4yearold critical after being raped dumped into water tank 1 arrested

first_imgGurugram: A four-year-old was raped by a 34-year-old construction worker, tortured and then dumped in the tank so that she can die by suffocation in Gurugram. She was rescued in the nick of time and is in a critical state in a hospital.According to law enforcement officials, the accused, a construction worker, was working at the site when he saw the minor girl playing there. He allegedly took the girl to the basement of the building and raped her. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe unconscious girl was dumped in a water tank and the accused fled from the spot. The minor was later rescued by other construction workers and was rushed to the hospital. The girl’s parents also worked in the same construction site, but they were busy with their work when the culprit took the child down to the basement and raped her. The hospital authorities informed police after examining the child and confirming that the minor girl was raped. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsThe accused was arrested within seven hours of the case being registered. “We have arrested and he will be charged under the relevant sections. The minor girl is being treated at the hospital and we pray for her speedy recovery,” said a senior police official from Gurugam police. The incident has again proved to be a stark reminder of how unsafe Gurugram is becoming for its children. According to official data, there is a sexual crime that happens against a minor every fourth day. In a more disturbing trend that came forward, it was revealed that Gurugram also leads in a number of sexual assault cases against the minors. There were 354 cases registered under the protection of children from sexual offences Act (POCSO). Co-incidentally the figures were way lower that Faridabad that has total cases of 412 cases of sexual crimes against minors.last_img read more

Lighthizer agrees to do whatever it takes to get new NAFTA passed

first_imgOTTAWA — U.S. trade czar Robert Lighthizer says he will work with Democrats to do whatever it takes to ratify the new North American free trade deal.Lighthizer made the pledge in testimony today before the U.S. Senate finance committee as part of the Trump administration’s push to get the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement ratified by a divided Congress.Lighthizer’s appearance on Capitol Hill comes two days before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets President Donald Trump at the White House to give impetus towards ratifying the deal.Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden, the ranking Democrat on the committee, says the new deal has “weak enforcement” provisions on raising labour standards in Mexico that he and his party want to fix.Lighthizer says USMCA has stronger enforcement provisions than the old North American Free Trade Agreement, including improved labour rights in Mexico, but he’s open to making it stronger.Lighthizer says he has had good discussions with Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and suggests that getting a ratification bill introduced in the lower house of Congress — a necessary first step towards U.S. ratification of the pact — might be weeks away.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Quebec inquiry hears many Inuit get paid less benefits for same work

first_imgTom Fennario APTN NewsAs the director of health and social services in Nunavik, Minnie Grey says the health care system in northern Quebec has created class divisions.One where non-Inuit can make $40,000 in non-salary benefits, while local Inuit receive only a quarter of that.“Can we just do away with what was given in the ’60s so we can all just be even?” Grey testified at the Quebec inquiry that has been examining discrimination experienced by Indigenous Quebecers.The reason for the difference, according to union rules for health service providers, is that workers working more than 50 kilometres from home are entitled to greater benefits.Those include vehicle expenses, flights back home and, perhaps most offensive to Grey, free housing where overcrowding is rampant.“The inequality comes in the fact that we’re not offering these incentives to local people, so we’re not attracting them to be working in our services,” she said.Because many jobs in Nunavik require knowledge of Inuit culture and language, so local workers are highly sought after. Many leave their communities to make what non-Inuit make, which in turn makes things more expensive.There is also the issue of a lack of qualified Inuit.Jean-Francois Arteau, a lawyer for Nunavik Health Services, testified Quebec is not meeting its education and training obligations under the James Bay Agreement.“It’s been 40 years since the agreement has been signed, we’re not in the first few years of operation, we’re 40 years later and it’s still complicated for Inuit to access jobs that were targeted for them,” said Arteau.Grey said her team has proposed a solution – create positions just for Inuit workers and pay them their fair share.“The fact that we’re still trying to convince the ministry that giving equality to local workers can save a lot of money because we have a very high turnover of non-locals,” she said.It’s not something the province has jumped at, she said, but Grey is happy to share her knowledge with the inquiry.“I’m very pleased that I was able to be here with my colleagues and to have a voice and someone is listening,” she said.tfennario@aptn.calast_img read more

Lanka says training to continue in India

The External Affairs Ministry said that Sri Lanka air force personnel will continue to receive training in India despite objections raised by political groups in southern Tamil Nadu.In an urgent statement the External Affairs Ministry said that reports about a group of Sri Lankan Airmen under training in Chennai being sent back to Sri Lanka is incorrect. “All Sri Lankan trainees are being sent off today from this station as per instruction of the ministry of defence,” a brief Indian defence ministry statement said on Friday. The Indian media had earlier reported that following pressure from politicians in Tamil Nadu, the Indian defence ministry decided to send back Sri Lankan air force personnel who were undergoing training at the Tambaram airbase in Chennai, India. “They will continue their training in another location in India without any hindrance to their training programme,” the External Affairs Ministry said. read more

Cat control in limbo

Local volunteers will have to make the case later this year for feral cat control in Norfolk.Norfolk council received a report this week on the performance of the program since 2017.However, council did not restore $10,000 in funding that it cut in January. As well, council did not commit to renewing the program in 2020.The outcome was a disappointment for local cat managers. Regardless, they will attempt to sell council on the merits of trap, neuter and re-home in time for the 2020 budget deliberations.“I’m glad it’s still alive,” Sandi Fettes of Simcoe, a spokesperson for the local program, said this week. “It’s not dead in the water yet. They recognize there are a lot of benefits to the program.”Pam Duesling, Norfolk’s general manager of development and cultural services, tabled a report Tuesday on the performance of the local program.Council heard that, in 2016, the feral cat population in Norfolk was estimated at up to 30,000. There were concerns about feral cats spreading disease, as well as their impact on birds and wildlife.Norfolk devoted $50,000 to trap, neuter and re-home in 2017. This was reduced to $40,000 in 2018.During council’s budget deliberations in January, the $30,000 proposed for 2019 was reduced to $20,000.Fettes and her colleagues hoped council would reverse the $10,000 cut this week but that didn’t happen.The cat-control initiative was approved in 2017 as a three-year program. There was no commitment beyond 2019 and cat control is not a mandated municipal responsibility. Volunteers will learn in January whether council is prepared to renew it.The contract this year is held by Purrfect Companions of Delhi.“In the past three years, Purrfect Companions took in 1,900 cats,” founder and president Brenda Cameron said. “We saved a lot of cats. We spent $691,000 over the last three years on our entire operation.”In a recent presentation to Norfolk council, Fettes said cat-control volunteers are making progress reducing the number of feral cats.She said the spay-and-neuter program has at least slowed, if not reduced, the birth rate. Cat numbers could rebound if the county prematurely withdraws funding, she said.In her report, Duesling said nine per cent of the cats that passed through Purrfect Companions last year were returned to a managed colony. Homes were found for the rest. At a managed colony, the cats are left alone but are fed and monitored for disease.Homes were found for 800 cats last year at a cost to new owners of between $80 and $150 per animal. The shelter on the east side of Delhi is at capacity. There are 280 cats on site, while another 150 are in foster care.MSonnenberg@postmedia.com read more

Palestinian economy will sink to mere subsistence without aid UN study

The report by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) points to “profound structural distortions” caused by the turmoil, which has exacerbated already poor economic conditions.In 1999, Palestinian businesses suffered from low productivity and lacked access to bank credit. As a result, they were forced to focus on immediate survival rather than long-term planning, UNCTAD said.The situation has deteriorated since, with both wages and productivity declining. Tourism was hit hardest, with most small- and medium-sized enterprises in that industry at risk of being wiped out, according to the report.The study, covering the period from June 2000 to June 2002, argues that external aid should be oriented towards helping Palestinian businesses to raise productivity. So far, donor-funded programmes have focused primarily on addressing financial crises, but UNCTAD warns that while this support is important, “it misses the pressing problems facing these enterprises and risks breeding long-term dependencies on foreign aid.”The study was based on a comprehensive field survey carried out by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics in cooperation with UNCTAD. read more

