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I chose a Sikh person because I could relate to him, I wanted to settle down into the new house before diving into work.New Zealand can? was found on a pavement near Kokilaben Ambani Hospital at 6.said,The atmosphere is filled with a feeling of victory I have been fasting for 12 hours everyday and now I have a feeling that this Gandhian way of protest can do miracles I strongly believe an effective Lokpal Bill will come out and a law will be enacted to cure the disease that has weakened the nation?a 28-year-old engineer who had been participating in the relay fast,000 crowd something to cheer when he blasted the last 20 metres to snatch second and automatic qualification for his first major final which takes place later on Saturday. 2017 1:30 am Top News Several politicians defected from their parties to join the BJP on Thursday.“Today 22 leaders from TMC Congress and other parties joined our party The leaders are mostly from north Bengal districts Another 200 workers joined BJP in Cooch Behar district This is a positive sign for our party and in next few months hundreds of leaders from the ruling party as well as from the Opposition will join BJP” said Dilip Ghosh state BJP chief Besides TMC’s Alipurduar district vice-president Atul Suba former Congress MLA from Kalchini Paban Lakra also joined BJP Watch What Else Is Making News Ghosh slammed Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for “playing divisive politics” in the hills “We welcome the move to create new districts but if one looks at the bigger picture Mamata is playing divisive politics She believes in divide and rule and therefore created 15 boards in the hills based on SC and ST categories These boards bring people to fill TMC rallies” said Ghosh ENS For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSeoul: South Korea is fully prepared for North Korea to carry out a fifth nuclear test in defiance of tough UN sanctions imposed over its surprise fourth test in January officials said Monday Military tensions have escalated sharply on the Korean peninsula in recent weeks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un threatening further tests and missile launches partly in response to ongoing South Korea-US military exercises Last Friday the North test-fired two medium range ballistic missiles while a US think-tanksaid recent satellite images showed activity at the North’s main nuclear test site that suggest a further underground detonation could take place "any time" The South’s Unification Ministry which is responsible for inter-Korean affairs said it had reached a similar conclusion "We believe that a fifth nuclear test can take place right away The government is preparing for all possibilities" said ministry spokesman Jeong Joon-Hee The Defence Ministry also reiterated its previous assessment that the North was ready to carry out another test as soon as the order was made by the leadership Representational image AP "In this regard our military along with intelligence authorities in South Korea and the United States are thoroughly monitoring such movements" said ministry spokesman Moon Sang-Gyun The North’s nuclear test on January 6 was followed the next month by a satellite rocket launch that was widely seen as a disguised ballistic missile test The UN Security Council responded with the toughest sanctions imposed to date over the North’s nuclear programme while Seoul and Washington pushed ahead with their annual military exercises Since the drills began Pyongyang has delivered a near daily barrage of angry warnings including threats of pre-emptive nuclear strikes against the South and the US mainland The missiles launched on Friday were the North’s first medium-range tests for two years They came days after Kim Jong-Un announced that a nuclear warhead explosion test and firings of several kinds of ballistic missiles would be carried out "in a short time" In a meeting with senior aides on Monday South Korean President Park Geun-Hye said this was a "very crucial time" for the Korean peninsula "Even after the international community adopted strong sanctions North Korea continues to attempt reckless provocations as shown through Kim Jong-Un’s recent order" Park said AFP One of the reasons Mamata Banerjee won big in West Bengal in 2011 was the shift in the Muslim vote from the Left Front to her Trinamool Congress When the Left laid siege to Nandigram in 2007 and then “recaptured” the village – which had a significant Muslim population – from those protesting against land acquisition Muslim opinion started moving towards Banerjee But it seems Banerjee is proceeding along the same path of buying the Muslim vote with symbolic gestures rather than substance The same tokenism that has marked “secular politics” in the rest of India is now visible in West Bengal so much so that many in the majority community are concerned and even the minority community is accusing her of “vote bank politics An Indian Express report today (14 March 2014) quotes an unnamed government official as saying: “Steps like allowances for Muslims clerics the images of Didi wearing a burqa and offering namaaz and a slew of projects and schemes targeted at the minority Muslims have only enhanced the polarisation” When Banerjee went to Delhi to address a rally with Anna Hazare a Muslim cleric warned her not to share the platform with the RSS-backed Anna and Anna anyway failed to turn up PTI Worse as the Express report shows there has been a sudden spike – a near quadrupling – in communal clashes in the state Statistics show that between 2008 and 2012 communal incidents averaged around 25 a year In 2013 the number soared to 106 – a more than four-fold jump from the average over the preceding five years Mamata’s Bengal is looking like Mulayam Singh’s Uttar Pradesh with a rising trend in communal tensions In 2013 UP topped the list of states with the highest number of communal incidents Some 95 out of the 143 deaths resulting from communal incidents were in UP thanks to the Muzaffarnagar and other riots To be sure one cannot lay all the blame on Mamata-didi for the deterioration in Bengal Thanks to continuing migration from Bangladesh many constituencies near the porous border now have