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Rodrigues had issued orders against these operators after the media widely exposed violations by these operatorswho were running guesthouses under the garb of B&B accommodations Subsequentlythe Administration had constituted a team of officialswhich inspected each and every B&B accommodation in the city and submitted a report around two months ago After listing numerous violationsthe team had recommended that the entire scheme be scrapped and reintroduced Barring a few accommodationsthe team had found most operators flouting norms The violations highlighted by the team included:* More rooms being rented out than the prescribed limit of five* More money being charged for food* Residential property being misused for commercial activity* Hiring of staff for managing these rooms* Possibility of the owners/ users of the scheme not informing the authorities about the source of income* Possibility of the owners/ users not informing the police about the staff employed* No uniformity in record* Renting out rooms for long periods a month in some cases* Allowing foreigners to stay for long durations without their passport details For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBig fan Newt Gingrich has been talking up science on the campaign trail but he’s had a rocky relationship with the scientific community Newt 2012 It’s safe to say that only one leading presidential contender has ever boasted of debating Tyrannosaurus Rex’s eating habits with a leading paleontologist of reading Science and Nature while serving in the House of Representatives and of discussing brain science with some of the leading lights of that field Indeed former House Speaker Newt Gingrich—who faces a make-or-break vote tomorrow in Florida’s Republican presidential primary — may be the best informed and most outspoken science booster to make a serious run for the White House since Vice President Al Gore talked up climate change and computing research during his ultimately unsuccessful 2000 campaign Just because Gingrich loves science however doesn’t mean that researchers and science policy wonks necessarily love Gingrich Indeed Gingrich has a long and complicated relationship with the science community marked by equal measures of flattered delight and bewildered anxiety Delight because he appears to know and care so much Who else has carried a microchip and a vacuum tube in his pocket for impromptu lectures on the history of technology taken time out from a hectic campaign schedule to visit labs at leading research universities and loudly called for doubling federal spending on science Anxiety because his political ambitions have often helped fuel policy positions that many scientists consider anathema Those stances include championing the 1994 Contract With America that produced Republican plans for deep cuts in federal R&D spending and political flip-flops that have questioned the reliability of climate science and appeared to endorse the teaching of creationism in schools Just two days ago Gingrich added stem-cell research to that list of reversals while campaigning in Florida saying he would ban all embryonic stem-cell research including studies involving discarded embryos created by in vitro fertilization In 2006 however he told Discover Magazine "I would not seek to ban research on stem cells in fertility clinics" That dichotomy is part of Gingrich’s the-future-is-now political style says Sherwood Boehlert a Republican from New York who served in the House of Representatives from 1983 to 2007 and was chair of the House Committee on Science Space and Technology from 2001 to 2007 "Newt is one of the brightest and most articulate people I’ve been associated with in my whole life" he says noting that he backed Gingrich’s rise through his party’s leadership in the 1990s because he believed (correctly) that the fiery Georgian could help Republicans retake the body after decades of Democrat rule But Boehlert adds "Newt is the ultimate pragmatist He’ll do and say today what is necessary to say and do today to accomplish what he wants and tomorrow he’ll say and do something entirely different" Gingrich’s shifting positions on climate change – from cautious skeptic in the late 1980s to believer in the late 2000s to skeptic again during the current campaign—are a prime example Boehlert says That flip-flop hasn’t made Boehlert happy; he says Gingrich and the other Republican candidates "need to acknowledge the reality of climate change" And it has irritated numerous climate scientists—including Katharine Hayhoe of Texas Tech University in Lubbock who learned last month that Gingrich had spiked a chapter on climate change that she had written for one of his upcoming books "So much ‘spare’ time wasted" she tweeted after getting the news Gingrich’s double-edged nature was also on full display in 1995 after his party’s victory in congressional elections made him what many regarded as the most powerful politician in Washington The Contract With America for example called for cutting federal spending and House Republicans that May produced a budget plan that called for sweeping cuts in federal spending on basic and applied science Soon after that vote however Gingrich privately met with a handful of key legislators "to urge them not to sacrifice science to pay for other programs" Science’s Andrew Lawler reported at the time "Gingrich was concerned there was the mistaken impression that science was not a priority that it was okay to go ahead and cut it" a Gingrich aide told Lawler Two months later Gingrich and his close ally Robert Walker then head of the House science committee intervened again to prevent the powerful House