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

Most actively traded companies on the TSX AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 11, 2014 3:02 pm MDT TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (14,760.27, up 50.47 points):B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Unchanged at $1.85 on 4.9 million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Up 23 cents, or 5.53 per cent, to $4.39 on 4.4 million shares.ProMetic Life Sciences Inc. (TSX:PLI). Biotechnology. Up nine cents, or 4.76 per cent, to $1.98 on 4.4 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace. Unchanged at $4.03 on 3.9 million shares.Torex Gold Resources Inc. (TSX:TXG). Miner. Up four cents, or 3.05 per cent, to $1.35 on 3.9 million shares.Precision Drilling Corp. (TSX:PD). Oil and gas. Up 20 cents, or 2.27 per cent, to $9.03 on 3.5 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Aecon Group Inc. (TSX:ARE). Engineering. Down $1.75, or 12.15 per cent, to $12.65 on 912,356 shares. Aecon’s quarterly profit improved to $39.5 million or 49 cents per diluted share from $34.4 million or 53 cents in the same 2013 quarter, but revenue contracted to $840.4 million from $897.3 million and the construction company warned its margins could be squeezed next year if soft conditions in the resource sector continue.Rona Inc. (TSX:RON). Retail. Up 19 cents, or 1.39 per cent, to $13.85 on 489,174 shares. The home improvement retailer says profit surged nearly 30 per cent to $38 million or 32 cents per share for the period ended Sept. 28, up from $30 million or 25 cents per share a year ago. Excluding one-time items, adjusted profits increased 28 per cent to $38.5 million or 33 cents per share, a penny below analyst estimates.WSP Global Inc. (TSX:WSP). Engineering. Up $1.72, or 5.02 per cent, to $36 on 506,958 shares. The company had $29.1 million of net income before adjustments in the third quarter, a 36 per cent increase over the comparable period last year. Revenue was $630.7 million, up 28.6 from a year earlier.Martinrea International Inc. (TSX:MRE). Auto parts. Down $2.18, or 17.69 per cent, to $10.14 on 1.4 million shares. The company’s shares plunged as quarterly net earnings were $19.4 million or 23 cents per share, down from $20.9 million or 25 cents a year ago. Canaccord Genuity downgraded the stock to hold from buy and analyst David Tyerman also cut his price target on the stock to $11 from $17, noting that Martinrea’s third-quarter earnings came in below estimates. read more

Syria UN relief operation delivers food assistance to record number of people

“We are reaching more people every day with urgently needed food assistance – many of them have been going hungry for months,” Muhannad Hadi, WFP’s Regional Emergency Coordinator said in a statement from Amman, Jordan. Over the last six weeks, WFP and partners crossed lines to reach more than 580,000 people, more than four times the 137,000 people reached in the preceding six weeks.Since July 25, a total of five cross-border convoys, via the Bab Al Salam crossing from Turkey and Al Ramtha from Jordan, carried food rations including rice, lentils, oil, pasta, bulgur, canned food, wheat flour, beans, salt and sugar for 69,500 people in the hard-to-reach areas.“We will build on these gains in the coming weeks and months and hope that all parties to the conflict will continue to facilitate our access to the women, children and families that remain out of our reach behind conflict lines,” Mr. Hadi added.The deliveries come in the wake of the passage in mid-July of Security Council resolution 2165, which authorized the movement of UN humanitarian aid into Syria through four border crossings.Briefing the Council last week, Kyung-wha Kang, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, said progress in access during the past month has shown that “where there is political will, there is a way to improve the situation for millions of civilians in Syria.” “We must all redouble our efforts until we reach everyone in need with humanitarian assistance,” she added. Yet, widespread fighting and insecurity continues to hinder WFP’s access to many parts of the country, particularly in the northern governorates of Al-Hassakeh, Deir-ez-Zor and Ar-Raqqa. WFP is by far the largest humanitarian agency operating inside Syria. Working with the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and over two dozen other partners, it aims to support 4.25 million people in need of food assistance across all 14 governorates every month.The agency needs to raise $35 million dollars a week to meet the food needs of families affected by the conflict in Syria and refugees in neighbouring countries. read more

