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“At this time, you see the number of times the teams have gone 320-plus.s sister Pushpa Panchal looking for her missing brother. ? said V Renganathan,efficiency and accountability?it has backtracked for the second time The department had floated the request for qualification in October last and invited IT firms to apply for the project for the second time But now government has decided to give the responsibility to Uttar Pradesh Development Systems Corporation Ltd (UPDESCO)a fully-owned state government company The decision was taken at the recent Cabinet meeting A senior state government official defended the action by saying: If we have our own unitwhich can do the same work at a much less cost then why give it to someone else? But the decision to go back on its earlier plan has proved costly to the exchequer as the state government has already spent over Rs 15 crore in planning the project and for holding various pre-bid meetings About 143 crore has been given to the consultant Wipro in three installments out of the total contract with themwhich was for about Rs 239 crore It is to be noted that when the first Request for Qualification was floated in May 2010top IT companies like IL&FSHCLTCS had shown interest and had qualified for the financial bid On September 92010the bid evaluation committee decided to cancel the process and had cited addition of a new district Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Nagar to the project document as the reason behind its decision Following thisa fresh bidding process was initiated After postponing the last date for submitting Request for Qualification document several timesthe final date was set for December 302010 which too was shifted till further notice On January 6after a series of letters between the government and the UPDESCOit was decided that the government-owned firm was equipped to do take up the job and it was asked to implement the project Interestinglywhile the decision has been madethe fact remains that UPDESCOwhich usually provides software assistance and ensures delivery of software and hardware from the listed companies to the concerned departmentshas never taken such a project in the past Moreoverthis project requires software developmentnetworkinginstallation of the hardwaredevelopment of the infrastructure as well as deployment of the manpower and management of the entire system things that UPDESCO is neither equipped to do nor has enough financial backing at present Under the project355 sub-registrars72 district registrarsfour additional inspector generals23 deputy IGs and 89 additional IG offices across the state have to be automated As a resultnow the only option in front of the UPDESCO is to either issue fresh tenders to the companies listed with them or to give centage charges as a fee to the company to maintain and operate the project for the government For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | United Nations | Updated: November 4 2016 9:54 am In this Sunday Nov 29 2015 file photo an artwork entitled ‘One Heart One Tree’ by artist Naziha Mestaoui is displayed on the Eiffel Tower ahead of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference in Paris The Paris Agreement on climate change comes into force Friday Nov 4 2016 after a year with remarkable success in international efforts to slash manmade emissions of carbon dioxide and other global warming gases (AP Photo/Thibault Camus FILE) Top News The Paris Agreement to combat climate change becomes international law on Friday — a landmark that the United Nations says signals the beginning of a new chapter for humankind and demonstrates that countries are serious about addressing global warming So far 96 countries accounting for just over two thirds of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions have formally joined the accord which seeks limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius (36 degrees Fahrenheit) Many more countries are expected to come aboard the coming weeks and months Watch What Else Is Making News UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon plans to commemorate “this historic day for both the people and the planet” by holding a conversation on Friday with civil society organizations about how they can contribute to the objectives of the Paris agreement For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Jerusalem | Updated: July 31 2015 9:10 am An ultra-Orthodox Jew stabs a woman in the back with a knife during a Gay Pride parade in central Jerusalem (Source: AP) Related News Revelers dancing and singing through the streets of Jerusalem during the holy city’s annual gay pride parade were left shrieking in pain and panic Thursday night as an anti-gay extremist lunged into a group leading the march and stabbed six people Israeli police and witnesses said Police said the attacker Yishai Schlissel who was arrested at the scene for Thursday’s attack had been released from prison just three weeks ago after serving a sentence for stabbing several people at the parade in 2005 Six people were wounded in the attack two of them seriously Eli Bin of Israel’s emergency service said Yishai Schlissel walks through a Gay Pride parade and is just about to pull a knife from under his coat and start stabbing people (Source: AP) The Gay Pride Parade was proceeding as planned with party music Israeli flags and rainbow-clad marchers wending their way through central