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CSIR NML Recruitment 2022: CSIR- National Metallurgical Laboratory (CSIR NML) has issued the latest notification for the CSIR NML Project Staff recruitment 2022 of Project Staff (Senior Project Associate, Project Associate, Scientific Administrative Assistant, and Project Assistant) Vacancy at 44 Posts in CSIR NML Jobs. Candidates may CSIR NML walk-in Interviews from 2 August 2022 […]

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Undated Black And White Courtesy Photo Of Pulitzer Prize-Winner Diane Seuss. Seuss And Pulitzer Finalist Mai Der Vang Will Present A Virtual Program Aug. 16, 2022, In Friends Of The Hennepin County Library'S Talk Of The Stacks Series, Presented By Mineapolis-Based Graywolf Press, The Poets' Publisher.

GRAYWOLF PULITZER POETRY CELEBRATION

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Graywolf Press honors their authors Diane Seuss, winner of the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in poetry for “frank: sonnets,” and Mai Der Vang, Pulitzer finalist for her collection “Yellow Rain”, in a free virtual event at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, presented by Friends of the Hennepin County Library’s Talk of the Stacks. They will discuss their work with Jeff Shotts, executive editor at the Minneapolis-based literary press.

Seuss’ collection transforms the sonnet form into autobiography, telling the story of Suess’ working-class childhood in rural Michigan, the dangerous allures of New York City and back again. Her topics range from thought and time to poetry and punk, AIDS and addiction, Christ and motherhood. She is a teacher and writer-in-residence at Kalamazoo College in Michigan.

Mai Der Vang’s “Yellow Rain” is about how Hmong refugees, abandoned by the U.S. at the end of the war in Vietnam, recounted stories of a mysterious substance that fell from American planes during the people’s escape from Laos, causing illness and death. She teaches creative writing at California State University-Fresno.

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For information about how to attend this program via Zoom go to supporthclib.org/calendar-events.

JEFFREY D. NELSON discusses “What Should I Do? A Family Physician Discusses Abortion, Religious Freedom, and Difficult Decisions” with Lori Sturdevant. 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18. In-store. Magers & Quinn, 3038 Hennepin Ave. S., Minneapolis.

JOHN RICHARD SAYLOR presents “Lakes: Their Birth, Life, and Death” in conversation with Jeff Forester. Virtual event. Presented by Magers & Quinn with thanks to Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Advocates. Viewing information: magersandquinn.com.

POETRY NIGHT: With Jeanne Lutz and Athena Kildegaard. 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17. In-store. Magers & Quinn, 3038 Hennepin Ave. S., Minneapolis.

SARA WOSTER discusses “Painting Can Save Your Life” with Amy Thielen. In-store. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, Magers & Quinn, 3038 Hennepin Ave. S., Minneapolis.

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Minnesota State Poet Laureate Gwen Westerman is one of 22 poet laureates named fellows by the Academy of American Poets, which will give each laureate $50,000. The fellows were chosen on the basis of positive contributions to their communities in these roles and beyond. The money is to be used by the recipients for public poetry programs in the year ahead as presented to the academy by their proposals.

Westerman, the first indigenous Minnesota poet laureate, is the author of “Follow the Blackbirds” (Michigan State University Press, 2013), a poetry collection written in Dakota and English. She teaches American and Native Nations literature, technical communication and humanities at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

In collaboration with the Minnesota Center for the Book, Westerman will use her Fellowship money for Poets in the Park, a program to  engage underserved Minnesota youth in grades five through eight with art and nature through three summer workshops at regional state parks, where students will write poetry about their relationships to the land. She will work with poet Michael Torres and graduate students in the creative writing program at Minnesota State University to bring these young people to inspiring landscapes and encourage them to write poems in English and their home languages on the beauty of the state parks.

In addition to the three workshops, there will be a statewide call for students to write a poem about their favorite state park that will be part of a digital anthology that includes the poems from the summer workshops. The anthology will be published through a free, online resource: MN Writes MN Reads. Poetry in the Parks will be promoted widely through both statewide and local networks.

 

Kathleen Glasgow reports that her novel “Girl in Pieces” has been on the New York Times young adult paperback bestseller list since last October. Her story about a 17-year-old girl who ends up homeless includes a realistic look at a teen who either suffers from or comes in contact with the trauma of self-abuse (cutting), addiction and suicide. Its universal appeal is obvious since it’s been published in 24 countries.

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Ultra-conservatives in Iran, Pakistan and Syria celebrate attack on Rushdie

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Ultra-Conservatives In Iran, Pakistan And Syria Celebrate Attack On Rushdie

Eghtesad Salem, a conservative news site, published a column saying the attack sent a clear message to US officials. He said they would be hunted for the assassination of Iran’s top general, Qassim Suleimani, who died in a US airstrike in January 2020.

