The auction is at 10 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Auction Advantage warehouse at 11 Mount Hope Ave. The items can be seen Friday, Oct. 17, from noon until 4 p.m. and on auction day between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Photos are available online at www.auctionad.ca . The auction will be conducted by Auction Advantage. Cash, debit and credit cards will be accepted. Government’s next surplus auction is Saturday, Oct. 18, in Dartmouth. Among the equipment people can bid on are: cars, pickup trucks and a utility van lawn mowers and tractors snowblowers utility trailers forklifts ATVs farm tractor snowplows for one-ton trucks leaf blowers commercial kitchen equipment.
MONTREAL — Rebecca Sarfatti, a Toronto-based activist originally from Venezuela, says the retirement income her mother living in Caracas receives every month doesn’t cover the cost of bread and cheese for more than two days.“Meat has not been seen in a long while,” she said in an interview Thursday from Toronto. “Fish — forget about it. People are relying on grains and rice and whatever they can find.”Sarfatti is part of the Venezuelan diaspora in Canada looking anxiously at the political turmoil in their home country. But she is holding out hope that the 35-year-old opposition lawmaker who has declared himself interim president, Juan Guaido, can restore democracy in Venezuela.On Wednesday, violence flared once again in the South American country and at least 12 people were reported killed in the escalating confrontation with President Nicolas Maduro, who has drawn increasing international criticism.Guaido, leader of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, said Wednesday in Caracas, that his taking power is the only way to end the Maduro “dictatorship” in Venezuela, which has seen millions flee in recent years to escape sky-high inflation and food shortages.Canada, the United States and many Latin American countries quickly announced support for Guaido. But other countries, including Russia, Turkey, China, Iran and Syria, are backing Maduro.Soraya Venitez, a Montreal artist and activist originally from Venezuela, participated in a protest Wednesday against the Maduro government. It was one of many rallies held in Canadian cities and around the world in response to an appeal from Venezuela’s National Assembly to take to the streets.Venitez, who works with a lobby and aid organization called the Canada Venezuela Democracy Forum, said when she announced at the protest that Guaido had declared himself to be interim leader, people had tears in their eyes. “There is hope now. It’s a big window of hope that has been opened,” she said. “We want to rebuild our country.”Venitez, like Sarfatti, has family members all over the world who have left the deteriorating political climate in Venezuela. Two of Venitez’s female relatives recently fled Venezuela and travelled “for days” to Peru by bus and on foot, she said.“One is 23 years old and the other is 25 years old,” she said. “They are working now in Peru and sending money back to their families.”Sarfatti, also with the Canada Venezuela Democracy Forum, said her mother is lucky because she owns her home and has a relative with a job living with her who helps pay expenses. Many others aren’t as fortunate, she said, adding that the price of basic foodstuffs increases so quickly due to inflation that the cost of cheese could almost double within 24 hours.She said the Canada Venezuela Democracy Forum raises money to get supplies into Venezuelan public hospitals. Members send aid packages by boat, which reach her group’s network of doctors and human rights workers. They store the supplies in private homes until they can be smuggled into hospitals. Sarfatti says the material needs to be brought in clandestinely because if not, it will be stolen.“There are no official channels” that would allow her group to send aid openly, she said. “I know it sounds crazy, but this is the reality.”While Canada and others have supported Guaido, Venezuela’s top military brass pledged their support for Maduro on Thursday, delivering vows of loyalty before rows of green-uniformed officers on state television.In an address Thursday, Maduro recalled the long history of heavy-handed U.S. interventions in Latin America during the Cold War as he asked his allies for support. “Don’t trust the gringos,” he thundered to a crowd of red-shirted followers. “They don’t have friends or loyalties. They only have interests, the nerve and the ambition to take Venezuela’s oil, gas and gold.”Sarfatti said she recognizes that being aligned with the United States in support of Guaido gives ammunition to Maduro supporters who claim his critics are tools of an imperialist power. But she said the support of Canada and other Latin American countries for Guaido shows the opposition is much broader.“We appreciate the support of the world,” she said. “But at the end of the road, it’s us who have to step up. Our leaders have to step up and stand straight against this evil.” — With files from The Associated PressGiuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Press
