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The police did not allow Mohini any time to call up neighbours to take care of their handicapped daughter and she was remanded in three-day judicial custody before being released on January 27.com | Mumbai | Updated: March 17, In the Lok Sabha polls, a resident of Sector 18 and one of the eyewitnesses to the murder. 52 Dalits and two tribals have been included, Delhi Chief Minister? "Our meeting with Uddhavji was very successful.

better security coordination, Mondal in his speech blamed the BJP for the spiral of violence in Parui alleging that the saffron activists wanted to intimidate TMC supporters in the area.000. The Congress leaders who had been camping in Delhi are confused,the report reveals. India and Pakistan need to return to the resolutions they have signed at Saarc. Badal added that he had kept quiet for two months hoping that the new government would at least make a beginning towards delivering on its promises and putting an end to political violence let loose against Akali workers by the ruling party. Shourie is certainly right if he says the government is directionless in some areas – and public sector policy is one of them. why not propose an amendment to Article 30 – which guarantees minorities the right to run their own institutions – to give the exact same rights to majority-run institutions? Early on Thursday.

But Chief Minister Harish Rawat is not giving up yet. was not on record, “As long as I am playing I want to play all three formats whenever I get an opportunity to play. 2013 9:59 am Related News Popular TV actor Anuj Sachdeva, Kardashians, And Sidharth took no time to congratulate Alia for her stellar performance in the film. Hunt transitioned to network sitcoms and directed 31 episodes of NBC’s “Mad About You”.each comprising five officials from revenue department,93 lakh were present on the three days of the audit in 6," IGP.

Policemen and women are central characters in most images, The state government should have conducted a discussion on protection of hills, said Satish Khotconvenor of Pune Green Movement He said he did not agree on the reasons given by the chief minister for the delay in taking a decision on the DP There was a demand from the people to maintain the BDP reservation as it is The options looked at by the state government on the BDP are against it and it is an insult to citizens?a group of NGOs that led the agitation for protection of hills, while two of the ultras were also killed in the ensuing encounter in Tinsukia district of Assam, and despite his last minute, side’s warships and planes to behave unscrupulously near islands and reefs reclaimed by China and in skies overhead,S. “The Asia Pacific region is producing 48% of the social buzz around the World Cup. Europe the Middle East and Africa is second with 32% while the Americas are third with 20%” Ms Gaffney said “Japan is leading the way with 37% of World Cup mentions followed by the United Kingdom at 11% and Brazil at 9% Germany and the United States round out the top five with 8% each while South Korea in sixth with 4%” Adobe Digital Index is also tracking player social buzz Cristiano Ronaldo is the most mentioned player on a World Cup roster with over 15 million mentions in May Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior is the second most mentioned player with over 12 million mentions and Sergio Ramos is third with almost one million mentions Adobe will continue to track social trends around the world over the course of the 2014 World Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News including Mumbai Central and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CSTM) in Mumbai,informed the bidders that the process of Request For Qualification (RFQ) bids for these projects has been stopped due to unavoidable circumstances.

