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That was initially expected to take several years,builder and architect of the building would ease political pressure on the civic administration to take action against such constructions, Jatar said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: April 1 2014 1:56 am The initiative aims at providing hands-on learning infrastructure to engineering students express archive Related News Robots that can sow seeds in a farm robots that can remove weeds robots used for fertilizing crops and robots that can even pluck fruits from trees — these were some of the final entries presented at the e-Yantra Robotics Competition (e-YRC) this year at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) on March 28 This year e-YRC used robotics to develop indigenous solutions in the field of ‘Urban Agriculture’ The objective of the competition this year was to bring awareness to problems in the agriculture domain by assigning themes that involve processes in this domain The ministry of human resource development (MHRD) sponsors e-YRC under the National Mission for ICT in Education (NMEICT) programme The initiative aims at providing hands-on learning-infrastructure to engineering students who have limited access to labs and mentors Through e-YRC lab the overall mission is to grow a rich eco-system of ideas and applications through intelligent funnelling of robotics in the day-to-day life developed by students working on such projects at engineering colleges in the area of embedded systems More than 6000 students had registered for e-YRC 2013 from across the country of which only 80 members (20 teams) were shortlisted for the competition “e-YRC-2013 aims at bringing awareness to problems in the agriculture domain by assigning themes that involve processes in this vital domain Four themes are used as exemplars of important stages in the agriculture production lifecycle: seeding weeding fertilizing and harvesting Student teams from across the country worked on prototypes of robots such as the Seed Sowing robot Weeding robot Fertilizing robot and Fruit Plucking robot” said Prof Kavi Arya principal investigator Project E-Yantra The pan-India robotics competition is open to all undergraduate students of engineering Each group gets to program a given robotic platform to solve a given problem with the given resources in 12 weeks Dr Saraswathi Kirthivasan senior program manager of e-Yantra said “The e-YRC provides a platform for students to demonstrate their knowledge and programming skills in Embedded system and Robotics to solve real life problems with the given hardware” Kirthivasan added “What sets this competition apart is its unique model While other competitions expect students to build their own robots e-Yantra presents them with a robot developed (robotic kit) at IIT-Bombay and expects them to develop solutions to pre-set tasks using these robots This makes robotics accessible to students across a variety of disciplines and from remote regions” The competition will be followed by e-Yantra symposium to be held on April 10 and April 11 Winning team members will get an opportunity to do internships at IIT Bombay during summer vacations [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata:East Bengal coach Biswajit Bhattacharya on Monday resigned following their debacle in Bengaluru where their I-League title hopes virtually went up in smoke following a 1-3 defeat Confirming the development East Bengal football secretary Santosh Bhattacharya said"We have received an e-mail from him stating that he does not want to continue for the remaining two matches" East Bengal will take on Sporting Clube de Goa at Barasat stadium Friday before concluding their I-League campaign in Shillong against Lajong FC April 24 Former East Bengal coach Biswajit Bhattacharya "We’re yet to take a final call We will sit with him and decide what best can be done for the remaining two matches" In case the former India captain does not continue his deputies Debjit Ghosh and Sanjay Majhi will be sharing the responsibilities in the two matches A former Mohun Bagan and United SC coach Bhattacharya had succeeded Dutchman Eelco Schattorie in June last year amid tremendous pressure of winning the I-League from their arch-rivals Bhattacharya had started off well with East Bengal winning the Calcutta Football League (CFL) Premier Division title for a sixth successive time but their I-League dream almost got over in Bengaluru yesterday Written by Abhishek Angad Alok Singh | New Delhi | Updated: December 23 2015 7:07 am Security staff NDRF personnel and bystanders at the crash site near Palam Airport (Source: Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News It was a last-minute change in plans that made seven technicians of the Border Security Force (BSF) who were on their way to Ranchi Tuesday morning for an assignment take the ill-fated VT BSA Superking plane Initially they were supposed to take the train but the night before the trip they were informed by BSF officials that they would be taking the plane instead “On Sunday night Surender told me that he was going for an assignment to Ranchi by train However on Monday night he said he was going to take a BSF plane instead” said Dalip Singh Rana brother-in-law of sub inspector Surender Singh Lingwal Lingwal was one of the 10 people killed when the BSF aircraft carrying engineers and technicians from the force’s air wing crashed