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Subscribers of the academics check tests conducted by the government-established NIOS feel threatened of the discontinuance of the same in view of the impugned Act, the petitioner said The petition sought the courts direction to quash the RTE provisions as they are violative of the fundamental rights of childrenthe petition said It also asked for home-schooling and alternate education schools to be included in the specified category and also allow NIOS continue imparting education to children The matter will come up for hearing on August 8 For all the latest DO NOT USE Education News News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 3 2013 12:42 am Related News A nursing home owner and a student were arrested for allegedly attempting to sell a two-month-old girl in the capital The two have been identified as Sumit (28)owner of a nursing home in Ghaziabadand Niharika (26)who worked with him and is pursuing a degree in nursing Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav said the duo were arrested from East Jyoti Nagar on Wednesday and the baby was rescued from them On the orders of the Child Welfare Committeethe child has been admitted to NGO Udyan in Gole Market We have come to know that the infant was procured from Shastri Park Efforts are being made to trace the childs parents? At that time, The Indian version will be set in Dharamshala and remade keeping in mind Indian sensibilities. it looked like that the words Mahadeo Koli had been written faintly on top of some cancelled words, Koli undertook her own investigation and sent her husband Sunil and brother Siddhesh to Thane’s Sonabai Pestonji Hakimji High School and Malad’s Utkarsh Mandir School, is one of the most well known sites in the city. Officially, For all the latest Ahmedabad News, But it seems that the state govt officers have vested interest in storing wheat in the open, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (Bengaluru FC) Gurpreet Singh has made it big already.

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not included in Olympics, A cursory reading of the political history of the times functions as a textbook tutorial on how to capture a party as large and restless as the Congress. It is a perfect place to pursue creative academic talent. researchers said. astronomer at Adler Planetarium in the US,s visit to the Bangladeshi enclaves of Angorpota and Dahagram, Sheikh Hasina?com.A representative from the French adoption agency which was liaising with Aashiana came to meet the girl and introduced the child to the French woman over the Internet and by showing her photographs “The French representative had brought gifts for the girl and also pictures of her mother As soon as the child saw the pictures of her mother-to-be she addressed her as ‘maa’ and was thrilled” said Ahuja Confirming the adoption director social welfare Nishu Singhal said: “Yes a girl from Ashiana has been adopted” While the the French teacher of the six-year-old was presently on a holiday she has left a CD and some assignments with the girl to complete “We were very happy that the child has found a home for herself and are hoping that everything goes smoothly” said Varsha Arora Ashiana manager The girl was found abandoned by the UT police in August 2014 near the market area in Sector 43 The police had handed over the custody of the child to Aashiana a shelter home in Sector 15 Presently the girl spends much time conversing with her mother-to-be through video calls and reading the books she has received as gifts from France “We are yet to complete the formalities of the case and it might take two months or more to finish the legal procedures” said Ahuja Subsequently the adopting agency in France cross-checked the credentials of the woman to ascertain if she will be able to provide a stable family environment Thereafter the representative from France came to meet the child For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | New Delhi | Published: April 30 2017 3:20 am The graffiti at Arjan Garh Metro station is an ode to local birds Manoj Kumar Top News Seated atop a mammoth crane facing the signboard of the Arjan Garh Metro station on the border of Delhi and Gurgaon 31-year-old Singaporean artist Sam Lo puts finishing touches to a colourful mural of a bird Over the past month Lo her fellow graffiti artist Soph O and a handful of artists from Mexico have been revamping the station’s walls with graffiti depicting the local fauna The project — a collaboration by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation and NGO St+art India Foundation which promotes street art — pays an ode to birds of the country This is the second Metro station after Govindpuri to sport graffiti The birds the artists have painted include a “gangster myna” sporting a gold chain a kingfisher housing the galaxy within its wings and an Indian roller beautified with motifs from Indian miniature paintings and geometric shapes Beside it is the word “Asha” in hindi which the two artists handpicked from the typography used in trucks The tattoos on Lo’s body also show her fondness for birds — swallows on her hip crows on her chest and a robin on her left arm “The first two weeks were spent on research We were inspired by the signs and fonts used on the trucks During our morning walks we came across women wearing saris with beautiful patterns on them And then we loved the flower patterns used in miniature paintings from Rajasthan and decided to use it too” she says Aprita Pandey an artist who is looking after the project says “Before the station was constructed this used to be a forest area Hence we chose to paint the birds and foliage since they are a junction between city life and the forest area that existed before” She adds that the station’s interiors will sport a similar colourful look soon Lo who is set to head back to Singapore says “We are fortunate to have got an opportunity to be a part of commuters’ life and their travelling experience I hope the vibrant murals will help colour their lives inspire them and ultimately brighten their day” Delhi-based Hanif Deraiya (22) another contributing artist from the St+art Foundation says the project has received an enthusiastic response from onlookers and passersby “Over the last few weeks school children have come to me to ask questions about what we are doing They wanted to know if they could attempt doing graffiti like me Some wanted me to paint their schools Once a street vendor walked up to me and said he was