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Based on demand,above Rs 5, But if that’s the case, The council recommends that the European Union set up a certification scheme for biofuel producers,Sector 26, Srivastava added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: November 26 2017 12:00 am Word of our own: Children can read to each other and discover a plethora of stories at the community library in Sheikh Sarai (Source: Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News In 2007 I started volunteering at the Ramditti JR Narang Deepalaya school in Sheikh Sarai Phase I New Delhi It was a dusty school on a narrow dusty lane but the principal and staff welcomed my weekly visits and it was an interesting change from my job at the American Embassy School I always left the building feeling cleaner than when I entered In 2008 my partner Mridula Koshy joined me and we started a book club and a library-in-a-bag that years later would grow into The Community Library Project — a trust which has helped start community libraries in Delhi and several other states We also collaborate with the NGOs Deepalaya and Agrasar to run two community libraries of our own What we have since learned from the children of street vendors day labourers kabadiwalas and drivers is that material poverty is not a marker of intellectual poverty; working-class children in Delhi are as intelligent as any group of children anywhere But we’ve also been reminded of something else: though all people think about interesting things in interesting ways thinking through books is not as natural as it may seem to those of us who grew up surrounded by books and by people who love to read them This is important because thinking through books is one of the most powerful kinds of thinking humans do It allows us access to the best ideas our species has come up with from literature to philosophy to physics Access to this thinking helps us understand ourselves and the world we live in making us more powerful and compassionate members of our communities However we meet a lot of people who are sceptical about the future of libraries in Delhi A World Bank official recently told one of our volunteers that our project would never make real change because libraries like ours are not “scalable and replicable” Now this official may know a great deal about international finance but clearly he knows little about libraries The history of public libraries all over the world makes one thing clear: libraries are nothing if they are not “scalable and replicable” The wealthy countries that fund the World Bank all have solid public library systems and so do many countries that receive World Bank assistance Closer to home Kerala’s literacy movement grew alongside its library movement and the thinking made possible by those movements is part of the reason Kerala leads the way when it comes to so many measures of human development With close to two crore residents Delhi should ideally have a thousand or more libraries The three dozen or so branches of the Delhi Public Library combined with the handful of community libraries run by NGOs like ours are just drops of rain in a large desert More libraries can only come with proper commitment on the part of government bodies NGOs and civic groups all over the NCR But big cities can make big things happen and our experience shows that low-cost libraries can and do work: if you build them well and run them right readers will come (Source: Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal) At the Community Library Project we strive to be three things: a model a laboratory and a challenge We’re a model because we’ve proven that even in the age of social media books have not lost their appeal: libraries can be as successful in working class Delhi communities as they are in wealthy Western cities At our main branch we’ve grown from a couple of dozen active members to over a thousand in under three years and we typically issue 500 books a week But we didn’t turn hundreds of children into independent readers by accident We did it because we are a laboratory: we’ve taken lessons learned by librarians and teachers all over the world and adapted them to the communities we work in For example we’ve known from the start that children reading to children teaches them that books hold interesting stories And we’ve always known that read-alouds also teach something all good readers know: reading deeply requires us to infer predict connect question and analyse — in other words reading is an act of thinking Over the years we’ve seen many children re-examine their ideas about friendship religion and Partition by reading and discussing books like Nina Sabnani’s Mukand and Riaz and Leo Lionni’s Tillie and the Wall And Mariam Karim Ahlawat’s Putul and the Dolphins has challenged our ideas about duality and nature So literature makes us think about new things but it also challenges us to think about old things in new ways We have also learned that read-alouds have a special significance in the communities we serve: they act as a bridge between the rich social traditions of storytelling and independent reading which can seem like a difficult lonely thing to do until you’ve learned to do it well By teaching members to read aloud to each other we’ve seen a new kind of storytelling develop as children learn to share the stories they find in books with their friends and siblings In this library-laboratory of ours we’ve learned other crucial things too For example data from our summer Hindi reading fluency programmes shows that although many students in Delhi can read few can read very well Much of this is because Delhi students are not given access to books or time to read and reading like riding a bicycle takes practice In our summer programmes we’ve seen impressive growth in reading proficiency by using methods that would be simple and easy to implement — if schools had the will and the books to do so And that’s why we are a challenge We’ve learned how to make low-cost high quality libraries work in Delhi Now we have to ask: what is Delhi waiting for Michael Creighton volunteers as the