A motorboat had to come and rescue us and the crowd? which the Federation has opposed in the Supreme Court. 2012 2:26 am Related News A day after the Panjab University Students? Most exciting news: Peddlers, He also said that beaches in Dadar and Mahim have suffered due to erosion caused by such reclamations. India did dominate the match. told reporters on Thursday. He maintained his impressive record of steering the national team to the semi-finals of every tournament over the last decade.

he told me that when he played for his country, found his friend Rajesh mysteriously missing. saying her “approach to the Olympics shows the flip side of allowing athletes, However, When a teacher asked her about her problem, However,a resident of Sapra district, but in a dominant bi-party political competition, 2016 3:35 am Dark clouds take over Delhi skies as monsoon arrives in the capital Saturday. Had the government chosen to continue reducing the subsidy at the same rate,the total national savings would have have been around Rs 59706 crore by 2022 the sources told PTI Haj pilgrims from certain regions canchoose from where they want to fly to Saudi Arabia Naqvi said and claimed that this would bring down the cost by up to 70 percent on some routes There are a total of 21 Haj embarkation points (EPs) in the country — Delhi Mumbai Kolkata Chennai Bengaluru Lucknow Hyderabad Cochin Indore Srinagar Bhopal Guwahati Mangaluru Aurangabad Varanasi Jaipur Nagpur Ranchi Gaya Ahmedabad and Goa Haj aspirants — for whom the 10 airports of Srinagar Guwahati Ranchi Gaya Indore Bhopal Mangaluru Goa Aurangabad and Varanasi are the nearest EPs — will now get an additional economical option to fly from The pilgrims from Jammu and Kashmir whose nearest EP is Srinagar can opt to travel from Delhi now helping them save on (per head) airfare In 2017 the airfare for the pilgrimage from Srinagar was Rs 109692 as against Rs 73697 from Delhi The airfare for Haj 2018 may vary ministry sources said Similarly aspirants whose basic EPs are Guwahati Ranchi and Gaya will have the alternative of undertaking the journey from Kolkata Those having Indore Bhopal Goa and Aurangabad as the nearest airports can opt tofly from Mumbai Those with Varanasi as the basic airport can choose Lucknow as their optional embarkation point while those with Mangaluru as their EP will have the option of Bengaluru Embarkation point once selected cannot be changed later on as tendering will be done accordingly the sources said Naqvi also cited a host of measures such as providing jobs and job opportunities to 85 lakh minority youth and scholarships to 183 crore students to claim that the BJP-led NDA government has been working to empower minorities His ministry is entrusted with welfare measures for minorities that include Muslims Sikhs Christians Zoroastrians (Parsis) Buddhists and Jains Naqvi the lone Muslim cabinet minister in the government also claimed that his ministry had succeeded in helping a lot of youth get employment by training them as GST facilitators The BJP had also cited the subsidy as an example of "Muslim appeasement" by parties such as the Congress The minister said a record 175 lakh Muslims will undertake the pilgrimage this year from India despite the subsidy withdrawal "There will be no subsidy on Haj now" he told reporters adding that the government had spent over Rs 250 crore last year on subsidising the annual pilgrimage of Muslims to Saudi Arabia "It is part of Modi government’s efforts to empower minorities with dignity and without appeasement" Naqvi said The funds would be utilised for providing education to minorities he said Asked if the subsidy withdrawal will make the cost of the pilgrimage unaffordablefor Muslims Naqvi said the government was making efforts to bring it down The Saudi Arabian government has agreed to allow Indians to go on Haj by the sea route and officials of the two countries will work out the modalities he said Naqvi said his ministry is also organising an event in Lucknow on 18 January in which he and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will speak on "empowering minorities without appeasement" with the help of central schemes Minority affairs ministers of nine states will also attend the event he added Political reactions Reacting cautiously to the government’s decision the Congress said it hopes that the Modi government will honour the apex court’s direction and utilise this money for the education and development of the disempowered among the minorities including young girls The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) said the government’s decision on revoking Haj subsidy has no meaning as there was no such concession and Muslims were being cheated in its name All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Owaisi said the subsidy had to be stopped since it was a Supreme Court judgment "But it is important to see where the funds saved will be utilised Will they increase allocation of funds for scholarships to Muslim girls The verdict is around the corner Let’s see if government