Barbara Bush

Barbara Bush was the first lady of the United States from 1989 to 1993 as the wife of George H. W. Bush, who served as the 41st president of the United States, founder of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, she was the second lady of the United States from 1981 to 1989. Among her six children are George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, Jeb Bush, the 43rd governor of Florida, she and Abigail Adams are the only two women to be the wife of one U. S. president and the mother of another. Barbara Pierce was born in New York City, she met George Herbert Walker Bush at the age of sixteen, the two married in Rye, New York in 1945, while he was on leave during his deployment as a Naval officer in World War II. They moved to Texas in 1948, where George began his political career. Barbara Pierce was born on June 8, 1925, at Booth Memorial Hospital, a Salvation Army facility at 314 East 15th Street on Stuyvesant Square in the New York City borough of Manhattan, to Pauline and Marvin Pierce.

Because Booth Memorial Hospital moved in 1954 to Flushing, her birthplace is sometimes misreported as having taken place there, but, an historical impossibility based on confusion about the hospital name. She was raised in the suburban town of New York, her father became president of McCall Corporation, the publisher of the popular women's magazines Redbook and McCall's. She had two elder siblings and James, a younger brother, Scott, her ancestor, Thomas Pierce Jr. an early New England colonist, was an ancestor of Franklin Pierce, 14th president of the United States. She was a fourth cousin, four times removed, of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Pierce and her three siblings were raised in a house on Onondaga Street in Rye, she attended Milton Public School from 1931 to 1937, Rye Country Day School until 1940 and the boarding school Ashley Hall in Charleston, South Carolina, from 1940 to 1943. In her youth, Pierce was athletic and enjoyed swimming and bike riding, her interest in reading began early in life.

When Pierce was 16 and on Christmas vacation, she met George H. W. Bush at a dance at the Round Hill Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut. After 18 months, the two became engaged to be married, just before he went off to World War II as a Navy torpedo bomber pilot, he named three of his planes after her: Barbara, Barbara II, Barbara III. When he returned on leave, she had discontinued her studies at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, they were married 73 years until her death on April 17, 2018, the longest married presidential couple in U. S. history until Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter beat their record on October 17, 2019. For the first eight months of their marriage, the Bushes moved around the Eastern United States, to places including Michigan and Virginia, where George Bush's Navy squadron training required his presence. Over the next 13 years and Barbara Bush had six children who, among them, gave the couple a total of 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren: George Walker Bush, who married Laura Welch on November 5, 1977.

They have twin daughters, two granddaughters. Pauline Robinson "Robin" Bush, who died of leukemia at age 3. John Ellis "Jeb" Bush Sr. who married Columba Garnica Gallo on February 23, 1974. They have three children, four grandchildren. Neil Mallon Bush, who married Sharon Smith in 1980, they have three children, two grandsons. Neil married Maria Andrews in 2004. Marvin Pierce Bush, who married Margaret Molster in 1981, they have two children. Dorothy Walker "Doro" Bush Koch, who married William LeBlond in 1982. Dorothy married Robert P. Koch in June 1992. After the war ended and Barbara had their first child while George was a student at Yale University. Famously, the child's first words were "How's Barbara?" - a phrase she had heard echo from her father daily on his return from work. The young family soon moved to Odessa, where George entered the oil business. In September 1949, Barbara's parents were in a car accident in New York and her mother was killed. Mrs. Bush was pregnant at the time with her second child, was advised not to travel to attend the funeral.

When the baby was born, she was named Pauline Robinson Bush in honor of Barbara's mother. The Bushes moved to the Los Angeles area for a time, to Midland, Texas in 1950; the Bushes would move some 29 times during their marriage. Over time, Bush built a business in the oil industry and joined with colleagues to start up the successful Zapata Corporation. Barbara raised her children while her husband was away on business. In 1953, the Bushes' daughter, died of leukemia; when their daughter Dorothy was born in August 1959, the Bushes moved from Midland to Houston. In 1963, George Bush was elected Harris County Republican Party chairman, in the first of what would become many elections. In 1964, he made his first run for a prominent political office—U. S. Senator from Texas. Although he lost the election, the exposure that the Bush family received put George and Barbara on the national scene. In 1966, George Bush was elected as a U. S. representative in Congress from Texas. Barbara raised her chil

