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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: October 6,it has now become a three-way race with Wright and former Pakistan coach Richard Pybus being the other two.which we are sure will form a Bible for the duos’ zillion fans and even otherwise! Indrani reached Kolkata today only to attend a family function at her parents? The worst-hit areas, Rs. which has clinically been proven to relieve stress and improve well-being. Heads Up for Employers We have seen the NLRB expand its traditional role into areas where it had not gone before, especially those working in lower levels in the government because inflation has gone up.will be taken care of. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSunset at Bears Ears National Monument Bob Wick/BLM Science and politics collide over Bears Ears and other national monuments By Carolyn GramlingApr 27 2017 11:15 AM President Donald Trump signed an executive order yesterday calling on the Department of the Interior (DOI) to review “all Presidential designations or expansions of designations under the Antiquities Act made since January 1 1996” Why would a new president with so much on his plate care about 24 parcels of land and sea that his three immediate predecessors decided to protect permanently The answer not surprisingly is politics Opponents of such designations see them as unwanted federal interventions And that’s why Trump has asked Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to review those decisions starting with an expanse of land in southeastern Utah surrounding a twin pair of mesas known as Bears Ears Its designation was one of former President Barack Obama’s last acts in office “In December of last year alone the federal government asserted this power over 135 million acres of land in Utah known as Bears Ears—I’ve heard a lot about Bears Ears and I hear it’s beautiful—over the profound objections of the citizens of Utah” Trump said during a signing ceremony at DOI “The Antiquities Act does not give the federal government unlimited power to lock up millions of acres of land and water and it’s time we ended this abusive practice” he added Why do scientists think Bears Ears should be a national monument And why are some Utahns so angry Let’s dig in What sort of antiquities might it hold Bears Ears preserves one of the best records in the United States of the middle to late Triassic the era of the rise of the dinosaurs It contains rocks dating to between 240 million and 200 million years old according to paleontologist Robert Gay now at the Colorado Canyons Association in Grand Junction who had spearheaded the push for the designation and talked to ScienceInsider when the monument was created in December 2016 The Triassic was a strange time Gay notes with “little tiny puny things running around getting eaten by everything else out there giant toilet-headed reptiles strange plant-eating crocodiles with giant pig snouts Dinosaurs were a rare and minor component of this ecosystem” Right on top of those rocks in Bears Ears Gay says are rock layers from the very early Jurassic with “dinosaurs everywhere It’s one of the few places in the US where we can directly document that huge faunal turnover” Archaeologists have also long pushed for the Bears Ears designation noting that it contains more than 100000 archaeological sites including cliff dwellings rock art and other structures belonging to Ancestral Pueblo people What’s the value of a national monument designation aside from protection Frankly it’s about money Utah like many states has struggled to fund its own paleontology program The state’s Bureau of Land Management office currently has just one paleontologist and two law enforcement officers The national monument designation comes with a mandate for more funding for law enforcement which means more eyes on the ground to keep fossil thieves at bay and more money for education “so that people know there are fossils out there” Gay says Can Trump really reverse the designation A president designates a national monument under the Antiquities Act using authority delegated to him by Congress So in effect the creation of a monument is an act of Congress That’s why a subsequent president can’t just undo its creation by an executive order But it’s not clear whether the president can use the Antiquities Act to rescind or shrink a monument something that would be unprecedented Trump’s directive to Zinke may or may not set any such changes in motion: He directs the secretary to “review” whether the monuments are of historic or scientific interest—and whether the amount of land set aside is appropriate to meet this designation The order also directs Zinke to ponder multiple uses on these lands and whether the designation affects the use of lands not within the boundaries For Bears Ears Trump wants a preliminary report with suggested legislative acts within 45 days Do scientists think the land set aside in the Bears Ears National Monument is big enough to protect its treasures Not surprisingly Obama’s order was a compromise There’s a large region called Red Canyon that was dropped from the final monument boundary—it too contains a trove of Triassic fossils Gay says But mining companies are interested in its uranium deposits and pushed successfully to exclude the canyon in the monument Red Canyon has an existing mine the Daneros Uranium Mine which produces a concentrated form of uranium (known as yellow cake) to make fuel rods for power plants The national monument designation would prohibit new mining operations and the mine’s owner Energy Fuels is seeking to expand the mine from its current 2 hectares to about 19 hectares Who contested Bears Ears’ designation Land management is an extremely touchy issue in Utah where some 65% of the state’s land is owned by the federal government Two decades earlier President Bill Clinton had angered many state leaders with the designation of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (see below); the battle over Bears Ears has tapped into that long-simmering anger In July 2016 Representative Rob Bishop (R–UT) who is also the chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources and Representative Jason Chaffetz (R–UT) rolled out their Utah Public Lands Initiative which included plans for what is now Bears Ears National Monument However the proposal which promoted fossil fuel development in parts of the region and allowed motorized recreation met with stiff opposition from both environmental and tribal groups as well as from the Bureau of Land Management and the US Forest Service Bishop and Chaffetz tried unsuccessfully to win House approval for their plan before President Obama made the announcement Is Bears Ears the primary target The period Trump chose extending back to 1996 includes two of the most controversial monuments in recent years: Bears Ears and the nearby Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument also in Utah That monument spans about 760000 hectares and has proved since its designation to be fertile ground for hunting dinosaur bones particularly from the Late Cretaceous In 2002 scientists unearthed the giant 75-million-year-old duckbilled dinosaur Gryposaurus monumentensis The region has yielded a diverse array of tens of thousands of fossils including horned dinos called ceratopsians such as Kosmoceratops richardsoni duck-billed dinos and two new species of tyrannosaurs—including the 81-million-year-old Lythronax argestes the oldest known tyrannosaurid Grand Staircase-Escalante also contains ruins and rock art from both the pre-Columbian Fremont people and the Ancestral Pueblo peoples Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: January 1 2010 3:56 am Related News The Etah policein a joint operation with the Gurgaon policeon Thursday found a skeleton which is believed to be of Mohammad Azharuddina student of the Delhi Public School in Gurgaon who was kidnapped on November 21 for ransom The skeleton was found in a ditch in Jaithara area on the basis of information given by Manoj Yadav and Syyed Aftabtwo of the five arrested persons who were brought to Etah by the Gurgaon police The police also arrested Prem Singh (34) and Balistar (33)both of Kesaripur villagewho were alleged accomplices in the crime While Prem Singh is maternal uncle of ManojBalistar is a relative of Prem Singh During questioningPrem Singh allegedly told the police that after kidnapping AzharuddinManoj and Syyed Aftab had brought him to Etah in a car Prem Singh and Balistar met them in Jaithara area Togetherthey drove to an isolated place where Azharuddin was strangulated After killing Azharuddinthey threw the body in a thicket and drove away Later in the eveningthey returnedstripped the body of all clothesburnt these and threw the body in a ditch?

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