Appropriations Committee from making deep cuts in NASA’s space science programs The compromise however called for slashing environmental monitoring programs instead Another recurrent Gingrich theme is the need to "shake up" NASA including having the agency offer prizes to spur new aerospace technologies It also applies to sending humans to Mars without resorting to a massively expensive federally funded program—an idea that has resurfaced during the Florida campaign Gingrich has said his efforts during the budget fights of the late 1990s highlight his support for science But such moves did little to endear Gingrich to top science officials in the Clinton Administration "He’s smart but not very wise" says John "Jack" Gibbons who served as President Bill Clinton’s science advisor from 1993 to 1998 "He always felt that he knew enough science that he didn’t need any help But he has limits on his ability to know what he doesn’t know and he never felt comfortable with the scientific community or the process of science . and he is so unpredictable" Gibbons says the Administration’s relationship with Gingrich reached a nadir after he compared Gingrich’s 1995 decision to shut down Congress’s Office of Technology Assessment (a science advice bureau for lawmakers that Gibbons once ran) to a medieval book burning Gingrich’s relationships with other scientists however have been cozier A huge fan of zoos Gingrich has coauthored books on conservation and environmental issues with psychobiologist Terry Maples who ran zoos in Atlanta and Palm Beach Florida He’s spent time in the field digging up dinosaur bones with paleontologist John "Jack" Horner of Montana State University in Bozeman and even spent several hours debating T rex’s eating habits with Horner as a fundraiser for a museum (As Speaker of the House from 1995 to 1999 Gingrich famously kept a T rex skull on loan from the Smithsonian Institution in his office) Some of his colleagues "are very irritated by a lot of his ideas" Horner says But "he’s an interesting fellow" and "certainly does back science It’s hard to find many people that do" And if Gingrich were elected Horner says "I’m sure that Newt would not hurt science any I think he would be a real asset" Other researchers share that view—and have built bridges to Gingrich in hopes of gaining political advantage In the mid-2000s for example neuroscientists hoped to bolster biomedical research funding by building alliances with industry and Republican lawmakers By that time Gingrich—whose mother suffered from bipolar disease—had resigned from Congress and helped found The Center for Health Transformation (CHT) The center promised to be "a high-impact collaboration of private and public sector leaders committed to creating a 21st Century Intelligent Health System that saves lives and saves money for all Americans" In 2006 the 42000-member Society for Neuroscience (SfN) signed on as a member; in 2007 Gingrich was a featured speaker at its annual conference He also helped organize at least one meeting between neuroscientists and business leaders before the society ended its CHT membership in 2009 SfN officials declined ScienceInsider’s request to discuss the group’s work with CHT In a written statement however Mona Miller senior director of communications and public affairs wrote that Gingrich was "among the diverse bipartisan group of leaders with whom SfN has worked over the past decade on advocacy in support of research … Mr Gingrich has also been catalytic in working to engage the business community in support of basic research investment As part of these efforts Mr Gingrich was invited to speak at the 2007 SfN Annual Meeting in San Diego and helped foster dialogue about research investment within the neuroscience business community" Another facet of Gingrich the science fan includes his frequent shout outs for books written by scientists He’s written glowing reviews of quantum physics tomes for Amazoncom and urged new members of Congress to read Chimpanzee Politics: Power and Sex Among Apes an influential 1982 book by primate researcher Frans B M de Waal of Emory University in Atlanta "I am no Gingrich supporter" de Waal wrote ScienceInsider in an e-mail But he’s impressed by Gingrich’s facility with science and somewhat amused that his book left such an impression on the candidate "Funny story" he writes "At about the same time that Newt Gingrich read Chimpanzee Politics … [former President] Jimmy Carter read my book Peacemaking among Primates Both are local politicians here in Atlanta and I have actually met both Although flattered I have always felt they should have switched books Carter would have benefited from knowing more about Machiavellian power politics and Gingrich could have learned from the peacemaking skills of bonobos and other primates" Now it’s up to voters to decide whether Gingrich will get another chance at power or peacemaking in Washington Written by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: November 11 2010 1:03 pm Related News Is it possible for an actor to be too good There was a moment when it looked that waythanks to Amrita Rao The ‘lost actress’ does not have a bland perfection of classic beauty She is much younger looking in the flesh than on the big screenthe features are boldeyebrows questioning and the mouth forthright “I am not lost Tell everyone that Amrita Rao will be back next year with a bang” she quotes In an industry where fame is often the paramount objectiveit is hard to name another actress who willingly jumped off the A-list busexchanging the glamorous life style with the subtleness of being an artist and not an actor The actor takes up questions with aplombexplaining what the Barjatya brand