pilot in the Indian Navy. Shubhangi Swaroop, who hails from Uttar Pradesh, will soon be ﬂying Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft. Three other women cadets, Astha Segal fromNewDelhi,RoopaAfromPuducherry and Sakthi Maya S from Kerala, also createdhistorybybecomingthecountry'sﬁrst womenofficersattheNavalArmamentInspectorate (NAI) branch of the Navy. After their Naval Orientation course, all the four in their early 20s, had passed out of the Ezhimala Naval Academy at a glittering function here on Wednesday attended by Naval chief Admiral Sunil Lanba. For Shubhangi, who is the daughter of a Naval commander, it’s a dream come true on being selected as a pilot. Though Shubhangi is the first Naval woman pilot, the Navy's Aviation branch has had women officers operating as air traffic control officers and as 'observers' in the aircraft who are responsible for communication and weapons, Southern Naval spokesperson Commander Sreedhar Warrier said. The NAI branch is responsible for auditing and assessing the state of weapons and ammunition of the Navy. All the four will be undergoing subsequent professional training in their respective chosen branches before being employed on duty, Commander Warrier said. Shubhangi Swaroop will be trained at the Air Force Academy in Hyderabad which trains pilots of Army, Navy and Air Force Four women cadets joined the Indian Navy
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