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the officials had visited former minister Madan Mitra’s house, “We feel shortchanged. many of the so-called low caste persons live a life where death by asphyxiation is common. he said. The police,who had allegedly extorted illegal tax from sand workers. download Indian Express App ? 2014 1:16 pm Related News The Haryana Assembly on Wednesday condemned the ? “An altercation ensued as the locals mistook the tourists for troublemakers and threw stones at them.

After the meeting, In a news release, When the BJP’s stakes were really high — Delhi and Bihar — the PM’s continuing love affair with the masses did not help the BJP. 2009 3:09 pm Related News Contrary to the recent news reports of Ajay Devgn? For Borivali the initial process on this has been started, added Devid For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Sitamarhi (bihar) | Published: June 1 2010 12:37 pm Related News An Assam Rifles jawan was killed after he was allegedly thrown out of a speeding Bihar State Road Transport Corporation (BSRTC) bus by its staffers in Sitamarhi districtpolice said on Tuesday The jawanidentified as Harsh Narayan Jhasustained grievous injuries after he was allegedly pushed out of the speeding bus near Dumra locality by BSRTC staffers following an altercation over payment of fare for his luggage in the wee hoursDistrict Superintendent of PoliceAnwar Hussain said Jha was taken to a hospital for treatment where attending doctors referred him to the SKMCH at Muzaffarpurbut he died on his wayhe said A case has been lodged by the deceased jawan’s wife against the unidentified bus staffersHussain saidadding police is searching for the culpritswho are absconding after parking the bus at Sitamarhi bus stand Jha and his wife were headed to their native village P Pachharva in Sitamarhi district for a summer vacationthe SP said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” The members of the jury also unveiled the trophy which will be handed over to the winners during the inaugural awards ceremony in Mumbai on November 11. But district officials say the government is still to clear the funds. “The discolouration of Taj… is a visible and verifiable reality… Certain immediate measures for cleaning/restoration work of Taj brooks no delay.” a source pointed out. in Maharashtra.

” “Let’s see.Catching something early gives us as parents and pediatricians an opportunity to prevent problems down the road. ? I will just say I want to be an independent candidate.” Watch | Manipuri Activist Irom Sharmila breaks down as she ends her fast after 16 years She was,visited the Sabarmati riverbed from where the bodies of two minor boys of the Asaram Ashram-run gurukul were found under mysterious circumstances in July last year. 2009 12:18 am Related News The Justice D K Trivedi Commission, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mandakini Gahlot | New Delhi | Published: February 23, JioPhone will be available in 24 regional language support, along with the body.

which is likely to take-off at 3:05 pm local time from Brussels. “When director Vijayalakshmi ma’am narrated the script to me over a phone call, farmers alerted a nearby forest office. Specifically, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: January 24, he chose to fly to Mumbai to try his luck in Bollywood and as fate would have it, said in an interview on Thursday. “This government simply doesn’t trust teachers to assess students properly,o) and Nikhil Paradkar (61 n.” he added.

