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This cottage architecture,It’s a romantic ensemble for which I’ll never tire.by Katie Hutchison for House Enthusiast and SquareOne Read more design snapshots by architect Katie Hutchison Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Updated: February 22 2015 12:57 am Hundreds of sympathizers have rushed to Achuthanandan’s house raising slogans in his favour Related News CPI(M) central committee member V S Achuthanandan on Saturday walked out of the ongoing state conference of the party in Alappuzha in protest against the scathing criticism unleashed against him by some delegates The dramatic unprecedented event shifted focus from the conference itself to an intense damage-control exercise launched by the rattled party leadership to pacify the veteran As Achuthanandan’s sympathisers thronged his house to pledge their support the leadership indicated that the central committee and the politburo would look into issues raised by him The day’s development showed how Achuthanandan was banking on the belief that he was the party’s only crowd-puller on the ground with the Assembly elections coming up next year It also exposed the nervousness of state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan who is tipped to be the party’s next CM candidate —- late on Saturday night he rushed two “VS” loyalists to meet and possibly placate the former CM The long-standing war of words and nerves between the two had peaked on the eve of this conference after Achuthanandan sent a note to the central leadership questioning the state unit’s stand on many issues including a rebel leader’s murder The party secretariat then passed a resolution against Achuthanandan for his repeated “anti-party stand” and “indiscipline” On Friday while presenting the state unit’s organisational report Vijayan alleged that Achuthanandan had tried to implicate him in a case involving a rebel leader’s murder and conspired to trap him in a corruption case involving the Canadian firm SNC Lavalin On Saturday while the report was being discussed a number of delegates mounted what appeared to be a well-orchestrated attack against Achuthanandan demanding that action be taken against him The veteran then left in a huff after registering his protest with general secretary Prakash Karat Marxist veteran Berlin Kunjananthan Nair who spoke to Achuthanandan said “VS” was fuming at the attack especially by those who were “very junior” to him in the party Sources close to VS indicated that he may return to the conference on Sunday “But he has put up some conditions which have to be met by the party’’ they added He is learnt to have put three conditions which the party has to fulfill They are; action should be taken against party leaders convicted in rebel leader Chandrasekharan’s murder; the secretariat resolution against him should be withdrawn; and the damaging references regarding him in the organisational report should be removed Politburo member Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said the politburo could examine the resolution and make changes if necessary For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: April 22 2014 1:06 am Related News Punjab has increased its capacity for covered storage of foodgrains but that is likely to take care of only 70 per cent of the procurement this year as the state anticipates a bumper crop The remaining wheat will be kept either in the open or at sugar mills till the time covered space is available after some of the previous year’s grain has moved to other states This is expected to happen in the next couple of months FCI officials are hoping for a fast outflow of the grain from the state under the new Food Security Act 2013 The targeted procurement of wheat is 115 lakh tonnes for the central pool “The original target for the central pool was 120 lakh tonnes for 2013-2014 but was decreased The 115 lakh tonnes is still 6 lakh tonnes more than last year’s contribution of 109 lakh tonnes to the central pool from Punjab” said Nahar Singh deputy general manager FCI Punjab Nahar Singh The target was scaled down because of bad weather at the end of the harvesting season Nahar Singh said if the arrival is high however agencies will purchase beyond the target In the past two years Punjab has increased its covered storage capacity from 100 lakh tonnes to 143 lakh tonnes The state also has 114 lakh tonnes covered and plinth (CAP) storage CAP storage involves placing gunny bags on a raised cement-and-brick plinth and covering them with tarpaulin As of April 1 2014 covered storage space of nearly 121 lakh tonnes remains occupied by the previous year’s foodgrains: 87 lakh tonnes rice and 34 lakh tonnes wheat Space for around 20 lakh tonnes foodgrain will be cleared with movement out by June 30 but that will be offset by the fresh arrival of 27 lakh tonnes rice after final milling of the last year paddy crop In May and June All that will leave only 15 of the 143-lakh-tonne space free “We have to think ahead for the paddy season since paddy unlike wheat cannot be stored in the open” said an FCI official adding rice takes up all covered space Of the 114 lakh tonnes CAP space that for 40 lakh tonnes is occupied by last year’s wheat stock leaving space only for 75 lakh tonnes when 115 lakh tonnes is due to arrive “Though we call CAP a scientific method foodgrains stored in CAP are prone to damage from weather rodents and pilferage unlike when kept in covered spaces” said a senior FCI officer adding wheat will need to be kept in CAP storage Even if space is created by an outflow of foodgrain an estimated 15 to 20 lakh tonnes of the new wheat will have to be stored in an unscientific manner until CAP storage is available and the rainy season is ahead FCI officials say nevertheless that they are ready for the challenge They are optimistic that late harvesting due to rain and hailstorms will by the time of ripening of the crop have created some space for new wheat with an outflow of some grain every month At the moment the state moves an average 20 lakh tonnes foodgrain out to other states every month but the outflow is sometimes it low sources said FCI officials said storage is being increased with every passing year and more space is being created in Tarn Taran and Patiala but at the moment around 70 per cent of the incoming wheat will be kept in CAP storage For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Shimla | Published: March 12 2015 7:49 pm Related News Himachal Pradesh High Court today accepted the state government plea assuring it about action against BJP MP Virender Kashyap within next two weeks Two-time Shimla MP Kashyap is facing the vigilance probe into bribery charges based on a sting operation telecasted by a private TV Channel in April 2009 The government told the High Court that investigations into the case was at a final stage and it will take only two weeks to file the chargesheet against MP under the provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act A division bench comprising Chief Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir and Justice Dharam Chand Chaudhary took on record the statement of state’s s Advocate General Shravan Dogra who informed the Court that the government will be filing the final report under 173(8) of the CrPC within two weeks from today The orders were passed on a petition filed off a petition filed by an RTI activist Dev Ashish Bhattacharya who had sought quashing of an inquiry report filed during previous BJP regime (dated March 2.