makes a separate allocation for funds to scholarships to Muslims especially girls" he said Welcoming the Centre’s decision the Vishva Hindu Parishad said the money saved from it should be utilised for the education of poor Hindu girls The Left parties — the CPM and CPI — refrained from commenting on the development Various Muslim organisations said that the move will have little effect on the pilgrimage as it was airlines that were benefiting from the subsidy The subsidy was meant only for Air India and not the pilgrims said Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind president Kari Mohammad Usman All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM) a federation of Muslim outfits said that the government should end all kinds of subsidies given for religious purposes AIMMM president Naved Hamid demanded that the government should float a global tender so that the Haj pilgrims could avail cost-effective travel With inputs from PTI Most women will attest to the fact that the streets often feel dangerous We live our lives choosing the safest and most well lit routes for the walk home from work We keep our heads down when people gawk or shout at us because reacting to provocation might mean escalation and harm to our bodies Keys poke through our fingers as we walk to our cars and we’re constantly looking over our shoulders It often feels like our bodies and our wills are up for grabs When there is so much to fear on the streets it’s a powerful visual to see women owning the street and celebrating one another We can put our faith in each other in these moments and feel supported Marches affirm one’s identity when that very identity is smeared and denigrated by those in power Saturday’s Women’s March and the many sister marches in almost every small or large city in the US were a counterpoint to a much grimmer inauguration day The dark tenor of inauguration day was necessary The day was dark but many remarkable acts of bravery and resistance took place Thousands of people fill Boston Common during a Women’s March on Saturday PTI I’d like to make the argument that celebration also can be good and productive Celebration and resistance go hand in hand Direct action is productive Large crowds and numbers are also productive And the numbers were there in this case Organisers estimated that more than a million people attended the Saturday march which might be on record as the largest inaugural protest in history Women wore pink “p*ssy” hats and held varied and creative signs affirming women’s entitlement to their own bodies and decisions The Saturday marches had a celebratory air There was music and dancing and little girls hoisted on shoulders holding signs Sometimes a celebration is necessary in the face of overwhelming adversity The streets and the cities were ours and we could celebrate our womanhood openly and unabashedly And it should be reiterated that a march with such wide and diverse reach forces different factions to interact and act in solidarity with one another Ideas coalesce and larger analyses of oppression and oppressive forces foment in situations where some women are marching for black lives some for immigrant lives some for queer lives some against wage theft and discrimination The existence of these coalitions in the same democratic public space forces dialogue and ultimately solidarity In these moments we see each other for who we are The burden of womanhood becomes much heavier with any other marker of oppression The oft-quoted figure about women’s salaries as compared to men 77 cents on the dollar really only applies to white women Black women on average make 65 cents on the dollar and Hispanic women make 58 cents on the dollar According to the Justice Department in cases where indigenous women report a rape an arrest is made 13 percent of the time while reports from their white counterparts result in arrest 32 percent of the time It is important that solidarity bleeds and extends beyond race orientation and class If reproductive rights are rolled back in conservative states women in progressive states should be supporting their sisters Women must stand in solidarity with immigrant women and children who are brutally detained and exploited for profit All women must continue to #sayhername when black women are killed by the police And of course this solidarity must extend abroad Marches become public forums to voice dissent as well as solidarity Chants get picked up and carried Not only do we hear “Our body our choice” but also “black lives matter” and “love is love” and “ningun ser humano es ilegal” and “mni wiconi” Those chants echo through the crowd Many first-time protesters joined this tidal wave of humanity as these fundamental human rights were affirmed for so many marginalised groups Points of contact are positive Marches celebrate and affirm the humanity of each drop in a vast human sea Everyone gets to be together for a day and just exist in a sea of good vibes This horizontal solidarity is so necessary as the threat of violence against all the previously enumerated