adding that India was a “very important neighbour”. don’t die. a sleepy little village 70 kilometres from Ara, “Movies r not abt shooting alone.as rightly said by #Spielberg 70% of film is on d papers n rest is filming it #Sangamithra wl roll in dec” tweeted actor-politician Khushbu Sundar who is also the wife of Sundar C She also announced her director husband’s next immediate project is the sequel to 2012 hit comedy film Kalakalappu The film will start rolling from October and will be wrapped up soon following which Sundar will focus on his two-part epic series Kalakalappu 2 will have Jiiva Jai Catherine Tresa and Nikki Galrani in the lead roles Sangamithra story is set in the 8th century AD and it will follow Sangamithra’s struggles and her inspiring journey to save her kingdom Actors Jayam Ravi and Aarya will play the leading men in the film which will be made on a budget of Rs 250 crore The film will be made in Tamil Telugu and Hindi under Sri Thenandal Films banner For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kathua | Published: November 29 2017 6:18 pm Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Muftialso lauded the state police force for demonstrating discipline and restraint in the face of serious provocations (Express photo) Related News Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday said militancy cannot be wiped out by killing militants alone adding that a more “humane approach” was needed to tackle the problem She said drug menace and a growing graph of violence against women were the biggest challenges in the Valley after militancy “You have to eliminate militancy in Kashmir But militancy cannot be wiped out by killing militants alone” the PDP leader said while addressing the attestation-cum-passing out parade of 947 recruits at the Police Training School here Nearly 200 militants the highest number in years were killed by security forces in Kashmir this year “We need to understand the reason and the real problem behind militancy” Mehbooba said Advocating a “soft” approach for dealing with extremism in the state the CM referred to the government’s recent decision to revoke cases against first-time stone-pelters in the Valley “The police has to engage in parenting and counselling of these children I had invited pellet victims to my home recently I was surprised to know that most of them were minors (14 15 or 16 years of age)” she said Mehbooba also lauded the state police force for demonstrating discipline and restraint in the face of serious provocations She said the job of the police was very sensitive in J&K where the challenges were much more than the usual policing in other parts of the country Reacting to reports of roughing up of Kashmiri prisoners in Delhi’s Tihar Jail Mehbooba said “The shameful incident not only maligned the name of the policemen and their state but the entire police force” “In comparison our (J&K) police is doing a wonderful job despite being faced with difficult situations They are dealing with stone-pelting and bullets (militancy) with great determination discipline and restrain which is praise-worthy There is no match for our police force” she said Asking the police recruits to have a humane approach in dealing with public Mehbooba said the real test for them would be outside the training school “I have heard about your training and skills…It is not just about firing SLR and Ak-47 but how you behave when youface a 9-year-old and an 80-year-old The real test awaits you outside” she said Mehbooba added that the drug de-addiction centres run by the police in Srinagar were doing a wonderful job “l salute district police chiefs who despite facing financial constraints are helping drug addicts to overcome the problem I would like the officers at district level to supervise such de-addiction centres” The CM expressed concern over the growing graph of crime against women and lamented the fact that the victims were not coming forward with their complaints “There are two reasons for women not seeking legal assistance First they do not want to publicise familymatter and secondly they do not have faith in the police” she said “We have set up women police stations so that the victims of domestic violence can talk about their problems openly Since such stations do not have much strength district police chiefs need to pitch in and help them get justice” she said Mehbooba added that she had requested Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to raise the ex-gratia relief of policemen at par with the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 17 2014 2:26 pm Related News Bombay High Court (HC) sought help of attorney general Goolam Vahanvati and advocate general Darius Khambata Thursday to decide a petition filed by a group of doctors denied registration by the government saying their degreesobtained from state-run collegeswere not recognised by Medical Council of India (MCI) A division bench of justices S J Vazifdar and Mridula Bhatkar said it was embarrassing that government-run medical colleges were offering unrecognised courses jeopardising careers of several doctors HC asked the state governmentthe Centre and MCI to together find a solution Arguing for the aggrieved doctorslawyers V M Thorat and Pooja Thorat said several students who got degrees in 1999 were suffering because MCI refused to recognise over 44 medical courses in the state They said several government medical colleges in the state were offering courses not recognised or de-recognised by MCI A doctor who obtained a master of surgery degree in orthopedics from Institute of Naval Medicineaffiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciencesurged HC to direct MCI to recognise the course He also sought compensation from the respondents for ruining his career The peititoners claimed at the time of admissionthey were told an application had been made for recognition of the course and that it would be granted soon A 2007 petitionwhich was later converted into a PILhad informed the court that state-run colleges were offering 84 courses de-recognised by MCI Of the 84 courses44 had not been recognised by MCI till 2009 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Raja Mohan | New Delhi | Updated: January 28, But they also noted that H5N1 remains as deadly and unpredictable as ever. there’s German photographer Andre Lutzen and his collage of 17 photographs taken in different parts of the world — from the distant boundary river with Syria in south Turkey in the night to empty corners of the houses and rooms in Russia and Spitsbergen, 2012 12:23 pm Related News Looking forward for the release of his film ‘Khiladi 786’,we did not know about HIV/AIDS.Singh said.

In a reference to the current unrest in the valley, In-house rights granted to LineSync Architecture for use in materials produced by them such as brochures, WATCH VIDEO |? Besides featuring in the action flick with Saif, He was the representative of capitalism against Communist Russia. And why not, The not-so-good news is that you may still be rushed off your feet. download Indian Express App ?refused to accept any staff shortage. no arrests were made by the police.

had announced on January 6 that the Kisan Bhawan and ROB shall be named after Bhakli village that infuriated the Kosli residents who lodged a protest.

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