Rabat – The Central Bureau for Judiciary Investigations (BCIJ), under the General Directorate for National Territory Surveillance, disbanded, on Tuesday, a terrorist cell composed of four extremist members operating in Casablanca and the Mograne rural commune in the Kénitra province, said the Interior Ministry in a statement.The preliminary investigations showed that the cell members, who swore allegiance to the so-called emir of the Islamic State Organization (ISIS), adhered to dangerous terrorist projects targeting the Kingdom’s stability and security, by planning operations against vital sites in Casablanca, in accordance with the agenda of this terrorist organization, the same source said.The suspects will be brought to justice after the completion of the probe led under the supervision of the competent public prosecutor’s office. With MAP
Climate change talks in Bali aimed at charting a roadmap for action moved ahead today with focused negotiations on the key elements aimed at guiding the process that will continue after the Conference ends.Delegates, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and conference officials generally agreed that there were signs of progress in the discussions, although no firm decisions have yet been reached.While Hans Verolme, Director of WWF, said that while the conference “should get on it,” there had been progress and that some countries had put forward a number of good proposals.Yvo de Boer, Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, reported that countries had held useful discussions on future action on climate change, particularly on the objectives and principles. He said there was a strong focus on providing incentives for developing countries to limit their growth of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as recognizing the efforts those countries were already making in that area. Talks also continued on ways to provide developing countries with newer and cleaner technologies and on the issue of deforestation, where delegates have agreed to conduct work on methods on issues that include how to assess forest cover and emission reductions. Trade ministers from more than 30 countries will be in Bali to discuss climate change issues this weekend and about two dozen finance ministers will meet early next week. It is the first time that these ministerial groups have organized meetings in connection with a climate change conference. The meeting could help the development of a financial response to climate change, which Mr. de Boer said was essential for the new deal to tackle the problem. “It is the oil that will make the machinery run.” He said that investments of around $20 trillion would be needed by 2030 to meet the world’s hunger for energy, with more than half of that demand coming from developing countries.Developing countries, he added, would need incentives to alter the course of an “investment super tanker.” Those incentives would need to be agreed as part of post-2012 climate change deal under the auspices of the UN for which negotiations need to be launched at Bali. 7 December 2007Climate change talks in Bali aimed at charting a roadmap for action moved ahead today with focused negotiations on the key elements aimed at guiding the process that will continue after the Conference ends.
A soldier was injured when a Colombo bound train crashed into a military truck in Chavakachcheri today.The police said the truck had attempted to cross the railway track when the train crashed into it. Reports from the area said that four soldiers were in the truck when the accident occurred.The four soldiers had managed to jump off the truck when they saw the train and in the process one soldier suffered injuries and was admitted to hospital. (Colombo Gazette)
A man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant has been arrested in Hamilton.Tyler Robitaille was wanted for breaching his parole.The 28-year-old is serving a three-year sentence for Break and Enter and Theft Under $5,000.The warrant for Robitaille was issued Saturday. Hamilton Police said Monday he was arrested in the city.
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The troops from the 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland, on Thursday joined more than 100 firefighters who have been working rolling 12-hour shifts to tackle the seven square miles of Saddleworth Moor, smouldering with pockets of fire since Sunday. An RAF Chinook is also on stand-by should Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) request helicopter help to airlift heavy equipment to high ground on the tinder-dry moors. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Problems faced included frequent changes in wind direction,… Exhausted firefighters are being helped by 100 soldiers as they tackle a vast moorland blaze in Greater Manchester, which fire chiefs fear will last for several weeks as the scorching weather continues.
