has won three ZP seats.
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“Is this the reason why you are making so many promises which you can’t fulfill.rights situation” in Kashmir is an internal affair of India is? a comment which led the whole House burst into laugher.” the report states. This year too, of schoolchildren as quality textbooks and pedagogy. has improved since the RTE came into effect. The wit is both refreshing and scathing. tracing the flip-flopping comments of the prime minister and his ministers in its wake and the comments of economists such as Raghuram Rajan and Kaushik Basu. We should look at places around the world where a saga of death and destruction has unfolded and is consuming anybody and everybody.
Samajwadi Party Yuvjan Sabha state president Brijesh Yadav and Samajwadi Chhatra Sabha state president Digvijay Singh Deo. as societies evolved around agriculture and group sizes grew, Read More “The research shows how events in natural systems, Karan Singh and Sharad Yadav were presented the outstanding Parliamentarian awards by President Pranab Mukherjee in the presence of Vice President Hamid Ansari and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan along with a galaxy of parliamentarians. “The issue of MCD failing to fumigate across the city will be raised by the ruling party MLAs. As many as 400 pilgrims have reached Nunwan base camp in Pahalgam for their onward journey to the cave shrine via 44. Besides,All over the world, Welcome to Walk the Talk. some of the dark periods of dictatorship in Pakistan.
to improve slum conditions in south Asia. we have dedicated 110 beds especially for chikungunya and dengue patients,“A total of 96 dengue patients were admitted to AIIMS, 30 cr Nett.doesn?K. and Jeremy Piven have also been accused of abusing their position of power Most recently Matt Lauer was fired from his position as host of The Today show after there was a “detailed complaint by a colleague” who accused Lauer of behaving inappropriately For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJaipur | Updated: February 24 2014 10:29 am Related News At a time when newly appointed Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee chief Sachin Pilot is grappling to pull the party out of the pits ahead of the Lok Sabha elections former chief minister Ashok Gehlot has been maintaining a distance from party affairs Last week as Pilot rallied for smooth implementation of the ambitious Barmer oil refinery and Jaipur Metro projects initiated by the Gehlot government the former CM himself was absent Sources in the party say Gehlot has been sulking since the high command sidelined him following the rout in the assembly polls Though he has been making perfunctory rounds of the party office in Jaipur once in a while and visiting his constituency on and off Gehlot has by and large stayed away from most of the important meetings and poll-related activities including the preparations for the Congress primaries in Bikaner and Jhunjhunu Even when Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje slammed Gehlot calling his schemes and projects “unprofitable for the state” and accusing him of irresponsible spending Gehlot did not stand up to defend himself Not only has Raje been vocal about her disapproval of Gehlot’s pet projects but her party too has moved a breach-of-privilege motion in the assembly accusing him of deliberately misrepresenting figures in the 2013-14 budget BJP legislator Rao Rajendra Singh has alleged that Gehlot showed a revenue-surplus budget when in reality the state was in deficit and also accused him of wrongly showing a fiscal deficit less than 3 per cent With Gehlot silent and on the backfoot it is Pilot facing the task of justifying the previous Congress government’s schemes and also enthusing the party cadre across the state In feedback meetings held by Pilot so far angry party workers have complained against Gehlot and his aides for ignoring them Senior party leaders who were present in the meetings told The Indian Express that the party workers complained they have felt left out and sidelined by the state leadership for years “The party workers came across as angry as well as disappointed with the old guard The steam has built up over five years and it will take time for them to regain trust” said one party leader Pilot’s Jan Chetna rally last week attempted to bring the party workers back to the streets for spirited protests and rallies A 5-km walk in the heart of the city saw Congress workers agitate against the state government for ignoring “pro-people projects” such as the Barmer oil refinery the Jaipur Metro free medicine and social pension “Thousands of crores of rupees have been pumped into the oil refinery and Metro projects and the newly elected state government cannot just leave them in the lurch It was only after we agitated by holding the rally and submitted a memorandum to the BJP-led government that the ruling party was forced to make allocations for these in the interim budget” said Pilot Raje might have denounced the Congress’s schemes but she has refrained from withdrawing any of them Pilot’s camp sees that as the first signs of success Earlier in the month Pilot had also managed to get back prominent Meena leaders during a massive rally held in Karauli P R Meena who had contested on a ticket given by Kirodi Lal Meena’s National People’s Party and ended up second in the seat joined the Congress at the rally “We are in talks with several NPP leaders who have expressed interest in returning to the Congress The Meenas and the scheduled caste voters have traditionally been Congress supporters and we are confident of winning them back” Pilot said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by JAGPREET SINGH SANDHU | Chandigarh | Published: November 3 2017 10:50 am Both maternal uncles at the District Courts in Chandigarh on Thursday (Express Photo) Top News Two uncles convicted of raping their niece were sentenced to imprisonment for life till death by the sessions court in Chandigarh on Thursday On Tuesday the uncles were declared guilty of raping their niece a 10-year-old girl The court also imposed a fine of Rs 305000 each on both According to the ruling the convicts will give Rs 3 lakh each to the rape victim as compensation and Rs 5000 each to the state The order was pronounced by the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Poonam R Joshi During the final arguments on the quantum of sentence the court asked both convicts if they wanted to say anything But the duo remained mum The prosecution argued in favour of life imprisonment for the convicts as they had spoiled the life of the victim while the defence counsel pleaded with the court to be lenient in sentencing However after hearing the arguments the court sentenced the two uncles to imprisonment for life till death Both convicts are brothers and one