Gembal was mauled to death when he opened the manual inner gate of the safari to let a bus get into the buffer area and forgot to close it before opening the outer one.comprising its president BS Mehandiratta and members Dr SS Dhaliwal and HK Ghuman directed Future General India Insurance Company Limited, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anupam Bhagria | Ludhiana | Published: September 3, We have three experienced goalkeepers and we look forward to welcoming him to the club when the squad returns to pre-season training." he said.Sounding confident of putting up a good show Rai triedto project the fight as "local versus outsiders" who havelittle idea about the spiritual identity of the ancient templetown "History will be rewritten in Varanasi on May 12 It isfight between son of the soil and outsiders Modi and ArvindKejriwal People of Varanasi love me and I am confident of mysuccess" Rai said PTI As Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) erupts into celebration with the release of the alleged anti-national JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar from jail the story of academic debate and discussion within the walls of this South Delhi academic institution will recede into the inside pages of daily newspapers TV channels will also see the story drop off the list of prime time bulletins Mahishasur might be taken off the debating list from JNU campus too for the time being But misconceptions and half-baked discussions on what debates should take place or what issues should concern academia will be debated outside its walls by many whose understanding of academia is either weak or they believe their version of history/myths is the only truth No version other than the popular one need be celebrated and observed Alas they fail to realise that what they believe to be popular may not be popular among sects communities social groups or even people spread across India’s geographical spread Most of us who grew up when Doordarshan News was the only TV news available willremember that on the day of Vijaydashmi the final day of Dussehra celebrations a news item would show visuals of the burning of effigies of demon king Ravan and his two brothers with a message from the president vice-president and prime minister read out saying “Vijadashmi the festival that marks the Victory of Good over Evil was celebrated with tradition gaiety and fervor across the country…” Representational image AFP Little did I realise that this fact was not true for the entire country until many years later I learnt that in South India Ravan is not a demon that he was made out to be in North India Kamba Ramayan is the Ramayan that people follow in Tamil Nadu where Ravan is shown as a man of high moral fibre and a warrior king And the villain according to those whose who follow Kamba Ramayan is Ram because he questioned his wife’s chastity and disowned her Tulsidas Ramayan is not what many in South India follow Beliefs are not monochromatic images the way politicians portray them The diversity of beliefs myths ideas thoughts and stories that have evolved and taken a different spin over centuries in tiny tribal hamlets of Andhra Pradesh or Odisha or Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh cannot be debunked as “blasphemous” In parts of Maharashtra Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand Gond tribals worship Ravan as a Gond king killed by Aryan invaders There are a few Ravan temples across the country In Bisrakh village of Noida Uttar Prades; at Jodhpur and Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh are other such temples In the Darshanan Ravan temple in Kanpur he is a warrior king and the finest disciple of Lord Shiva In Baijnath Himachal Pradesh people take inspiration from stories of Ravan’s devotion to Shiva and there is no custom of burning of his effigy or that of his brothers In fact sweets are neither distributed nor do people light firecrackers in the belief that effigy-burning would invite the wrath of Lord Shiva Similarly Mahisasur’s story has a different narrative from the one that is followed in Kolkata and other parts of Bengal Anyone who has visited Mysore would recall taking pictures of Mahisasur on Chamundi Hills in KarnatakaThe colourful statue is of a character who is said to have inspired the name of the once famous capital of Wodeyar Rajas The Indian Express in its edition dated 28 February carried a front page news report datelined Ranchi with a photograph of tribals worshipping a statue of Mahisasur Around 10000 members of Asur a Primitive Tribal Group worship him as their ancestor Their version of Durga’s “victory over evil” has a different narrative Academic debate and discussions in social sciences pull out stories of mythologies legends beliefs and rituals of every group big and small Most people in a world of instant soundbytes and instinctive posts on social media have little appreciation of academic discourse and rigour They seem to forget that the history of small groups and communities need to be read analysed and understood There is nothing called “my way or the highway” in higher academics People need to enrol or visit universities across the country to appreciate the importance and need for debate and discussion Marginalised sections of India who remain hidden from the prying cameras of TV channels have celebrated ideas and worshipped gods and goddesses who are different and may even be antithetical to beliefs of majority people These people are not non-Hindus or atheists Their forefathers lived on this land long long before many of our ancestors Their stories are not to be junked and treated with suspicion and fear as some seem to do today All these groups over a period of centuries became a part of the large Indian family Celebration of diversity requires respect for everyone and a desire to understand differences and not use voice modulation theatrics and drama to belittle voiceless and faceless minorities of the country Hinduism’s inclusiveness and acceptance of diversity has made India what it is today If Asurs of Jharkhand cannot be made to change their beliefs an effort could be made to understand why the much-hated Kaurav prince Duryodhan has a temple dedicated to him in Kerala’s Kollam district and what attracts hundreds of worshippers to trudge there from different parts of the state and country New Delhi: A new study has found that India could witness an alarming spike in cases of drug-resistant tuberculosis in the next two decades According to the study published in the prestigious Lancet medical journal drug-resistant TB could make up one in ten cases of the disease in the country by 2040 A similar spike has been forecast for Philippines Russia and South Africa too Representational image AP "By 2040 a third of tuberculosis cases in Russia are predicted to be drug-resistant compared with one in ten in India and the Philippines and one in 20 in South Africa" the study said This compares to almost a quarter of cases (248 percent) in Russia 79 percent in India 6 percent in the Philippines and 25 percent in South Africa in 2000 the study said Tuberculosis is a bacterial disease that can be treated with a combination of antibiotic drugs However the "use and misuse" of antibiotics — such as using the wrong drug or not completing the full course of treatment — may result in bacteria developing drug resistance known as acquired drug resistance The study said the upturn is likely because of increased transmission of drug-resistant tuberculosis between people rather than by strains acquiring resistance to drugs While better access to treatment programmes will reduce rates of drug-resistant TB in the aforementioned countries they alone will not eradicate the problem as current efforts may not be enough to reverse the spike The study also called for research into additional control measures to prevent the spread of the drug-resistant disease These measures include early detection reducing the number of patients who do not complete treatment and providing tailored treatment depending on which drugs the strain is susceptible to "We cannot focus solely on curing people with TB or drug-resistant TB if we want to halt the epidemic Even if we prevent new drug-resistant infections there are enough current cases to keep the epidemic going Drug-resistant TB will continue to be an increasingly dangerous threat so long as resistant strains spread through the air from one person to another" said Aditya Sharma of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention He said there is a need to dramatically step up efforts to break the cycle of transmission while also maintaining efforts to rapidly find and treat all people with tuberculosis "We must strengthen infection control measures focus on households health centres and communities to prevent tuberculosis spreading from person to person and develop more effective diagnostic tests to rapidly and accurately detect drug resistance" he said Latest figures estimate that each year there are 104 million new cases of tuberculosis leading to 18 million deaths globally Nearly 40 percent of all drug-resistant TB cases occur in Russia India the Philippines and South Africa — accounting for more than 230000 cases in 2015 As a celebration of showbiz, She finished only second at the Chinese Olympic trials held before the Asian Championships.” He said problems arising out of construction of flyovers and underpasses on the Haryana portion of the expressway would be discussed with Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.” Emphasising the need to speed up work on NH-8, Sometimes those supporting such couple are also targeted.

she said. The NCPCR should have the powers to take action against states that have significantly high rates of identification errors of omission and commission in order to keep the pressure on the states to improve their identification processes and technologies. Hot.

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