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Express Related News Diwali for lakhs of Puneites is associated with early morning soirees that see renowned artistes performing from open air stage. Shahir Rajendra Kamble performed his Vidrohi Jagar. The police allegedly misbehaved with the women and ransacked the house. There are several executive committees which have been formed for this purpose; one of the executive committee has already taken a decision on the location of the university at Sabarkantha. Mehta said it was indeed good news that the location of the university has been decided At presentthere are four veterinary colleges in Gujarat Anand Agriculture UniversityDantiwada Agriculture Universitythe Fisheries Institute at Veravaland the recently-developed veterinary college in Navsari Agriculture University For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLast week’s 1600-page bill to finance the US government through September 2015 contains a section creating a network of research institutes aimed at strengthening US manufacturing It also requires the government to draw up a national manufacturing strategy that would be reviewed every 4 years The idea of allowing government to help repair this former cornerstone of the US economy was once derided as industrial policy by many Republicans But now it’s entered the political mainstream That’s good news for Representative Daniel Lipinski (D–IL) a leading advocate of the manufacturing initiative Its inclusion in the massive spending bill also validates his faith in the adage about politics being the art of the possible “I think it’s a big victory” Lipinski tells ScienceInsider “Were this 4 years ago I would not have thought that But you have to remember where we are now Given how few things get done around here with respect to science and advanced manufacturing I’m very pleased with how things ended up” In February 2010 Lipinski introduced a bill to create a national manufacturing strategy and provide for a regular assessment Five months later it sailed through the House of Representatives then controlled by his Democratic colleagues before dying in the Senate But in November House Republicans stormed back into power and Lipinski’s party was pushed into the minority Although he reintroduced his bill in the next Congress it went nowhere Courtesy of Representative Daniel Lipinski But Lipinski didn’t give up In June 2013 he tried for a third time By then his ideas had begun to resonate with some powerful friends The previous summer President Barack Obama had taken executive action to create the first of what was envisioned as a $1 billion 15-center network of advanced manufacturing institutes Manufacturing is a key plank in the administration’s economic recovery plan and in January 2013 Obama used his State of the Union address to urge Congress to adopt a host of measures including measures Lipinski had been advocating Fortunately for Lipinski by then congressional Republicans had begun to see the issue as a boon for their party too But funding such an ambitious network of research centers remained a sticking point So a deal was hatched: Authorize the network but pay for it largely with money already being spent on a network of clean energy manufacturing centers In August 2013 a bipartisan group of legislators led by representatives Tom Reed (R–NY) and Joe Kennedy (D–MA) introduced such a bill (HR 2996) The House science committee had already held two recent hearings on advanced manufacturing including one that examined Lipinski’s bill and HR 2996 provided a legislative vehicle for the panel’s chair Representative Lamar Smith (R–TX) to take action In December 2013 the committee held a hearing on the bill and in July it adopted a revised version of the legislation that also contained Lipinski’s provisions In September the House passed HR 2996 by a voice vote Meanwhile in the Senate a bipartisan group of lawmakers had unveiled a companion bill the same day the Reed–Kennedy legislation was introduced The Senate Commerce Science and Transportation Committee reported out the bill favorably in August 2014 but the Senate failed to vote on it before recessing for the November election Both the House and Senate bills gave authority to the Commerce Department to spend $300 million to stand up four or more research centers for manufacturing innovation But the two bodies differed on where most of the money should come from The House bill specified that the Energy Department would tap $250 million over 10 years from an existing program within its Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy In contrast the Senate bill authorized a new pot of money Both bills also gave the Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) $5 million a year to run a national program office to coordinate manufacturing activities across the government The funding impasse remained as Congress reconvened in mid-November to take up a must-pass bill to fund the government for the rest of the 2015 fiscal year Legislators kept a tight lid on the closed-door negotiations waiting until 9 December to unveil what turned out to be the final version Some of its provisions caused a revolt among either conservative Republicans or liberal Democrats that nearly triggered a government-wide shutdown But the language on advanced manufacturing caused barely a ripple: The House version of funding the network prevailed and any Democrats who favored the Senate approach held their tongues regarding half a loaf as better than nothing Lipinski counts himself among that group “Yes it surprised me a bit” to see his handiwork show up in the spending bill Lipinski said last week “But I was more surprised when we got it through the House on a voice vote [in September] It showed that there was strong Republican support” “Now the fact that the Senate was also in favor and that it’s a priority for the administration is great” Lipinski went on “But to be honest I didn’t want to say that during the House debate because I thought it would scare off some of the Republicans But I have to hand it to Chairman Smith He worked hard to get it to the House floor in a form that he thought had the best chance of passage” But Smith who emphasized during the House debate that the new network would not add to federal spending didn’t stop there He persuaded the House leadership that advanced manufacturing belonged in the final 2015 spending bill even though it is really more of an authorization than an appropriations bill That’s a formal way of saying that it gives Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz the authority to transfer funds to the Commerce Department but doesn’t require him to do so “I think [that spending authority] is likely to be used by this administration” says Stephen Ezell a senior analyst at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation a Washington DC,Delhi University too has got its own social networking site,itmnortheastindia.says Sajid Nadiadwala whose last two films, ALSO SEE |? which can stifle an individual’s choices in the name of a larger cause. insecticides.

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what I can recall right now,Bankura and Purulia districts on Wednesday against the alleged police torture. where bypolls are being held today in one Lok Sabha constituency,27%). a resident of Sonkukra village complained that the Congress MLA from Bikram constituency had on Thursday morning kidnapped his daughter from their village. Quoting an unknown poet,S. general-care physicians’ total prescriptions are typically 2 percent for Schedule II drugs, Jayalalithaa will not be able to contest. case was filed by Subramanian Swamy The bench said it would consider issuing necessary direction to the Karnataka High Court for expeditiously deciding the batch of appeals on December 18.

Voters appear keen to rally behind the CM candidate hoping for the segment to get better after the BJP managed to lay a huge road network connecting the state. He.

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