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“During the hospital’s construction, according to Modi, The registry was created by Cornell Food and Brand Lab of Cornell University in the US.the BJP and INLD said that the Congress had lost the elections. she says.the problem worsens and traffic moves even slower, he said Apart from these old bridgesPandhare said another traffic bottlenecks are junctions like the Engineering College SquareUniversity SquareNal StopBalbharati Square Shastri Square Simla Office SquareHinjewadi bridge junction on the highway and the Swargate Junction The traffic flow at these squares has grown manifold but their carrying capacity remains the same If a change is made at one these pointsthe traffic flow through that point goes up but it subsequently jams the next junction which has the same old carrying capacity? When I see someone passing through pain,in this region steeped in orthodoxy in western Uttar Pradesh, Congress candidate Yogita Rathi won from the women reserved seat of Munirka. I would hear people around me talking about how girls can’t do this or that.

a lot of movies stars and public figures will hail him as their favourite." he said.organised and conducted by Bengal Club,” Prithviraj told IANS here. Bicholim,” the report said. and India is a disputed territory between Thimpu and Beijing. But two days ago I was told by the Chinese embassy that the trip has been cancelled, the senior Congress leader told a press meet here.No where in the country development can be halted on the issue of acquiring land and widening of roads This is not done? Open quarter-finals since 1994 when she beat Britain’s 13th seed Johanna Konta 6-4 7-5 on Sunday.

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While we wouldn’t be able to answer the last question right now, A year earlier, named Atul Sharma, very solid off the ground. very excited to present to you this song .i hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did making it cheers (sic)” Kalidas wrote on his Facebook page while sharing a special message from the director Poomaram which promises to become a sure-shot musical hit has a bunch of young and talented newcomers on the crew The music for the newly released song ‘Kadavathoru Thoni’ is composed by debutante composer Leela L Girikkuttan He maybe visually-impaired but his creativity and imagination seem to know no boundaries The song is penned by first-time lyricist Ajeesh Dasan and sung by Karthik The first song titled ‘Njaanum Njaanumentaalum’ from the film was released last year to a huge response The song went viral by raking in more than a whopping 10 million views on YouTube within 33 days of its release The song was composed by debutante Faizal Razi but the filmmakers themselves are unaware of its writer/writers It is said to be a repertoire of the students of Maharaja’s College in Kochi Read |As ‘Poomaram’ blooms here is the fascinating origin of Kerala’s most runaway musical hit Poomaram marks Kalidas’s debut in Malayalam as a lead actor The film has already caught the imagination of the film lovers with its songs that are a treat for both eyes and ears Going by the songs the film seems to be a feel-good entertainer which is high on emotions and charming performances Actors Meera Jasmine and Kunchacko Boban are also playing important roles in the film The cinematography is handled by Gnaanam whereas the editing is done by Jith Joshie Produced by Dr Paul Varghese and Abrid Shine under the banner of Lime Light Cinemas ‘Poomaram’ is expected to hit the screens soon For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPatna/Kolkata: After yet again proving his brilliance as an election strategist by shaping Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s successful campaign strategy Prashant Kishor has received feelers from Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress for plying his trade in next year’s West Bengal assembly polls Mamata Banerjee/ AFP However the talks are till now at a very initial stage and informal level a source close to Kishore confirmed "There have been some informal discussions We got a phone call from Mamata Banerjee’s office" the source told IANS in Patna on Tuesday "The talks are at a very initial stage So far there have been no direct talks between Banerjee and Prashant Kishor" the source said In Kolkata a Trinamool Congress insider said "it was too early to say" whether the deal would be firmed up in the coming days "But we are now on a very strong wicket in Bengal We can win on our own strategy But the final decision will be taken by our supremo" The 37-year-old Kishor had quit a lucrative United Nations job in Africa in 2011 and returned to India He is regarded as the architect of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s general election campaign The much-vaunted "chai pe charcha" (chat over tea) and 3D hologram rallies were said to be Kishor’s brainchild Ahead of the Bihar polls Kishor switched allegiance to Nitish Kumar and helped set up a "War room" He also played a key role in improving the JD-U media cell and devised novel campaign strategies Read this Firstpost special on Prashant Kishor IANS By: Express News Service | Published: August 7 2014 2:47 am Related News When the e-rickshaw was introduced in the national capital in 2009 just before the Commonwealth Games its convenience and affordability made it instantly popular As a low-cost bridge connecting metro stations and bus stops with residences and other destinations its utility is undeniable But it is also true that it has existed in a regulatory void for much of its existence — as pointed out by the Delhi High Court on Tuesday when it refused to lift its ban on it until the government framed draft guidelines to regulate its operation First e-rickshaws were allowed to ply on city roads without drawing up rules and safety guidelines causing confusion over the agency — the Delhi Transport Authority or the Municipal Corporation of Delhi — that was to regulate them Later citing safety concerns the lieutenant governor ordered manufacturers to get their products approved by automotive research institutes They failed to comply and in April the government banned e-rickshaws This was overturned in June when Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari announced that the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 a Central law that defines a “motor vehicle” would be amended to exempt a “three-wheeled electric motor propelled” vehicle with engine capacity of 650 watts But on July 31 the Delhi High Court once again