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“The sugar factories should be paying farmers better that FRP.We had demanded high renumeration of Rs 2400 to Rs 3200 per tonne Why can’t state government enforce” However he indicated that the agitation for the well fare of farmers and not aimed at creating unrest in state However a NCP leader who runs the sugar factory in western Maharashtra said “If we get some subsidy we will pay the farmers Rs 2200 per tonne for sugar But a lot will depend on what is the package from centre” The sugar factories have demanded subsidies upto Rs 500 per tonne of sugar abolition of levy and monthly release quota The state minister Chandrakant Patil said “The package is being worked out in a manner in which it helps both sugar factories as wellas farmers” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Shimla | Published: December 26 2017 8:56 pm Virbhadra Singhsaid during the past year the Congress has tried to ensure a composite development around the state (File photo) Related News Former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Tuesday sent greetings to his successor Jairam Thakur while sounding a note of caution regarding not meeting the expectations of the people despite the popular mandate The new BJP government will take charge on Wednesday and Singh hoped Thakur would remain committed to democratic values and carry forward the state’s development agenda besides doing justice to all sections and regions of the state “I welcome the new innings in the state’s development and transition of power to a party that has got the public mandate to rule As Thakur (Jairam Thakur) is going to assume the reins of the government for the first time I wish him well and hope that the government will live up to expectations of the people in the next five years As he embarks upon a new journey I wish him good luck and pray to God for his bright future” the Congress leader said The six-time CM however said if the new government failed to meet the expectations of the people and promises made it would do injustice to the direct popular mandate it received The BJP bagged 44 seats in the Himachal Pradesh assembly while Congress was reduced to just 21 “Since Jairam Thakur is assuming an important post in the state his accountability to the people will also increase I hope the government will remain dedicated to the welfare of the people and carry forward the development of all the regions in a balanced manner There should not be any discrimination with any region During the past year the Congress has tried to ensure a composite development around the state” Singh asserted For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsDalkey Library in County Dublin is the venue for an exhibition on the life of Fr Willie Doyle SJ the renowned army chaplain who died one hundred years ago on 16 August 1917 in the third Battle of Ypres Fr Doyle was himself a Dalkey native The exhibition opened on 18 July and will remain on display until Friday 18 August Irish Province archivist Fr Fergus O’Donoghue SJ spoke on 20 July at the official launch of the exhibition which is curated by Irish Jesuit Archives One highly attractive feature of the exhibition is the short graphic work by illustrator Alan Dunne entitled ‘A perfect trust’ about Fr Doyle’s experience as a chaplain in the First World War You can see his work here For the centenary of Fr Doyle’s death Damien Burke Archivist with the Irish Jesuit Archives will give a lecture at the Library on Tuesday 15 August 2017 at 630pm Fr Doyle will also be remembered at the church where he was baptised and played the organ the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Dalkey at 10am Mass Wednesday 16 August 2017By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: September 25 2017 4:59 pm Arun Sadhu was 76 Related News Renowned Marathi author and senior journalist Arun Sadhu (75) passed away on Monday at 4 am in Mumbai He was admitted to Sion Hospital where he breathed his last Sadhu was admitted on Sunday in a critical condition and put on ventilator Dr Jayshree Mondkar dean-in-charge of the hospital said: “He was suffering from cardia myopathy” His mortal remains were brought to his Bandra residence Sahityaniwas Prominent personalities from all walks of life paid rich tributes to the author Later the family donated the body to J J Hospital in accordance with his wishes “Arun Sadhu’s novel Sinhasan and Mumbai Dinank are landmark in Marathi literature He wrote on contemporary issues problems of metropolitan life very effectively He guided generations of journalists His demise is sad I offer my deep condolences and share the sorrow of his family and friends” Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said Sadhu who was bestowed the Sahitya Akademi Award had left a lasting impression as an author through his in-depth writing on serious social and political subjects His literary works were always well-researched and he breathed life into all the characters Although every novel he had written received huge accolades it was “Sinhasan” (Throne) which had captured the imagination of his readers for its outstanding plot The novel was based on politics and corruption It highlighted the deep nexus and strong network that co-existed and relations between politicians and trade union leaders and industries It was followed by another great novel titled “Mumbai Dinank” Later both these works became the script for a movie Sadhu also worked in various English language publications including The Statesman and Free Press Journal where he reported on daily events and analysed the socio-economic and political developments in Maharashtra Till recently he continued as a freelancer penning articles for popular Marathi and English dailies Sadhu also served as professor and head of the department of Communication and Journalism at Pune University The Editor-In-Chief of Zee 24 Taas Uday Nirgudkar said: “Today there are very few editors or journalists who can report analyse and speak on the daily happenings in wide range of topics from local politics to international affairs with great authority Arun Sadhu was definitely one amongst them which is depicted through his writings on China Russia to a story on a small boot polish boy in city His writings give insight on international national affairs stretched over decades centuries and millenium He was an encyclopedia on social politics and culture” “A little boy’s journey from a village in Achalpur in Paratwada (Vidarbha) to an editor of an English daily successful author is an extraordinary feat It was on the outcome of intellect and great hard work” Nirgudkar observed From contemporary history to short stories Sadhu has a long list of books Apart from Sinhasan and Mumbai Dainik the other works include Kakasaheb Gadgil Fidel Castro Che Ani Kranti Dragan Jaga Jhalyawar Mukhawata Simhasam Mumbai Dinank Shodyatra Pphot Bahishkurt Trishanku Tisri Kranti While Padgam was a play Glanirbhavati Bharat was a book of short stories He also co-scripted the film on life and works of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar along with Daya Pawar and Sooni Taraporevala “Sadhu was a great mix of creative writing and political philosophy His novel Sinhasan and Mumbai Dinank are a milestone in Marathi literature He was a scholarly writer who came across as warm-hearted human being Though he always moved in literary circles he kept aloof from petty politics and isms” the former editor and political commentator Bharatkumar Raut said Sadhu is survived by his wife Aruna a social activist and two daughters Suvarna and Shefali For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsstate. 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