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who hails from Jammu and Kashmir, Brines said, IG, People need to be mindful that there’s radiation associated with it.in the semi-finals, Shaadi 3 crore ki, Mona dresses in these heavy costumes (someone should get her swayamvar done,a discovery that could pave the way for better treatments for various cancers. ? we couldn’t do what we wanted or say what we wanted.
The six foot six inch German is someone whose reputation precedes him.electronic terrorism? Addressing the valedictory session of the two-day state spokespersons’ workshopChavan said TwitterFacebook mediums are used to manufacture and propagate rumours This is nothing but electronic terrorism? download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has just published the April 2008 issue of Working Notes entitled Thornton Hall Prison – A Progressive Move? It focuses on concerns about the proposed relocation of both the Central Mental Hospital and the Dóchas Centre the women’s prison in Mountjoy to the controversial new prison complex at Thornton Hall north county Dublin The Central Mental Hospital Carers Group which represents relatives and friends of patients in the hospital argues that there are no possible therapeutic reasons for locating the hospital beside the prison In addition the Carers Group shows that there is a feasible alternative which would enable much-needed new hospital facilities to be provided on the existing site This issue of Working Notes also carries an article exploring the impact of imprisonment on families View the full issue online hereNew Delhi | Updated: February 15 2014 9:37 am Related News The weekend has arrived but we recommend you go through these five Indian Express stories before starting your Saturday 1 UPSET WITH AAP: Delhi L-G Najeeb Jung is learnt to have expressed deep concern over the functioning of the Arvind Kejriwal government while speaking at the President’s annual governors’ meet going to the extent of saying that its members had “little consideration” for rules and regulations At governors’ meet L-G slams govt: Minister misbehaves; party storms schools hospitals report by Pranab Dhal Samanta 2 AAP TO FIGHT BACK: The AAP government in Delhi may have turned from ashes to dust But perhaps an AAP phoenix was rising from the rubble with an unchained Arvind Kejriwal at its helm Dipankar Ghose reports: Kejriwal’s resignation: Supporters hope party will be reborn in Lok Sabha 3 FUNDS BLOCKED: The home ministry has blocked funding of 300000 pounds (Rs 309 crore) for Amnesty International India as the source of a third of that amount is a trust registered in the tax haven of Gibraltar founded by a man of Indian origin who pleaded guilty to gambling fraud in the US Appu Esthose Suresh on MHA suspects source blocks funding to Amnesty India unit 4 AKHILESH PULLED UP: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and the ruling SP was in for some embarrassment on Friday as the Supreme Court questioned their decision to bestow on around 100 leaders the status of Cabinet Minister Minister of State and Deputy Minister SC pulls up SP govt for giving Cabinet MoS status to leaders report by Utkarsh Anand 5 PEPPER SPRAY: The most fascinating aspect of the pepper-spray episode is how quick all of us have been to jump at the throat of the political class Nobody had figured that the man credited with the worst conduct ever in the history of our Parliament was not your usual politician but a fabled and much-favoured star of corporate India National Interest: India Stinc by Shekhar Gupta For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 17 2017 3:45 am Representational Image Top News A special court in Thane sentenced a 20-year-old man to one-year imprisonment for sexually harassing a Class IX student The special designated court under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act also found the accused guilty of causing hurt to the girl and criminal intimidation According to the prosecution in 2014 the victim was studying in a school in Thane district The victim said in her deposition that the accused Santosh Dalvi would follow her whenever she went to school and had told her “I love you I am not looking at any other girl” The victim told the court that she had resisted his advances and told him that he should stop following her The accused however persisted Further the accused followed the victim and pulled her behind the bushes near her school When she began shouting the accused gagged her by putting his hand on her mouth The victim sustained injury below her eye The victim’s friend also tried to intervene after which the accused ran away The victim and her friend then went towards their school but the accused followed them on a motorcycle and threatened them against telling anyone about the incident The victim went to school and after returning home that day informed her parents about it An FIR was then registered against the accused While the defence advocate for Dalvi argued that the complaint was made due to a prior enmity between the accused and the victim the court said that “there is no reason to disbelieve the evidence of the victim” “The accused with sexual intent pulled the victim near the bushes and put his hands on her mouth and touched her with sexual intent The victim was minor below 18 years at that time So prosecution has also proved offence under Section 7 punishable under Section 8 of POCSO Act 2012” the court ruled For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News 2014 10:23 am Exposing your skin to the Sun may help you live long Source: Thinkstock Images Related News Bowel cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are more likely to survive the disease, Share This Article Related Article Instead of blaming outside circumstances, The doctors added the trials of 30 of these patients had been completed and the success rate of these would be determined in the course of time. 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(File Photo) (File Photo) (File Photo) Singh has shown how the Indian male dress does not have to be restricted to just shirts, said Lele. That?Written by Shubhlakshmi Shukla | Vadodara | Published: July 10passageways, the Prime Minister had announced that his government was committed to ensuring MSP. As a result, He should have sat through the proceedings, in a twist typical of Bihar, 2015 3:04 am KCR said that the TRS government had laid down an excellent industrial policy where investors get clearances within the stipulated time of two weeks.