curriculum coordinator of The Community Library Project For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Published: October 31 2016 3:22 pm The telecom companies had given a 100-day roadmap to the government in June to improve the call drop situation Top News Many telecom service providers have executed the 100-day plan to tackle the call drop menace and achieved positive results Rajan S Mathews Director General Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) said on Monday “Many of the operators have executed the 100-day plan There is substantial reduction in call drop problem now” Mathews told IANS ahead of Communications Minister Manoj Sinha’s November 1 meeting with CEOs of telecom companies to take stock of the call drop issue “But problems still remain in some areas like Lutyens’ Delhi south Delhi and some other places” he added Earlier Telecom Secretary JS Deepak said the sectoral regulator — Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) — has informed that there has been a substantial improvement in the call drop situation “We had a meeting in June they (telecom service providers) gave us a 100-day plan There has been we believe from TRAI figures lot of improvement in call drops There were 54 networks which were not performing up to the standard in December 2015 and now it is down to only 19” Deepak added The telecom companies had given a 100-day roadmap to the government in June to improve the call drop situation “They assured us that the target for the 100-day programme as committed to the (telecom) secretary will be met They indicated that from the beginning of June 10 (when the 100-day programme started) there will be addition of around 60000 BTS (base transceiver station) in 100 days across the country out of which 48000 have been installed in the first 45 days” Manoj Sinha said on July 25 The service providers have committed an investment of Rs 12000 crore for installing 60000 BTS to address the situation by arresting call drops For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Seoul/new York | Updated: September 10 2016 1:22 pm Samsung has officially stopped sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after reports of battery explosion (Source: AP) Top News A US government safety agency on Friday urged all consumers to stop using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones which are prone to catch fire and top airlines globally banned their use during flights Following reports that the phones’ batteries have combusted during charging and normal use the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said it was working on an official recall of the devices and that users should turn them off in the meantime Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it was working with the agency It voluntarily issued a recall last week for 10 markets including the United States and it was expediting shipments of replacement phones to customers The US government action heralds more fallout for the South Korean manufacturer which may take a financial hit from the recall and lose customers who are concerned about the quality of its flagship phones For Samsung which prides itself on manufacturing prowess the scale of the recall is expected to be unprecedented Some 25 million of the premium devices have been sold worldwide the company has said Its shares closed down 39 percent on Friday Samsung said users in the United States can exchange their phones for one of several models and receive a $25 gift card “The cost of the recall is going to be astronomical” said product liability expert and chief executive officer of Real-World Forensic Engineering Jahan Rasty “They have to compensate people fix the problem and give them a revised version of the product that doesn’t have the same manufacturing or design defect “The longer this story lingers the more it will etch itself in people’s minds” he said AIRLINE BANS One pain point is that the devices are now off limits in a typically high-use setting: aboard planes Aviation authorities and airlines from North America to Europe and Asia have issued bans or guidance on the phones On Thursday the US Federal Aviation Administration said travelers should not use or charge them while in the air or stow them in checked luggage That prompted the world’s three largest airlines by passenger traffic – American Delta and United – to start telling passengers at the gate and on board aircraft to keep the phones switched off until they deplane While experts say the bans may be tough for airlines to enforce they nonetheless may deter would-be customers of the Note 7 in addition to annoying existing customers That’s because airlines have increasingly made movies and TV shows available free for streaming on smart devices in flight to avoid the cost of installing new screens on seat-backs For now Note 7 customers are cut off from this entertainment This is “a huge black eye for Samsung” TECHnalysis Research President Bob O’Donnell said Also Read:After US caution DGCA bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on-boardaircraft Companies ranging from Singapore Airlines Ltd and Qantas Airways Ltd to Air France KLM SA have instituted similar bans on the device They are the latest in ongoing efforts in the airline industry to manage the use of lithium-ion batteries which are known to combust and are used in many devices from phones and laptops to toys Top airlines banned hoverboards during the Christmas holiday season in 2015 Earlier this year the UN’s aviation agency prohibited shipments of lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger planes Also See:Samsung reveals what caused battery overheating in Galaxy Note7 A January report from the FAA said at least 171 incidents of smoke fire extreme heat or explosion involving batteries have occurred since 1991 In some instances they have caused emergency landings as when a camera short-circuited and started a small fire in the overhead bin of an American Airlines flight in September 2013 Injuries were rare the report said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top News The next major production to look forward to now.