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30 pm when three assailants on two motorcycles came there. The Dadri Assembly seat is Mayawati’s home constituency. he said. Aridaman and others threatened to deal with him after the election, said Shankar Circle officer Siddharth said the postmortem report was awaited For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: March 12 2011 3:24 am Related News The infant surrendered at Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC) for adoption by her parents was reunited with her family on Thursday Two months after they signed documents relinquishing their rights over herthe parents took her home after an hour-long counselling session by the Child Welfare Committee (South) The couple cited economic reasons for their decisionstating that the babys fatheran AC mechanic by professionhad recently lost his job and could not provide for her treatment LHMC authorities had taken the written consent of the parents before contacting an adoption agency A day after the eight-month-old infant was brought homethe childs mother told Newsline?” the federation said. fluttering hands.

The main function of state leaders will remain ensuring that regional and local leaders are loyal to a party. these institutions have a thin presence on the ground, Rabiya had a foreigner friend named Tom with her all through the time that Zarina spent with her.Zarina made it clear at the outset of the meeting that she hadn’t come to meet Jiah’s mother for any kind of settlement regarding Sooraj Panscholi’s arrest.63 per cent in the preceding month. This month, This recurring issue needs to be immediately resolved so that the power-starved north-eastern states can benefit from this project. Most of these seven states have a severe power crisis during winter and summer. The chemistry between the pair,” Doherty said.

and more than 200, The watchdog panel said it had also “requested information on investigations, Experts fear the situation could be compounded by a surge in food prices after the widespread destruction of farmland and irrigation networks, "But we have nothing left (and)..when he did not see his pet around he went to search for him. But,gets to see the bustle of decorators or the functions in progress, One German citizen was so upset over the loss of her passport and costly belongings that she threatened to commit suicide last month as the police were not helping her. As there was no task left to assign, Also.

The accused,000,DIG (Operations), The court granted the CID custody for four days. the courts may adjourn the hearing/presence of the undertrials, it would be difficult for the police to accompany the undertrials lodged in various jails and to produce them in the courts at Delhi… It has been suggested that during the aforesaid period,casteless society? But caste in this country has never needed props So ingrained is caste in our collective consciousness that even a Dalit who converts to Christianity or Islam or Sikhism to escape the tyranny of caste continues to be hobbled by his social origins For those like you who believe that we need to move beyond castethe details of atrocities committed against SC/STs given in Parliament by then Home Minister P Chidambaram in August 2010should be an eye opener According to home ministry estimatesthe year-wise number of atrocities (murderrapekidnapping and arson) was: 26665 in 2006; 29825 in 2007; and 33365 in 2008 During the debatethe home minister narrated the deeply disturbing incident of Dalits of an entire village being driven out by the other villagers It required the Centres intervention to persuade (force) the village elders to allow the victims to return to their homes He added that other cases may not have had such a happy ending In 21st century Indiait is not only untouchability and violence that afflicts the Dalitbut also inequality in schoolingemployment and income When there is such inhuman treatment of Dalitsit is outrageous that sections of society subscribe to the view that even the woefully inadequate avenues of opportunity provided for Dalits through reservation in government jobs are divisive and affect nation-building Let me remind you that where there is no equality and justicethere can never be common citizenship How can helping disadvantaged students gain access to higher education not be a good thing Ifas you saysuch affirmative action has led to increased conflicts and ghettoisation in universitiesthe only conclusion that can be drawn is that our institutions of higher learning have failed in their duty of refining sensibilities and fighting prejudice After allthe ultimate test of an educated man is whether he has overcome prejudice and hatred It is ridiculous to think that by dumping reservationa higher form of justice and citizenship will emerge The current debate on reservation in promotions in government has glossed over the fact that for several decades nowthere has been earmarked reservation in promotion to various grades in the Group C and Group D jobs in government It is essentially at the Group A level that there is no reservation in promotion But now that Parliament is planning a constitutional amendment to provide reservation for Dalits across the boardthe governing elite is up in arms In the bureaucracydecision-making is concentrated at the higher echelonswhere there is hardly any Dalit representation This is in keeping with the centuries-old practice of the privileged classes ensuring that the dispossessed remain unfit for anything but the lowest jobs You have suggested that access to primary education and the churning and mobility generated by economic growth will create conditions for real equality of opportunity Do you seriously believe that with robust economic upsurgethe bastions of privilege will open their doors to Dalits That has not happened in the last two decades of rapid economic advancement In a nation where the rich are getting richer and the poor poorerthe state has the duty to evolve policies that promote inclusion and rectify the inequities in the system Reservation in promotions is a critical plank in the search for justice and equality Abdul Khaliq The writera former civil servantis secretary-general of Lok Janshakti Party For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 6 2017 5:06 am Actor Dilip Joshi who plays Jethalal in popular TV series Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah pays tribute to the veteran humorist in Ahmedabad on Sunday Javed Raja Top News Playwright and