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P Gupta 18, Most of these professors have a background in chemistry, Top News Rubbishing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Shoot me” statement as a “poll gimmick”, recent crime statistics indicate “a rising trend which is being perpetrated through insensitivity, Social Sciences and Humanities at Cambridge University For all the latest Opinion News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 26, 2010 3:47 am Related News Promoting more austere interiors at homes, the biggest challenge which still remains in the employment of manual scavengers to clean the human excreta along the railway tracks. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has directed officials to ascertain the exact number of manual scavengers and prepare alternative employment plans to end the practice by March. According to Vinita.

2008 when 10 terrorists fanned out and attacked various spots in Mumbai. WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest India News,Md Mujibal Haque will be present in Agartala? The Irish contribution to this work is thanks to Dermot and Geraldine Martin, These children are some of the more-than-100 orphans looked after in Nyumbani, that’s all they want to do!Sign meupWritten by Satish Jha Gopal B Kateshiya | Una/rajkot | Updated: October 6 2016 2:19 pm Dalits take part in a solidarity rally in Una on Monday Express photo Top News A DAY after Dalits were attacked in Samter village of Una taluka in Gir Somnath district police arrested 20 persons and detained six others Tuesday According to police a mob of around 1000 persons had blocked National Highway 8E at Samter village Monday evening when Dalits were returning after participating in Dalit Asmita Yatra in Una town The mob threw stones on police and Dalits injuring many Police had first resorted to lathicharge to disperse the rioters and then lobbed teargas shells But as the clash continued for about three ours police fired in the air to quell the mobs Watch| Rohith Vemula Not A Dalit Neither His Mother: HRD Commission’s Findings “Seven policemen including Una’s police inspector and Veraval’s DySP have been injured We are investigating as to how many Dalits were injured in the violence We have arrested 20 persons today and detained six others who are injured and are undergoing treatment in hospitals” said H R Chaudhary Gir Somnath SP Chaudhary however added that the village was peaceful and no untoward incident was reported from any other part of the district “State Reserve Police and local police continue to be deployed at Samter The situation is peaceful” he said Based on a complaint filed by Veraval DySP K N Patel Una police have registered a case of attempt to murder rioting assaulting public servant among others against 37 persons and a mob of 1000 persons Meanwhile doctors at Junagadh civil hospital said that one of the two injured admitted there had sustained bullet injuries “Jasvantsinh Bhatti a 20-year-old from Samter village has a bullet injury in his thigh while Bapubha Gohil 40 also form Samter has a broken nose” said Dr Tansukh Solanki resident medical officer of Junagadh civil hospital However Junagadh range inspector general Brijesh Kumar Jha said it was not certain if the man was hit by police bullet On Monday hours after the 10-day Dalit Asmita Yatra ended in Una tension gripped the area as police fired six rounds in the air at Samter village when a mob began pelting stones to protest the participation of local Dalit residents in the event At least four police personnel and four others were injured in clashes at the village about 10 km from Mota Samadhiyala where seven Dalits were flogged by a mob for skinning a dead cow on July 11 CID (crime) which is investigating the flogging case has arrested 36 persons so far Majority of those arrested are residents of Samter Una police inspector H G Vaghela told The Indian Express that he too was injured in the stone-pelting apart from three women police constables Four FIRs had been lodged at his police station since Sunday night against those either trying to stop Dalits heading to the rally or obstructing police said Vaghela who is investigating the case Prakash Parmar a Dalit resident of Samter said over phone: “I have been calling local police for protection but to no avail Today they came only after the attack on Dalits returning from the sammelan” Parmar said that he was a relative of the flogging victims and that his family has been facing threats from upper-caste villagers “Police fired six rounds in the air at Samter village to disperse the mob” said Junagadh range IG Brajesh Jha He said that another village Rameshwar Patiya also witnessed violence “In both villages police lobbed more than ten tear gas shells to disperse the mob The situation is under control and the roads that were blocked due to the violence have been opened” said Jha Earlier the Dalit yatra which was flagged off from Ahmedabad on August 5 ended with the warning that a “rail roko” agitation will be launched after a month if the Gujarat government did not give five acres of land to each Dalit family as an alternative for the “traditionally imposed dirty jobs” of disposing carcasses and manual scavenging The warning was issued by emerging Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani in Una while addressing a gathering of around 6000 people Kanhaiya Kumar president of the JNU students union and Radhika Vemula