Met Office forecaster Rachael West told the Press Association: “Storm Bronagh is moving towards the north and east and we are going to continue to see strong, blustery and gusty north-westerly winds.”We are looking at gusts of between 45 and 55mph across the UK and associated with that some heavy showers with some hail and thunder.” We’re sorry, but the 08:28 Faversham to St Pancras service is cancelled this morning after the train was damaged by a fallen tree last night near Higham. Alternative trains for St Pancras leave Faversham at 07:59 or 08:59. pic.twitter.com/RPvHy5YowJ— Southeastern (@Se_Railway) September 21, 2018 Speed restrictions were in place for many trains across the network in Wales and the west and north of England due to high winds, which were forecast to reach 45-50mph across much of the country.In Wales a landslip in the Dinas Rhondda blocked the railway line between Ystrad Rhondda and Porth, while a tree stopped trains between Carmarthen and Milford Haven. There were also reports of delays to planes arriving at Manchester Airport due to windy conditions.A Met Office yellow warning for wind has been in place this morning. It may be a tricky commute this morning due to poor weather from #StormBronagh. Take a minute to read our tips and advice here https://t.co/31nsKCFrxS from the experts @HighwaysEngland @TheRAC_UK and @IAMRoadSmart pic.twitter.com/8Q2w26gza5— Met Office (@metoffice) September 21, 2018 Overnight a gust of 76mph was recorded at the Needles on the Isle of Wight, while winds could reach up to 60mph during the day on Friday, particularly on the north-west coast of England.In south-west Wales there were 12 flood warnings in place on Friday morning, with nearly 40 flood alerts issued across the country, and further warnings in place in Staffordshire, Chesterfield and South Yorkshire, with more than 30 alerts across the north of England and West Midlands. Trains have been cancelled across the country after trees were blown down by Storm Bronagh, which reached wind speeds of 76mph as it hit Britain overnight.Flood warnings have followed after some parts of the UK had a month’s worth of rain in one night. The Met Office and police warned that surface water is still an issue on the roads, as commuters faced hours of delays because of the dangerous driving conditions.Rail cancellations affected thousands of passengers coming into London, with services disrupted by the weather just a day after Storm Ali, the first named storm of the season.Those travelling to, from and around Scotland faced yet another day of cancellations and delays, after Storm Ali made travel almost impossible on Wednesday and Thursday.The A1 near Gonerby Moor in Lincolnshire was closed on Friday morning as recovery crews removed a lorry that had left the carriageway, while flooding on the M6 at Crewe forced a slip road to be closed for several hours. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
As with every console Sony has released, over time the components used get cheaper to manufacture, or redesigns are done that combine parts and therefore save a considerable amount of money. Sony then has a higher profit margin on each console sold, or the option to drop the retail price of the machine.It’s been 8 months since the last official PlayStation 3 price drop, which saw Sony knock $50 off the recommended price and take it to $249.99 for the 160GB machine. It was a welcome price drop, but didn’t look so great when in February the PS Vita Wi-Fi model was released at the same price. It made one of the two machines look expensive.So, is Sony going to cut the price of the PS3 again soon? GameStop isn’t waiting to find out as they have just dropped the 160GB model of the PS3 to $199.99. There’s no confirmation of this being a permanent drop, but you can apparently walk into a GameStop today, or visit online via the link below, and pick up a brand new machine for 200 bucks.The decision to lower the price is either a surprise promotion from the retailer, or an early introduction of a coming price announcement from Sony. Either way, selling the hardware $50 cheaper will certainly boost sales, and probably lead to more game sales due to the saving. If it turns out to be a permanent drop, other retailers will be forced to follow and lower the price too.If you’re in the market for a PS3 I wouldn’t chance waiting to find out why the price has been changed, just get down to a GameStop ASAP and pick one up.More at GameStop, via Joystiq
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump welcomed Japan’s prime minister to the White House with a warm embrace Friday as they looked to shore up a long-standing security alliance and repair economic ties shaken by U.S. withdrawal from a Pacific trade pact.Trump greeted Shinzo Abe as he arrived in his black sedan at the doors of the West Wing. Abe, a nationalist adept at forging relationships with strongmen leaders, was the only world leader to meet the Republican before his inauguration and is the second to do so since the new president took office.Trump and Abe held talks in the Oval Office, to be followed by a joint news conference and a working lunch. The two leaders will depart on Air Force One on Friday afternoon for a trip to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida. Trump and Abe are scheduled to play golf Saturday.Other leaders of America’s closest neighbors and allies, such as Mexico, Britain and Australia, have been singed by their encounters or conversations with Trump. But Japanese officials are optimistic the invitation to visit Trump’s “Winter White House” signals a more positive outcome.The meeting comes as Trump appears to be shifting toward a more mainstream stance on U.S. policy toward Asia — consolidating alliances and cooperating with rising power China.
