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Many expressed outrage, saying the message promotes ‘rape culture.’ A crowd also gathered in front of the house on Labour Day to protest the sign that has since been removed from the property. On the contrary, some believe people are being too sensitive and it was just meant as a joke. “I know it’s a joke. You’re not actually going to go drop your daughter off there. I don’t have a problem with it,” said Emily Arkell, a Queen’s student. READ MORE: University of Lethbridge professor found guilty of assault “I think it’s a joke. A dumb joke. I understand people’s different opinions but it’s probably just stupid boys,” laughed Lauren Harrison, a Queen’s student.The Principal of Queen’s says there’s nothing funny about it. In a social media Daniel Woolf, the Principal and Vice-CHancellor of Queen’s University says there’s nothing funny about it. In a social media post, he called the near campus behaviour “unsafe” and “disrespectful.” He said security has visited the property and is filing a complaint with the non-academic misconduct office.
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It blamed a "serious breach of trust within the government". Earlier it emerged that the prime minister's father had written a letter recommending a convicted paedophile have his "honour restored". This old Icelandic system permits convicts to have certain civil rights restored - enabling them to run for public office, qualify for certain government jobs or serve as a attorney or solicitor, for example - if three letters of recommendation from "respectable" citizens are provided. Iceland to end capital controls from 2008 financial crisis But Icelanders have been horrified by the secret backing for Hjalti Sigurjón Hauksson - convicted of raping his stepdaughter almost every day for 12 years. The Rekjavik Grapevine news site quotes the survivor of Hauksson's abuse as saying it was "surreal" that he should receive restored honour. The government has also been accused of an attempted cover-up after it refused to disclose who had written the letter of recommendation. It only emerged on Thursday that it was Benedikt Sveinsson, Prime Minister Benediktsson's father, but the prime minister is said to have been informed about his involvement in July. Image caption Public trust in politicians has been eroded by the 2008 financial crash and last year's revelations of hidden offshore assets, which brought down Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson and inspired days of "red card" protests Icelandic journalist Hjortur Gudmundsson says the coalition's position was already fragile, as it had a majority of only one parliamentary seat before Bright Future withdrew its support. Calls are growing for a general election as there are few possible options for an alternative coalition to take power, he says. "Since the economic crash of 2008 there has been a lot of suspicion towards politicians and a huge onus on honesty," Gudmundsson says. "This is not the first time controversy has been linked to the PM - he was implicated in the Panama Papers [which brought down the previous government, in which he was finance minister].
After all, orange is the colour of Bajrang Bali Hanuman. Similarly, Thursday being associated with Sai Baba will see yellow bed sheets. | TNN | Updated: Apr 26, 2017, 03.29 PM IST This is being done in the name of ‘Operation Indradhanush’ under the Swachch Bharat campaign As many as 4,900 bedsheets, costing about Rs 12 lakh, have been purchased for the purpose Tuesday saw orange (colour of Bajrang Bali Hanuman) bed sheets in the wards at PL Sharma district hospital in Meerut MEERUT: Every Tuesday, PL Sharma district hospital in Meerut will have orange bedsheets on all its 300 beds in the wards . After all, orange is the colour of Bajrang Bali Hanuman. Similarly, Thursday being associated with Sai Baba will see yellow bed sheets. Why? Hospital authorities have come up with a "seven-colour scheme" that will see bedsheets on each day of the week given the colour associated with various Hindu gods. This is being done in the name of 'Operation Indradhanush' under the Swachch Bharat campaign that advises all hospitals to have bedsheets in different colours based on the VIBGYOR (violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red) pattern so that these are changed every day. Just that hospital authorities in Meerut have tweaked the direction to bring Hindu gods in. As many as 4,900 bedsheets, costing about Rs 12 lakh, have been purchased for the purpose. Dr PK Bansal, superintendent-in-chief at the district hospital, said, "Under kaya kalp scheme of Swachch Bharat campaign, Operation Indradhanush has been introduced wherein we have been told to get bedsheets of different colours for each day of the week.
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