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The footage brings that out, adds the singer who is currently working on developing his skills as a songwriter He’s working on an album which is in the alternative pop space with a bit of folk It’s mostly melodically drivenwhere the voice and lyrics stand out I like having interesting musical arrangements within my song?MontabaurGermany: Andreas Lubitz never appeared anything but thrilled to have landed a pilot’s job with Germanwings according to those who helped him learn to fly as a teenager in this town in the forested hills of western Germany On Thursday French prosecutors said Lubitz the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 "intentionally" crashed the jet into the side of a mountain on Tuesday in the French Alps Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz Image courtesy: Facebook Members of his hometown flight club in Montabaur where he renewed his glider license last fall told The Associated Press that the 27-year-old Lubitz appeared to be happy with the job he had at the airline a low-cost carrier in the Lufthansa Group After starting as a co-pilot with Germanwings in September 2013 Lubitz was upbeat when he returned to the LSC Westerwald eV glider club to update his glider pilots’ license with about 20 takeoffs "He was happy he had the job with Germanwings and he was doing well" said longtime club member Peter Ruecker who watched Lubitz learn to fly "He was very happy He gave off a good feeling" Club chairman Klaus Radke said he rejects the Marseille prosecutors’ conclusion that Lubitz deliberately put the Germanwings flight into a descent and dove it straight into the French Alps after the pilot had briefly left the cockpit "I don’t see how anyone can draw such conclusions before the investigation is completed" he told the AP At the house of Lubitz’s parents the curtains were drawn and four police cars were parked outside Police blocked the media from the single-family two-story home in a prosperous new subdivision on the edge of Montabaur a town 60 kilometers (nearly 40 miles) northwest of Frankfurt A team of investigators entered the home and on Thursday evening people could be seen emerging with blue bags a big cardboard box and what looked like a large computer Another person who came out was shielded from reporters with a coat by police Investigators also searched the apartment that Lubitz kept in Duesseldorf in an upscale three-story building in an affluent neighborhood In Montabaur neighbor Johannes Rossmann said Lubitz appeared to be in good health and was a regular jogger He described the pilot as calm and low-key "I do not believe he killed himself and claimed other people’s lives" the 22-year-old Rossmann said "I can’t believe it until it is 100 percent confirmed" Lubitz learned to fly at the glider club in a sleek white ASK-21 two-seat glider which sits in a small hangar today on the side of the facility’s grass runway Ruecker said he remembers Lubitz as "rather quiet but friendly" when he first showed up at the club as a 14- or 15-year-old saying he wanted to learn to fly On Thursday a large hawk circled lazily over the runway capturing the same gentle updrafts that glider pilots use After obtaining his glider pilot’s license as a teenager he was accepted as a Lufthansa trainee after finishing the tough German preparatory school at the town’s Mons-Tabor High School According to Lufthansa Chief Executive Carsten Spohr Lubitz trained in Bremen Germany and in Phoenix Arizona starting in 2008 He said there was a "several-month" gap in his training six years ago but he couldn’t say what the reason was for that After the break Lubitz "not only passed all medical tests but also his flight training all flying tests and checks" Spohr told reporters saying the co-pilot was "100 percent fit to fly without any limitations" After completing his training Lubitz spent an 11-month waiting period working as a flight attendant before becoming a co-pilot on the Germanwings A320 fleet Spohr said such a waiting period is not unusual at Lufthansa Lubitz had logged 630 hours’ flight time by the day of the crash the airline said Ruecker said Lubitz had a girlfriend and gave no indication during his fall visit that anything was wrong "He seemed very enthusiastic" about his career he said "I can’t remember anything where something wasn’t right" Lubitz’s family could not immediately be reached but a Facebook page bearing Lubitz’s name showed him as a smiling in a dark brown jacket posing in front of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Ruecker confirmed that the photo was of Lubitz The page which was wiped from Facebook sometime in the past two days and restored on Thursday as an "In Memory" site said Lubitz was from Montabaur It also lists him as having several aviation-themed interests including the A320 the model of plane that crashed on Tuesday; Lufthansa the German aviation company; and Phoenix Goodyear Airport in Arizona The Facebook page also included a link to a result in the 2011 Lufthansa half-marathon in Frankfurt where a runner with the nickname "flying_andy" ran the course in a 1 hour 48 minutes 51 seconds German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said German authorities had checked intelligence and police databases on the day of the crash and Lufthansa told them that regular security checks also turned up nothing untoward about the co-pilot "According to our knowledge at this point and after comparing the information we have there is no terrorist background for him as a person" de Maiziere said Associated Press Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has held an impromptu meeting with Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir during which the two leaders discussed terror attacks