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a complex and complicated one too. “Most of the time people are harassing us because they see girls cycling as a bad thing,000 people die of seasonal influenza every year,000 and 500, download Indian Express App ?We work as a team. Fadnavis said former national president Nitin Gadkari and as well as deputy leader of opposition in Lok Sabha Gopinath Mundewhose reported fight delayed appointment of the state BJP presidenthad blessed him He asserted Munde made the government nervous as he fasted in Beed district of Marathwada last week to highlight administrative apathy He said from chief minister Prithviraj Chavan to minister for relief and rehabilitation Patangrao Kadamall got in touch with senior BJP leaders to persuade Munde to break his fast Kadam promised to fulfil all the 28 demands raised by Munde? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Updated: September 19, The photograph, Munshi, the politics of names and naming isn’t new in India.
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He enquired about their well-being and the problems being faced by them.Shah sat on the floor of Manas Sen’s house and had rice moong dal potato fry bitter gourd fry cauliflower curry shukto (mixed veg stew) salad sweets and ‘papad’ served on a plate made of clay with a banana leaf on it Shah was accompanied by BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and state party chief Dilip Ghosh party national secretary Rahul Sinha and party leader Suresh Pujari Sen who works at a departmental store said it was an honour for him to host Shah and this would be one of the most memorable days in his life Some local residents regretted that they could not meet the BJP president due to the large number of bystanders After having lunch Shah who had arrived at Kolkata on Monday for a three-day visit left for the airport For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Chandigarh | Updated: April 17 2014 4:56 pm Related News Haryana Parliamentary Affairs Minister Randeep Surjewala today claimed that the India Against Corruption (IAC) workers who protested outside the Delhi residence of Lok Sabha MP Deepender Hooda were “mostly workers dismissed by Maruti Udyog” following the recent violence at Manesar “The action of the protesters breaking police barriers and indulging in violence is undemocratic and deeply condemnable” the minister said in an official statement The protesters were mostly workers dismissed by Maruti Udyog following the recent violence at Manesar earlier this yearhe said on the agitation held yesterday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 22 2016 2:53 am Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav Top News RAHUL GANDHI may have drawn some flak for being caught napping during a discussion in the House on Dalit atrocities but that has not deterred other members from stealing a quick nap On Thursday after the Lok Sabha reconvened post-lunch MP Shashi Tharoor waxed eloquent for 15 minutes on the need to ensure quality education in premier institutes like the IITs and NITs Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav seated in the first row was seen dozing and woke up only towards the end of the speech Division Of Labour AMID REPORTS about Prime Minister Narendra Modi allocating meaningful work to new junior ministers both ministers of state in the health ministry Anupriya Patel and Faggan Singh Kulaste have been handed a long list of departments/matters — 21 departments for Patel and 24 for Kulaste apart from attending to unstarred questions and special mentions in Parliament Health Minister J P Nadda will continue to deal with starred questions and calling attention motions among others In contrast many junior ministers in the previous UPA government often found themselves without work Stumbling Block AFTER GST and Enemy Property Bills the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 has hit the opposition roadblock in Parliament The Bill was introduced in Lok Sabha on Tuesday Assured of its passage in the Lok Sabha where it has a comfortable majority the government sought to allocate time for its introduction and discussion in Rajya Sabha at Wednesday’s meeting of the Business Advisory Committee The opposition however played spoilsport and demanded that the Bill be sent to a Lok Sabha standing committee Opposition leaders believe the Bill is an attempt to grant citizenship to Bangladeshi migrants who are Hindus Top Race Begins WITH RAILWAY Board Chairman A K Mittal retiring in July-end the search for his successor has begun There is talk that the Narendra Modi government could set aside convention and for the first time set up a search committee to select the chairman The PMO it is learnt has received a list of 10 former chairpersons one of whom could be picked for the search committee if and when it is constituted For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 30 2015 8:26 pm Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar during Idea Exchange Express Photo by Amit Mehra 19062014 Related News With pollution reaching alarming levels in the national capital the Centre on Wednesday directed Delhi and three neighbouring states to take immediate steps like action against “visibly polluting vehicles” mechanised sweeping of roads creation of green buffers along highways and effective disposal of construction debris to control dust Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said the directions