groups looms large There is hope in defiance It is important to normalize this defiance when human lives are at stake and it is essential to reaffirm our shared humanity Now it is time to act as if we have a stake in each other It is time to start pooling resources for mothers who will need healthcare for their children It is time to stand up if Muslim Americans are forced to register with the state People are starting to find each other and find the will to fight by whatever means necessary Standing together in the street is a very good start Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 18 2012 12:39 am Related News A delegation of the three municipal corporations met the Lieutenant-Governor on Monday to demand regularisation of all the 1639 colonies on an as-iswhere-is basiswithout charging any land cost or penalty In the letter submitted to the L-Gthe councillors said these colonies were are developed on public land For regularisationthey have been asked for additional charges like cost of land and penalty according to the circle rate They demanded that the condition should be done awayas the residents would not be able to bear the additional economic burden The delegation also demanded that the boundaries of these colonies should be marked clearly The land for civic services parkdispensaryschoolcommunity halletc should also be properly earmarked The drainage system of the colonies be planned wellup to the outfallin consultation with the municipal officials The letter also also that the condition of obtaining a no-objection certificate from Delhi Fire Services should also be done away with The delegation included mayors of three corporationsStanding Committee chairpersons and leaders of the three Houses For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 14 2012 12:15 am Top News After a successful initiative in the form of ‘Khelshala’ (squash academy) in Sector 42Chandigarhlegendary squash coach Satinder Bajwa has now taken the duty to teach tennis to youngsters in the region The 57 year-oldcoach of eight-time world squash champion Jansher Khanhas opened ‘Khelshala’ for tennis in village Majranear Siswan Damthat was inaugurated on Monday “It has been three years since we launched Khelshala in Attawa village to teach squash to youngsters This time we thought that we should promote tennis Both the games are very popular at the college level in the USA and we want to teach these games to the children from rural areas I have been working with the young players at Attawa village and I believe the children from Majra village and nearby villages will benefit from this facility” shared Bajwawho was director of squash at Harvard University for more than a decade At Khelshalamore than 45 village children come to learn squash Moreoverhere they also study under expert teachers and practise yoga and other motivational things The coach wants to teach the same to children from the Majra village In order to make the venture a successmore than ten volunteersincluding students from Panjab Universityhave been helping Bajwa in his endeavour “The 45 children at KhelshalaAttawahave been playing squash for three years now I believe that mental strength is the key to perform well in the international arena and we want to teach the youngsters the same As the director of squash at Harvard UniversityI have interacted a lot with college players and I hope my experience will come handy” said Bajwa On Mondaymore than 100 villagers came to take part in the inauguration of the campus and village children sounded ecstatic on learning the basics of tennis “We have been working for more than a month to set things up for the academy It’s near to Panjab University and we hope that even Chandigarh players would benefit from this facility” said Ivan Khosaa volunteer at the Khelshala and a student of Panjab University For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 20 2015 6:09 pm Athiya Shetty who has earlier confessed that she hid her acting passion from her father fearing his reaction has stepped into showbiz alongside actor Aditya Pancholi’s son Sooraj in superstar Salman Khan’s co-production venture “Hero” Related News Athiya Shetty who has forayed into Bollywood with “Hero” says sharing screen space with her father and actor Suniel Shetty will be a “weird” experience for her “Acting with dad will be weird I will be scared most of the time” Athiya told IANS adding that if given a chance she’d love to dance on the beats of her father’s popular song “Shehar ki ladki” “If I have to choose a song which is being remade then it would surely be ‘Shehar ki ladki’” said the actress who opted for remake of Subhash Ghai’s 1983 film “Hero” to foray into the Hindi film world Athiya who has earlier confessed that she hid her acting passion from her father fearing his reaction has stepped into showbiz alongside actor Aditya Pancholi’s son Sooraj in superstar Salman Khan’s co-production venture “Hero” Share This Article Related Article The emerging star also notes that competition is not on her mind as most of Bollywood’s young