Einride’s self-driving carbon-neutral electric vehicle T-PodEinrideEstablished automakers are shifting their focus to develop driver-less cars, and automated trains are replacing the manned ones. The trend is about to bring radical changes in the world of transportation. Now, Swedish transportation company, Einride, has announced that it is working on world’s first completely emission-free, road-based transportation system.Einride’ T-Pod, a self-driving carbon-neutral electric vehicle, is designed to enable a single driver to control several trucks remotely. The company aims to replace the entire supply-chain infrastructure and offer futury mobility solutions with safe and eco-friendly vehicles.Also read: Nvidia teams up with Bosch for self-driving car project”Our vision is to enhance the lives of a billion people through the delivery of a global, impact-positive supply chain infrastructure,” wrote Einride on its website. Einride’s self-driving carbon-neutral electric vehicle T-PodEinride”That means we don’t believe our work is done when we’re carbon neutral. Our design process is driven by aiming to have a net positive impact – whether that might be improving the lives of transport workers, or reducing road traffic accidents, every element of our system aims to have a measurable positive impact on the planet.”Einride’s T-Pod is seven metres (23 feet) long, weighs 20 tons (18,143 kg) when fully loaded and can travel 200 km (124 miles) on single charge. The company aims to roll out 200 such vehicles by 2020.As things stand, it looks like the vehicle will be worth the wait.
X Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /02:56 WikipediaUniversity of Houston-Downtown Listen A new report shows that Houston is home to public colleges with the lowest graduation rates in Texas – and perhaps in the nation.The study even goes as far as to calling those schools, “dropout factories” – a label some schools named in the report, are not too happy about.Tamara Hiler is co-author of the report released by Third Way, a Washington-based think tank. It found students in Texas public colleges have just a 40% chance of earning a degree within six years.Hiler says “dropout factories” is a term that’s long been applied to high schools, but colleges deserve the same critical scrutiny.“When a high school in this country is not graduating more than two-thirds of its student body,” says Hiler, “the federal government actually says that a state or a district has to intervene in that high school and put in place a support plan or an intervention plan to make sure that a school is paying attention in getting that graduation rate up. Yet, at the college level, no such comparable bar exists.”The study found that the University of Houston-Downtown had the lowest graduation rate in Texas – just 13 percent of U-H-Downtown students earn a degree within six years.But the school’s Interim President, Dr. Michael Olivas, says those numbers are misleading and don’t reveal the complete story.He says that almost half of the students at UHD are the first in their families to go to college and about two-thirds of its students end up transferring from other campuses or community colleges to UHD.Dr. Olivas says compared to where he’s employed, Texas’ top universities get a disproportionate share of resources.“When flagship schools in College Station and in Austin just as examples, are 50,000 students, “ UHD’s leader says, “who take mostly advantaged students and who are subsidized heavily by research grants as well as endowments that are long-established by law, the Permanent University Funds, I don’t think that everybody is going to have the same opportunities that they do.”Indeed, the report does show that the schools in Texas with the highest completion rates are Texas A&M in College Station followed by the University of Texas at Austin.Dr. Olivas adds that UHD charges the fifth lowest tuition in the state and students who do graduate from the school, finish with less debt.Hiler does acknowledge that the report only shows data for first-time, full-time students – not transfers or those students who are part-time.“The purpose of the study,” its co-author says, “is to shift conversations away from just cost, in a year when political candidates have been promising ‘free college tuition,’ but instead to a conversation of value – making sure we’re bringing value to students’ lives when they decide to enroll in a school and take out loans and sort of expect to have college be their ticket to the middle class.”The report also showed that Texas Southern University has the eighth-lowest completion rate of any four-year college in the nation and charges students more than the national average.TSU officials did not respond to a request for comment on the study.
