www.thehansindia.com WEDNESDAY 6 DECEMBER 2017 WARANGAL PAGES 20 `5.00 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H WINDOWS GOVT BALM FOR BCS IN THE OFFING Ockhi takes wind out of Guj poll campaign Ahmedabad/Mumbai: In the middle of a major political storm, Gujarat has now been hit by an Ockhi storm with unseasonal rains disrupting the high-pitched electioneering just a few days before voting in the state. Bad weather forced the ruling BJP and the Congress to cancel rallies and campaign meetings by the leaders in the state. The latest weather forecast said cyclone Ockhi has moved closer to the southern coast and is about 390 km from Surat. S P4 Akash test-fired successfully Balasore (PTI): India on Tuesday successfully test-fired Akash its supersonic surfaceto-air missile with indigenous radio frequency seeker from a test range in Odisha, officials said. The state-of-theart indigenous missile targeting an UAV ‘Banshee’, was fired from the launch complex-III of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur near here in the afternoon. The supersonic missile is the first surface-toair missile with indigenous seeker to be test fired and is being inducted into the Army as short-range surface to air missile. S P7 39 HELLO CURRY SIGNS DEAL WITH UK STARTUP US Supreme Court lifts temporary injunctions blocking Trump order WTC to get a bit TRAVEL BAN TAKES FULL EFFECT of ﬁlmy glitter The SC ruling did not mean that the court accepted the ban as constitutional but that it found persuasive Trump administration's argument that an emergency injunction against the ban was unnecessary The decision, supported by seven of the nine justices, was a major victory for US President Donald Trump after his two previous versions of the travel ban were blocked or narrowed in lower courts earlier this year. Under the executive action, an exception would be made for travelers with "bona ﬁde" links inside the US such as documented business purposes or close family relationships. The ruling did not mean that the apex court accepted the ban as constitutional but that it found persuasive the Trump administration's argument that an emergency injunction against the ban was unnecessary. Continued on P4 Washington: The US Supreme Court has allowed the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the US by residents of eight countries, including six Muslim-majority countries, while legal challenges will proceed in lower courts. Issued in September, the third version of the travel ban placed varying levels of restrictions on nationals from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, Somalia and Yemen. SC TO HEAR AYODHYA DISPUTE FROM FEB 8 T-Works to ignite innovators’ minds Sets aside Sunni Waqf Board plea to defer hearing New Delhi: Giving a new twist to the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute, the Sunni Waqf Board on Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to defer hearing in the Ayodhya title suit till July 2019 when the next Lok Sabha elections will be over, but the top court brushed aside the plea and fixed February 8, 2018 for commencing final hearing in the case. Continued on P4 India’s largest makerspace to come up in Hyderabad Hyderabad: India's largest makerspace, a prototyping and design centre, will come up here next year and will have equipment worth over $20 million, Telangana's Industry Minister KT Rama Rao announced here on Tuesday. To be known as T-Works, the facility will come up over 250,00 square feet with many partners offering their software tools and equipment. Modelled on the lines of makerspaces in other countries and customised to Indian needs, this will probably be the world's second largest facility of its kind, he said. Anybody with an idea can collaborate with other people at T-Works and convert his or her designs into working prototype. "T-Works will be up and running around this time next year," the Minister said, while address- Uniform Civil Code not possible: Law panel chief New Delhi: Law Commission chairman Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan said the Uniform Civil Code is difficult to implement, hence the commission is now planning to suggest religionwise amendments in family laws. Speaking to a news channel, Justice Chauhan said the Constitution protects personal laws and it can never be done away with. The Uniform Civil Code could disturb the essence of the Constitution, he said. The commission was asked by the Law Ministry in June 2016 to examine whether a Uniform In unsigned orders on Monday that did not disclose the Supreme Court's reasoning, the justices lifted the injunctions which had been issued by federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland, the New York Times reported. Noted writers, directors & actors to participate OUR BUREAU Hyderabad: The ﬁve-day World Telugu Conference beginning here on December 15 would have enough of ﬁlmy glamour to hold the delegates’ attention. Noted ﬁlm actors, writers and directors from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh will participate as delegates in the first of its kind conference on Telugu language organised by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on a grand scale in the new state of Telangana. An exclusive session on Telugu ﬁlms will be organised in the conference. Use of Telugu dialects of Telangana and Andhra in the ﬁlms, depiction of the culture of the two states and the contribution of Telugu ﬁlms in the promotion of IT Minister K T Rama Rao interacting with a delegate at 17Th India Design Summit in Hyderabad on Tuesday ing India Design Summit organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry, adding anybody could use freely available tools -software, test and measurement equipment -- to build any product. "T-Works will allow anyone young or old school student, graduate or JSP chief to put pressure on AP, TS govts to solve problems of the youth Govt foisted cases on students, says Uttam retired professor, man or woman to collaborate with other intelligent individuals and converge their designs on paper or PC and convert it into working prototype," said Rama Rao, son of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. Continued on P4 P3 Pawan to take the side of youth OUR BUREAU Civil Code could be introduced in India. Instead of the Uniform Civil Code, the 21st Law Commission is now planning to suggest speciﬁc amendments to several personal law legislations. Continued on P4 Hyderabad: ‘Agnata Vyakti’ Pawan Kalyan has decided against being one in public life. He will get cracking from Wednesday in taking up issues pertaining to youth and students. He may not be playing a cameo role in public life any- Telugu language will be among important issues to be discussed in the conference. Screening of classical ﬁlms produced in the early 70s which paved way to the promotion of Telugu in a big way in the Nizam ruled districts is also planned in the special session. The ﬁlms produced with the theme of Telangana struggle and the contribution of Telangana poets, writers and artistes in the Telangana movement will be discussed in the sessions. Veteran ﬁlm writers and directors, including K Vishwanath, Parachuri brothers and Tanikella Bharani and new generation ﬁlm writers Trivikaram are included in the list of invitees. Continued on P4 more as he is free now, his last schedule of his ﬁlm ‘Agnata Vyakti’ having been completed. Apparently moved by the plight of the students due to raging unemployment problem and the death of 21 innocent people in a boat mishap in Kr- ishna river near Vijayawada recently, the Jana Sena Party chief has decided to be in the midst of people in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.To begin with, he would kick off his mass contact programme – ‘Chalore Chalore Chal’ - by visiting Visakhapatnam on Wednesday morning where he would comfort the kin of Venkatesh, an employee of the Dredging Corporation of India who committed suicide following the Centre’s move to privatise the PSU. After addressing a public meeting in the evening, Pawan will head for Rajahmundry on December 7. Continued on P4
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