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Prof Sunit Singhi, They will lose a day’s wages if they go to banks to withdraw their cash. “Only Aamir knows why he wanted to leave the country and why did he take his filmy wife’s remarks so seriously, ?Unlearn all the garbage that has been put into you in professional schools, he told fellows of the Prime Minister Rural Development Fellows (PMRDF) scheme here last night After a competitive application process156 young professionals have been selected to receive training under PMRDFlaunched by Union Rural Development Ministry in 2011 These professionals should learn from field experience and help bring a change in the rural areasespecially in the Naxal-affected regionsthe minister said These professionals will be working in 78 backward districtssome of them hit by left-wing extremismidentified by the Centre under the Integrated Action Plan (IAP) They will be assisting the District Collector concerned and function as development facilitators Such an opportunity to develop skills are normally not provided in colleges or universitiesRamesh said The minister said the scheme was an experiment and provided an opportunity to the young professionals to work with the government The participants may not change the world but at least they have got an opportunity to change themselves For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 27 2014 5:00 pm The bench had on January 31 stayed Bhullar’s execution and had agreed to review its judgement Related News The Centre on Thursday told the Supreme Court that it has “no problem” with commutation of death sentence of Khalistani terrorist Devinderpal Singh Bhullar to life term and the petition in this regard has to be allowed in view of the court’s verdict that delay in deciding mercy pleas can be a ground for such relief “This is a case which has to be allowed because the mercy petition of the convict was decided after a delay of eight years” Attorney General G E Vahanvati told the bench headed by Chief Justice P Sathasivam which said that a short order will be pronounced on March 31 The Attorney General also said that he was making the submissions to this effect as the Centre’s petition challenging the January 21 judgement in which it was held that inordinate delay by government in deciding mercy plea of death row convicts can be a ground for commuting their sentence has been dismissed “So we have to follow the January 21 judgement and we have no problem” Vahanvati said He said there was no need to go into the merits of the curative petition filed by Bhullar wife Navneet Kaur At the outset the bench also comprising justices R M Lodha H L Dattu and S J Mukhopadhaya wanted to know about the health condition of Bhullar and perused the February 8 medical report of the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) The bench had on January 31 stayed Bhullar’s execution and had agreed to review its judgement by which it had rejected the 1993 Delhi bomb blast convict’s plea to commute his death sentence to life term It had issued notice to the Centre and Delhi government on a curative petition and had also directed IHBAS where Bhullar is being treated to file a medical report on the condition of the death row convict who is alleged to be suffering from mental illness The plea of Bhullar’s wife for commutation of death sentence assumes significance in view of the apex court’s January 21 verdict holding that inordinate and inexplicable delay by government in deciding mercy plea of death row convicts can be a ground for commuting their sentence Bhullar’s wife has filed the petition against the apex court verdict which rejected her plea to commute his death sentence to life imprisonment on grounds of delay on the part of the government in deciding his mercy plea He was convicted and awarded death penalty for triggering a bomb blast in New Delhi in September 1993 which killed nine persons and injured 25 others including then Youth Congress president M S Bitta The apex court had on March 26 2002 dismissed Bhullar’s appeal against the death sentence awarded by a trial court in August 2001 and endorsed by the Delhi High Court in 2002 He had filed a review petition which was also dismissed on December 17 2002 Bhullar had then moved a curative petition which too had been rejected by the apex court on March 12 2003 Bhullar meanwhile had filed a mercy petition before the President on January 14 2003 The President after a lapse of over eight years dismissed his mercy plea on May 14 2011 Citing the delay he had again moved the apex court for commutation of the death sentence but his plea was rejected The apex court on January 21 had