WARANGAL SUNDAY NOVEMBER 01, 2020 `8.00 PAGES 32 CITY EDITION TOP U.S. FIRMS BACK ACTION AGAINST TRUMP’S H-1B RULES Forty-six ﬁrms including Facebook and Google have ﬁled an amicus brief backing a legal challenge to the new H-1B rules THE BONE OF CONTENTION It comes days after US President Donald Trump’s administration proposed to scrap the computerised lottery system to grant H-1B work visas and replace it with a wage-level-based selection process. The US government said the new selection process will incentivise employers to offer higher wages or petition for positions requiring higher-skilled workers ■ 5.83 lakh ‘NEW RULES MAY STUNT U.S. RECOVERY’ ■ The amicus curie states the new process’ thrust on higher wages will make it harder for US firms to hire skilled foreign workers It may “stunt the US economy’s recovery from the pandemic, and lead to greater reliance by US firms on operations abroad,” the document, also signed by Twitter, Apple and Microsoft, warned PEOPLE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING IN THE U.S. ON H1-B VISAS, SAYS THE REPORT CHENNAI ■ MADURAI ■ VIJAYAWADA ■ BENGALURU ■ KOCHI ■ HYDERABAD ■ VISAKHAPATNAM ■ COIMBATORE ■ KOZHIKODE ■ THIRUVANANTHAPURAM ■ BELAGAVI ■ BHUBANESWAR ■ SHIVAMOGGA ■ MANGALURU ■ TIRUPATI ■ TIRUCHY ■ TIRUNELVELI ■ SAMBALPUR ■ HUBBALLI ■ DHARMAPURI ■ KOTTAYAM ■ KANNUR ■ VILLUPURAM ■ KOLLAM ■ WARANGAL ■ TADEPALLIGUDEM ■ NAGAPATTINAM ■ THRISSUR ■ KALABURAGI KCR declares war against Centre over Farm Act Centre to release `224.5 crore to TS for flood relief E N S @ Hyderabad THE Centre will release `224.5 crore as an immediate measure to the Telangana State Disaster Relief Fund (SDRF) for flood relief and crop loss compensation, Minister of State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy said on Saturday . The Centre’s relief package will be declared once its fivemember team, which toured TS to assess the damage, submits its report, he said. As per the norms, the SDRF money would have been released in February/March 2021, Kishan said, claiming that it is because he intervened that it is being released earlier. CONTINUED ON P3 TS becomes third State, after Punjab and Rajasthan, to protest against recent law @ Hyderabad obeying unique universal rules sunday l november 01, 2020 PaGes 08 Panacea ultiMate for rousing energy HHM village HHM World: a futuristic coMPany Panacea ultimate for rousing energy (PURE) is a product designed by HHM, after researching for more than 20 years from Vedic practice called Agnihotra. PURE contains two components: Panacea ultimate and PURE pyramid. Panacea ultimate is an intelligent combination of 43 herbs handpicked specifically from different geography at various seasons. What is special about HHM Village is that mud houses will be constructed by a special Tribal community who resides at Marayoor in Idukki in Kerala. The construction method is unique which is known only to this special Tribal group. It is a UNESCO-recognised construction method. The 50 houses of HHM Village will generate employment opportunity for them. HHM World is a futuristic company exploring potentials of wellness industry in line with new normal after Covid-19 pandemic. The company headquartered at Chalavara in Palakkad district of Kerala, is committed to developing value-added products based on scientific research, which help in enhancing the levels of quality living. Dr. Jayakrishnan says “Success in life underlies in adjusting the receptive infrastructure of the physical body and to obey the unique universal rules”. The receptive infrastructure of human body refers to the capacity of an individual to inhale the essential cosmic rays in abundance and HHM insists that it is the responsibility of each and every individual to collect them for their best. Holistic Human Metaphysics (HHM) illustrates techniques and tools to balance the energy flow in the human body. Since every human being is unique, HHM provides simple living habits which are personally customised. CHENNAI ■ MADURAI ■ VIJAYAWADA ■ BENGALURU ■ KOCHI ■ HYDERABAD ■ VISAKHAPATNAM ■ COIMBATORE ■ KOZHIKODE ■ THIRUVANANTHAPURAM ■ BELAGAVI ■ BHUBANESWAR ■ SHIVAMOGGA ■ MANGALURU ■ TIRUPATI ■ TIRUCHY ■ TIRUNELVELI ■ SAMBALPUR ■ HUBBALLI ■ DHARMAPURI ■ KOTTAYAM ■ KANNUR ■ VILLUPURAM ■ KOLLAM ■ WARANGAL ■ TADEPALLIGUDEM ■ NAGAPATTINAM ■ THRISSUR ■ KALABURAGI A PMD initiAtive exPress focus raInbow route to haPPIness Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has offered to resign if BJP leaders prove that their claims on the provision of funds by the Centre to TS are true. Refuting their claims that the Centre has been giving funds to the TS government for disbursing monthly social security pensions, Rao said it was giving a paltry sum to the State. “If my statement is false, I will resign as Chief Minister,” Rao said at a poll campaign ahead of the Dubbaka by-election, at Kodakandla CONTINUED ON P4 in Jangaon district on Saturday. istic ol h s WILL RESIGN IF PROVEN WRONG, SAYS KCR An m e um PhYsic Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao makes a fist as he urges farmers to fight the Centre’s ‘dangerous’ policies, at a public meeting in