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The committee will submit its report in three months and after that appropriate action will be taken in this regard, he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMilling siding from rough boards is hard labor-intensive work but the finished product will be well worth the effort Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers You may remember from an earlier post that I got a huge stack of local white pine back in August that was saved from the chipper by my coworker Dan Morrison The time has finally come to start milling the rough stock into siding Last Saturday morning I got started by rounding up my equipment and building infeed and outfeed tables to support the boards most of which are 13 ft or longer I started my workday Sunday by drilling the aluminum rip fence on my Bosch 4000 tablesaw to mount an extra piece of flat stock The extra piece of stock which is often called an auxiliary fence would allow me to attach a pair of feather boards to the fence to hold the the stock tight to the table while I rabbeted the edges with a dado set This work took a surprising amount of time (doesn’t everything) because I had to disassemble the fence to make sure I wasn’t going to damage anything by putting a pair of 1/4-in holes through the center Bosch if you’re reading this you really should drill and tap the holes at the factory I can’t imagine the operation adding more than a dollar or two to the final price of the machine Drilling and tapping the holes at home or at the job site is a big pain; unfortunately it’s necessary for anybody who wants to do more with their saw than just rip and crosscut stock Once the fence was ready I ripped clean edges on both sides of about a dozen boards Once that was finished I installed my feather boards and a stacked dado cutter to make the 1/2-in by 1/2-in half laps I was pleased that my saw had enough power to do this hefty cut in a single pass And it left a surprisingly smooth finish I’m guessing I made about 100 sq ft of siding in this trial run This weekend I’ll get serious about production; winter is fast approaching Read more about my barn here Milling siding from rough boards is hard labor-intensive work but the finished product will be well worth the effort Milling this short stack of stock took about 1-1/2 hours I started by ripping clean edges on the rough boards and then rabbeting the edges with a dado set I’m betting I made about 100 sq ft I figure I only need about 1000 sq ft more The feather boards which are made from straight-grained pine offcuts hold the stock tight to the saw table and prevent kickback They’re positioned so they apply suffcient pressure without making it too difficult to feed the stock Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Bashaarat Masood | Srinagar | Updated: December 15 2017 7:46 am Kashmir was rocked by unrest after the killing of militant Burhan Wani last year(Express Photo: Shuaib Masoodi/File) Related News AMIR YOUSUF Wani a jobless 20-year-old is hoping to get a passport maybe even a job abroad Shabir Ahmad Ganai a bus conductor says he can finally focus on work and family Danish Qayoom a shop-owner is relieved he can lead “a normal life like others” And a college student from Pulwama is happy that his family will never come to know about the case against him On November 29 J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti ordered the withdrawal of first-time cases of stone-pelting against 4327 youths to create “a positive and conciliatory atmosphere in the state” which was rocked by unrest after the killing of militant Burhan Wani last year It’s barely been a fortnight but the results are already showing “I agree my son committed a mistake but he was just 17 then He suffered a lot because of the case I hope this amnesty will help him lead a normal life again” says Amir’s mother Mehnaz Akhtar speaking to The Indian Express at their home in Baramulla town’s Rangwar locality Aamir was in Class 9 at the Police Public School in Srinagar when he was arrested and charged for pelting stones at security forces during a protest in Baramulla three years ago He was expelled from school and has been looking for a job ever since Aamir admits that he pelted stones “in fury… several times” after he was once “beaten by a policeman while watching a protest from the sidelines” Today he describes the amnesty for which his name has been recommended as “Godsend” “I was released from jail after 16 days but had to pay a heavy price I was rusticated couldn’t appear for the exams and lost a year of schooling After completing Class 10 I applied for a passport so that I could look for a job abroad But I could not clear the police verification because of the case” says Aamir whose father died when he was three years old J&K DGP S P Vaid who headed a committee that recommended the withdrawal of cases confirms that “the number of people who will benefit is around 4300” The initiative came days after the Centre’s J&K special representative Dineshwar Sharma visited the state for the second time in November and met a delegation of youths charged in stone-pelting cases Senior police officers in J&K say they have begun the process of identifying those who will be let off “Every police station has been asked to send a list of stone-pelters who have only one case registered against them These lists are being compiled at the district level for further action We have been asked to look at all cases from 2010” says a police officer According to a government prosecutor who did not wish to be identified the final call on these cases will be taken by the court “The amnesty falls within the purview of the court The government will recommend the cases to the court and in some instances it has already been done The court will look at individual cases” says the official On the ground this has meant renewed hope for hundreds Last Sunday police organised a one-day interaction — Ek Naya Aagaz or a new beginning — in Baramulla for 350 youths whose names have been recommended under the scheme At Khawaja Bagh in Baramulla 23-year-old bus conductor Shabir Ahmad Ganai was charged for pelting stones during protests in 2010 over the abduction and fake encounter of three civilians at Machil and the death of Class 10 student Tufail Mattoo who was hit on the head by a teargas shell “That was the first and last time I was part of a stone-throwing protest All these years my focus was on the case and I had to present myself in court every month Now I have been told that the case will be withdrawn If that happens I can focus again on my work and family” says Shabir the son of a government employee