The front page of the Iranian newspaper Vatan-e-Emrooz, which read — Knife in the neck of Salman Rushdie: renegade author attacked in western New York. Image Courtesy: vatanemrooz.ir

New Delhi: The assailant who attacked British author Salman Rushdie at a literary event at the Chautauqua Institution in New York on Friday has been identified as Hadi Matar, 24, of Fairview, New Jersey, by police. He was arrested at the scene and awaiting arraignment.

Matar was born a decade after “The Satanic Verses” was published. The motive for the attack is unclear, State Police Maj. Eugene Staniszewski said.

Iran, Syria and Pakistan celebrate

Meanwhile, as the world continues to try to come to terms with the attack and the message it sends to artists, writers and supporters of creative freedom, Iran’s ultra-conservative newspaper Kayhan on Saturday hailed the attacker who attacked British author Salman Rushdie, the target of a 1989 Iranian fatwa calling for his death.

The Bullet Won't Stop Until It Hits Its Target Ultraconservatives In Iran Pakistan Syria Celebrate Attack On Rushdie

The front pages of the August 13 edition of the Iranian newspapers, Vatan-e Emrooz, front, with the headline in Farsi: “Knife in the neck of Salman Rushdie”, and Hamshahri, back, with the headline: “Attack on a Satanic Verses writer,” are pictured in Tehran on Saturday August 13, 2022. AP

Rushdie was on a fan after being stabbed at a literary event in New York state on Friday, more than 30 years after going into hiding following the fatwa of former Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini .

“Congratulations to this courageous and duty-conscious man who attacked the apostate and depraved Salman Rushdie in New York,” writes the newspaper, whose leader is appointed by the current Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

“Let us kiss the hands of the one who tore the neck of the enemy of God with a knife”, adds the daily.

With the exception of reformist publications whose Etemadthe majority of Iranian media followed a similar line, describing Rushdie as an “apostate”.

Government supporters hailed the stabbings, saying it is Khomeini’s fatwa finally materializing after 33 years. Some said they hoped the author, who was knighted in 2007 in Britain “for services to literature”, died following the brutal attack.

Others warned that those seen as enemies of the Islamic Republic would suffer the same fate as him.

A quote from Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s current leader, was reportedly shared online with him saying the fatwa against Rushdie was “fired like a bullet that won’t stop until it reaches his target”.

The Daily mail reports, Iran’s conservative pundit Keyvan Saedy said on Twitter: “This deserves congratulations: God willing, we will soon celebrate Salman Rushdie going to hell.”

Hossein Saremi, a conservative social media activist, added that a “lion” beat Rushdie and that the attacker was part of the “soldiers of Islam without borders”. He wrote: “Revenge may be delayed, but it will inevitably come”.

A senior adviser to Iran’s nuclear negotiating team, Seyed Mohammad Marandi, said he would not shed a tear for the writer ‘who unleashes endless hatred and contempt for Muslims and Islam “.
Several accounts affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards, which Matar was reportedly sympathetic to, openly bragged about the attack.

news from syria posted a message saying, “The order was executed in a place they never thought of. It doesn’t matter if he doesn’t die; it is important that they understand that the battle is not over.

Eghtesad Salem, a conservative news site published a column saying the attack sent a clear message to US officials. He said they would be hunted for the assassination of Iran’s top general, Qassim Suleimani, who died in a US airstrike in January 2020.

Majid Motamedi wrote: “The execution of the order to assassinate Salman Rushdie 33 years after it was issued sends a message to US officials that they must fear revenge from Iran against General ‘Qassim Suleimani, until their death, even if revenge takes 33 years.’

However, Iranian authorities have yet to make any official comment on the stabbing attack on Rushdie.

In Pakistan a Dawn journalist Ali Waqar came out in favor of Matar. He tweeted:

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SANTA CLARA (KPIX) — San Francisco 49ers fans weren’t disappointed with the energy at Levi’s Stadium for Friday night’s preseason opener.

Many said they were proud to be born as Faithful Niners.

“We were raised two blocks from Candlestick Park, for 25 years. We used to sell our garage and parking spaces to all the Candlesticks – all the 49ers fans,” said Saga Vae of San Francisco. “We are here, we share the blessings.”

“We were just here to support the Niners. We’re from the city of San Francisco. We just gotta represent our home team! You gotta show it. We just show them what the Bay Area is,” said Jojo Vae from San Francisco.

The preseason opener was also about eating game day favorites, sporting the red and gold and starting them young.

“Our tradition started last year just after they started letting people back into games and we got hooked on it,” said Shaleek Finley who takes his 6-year-old son Elisha to the games.