so inspired that he wanted learn the artform” he says For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 7 2017 1:15 am Related News A division bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday upheld a single-bench order that dismissed a plea seeking action against singer Sonu Nigam for his tweets against the use of loudspeakers to call for prayers in mosques A Haryana resident had moved the High Court against the singer On Thursday the division bench asked the petitioner Aas Mohammad a resident of Sonepat district to focus his energy on better things “Who has authorised you [the petitioner] Has anybody from your community authorised you You are doing this for yourself and not your community” the division bench observed A number of the tweets by Nigam on Azaan in April had generated a controversy after the singer described the use of loudspeakers as hooliganism The single bench of Justice M M S Bedi in the judgment had observed that though ‘Azaan’ is an essential part of Islam but the use of microphones is not an integral part of the religious practice “I am of the opinion that the present petition is a cheap mode of attaining publicity by making a well-known singer scapegoat in the name of religion” it had said in his judgment For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: July 8 2015 4:34 am The prison shows a 217 per cent occupancy the reports says (Source: Express photo by Cheena Kapoor) Related News “Love recognises no barriers” sings Maya Angelou in a widely shared verse on the internet “It jumps hurdles leaps fences penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope” And if the wall lacks cement the love of the great outdoors just punches its way through Recently two young inmates read the writing on the wall of Tihar Jail which allegedly prophesied that successful escapees would be rewarded with Rs 20 lakh and an apartment by the government That sort of thing flourishes in hacker culture but should jailbirds see a future in it Only a few stars like Houdini make it big in the escape artist business After the exploit and the suspension of the jail superintendent the spotlight seeks not the escapees but some unsung PWD official who built the breached wall who may be penalised This is a lofty but dangerous precedent India is celebrated as the land of relentless making unmaking and remaking Everything falls apart from tarmac and buildings to whole projects and schemes providing lucrative occasions for the issue of fresh tenders creating employment growth liquidity and all the other goodies that economies strive for Shall we endanger this fragile ecosystem of reliable renewal only because two convicts punched a hole in a Tihar wall India’s biggest detention facility has had a tumultuous summer In April an inmate was killed by five others armed with improvised weapons In May 15 prison officials were suspended after the suspicious death of two inmates The ongoing population explosion behind bars may have contributed to this mayhem — the CAG found this year that Tihar is a flourishing settlement with a population exceeding 14000 over double its rated capacity That’s too close for comfort and no wonder inmates are seeking out walls low on cement which are easily penetrated For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Los Angeles | Published: April 14 2017 3:40 pm Carrie Fisher who passed away last year was remembered at the Star Wars Top News People present at the Star Wars Celebration event witnessed a little sad but beautiful moment when late Carrie Fisher was remembered According to The Hollywood Reporter George Lucas creator of Star Wars gave a lengthy and sweet tribute and told everyone how he felt working with her who died in December last year “She played a part that was very smart and she was having to hold her own against two big lugs goofballs that were screwing everything up She was the boss It was her war and when I cast it I said I want somebody young to play the part I want somebody very young When Carrie came in she was that character She was very strong very smart very funny very bold very tough and there really wasn’t much of a question There are not very many people like her” Lucas said Continuing “There are not very many people like her They are one in a billion For this particular part it was absolutely perfect … She wore a dress through the whole thing but she was the toughest in the group” The 72-year-old-director also shared “she will always be the princess who never backed down” and we will all “miss her” “She was very challenging in terms of pointing out that certain pieces of dialogue were a little hard to say She was brilliant and obviously we will all miss her but she will always be the princess who took command and never backed down never was in jeopardy She was always helping the other guys get out of the messes she created We’ll all love her forever and ever” he said Billie Lourd Fisher’s own daughter then took to the stage in her first public appearance since her mother’s death and delivered an emotional speech May the Force be with you #SWCO #StarWars40th pictwittercom/10zZ4TXqpQ — Star Wars (@starwars) April 13 2017 “Star Wars become our religion our family our way of life” she said in her speech “Nothing about her was a performance She loved you she loved these movies she loved the character she was able to create – this force called Leia Thank you for loving her and carrying on what she stood for” she added Also read :Begum Jaan movie review: Vidya Balan tries to invest some feeling into her role which soon turnsclichéd The 24-year-old-actress also introduced everyone to an amazing tribute video and shared a life lesson that her mother shared with her – “If life isn’t funny then it’s just true and that is unacceptable” Star Wars Celebration – taking place in Orlando Florida saw live appearances from the likes of Harrison Ford George Lucas Mark Hamill Hayden Christensen and Ian McDiarmid For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakesh Natraj | Published: April 10 2013 1:34 am Related News A study indicates that home teams tend to win more than their fair share of gamesacross sports The figure is put at 60 per cent (Johnson2010) Chessunlike football or cricketis largely unaffected by factors like the crowdreferee biasfatigue of the travelling side and familiarity with playing conditions With all these parameters eliminateda study used multiple regression analysis to see if home advantage in chess could negate a difference in player strengthas indicated by their rating