Syria UN chief warns Idlib offensive may set off humanitarian catastrophe

According to a statement issued by his Spokesperson, Mr. Guterres said that “any use of chemical weapons is totally unacceptable,” adding that he “urgently appeals to the Government of Syria and all parties to exercise restraint and to prioritize the protection of civilians.”“He calls on the Astana guarantors to step up efforts to find a peaceful solution to the situation in Idlib, the last remaining de-escalation zone,” the spokesperson stressed, referring to Russia, Turkey and Iran, which have since last year worked together on the establishment of de-escalation zones in Syria’s war-ravaged areas.The Secretary-General, in today’s statement, further called on all parties “to take all necessary measures to safeguard civilian lives, allow freedom of movement, and protect civilian infrastructure, including medical and educational facilities, in accordance with international humanitarian law and human rights law.”The statement came one day after John Ging, Director of Operations with the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), told the Security Council that intense aerial bombardment and shelling in Idlib and three other governorates in north-west Syria have left death, damage and destruction in their wake, and placed an even greater strain on aid workers and communities hosting displaced people.According to news reports, the three million people – roughly half of whom are native residents and the other half persons displaced within the country – of Idlib, the last big rebel enclave, are bracing for Syrian Government forces to begin a phased offensive. read more

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Football Team Gray rolls to a 3714 win against Team Scarlet in

The Ohio State football team takes the field for the 2018 Spring Game at Ohio Stadium between Team Scarlet and Team Gray. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorOhio State entered the spring hoping to have an answer to who will line up under center by the time the Spring Game rolled around.Redshirt sophomore Dwayne Haskins, redshirt junior Joe Burrow and redshirt freshman Tate Martell had their opportunities to show why they’re the top quarterback. But the answer remains unclear after Saturday’s intrasquad game in which none of the three signal-callers proved he deserved the top spot over the other in Team Gray’s 37-14 win against Team Scarlet in the Spring Game at Ohio Stadium.“We’re going to have to make some decisions, those decisions have not been made,” head coach Urban Meyer said. “We’re going to have some very good meetings, productive meetings, I want to see all of the statistical data that we have charted, everything, and go from there.”Haskins’ arm stood out on both of his touchdown throws, and he finished the game 9 for 19 with 120 yards. Burrow showed consistency, going 15 for 22 for 238 yards.Martell displayed his dual-threat capabilities, rushing for 69 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown, while also completing 5-of-16 passes for 28 yards and an interception.“Data is second, it’s just something that helps you, it’s also factual,” Meyer said. “Intangibles are, obviously that’s going to be very involved in the decision.”Haskins made the most impressive throw of the first half, finding sophomore wide receiver Jaylen Harris on a bullet pass in the corner of the endzone for a 25-yard touchdown in the second quarter.Burrow completed the longest pass of the day, a 49-yard touchdown to junior H-back Demario McCall in the fourth quarter to put Gray up 31-14.McCall ended the day with 163 total yards and two touchdowns, both on throws from Burrow.“Demario got way better, transitioning from running back to receiving, he had the whole Spring to work at it,” junior wide receiver Binjimen Victor said. “I feel like he’s getting there and he’s going to help us contribute in the Fall.”Freshman running back Master Teague scored the first touchdown of the game midway through the second quarter on a 1-yard run.Immediately following the Teague touchdown, redshirt junior running back Mike Weber broke off a run for 63 yards, and Martell scored on a two-yard run to put Gray up 10-7.Junior running back Antonio Williams scored from three yards out with only 16 seconds remaining in the second quarter to give Gray a 17-14 lead going into halftime.Burrow, Haskins and Martell were just three players at one position among several others that had one last impression to make before summer workouts and fall camp for the starting spots for the 2018 football season.“At tight end, you noticed I pulled out Luke Farrell, and as of we finished spring practice, he’ll be the starting tight end,” Meyer said. “The field safety is probably our number one concern on our team, right now we’re just not quite sure who that is.”Ohio State has more than four months to make those decisions before returning to Ohio Stadium for its season opener on Sept. 1 to play Oregon State. read more