00:00 /00:47 Listen Share X Oil prices have been falling in recent days, bad news for the Texas energy economy, but apparently good news for President Trump.Trump has complained about what he considers too-high oil prices before. (Pricier oil means pricier gas for drivers.) The president continued that on Twitter this week.Hopefully, Saudi Arabia and OPEC will not be cutting oil production. Oil prices should be much lower based on supply!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12, 2018And then, prices dropped. So was it all Trump?Not exactly.“That’s going to be noise in the signal,” said analyst Matt Badiali with Banyan Hill. He said the president’s tweets do have an impact, but broader market trends like basic supply and demand still hold more sway.“We’re seeing the fundamentals drive the long-term trend, but sure, oil prices are going to move up and down in the short term to different drivers,” Badiali says. “And Donald Trump is just the most vocal U.S. president, so certainly he’s going to have an influence.”Last month, before the recent slide, prices hit four-year highs. Research firm DrillingInfo says that was probably the highest they’ll get for the foreseeable future. Listen 00:00 /00:47 X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Travis Bubenik/Houston Public MediaA pump jack near Orla, Texas
Citation: RAPIRO wants to spread joy of robots with Raspberry Pi (2013, June 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-06-rapiro-joy-robots-raspberry-pi.html More information: www.rapiro.com/ This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. “If we are successful in our Kickstarter, we will publish 3-D data (.stl) on our website, allowing you to customize the RAPIRO with a 3D printer,” according to the campaign page.Kits available on Kickstarter do not come with a Raspberry Pi and camera module. © 2013 Phys.org RAPIRO: Mounting of a Raspberry Pi camera module As for progress, the campaign has taken in more donations than its original £20,000 goal. The initial offer of a full kit at £199 was already snapped up. The offer was for a full kit with estimated delivery date of December; prices after that start at £229, up to £5,000 for a custom-designed RAPIRO, where the shape would be 3-D printed especially for the pledger. At the time of this writing, the campaign has taken in £31,002 with 178 backers. (Phys.org) —The Raspberry Pi is a computing milestone as a very low-priced computing device running Linux; now a Japanese inventor wants to rev up another kind of breakthrough, with an affordable robot kit that can work with the Raspberry Pi and its camera module. Say hello to RAPIRO, as its makers say, “the robot you always wanted as a kid,” and, as its makers ask, pledge some money for it too, because it is a Kickstarter campaign. Charlotte robot tells the world where it’s not going Explore further The makers want to raise funds to get it off and running in full production mode. RAPIRO is billed as an affordable and easy to assemble humanoid robot kit. This comes with 12 servo motors and an Arduino-compatible servo control board. RAPIRO was designed to mount with the Raspberry Pi and camera module in the head. Taking its selling points one by one, the question is, how affordable? The makers claim the kit is 1/10th the price of current Linux-powered humanoid robot kits.Next, the RAPIRO robot is billed as cute. How cute? Its 12 servo motors are for the neck, waist, feet, and arms. RAPIRO can grip a pen, and can turn its head and waist. Then there are RAPIRO’s LED eyes, lit brightly by RGB LEDs. Next, the claim is that it is easy to put together. How easy? Assembling RAPIRO just takes a screwdriver. No soldering is involved.The developer behind RAPIRO is Shota Ishiwatari of Kiluck Corp. in collaboration with three other small companies in Japan. Ishiwatari designed RAPIRO with 3-D CAD, built circuits, and wrote the code. Now he and colleagues are in promotion mode. They want to start a robot revolution, in the spirit of Raspberry Pi, where the robots can not only be enjoyed as cute but also eventually customizable and programmable.
