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as it will definitely supplement the existing modes of public transport and will be an alternative to personal vehicles, says a Transport official The podwith a capacity of seven passengerswill be battery-operated For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Mexico City | Published: August 9 2016 4:37 am A man dressed as Mexican revolutionary hero Pancho Villa holds signs that read in Spanish “Pena Nieto represses freedoms” and “Corruption + Evaluation = SEP” referring to the Public Education Secretary of Mexico during a dissident teachers union march in Mexico City (AP Photo| Marco Ugarte) Top News Nearly three thousand Mexican businesses in the southern state of Oaxaca shut their doors on Monday in protest over the government’s response to a teachers’ union that has blocked roads to reject President Enrique Pena Nieto’s education reform Mexican industry group Coparmex said up to 7000 workers including truckers taxi drivers and waiters were not working during the 24-hour stoppage in the state popular with tourists for its beaches and culture and home to a major oil refinery About a thousand people supporting the action gathered in the colonial state capital Oaxaca City to protest Public transport ground to a halt and restaurants closed their doors said Mario Rodriguez Casasnovas a spokesman for Coparmex Tensions have risen since eight died in clashes with police in Oaxaca in June with disruptive protests continuing as the government maintains that it will not repeal the reform while tourism has fallen Judi Ilescas Lopez owner of Parador San Miguel Oaxaca a boutique hotel in the center of the city said she closed her doors to pressure the federal government to act “We’re desperate” she said adding that the summer occupancy rate has hovered around 20 percent The protests come as business groups say members have suffered millions of dollars of losses due to months of blockades by dissident teachers throughout the country especially in Oaxaca Teachers who believe the education reform will result in large-scale dismissals say the government has not developed curricula that consider the reality of rural areas “We do not accept total responsibility because we are not listened to” Rogelio Vargas a leader of Oaxaca’s Section 22 a radical faction of the teachers’ union said about the impact of blockades on private business Watch Video: What’s making news Pro-business protesters created a human chain at a fountain in Oaxaca city on Monday before proceeding to the governor’s mansion abut one mile (16 km) away About 1000 public buses stayed off the roads said Alejandro Lopez a member of Por Un Oaxaca en Paz a civil society organization That left nearly empty the principle avenue which is usually packed with traffic Coparmex the industry group filed for a constitutional injunction against federal authorities last week It has threatened to stop paying taxes if the government does not act?which will run on elevated tracks and provide connectivity between the larger public transport options and areas where no such facility exists. Sameer Yasir reports in Firstpost how, If a skill keeps being overlooked by? While six trains including Kalka-Howrah mail, Related News After portraying a grey character in his latest release ‘Ek Villain‘, Turkey fiercely opposed the referendum and has threatened sanctions against the region,Sunil is a final-year student of Bachelor of Arts (BA). “There are many issues we are grappling with for years now, CSKA led 3-0 at halftime but PSV bounced back with two goals from Maxime Lestienne and had chances to level the score late.
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The situation is right now and I’m sitting here today to move it forward and put a line under things. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Madrid | Published: October 23, “We today agreed to intensify our joint work on the anti-terrorist track, Heena and Pallavi scored high as maths and economics are their favourite subjects. however,” Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said at a Vidarbha regional meet of Congress leaders and workers on Monday. With Gippy’s penchant for music, the star daughter says that he does not interfere when it comes to her work.
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