Donald Trump thinks Duchess of Sussex is very nice after row over

He said he congratulated Harry, who recently became a father, calling him a “terrific guy”.Asked about rumours that the prince did not want to speak to him, he said: “No, no, no, just the opposite.”In fact, he spent a lot of time talking to Ivanka and talking to my family.”I went up – he couldn’t have been nicer. Couldn’t have been nicer… I think he’s great.”Mr Trump also spoke about the NHS, post Brexit trade deals and Jeremy Corbyn during the interview, which will be shown from 6am on Wednesday.Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Mr Trump added that her husband, the Duke of Sussex, “couldn’t have been nicer” when they met on Monday. US President Donald Trump has clarified his remarks about the Duchess of Sussex after it was widely reported that he had called her nasty.In a recent interview with the Sun newspaper, Mr Trump said he was unaware that Meghan had previously suggested she would leave the US if he won the 2016 presidential election, adding: “I didn’t know that she was nasty.”Meghan has been a vocal critic of the US president in the past and backed his political rival Hillary Clinton.The US leader told ITV’s Good Morning Britain during his state visit to the UK that he was saying in the interview that he had not known that Meghan had been nasty about him.He told presenter Piers Morgan during an interview in the Churchill War Rooms: “They said some of the things that she said and it’s actually on tape. “And I said: ‘Well, I didn’t know she was nasty’. I wasn’t referring to she’s nasty. I said she was nasty about me. And essentially I didn’t know she was nasty about me.”He added: “You know what? She’s doing a good job, I hope she enjoys her life… I think she’s very nice.”LA-born Meghan will not be present during the President’s state visit after giving birth to her son Archie almost four weeks ago. read more

Motorcyclist killed in a singlevehicle crash

first_imgMotorcyclist killed in a single-vehicle crash Posted: July 23, 2017 Jessica Ranck EL CAJON (KUSI) — A motorcyclist was killed Sunday in a single-vehicle traffic crash in unincorporated San Diego County, near El Cajon.The crash occurred a little after 4:30 a.m. in the area of La Cresta Road and Greenfield Drive, the California Highway Patrol.The motorist, who was pronounced dead at the scene, may have struck a pole at the location.  Jessica Ranck, July 23, 2017 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img

Crews rescue kitten stuck inside FPL vault in Parkland

first_imgPARKLAND, FLA. (WSVN) – Rescue crews in Parkland helped a kitten out of a tight situation, Sunday.Coral Springs and Parkland firefighters responded to the scene of a cat stuck inside of a Florida Power and Light vault at the Parkland Golf and Country Club, located at 10001 Old Club Road.According to officials, FPL was called to the scene to secure power, which allowed crews access into the box. After some coaxing and digging, rescuers pulled the tiny charcoal-colored feline from the box.Officials said the kitten had been stuck in the vault for a couple of days before fire rescue was called.After the rescue from the vault, an employee of the country club took the kitten home as their new pet.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Researchers watching sockeye sizes

first_imgAlaska’s sockeye salmon came back shorter and lighter than usual last year. As sockeye runs return this summer, biologists have been keeping an eye on their size. Fish and Game’s Jack Erickson says return to Bristol Bay is mixed so far.Listen nowPink salmon, plus an occasional silver and red, congregate in a pool above the Auke Creek weir before spawning. The males will put on displays and fight with other males as part of the competition for mating females which have already started a nest. (Photo by Matt Miller, KTOO – Juneau)“We’re still looking at smaller fish. Similar to last year’s numbers. What we are seeing, it’s very early in the season, the fish that were three years in the saltwater, in the ocean, what we call three ocean fish, they’re a little bit smaller than last year. But the ones that have been out two years in the ocean, they seem to be a little bit bigger. And on average right now, from our very initial catches, it’s averaging about the same as last year for size.”Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet also had small fish last year. Erickson is also keeping an eye on the size of fish there.“Well this year in Prince William Sound, we saw fish originally coming in a little bit smaller. But since the beginning of the season, the fish have gotten larger. I think we’ve put on an average of about half a pound We’ve seen an increase in the average size of sockeye. So that’s good news to see out in Prince William Sound Copper River. This year from various initial sample sizes that we’re getting out of Cook Inlet, sockeye are probably about a half a pound larger. So in those two areas we’re seeing some improvement. And hopefully we’ll see that larger size show up in Bristol Bay as well.”Fish size estimates come from samples taken at counting towers as well as in the commercial harvest. Although that data is available now, Erickson says it’s too early to draw very many other conclusions about the 2016 run, and the size info is far from final.last_img read more