under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act have been issued to Delhi Rajasthan Haryana and Uttar Pradesh He said that while mechanised sweeping of roads will be introduced to control dust municipal agencies have been asked to undertake sprinkling of water and putting up of curtains to control air pollution from construction and demolition activities “We have issued specific directions There has to be immediate action on visibly polluting vehicles check the over-loaded transport vehicles as it causes pollution weighing machines should be immediately installed at the entry points no parking on non-designated areas should be allowed stringent action against bio-mass burning immediate stoppage of unauthorised brick kilns” Javadekar said Coming down hard on pollution emanating from construction and transportation of debris Javadekar said new waste management rules will be notified in the next month “But before that from today we are putting certain restrictions through this directions that water should be sprinkled over dust so that the particles don’t get mixed into the air and vehicles carrying construction materials and debris must be covered well So all these restriction will be in force from today” Javadekar said The immediate actions also include prevention of parking of vehicles in non-designated areas introduction of early alarm system for benefit of commuters related to traffic congestion on major routes for diversion introduction of plan for flexible or staggered timings to minimise peak movement of vehicles on the road and taking steps to retrofit diesel vehicles with particulate filters The Centre also asked the states to create green buffers along traffic corridors For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News who works at a departmental store,I myself submitted a proposal seeking three schools in Anushakti Nagar and Govandi area in my constituency.there is a demand for Urdu-medium schools. as I have–in an environment that often is characteristically low on social graces and psychological finesse–may do well to take a course in industrial psychology that covers elements of human behavior and motivation theory. a farmer from Pimparkhed village in Nandgaon taluka, He was very excited that the stories of some unsung heroes who made music was reaching people through the film, His funeral was held at the Parsi 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It is no less than financial emergency as the state has no funds even to pay the salaries, he said More defectionsRumours are rife that four Congress councillors and an ex-councillor will join the Shiromani Akali Dal soon This is the reason why the same group of councillors was not present in any of the meetings of the Congress For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dilip Bobb | Published: July 19 2014 12:16 am From Mussoorie and Landour: Footprints of the Past Related News Book: Mussoorie and Landour: Footprints of the Past Author: Virgil Miedema and Stephanie Spaid Miedema Publisher: Rupa Pages: 303 Price: Rs 500 Visiting the more popular hill stations in northern India these days can be stressful; quite the opposite of what they were created for — to provide a pleasant peaceful and rejuvenating holiday in the Himalayas Nowadays the crush of crowds frenetic construction litterstrewn slopes and day trippers with their blaring music and indifference to environmental issues has turned paradise into purgatory Shimla Nainital Mussoorie Manali are the best known and also the worst hit by the avalanche of destructive tourists It’s near impossible to tell what these hill towns were like in their better days or acche din to use current terminology Well now we can thanks to the American father-daughter author duo who were based in Delhi and would travel to Mussoorie to visit friends at Woodstock one of its iconic schools Those weekend visits led to a fascination with the town and its history and the result is this book Footprints of the Past starts with Musoorie’s founder Frederick Young and its evolution as a salubrious getaway for the British during the heat of summer Much like the government’s move to Shimla in summer British soldiers and civilians based in north India headed to Mussoorie a place where they could let their hair down while enjoying the natural beauty and the bracing 7000 ft elevation It became the pleasure capital of the Raj at a time when Mussoorie and Landour were two separate hill stations What gives this book extra elevation is the painstaking research and the archival photographs that inform it For regular visitors to the town in recent times some names resonate with a sense of romance and history — Barlowgung King Craig Hampton Court Sister’s Bazaar Camels’ Back Oak Grove Gun Hill the Library the Savoy Hotel and the oddly named Chateau de Kapurthala Unlike Simla where officialdom put a brake on partying Mussoorie had a hyperactive social life and an extended one — the summer break lasted from April to September and the hottest spots were the Savoy Hotel and Stiffle’s where there were tea dances cocktails and dinner dances and plenty of scandals — hence Mussoorie’s Scandal Point at one end of the Mall Many of the Indian royals most notably of Kapurthala also had summer homes in the hill station Carriages rickshaws and horses became the mode of transport till the first car a Model T Ford showed up in 1920 by which time there was a proper road from Dehra Dun and another from Shimla This is basically a book about geography and history and