Jerusalem’s barricaded streets under a heavy police presence An Associated Press photographer witnessed the attacker enter the throng of people with his hand in his coat and within seconds raise a knife and begin stabbing people in the back Police pounced on him and arrested him The crowd’s carefree cheers suddenly gave way to screams Panic ensued and a bloody woman fell to the ground an Associated Press photographer at the scene said A man with blood seeping from his back wandered around with a dazed look before collapsing Another man with his shirt off also had blood dripping down his back Medics quickly surrounded them both and applied pressure to stop the bleeding Shocked revelers some in tears gathered along the sidewalk and hugged and comforted each other as ambulances and police on horses quickly arrived While the attack caused shock it was not unprecedented: Schlissel was convicted of a similar stabbing attack that wounded several people at a gay pride parade in Jerusalem a decade ago Yishai Schlissel was detained by plain-clothes police officers (Source: AP) On Thursday media reports said that Schlissel hid in a nearby supermarket and jumped out to attack the march when it passed nearby Jerusalem police spokesman Asi Ahroni said there was a “massive presence” of police securing the parade but “unfortunately the man managed to pull out a knife and attack” A medic that treated the wounded at the scene Hanoch Zelinger said one woman was stabbed in the back chest and neck and was lying unconscious on the ground Shaarei Tzedek Hospital said it was treating two victims with stab wounds a man who was in serious condition and a woman in critical condition both in their 20s The parade continued after the wounded were taken for treatment but in a far more somber atmosphere Media reported that thousands of Jerusalem residents who had not initially participated in the parade joined in after the attack in solidarity “I do think that homophobia is rooted in the city but that’s the point of the parade” said Benny Zupick 21 shortly after the attack “We are trying to change that And hopefully we will change that It takes one man to create a scene like this Hopefully he’s a minority” A police officer removes a knife from Schlissel (Source: AP) Condemnations of the attack poured in from the heads of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox parties along with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon and others across the Israeli political spectrum President Reuven Rivlin called the attack a “terrible hate crime” “People celebrating their freedom and expressing their identity were viciously stabbed We must not be deluded; a lack of tolerance will lead us to disaster We cannot allow such crimes and we must condemn those who commit and support them” Rivlin said Just a few thousand people usually attend the parade in Jerusalem known for its rich religious history and tradition A majority of Jerusalem’s residents are observant Jews Muslims or Christians conservative communities whose members mostly frown on homosexuality Previous parades in the holy city have drawn opposition Jerusalem’s parade is much smaller and more restrained than the annual gay pride march in the secular Tel Aviv which was attended by some 100000 revelers last month Tel Aviv has emerged as one of the world’s most gay-friendly travel destinations recently The Israeli city stands in sharp contrast to most of the rest of the Middle East where gays are persecuted or even killed in some places Gays serve openly in Israel’s military and parliament and many popular artists and entertainers are gay but gays still face hostility from some ultra-conservative religious communities Israel’s Channel 2 TV aired an interview that Schlissel gave to an ultra-Orthodox Jewish site recently where he spoke out against the gay parade taking place in Jerusalem His remarks were an eerie prelude to Thursday’s attack “The struggle isn’t over and the un-pure want to contaminate Jerusalem” he said “They want to contaminate the people of Israel” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 2 2011 1:58 am Related News Nineteen people were injured when a DTC bus rammed into another on Saturday morning in West Delhipolice said Police said around 930 am a DTC bus from the older fleet rammed a red low-floor bus in Raja Garden area A case has been registered against the offending driver One bus hit the other from behind Nineteen people were injured and were discharged from the hospital after treatment None of them suffered serious injuries? “It’s a very intense love story and the best part is that all the characters are very real. got a thumbs up from telly critiques. especially the faster bowlers. 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Sports Writer Stephen Wilson in London and Associated Press writer Barry Hatton in Lisbon, the court also absolved Fuentes and a former cycling team director who were given suspended sentences in the 2013 trial for endangering public health. Trump said that if he wins the White House, and several of his Senate staffers have joined Trump’s staff. 2014 2:48 pm Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki (Source: AP) Related News Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki faces mounting pressure to form an inclusive government or step aside following the loss of large swaths of territory to Sunni militants, spurred by the 1979 Islamic revolution in Shiite Iran.A.” he said.