Elisha had the chance to do some kid-friendly training drills before the doors opened.

That’s when KPIX cameras caught eager fans running up the stairs to enter Levi’s Stadium.

“The first pre-season game we put out – we just wanted to know what Trey Lance looked like. So far we’ve been looking great,” Pittsburg boss Tagaloa said.

“We rode an hour and a half just to be here today and we are delighted to sit closer to the peloton today,” said Araceli Ramirez of Manteca.

Even Green Bay Packers fans like Modesto’s Janny Guzman brought their little ones to make memories.

When asked what it was like to be in the minority, Guzman replied, “We keep walking. Smiling.”

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White House condemns ‘reprehensible’ attack on Salman Rushdie: ‘This act of violence is appalling’

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Salman Rushdie Was Stabbed Multiple Times Before A Speech At The Chautauqua Institution In Chautauqua, New York, On Friday.

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The White House said Friday it found author Salman Rushdie’s stabbing “reprehensible” and Biden administration officials are praying for his recovery.

Rushdie was stabbed multiple times before a speech at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, New York, on Friday. The assailant allegedly rushed to the scene and stabbed him in the neck. Rushdie undergoes surgery at a local hospital.

“Today the country and the world witnessed a reprehensible attack on writer Salman Rushdie,” White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said in a statement. “This act of violence is appalling. All of us in the Biden-Harris administration pray for his speedy recovery.”

NY POLICE IDENTIFY MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY STAB SALMAN RUSHDIE

Salman Rushdie was stabbed multiple times before a speech at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, New York, on Friday.
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“We are grateful to the good citizens and first responders for helping Mr. Rushdie so quickly after the attack and to law enforcement for their quick and efficient work, which continues,” he continued.

A state trooper assigned to the event at Chautauqua Institution took the suspect, identified as 24-year-old Hadi Matar, into custody immediately after the attack, state police said. New York. The event moderator also suffered a minor head injury.

Andrew Wylie, an agent for Rushdie, told The New York Times that the writer was on a ventilator and unable to speak.

SALMAN RUSHDIE’S DAGGER COMES 33 YEARS AFTER FATWA ISSUED ON HIS LIFE BY IRAN

The Assailant Allegedly Rushed To The Scene And Stabbed Rushdie In The Neck.

The assailant allegedly rushed to the scene and stabbed Rushdie in the neck.
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“The news is not good,” Wylie said. “Salman is likely to lose an eye; the nerves in his arm have been severed; and his liver has been stabbed and damaged.”

Rushdie lived under threat of a fatwa on his life after Iranian Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini condemned his book, “The Satanic Verses,” as blasphemy in 1989 and called for the author’s death. The book was also banned in Iran. A fatwa is a decree from an Islamic religious leader.

Iran has offered over $3 million to anyone who kills Rushdie.

Rushdie Lived Under The Threat Of A Fatwa On His Life After Iranian Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini Condemned His Book,

Rushdie lived under threat of a fatwa on his life after Iranian Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini condemned his book, “The Satanic Verses,” as blasphemy in 1989 and called for the author’s death.
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The Iranian government has since backed away from Khomeini’s decree, but Rushdie has always faced opposition. A semi-official Iranian religious foundation raised a bounty for Rushdie in 2012 of $2.8 million to $3.3 million.

Fox News’ Adam Sabes and Andrew Mark Miller contributed to this report.

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Suspect in Salman Rushdie stabbing has shown sympathy for Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ causes: report

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By PTI August 13, 2022, 2:33 PM IST (Released)

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Rushdie, who faced Islamist death threats for years after writing ‘The Satanic Verses,’ was stabbed on stage Friday while performing at the Chautauqua Institution event in West New York.

The 24-year-old man detained for stabbing controversial Mumbai-born author Salman Rushdie was supportive of ‘Shia extremism’ and the causes of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, according to a media report .

Rushdie, who faced Islamist death threats for years after writing ‘The Satanic Verses,’ was stabbed on stage Friday while performing at the Chautauqua Institution event in West New York.

New York State Police have identified the suspect as Hadi Matar of Fairview, New Jersey, while the motive for the act is still unknown. The suspect ran onto the stage before a conference at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua and attacked 75-year-old Rushdie.

According to the police, the author was stabbed “at least once in the neck and at least once in the abdomen”. Rushdie’s interviewer was also attacked during the incident and suffered a minor head injury, police said.

Authorities were still researching Matar’s nationality and criminal record, if any. A preliminary review of Matar’s social media accounts by law enforcement showed he was sympathetic to Shia extremism and Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) causes, an official told NBC News. law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the investigation.