Kodakandla, Jangaon humAn life h A rAdicAl trAnsformAtion for tA anything more than the minimum support price (MSP) to paddy farmers, i.e., `1,888 per CHIEF Minister and Telangana quintal. “Grind your teeth and Rashtra Samithi (TRS) presi- raise your fist as the Central dent K Chandrasekhar government has no afRao has declared war fection towards farmagainst the Centre ers,” he urged the over its ‘anti-farmer farmers. policies’, alleging that After launching the Grind your teeth it shows “no affection and raise your fist Rythu Vedika, Rao as the Central govt said the FCI had made towards farmers”. has no affection With this, Telangait explicitly clear that na has become the towards farmers... paddy should be purThe FCI has told all third State, after Punchased at `1,888 per States not to pay a jab and Rajasthan, to quintal. single rupee over protest against the re- and above `1,888 “The FCI has told cently passed Farm all States not to pay (MSP) to paddy Act. even a single rupee farmers Addressing a public over and above `1,888. meeting at Kodakand- K Chandrasekhar Rao, If the State governChief Minister la in Jangaon district ments pay anything on Saturday Rao asked , extra, the FCI will not the farmers of Telangana to procure such paddy It has even . fight against the Centre’s poli- issued orders to this effect,” the cies as the Food Corporation of Chief Minister said, holding up India (FCI) has prohibited the a copy of the order. CONTINUED ON P4 State governments from paying EXPRESS NEWS SERVICE IntroducIng dr. t P JayakrIshnan whose lIfe-changIng methods of holIstIc human metaPhysIcs are all set to take the world by storm the universe runs on a highly precise mathematical balance. if superintelligence has brought you to this planet earth, it certainly means that there is a grand purpose behind it dr. t P Jayakrishnan Our cOrrespOndent A s our taxi drove past the village of Chalavara, 20 km north of Shoranur, the countryside seemed pictureperfect with paddy fields, coconut trees, interspersed with thick, shimmering forest foliage. I was going to interview Dr. T P Jayakrishnan, the inventor of Holistic Human Metaphysics, a philosophy founded on science, analysis, and astute calculations to fight one’s so-called given fate. It was a while before the car took a turn and suddenly a huge palatial structure showed up facing the hillock across the paddy field. The vehicle stopped before the high walls of a rather different yet traditional looking mansion: Palat Palace, residence of Dr. T P Jayakrishnan. I should admit that such massiveness was pretty unprecedented. It was a Palace, literally spread over 2 acres of land almost covering the entire land area sparing only a few spread for gardens with three waterfalls. It had plenty of rooms empanelled with brass, wood and marble. Even the porch was a sight to behold, with plenty of cars. Luxury cars. A well-pruned garden meandered around a swimming pool. At a corner of the courtyard was a huge temple devoted to elephant God Ganesha and Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of wealth. We went up in a small wooden elevator. We sat in a well-appointed hall. Soon Dr. T P Jayakrishnan greeted us. I sensed a profound presence in him. What transpired was a deep conversation on the subject of metaphysics and how Dr. T P Jayakrishnan and his team of scientists have given shape to a new way towards human wellness, wealth, and happiness. Dr. Jayakrishnan stumbled upon the world of metaphysics when he hit a rough patch in his life. At one point he was told that as per astrology his stars were not aligned with his wife Usha Jayakrishnan’s and their marriage will be shortlived. The hardships faced by Dr. T P Jayakrishnan after this point were unparalleled including severe financial crisis. The burning desire to overcome this prediction and to lead a happy life drove him deeper and deeper into the mystery of the universe. He met with his mentor Dr. Nimay Banerjee who encouraged him to ask questions and find answers. He achieved everything he dreamt of. He is now healthy, wealthy and surrounded by a loving family of his wife, children and grandchildren. So what was the magic that changed his life? The simple ways he practised, along with his findings, he turned into a branch of metaphysics called the Holistic Human Metaphysics (HHM). An 8-page Express Focus ‘A Radical Transformation for Human Life’ with today’s edition DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER THE FIRST AND FINEST JAMES BOND Legend has it that Bond author Ian Fleming, who LEGENDARY actor, Sir Sean was initially sceptical of Connery, known widely for Connery playing the part, playing James Bond, has was so impressed by the died at the age of 90, after a Scottish actor’s portrayal prolonged battle with illness. that he gave the Bond charThe actor’s tryst with play- acter Scottish ancestry in ing Bond began with Dr No his later books. A poll by a . (1962), when he was 32, and British weekly magazine lasted for as many as seven this year, on Connery’s 90th Bond films. birthday declared him as the , best Bond ever. 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