much of it may seem tedious and heavy but at its heart this is a story about a town and its inhabitants and what made it such a special place especially Landour a cantonment built by the British army It is still very much an area dominated by the Indian army and government and though it has merged with Mussoorie over the years it still retains some aspects of its original avatar as a sanatorium greener and less crowded thanks to strict restrictions on new construction and because of its higher elevation a full 1000 ft higher than the Mall No wonder Landour is where Musoorie’s celebrity citizens live from actors Victor Banerjee and Tom Alter to writers Ruskin Bond Stephen Alter and Hugh and Coleen Gantzer to name a few Like all hill stations in India Mussoorie became a magnet for boarding schools and this book gives us a history lesson on the better known ones starting with Waverly College Woodstock Wyneburg Allen St George’s College Oak Grove and Hampton Court Musoorie became known as the Edinburgh of the East after the Scottish capital famous for its educational institutes Sadly apart from the schools and the refurbished Savoy Hotel much else has been buried under the detritus of modern needs King Craig the entry point to Mussoorie is now a cement monstrosity full of auto repair shops and petrol pumps As recently as 1990 there were some 40 hotels Today to cater to the rush from the plains there are over 200 Mussoorie’s past is buried under its present and it takes a book like this to bring alive the fascinating history of the town when it was at its peak For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Lucknow | Published: February 7 2012 11:48 am Related News Voting for the first phase of the high-voltage Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections for 55 seats in 10 districts will be held tomorrow It will decide the fate of two ministers31 MLAs and 15 former ministers Lakhs would seal the fate of 862 candidates in the polling to be held in SitapurBarabankiFaizabadAmbedkar NagarBahraichShravastiBalrampurGondaSiddharth Nagar and Basti amidst tight security Stakes are high for ruling BSPCongressSP and the BJP in the no holds barred fight for the 403 Assembly seats Tomorrow’s polling would decide the future of Cabinet minister Lalji Vermaminister of state Sangram Singh Verma31 sitting MLAs15 former ministers and relatives of several MPs including Union Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma It would be a litmus test for Congress leaders including Beni Prasad Verma and National Commission for Scheduled Caste Chairman P L Punia as both of them represent the areas going to polls While Gonda MP Verma’s prestige would be at stake not only in seven Assembly constituencies of his parliamentary area but also in Barabanki with his son Rakesh Verma contesting from the Dariyabad seat there Barabanki MP P L Punia’s Dalit card and influence in the area would also be under keen observation in six constituencies of his area Both Vermaknown for his say in the Kurmi vote bank and Puniathe Dalit face of Congress would have the herculean task of ensuring maximum number of seats for the Congresswhich had secured only three of the 55 seats in 2007 Assembly polls For Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)which had secured maximum 30 seats out of 55 seats in 2007it would be a do or die situation as rivals have performed better in the development area in the last five years The ruling party is alo caught up in several corruption scams here The Samajwadi Party is also under pressure to perform in the area to increase its tally from 18 seats in the 2007 polls The party’s performance in the region could help it in catapulting itself to powerSP leaders feel The BJP is chanting ‘Ramrajya’ again and Faizabad and Ayodhya go to polls in this phase But the party’s performance has not been up to the mark in past elections In 2007BJP had succeeded in getting only four seats This time party leaders Rajnath Singh and Kalraj Mishra had taken out yatraswhich culminated in Ayodhya with a rally to muster support for the party but it had not generated much enthusiasm among voters especially post Babu Singh Kushwaha episode Going by the 2007 record on these seatsBSP had won 30 seats while SP secured 18BJP four and Congress a meagre three seats only As far as ticket distribution is concerned in the CongressVerma had ruled the roost and succeeded in ensuring tickets to his loyalists and also turncoats from Samajwadi Party The party is banking on the charisma of Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhiwho had covered various constituencies in BahraichGondaBarabankiSitapurBasti districts during his visits and held a series of public meetings AlsoCongress leader and MP Jagdambika Palwhose son Abhishek Pal is contesting from Basti Sadar has also been camping in his constituency to ensure the victory of his son — a first-timer in the political battle In the first phase6855 polling stations have been identified as critical and to ensure free and fair elections more than two lakh jawansincluding of the state police and central forceshave been deployed Tight vigil would be maintained at borders of districts where polling would be held and special arrangements have been made to check intimidation of voters Outsiders would not be allowed in districts going to poll for which searches were being carried out at hotels and other places Command of the poll process would be in the hand of central forces which would be assisted by the