Anirudh Bhattacharyya (for Info only, not official)

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    ...Over the last 12 months, not only has the honeymoon period persisted, his romance with the voting public has grown stronger. On October 19 last year, the Liberals captured 184 of the 338 seats in the lower House, equivalent of the Lok Sabha, while tallying approximately 40% of the vote share. According to a new poll from the Toronto-based Forum Research, if elections were held today, that percentage would rise to 49, translating into a whopping 240 seats. Trudeau, the face of the party, is spurring this gain in popularity. “That’s a big factor. His personal approval rating is even higher. At 56 %, he’s actually ahead of his party,” Forum Research’s president and founder Lorne Bozinoff told HT. This latest poll had a sample size of 1437 and was conducted over October 11 and 12. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 19, 2016, 10:06 a.m.

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    ...Over the past 12 months, not only has the honeymoon period persisted, Trudeau’s romance with the voting public has grown stronger. On October 19 last year, the Liberals captured 184 of the 338 seats in the lower house, equivalent of the Lok Sabha, while tallying approximately 40% of the vote share. According to a new poll from Toronto-based Forum Research, if elections were held today, that percentage would rise to 49, translating into a whopping 240 seats. Trudeau, the face of the party, is spurring this gain in popularity. “That’s a big factor. His personal approval rating is even higher. At 56%, he’s actually ahead of his party,” Lorne Bozinoff, Forum Research’s president and founder, told Hindustan Times. The latest poll had a sample size of 1,437 and was conducted during October 11-12. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 19, 2016, 7:56 a.m.

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    ...None of the dirt stuck, at least never enough. But even Teflon has a melting point. Given the heat generated by Trump’s intemperate language caught on tape and broadcast repeatedly, it may finally be here. That eventuality always seemed inevitable. The real October surprise is that it took this long. Read | GOP can’t take credit for disowning Trump after years of feeding ‘crazy’: Obama As a sleazequake rattles the foundations of his campaign (revelations delivered daily), the reality is it was always on very shaky ground. The reason for this is that Trump, possibly the richest candidate in US presidential election history, is also the cheapest. Self-funding was a fine mantra for the primaries, driven as they are by partisans. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 14, 2016, 9:09 p.m.

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    ...The wife and two sons of the motel’s owner were taken to hospital with fire-related injuries though he is yet to be located, leading to the belief that the remains of one person found at the site could be his. The results of an autopsy, not yet released, will confirm the identity of the deceased and the cause of death. The Alberta Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) confirmed “there was graffiti damage to property located on the premises of the Bashaw Motor Inn”. Spokesperson Corporal Ronald Bumbry referred to the graffiti and told the Hindustan Times: “Basically, it did contain a racial slur.” However, the RCMP is unwilling to link the fire to that at this stage of the investigation, nor is it releasing information about the nature of the slur. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 14, 2016, 4:24 p.m.

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    ...The project is the result of research that marries materials science and structural engineering to create self-repairing roads that are cost effective, have greater longevity and are sustainable. Banthia, who graduated from IIT-Delhi before moving to Canada 34 years ago, undertook the project under the auspices of the Canada-India Research Center of Excellence IC-IMPACTS, where he is scientific director. In 2014, Banthia’s team selected Thondebavi village for the project after a series of interactions with gram pan ch a ya tm embers and the local community. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 9, 2016, 8:55 a.m.

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    ...It’s a demonstration project in a village about 90 km from Bengaluru and uses advanced materials and technology that could help with enhancing rural road connectivity. The project is the result of research that marries materials science and structural engineering to create self-repairing roads that are cost effective, have greater longevity and are sustainable. Banthia, who graduated from IIT-Delhi before moving to Canada 34 years ago, undertook the project under the auspices of the Canada-India Research Center of Excellence IC-IMPACTS, where he is scientific director. In 2014, his team selected Thondebavi village, after a series of interactions with gram panchayat members and the local community. Based at UBC, the center is focused on research collaboration between Canada and India to develop and implement “community-based solutions to the most urgent needs of each nation”. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 9, 2016, 7:15 a.m.

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    ...New Delhi needs immediate investments of at least $1 trillion to build roads, ports, airports and power stations as it seeks to expand its economy and raise living standards. The government hopes private companies will contribute half the amount. But so far it has struggled to raise enough private money, with at least $10 billion worth of road projects stuck because of difficulty in obtaining land. Many power projects remain unfinished owing to regulatory delays. Canada is only the latest stop on Jaitley’s campaign to raise investments from global cash cows. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 5, 2016, 6:51 a.m.

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    ...New Delhi needs immediate investments of at least $1 trillion to build roads, ports, airports and power stations as it seeks to expand its economy and raise living standards. The government hopes private companies will contribute half the amount. But so far it has struggled to raise enough private money, with at least $10 billion worth of road projects stuck because of difficulty in obtaining land. Many power projects remain unfinished owing to regulatory delays. Canada is only the latest stop on Jaitley’s campaign to raise investments from global cash cows. ...

    hindustantimes on Oct. 4, 2016, 11:48 a.m.