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30am sharp and the biometric attendance system is a step in the direction of improving productivity.?” Rodrigo Moreno, Meanwhile, 2017 5:28 am A final-year PhD student of IIT-Delhi allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan of her hostel room. Related News A day after a final-year PhD student of IIT-Delhi allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan of her hostel room the varsity director said she was doing “very well” academically and that the suicide seems to be due to some “personal problems” The deceased Manjula Devak a student at the Department of Civil Engineering was married and used to live in Narmada hostel IIT Delhi will organise a condolence meeting for the deceased on Thursday In a Facebook post IIT Delhi Director V Ramgopal Rao said that “depression is like any other disease” and urged those suffering from it to seek medical attention “There will always be ups and downs in life It happens to every one of us… If you feel low all the time… seek help” he wrote Rao called Devak “a young girl with a bright future” and said the incident was “very very unfortunate” Speaking to The Indian Express he said: “Her suicide had nothing to do with academics I spoke with her supervisor and on the academic front everything was smooth In fact she was applying for faculty positions in IITs and NITs She would have submitted her thesis by next month She was going through personal problems but academically she was doing very well She had done her MTech from IIT Delhi and was the topper in her batch” He claimed Devak had even shared her problems with her supervisor Rao said the institute had undertaken several initiatives to help those facing depression including starting a drive where “we’ve asked students to let us know about other students who may need help… However in cases of personal problems it becomes very difficult” Additional DCP (south) Chinmoy Biswal said “We are waiting for the SDM’s report We will investigate accordingly” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Congresson Sunday sought to give a new twist to AAP’s victory in the Delhi polls with party general secretary Digvijaya Singh saying Arvind Kejriwal is part of the overall plan of RSS for a "Congress Mukt Bharat" Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal PTI "Kejriwal is a part of the overall plan of RSS for a Congress Mukt Bharat I know I would be abused by both RSS and Kejriwal fans" Singh tweeted Kejriwal took oath as the eighth Chief Minister of Delhi on Saturday after winning with a thumping majority in the Delhi Assembly polls Attacking the RSS the Congress leader said that he was called names when he had earlier said that the Sangh was behind Anna Hazare movement’s as well "When I said RSS was behind Anna Movement no one believed me I was called mad But ultimately I was proved right and I would be this time too" he tweeted The AAP had won 67 of the 70 seats in Delhi decimating Congress and leaving only three seats for the BJP PTI By: Reuters | London | Published: June 26 2017 6:34 pm In Spain last May Hamilton had spoken about how enjoyable it was to be battling a rival who was not a team mate (Source: AP) Top News The gloves are off and the fight is on between Formula One title rivals Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton Sunday’s explosive Azerbaijan Grand Prix more than made up for last year’s dull race in Baku bursting the budding ‘bromance’ and replacing it with something much more heavyweight Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff said as much after a crazy afternoon that saw mutual respect and camaraderie tossed aside amid angry accusations “Nobody wanted to see the schmoozing anyway so now the gloves are off” the Austrian told Sky Sports television after Hamilton had dubbed the Ferrari driver a “disgrace” and suggested they sort things out “face to face” “The sport needs the rivalry What we have seen today is the ingredient of a great championship” said Wolff The most memorable seasons have been fuelled by controversy passion and a fierce rivalry sometimes spilling into outright enmity Baku with the championship favourites colliding and a podium of drivers who could scarcely believe their luck provided enough drama to keep the championship bubbling away for months to come In Spain last May Hamilton had spoken about how enjoyable it was to be battling a rival who was not a team mate — his main opponent for the past three seasons — and the admiration he felt for Vettel’s speed and consistency The Briton had warned then however that it might not last and on Sunday he was proven right BATTLE LINES The battle lines were drawn the moment Vettel went into the back of Hamilton’s Mercedes during the second of three safety car periods the German shaking his fists and pulling alongside to bang wheels in a gesture that looked a lot like ‘road rage’ The frustrated and angry man of 2016 who raged at rivals and had to apologise to race director Charlie Whiting in Mexico last November after an expletive-laden radio rant was back The stewards were clear in apportioning blame imposing a 10 second stop-and-go penalty on the German for steering into Hamilton The championship leader now 14 points clear of Hamilton