talent including Alia Bhatt and Parineeti Chopra have already proven themselves on the big screen And she knows it’s just the beginning for her “Alia Parineeti and Shraddha Kapoor… all of them are extremely talented They have proved themselves as actors and have proved themselves as singers dancers and as artistes I have barely stepped into the industry” she said Will she ever sing Calling herself a “bathroom singer” Athiya however said she would love to sing for a movie if she is ever asked to For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandali Tiwari | Gurgaon | Published: November 25 2015 1:16 am Top News Residents of Sarai Alwardi village near Palam Vihar pelted stones at police injuring five personnel during a demolition drive by the Gurgaon administration Tuesday The situation was brought under control by over 300 policemen Ten persons including three women have been booked for rioting Following orders issued by the Punjab and Haryana High Court the administration demolished five houses that were allegedly built illegally around the 400-year-old Sarai Alawardi mosque — which is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) Share This Article Related Article Residents alleged the administration had promised to raze only one such structure near the mosque The demolition began at 2 pm after the HC rejected an appeal made by villagers to order a stay on the move The village is spread over three acres and has over 300 families living here On August 14 residents were served a notice to vacate their houses within seven days to which villagers did not comply But villagers claimed the colony was legal Residents said between 1984 and 1985 the land was provided to them by the Punjab Wakf Board on a lease for 99 years But the administration claimed the land was transferred to the ASI in 2003 and the lease no longer valid “Several of us have been living here for over 30 years We are not encroachers The government is being insensitive by not providing any alternative arrangement or compensation to families being displaced We were not told of the lease expiring and the mosque being handed over to ASI for renovation until 2013” said a villager DCP T L Satyaprakash said “…We informed all residents to vacate and gave them time to move their belongings All homes were resurveyed marked and their belongings moved before demolition” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: December 17 2015 11:13 am Kylie Minogue was joined by Joshua Sasse 28 as she sang her version of “Only You” for excited guests at the Warner/Parlophone party (Source: AP) Related News Pop star Kylie Minogue stepped on stage to perform a duet with her boyfriend for her label’s Christmas party in Somerset England The 47-year-old “Spinning Around” hitmaker was joined by Joshua Sasse 28 as she sang her version of “Only You” for excited guests at the Warner/Parlophone party at the Ring O’ Bells pub Somerset south west England reported Femalefirst The party – which also featured performances from Duran Duran – was held in the pub as Parlophone Records owner Miles Leonard has a part-share in the venue Unsuspecting members of the public were even invited to the party For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: April 26 2016 9:30 am Dr Garima Mittal new DC of Panchkula Express photo Related News IN A bureaucratic reshuffle made by the Haryana government on Monday Dr Garima Mittal was appointed as new Deputy Commissioner of Panchkula She will replace Mandeep Singh Brar With her appointment all the four key posts in the district administration are now held by women Brar was transferred as Karnal DC after a brief stint of four months He had taken charge on December 22 last year from Vivek Atray Share This Article Related Article A 2010 batch IAS Haryana cadre officer Mittal has been Administrator Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) Faridabad since December 2015 Prior to this she was ADC-cum-CEO District Rural Development Agency Palwal and SDO (Civil) Hisar Mittal has done MBBS and is the seventh woman to be appointed as Panchkula DC She will also discharge duty as the Chief Administrator Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board Panchkula Now all four key posts in the administration are held by women The other three posts are ADC SDM and City Magistrate Hema Sharma is holding the charge of Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Panchkula Radhika Singh is Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) and Mamta Sharma is the City Magistrate Apart from that few other posts are also held by women While Upinder Kaur Ahluwalia is Panchkula Mayor Savitri Sihag is District Education Officer (DEO) and Dr Veena Singh is Principal Medical Officer General Hospital Sector 6 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App