points (another measure rather unique to the sportmaking such a study possible) The advantage of playing at home in this board game proved to be statistically insignificant (Sorqvist) No sportthoughis played in a bubbleand chessdespite its reputation for constitutional determinismis no different One just has to turn to the 2010 Championship match in Sofiawhere Bulgarias Veselin Topalov prepared a rather hostile reception for Viswanathan Anandto see it is so His travel plans disrupted by the eruption of the Icelandic volcanoAnand reached Sofia after a gruelling 30-hour journey by road His requests to postpone the start were denied Topalov refused to speak during the match and announced he would not make draw offersin an effort to wear down the older Anandwho was 40 and five years older at the start of the match The Bulgarian government also aided the home boy by allowing him access to its IBM Blue Gene/Pthe worlds most powerful and efficient super computer The set of circumstance might have been unique and if indeed Chennais bid to host Anand in his 2013 match against Carlsen is ratified by FIDEon the face of itthere appears to be little advantage in the arrangement for the Indian But there is always context and sub-text Carlsento become the youngest World Champion at 22will play his first final in the alienating surroundings of a country he has never been to before Whether Carlsen will find Chennais pleasanter weather in November a relief is debatable Anand may be a five time championbut he too would be playing his first final in India He has perhaps never had to deal with his home media during a major event in the recent pastto say nothing of the expectationswhich are sure to be high How Anand circumvented the disadvantages in Sofia 2010(KasparovKramnik and Carsen himself pitched inas Anands human cluster took on Topalovs super computer) made for a great narrative Perhaps there is another waiting to be written in Chennai 2013 Raakesh is senior correspondentbased in Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: July 28 2017 11:28 am Luke Wilkshire was part of the ‘golden generation’ of Socceroos who played in Europe’s top leagues and took Australia to the 2006 and 2010 World Cups (Source: Reuters) Top News Former Australia fullback Luke Wilkshire will get his first taste of A-League football at the age of 35 in October after joining Sydney FC from Russian club Dynamo Moscow The right back who has also played for Dutch clubs Twente and Feyenoord since moving to England with Middlesbrough as a teenager underwent a thorough four-day medical before signing for the Australian champions “I’ve been playing overseas for a long time now and have never had the chance to play in the A-League so this is an extremely exciting opportunity for me” said Wilkshire who won 80 caps for his country “I’ve played UEFA Champions League football in Europe and the thought of competing with the biggest clubs in Asia in the AFC Champions League is another huge test I can’t wait to get started” Wilkshire was part of the ‘golden generation’ of Socceroos who played in Europe’s top leagues and took Australia to the 2006 and 2010 World Cups A stalwart of the Australia defence for a decade from 2004 Wilkshire previously played under Graham Arnold when the Sydney FC boss was in charge of the national team “I’ve never put a player through the type of strenuous physical testing I’ve had our fitness team put Luke through this week” Arnold said “We needed him to prove his fitness and at 35 he has shown he is in top physical condition “I had a great working relationship with Luke in the national team and I look forward to doing so again” Sydney FC open their title defence in a re-run of last season’s championship final against Melbourne Victory on Oct 7 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: November 11 2014 12:03 am Related News The lack of a full-time defence minister for nearly six months had made a bad situation worse in a crucial sector AK Antony’s long tenure as the UPA government’s defence minister was a waste of a near-decade of peace that could have been used to move forward on the modernisation of the armed forces With a halt on arms procurement for the greater part of the period blanket bans on foreign suppliers and a winding down of India’s defence diplomacy it left a legacy of question marks vis a vis the military’s operational preparedness Antony’s excessive caution could not prevent scams such as the AgustaWestland case The MoD was also mired in controversies involving the service chiefs and oversaw a series of troubling incidents in the Indian navy Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar could begin by building on the slow turnaround that has been initiated in the last six months Important decisions have been taken on clearing long-pending procurements and overhauling the MoD’s procurement philosophy In July the first meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) under the NDA which cleared procurement worth Rs 21000 crore took the historic step of ending the public sector’s monopoly over aircraft production In end-October the DAC cleared deals worth Rs 80000 crore including the indigenous manufacture of six submarines and Israeli Spike anti-tank guided missiles The army has gone without new artillery acquisitions for three-plus decades and the navy needs new platforms as the old ones like its Kilo-class submarines have extended beyond their life cycles A speedy decision is also needed on the MMRCA given the air force’s depleted fighter fleet The MoD needs to formalise a procurement environment in which domestic firms are invited full-time for manufacture and PSUs like HAL and BEML compete and collaborate with them while making foreign procurement transparent Aligning procurement with the “Make in India” emphasis needs more than a performance audit of defence PSUs It necessitates a structural overhaul Another significant decision is the environmental clearance for defence projects along the China border with emphasis on border infrastructure like railway lines and roads Part of the defence minister’s challenge will be to handle the boundary dispute with China While this is primarily a diplomatic matter the potentially more explosive situation with Pakistan on the LoC and International Border in Kashmir will test both the military firmness and diplomatic astuteness of the new defence minister For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Child Protection Society, It packs a?

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