Man arrested for cyber stalking

first_imgHyderabad: The Rachakonda cybercrime sleuths on Friday arrested a cyber-stalker by name G Ganesh, 21, a male nurse, for sexually harassing a woman online and stalking for not accepting his love proposals. The accused threatened to defame the woman complainant by sharing objectionable and abusive photos of the victim via WhatsApp and FaceBook if she did not accept to his proposal. Also Read – Secunderabad: Major General N Srinivas Rao makes farewell visit to AOC Advertise With Us Based on the complaint of the victim, the cybercrime police registered a case under sections 354(D) IPC and 67 of IT Act and conducted investigation. As per the technical evidence collected, they apprehended the accused at Uppal X Road and seized the mobile phone from his possession. Upon enquiry, he admitted to the crime. In July 2018, Ganesh and the victim worked in SVS Neuro Hospital in Kachiguda, and they became close friends. He also took close selfies of her in his mobile. Presently, the victim is working at a private hospital in Banjara Hills. The accused had been regularly calling the victim over phone and WhatsApp and insisting her to love him and to fulfil his sexual desires. When the complainant refused his proposals, he shared her photos via WhatsApp and also uploaded the photos on her FaceBook page to defame her and to take revenge on her.last_img read more

Provocation was there Hasina

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina speaks a reception accorded to her by ruling Awami League at the Dhaka airport on her return from United States after attending the United Nations General Assembly. Photo: BSSPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday expressed confidence that Dhaka would be able to resolve the Rohingya crisis by mounting international pressure on Myanmar and through dialogue.The international community has stood by the Rohingyas once Bangladesh has sided with them, she told a reception accorded to her by ruling Awami League at the airport on her return from United States after attending the United Nations General Assembly.Dwelling on the violation of Bangladesh airspace by Myanmar air force during the initial days of the current crisis, the prime minister mentioned that Naypyidaw had instigated Dhaka in a variety of manners.I have alerted the army about this so that they do not fall into the trap of provocation by Myanmar, said Hasina.She pointed out that the Rohingyas were leading inhuman life and that they were being subjected to repression. Quite naturally, we had to give them shelter. The people of Bangladesh have shown humanitarian attitude and we did not wait for anyones assistance she added.The prime minister, however, said talks on how to resolve the crisis began at different parts of the world. Myanmar has started negotiation, she said.Sheikh Hasina, also the president of AL, was accorded the reception by her party for giving shelter to more than half a million Rohingyas and for drawing attention of the global community through her speech at the United Nations General Assembly recently.She earlier left the United States after attending the UNGA and her surgery for London from where she arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the morning.last_img read more

SUST to investigate attack on Zafar Iqbal

first_imgThe Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) authorities have formed a three-member probe committee to investigate the knife attack against its eminent faculty member Prof Zafar Iqbal.Professor Fariduddin Ahmed, vice-chancellor of SUST, also said the probe committee would be led by professor Abdul Ghonim of the social sciences department.Prof Fariduddin while condemning the attack on Zafar Iqbal also announced some new security measures, specifically that the whole campus will be brought under the purview of CCTV.Zafar Iqbal came under attack at the Mukta Mancha of SUST during the two-day celebration programme, ‘Robofight,’ of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) department on Saturday.last_img