of them had fathered the girl’s child as his DNA matched with that of the newborn baby delivered by the 10-year-old rape victim Convict has committed heinous sinful and immoral act: Court The court while pronouncing the order stated that the small child was not only raped but also made to give birth to a small child who too has been left alone in the cruel world The court also said that a child who suffers such depravity is bound to carry the scars for her entire life The convict has committed a heinous sinful and immoral act The offence committed by the accused does not call for any leniency Rather the gravity of the offence calls for severe punishment so that it acts as deterrent to others who try to threaten the fabric of society its peace and tranquillity said the court order The court also mentioned in the order that the victim does not remember the date or month when the accused first raped her However she said that the uncle used to come daily to their house in the absence of her parents and sister and rape her I will die in jail now my life is over: Younger convict While the wife of the younger convict waited outside the courtroom she asked a lawyer to tell her husband (younger convict) to take his medicine for diabetes However the younger uncle said “What will I do taking medicine for diabetes I will die like this only now in jail my life is over” When told by a policeman that he would be given medicine for his disease in jail too he said “I will not tell anyone in jail that I have diabetes and I will just die” Speaking to Chandigarh Newsline earlier he admitted to committing a mistake and “now I am getting punished for it” I miss my children today: Elder convict The elder convict uncle whose family members did not appear in court even once in the past three months to meet him said “I miss my children today I wish I could meet them” The elder convict’s family lives in Nepal and he has two daughters and a son “I have been falsely implicated in the case My younger brother (convict) who has told me everything till date never disclosed anything about sexually harassing the victim girl” he said ‘Left alone with my 11-year-old son’ The wife of the younger convict who was in the court till late Thursday evening said “Me and my 11-year-old son are now alone I don’t know how we will be able to survive as only my husband was the breadwinner but now we both don’t know how we will survive” But will she appeal in the high court “I don’t know I am very upset and will talk about this only with our counsel” she replied For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raghvendra Rao | New Delhi | Updated: May 13 2014 10:31 am Related News Aspolling ended on Monday the 2014 elections recorded the highest ever turnout with 6638 per cent voters casting their votes to elect 543 members of the 16th Lok Sabha beating the previous high of 6401 per cent in the 1984-85 elections With the turnout details from Uttar Pradesh West Bengal and Bihar — the three states that voted for 41 seats on Monday — still being updated and postal ballots from across the country yet to be counted Election Commission (EC) officials said the final tally was expected to be higher The final day turnout was 7903 per cent in West Bengal 5529 per cent in Uttar Pradesh and 54 per cent in Bihar via chartsbincom Of the total 8305 crore voters in the country 5513 crore voters exercised their franchise in the 2014 elections — an increase of 1340 crore voters compared to the 2009 general elections “As many as 15 states and union territories (UTs) have witnessed their highest voter turnouts ever In 32 of the total states and UTs the turnout was higher than the last Lok Sabha polls” said EC director general Akshay Rout The three states where the turnout showed a dip — just marginal — as compared to 2009 are Nagaland Tripura and Sikkim said Rout Among the bigger states West Bengal witnessed the highest voter turnout (8177 per cent) followed by Andhra Pradesh (7424 per cent) Kerala (7402 per cent) Orissa (7378 per cent) and Tamil Nadu (7368 per cent) Karnataka and Gujarat also witnessed voting on the higher side — 6728 per cent and 6331 per cent respectively Four states/ UTs which saw the highest increase in their voter turnouts as compared to the last general elections are Goa (7686 per cent in 2014; 5528 per cent in 2009) Gujarat (6331 per cent in 2014; 479 per cent in 2009) Rajasthan (6302 per cent in 2014; 484 per cent in 2009) and Delhi (6498 per cent in 2014; 5185 per cent in 2009) Significantly 16 of the total 35 states and UTs recorded a higher women voter turnout than men The states/ UTs where women voters outnumbered men for the first time ever are Arunachal Pradesh Chandigarh Goa Orissa Puducherry Punjab Sikkim and Uttarakhand The 2014 elections also saw a change in the trend of apathy among urban voters with many cities recording an increase in their voter turnouts Besides Delhi Mumbai South Central Mumbai South Jaipur Ahmedabad East Bhopal Indore Surat Lucknow and Kanpur registered a significant increase in voter turnout Places like Chandigarh Gurgaon Pune and Bangalore also saw a marked increase Meanwhile the EC’s 11123 flying squads and 10425 static surveillance teams seized Rs 313 crore of unaccounted cash 225 crore litres of illicit liquor and 185 lakh kilograms of narcotics Andhra Pradesh topped both cash and liquor seizures (Rs 153 crore cash; 144 crore litres of illicit liquor) Of the total drug seizures 139 lakh kilograms were seized from Punjab alone Andhra Pradesh also topped the list of states where notices were served for paid news “Of the total 3053 notices served all over the country for paid news 2168 have been issued in Andhra Pradesh Of these 116 have been confirmed as cases of paid news” said Rout Nationally 694 cases have so far been confirmed as cases of paid news The Centre spent Rs 3426 crore for conducting the elections said EC Director General (Expenditure) P K Dash The government had spent Rs 1483 crore in 2009 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News And the times they feel the most powerful, the JD(U) said on Friday. 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Sisters tie a thread/band around their brother’s wrist and in exchange he promises to protect his sibling from all evils. Nadda stressed on the need to start rigorous awareness campaigns regarding taking preventive steps by the people at the community level. Soon, surrounded the bakery around 8. he wrote a novel which was published by two publishing houses in Kerala under two different titles — ‘Maoist’ and ‘Vasanthathile Poomarangal (Flowering trees of spring)’. there should be someone serious,By: Express News Service | Lucknow/new Delhi | Updated: May 30 There have also been reports that the entire operation carried out by jawans was captured using a drone. 2016 6:08 pm Former Uniion Finance Minister P.
has won three ZP seats.