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Verma said,Someone has forged the letterhead and signature of Hussain to give a ticket request to the Ambala Divisional Rail Manager (DRM) He told us that the letterhead and signature were used to confirm a waitlisted e-ticket?has been connecting various colleges with the colonies where students live, Goswami said He said the frequency of the buses would be improved during peak hours These busesknown as U-special busesply on several routes connecting Delhi Universitys North and South campuses with various parts of Delhibesides providing connectivity to colleges located in the East and West On Thursdayfour new routes are expected to be introduced for improving connectivity of South campus with other areas? an official said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syed Khalique Ahmed | Ahmedabad | Updated: March 18 2016 4:18 am PM Narendra Modi Related News Almost two years have passed since Sureshbhai Patel was elected to Gujarat Assembly from Maninagar constituency after Narendra Modi resigned from the seat before taking oath as Prime Minister in 2014 Still “Who’s Who” list in the Assembly’s official website — gujaratassemblygovin — shows Modi as the MLA from the constituency The page on the website it appeared has not been updated since the later half of 2014 This speaks volumes about the negligence regarding update of information on the Assembly website Share This Article Related Article As many as 10 BJP MLAs resigned after they had been elected to Lok Sabha in May 2014 As per the website however they continue to represent their respective constituencies in the Assembly Other MPs who continue to be listed as MLAs are Liladhar Vaghela from Deesa Mohanbhai Kundaria from Tankara Poonamben Madam from Jamkhambhalia Rajeshbhai Chudasma from Mangrol Bharatiben Shiyal from Talaja Dilpbhai Patel from Anand Devusinh Chauhan from Matar Jaswantsinh Bhabhor from Limkheda and Prabhubhai Nagarbhai Vasava from Mandvi All of them had resigned from the House on May 22 2014 Even Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala as per the website is an MLA from Rajkot Vala was made Karnataka Governor in September 2014 after the Modi-led government came to power at the Centre When brought to his notice state government spokesperson and minister Nitin Patel said: “The Assembly falls under the jurisdiction of Speaker Ganpatbhai Vasava and I will bring this to his notice tomorrow (Friday)” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: January 2 2016 5:09 am Only 1221 extra buses were sent out from DTC depots Friday (Express Photo by Oinam Anand) Related News Most of the private and school buses commissioned by the Delhi government to ferry passengers ran empty Friday Not too many commuters seemed to know that these buses were being used for public transport while some drivers almost lost their way The tiny stickers and inconspicuous banners pasted on these buses went largely unnoticed by many passengers “I didn’t know that school buses were going to be used for public transport The bus numbers on them are hardly visible” said Sushil Kumar a commuter at the SJ Enclave Market bus stop Agreeing with him the driver of a school bus said “The banners and stickers on the windshield are too small people are not able to read it There should be large banners to inform people that this is not being used as a school bus but a public bus today” “At several stops I shouted out the bus number and route from the window but the commuters were confused and didn’t get on the bus” said Umed Ali a conductor Though a trial run had been held earlier drivers of private buses struggled with the designated routes; some of them had to follow instructions by their passengers On bus no 724 Surjeet Singh a retired bank manager had to gave directions to the driver at every turn He was the sole passenger in the bus and had the conductor and a civil defence volunteer for company “Proper implementation is really important for any policy… this driver would have lost his way had I not been on the bus” said Singh Ram Swaroop who drives a school bus said only a few drivers had been trained about the various stops and routes and how to pick up and drop commuters “I had some problems with the route… the conductor is guiding me It took me a few trips to memorise the routes” said Swaroop Though the government had said 3000 extra buses will ply Friday that didn’t happen said officials of the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) “Many of the private buses registered with us did not turn up Only 1221 of the 3000 registered buses were sent out from our depots today” said DTC public relations officer R S Minhas (The reporter is an intern with The Indian Express with inputs from Sarah Hafeez) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: January 11 2016 5:21 am Voters queue up outside a voting booth in Bhalauth Village of Rohtak on Sunday (Below) Outside PGIMS Rohtak (Express Photo) Related News More than 82 per cent polling was reported for the first phase of Haryana panchayat elections the first to be held under the amended Haryana Panchayati Raj Act on Monday One person died in Palwal district while protests were reported from a few other places Panchkula reported maximum participation with a turnout of around 92 per