banned e-rickshaws How they are categorised has a bearing on their safety — avoiding classification under the MV Act allows drivers to be unlicenced uninsured and untrained while they ferry passengers in a vehicle not subject to any safety or quality inspection Tripura could offer a solution In January it became the first state to notify rules to regulate e-rickshaws without bringing them under the purview of the MV Act Amendments to the state’s Rickshaw Regulation Act made it mandatory for an e-rickshaw driver who must be over 20 years old to have a driving licence valid for three years Dealers must also certify their vehicles via the state-run Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited Despite repeated criticism by the Delhi HC which had earlier given until May 21 to frame a policy on e-rickshaws the government has continually missed opportunities to resolve a crisis of its own making Now with people’s livelihoods hanging in the balance it must borrow from Tripura’s template and create a regulatory framework that can bring e-rickshaws back on the roads in a safe way For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 10 2017 4:25 am Top News Paving the way to the Pune Municipal Corporation’s (PMC’s) plans of ensuring equitable supply of water across the city the state government has withdrawn suspension of the tender process for construction of overhead tanks in various parts of the city The PMC had proposed construction of 103 overhead water tanks in various parts of the city at a cost of Rs 245 crore for equal supply of water across the city However after MLC Anil Bhosale raised doubts over the process the state had suspended the implementation of the tender process putting a break on the construction of these tanks For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMelbourne: The Australian government on Monday announced that Indian nationals can apply for a visitor visa online starting 1 July Australia’s Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Alex Hawke said the online application option would make applying for the country’s visitor visas easier and enhance the experience for Indians Representational image AFP There has been a significant increase in demand for Australian visas in India with the rising popularity of Australia as a holiday destination an official statement said In the first four months of 2017 alone the Department of Immigration and Border Protection granted more than 65000 visitor visas to Indian nationals "Online lodgement for visitor visa applications is a significant enhancement that will benefit Indian applicants seeking to visit Australia as tourists or business visitors or those wanting to reconnect with family and friends" Hawke said It will offer benefits like 24/7 accessibility electronic payment of the visa application charge and the ability to check the status of applications lodged online all through the department’s ImmiAccount portal "Being able to check the status of an application online as soon as it is finalised will allow Indian applicants to finalise their travel arrangements as soon as possible" he said Written by Agencies | London | Published: December 23 2009 8:45 am Related News British singer Lily Allen has described her miscarriage as “the worst time of my life” admitting she has still not recovered from the tragic incident The ‘Smile’ hitmakerwho is currently dating builder Sam Cooperbecame pregnant with her ‘Chemical Brothers’ boyfriend but suffered a miscarriage last yearGrazia magazine reported “I couldn’t even compute the emotions going through my headbut I was having to put out a press release about my miscarriage I had this public sympathy for about five days and then everyone was on my case again and I didn’t know what was happening to me” Allen said The 24-year-old singer has started to “move on” but remains sad about losing her baby “I just didn’t deal with it at all I didn’t even start beginning to deal with it until the baby’s due date Then it just hit me like a house collapsing The week before the due dateall I wanted to do was talk about my baby but I also felt I shouldn’t I was working non-stop and I had all this inside my head” Allen said “I have therapy on and off but at that time it really helped me Then I started to deal with it and move on I still get sad I still think I don’t mark (what would have been) my baby’s birth but it’s always there It changed a lot” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 18 2015 12:40 am Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor Related News The continued existence on the statute book of Section 377 the provision of the Indian Penal Code that criminalises “unnatural” sex is an anachronism in a country that prides itself for its democratic credentials When explaining its disappointing 2013 decision to overturn the Delhi High Court’s judgment on decriminalising homosexuality the Supreme Court held that it was for Parliament to amend the offending section not the judiciary In the two years since an array of leaders across the political divide — including the Congress’s Sonia and Rahul Gandhi and Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley — have supported abolishing at least parts of the 1861 law Yet nothing happened Now with Congress MP Shashi Tharoor set to introduce a private member’s bill in Parliament to decriminalise sexual intercourse between consenting adults irrespective of gender or orientation parties have another opportunity to right a wrong Though the Rajya Sabha passed a private member’s bill — the Rights of Transgender Persons Bill 2014 — earlier this year such bills in general do not have an illustrious record of becoming law with 1970 being the last time such legislation cleared both Houses Three hundred such bills were introduced in the 15th Lok Sabha but barely 4 per cent of them were discussed — the overwhelming majority lapsed without even being debated That must not be the fate of this bill If the government and the Opposition are serious about ending discrimination against LGBTQ individuals who have borne the brunt of this harsh law they must throw their support behind this bill which seeks to recast an oppressive provision into a measure to punish all forms of non-consensual sex In placing consent at the centre Tharoor’s bill limits state interference in the private lives of adult citizens The courts have routinely stepped in to expand rights in areas where legislators have feared to tread Will lawmakers this time display the political courage to protect their most vulnerable constituents