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unpolluted water and non-depleted earth as the fundamental right. The paper enumerates different parameters of a healthy city as part of the concluding work of the international conference on healthy cities organised by BNCA The paper was also presented to Pune Muncipal Commissioner Mahesh Zagade during the closing ceremony of the conference The document enumerates a number of determinants of the health city including its identitywell-beingequityparticipationaccesspluralityvitalityprogressionsafety-security and productivity Besides recognising the fresh air and unpolluted water as the fundamental rightit also emphasised factoring in of the potentialneeds and unique conditions of each city rather than adopting a generalised and standard model of development The paper also sought to put a check on unlimited growth and spread of human activity in the natural eco-systemsprotection of agricultural land and its quality and debarring its conversion into any other use The paper also put an emphasis on involvement of government in the provision of shelter and basic facilities for a liveable environment to the poorest of citizens? 2011 2:08 am Related News The Rural Development department has terminated the services of three persons working under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act in Idar taluka of Sabarkantha district on grounds of anomalies. 3. there is pressure on them and that is the reason? So what if the rest of us are going for the 1st time, For all the latest Sports News,according to officials,while most other tourists went out sightseeing and cheering for their countries during sports events, AFP Chautala,Waiting for Pakistan?the Pakistani establishment must recognise that trade liberalisation with India could revive the country from the depths of economic collapse Stagflation is a bigger concern in Pakistan than in India When both have agreed to lower tariffs with other nationsit makes sense to avoid protectionism with each other Trading directly will not only make things cheaperbut will also do away with the trip via UAE that only perpetuates middlemen Sudipta Das Kolkata Escape crossfire * India can no longer afford to be a fence-sitter in the confrontation between Israel and Iran We must deliver a stern message that Indias territorial sovereignty is inviolable This is one conflict which will summon Indias diplomatic and pragmatic skills in what is going to be a strategic tightrope walk Our government must do all it can to avoid being caught in the crossfire Manas Panda New Delhi Caught in a triangle * The attack on the Israeli embassys car couldnt have succeeded without local support Israel is Indias important friend in the field of security and Iran in oil India has to handle this situation very carefully India can ignore neither They cannot ignore India either Hansraj Bhat Mumbai Play catch-up * In No need to envy China (IEFebruary 14)all the points stated are minuscule in comparison to Chinas truly enviable growth Like Chinas autocracyour democracy too has flaws Anjaneesh P Singh Lucknow Lead the change * The political situation in the Maldives is a challenge to peace and security in the region While Indias position traditionally is to not interfere in the internal affairs of a countryother big nations like the US and the UK have not shown any inclination to influence the current events India should take the lead to redeem democracy in the island nation and to ensure that a government comes to power through free and fair elections C Koshy John Pune Public property * It has been reported that during the political upheaval in the Maldivespre-Islamic art in the National Museum has been damaged by suspected Islamist extremists The UNESCO should look into it RJ Khurana Bhopal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Murtaza Razvi | Published: April 20 2012 3:06 am Related News Mending fences with India can disarm hawks within and outside Pakistan army Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardaris recent unofficial trip to India was a win-win story in Pakistannot least because despite the personal nature of the visitthe Indian prime ministerManmohan Singhextended him a courtesy meeting The meeting also indicated that a thaw in troubled bilateral relations may well be in the offing That the spokesman of the Indian foreign ministryin his post-meeting briefing to the mediamentioned Kashmir alongside the Mumbai attacks among the outstanding issues between the nuclear rivalscame as brownie points for the Pakistani sidewhich did not even bother to give its official version of the Zardari-Singh dialogue Even Nawaz SharifZardaris sworn nemesishad nothing but praise for the visit With a smilehe told cameramen that Zardari had done a great job by going to India and meeting Singh A businessmanall for removing trade barriers and building commercial interests on both sidesSharif sincerely believes that the creation of such positive vested interests between Pakistani and Indian businesses would go a long way in normalising soured relations And sure enougha new business visa regime is in the workswhich will be announced after the secretary-level talks to be held soon Pakistan has inaugurated a second trade gate at the Wagah-Attari borderwith a network of motorways constructed around Lahore from Wagah to reach the south-bound national highway and the north- and west-bound motorways to Peshawar and Faisalabadthe latter being Pakistans textile capital The Punjab government has also completed an eight-lane highway to the Ganda Singh Wala border near Kasur40 km southeast of Lahore and across the Sutlej to Ferozepur in India This is also linked to the motorway network and was made keeping in mind the possibility of opening that border once trade is liberalised EarlierSinghs offer to transmit up to 5000 MW power to the energy-starved west Punjab in particular was a gesture that was widely welcomed in Pakistan The national grids shortfallwhich covers Khyber-PakhtunkhwaBalochistanSindh and Punjabis touching the precise 5000 MW figure Pakistan has accepted the offer with much gratitude Such confidence-building measureswhose fruits the public will reap directlywill help the democratic government at the Centre and particularly in Punjabfrom where the army draws much of its muscle powerpull the rug from under the feet of anti-India extremists Rogue elements in the armytoowho may have sympathy for the likes of Hafiz Saeedwill be forced to look the other way because the army as an institution never acts against public sentiment in Pakistan The strengthening of India-Pakistan relationsdespite many unresolved issues between themcan work wonders for redefining Pakistans national security prerogatives over the medium to long term If progress continues to be made in bilateral relationsthe ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) can rightly claim credit for it in what is now virtually an election year in Pakistan For Zardari personallythis has been a year of high achievementdespite his government having been in the dock with a rather activist supreme court He has not only managed to survive even while virtually defying SC orders by refusing to implement many court decisionsbut has also made enduring political gains for his party by securing last month a majority in the senatethe upper house of the parliamentwhose term will run out three years hencethat isat least two years after the next election The senate mandate has also put a damper on the oppositions campaign to demand an earlier election This gives the PPP quite a breather Even if Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is convicted by the SC for his refusal to write to the Swiss authorities to open investigations against Zardaris bank accountsallegedly filled with ill-gotten wealththe PPP can either nominate a new PM in his stead or call fresh electionsclaiming political victimisationthis time by a court that is increasingly seen as taking an interventionist posture The army is too engrossed with the American endgame in Afghanistan and with how revamped US-Pakistan relations shape up to get directly involved in politicsor for that matterworry too much about the democratic government mending fences with India If there is an opportunity to move swiftly with improving relations with India all these years after the failed Musharraf-Vajpayee Agra summitit is now Both Zardari and Sharif are cognizant of this opportunity It is only nascent entrants in politics like Imran Khan who opposed Zardaris India visitciting flimsy reasons such as army troops being buried alive under an avalanche at Siachen while the president undertook that visit The criticism was wisely downplayed by the media even as Imran remains their darlingostensibly because the public showed little appetite for such criticism To be seen to be mending fences with Indiashowing to the electorate that it works for their own good and thus garnering popular supportcan disarm the hawks within and outside the Pakistan armyand ensure the strengthening of the democratic process in Pakistan especially when the ruling and a major opposition party are on the same page on India-Pakistan ties With eyes set on a possible breakthrough in relations with India and on the partys prospects beyond the electionZardari had a good reason for thanksgiving at Ajmer No brownie points for guessing what he wants next from the Khwaja Murtaza Razviwho was found dead in Karachi on April 19was an editor at Dawn.

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