means for her and her forays into the ad world: Not disappeared It’s a good sign when my well wishers say that I have disappeared It means that they want to see me again I haven’t taken a sabbatical and let me make it clear by quoting’Just a little bit of wait more and you will see me early next year on the big screen’ Love U… Mr Kalakaar I have just about finished my film with the debutant director Manasvi He is a Film Institute graduate His student film got some award and a lot of appreciation That film caught the Barjatya’s eye and the rest you will see in the form of my new film Love U… Mr Kalakaar with Tusshar Kapoor Barjatya Family Working with the Barjatyas isn’t like working in a camp It’s like working with a family It’s like I am back home Passionately yesbut not physicallySooraj Barjatya was involved in every department of Love U… Mr Kalakaar Availability There is always a demand for freshness FortunatelyI have never seen struggle I have never got to go knocking the doors for work Work has always come my way I am programmed in such a way that I would believe in myself and say’I have a certain auraa certain talent and if you need that talent and auraAmrita is available’ Insecurity I am not insecure Most of the actresses who’ve joined the industry are from the same generation But meby the virtue ofhaving started much younger than they didI have the advantage of experience and youth That is my USP as of today Sometimesit’s extremely difficult to find goodnew talent and it’s not only the face and your body It’s a package deal Ad world & Film world My first advert was for Close Up toothpaste The advertising world is much faster pacedmore professional and very hungry for detailing Their online edit is a concept that unfortunately doesn’t exist in Bollywood As I am shooting every frame for the advertthe best takes get joined and they edit the ad film If our editors can take a bit of that from the ad worldwe can cut costs and divulge our new talent to the world Bollywood today Our film industry is currently going through one of the most creatively challenged phase We are giving priority to actors more than scripts We are falling on our faces again and again and the makers aren’t getting the point For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: January 12 2010 4:05 pm Related News Aamir Khan-starrer ‘3 Idiots’ has been watched by more than 60 million people in 19 days since its release on Christmas eve with the blockbuster grossing a whopping Rs 315 croreclaimed the producers of the film Producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra said the film has broken all previous box office records as over 60 million people watched it in theatres and the number still growing “The success of the film proves true Rancho’s mantra: chase excellence and success will follow” he said According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh”3 Idiots is unstoppable Before its release no distributor or trade expert could predict the business of this film” Trade sources said the 2nd week occupancy of ‘3 Idiots’ fell by 28 per cent which was not drastic given the life span of films these days They also said it was after a long time that an Indian film has had a large repeat audience The film has beaten past records to emerge as the new benchmark for an Indian film in the overseas box office too Aamir says the credit for the film’s success should go to the entire team “I am happy to be a part of it” he said “3 Idiots has opened new vistas for the Indian Film Industry The huge response across continents reinforces our belief that a well-madewell-exploited film can still create magic in the darkened auditorium” Amit KhannaChairmanReliance BIG Entertainment said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Islamabad | Published: January 18 2012 6:07 pm Related News Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha kept his date with Zain Ziadaughter of former Pakistan President General Mohammad Zia-ul Haqwith whom he had an emotional meeting here today The special brother-sister relationshipwhich the two have nurtured for the past over 25 yearswas rekindled with a warm get together at the latter’s residence in Islamabad The bond which developed when General Zia was alive continues till datethe ups and downs in Indo-Pak ties notwithstanding Taking time out from the visit of Indian parliamentarians to PakistanSinha accompanied with his BJP colleagues Yashwant Sinha and Syed Shahnawaz Hussain and NCP leader Supriya Sule went to General Zia’s residence to meet his daughterwho regards him as an elder brother “She was very happy after seeing me… she is my darling sister and I love her very much” said the Bollywood actor-turned-BJP leader Zain Zia hosted us warmly and served ‘lajawab’ (delicious) food including biryanifish fry and a lots of vegetarian dishes which she herself had cookedSinha said She enquired about Poonam Sinha and showered praise on their daughter Sonakshi for her performance in the Bollywood hit movie “Dabaang”Sinha popularly known as Shotgun Sinhasaid General Zia’s daughter said she and her family had watched Sonakshi’s debut movie opposite Salman Khan several times “Love and emotional attachment knows no boundary… this is a special relationship of brother-sister between us which is deep rooted unmindful of relationship between the two neighbours” he added BesidesZen Ziaher brother and former Pakistan minister Ijaz-ul-Haq and his family were also present on the occasion For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWe have instructions from the top to terminate contracts of all those found misusing residential property for commercial activities. 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