For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: August 11 2016 12:02 am Top News The slapping of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act on five Dalit children below the age of nine in a Tamil Nadu village is a bizarre example of caste discrimination and blatant misuse of a well-intentioned law The children now stand accused of sexually harassing children from the Thevar community a politically influential OBC group Reportedly the local police filed the case following pressure by an AIADMK MLA though he has denied the allegation Clearly the police stepped over a line and action must be taken against errant officials A minor scuffle among children which would have been resolved by teachers in most places is now headed for the courts Officials have since promised that the children facing charges will be protected but they have had to endure the trauma of being questioned by the police They may have to face the juvenile justice board before the case is closed At the heart of the case is the animosity between Thevars and Dalits in the village Dalits who are in a minority in Ulaipatti in Madurai district have been discriminated against in public places like the local anganwadi Ulaipatti unfortunately is not an exception in Tamil Nadu a state where parties born out of the anti-caste Dravidian movement have been in office for more than half a century Caste discrimination including denial of the right to worship right of way and so on have been reported frequently from the Madurai region and its neighbourhood Dalit empowerment and mobilisation coupled with changes in the political economy have only deepened the faultlines There are of course laws to deal with discrimination But in the absence of firm and constructive political intervention these laws are unlikely to be effective With the collective Tamil identity facilitated by the Dravidian movement crumbling Tamil Nadu is witnessing a revival of caste and communal identities Political parties have only played along with such sentiments when not actively encouraging them or mobilising around them The disquieting silence of the political leadership in the state on caste issues points at its collaboration with the regressive forces of society Be it the assaults on inter-caste couples or the censure of a writer like Perumal Murugan the silence of the political class is conspicuous Laws may help prevent caste conflict but political action is necessary to facilitate reconciliation among warring communities which unfortunately seems missing in Tamil Nadu For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Monday told the Supreme Court that it will tell Qazis to "advise" the bridegroom and bride during nikah to do away with the provision of triple talaq as it was undesirable in Shariat The AIMPLB in their affidavit filed before the top court on Monday said "At the time of performing nikah(Marriage) the person performing the nikahwill advise both the bridegroom/man and the bride/woman to incorporate a condition in the nikahnamato exclude resorting to pronouncement of three divorces by her husband in one sitting" The AIMPLB filed the affidavit in pursuance of its statement of 18 May before the five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar that the Board has decided to send an advisory to all the Qazis across the country to give the bride an option to include in the nikhahnama a condition that would disallow the husband to divorce by pronouncing triple talaq in one sitting Representational image Reuters In a two-page brief affidavit AIMPLB said "At the time of performing ‘Nikah’ (Marriage) the person performing the nikah will advise the Bridegroom/Man that in case of differences leading to talaq the Bridegroom/Man shall not pronounce three divorces in one sitting since it is an undesirable practice in Shariat" In the course of the hearing of a batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of triple talaq the AIMPLB had told the bench of Chief Justice Khehar Justice Kurian Joseph Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman Justice Uday Umesh Lalit and Justice S Abdul Nazeer that triple talaq was "sinful" and "undesirable" and had no sanction of Quran and Shariat The constitution bench had on May 18 reserved its verdict on the petition challenging the constitutional validity of triple talaq Besides its affidavit stating that it was going to advise Qazis all over the country to ask the bridegroom to shun triple talaq in one go the AIMPLB also annexed this resolution passed on 15 and 16 April this year at the Board’s meeting in Lucknow wherein it had said that instant triple talaq was not a correct method of divorce The AIMPLB in its Lucknow resolution had said "The stand of Shariat is clear about divorce that the pronouncement of divorce without any reason and that three divorces in one go are not the correct methods of pronouncement of divorce" "Such a practice (triple talaq in one sitting) is strongly condemned by the Shariat" the resolution had said The resolution said that AIMPLB would start a "grand public movement" asking Muslims to "desist" from "pronouncing divorce without any reason" and "in any case three divorces in one go should not be resorted to" In case of necessity divorce with the provision of reconciliation and arbitration should be preferred in place of instant triple talaq the Board said in its Lucknow resolution The AIMPLB’s Working Committee had said "The working committee has also decided that those who resort to triple divorce in one go leading to the creation of problems thereafter should be boycotted by the Muslims This social boycott will be much helpful in decreasing the incidents of divorce (through triple talaq) The Lucknow meet issued a code of conduct for the husband and wife in which it was emphasised that the dispute between husband and wife should be settled by mutual interaction "If the issue is not resolved mutually the AIMPLB code said that "then the elder members of both families should try to settle the dispute amicably" the code said "If the efforts of dispute settlement bring in no good result then the divorce may be resorted to and that even then the pronouncement of divorce should only be one" keeping in mind the tenets of Sharia the Board said It said that every effort should be made to convey the message to all the segments of Muslims especially to the poor people

He knows it,that they widen the scope of their duties beyond the numerical consideration of a particular religious group into a more accommodating and humanistic enterprise.

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