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”?it is useful to remember that their meaning and influence can be overread.continues on his election tour,recipient of Gandhi Peace Prize shared his anguish over difficult Indian visa rules for people of Sri Lankan origin.secretary Forest, Drawing a sharp dividing line between Al-Qaeda and ISIS threat groups when it comes to attacks on the homeland is difficult despite differences between them in the Middle East. Farook’s travels and itinerary suggest that the start of his radicalisation may have predated the re-emergence of ISIS as a major player in June 2014. while elaborating on this, though, Every ward deserves that choice, added Awatramani For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: January 13 2012 1:15 am Related News 50-year-old run over by train near Ramdarbar CHANDIGARH: A resident of Sector 30Chandigarhwas killed after being hit by a train near Ramdarbar on Thursday The deceased has been identified as Naresh Kumar (50)a daily wage labourer GRP officials came to know about the incident on Thursday morning Both his legs were broken and injury marks were present all over his body The body has been kept at Government HospitalSector 6 Panchkula Healthyway owner denied bail CHANDIGARH: A local courton Thursdaydismissed the bail plea of Amit Kakkarowner of Healthyway Immigration consultancy in Sector 42 There are a total of 12 cases of cheating registered against him He has been granted bail in three other cases He is accused of duping a number of people living in Punjab and allegedly made false claims of sending them abroad by producing fake documents Kakkar had surrendered before the police in August Punjab Police has registered a case against the firm for submitting fake bank documents to the UK embassy Decide extension of winter vacations: Court CHANDIGARH: Following a petition filed by a city-based lawyer seeking extension of winter vacation in city government schools till January 16a local courton Thursdaydirected the UT District Education Officer to take conscious decision in the matter by January 14 Oil conservation fortnight begins CHANDIGARH: The inaugural function of Oil and Gas Conservation Fortnight was started on Thursdayat Makhan Shah Lobana Bhawan in Sector 30 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural GasIndia is organising the function for creating mass awareness about conservation of oil and gas and protection of environment For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: August 3 2010 1:44 am Related News A woman and her three-year-old daughter drowned while her husband was rescued after the car they were travelling in fell into a canal in Bawana area of Outer Delhi around 9 pm on Sunday night The police said the family was returning to their home in Daryapur village after watching a movie in Narela when the accident occurred It seems the driver of the Maruti Esteemwhile trying to avoid a head-on collision with another vehicletook a sudden turn and the car fell into the canalsaid a police officer The deceased have been identified as Manju Kumari and Esha The womans husband Rajender Kumar lost control of the car after he was blinded by the lights of a vehicle coming from the opposite side on the narrow road?
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Singh, 15 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the flames.The city has witnessed at least four such incidents in the past week highlighting it’ssusceptibility to fire accidents often caused due to violation of safety norms There have been no reports of casualty yet More details awaited For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Published: March 3 2017 1:08 pm The National Green Tribunal (File Photo) Top News The National Green Tribunal’s bench in Pune has directed a builder to restore the environmental damage allegedly caused to a housing society in Khandala due to illegal hill cutting and tree felling The western zonal bench of judicial member U D Salvi and expert member Ranjan Chatterjee asked the Mumbai-based builder to deposit Rs 40 lakh with Lonavala Municipal Council for the restoration work It also restrained the developer from resorting to any further tree felling or hill cutting Watch What Else Is Making News It asked the municipal council to restore the destroyed recreation ground and hill side at the Vikas Valley housing society at Khandala near here to its original form The bench in its judgement on February 28 also ordered the developer to pay Rs one lakh as litigation cost to the applicants – Nanik Rupani and Ashish Vaid – who had approached the NGT alleging “environmental damage” in the area The tribunal ruled that the respondents – Vikas Developers and Vikas Gupta – shall jointly or severally pay the costs and expenses incurred for restitution of the space and deposit Rs 40 lakh with Lonavala Municipal Council within a month According to the application the builder had illegally cut a hillside and felled trees to make an illegal and unauthorised road without permission from Lonavala Municipal Council The builder however denied allegations of causing environmental damage in the area “We also direct Lonavala Municipal Council to restitute the area of garden/open space as shown in the sanctioned layout more particularly a strip of land admeasuring 6 metre wide and 105 metre long in recreation ground/open space within six months and recover the costs from the builder” the tribunal said in its written order The developers shall not in any manner whatsoever illegally and without authorityfell the trees or carry out hill cutting in the project area of Khandala at Maval taluka in Pune district