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That would belittle sentiments and emotions attached with the protests, said Bhave whoalong with Suthankarhas won three international and six national awards We are not eying any award It will be a socially relevant film It will be a way the film fraternity will be contribute to protests?Written by Swasti Chatterjee | Pune | Published: August 28 Francis urged all Colombians to take a “first step” and reach out to one another for the sake of peace and the future.“Peace is what Colombia has been looking for and working for for such a long time” he said “A stable and lasting peace so that we can see one another and treat one another as brothers not as enemies” A year after the Colombian government signed the peace accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC the nation remains bitterly divided over the terms of the deal even as guerrillas have laid down their arms and begun returning to civilian life Even the Catholic Church hierarchy which was instrumental in facilitating the peace talks and is now spearheading the process of reconciliation was divided over what many Colombians saw as the overly generous terms offered to rebels behind atrocities Former President Alvaro Uribe a fierce opponent of the peace deal wrote a letter to the pope Tuesday expressing concern that the deal with the rebels had fueled a rise in drug trafficking and created economic uncertainties with the potential to destroy Colombia’s social fabric “Your Holiness we all want peace but we have to build it with laws and the determination to guard against and punish violence that spreads hopelessness and distances us from God’s word” Uribe wrote in the letter which was leaked to local media In Bogota city workers were busy scrubbing downtown monuments erecting the stage for a giant outdoor Mass and putting the final touches on a security perimeter surrounding the Nunciature where the pope will sleep every night While many Colombians hail the pope’s humility as a model to emulate they have questioned the hefty cost of the visit “It’s great what’s happening the pope is a modest person” Aristobulo Fonseca said as he hung two images of Catholic saints from the rearview mirror of his taxi “What’s not good is how they’re making a carnival of this visit and spending so much money” The highlight of Francis’ trip comes Friday with a meeting and prayer of reconciliation between victims of the conflict and former guerrillas in Villavicencio a city south of Bogota surrounded by territory long held by the FARC The event will be packed with symbolism Francis will beatify two Colombian priests killed during decades of guerrilla warfare declaring them “martyrs” who were killed out of hatred for the Catholic faith And the meeting will be framed by one of the most poignant symbols of the conflict: the mutilated Christ statue that was rescued from a church in the western town of Bojaya after a FARC mortar attack in 2012 Some 300 people were sheltering in the church when it was hit during a three-way firefight between FARC rebels right-wing militias and the army At least 79 people died and 100 were injured In total the conflict left more than 250000 people dead 60000 missing and millions more displaced Ahead of Francis’ arrival the government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the last remaining major rebel group the National Liberation Army or ELN signed a bilateral cease-fire agreement a significant step toward negotiating a permanent peace deal The Vatican No 2 Cardinal Pietro Parolin said the key message of the trip is “the capacity to forgive: to forgive and receive forgiveness” Francis is the third pope to visit Colombia after Pope Paul VI in 1968 and St John Paul II in 1986 Both used their visits to show solidarity with victims of violence discrimination and poverty and to urge government authorities to fix the structural and societal problems that have made Colombia one of the most unequal countries in Latin America Monsignor Octavio Ruiz Arenas the first archbishop of Villavicencio and now a Vatican official said a key point that Francis will press is for Colombia to avoid repeating the mistakes of peace processes in Central America where demobilized guerrilla fighters did not re-integrate into society and instead joined criminal gangs Colombia’s well-entrenched drug traffickers will be a strong draw for rebels who haven’t known anything other than jungle warfare for decades he said “When Paul VI went he spoke about all these problems but unfortunately all they talk about now are his pretty speeches” Ruiz said “The same thing happened with John Paul II”“But if the authorities aren’t able to say ‘The pope is right; we have to change’ if there’s no goodwill on the part of everyone the words will just remain like a nice memory” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Beijing | Published: October 9 2015 8:45 am A man smokes in Yinchuan airport in northwestern China’s Ningxia Hui autonomous region (Source: AP) Related News Research published in the medical journal The Lancet says one in three of all the young men in China are likely to die from tobacco but that the number can fall if the men quit smoking The studies conducted by researchers from Oxford University the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and the Chinese Center for Disease Control show that two-thirds of the young men in China start to smoke mostly before age 20 and that half of those would eventually be killed by tobacco unless they stop permanently The research involving two studies 15 years apart and including hundreds of thousands of people says the number of tobacco deaths mostly among men reached 1 million by 2010 and would hit 2 million by 2030 if current trends continue Share This Article Related Article But researchers say the trends could be stemmed if the smokers quit “The key to avoid this huge wave of deaths is cessation and if you are a young man don’t start” said co-author Richard Peto from the University of Oxford Smoking rates have dropped significantly among men in developed countries In the United States about 20 percent the adult men smoke and 15 percent of women do and cigarette smoking causes about one of every five deaths said the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention In China the percentage of smokers among Chinese men has been on the rise in recent decades as cigarettes have become easily available As more Chinese people start to puff at younger ages researchers expect the proportion of male deaths that are attributed to smoking to increase Around the world tobacco kills up to half of its users and more than 5 million deaths annually result from direct tobacco use according to the World Health Organization However with tobacco an important source of revenue for the Chinese government Beijing’s efforts to control tobacco use have in the past been compromised Also many people in China find it difficult to kick the habit in a culture where smoking has become so ingrained “It is difficult because there is a lot of pressure at work so I smoke to alleviate the tension” Beijing office worker Wei Bin 32 said in an interview “At the same time our country does not provide good support for people who want to quit I have tried electronic cigarettes but I think that is perhaps worse” Wei said Some people are showing growing signs of awareness of the health risks “Three years ago I used to smoke but now I realize it is bad for health and also the environment so I quit” office worker Ma Huiwei 35 said in an interview in downtown Beijing The research published in The Lancet shows that the number of young men smoking in China has increased and the percentage of all male deaths in China that can be attributed to smoking is rising while the younger generations of Chinese women have become less likely to smoke compared to those born in the 1930s Yet researchers also worry that this downward trend among Chinese women might be reversed as other studies have shown more young women are taking up smoking recently For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: April 29 2011 1:21 am Related News Himachal Pradeshs controversial Apartment (Regulations) Act 2005which enabled the private colonisers and developers to invest in the housing sectorwill be under the scanner of the Joint Assembly Committee (JAC) to probe all previous permissions granted under the legislation till March 2011 The Committee headed by BJPs Shimla MLA and former MP Suresh Bhardwaj has also the mandate to recommend changes in the Actif needed to plug loopholesand even recommend should the state government scrap the law as the same was bringing a lot of bad name to the state The seven-member committee constituted by the Speaker Tulsi Ram has four BJP MLAs Suresh BhardwajRandhir SharmaBK Chauhan and Vipin Parmarand the two Congress MLAs are Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu and Nikhil Rajor with one Independent member Rakesh Pathania But before the committee actually meetsCongress MLA and member of the panel Sukhwinder Sukhu has raised his serious reservations against its compositionwhich he says has five BJP MLAs (four plus one Independent also backing BJP) This committee has no meaning The Congresswhich raised the issue of irregularities with proofs has only two MLAs? he said. wounding eight other civilians, They had called for hunger strike on June 3 and called it off after 24 hours after assurance from the state that a fast-track committee will give its report by mid June. For all the latest World News,2 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas exports to non-FTA countries, Friends of the duo were driving alongside in another car. said it was concerned by Zinke’s support for logging.

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