after finishing fourth to the Briton’s fifth was also given three penalty points which could prove significant They bring Vettel’s tally in the last 12 months to nine and means another such sanction in Austria in two weeks’ time would trigger an automatic race ban for the following round at Silverstone There were some who felt such a penalty should have been applied already even if the moment of madness ultimately cost Vettel a victory that would have fallen into his lap after Hamilton had to pit to fix a loose head rest “Deliberately driving into another driver and getting away pretty much scot-free as he still came fourth I think that’s a disgrace I think he disgraced himself today” said triple champion Hamilton “Imagine all the young kids that are watching Formula One today and see that kind of behaviour from a four-time world champion I think that says it all” Vettel’s assertion that Hamilton had ‘brake-tested’ him by slowing so suddenly that the Ferrari ran into the back of the Mercedes was also undermined by the evidence The governing FIA confirmed that Hamilton’s car data showed he “maintained a consistent speed and behaved in the same manner on that occasion as in all the other re-starts during the race” Mercedes non-executive director and retired triple champion Niki Lauda said he had never seen anything like it “Vettel is a decent guy normally This I don’t understand He is crazy Lewis will hit him one day Not with the car but with his fist” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bhawesh Mishra | Published: July 3 2015 1:26 am The options for the EU are stark and odious: Take massive losses on its lending and let Greece walk off as a loan cheat Related News Midnight at Berlin Hauptbahnhof the glass palace of a train station shimmering in the city’s heart You took a train from east Berlin where cocktails cost Rs 350 and shops accept only euros On the walkway leading out of the station as it was inside the east town bars you run into a wall of youth seriously joyful youth Cheap beer cans are flowing out of bins little paper plates on which vendors serve snacks are sprinkled around lamp posts like street art Some are playing guitar some singing The lightness of broke youth is moving The spectacle isnot as posh as in Paris or as expensive as in London But Berlin is again the capital of Europe — a symbol of Germany’s achievements since its reunification Yet in the jollity of the street party lies a terrible disappointment: That sinking feeling called the European Union For an Indian used to a rowdy democracy it’s hard to get what the fuss is all about They get welfare money for pet dogs in Germany don’t they And doesn’t one euro cost 70 of our precious rupees But the project to achieve an ever-closer union of Europe had set itself noble if difficult goals The EU was fumbling in 2012 Today it is openly mocked Something unthinkable happened on June 30 A eurozone country defaulted on its loans On a continent where people are jailed for walking off from a bakery with a croissant without paying a sovereign borrowing billions of cheap money and not paying it back has hit the idea of Europe right on the frontal lobe Financial probity keeping a deal — these used to be inviolate ideas It’s hard to accept but harder to sympathise with Europe was meant to be a political union of equal democracies But the most powerful people in the EU are those running its unelected institutions like the European Central Bank There was a promise the continent would be a social union that would rise above the nastiness of nation-states But the Greeks put a Hitler moustache on Chancellor Angela Merkel in protest posters Europe promised to lead the world to spray soft Alpine mist on territories scorched by the American military machine It turns out no one listens to it not Iran and not Israel A political idea needs success stories to succeed But in the past decade the EU has let crises fester There were massive bailouts in Ireland and Spain in 2012 costing several hundred billions The Irish have been stoically serving the loan shark The Spaniards have shown admirable penance after a housing binge that left the country with a third of all unsold houses in Europe It’s Greece that’s doing grievous damage to the European project both in terms of money and politics By now it’s clear that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his finance chief Yanis Varoufakis are the Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia of Greece — smart politicians who think they can revolt against the mathematics of running a government hold rallies against data But they are products of the European crisis The cause lies in Brussels and Berlin and in Paris The stink and suffering from Athens lie heaped on the doorstep of Merkel The EU was created by Germany and France to achieve two principal goals: Blunt fears of German power by making it serve the larger cause of peace and prosperity for all Europeans; and to eliminate the legacy of war between the two top continental powers However in this marathon Germany kept sprinting while the Greek and French fought over who got how much of their shrinking pizzas Not Germany’s fault but the reluctant leader has been called upon to solve the Greek crisis for years — and it has failed The