it ruled “Illegal and unauthorised tree felling and hill cutting is an offence to environment” the tribunal observed while disposing of the application The Lonavala civic body informed the bench that it had issued stop work notice to the developers but they did not respond “It appears that hill cutting and tree felling have been done” the tribunal said The bench also noted in its order that the Lonavala civic body and the state government supported the applicants who alleged environmental damage in the area For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Shimla | Published: February 14 2017 3:08 am Top News Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Monday said no irregularity has been found in the allotment of 965 bighas of land near Sadhupul in Solan district to Yoga guru Ramdev’s trust The state cabinet had in February 2013 cancelled the land lease to Patanjali Yogpeeth sanctioned by the previous BJP government for a payment of Rs 17 lakh to set up an Ayurvedic hospital a research station and a herbal garden-cum-collection centre A token amount of Re 1 per annum was to be paid during the 99-year lease Watch what else is in the news While cancelling the lease the then Congress government had claimed that land rules were violated while leasing out the land “We have looked at the issue afresh and reached the conclusion that no violation happened The land was leased out by the BJP government before the 2012 polls So it’s not true that the transfer of land took place during the transition period ie after the 2012 polls and before Congress took over” Singh said The Chief Minister further said that the land leased was the one that was identified for the project Earlier it was alleged that while the trust was alloted land next to Sadhupul the facility came up near Kandaghat Singh also clarified that setting up of the facility had caused no encroachment or obstruction for Indira Holiday home a training centre of Bharat Scouts and Guides “The part of land where the Yoga Guru proposes to invest is barren What’s wrong if the state gets some investment that benefits Himachal Pradesh and it’s people” Singh also recalled that it was he who hosted Ramdev’s yoga camp at Hamirpur at his personal expense and also attended it Sources close to the Chief Minister said that he was “not briefed about actual facts regarding the issue” The cancellation of the land lease was the first major decision of the Virbhadra Singh government after it came to power The High Court had stayed government action at the facility on a petition filed by Patanjali Yogpeeth days after the government sent police to take possession of the land The trust in its petition had alleged serious discrepancies in the government’s move to cancel the lease By then the trust had already invested Rs 11 crore at the site For all the latest Shimla News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ashok Gulati | Published: May 11 2015 12:00 am If he genuinely wants to help the farmers of Maharashtra Rahul Gandhi must dig deeper to get the real facts on this issue He will do a great service to the Indian peasantry (Source: Illustration by C R Sasikumar) Related News On April 30 Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi undertook a padyatra of about 15 km in the Vidarbha region to register his sympathy and concerns for farmers Vidarbha has been reeling under agrarian distress for many years and has also been an epicentre of farmer suicides Cotton being one of the primary crops of this region some activists blame Bt cotton for farmers’ distress Political analysts described Gandhi’s padyatra as version 20 of his re-entry into politics But I am more concerned with his policy prescription to tackle this agrarian distress Gandhi’s main policy suggestion was that the NDA government should waive farmers’ loans as was done by the UPA government in 2008-09 If loan waivers were a solution one may ask why did agrarian distress keep emerging after 2008-09 Obviously the roots of this agrarian distress in Vidarbha particularly in the cotton belt run much deeper If our political masters are really interested in rooting out agrarian distress especially in Vidarbha they first need to understand the underlying causes in a dispassionate manner without bringing in petty politics Maharashtra has the largest area under cotton hovering around 4 million hectares (mha) comprising almost one-third of country’s cotton area (about 12 mha) The problem is that less than 3 per cent of the cotton area in Maharashtra is irrigated compared to 36 per cent at the all-India level 57 per cent in Gujarat and almost 100 per cent in Haryana and Punjab As a result of this pitiably low irrigation cover for cotton in Maharashtra its yield in 2012-13 was only 314 kg per ha (and highly volatile) compared to 603 kg per ha in Gujarat and almost 700 kg per ha in Haryana and Punjab This is the root cause of despair amongst Maharashtra’s cotton farmers So one lesson that needs to be learnt in the case of cotton in Vidarbha is that it must bring more area under irrigation This is not rocket science and most agri-experts know that one of the key factors besides good quality seeds that help boost productivity and stabilise production in agriculture is the provision of assured irrigation Is Maharashtra not aware of this Or did it not accord high priority to irrigation Let us examine a decade-long story of the 2000s when the UPA ruled Maharashtra and compare that with Gujarat when through most of those years Narendra Modi was chief minister?very sadly, to make our country explode and give way for a foreign intervention”. 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