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this is the first time the situation in the Valley has been given a religious colour by Iran’s Supreme leader.the pupils shrink to pinpricks.H-NMR well-suited for clinical use, including former MLA Pravin Patel, the letter said. on the other hand, They have to clear the perception. The mission of National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) scheme remains a distant dream even after lapse of a long period,cases till August 29.During the same period at least 771 dengue cases werereported marking a rise of nearly 60 per cent over the countlast week while nine people died of this disease in the city Jain has said hospitals run by the Delhi government arefully prepared to tackle the menace of chikungunya and dengue “We have 10000 beds and the number of fever clinics hasbeen increased from 55 last year to 355 People should notpanic” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Khatkar Kalan (punjab) | Published: August 17 2016 9:37 pm Harsimrat Kaur Badal Top News Union Minister for Food Processing Industries Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Wednesdaypaid tributes to freedom fighters here as part of the countrywide celebrations of 70 years of Independence Kaur while paying tributes to Bhagat Singh Sukhdev and Rajguru at a state level function said a statue of Ajit Singh uncle of Bhagat Singh would be set up at Khatkar Kalan the ancestral village of the great martyr She said by dedicating the whole year to the martyrs of freedom movement Prime Minister Narendra Modi had set a new precedent in the country in remembrance of the martyrs During her maiden visit to Doaba she lauded the Modi government for “enhancing country’s image both in the country and abroad” “India is considered the only bright spot in the otherwise highly depressed economy in the world” she said adding Modi had not only provided a “corruption-free government” to the country during the last 24 months but also ensured all its policies were aimed at “improving the conditions of the poor” “Doubling the income of the country’s farmers in the next five years is the next aim of Modi government” the Union minister said while maintaining that skill development was another priority area of the Modi government Listing pro-people schemes of the Modi government like Jan-dhan scheme Atal-pension scheme and crop insurance scheme for farmers she said the state’s issues “were being heard” now in the Union ministry something which was “missing” during the Congress rule despite the presence of a number of ministers in the Union government from Punjab Referring to her own ministry she said with the setting up of three mega-food parks in the state the earnings of farmers would get a boost as it would ensure “remunerative prices” for their produce She urged industrialists of the state to come forward to set up food parks and cold chains in Punjab for which the Centre was providing “high subsidies and tax concessions on VAT” Kaur said the foundation stone of the proposed AIIMS at Bathinda would be laid soon and would be ready within the next two years Earlier the Union Minister met war widows and heard their grievances Families of martyrs and war widows were also honoured on the occasion To a question on AAP’s impact on SAD poll prospects in the upcoming state elections she said it would meet the same fate as that of People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raghvendra Rao | New Delhi | Updated: June 8 2015 12:14 pm Parliament officials acknowledged that a review was in order since the meaning of many words and expressions had changed with time Related News What doMother Teresa Indira Gandhi Shah Rukh Khan and Hitler have in common All are famous names no doubt but curiously enough these are also names which the parliament chose to either expunge or not record in its proceedings for a variety of reasons when they were uttered on the floor of the Lok Sabha in the last one year In the 16th Lok Sabha as many as 206 words and expressions have been expunged or not recorded for either being “derogatory” “allegatory” “unparliamentary” “not in good taste” or a “reference to a stranger” The list is interesting While Hitler used by RJD MP Rajesh Ranjan was expunged for being “derogatory” Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia’s reference to Mother Teresa and National People’s Party MP P A Sangma’s mention of Shah Rukh Khan were found to be “reference to a stranger” and not recorded in the House proceedings Share This Article Related Article Similarly SAD MP Prem Singh Chandumajra’s reference to Indira Gandhi was considered “allegatory remarks against a former Prime Minister” and hence expunged It’s not just names There are many words and expressions which the Lok Sabha decided to expunge from its proceedings because it considered them unparliamentary Some of these are: “najayaz aulad” “dhokha” and “dhokhebaaz pradhan mantri” used by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu; “nange” and “dalaal” by Rajesh Ranjan; “jhooth aur fareb dekhein” by Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal “jhootha” by Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge “chor” by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi; “tai tai phiss” “jokeron” and “chamchon” by CPM’s Mohammad Salim; “jhooth” by BJP MP Satyapal Singh “loot ki chhoot” by BJP’s Yogi Adityanath “hera pheri” by BJP’s Ramesh Bidhuri “illiterate” by BJD’s Pinaki Misra; “gali-sadi” by BJP’s Rattan Lal Kataria; “besharam” by both MoS Parliamentary Affairs Rajiv Pratap Rudy and Mohammad Salim While many of the expunged words already find mention in the book of unparliamentary expressions some new ones have been added to the list since the new Lok Sabha was constituted last year Among these are: “koyla chor” used by BJP MP Rattan Lal Kataria; “loktantra ka gala ghontna padega” and “khamosh raho aapka munh band kiya jayega” by Mohammad Salim; and “main chor nahin hoon daaku nahin hoon” by BJP MP Bishnu Pada Ray Many of the words were expunged for not being in “good taste” Like Trinamool Congress MP Saugata Roy’s “can I not call a thief a thief” remark; the word “jija” used by BJP’s Dileep Singh Bhuria; BJP MP Anurag Thakur’s “ulta chor kotwal ko daante” and “chor chor mausere bhai” comments; Bidhuri’s “kaale angrez aa gaye they Congress ke roop mein” jibe; CPI member C N Jayadevan’s remarks that “it is like cats doing their sexual intercourse” and “that cats are angry but they are doing sexual intercourse”; and Mallikarjun Kharge’s “kal ko mera gala ghont diya toh poora hi khatm ho jaunga” remark Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu’s use of the word “RSS” was expunged for being an “insinuatory remarks against an organisation” Use of the word “Saamana” by Congress MP Rajiv Satav and BJP’s Ramesh Bidhuri was not recorded since it was a “reference to a newspaper” Trinamool Congress MP Kalyan Banerjee’s “bhaag Mamata bhaag” was not recorded since it was a remark “against a Chief Minister” The Chair also expunged remarks that were a “reflection on the Chair” These included Saugata Roy’s “please do not behave like a headmistress” and BJP’s Virendra Singh’s remark “Jab aap wahan hote hain toh aapki tasveer doosri hoti hai Aap baat karen nahin dete hain” Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan had recently directed Lok Sabha Secretary General to take a re-look at entries that have made it to the book of unparliamentary expressions over the last many decades Parliament officials acknowledged that a review was in order since the meaning of many words and expressions had changed with time For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 11 2016 8:36 pm “A careful consideration of the submissions of parties and the material on record discloses that the destitute in urban areas continue to suffer without shelters” the Supreme Court bench said (Source: Express Archive Photo/Representational) Top News The Supreme Court today slammed the Centre and state governments for lackadaisical approach in providing night shelters to the poverty-stricken in urban areas despite availability of sufficient funds and set up a committee to verify their availability “Yet another winter approaches and enough has not been done for protection of many homeless in our towns/cities” a bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur said while expressing concern over the slow progress in providing night shelters “In spite of the availability of funds and a clear mechanism through which to disburse them there was an extremely unsatisfactory state of affairs on the ground “A careful consideration of the submissions of parties and the material on record discloses that the destitute in urban areas continue to suffer without shelters” the bench also comprising Justices D Y Chandrachud and L Nageswara Rao said? While addressing the media.