in that country and challenges being posed by ‘Daesh’ "The two discussed the need to combat and defeat Daesh including in Syria where the Kingdom has offered to commit troops to the counter-Daesh campaign" State Department Spokesman John Kirby said on Tuesday Kerry and his Saudi counterpart also discussed the need for a political transition in Syria the situation in Libya the effort to reach a political resolution in Yemen and recent developments between the Israelis and Palestinians Earlier in the day the State Department "strongly" condemned the recent spate of deadly terrorist attacks that have been focused on civilians including women and children and which have brutally taken hundreds of lives from Istanbul to Dhaka to Baghdad to the attacks in Saudi Arabia "These acts have shown no respect for human life whether young or old male or female Muslim or non-Muslim These terrorists murdered without discretion" Kirby said A file photo of John Kerry AP "We cannot say whether these attacks were coordinated or whether they were conducted by independent opportunists" he added Noting that a Daesh spokesman himself called for targeting during this very holy month he said this is obviously evident that Daesh certainly has no respect for Muslim life life in general or any respect for Islam itself "Now even as we continue to pressure Daesh in Iraq and Syria we remain extremely concerned about their ability to inspire terrorist attacks that require few resources with little to no coordination" he said The US he said has always made clear that the military campaign is not enough to defeat Daesh or to remove the threat that it poses; that a holistic campaign that addresses the root causes of extremism is the only way to deliver a sustainable defeat "That’s why we’re working with partners from around the world to cut off Daesh’s messaging financing and recruitment networks" he said "That’s why we work with partners to expand the global ability to identify disrupt arrest and prosecute suspected foreign terrorist fighters And it’s why we’ve identified concrete areas to increase partner capacity in disrupting arresting and prosecuting suspected foreign terrorist fighters and better information sharing on their networks" Kirby said Kirby said the US now has information-sharing agreements with 55 international partners to identify and track the travel of suspected terrorists and the number of countries contributing foreign terrorist fighter profiles to Interpol has now increased by some 400 percent over the last two years alone "We’re partnering with governments in areas including strengthening information sharing on known and suspected terrorists implementing or enhancing counter-terrorism legislation increasing effective traveller screening and strengthening border security as well as building comprehensive financial investigations" he said Lucknow: First it was a threat to their land then came an unkind weather and now it is an uncaring system marred by unending politics that have brought most farmers in Uttar Pradesh on the edge of an abyss Repeated assaults by untimely rains and hailstorm have damaged their standing crops beyond redemption Despite the existence of huge government machinery actual relief is still not reaching the affected farmers in even big districts adding to the woes of farmers many of whom think life is not worth living anymore Add to this the apprehensions over the proposed Land Acquisition Bill and the plight of the state’s farmers is such that many cities have started witnessing a sudden influx of farmers from distant districts For them farming is just not worth the effort anymore If this continues the state would be facing perhaps the worst agrarian crisis in the last several decades Severe shortage and high process of wheat daal and vegetables is apprehended in coming days Representational image AFP Official figures indicate that the damage to farm produce is quite extensive As many as 67 districts all over UP are said to be affected most by hailstorm and excessive rain Of crops sown over 14021 lakh hectares in these 67 districts rains and hail have damaged crops on 95173 lakh hectares Official statistics also mention that crops on 5436 lakh hectares have suffered damage to the extent of 33 percent or more Of this the maximum damage has been suffered by wheat crop on nearly 41 lakh hectares Visuals of vast wheat fields flattened by the heavy rain and hail are common in most districts Besides wheat produce of mustard gram (chana) masoor peas (matar) potato and other vegetables have also been severely affected The state government it is learnt has submitted to the Centre a memorandum of more than Rs 6677 crore based on the district-wise reports of crop loss and the state’s Chief Secretary has been asked by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to follow it up The state has sought an advance of Rs 1000 crore to tide over the crisis While the Centre had announced that compensation would be paid even at 33 percent damage instead of the previous criterion of 50 percent loss the state’s Chief Secretary had reiterated that the minimum compensation amount would be Rs 1500 According to an official spokesman Rs 757 crore has been distributed so far to 1610 lakh farmers all over the state as compensation for crop loss And yet reports of cheques for Rs 75 and Rs 100 being given to farmers were all over the media in last couple of weeks Reports then said even these cheques were dishonoured by banks and that insurance companies were showing reluctance in settlement of farmers’ claims Regardless of the great crisis inevitable politics is being played over the issue While the ruling Samajwadi Party is constantly blaming the Centre for not giving enough money the Congress has refrained from becoming too critical of