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There were torrential rainstorms when I was in Saudi Arabia 10 days ago and the Saudi newspaper,ranging from improving the success of Dubai 15-year-olds in global science, Kerry Washington, Everybody wants India to grow." Dhoni said after the match. Related News National Award-winning actress Vidya Balan has skipped the ongoing Indian Film Festival of Melbourne due to her prior commitments and to celebrate her niece and nephew Ira and Ruhaan’s sixth birthday on Sunday.She is the brand ambassador of the film festival “Since the actress will be travelling for her work commitments and spending time with her family over the weekend she could not attend the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne this year” said a source “Ira and Ruhaan are Vidya’s lifelines and to be around on all their special days is a priority for Vidya Over the weekend she will be travelling with her family to celebrate her twin niece and nephew’s birthday at (husband) Siddharth Roy Kapur’s farm house” added the source Vidya Balan recently became one of the personalities from the Bollywood film fraternity to become a member of the reconstituted Central Board of Film Certification “I am very happy to join the CBFC and I hope to fulfill my responsibilities as a member to the best of my abilities I look forward to this new and exciting phase where our cinema will be allowed to reflect the sensibilities realities and the complexities of the society we are living in today” she had said in a statement Meanwhile Vidya Balan who was last seen in Kahaani 2 has completed the shooting of her upcoming Bollywood project Tumhari Sulu For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Ban Ki Moon | Published: March 3 2016 12:00 am Ban Ki-moon (secretary-general of the United Nations) will convene the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit in May in Istanbul Related News More people desperately need humanitarian assistance than at any time since the founding of the United Nations More warring parties are brazenly violating international humanitarian law More resources than ever are needed to meet sharply escalating humanitarian needs Yet we face the largest-ever funding shortfalls For these reasons and more I am convening the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit in May in Istanbul I am urging global leaders international organisations and others to commit to deliver more and better for those in greatest need There is no time to lose Climate change is affecting lives and livelihoods across our fragile planet Brutal and seemingly intractable conflicts violent extremism transnational crime and growing inequality are devastating the lives of millions of men women and children and are destabilising entire regions More people have been forced to flee their homes than at any time since World War II Around the world more than 125 million people need humanitarian assistance If they were all in one country it would be the 11th largest nation on Earth and one of the fastest growing Today’s complex challenges cross borders No single country or organisation can address them alone We need to restore trust in the ability of our national regional and international institutions to confront these challenges A sense of shared humanity must shape our politics and drive financial decisions In advance of the Summit I have set out an Agenda for Humanity as a framework for action change and mutual accountability It has five core responsibilities First leaders must intensify efforts to find political solutions to prevent and end conflict The enormous human and economic cost makes conflict the biggest obstacle to human development We must move from managing crises to preventing them Second countries must uphold the norms that safeguard humanity This means complying with international humanitarian and human rights law and stopping the bombing and shelling of civilian targets and areas It also means committing to national and international justice and ending impunity Third we must leave no one behind — and we must reach those who are furthest behind first This means transforming the lives of the most vulnerable including those living in conflict and in chronic poverty and those living with the risk of natural hazards and rising sea levels We must reduce forced displacement provide more regular and lawful opportunities for migration empower women and girls and ensure quality education for all We cannot meet the Sustainable Development Goals agreed by world leaders last September if we do not reach these people The fourth core responsibility is to move from delivering aid to ending need We need to close the humanitarian-development divide for good We must also anticipate crises not wait for them to happen We must strengthen local leadership and capacity reduce vulnerability and increase the resilience of people and communities who will always be the first and last responders in crises Fifth we must find smart and innovative ways of mobilising funds This will require diversifying and expanding the resource base and using a wider variety of financing tools I have proposed a new international financing platform with the World Bank to identify mechanisms to finance our response to protracted crises The Agenda for Humanity provides key actions and strategic shifts which the world requires to reduce humanitarian needs and contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals I urge world leaders to come to the World Humanitarian Summit committed to promote sustainable human progress and a life of dignity and security for all The writer is secretary-general of the United Nations For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | New Delhi | Published: July 2 2012 12:15 am Top News For Charlotte Choprarunning Charlottes Bed and Breakfast has provided a platform to meet people from across the world She started the facility in 2007and went from being a homemaker to an entrepreneur running a successful BnB While the scheme might not have found successCharlotte swears by it Our bed and breakfast has been featured in the top 10 BnB list of various websites I opened the establishment in 2007when this scheme had just been introduced and have received a very good response so far We get guests from across the world and from different communities Word-of-mouth publicity has really worked for us Many multi-national companies make bookings with us? said Charlotte The Bed and Breakfast is located in New Rajinder Nagar and Charlotte charges Rs 4000 per room in Silver Class during off-season and Rs 4444 per room in peak season Madhu Tanejaa teacher by professionstarted her Trendy Bed and Breakfast in Jangpura in 2009 The servants quarter and garage was converted into a BnB by my son NowI run the establishment It is doing very well and is a great platform to meet people from different parts of the world and interact with them Some of my guests have become close friends and keep returning to us year after year? said Taneja Dipmala Bindrawho runs the scheme from her house in Vasant Vihar said while the response to the scheme wasnt good during the Commonwealth Gamesher Bed and Breakfast did well thereafter Taneja charges anywhere between Rs 2800 and Rs 4000depending on season But not everyone has been able to sustain this scheme Arvind Nanda who opened a Bed and Breakfast in 2008-2009was forced to shut it down as he found it not viable It wasnt working out well I had to keep too many things functional for too few people? said Nanda Some others have also shut down their facility Kavita Nagpalwho lives in GK-I discontinued with the scheme shortly after opening a Bed and Breakfast The scheme was good but I couldnt carry on with it? said Nagpal Prabhatmanager of the BnB The Heritage, “Between 25. in 2013.

This programme has addressed both the reality of need, After receiving a green signal from the co-pilot about runway clearance, download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: September 21, Narasimha Rao was often called ? all hell broke loose when Dileep and Manju filed for divorce in 2014. On the second nine, Nearly 80, Related News By Naveen Jindal My inspiration for nation-building and patriotism comes from the colours of the national flag. Profession: Japanese language expert. A gentle reminder that we may look in the mirror everyday.

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