In Srinagar’s Bhagwanpora Danish Qayoom who runs a furnishing shop describes the stone-pelting case against him as “a sword hanging over the neck” Police registered a case against Qayoom in 2016 for stone-pelting during the protests that followed the killing of Wani “I have suffered a lot because of this case I had to shut my shop every time I had to attend court hearings If it is withdrawn I will be able to live a normal life like others it would be the biggest relief” he says For a 22-year-old college student in Pulwama the relief has come at many levels – at not having to go to jail and the possibility that his parents may never come to know about the case “I was charged in 2010 I was only 16 then Those days everyone was out on the streets throwing stones After some months I came to know that a case has been registered against me My family knows that I was part of many protests but they don’t know about the FIR If the case is withdrawn it will help me keep it a secret” says the student who has a younger sister and brother But what he has to add is a pointer to the challenges that lie ahead — for both sides “Nobody wants to pelt stones but sometimes the circumstances are so created (by security forces) that we are forced to pelt stones at them I can’t be sure that I won’t pelt stones in the future Sometimes it happens at the spur of the moment” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Tewari | New Delhi | Updated: February 20 2015 7:20 pm I am sad that academic governance in India remains so deeply vulnerable to the opinions of the ruling government Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen said (Source: PTI photo) Related News Drawing attention to the delay in clearing his name for Chancellorship of Nalanda University for a second term — although the Governing Board unanimously recommended it — economist and Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen on Thursday “excluded” himself from continuing in the position after his term ends in July For The Record: ‘I am sad that academic governance in India remains so deeply vulnerable to the opinions of the ruling government’ In a letter to the board written with a “heavy heart” Sen said that it was “hard for him not to conclude that the government” wanted him to “cease” being Chancellor In the letter Sen says that academics in the country remains “deeply vulnerable to the opinions of the ruling Government” He added that it’s because of the absence of Government’s approval that the Visitor President Pranab Mukherjee has not been able to give his nod to the board’s decision of granting Sen a second term “It is hard for me not to conclude that the Government wants me to cease being the Chancellor of Nalanda University after this July and technically it has the power to do so This delay as well as the uncertainty involved is leading in effect to a decisional gap which is not helpful to Nalanda University’s governance and its academic progress I have therefore decided that in the best interest of Nalanda University I should exclude myself from being considered for continuing as Chancellor of Nalanda University beyond this July despite the unanimous recommendation and urging of the Governing Board for me to continue” Sen said Sen whose term as Chancellor ends in July this year was unanimously picked by the Nalanda University Board to serve in the position for a second term during its last meeting on January 13-14 this year In his letter the noted economist has said the board’s unanimous decision that was “firm and enthusiastic” was conveyed to the President the Visitor of all Central Universities in mid-January “drawing his attention to the urgency of the matter” but no response has been received yet Sen has pointed out that as per the Nalanda University Act of Parliament the decision of the governing board becomes operational only after the Visitor’s assent “More than a month has passed since then and it now seems clear that the Visitor has been unable to provide his assent to the Governing Board’s unanimous choice in the absence of the Government’s approval The Governing Board has not been favoured with a reply to its request either from the President’s office or from the Ministry of External Affairs As Board members are aware our Visitor (President Pranab Mukherjee) has always taken a deep personal interest in the speedy progress of the work of Nalanda University and given that we have to assume that something makes it difficult — or impossible — for him to act with speed in this matter” he says in his letter The Nobel Laureate who in 2013 has come out against then Gujarat Chief Minister and now Prime Minister Narendra Modi stating he did not want him to become PM had recently remarked at Express Adda that although he disagreed with Modi on many issues the Prime Minister had been able to give “a sense of faith to people that things can happen” “I am also sad at a more general level that academic governance in India remains so deeply vulnerable to the opinions of the ruling Government when it chooses to make political use of the special provisions Even though the Nalanda University Act passed by the Parliament did not I believe envisage political interference in academic matters it is formally the case — given the legal provisions (some of them surviving from colonial days) — that the Government can turn an academic issue into a matter of political dispensation if it feels unrestrained about interfering” Sen says in the letter Adding that “non-action is a time-wasting way of reversing a Board decision” Sen said this had also happened to the “revised Statutes that the Governing Board passed unanimously last year” many of which he claims never received “formal acceptance or rejection from the Ministry of External Affairs which had the role of coordinating with the Visitor’s office” “As you would also remember there was considerable disquiet among Board members about the Government’s evident unwillingness to appreciate the international character of Nalanda University and to pay appropriate attention to the multi-country Governing Board of Nalanda In particular the Governing Board was kept completely in the dark about an attempted unilateral move by the Government to rapidly reconstitute the entire Board and to do this in violation of some of parts of the Nalanda University Act” the letter added Sen had threatened to quit the university last year before the Lok Sabha election after the finance ministry raised queries on the financial management of the university’s revival plan For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsvideo-recording will be done.

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