Although there are no direct links between Matar and the IRGC, law enforcement agents reportedly found images of slain commander Qassem Solemani and an Iraqi extremist sympathizing with the Iranian regime in a cell phone messaging belonging to Matar, according to NBC News.

Soleimani was a senior Iranian military officer who served in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from 1998 until his assassination in 2020.

Rushdie’s book The Satanic Verses has been banned in Iran since 1988 because many Muslims consider it offensive to Islam.

The author spent around 10 years under police protection in the UK, living in hiding after the late Iranian leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, issued a fatwa calling for Rushdie’s execution. A bounty of more than $3 million has been offered to anyone who kills Rushdie, who has been a prominent spokesperson for free speech and liberal causes.

Since 2000, Rushdie has lived in the United States. Rushdie was introduced around 10:45 a.m. when the assault happened, CNN quoted a witness as saying. The witness said he heard screams in the audience. He said a man in a black shirt appeared to be “hitting” the author. The witness, who was 75 feet from the scene, did not hear the attacker say anything or see a weapon.

Some people in the audience ran to lend a hand while others tackled the attacker, the witness said. State police said a doctor who was in the audience at the event helped Rushdie until help arrived.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul told reporters on Friday that a state trooper “got up and saved (Rushdie’s) life and protected him and the moderator who was also attacked. “.

A witness to the attack told CNN there were no security searches or metal detectors during the event. The suspect in Friday’s attack had a “pass to access the grounds,” Chautauqua Institution president Dr. Michael E Hill said at the press conference. Customers can purchase passes to attend the programs, Hill said.

Hill defended the institution’s measures, saying: “We assess for each event what we think is the appropriate level of security, and this was certainly the one we thought was important, which is why we had a presence of State Trooper and Sheriff there,” he said. . Staniszewski said there was no indication of a threat to the event and the state trooper was there because the event was a mass gathering and at the request of the institution.

Joyce Lussier, 83, who was in the second row of the amphitheater during the attack, said Rushdie had taken his place on the right side of the stage when suddenly a man who appeared to be all in black “wobbled across the stage and I got Rushdie.” “They caught him right away, he didn’t come off stage at all,” Lussier said of the suspect. “Soon after, the crowd was asked to evacuate,” she added.

Another witness, a longtime Chautauqua resident who asked not to be identified, recalled a commotion on stage and a man making about seven to 10 stabbing motions in the direction of the author, who was half standing. She said she fled the outdoor amphitheater “shaking like a leaf” in fear.

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BEST INSTITUTE OF BARMULLA : RTIT BARMULLA

BEST INSTITUTE OF BARAMULLA: Right Track Institute of Technology is No. 1 education institute in Baramulla. institute was established in 2012 and has been running under “NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ELCTRONICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY” (NIELIT) Govt. Of India formerly “DOEACC SOCIETY” New Delhi under Accreditation No. 03326. And is also registered by STATE Government and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

Mr. Shabir Ahmad Potoo (MCOM, MBA, PGDFM, DCA) is the founder of the RIGHT TRACK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

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The main motive behind the establishment of this institute was to provide skill development and job oriented courses like TALLY, CAD (Civil Engineering), GST, INCOME TAX, COMPUTER COURSES, ENGLISH SPEAKING COURSES, PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT COURSES, HOME APPLIANCES ENGINEERING COURSES etc. The institute administration has worked hand in hand to take the institution to new heights of excellence in the field of information technology. We as an organization is known for providing computer and vocational education in rural areas with economic costing in small villages and towns. “RTIT” is providing technical education, which is required in every step of life, age and workplace. Our well-trained staff is ready to teach such a practical education which is needed to a student, housewife, a businessman, retire person, employee, self-employed, farmer, uneducated person etc. We are generating employment opportunities for trained and skilled people who do not have a formal school certificate. We are also running courses to empower unskilled women for their economic and social upliftment. “RTIT” is committed to serve the community with full focus on integrity, performance, value and social satisfaction. We aim to meet the changing needs & aspirations of our society with the earnest obligation, dutiful allegiance and dedication. “RTIT” caters the training needs of prospective aspirants at various levels. Although there are a number of training institutions in valley but “RTIT” aims to produce quality learners blooming like flowers carrying the aroma of freshness of their ideas and creativity where ever they go.

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Right Track Institute Of Technology has realized that only literacy does not solve the purpose because there are hundreds & thousands of educated unemployed youth who are not able to grab a job due to inadequate guidance and insufficient counseling. Hence “RTIT” has taken up this new challenge to cater to such needs. Our main focus and top priority is to emphasize on career oriented courses that will fulfill this need.

we are happy to mention here that around thousands of our students are trained students are placed world-wide.

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