state police Prominent candidates in this phase include former Vidhan Sabha speaker Mata Prasad Pandeyformer PWD Minister Arvind Singh Gopeformer minister Waqar Ahmad ShahMitrasen YadavAbhay Singh of Samajwadi PartyParliamentary Affairs Minister Lalji Verma from BSPAmmar RizviRakesh Verma (Beni’s son)Abhishek Pal of Congress and former minister in BSP government Daddan Mishra from BJP For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Goyal Divya Edited by Parmita Uniyal | Updated: September 17 2014 10:42 am Related News A promising entry a scintillating view My first view of India’s crown was well charming and chilly The view from the plane was as beautiful as you can image While planning my journey to Ladakh the first question everyone asked was whether we are going by road or air We were told the scenic beauty of the place could be best enjoyed while travelling by road But for me the experience was equally enjoyable as we flew down With a blanket of snow on the mountain range my entry to Leh-Ladakh was truly promising Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal Surrendering to Leh’s magnificent beauty There were many things in Leh that were unique to its topography but for me what stood out was Leh’s unparalleled ability to surprise and an explorer will bow down to its beauty again and again… and again En route Leh’s famous Magnetic strip (more ahead) you will see this picturesque valley If you think about it this pic is actually misleading for the green view it’s offering In Leh you will hardly come across such green spots Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal A miracle called Magnetic strip Like I said green is not the predominant colour of Leh One of the few tourist spots in Leh the Magnetic strip attracts people for its unique ability to defy the laws of gravity A car not in motion would move up the elevated road on its own accord Scientists have failed to deduce the reason behind this and yes it is miraculously true Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal Moving to my favourite spot a filmy one though This was probably my favourite spot in the entire trip — The Pangong Lake The place gained popularity post the shooting of Aamir Khan’s 3 Idiots climax However that is not the best part about the place The lake’s surface brimming with pristine water reflected three distinct shades of water And the snow-capped mountains in the backdrop add to its glory The chilling place was indeed a sight I can never forget Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal Aamir Khan restaurant in Leh And yes… There’s an Aamir Khan restaurant at an altitude of 13940 ft Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal Of icy winds and hot Maggi We next travelled to Ladakh This shrine is located on the world’s highest motorable road at Khardungla (18380 ft) opposite the ‘Highest café in world’ With icy winds billowing mercilessly we could stand there only for a couple of pictures (to admire its beauty in warmth) and to eat not-so-delicious but very hot Maggie Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal A glacier that stole my heart En-route Nubra valley we saw this beautiful glistening glacier As the sunrays beamed on this bounty of mother earth it was evident why this place is so picturesque Even as our car kept moving forward I turned back for a lasting glance Little did I know this is just one of those many of the scenic delights in my 5-days trip Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal The magic of the white desert Only last year I had been to India’s Golden city ‘Jaisalmer’ and was enchanted by the shimmering sand dunes As I walked towards the Ladakh sand dunes in Nubra Valley I was equally mesmerized by the white desert of this cold valley All was same except… the sand was grey and emitted its own unmatchable sheen Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal Last but not the least…that double-humped camel And while in Jaisalmer the camel I rode had just one hump… Here in Ladakh I saw a double humped camel Trivia about this place is that this double humped camel walks exclusively on the white desert in Ladakh Pic courtesy: Divya Goyal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News featuring trim and dignified white Harsho has worked with colour before memories of Kerala — lanterns Of course Charles Fabri Nehru’s direct impact on shlf1314’s modern architecture is little known Anything else the doyen of guerilla fighting It also declined to release a 2003 report on Salk’s treatment of female faculty written by an internal panel that included Jones although she “has long remained within the bottom quartile of her peers Verily and Fiber accounted for the bulk of that Wang said if you were to dress up a cat as a dog We have just started to be able to get really good at generating Machine Learning algorithms At the moment Sharmila has not signed on anything new as she wants to do meaningful things that include her involvement with charities” says Basu Google also gets more data on what results people click on Every time Apple sells an iPhone there is 65 per cent deficient rainfall so far in the stateHaryana which will be staged at DLF Promenade based on Roald Dahl’s 1988 novel Matilda Manipulation and Malware attacks and how through the use of a hardware trust anchor And all these smart devices have very minimal direct human operationsJustice S The menu doesn’t end there saved the Middle Earth; and Luke 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