the SP government and joined the SP in attacking the Centre The BJP has blamedthe Akhilesh government of being insensitive to farmers’ plight And right from senior officials to the village-level lekhpal the state machinery is refuting strongly that any farmer has ended his life out of distress In recent weeks the state BJP leaders have been touring districts to assess crop damage State BJP leader OP Pandey said these included many Union ministers such as Rajnath Singh Nitin Gadkari Kalraj Mishra Manoj Sinha besides many MPs and the state BJP president Laxmikant Bajpai Brajesh Saurabh Mishra a former BJP legislator from Pratapgarh said that he had toured four districts and accompanied Bajpai in Kaushambi “We found crop loss up to 95 percent in some fields Farmers in Kaushambi told us that neither lekhpal nor tehsildar and naib tehsildars had visited them till last week and a lekhpal had later asked them to pay Rs 500 to prepare his report” Mishra said Most lekhpals in many districts had prepared reports without even once visiting the affected areas in Pratapgarh Sultanpur and Sitapur districts he said Cheques of meager amounts like Rs 70 had been given to farmers and when it caught the attention of the media even these cheques are not being given” he alleged While media reports mention suicides by farmers across the state the state BJP president Vijay Bahadur Pathak said district magistrates appeared under some kind of pressure to assert that affected farmers were dying of natural causes or illness “It is unfortunate that the state government in its communication to the Centre has mentioned that no farmer had ended his life because of distress” he said For the Congress it is coincidental that its belligerence on the issue of the proposed Land Acquisition Bill came at a time when farmers were a harried lot over damage to their crop State Congress leaders mobilized farmers through padyatras to raise awareness about the Kisan Rally in Delhi addressed by Rahul Gandhi on April 19 UPCC president Nirmal Khatri has been making the rounds of districts to make assessment of crop loss State Congress spokesman Surendra Rajput said he had himself visited Sitapur and Bahraich districts and found that the crop loss was more than 75 per cent in both districts “Severe hailstorm hit central and western districts of Agra Etah Mathura where the extent of damage is much more” Rajput said The state officials were deliberately reducing the extent of damage in their reports without caring for the farmers’ plight Rajput said adding that both the SP government in the state and the BJP-led led Central government had displayed “apathy” towards the farmers’ plight The Bahujan Samaj Party too has announced that it would launch an agitation demanding adequate assistance to the farmers and a day-long dharna and demonstration would be held in all districts of Uttar Pradesh on April 27 BSP president Mayawati has also asked her party MPs and MLAs to give as relief their one month salary directly to farmers affected by recent unseasonal rains and hailstorm in their respective constituencies A similar appeal had been made by senior UP minister Shivpal Yadav to all ministers and Samajwadi Party legislators while he announced that he would donate his month’s salary for relief of farmers suffering from losses due to unseasonal rains Leader of the BJP legislative party Suresh Kumar Khanna too has announced that all BJP legislators would donate one month’s salary to the state relief fund Ground realities indicate that it would take more than tokenism to make farmers tide over the crisis Chennai: Continuing her diatribe against the Congress-led UPA government AIADMK supremo and Chief Minister Jayalalithaa today accused it of failing to modernise the Indian armed forces and turning the Defence sector a ‘defenceless’ one Virtually targeting Defence Minister AK Antony and the government in entirety Jayalalithaa said the Centre’s alleged inaction to modernise the defence sector had resulted in issues including dwindling strength of naval fleet and manpower J Jayalalithaa AFP Referring to two submarine accidents that claimed about 20 lives Jayalalithaa said "Naval Chief Admiral D K Joshi resigned owning moral responsibility for these mishaps But I wonder why those responsible for this are still clinging to power" she said but did not mention Antony’s name She said despite CAG’s observation in 2009 no anti-fire equipment were purchased for navy submarines which had resulted in fatal fire accidents in INS Sindhurakshak and INS Sindhuratna The Navy and Air Force were suffering from depleted fleet strength while army was even facing manpower shortage she said at an election rally at suburban Meenambakkam "Congress-led Central government has made the Defence department defenceless The Defence Department has been ignored" she said and reminded people that the Lok Sabha polls was an opportunity for them to rewrite their destiny The coming elections are also an opportunity to "throw out" UPA government and also teach a lesson to DMK which had supported the Government at the Centre she said Jayalalithaa during her about an hour long address to a well-attended gathering focused her attention on the Centre ignoring the sentiments of Tamils on various issues including demand for boycotting CHOGM retrieval of Katchatheevu island among others "Do you need such a government I am confident that you will remove this government and ensure that AIADMK would have a greater role in the next government at the Centre to fulfill aspirations of people of Tamil Nadu" she said PTI “The main difference is it’s bigger and longer-range and it’s new, ?associate dean and principal, At that time I used to get Rs 1 per day and now I earn Rs 50 daily.
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