the mother of Rohith Vemula who committed suicide following his ouster from the Hyderabad University hostel joined the last leg of the yatra For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 14 2013 12:18 am Related News Railways is likely to name one of the new trains announced today by Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal after the Delhi gangrape victim According to sourcesthe railway ministry could make a formal announcement soon that the Chhapra-Anand Vihar Express (weekly) will be named either ‘Nirbhaya’ or ‘Beti’ after the girl The train will pass through Balliawhich is the hometown of the girlthey said The 23-year-old paramedical student was raped and brutally assaulted by six persons in a moving bus here on December 16 last year She was admitted to a Singapore hospital where she succumbed on December 29 Bansalwhile replying to railway debate in Parliament todayannounced introduction of 19 more trainsincluding the Chhapra-Anand Vihar Express Sources said railways had received representations from the local leaders in Ballia for a train connecting the national capital to their town and naming it after the girl For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bengaluru | Published: August 25 2016 4:14 am Top News Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has sought a report from the Revenue Department following allegations that state Chief Secretary Arvind Jadhav put pressure on Revenue officials to get official documents of land bought by his mother on the outskirts of Bengaluru city in 2002 On Wednesday Jadhav said that there is “neither any illegality nor any irregularity with regard to purchase of land” by his mother RTI activist S Bhaskaran has filed a complaint of misuse of office and violation of rules before the state Anti-Corruption Bureau against Jadhav The ACB is yet to register a case “I have asked the Revenue Department to give me a report regarding the matter Let the report come and then we will decide’’ Siddaramaiah said The issue relates to alleged pressure on Revenue officials to provide a consolidated ownership document for small plots amounting to 830 acres bought by his mother Tarabai Marutirao Jadhav Jadhav said his mother had bought the land in Ramanayakana Halli in south Bengaluru when he was posted in Delhi Jadhav who is on extension till September this year said: “The dispute is over podi (documents for fragmented government land) There is no podi for the land The podi has not been completed She has applied for podi and if it does not come the matter will be fought in court We have the right to challenge it The land purchase was made well after the expiry of 15-year period of non-alienation clause” Jadhav said his mother bought the land “out of the proceeds of sale of agriculture land… It was her money and her decision as an independent person” He said the grant of land and its purchase has not been questioned over the last 14 years For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News This means they can move ahead or review at their own pace.said: ? 2011 7:48 pm Related News Congratulatory messages have been pouring in ever since Amitabh Bachchan revealed his ‘bahu’ Aishwarya Rai is pregnant, however.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 12 a homeschooling family has to pay taxes to their public school and they’re not even given the option to participate in any of the programs?” Holladay will also be one of the “thought leaders” participating in the closing forum, IIMC and IIM in the region. Related News The Jammu and Kashmir government’s decision to set up an unit of the premier All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS) in the Valley has evoked strong protests from various organisations in Jammu While they have called a day-long protest bandh on Wednesday leaders of prominent organisations in the Valley have retaliated by demanding the setting up of premier institutes like the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) and Indian Institute of Management (IIM) in the region Share This Article Related Article If Jammu has the right to ask for a separate AIIMS for the region the people of the Valley have the right to demand a separate IIT IIMC and IIM said Member of Parliament from Srinagar Tariq Qarra “The distribution of prestigious institutions should be done in an equal and justified way’’ he said Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has ruled out the possibility of setting up AIIMS in Jammu and the government has begun the process of identifying land for the institute in the Valley Yasin Khan chairman of the Kashmir Economic Alliance claimed that Jammu has witnessed a lot of development in the last two decades “We never raised any questions about why the government is developing Jammu but some people with vested interests are trying to divide people on the lines of regionalism’’ he said This kind of an attitude by the people of Jammu warned Khan could prove dangerous and even lead to a repeat of the situation in 2008 when the tension between the two parts of the state had reached a boiling point Social activist Raja Muzzuffar claimed that while AIIMS was sanctioned for the Valley two prestigious institutes were sanctioned for Jammu “Unfortunately some social organisations are trying to exploit the situation on the basis of regionalism’’ Rakesh Gupta president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industries in Jammu told The Indian Express