near Palam Airport on Tuesday morningLingwal is survived by his wife and two young sons Members of his immediate family were in no state to talk said Rana adding “I keep thinking what would have happened had he taken the train” Share This Article Related Article The moment he heard about the crash Anoop Kumar tried to call his uncle Bhagwati Prasad Bhatt a pilot with the BSF’s air wing who was commanding the plane “I called him twice but his number was not reachable I called my aunt… she was crying and she told me that he was on that plane” said Anoop “Who can change what fate has in store for us… but we should question the way he died” he added Bhatt is survived by his wife a son and a daughter Anoop claimed that a few of Bhatt’s colleagues had told him that the plane had crashed due to a technical snag “We were told that after he started the engine he realised that there was some glitch and asked for assistance Later after inspection the plane was declared fit Five minutes after it took off there was a crash” Neeraj Kumar brother of BSF Deputy Commandant Dhirendra Kumar was angry and wanted to know who to blame for the accident“It was his job… he used to fly regularly to different states Suddenly an accident happens… who should I blame Should I blame the weather or the machine…” said Kumar Dhirendra had joined the BSF after taking voluntary retirement from the Air Force He is survived by his wife and two daughters Family members of BSF Sub-Inspector Chote Lal Sharma are yet to tell his wife about his death “His wife knows about the accident but we haven’t told her that her husband was killed She is very sensitive… we are waiting for the right time to tell her” said Hemant Sharma his brother Family members of the deceased BSF personnel will gather at Safdarjang Airport Wednesday for an event to pay tribute to them The event will also be attended by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: December 11 2015 12:03 am File photo Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Related News During his interaction with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Varanasi on Saturday Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is likely to brief the former about investment potentials of Uttar Pradesh District officials said Akhilesh will welcome both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Abe at the airport and accompany them later for Ganga aarti and dinner Sources said Akhilesh will interact the Japanese PM at the hotel where he will stay “The CM will brief the Japanese PM about the major projects going on and investment potentials available here He will also request for investment in the industrial sector to create job opportunities and infrastructure” a senior official said He added that the UP government expects investment and technical support from Japan because the state receives a good number of Japanese tourists every year at Buddhist pilgrimage centres like Sarnath in Varanasi Kushinagar and Shrawasti districts Around 15 gates and 50 hoardings displaying messages from Akhilesh for the two PMs are being put up in Varanasi The CM has directed the Varanasi Municipal Corporation to ensure cleanliness in the city For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: December 2 2015 10:25 am Produced by Riteish Deshmukh and Uttung Thakur “Yellow” which released in April last year talks about the ups and downs in the life of Gauri a mentally disabled child suffering from Down’s syndrome Related News Filmmaker Mahesh Limaye’s National Award winning Marathi film “Yellow” which explores a mother-daughter relationship amid developmental disability and child behaviour kickstarted the first edition of International Film Festival for the Persons with Disabilities (IFFPwD) here on Tuesday Organised by the department of empowerment of persons with disabilities (DEPwD) and union social justice and empowerment ministry in collaboration with the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) the three-day film festival for persons with disabilities is taking place here at Siri Fort Produced by Riteish Deshmukh and Uttung Thakur “Yellow” which released in April last year talks about the ups and downs in the life of Gauri a mentally disabled child suffering from Down’s syndrome “The number is growing now of physically challenged kids So Uttung asked me to make a film on this issue We did a lot of research before making this film While researching we found two things One is that these types of people need a lot of positive vibes around them Secondly they hate sympathy” said Limaye who was present at the screening along with lead actress Gauri Gadgil Apart from Gauri the film also stars Mrinal Kulkarni Upendra Limaye and Manoj Joshi among others Limaye said that by making “Yellow” he wanted to inspire all the parents whose children are physically challenged The inauguration ceremony of the festival was attended by union Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thaawar Chand Gehlot Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Krishna Pal Gurjar Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities Secretary Lov Verma acclaimed lyricist-filmmaker Gulzar his daughter and director Meghna Gulzar and theatre personality Sanjana Kapoor The festival which concludes on Thursday will screen 40 Indian language and International films which comprises of 16 short films 14 documentaries and 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