options for the EU are stark and odious: Take massive losses on its lending and let Greece walk off as a loan cheat Or print mountains of euros and funnel billions more into a country that has just thrown a needless referendum in the face of its creditors To save the EU’s future Germany and its rich buddies must take the haircut as Punjab must for a struggling Bihar And to save the eurozone they must start the euro printing press It’s a terrible dilemma but it’s decision time The continent’s press as diverse as Danish dairy and Sicilian lemon is now united in one thought: the voter does not anymore trust its leaders to do the tough job It’s an “anti-Europe” they live in now Mishra is a London-based journalist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDubai/Munich: Iran’s supreme leader said on Sunday he could accept a compromise in nuclear talks and gave his strongest defence yet of President Hassan Rouhani’s decision to negotiate with the West a policy opposed by powerful hardliners at home As his foreign minister met counterparties in the talks at a conference in Munich Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he "firmly" backed a fair nuclear deal Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei AP "I would go along with any agreement that could be made Of course if it is not a bad deal No agreement is better than an agreement which runs contrary to our nation’s interests" Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told Iranian air force personnel according to official news agencies In a speech that still underlined his suspicions about Western nations that he characterised as "bullies" Khamenei backed Rouhani’s negotiations with them and said any workable deal would mean both sides easing their demands "As the president said negotiations mean reaching a common point Therefore the other party. should not expect its illogical expectations to be materialised This means that one side would not end up getting all it wants" "I am for reaching a good settlement and the Iranian nation too will certainly not oppose any deal to uphold its dignity and integrity" Khamenei said an apparent warning to hardliners that they might have to accept a deal with powers including the United States commonly known in Iran as "the Great Satan" Negotiators have set a 30 June final deadline for an accord and Western officials have said they aim to agree on the substance of such a deal by March In Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who will address the US Congress on Iran on 3 March — to the annoyance of the Obama administration — said: "We will do everything and will take any action to foil this bad and dangerous agreement" "World powers and Iran are charging ahead to an agreement that would allow Iran to arm itself with nuclear weaponry something that would imperil the existence of the State of Israel" Netanyahu told his weekly cabinet meeting "Iranians know" The nuclear talks with the United States Russia China Britain France and France are aimed at clinching an accord that would ease Western concerns that Tehran could pursue a convert nuclear weapons programme in return for the lifting of sanctions that have ravaged the Iranian economy Major sticking points are the pace at which sanctions would be removed the size of Iran’s nuclear fuel-producing capacity — a key consideration in preventing any output of bomb material — and the length of any agreement "Our (nuclear) negotiators are trying to take the weapon of sanctions away from the enemy If they can so much the better If they fail everyone should know there are many ways at our disposal to dull this weapon" Khamenei said Any deal "must be concluded in one stage and consist of clear and detailed specifications and not subject to (various) interpretations" he said "Given our past experience in dealing with the (West) a final draft must not leave any room for the other side to repeatedly extract concessions" Separately Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denied on Sunday a Reuters report quoting unidentified senior Iranian officials saying he had told the United States during the talks that Rouhani’s political clout would be heavily damaged if negotiations failed "I believe the entire Iranian population understands that this government that Dr Rouhani his administration and the government in its entirety supported our efforts in the negotiations" Zarif told a security conference in Munich where he met counterparties in the negotiations in what he called a "very serious discussion" "Everybody has taken every necessary measure to make sure we succeed All Iranians know this If we fail and I hope we won’t they (Iranians) will not consider us responsible for that failure They will consider attempts (to ask) too much from Iran as a reason for failure" Zarif said it was in everyone’s interest to seal an agreement by the June 30 deadline but added: "I don’t think if we don’t have an agreement it will be the end of the world" US Senator John McCain a hawkish Republican warned in Munich that while Iran was negotiating now its underlying goal was "to drive Western influence out of the Middle East" Reuters Makrand N. “I completely stand by Rohan! an educational activist. 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