that they are not against the setting up of AIIMS in Kashmir “The Valley is the crown of our country We are not opposing the setting up of an AIIMS but we also need a similar institute in Jammu’’ he said He added that the trade body will never allow a situation that divides the people of the two regions Abinav Sharma president of the Bar Association of Jammu said the AIIMS the government is planning to establish in the Valley was actually meant for Jammu “We want the Centre to sanction another AIIMS for Kashmir; the one already sanctioned for the state should be in Jammu’’ said Sharma “Notices” have been issued to BJP ministers and legislators to clear their stance on the issue Meanwhile the youth wing of opposition Congress has demanded the setting up of a hospital modelled along the lines of the premier medical institute in Kishtwar district in Jammu For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: June 15 2014 1:25 am Related News The Maharashtra government has given a clean chit to Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar in the alleged multi-crore irrigation scam The clean chit came late Friday when the state government tabled the report of the Madhav Chitale Committee in the Assembly It however promised action against officials and engineers found responsible for the financial and administrative lapses in irrigation projects across Maharashtra The 1300-page report was tabled along with Action Taken Report by Minister for Water Resources Sunil Tatkare late evening A 31-page executive summary report on the Chitale Committee was also presented by the government While the report states that members and chairman of the governing council of the Irrigation Development Corporation (IDC) should be held responsible for the financial irregularities and violation of rules in irrigation projects the government has dropped the panel’s recommendation for action both in its executive summary as well as ATR Although the panel has not named any politician chairman of the IDC’s governing council during the relevant period was Ajit Pawar who was water resources minister between 1999 and 2009 Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan was not present in the Assembly when the report was tabled At the outset the state government has accepted 40 out of the total 42 recommendations made by Madhav Chitale a water management expert on major reforms required in the irrigation sector For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: March 21 2014 3:22 pm Related News Making his electoral debut from Patna Sahib constituency against BJP heavyweight Shatrughan Sinha Congress candidate and Bhojpuri actor Kunal Singh has refused to call the poll battle a clash of stars and said it would be more of a contest between a prince and a pauper Earlier Raj Kumar Rajan was to have contested from the prestigious seat but Congress finally decided to field the Bhojpuri superstar against Sinha “Shatruji is like my elder brother but I don’t believe it will be a clash of stars I am not a star rather I am a son of Bihar’s soil “I was born and brought up here and am well aware of the local issues It will be a fight between a ‘Raja’ (prince) and a ‘Rank’ (pauper) as that is the condition of Bhojpuri artistes as compared to Bollywood actors” Kunal told PTI over the phone Kunal comes from a political background with his father the late Budhadev Singh having been an MLA from Bakhtiarpur and Danapur The two Assembly segments fall under the Patna Sahib and Patliputra Lok Sabha constituencies respectively Asked how he was going to counter his opponent’s mass appeal and star power Kunal said he need not do that as the people considered him to be one of them “Voters are wiser now and they will elect the candidate who is with them and understands their concerns I have a home in Patna and stay there for at least one week in a month I meet them and try to be their voice I have been doing my bit for them although this will be my electoral debut I don’t make sky-high promises but I will try to solve their regular problems” he said He said that the upcoming polls would be a contest between communal and secular forces in which the people were not going to be misled by false propaganda “The 2014 Lok Sabha elections is going to be fought under different circumstances It is a fight between communal and secular forces They cannot trap the people through false propaganda and marketing strategies” said the veteran actor who has received an award from President Pranab Mukherjee in 2012 for promoting the Bhojpuri language through cinema “Voters don’t believe in the so-called Narendra Modi wave as they are well aware that nobody has a magic wand which would solve problems overnight “Rahul (Gandhi) is young and has the dynamism to bring change in the coming years by setting realistic goals” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Updated: March 12 2015 6:04 pm Virbhadra Singh shows off his dance moves mocking BJP’s protest against his govt in Himachal Assembly Top News Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Thursday added spice in the tense moments of the state assembly proceedings by making dance gestures in typical pahari style of Himachali nati (folk dance)?Written by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Published: May 27 Citing a report, the Congress took up fresh issues Monday while continuing its disruption of Parliament. 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