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We will continue with our strike until a permanent solution is found, going to polls on April 24,allowed to be retained and rest 80 per cent can be taken back? “He has been granted an interim bail after it was argued upon that he wasn’t an ordinary person. “We hope that the direction and the policy set by the Congress will further promote our bilateral relations and contribute to peace and stability in the region, they can also be the targets of Islamophobic attacks verbal and physical aggression A rise in anti-Muslim incidents has been reported in France the UK and the US in the weeks following the Paris attacks with women in traditional Islamic attire being most frequently at the receiving end The situation has been compounded by the extraordinary powers enjoyed by the police during an Emergency Administrative powers override judicial powers Investigating officers have the power to search homes day or night and place the occupants under house arrest based not on proof but on serious suspicion As of December 1 more than 2000 searches have been carried out and 312 persons are under house arrest including 24 environmental activists on the pretext that they may indulge in violent protests during COP21 The searches have certainly turned up weapons and other incriminating evidence allowing the police to close in on the terrorist network But the media also contain reports about how these Emergency powers are being abused how battering rams are being used to break doors though keys are being proffered how little children are awoken in the dead of the night and sit petrified with their hands on their heads while their homes are ransacked Sefen Guez Guez a lawyer specialising in civil liberties recently declared on radio that 90 per cent of the premises searched across France revealed nothing A large number of ordinary Muslims have been singled out for these searches on the most tenuous grounds So much so that the organisation “The Collective Against Islamophobia in France” (CCIF) has published a guide to searches and house arrests on its website thereby informing people of their legal rights If additional methods of radicalising Muslims were needed this would certainly be one The French State in what is assuredly a most praiseworthy attempt to counter the terror threat and ensure the safety of its citizens is by its indiscriminate hasty and heavy-handed application of Emergency procedures alienating more and more law-abiding Muslims Already at the time of the attacks a small section of Muslims were disillusioned enough to buy into the conspiracy theory doing the rounds on the internet that the government had orchestrated the attacks in a bid to justify tighter security measures as well as a crackdown on Islamists and immigrants As in all crisis situations there are those who have not hesitated to use the attacks as ammunition to fire their own political salvos Feeding on the public’s growing sense of insecurity Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Front has seized the occasion to reiterate its hardline position on security immigration and the refugee crisis It looks set to wrest two regions for the first time in the imminent regional elections Franois Hollande has also gained from this gory chapter in French history In the public’s perception he has changed from being inept and indecisive to a determined in-control President who has the ear of the world’s most important leaders His popularity rating in opinion polls has soared by 22 points in just over two weeks to reach 50 per cent his highest ever It is of course the French people who have to bear the consequences of the Paris attacks and their aftermath France’s knee-jerk reaction of bombing the ISIS with its inevitable loss of civilian lives will provide additional fodder to jihadist recruiters and further alienate Muslims The ISIS’s threat against France and all those who oppose the group “the smell of death will never leave their nostrils” remains undiminished for the time being Yet rather than these dire words of warning I prefer to remember Hemingway’s words: “Paris is a moveable feast” Paris is a beautiful celebration of life itself Radha Kapoor-Sharma is a Paris-based writer For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Los Angeles | Published: March 8 2013 3:00 pm Related News Robert Pattinson is reportedly adamant that he does not want estranged girlfriend Kristen Stewart to visit him on the set of ‘The Rover’ in Australia Pattinson has been 8000 miles away Down Under shooting for the movie and sources have said he is reflecting on his on-off relationship with Stewart as they spend time apartreported InTouch Weekly “Rob doesn’t want (Kristen) to visit He felt like they needed space He wants a break” said a source Stewart has apparently pushed Pattinson away to the point that he is no longer responding to her calls and texts The 26-year-old actor entered into filming in Australia with the mindset that a time away would help their relationship Though it’s been 50 days and counting since the couple were last uniteda source on the set of ‘The Rover’ said”Rob is really enjoying himself” The ‘Twilight’ star was spotted at a tavern near his shooting location on February 24chowing down on garlic bread and chatting up the locals “He was relaxed and friendly He even complimented one waitress on her hairstyle” an eyewitness said For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News COP21.

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