humorist Taarak Mehta who passed away on Mach 1 got a “haasyaanjali” (tribute in laughter) by his family and large number of fans on Sunday It was led by humorist Ashok Dave who declared the meet as A-shok Sabha (no-grief meet) The meet went on for a couple of hours as usual but gloom was nowhere to be seen in air All speakers in colourful attire narrated their association with the late humorist with fondness for him never let sadness creep in in a lighter tone often punctuated by a burst of laughter Ashok Dave said those who claimed very close relation with Mehta were nowhere around him when he was in critical condition Maulik Kotak owner of Chitralekha magazine in which Mehta started his column in 1971 said his column was so popular that he still had by heart its first episode Many veterans said they still remember they had to wait for their turn in family to read to read “Duniyane Undha Chashma” in their childhood Shyam Pathak who plays ‘Popatlal’ said Mehta was a like a father figure to him who would always call him by his character name of ‘Popatlal’ Veteran humorist Vinod Bhatt said he had not seen one Gujarati writer receiving such acclaim in life and beyond as that received by Taarak Mehta “We would always be competing with each other in catching illness he won finally” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAlthough the new Chief Minister of Delhi and convener of the Aam Aadmi Party Arvind Kejriwal has been emphatic that he will onlyfocus on Delhi as its CM and won’t succumb to the temptation of going national there are indications that the party may be preparing to spread its wings outside Delhi after all “The people of Delhi have trusted me I will live in Delhi for five years and try to fulfill my responsibility with all my might” Kejriwal said after taking oath However senior party leader and its chief spokesperson Yogendra Yadav in an interview with PTI has hinted at the party establishing base in other states “We are not a regional party In the long term we want to be a national alternative That is why we chose Delhi consciously We want to emerge as a principled force in national politics In the next 3-5 years we want to become viable in more states than Delhi and Punjab” he said PTI “Why can’t AAP look beyond Delhi Is it a taboo If the prime minister of India can involve himself in assembly polls and even in civic body elections Arvind Kejriwal can also think about the party’s future prospects” a senior AAP leader told Firstpost on condition of anonymity “That doesn’t mean that he’s not interested in governing Delhi His first and foremost focus is Delhi which has given the AAP an unthinkable mandate” he added Going by the arrangements and allocations of departments to his six ministers it’s evident that Kejriwal has been intentionally freedfrom looking after any particular department Instead Kejriwal’s close confidante Manish Sisodia a member of AAP’s political affairs committee and one of the key strategists during the election has been appointed thedeputy CM Unlike Maharashtra or Punjab there is no precedence of a deputy CM in Delhi The party members opined that by appointing Sisodia as his deputy the CM would be free to think on various aspects – from expanding AAP’s role in civic body polls to Assembly elections in other states and ultimately party’s ambition to emerge as a national party However AAP denies harbouring any such ambition “Probably because the party doesn’t want to send any such signal to Delhiites like it happened after quitting the 49-day government in 2014 The people may think otherwise” an expert in political affairs said Yadav who also happens to be one of the finest psephologists of India and party’s ideologue said however that “AAP will emerge as a significant political force in at least four major states in the next five years without entering into any ‘arrangements of convenience’ with any regional party and it will depend on space for potential opportunity and organisational strength" On 15 February the partyheld a state-level brain storming session with state office-bearers and party functionaries from 18 out of 21 districts of Haryana It decided to open a state-level office in Chandigarh Buoyed by the response Yogendra Yadav took to Facebook and posted “The meeting also acknowledged the enthusiastic response from all quarters of society and deliberated on an effective methodology to channelize such overwhelming support and urge for change The active participation of volunteers from Haryana in the Delhi elections was also appreciated It was a fruitful session where issues affecting the people of Haryana were discussed including people oriented issues such as Land Acquisition Ordinance the faulty urea fertilizer system MSP implementation of Swaminathan Commission Report mis-governance law and order situation and quality of education in Haryana The ways and means of connecting with the masses and reaching out to various sections of society were also discussed Truly glad to see such energy & enthusiasm” AAP’s participation in the upcoming civic polls in Gurgaon can’t be ruled out either But learning a lesson from its previous experience which was ‘quite bitter’ the partyis treading cautiously this time “Looking at the forthcoming polls the party is focusing on Punjab Bihar UP and Odisha Then there are the civic polls in Haryana Bengaluru and Gujarat too AAP has proved through its Delhi Dialogue and manifesto that the party is serious on providing better civic amenities It has concrete plans unlike other parties The four MPs of AAP are from Punjab and it can be AAP’s next battleground We’ve a good popularity in Punjab” an AAP insider said Meanwhile the party is also engaged in setting up various committees headed either by its MLAs or senior leaders which will be the backbone of governance in Delhi These committees will monitor the working of each task mentioned in AAP’s 70-point programme For instance Dwarka MLA Adarsh Shastri has been assigned with the responsibility of looking after the implementation of a free Wi-Fi network in Delhi Like the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) Kejriwal’s CMO (Chief Minister’s Office) is going to have sector-specific experts who would play an important role in decision-making and effective implementation of projects “Even a high-level committee would monitor the working and spending of funds by the ministers and the MLAs” a party source said It’s clear that Kejriwal won’t go for an expansion programme overtly Written by C Raja Mohan | Updated: December 3 2014 10:33 am India would like to import a lot more and the idea of building a direct pipeline from Russia therefore has become an object of political interest in Delhi and Moscow Related News RUSSIAN PIPELINE The idea of an overland pipeline bringing hydrocarbons from Russia to India has been around for a while Mooted under UPA rule the proposal is gaining some traction with the NDA government New Delhi and Moscow are looking for some big new projects to boost their stagnant commercial ties Annual bilateral trade now hovers below a paltry $15 billion Given the massive complementarities in the energy sector the two sides rightly focus on making this the centrepiece of a stronger economic partnership in future Talks on Russian atomic reactor exports are making slow progress amidst the continuing differences over the application of India’s nuclear liability act As India’s demand for oil and natural gas grows the hydrocarbon sector presents itself as a major strategic opportunity India already has $5bn invested in the Russian petroleum sector India also imports crude oil worth nearly $200 million every year India would like to import a lot more and the idea of building a direct pipeline from Russia therefore has become an object of political interest in Delhi and Moscow Further impetus for the project has come from a recent Russian deal with China to export natural gas worth $400bn over a 30-year period via a new pipeline The idea is generating some excitement and is expected to figure in the bilateral talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin on the margins of the BRICS summit in Brazil LUCKLESS INDIA It is easy drawing pipeline routes on the map India knows that building them on the ground is not For none of the pipeline projects that India has debated in the last two decades has taken off for reasons of costs geopolitical and financial There have been many proposals to build underwater pipelines from the Gulf to India; but cost considerations have put them on hold Overland pipeline projects have been grounded mainly for geopolitical reasons The plan to build the Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) pipeline has run into strong opposition from the United States which remains opposed to any projects involving Tehran India Pakistan and Afghanistan have spent much time negotiating the TAPI pipeline that would have brought natural gas from Turkmenistan into the subcontinent Given the security problems in the Af-Pak region it has been hard selling the project to international bankers There was a plan to build a natural gas pipeline between Myanmar and India through Bangladesh But the inability of Delhi and Dhaka to act fast saw Myanmar deciding to sell the gas to China Beijing moved rapidly to build a twin pipeline system from the Bay of Bengal coast to the Yunnan province in southwestern China just north of Myanmar Any Russian pipeline from Russia to India will have three possible routes into India One is via Iran and Pakistan; another must traverse Afghanistan and Pakistan; and the third must come through China The option of bringing them through Pakistan will face many of the same problems as the IPI and TAPI pipelines The China option involves bringing the pipeline across the Great Himalayas and through the regions of Jammu and Kashmir that are part of the territorial dispute between Delhi and Beijing LAHORE BECKONS In a paradox the only pipeline that could get off the ground in the near term is the one that would run out of India rather than into it Delhi has been discussing with Islamabad for some time now plans to build a pipeline to the Punjab border to export liquefied natural gas to Pakistan Given the shortage of LNG infrastructure in Pakistan it makes sense for Islamabad to import natural gas into Lahore from across the Radcliffe Line In the budget presented to the Lok Sabha last week Finance Minister Arun Jaitley exempted from customs duty the LNG that will be imported into India and then exported to Pakistan Although this decision will cut the import costs for Islamabad the Nawaz Sharif government may not have the freedom to act in Pakistan’s enlightened economic self-interest From the Indian perspective though the Modi government would be wise to focus on connecting India’s hydrocarbon grids with those of the immediate neighbours Given its vast coastline Delhi should devote its attention for now to importing hydrocarbons by sea investing in equity oil in Russia and other energy-rich countries and concluding swap arrangements rather than grandiose transregional pipelines The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation Delhi and contributing editor ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 3 2017 2:08 pm Jose Mourinho said that Neymar is not an expensive signing Related News A news that is going to smash the existing world record for the most expensive transfer looks very imminent as Barcelona gave permission to Neymar on Wednesday for a move to French club Paris Saint Germain The discussion on the transfer has however invoked different opinions from different managers Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho who signed Paul Pogba for a record 105 million euros from Juventus feels that for quality players expense is not the concern He said “When we paid that amount for Paul I said that it was not expensive Expensive are the ones who get into a certain level without a certain quality… For 200 million pounds ($26446 million) I don’t think (Neymar) is expensive” “I think he’s expensive in the fact that now you are going to have more players at 100 million pounds you are going have more players at 80 million and more players at 60 million And I think that’s the problem” “Neymar is one of the best players in the world commercially he is very strong and for sure PSG thought about it So I think the problem is not Neymar I think the problem is the consequences of Neymar” added the Portuguese manager Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp however said that he does not understand how it happened “There are clubs that can pay fees like that — Manchester City and PSG Everyone knows that I thought fair play was made so that situations like that can’t happen That’s more of a suggestion than a real rule I don’t understand that I don’t know how it happens” Klopp added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe quicksand of caste? of the 52 patients in Saturday’s camp, only two were 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