held inordinate delay by government in deciding mercy plea of death row convicts can be a ground for commuting their sentence and had granted life to 15 condemned prisoners including four aides of forest brigand Veerappan In the landmark judgement the court had held that prolonging execution of death sentence has a “dehumanising effect” on condemned prisoners who have to face the “agony” of waiting for years under the shadow of death during the pendency of their mercy plea For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Balasore | Published: March 12 2013 12:54 pm Related News India’s first indigenously developed long range cruise missile ‘Nirbhay’ was aborted midway today after it deviated from its intended flight path and fell on land The missilewhich failed to hit the intended target in the seawas terminated over the Bay of Bengal after it was airborne for about 25 minutes but crashed on land at some distance from a village near Kendrapara in OdishaDRDO spokesman Ravi Gupta said It is unusual for aborted missiles to fall on land There was no loss of life or propertyGupta saidas TV footage showed wreckage of the missile launched from here The DRDO while making the announcementhoweversaid the sub-sonic missile ‘Nirbhay’ (fearless) with a strike range of around 1000 km was “successfully” launched and met the basic mission objectives and performed some of the manouveres satisfactorily “Nirbhay was successfully launched today at 1150 hrs from launch complexChandipurOdishameeting the basic mission objectives successfully “After travelling approximately mid-waydeviations were observed from its intended course Furtherflight was terminated to ensure coastal safety” DRDO spokesman Ravi Gupta said in a statement The missile blasted off from a mobile launcher positioned in the launch pad3 of the Integrated Test Range at Chandipurabout 15 km from here The surface-to-surface sub-sonic cruise missile has the capability of being launched from landsea and airthey saidadding Nirbhay has good loitering capabilitygood control and guidancehigh degree of accuracy in terms of impact and very good stealth features Nirbhay was developed by Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE)a Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) laboratory based in Bangalore is stated to have a strike-range of around 1000 km India has the technology of super-sonic missile like BrahMos which is jointly developed by India and Russia BrahMos has a strike range of 290 km For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: November 4 2016 12:31 am Top News Carter Is President America elected Jimmy Carter 52 as president who promised to return “laughter to the United States and hope to the people” It is the first time an incumbent president has been defeated since Herbert Hoover at the time of the Great Depression Perhaps the defeat of Gerald Ford America’s first president not elected by popular vote (he succeeded Richard Nixon who resigned) was also due mainly to the state of the economy The victory of former Georgia governor also represented a repudiation of the amoral if not immoral policies Ford pursued in foreign policy on the advice of the secretary of state Henry Kissinger Democrats retained control of both houses of Congress and most of the governorships Apart from the south which was able to elect one of its own to the highest office in the land for the first time since the civil war Carter’s solid base in the cliff-hanger contest was black support Senator Walter Mondale was elected as vice-president Lok Sabha Term A bill seeking extension of the present Lok Sabha by another year was introduced in the house The introduction was opposed by two members belonging to the CPM and the DMK Union Law Minister HR Gokhale felt it would not be in the larger interests of the country to have general elections before the term of the house expires This was on account of continued operations of the two proclamations of the Emergency and the fact that the conditions which led to the extension of the duration of the present house by one year still continued Ensuring Essentials The government was drawing up a plan to ensure the availability of essential items like cereals edible oil sugar pulses and standard cloth at fixed prices Finance Minister C Subramaniam told the Lok Sabha He added that these commodities would be imported if necessary to meet the demand For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News Motivation and Training, His admission, The hips would require only a simple plumb cut. 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I am thankful to the Pakistani government for its help for return of my child.