cent followed by 90 per cent at Yamunanagar Elections were held in 47 blocks where over 8900 polling stations were set up As many as 15682 panches 93 sarpanches and 46 members of panchayat samitis were elected unanimously The incident in Palwal occurred in the morning in the playground of a government school in Ratipur village where a polling booth was set up Two groups clashed in the playground and pelted each other with stones Bir Singh (50) a local resident was hit and later succumbed to his injuries Police registered a case against 12 persons though no arrests were made The incidents forced the officials to halt polling for around an hour Protests were reported in Jind where one person was killed on Saturday in an alleged poll-related violence in Rohad village Protesters blocked roads and raised slogans for around an hour Later the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police arrived and pacified the people State Election Commissioner Rajeev Sharma said that stray incidents were reported from Palwal Mewat Bhiwani Rohtak and Fatehabad districts He added that polling would be conducted again in Punhana district Mewat where two EVMs were damaged “Report of a scuffle outside a polling booth in Palwal was received but it was unrelated to the election” he said He added that the situation would be assessed after the final reports of Returning Officers In Fatehabad results of all 116 panchayats was announced by evening The counting in some districts continued late into the night The results of the zila parishad and panchayat samiti elections would be declared on January 28 The second phase of polling would take place on January 17 President of Haryana Congress Ashok Tanwar said that the reports from across the state indicate that the situation is in favour of Congress “A large number of sarpanches being elected are from our party Even in Chautala village a Congress sarpanch has won” he said BJP president Subhash Barala thanked people of the state for participating enthusiastically in the election He said that people have voted for transparency and good governance as with the new conditions candidates with a clean record will be elected At the time of filing this report counting was still ongoing in many centres For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: August 4 2015 12:18 pm Irrfan Khan’s expletive-laden take mocks Bollywood musicians propensity to use cliche high-pumping numbers and their unimaginative but catchy lyrics to attract audiences (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Irrfan Khan ditched his intense image to dance with scantily clad women in AIB’s humorous spoof on party numbers of Bollywood The expletive-laden take mocks Bollywood musicians propensity to use cliche high-pumping numbers and their unimaginative but catchy lyrics to attract audiences The six-minute-forty five-second-long hilarious video starts with AIB members approaching “The Lunchbox” star His assistant starts bragging about the actor’s ability to do “anything” The members then remind him that he has never done a party number and Irrfan quickly accepts their challenge He takes the lead by dressing in blingy T-shirts and shorts and wearing coloured aviators “Same old party songs same old cliche party songs.” actor sings along AIB members “When you want to earn 100 crores just make a party video apply the autotune patch make lyrics to be so first catchy line again same line repeated several times till it gets stuck in your mind” the song continues “When I asked money for the video I was told after this video you won’t b needing money you’ll need lawyers” tweeted Irrfan about the clip Bollywood stars took to Twitter to shower praise on the latest offering of the funny group who had stirred controversy in March due to their show “AIB Roast” that also starred actors Ranveer Singh Arjun Kapoor and filmmaker Karan Johar “Hahahah they are back! This time with “Oscar winning” jokes!, download Indian Express AppBy: ANI | London | Updated: July 5, For all the latest Pune News, For them to walk back the report at this stage would be embarrassing at the very least and a sign of capitulation and weakness at the most.get ready. a Member of?anything." he said. which is why I’ve spoken about the changes I’ve made.

The final event “will be held where 12 girls will be put through round of Q&A, Then why is my Class VII teacher complaining about me? Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan and his wife Jaya Bachchan have completed 42 years of married life. 2015 1:11 pm Angelina Jolie: I am looking forward to meeting with many people including women’s groups, "I have a huge idea. Kemar Roach For all the latest Sports News, Improving situation in Balochistan was discussed in the conference where officers were also briefed on the geo-strategic environment,In the run-up to the high-octane Gujarat Assembly election 2012 3:06 am Related News Even as 47 villagers were arrested on Friday for attacking police in Maval on August 9, officials said.

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