Many libraries have been hosting a Drag Queen Story Time to teach children to be accepting of differences. Some places following this trend include San Francisco, Alaska, and Brooklyn. A swastika was painted on a rainbow crosswalk in TorontoLouisiana lawsuit against library claims drag queens reading to kids is ‘unconstitutional’This pastor crashed a library’s drag queen story time – then got booed outRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/christian-blogger-outraged-drag-queen-story-time/ eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) GAYSTARNEWS- These programs have been going on for years. Both parents and children alike see value in them.Backlash from one Christian bloggerHowever, a Christian blogger in Canada is deeply upset about the Toronto Public Library hosting a Drag Queen Story Time of their own.‘I think it’s important for kids to understand that boys don’t have to play with trucks and girls don’t just have to play with dolls,’ Scott Robins, chair of the Toronto Public Library’s LGBTQ kids programming, told The Globe and Mail in January.Pro-life activist and author Jonathon Van Maren runs the blog LifeSiteNews. He previously urged a boycott of Sweet Jesus Ice Cream, a Canadian ice cream chain slated to open stores in the United States. He accused the company of ‘blasphemy.’ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… A Christian blogger is outraged that drag queens are reading to kids in public libraries ‘Children’s stories about transgenderism’ in the libraryNow, Van Maren is targeting the Toronto Public Library.‘In Toronto, drag queens have been brought in to read stories like My Princess Boy to children and pitch the tenets of transgenderism,’ reads an article on LifeSiteNews, published on 19 July.Van Maren is referencing the popular children’s book about a little boy who likes to wear princess dresses. The book was written by a mother for her son.Van Maren complains about the library’s LGBTI programs, which have been in place for months. He goes on to talk about other Canadian libraries with similar programs. These include libraries in Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, British Columbia, and Prince Edward’s Island.‘LGBT activists are determined to teach their ideology to children, and have focused their efforts on infiltrating the public school system, influencing the sex education curriculum, and ensuring that the concepts such as gender fluidity are taught from the earliest possible age,’ Van Maren writes.‘Now, it seems, they have successfully managed to insert themselves into the children’s programming of public libraries right across Canada and the United States—with the enthusiastic approval of the library staff. Drag queens and children’s stories about transgenderism are in—and so, again, at yet another venue—Christian parents must be out.’Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us .
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“Kardinal and me started off at the same time and we had collaborated on my first album. “Hopefully,We believe it will take some more time, Mayor Gupta said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nisha Nambiar | Pune | Published: December 18 2013 5:38 am Related News WITH just 14 days left for deadline of recalibration of autorickshaw metersthe Regional Transport Office (RTO) has warned that no extension will be given to drivers and action will be initiated against them After an extension in Novemberonly 22000 drivers have completed re-calibration This is a very poor number and with just two weeks leftwe expect a last-minute rush Hencewe have issued orders that the remaining auto drivers should get the re-calibration done at the earliest? said Deputy RTO Anil Waliv After a meeting chaired by Regional Transport Authority chairman and Pune district collector Vikas Deshmukhauto fares were increased from October 15 As per the revised structurethe minimum fare was Rs 17 for the first stage the distance for which has been increased from one to 15 km For every subsequent kmRs 1165 is charged an increase of Rs 165 and this had to be re-calibrated There are a total 49859 autos in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad areas 44474 rickshaws are from Pune citywhile 5385 from PCMC area While in Pune20000 rickshaws have re-calibrated their metersin the PCMC areas only 2000 have done sosaid an RTO official The RTO clearly said that they would not give any extension for re-calibration and those failing to comply till the deadline will have to face penalty and fine Waliv said erring drivers would have to pay Rs 2100 fine if they are caught without re-calibrated meters and their documents will be seized We had given license to 32 centres for meter checkingand three testing agencies MITSt Josephs and COEP were allocated for the same? said the official The previous deadline was November 30 but it was extended due to the poor percentage of re-calibrated meters For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 4 2012 3:57 am Related News The Dena Bank Ozar branch was inaugurated by chairperson and directorNupur Mitra on September 27 Field General ManagerR K Gupta Deputy General ManagerVikramadityasingh Khichi Assistant General ManagerA D PatilOzar branch ManagerUlhas Pawar were present on the occasion The branch was the 61st branch for Pune region and the bank plans to open additional 5 new branches during this financial year It has opened more than 1414 branches across the country with a RBI approval for 100 new branches during the financial year 2011-12 Incorporating new IT initiativesthe Bank has many offerings for its customers – mobile banking facilityATM networke-tax payment Among other achievementsit has implemented Dena Garima,s court for extending his police and judicial custody when the statute does not provide for the same. also has the services of Sumit Nagal at his disposal if need be.s recent statement at a conference in the capital that Wahabi ideology was at the root of terrorism in the world and his allegation that Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia were promoting terrorism (resulting in the walkout of the Saudi envoy from the conference hall) has been the subject of much ridicule and anger. For all the latest Pune News, I never thought we were out of it, what time does it start,” he said.
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