Rythu Bandhu scheme

Rythu Bandhu scheme Farmers’ Investment Support Scheme is a welfare program to support farmer’s investment for two crops a year by the Government of Telangana. The government is providing 58.33 lakh farmers, ₹5000 per acre per season to support the farm investment, twice a year, for rabi and kharif seasons. This is a first direct farmer investment support scheme in India; the scheme was announced by the Chief Minister of Telangana, K. Chandrashekhar Rao at Farmers Coordination Committee conference at Jayashankar Agriculture University on 25 February 2018. An allocation of ₹12,000 crores was made in 2018-19 state budget, it was launched on 10 May 2018 at Dharmarajpalli village in Karimnagar. If a farmer has a lot of field such that they are due more than Rs. 49,000 they get a second check for the remaining amount. The scheme offers a financial help of ₹10,000 per year to each farmer. There is no cap on the number of acres, most of the farmers are small and marginal; the total farming land is 1.43 crore acres and the number of farmers in the state stood at 58.33 lakh.

Around 55% of population in Telangana make a living from agriculture. As of 16 February 2020, Rythu Bandhu has been stopped for farmers; the agriculture land holdings are: As per AP Land Ceiling Act 1976, any person cannot hold more than 51 acres agriculture land and 21 acres dryland. Tenant farmers were excluded from the scheme to prevent legal disputes arising out of tenancy. To prevent legal disputes, the tenancy column was removed from the newly issued Pattadar Passbook; the Chief Minister was the first farmer to forgo the support called as, Give it up!, given by the government and appealed to all rich farmers to do the same. The farmers who forgo the support, the money goes to the corpus of Rythu Samanvaya Samithi corpus; the money is given to the farmers through a bank bearer cheque. The Agriculture Extension Officers will supervise the Rythu Bandhu cheques distribution at village level, they make entries cheque details on a tablet computer provided to them for easy monitoring. Along with the cheque, the government is giving the new Pattadar Passbook, the title deed after an exercise to purify the land records was done by the government.

The new passbook is secure with 17 tamper-proof security features, a land bank website, Dharani, to have all land holdings in the state. A special dashboard software is being developed by the NIC to monitor the scheme remotely; the sample for the research is selected through random sampling. Annadatha Sukhibhava is a welfare program started by Andhra Pradesh Government to provide ₹15,000 investment support to small and marginal farmer’s family per annum which includes ₹6000 Central Government Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi share; the government is providing support to nearly 70 lakh farmers including tenant farmers. This farmer investment support scheme where the cash is paid directly into the Aadhaar linked bank accounts will cover all the farmers in the state on Family as unit basis without any conditions, it was formally started on 19-02-2019 by providing ₹1000 Initially by RTGS Center. MIT’s Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, a poverty alleviation institute, it is conducting the study for randomly selected sample and is using High-frequency monitoring in-Person Phone Survey and IVR based survey on the effectiveness of the scheme.

A 40-member team of professors is carrying out the calls

Itzik Kornfein

Yitzhak "Itzik" Kornfein is a retired Israeli goalkeeper who played for Beitar Jerusalem. He played for Hapoel Tiberias, Hapoel Jerusalem, Hapoel Ramat Gan, Hapoel Petah Tikva and Beitar Tel Aviv. In international football, Kornfein was capped at under-18 and under-21 level, played five times for the senior national team. Kornfein started playing for the youth team of Hapoel Jerusalem but after moving to Beitar in 1995, he became a true symbol and icon for Beitar fans. In his last 6 years as an active player, Kornfein was the captain of the Beitar Jerusalem squad. Kornfein won five titles as a player for Beitar: 3 Championships: 1997, 1998, 2007 1 Toto cup 1997/8 1 Peace cup 2000 including back-to-back Championships in 1997 and 1998. Few days before the beginning of training sessions previous to the 07-08 playing season, Korenfine announced his retirement as a player, he was named as the club's general manager. Kornfein holds a BA in Economics and Marketing from the Open University of Israel, an MA in Business Administration from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem