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asked to file an affidavit “accepting and recognising that he remains and shall,none of them decline any request made to them, revealed one of the staff members of the college on the basis of anonymity Officiating principals one-day room In a recent incidentthe supporters of Prof Gupta allotted a special room to him (room number 144) in the academic blockwhich was originally a classroom His name plate as Officiating Principal Prof Shashi K Gupta was put outside the room As soon as this was brought to Dr Josans notice by his supportershe questioned the authority of undertaking such an act without his permission The next day the name plate was gone along with Prof Gupta and the room remained locked after that incident He then started operating from his earlier office of HoD on the third floorcase of two principals Dr B C Josan was suspended by the DAV College Managing Committee on September 15 While Dr Josan refused to vacate his officeProf Shashi K GuptaHead of the Department of Commercewas given the charge of principal and delegated all the financial powers Dr Josan was left with no powers to handle the colleges accounts and finances On the same day of receiving his suspension orderDr Josan managed to get a stay on his suspension from Panjab University Registrar S S Bari But in an interesting twist of eventsthe same Dr Bari revoked the stay on Josans suspension in less than 12 hours of his previous orders Dr Josan moved Punjab and Haryana High Court against the DAV College Managing Committeechallenging his suspension and the High Court issued a stay order on his suspension The case is listed for its next hearing on December 2 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Mexico City | Published: September 23 2017 11:55 am Volunteers and rescue workers search for children trapped inside at the collapsed Enrique Rebsamen school in Mexico City Tuesday Sept 19 2017 (AP Photo/Gerardo Carrillo) Top News The school collapse this week that killed at least 19 children during an earthquake has prompted many Mexicans to question whether building codes developed after a devastating 1985 temblor are too easily flouted Stringent codes enacted after a massive temblor killed thousands three decades ago minimized damage this week across the metropolis of 20 million people even if experts say it is nearly impossible to design structures to withstand any quake At least 293 people died in Tuesday’s quake measuring 71 on the Richter scale but the toll could have been far worse Still the collapse of some structures built under the new codes including the Enrique Rebsamen school that became a symbol of this week’s tragedy has sparked concerns over implementation of the rules “There are still gaps that mean new buildings don’t always fully comply” said Roberto Meli Piralla a structural engineer and expert on seismic preparedness at the National Autonomous University of Mexico It is too early to know if code violations neglect or corruption were factors in the collapse of the school or about 50 other buildings in Mexico City Yet engineers said that challenges remain in enforcing the codes uniformly and ensuring that builders inspectors and property owners follow approved plans Inspectors can be criminally liable if a building they OK proves structurally unsound The mayor of the district where the school is located said her office has been unable to find documentation to assess its construction and structural history She blamed problems including corruption on a predecessor administration “When we came into office there were many files missing” said Claudia Sheinbaum the mayor of the Tlalpan district She said she had no proof that corruption had anything to do with the collapse Before the quake municipal officials were already discussing revisions to strengthen code oversight said Piralla who is part of an engineering group that made recommendations to the city in recent weeks One suggestion according to another engineer involved in the discussions was to have an independent third-party review of designs before inspectors sign off on them The Secretariat for Housing and Urban Development the municipal office that oversees the code could not be reached for comment “WHO COULD HAVE APPROVED THIS SCHOOL” Even if compliance were universal engineers said there is no way to fully prepare because earthquakes vary widely Tuesday’s temblor generated a different frequency of shockwave from the 1985 quake and toppled mid-sized buildings of roughly six to eight stories compared with towers of about 12 to 15 floors in 1985 “It’s not possible to say what problems could have been foreseen” said Antonio Gallardo a member of the board of architects in Mexico City a council that upholds professional standards across the capital Most of the damage on Tuesday happened in central and southern districts where soils are less solid than in northern neighborhoods and urban development even after improvements in recent decades is still patchwork Although the toppled buildings are still being investigated some were built after the 1987 code which has periodically been revised since At the school which is in southern Mexico City the older of two structures remained standing while a newer building collapsed It was built early last decade and opened in 2004 according to several people familiar with its history The school is a private facility founded in the 1980s by the family that runs it according to two adult former students The principal a daughter of the founders lived in an apartment that was part of the collapsed structure She survived the quake current and former students said Neither the principal nor other family members could be reached for comment But local authorities neighbors and parents are demanding answers “Who could have approved this school” asked Raul Díaz a doctor whose 7-year-old son Eduardo died at the school “The building was poorly built” If prior quakes are any guide investigations and a full accounting will take years But experts said it would be impossible to build structures that could withstand all quakes “There is always going to be a degree of uncertainty” said Mary Comerio a professor of architecture and researcher on disaster recovery at the University of California at Berkeley She cited the 2011 earthquake that leveled even costly modern structures in Christchurch New Zealand The extent of a phenomenon known as liquefaction in which solid soil behaves like a liquid surprised scientists Notwithstanding architectural advances many other variables come into play including human error ground conditions the location depth and force of an earthquake In 2006 Comerio authored a paper in the journal Science called “Can Buildings Be Made Earthquake-Safe” “The answer is largely no” she said (Additional reporting by Paulo Prada and Daniel Trotta; Writing by Paulo Prada; Editing by Daniel Flynn and Cynthia Osterman) For all 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sold out several days before and organisers at the venue, Narendra Rawat on Monday held a dharna,serve the people? So Mamata Banerjee as an explanation for the disgraceful manner in which she had the Railway Minister sackedsaid it was because she was pro-people and this was the DNA of her political party Naturally then she could not possibly tolerate a minister from her own party daring to raise the price of railway tickets and exhibit such a recklessly anti-people attitude Train fares have not gone up in a decade because railway ministers have been too frightened of being labelled anti-people Butthere is more to this pro-people business than is immediately obvious This came to me as a sort of epiphany during a television show last week In a panel discussion in which I happened to sit sandwiched between a member of Mamatas party on one side and a man from the CPI(M) on the other These gentlemen flaunted their pro-people credentials with pride and aggression Whenever their arguments were beginning to sound less than crediblethey raised their voices and shouted that they were pro-people.

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