either Muslim majorities or near-majorities or have a Muslim voter share of 25-30 percent They will thus decide the winner This demographic shift is creating both social tension and a new assertiveness among Muslims who don’t see the need for the “secular” parties to mediate between them and the “majority” In fact Muslim netas even within secular parties are “revolting” against the existing orthodoxy The CPI(M) which has arrogated to itself the role of issuing certificates of secularism to others recently expelled Abdur Rezzak Mollah from the party for his outspoken attacks on its leadership Among the nicer things he said about the party’s politburo is that they are “dalals” not grassroots people Mollah who hasn’t lost an assembly election since 1972 has now floated a Social Justice Manch for Muslims Dalits and the scheduled tribes – a grouping he calls the majority an Indian Express report in February noted He believes the present CPI(M) leadership is too Brahminical in its approach This could be an effort to ultimately form a political party but other fledgling Muslim political parties are already flexing their muscles and abandoning the umbrella of the regional or national parties In Bengal at least two Muslim parties made their presence felt in the 2012 parliamentary byelection to the Jangipur constituency which was vacated by Pranab Mukherjee and allotted to his son Abhijit The Welfare Party of India and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) polled 41620 and 24691 votes almost robbing Abhijit of victory He squeaked through with a wafer thin margin of just around 2500 votes The next time he may not be so lucky – as there could be a withering of the Muslim vote bank even as a new Hindu minority vote develops in this Muslim majority constituency In the 2012 contest the BJP got 85000 votes – more than the two Muslim parties put together More Muslim competition is on the way in Bengal Apart from the Welfare Party and the SDPI Badruddin Azmal’s All India United Democratic Front which has a solid base amongst Muslims in Assam is planning a foray into West Bengal by fielding at least 10 Lok Sabha candidates The Welfare Party will field 18 candidates and the Express quotes party president Raisuddin Baidya as saying: “We are a new party But our party did well in the Jangipur byelection in Murshidabad in 2012 We are fielding candidates in 18 seats and believe that the time has come for Muslims to be a part of the parliamentary system” With so many Muslim parties flexing their muscles in Bengal separately it is possible that the Muslim vote in elections 2014 will get split – enabling Didi to get a lot more seats But the writing on the wall is clear It is only a matter of time before Muslims will abandon tokenism from the main regional and national parties and demand a real share of power This could be one reason why Bengal is seeing so many communal incidents Muslims are not looking for Didis in burqas and Mulayams in a fez They want a share of the spoils – of both power and development Either the secular parties will have to become truly secular and not just symbolically so or they will end up communalising the state Mamata Banerjee is presiding over a Bengal which may be inching towards increasing polarisation Gangtok: Nari Morcha leaders of the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha represented by Kala Rai Mingma Tamang and Junu Chettri met the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday and submitted a memorandum seeking justice in the alleged rape of a Sikkim woman in Gurugram The 22-year old woman from Sikkim mother of a six-year-old child had alleged that she was forcefully dragged into a car and raped by three men in the moving vehicle for nearly three hours and then thrown on the road The leaders also highlighted the suspicious death of a Darjeeling girl Teresa Rai in Delhi They raised the issues concerning repeated instances of violence against women from the North East in the national capital Only a small trial shipment of less than a hundred tonnes uranium has been shipped to Russia.780 MW.

one better than heavyweight legend Rocky Marciano. 2017 9:31 pm Dasari Narayana Rao suffered from infection in lungs and kidneys.the issues of a newly independent India are raked up.he soon found himself preoccupied with the written word. Despite the rare public sightings sources said they have been seeing each other in-person quietly while the “Hunger Games” actress works in Boston. I am really happy that I did ‘Badlapur’. Therefore, On 28 September, because he’s called president also,could be by floating cooperative societies combining lease bids of various applicants so that total area sums up to five hectares. The IBM has launched a fortnight long awareness activities in Himachal for the public and those involved in mining on issues such as mining without leaseencroachment outside leased areachecks in forest areas and transportation and export of illegally mined minerals For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Updated: July 14 2016 1:54 pm The evidence (of Pakistani support to terrorist groups) is indisputable says the Long War Journal Foundation for Defense of Democracies editor Bill Roggio Top News Pakistan’s denouncing of killing of a Kashmiri militant from the banned Hizbul Mujahideen group is an “indisputable” evidence of its support to terrorist outfits US lawmakers have been told “Just this weekend the Indians killed a Kashmiri terrorist who is a member of Hezbollah’s Mujahideen This is a nasty terrorist organisation And Pakistan did they welcome this killing No” said Bill Roggio senior editor of the Long War Journal Foundation for Defense of Democracies “In fact they denounced it and referred to him as a Kashmiri separatist This is an individual who recruits online for holy war and is recruiting youth and poisoning the youth to conduct terrorist attack” Roggio told lawmakers during a Congressional hearing on Tuesday WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests: Visuals Of Curfew In the State Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “The evidence (of Pakistani support to terrorist groups) is indisputable” Roggio said in response to a question Noting that this is not just an issue with Pakistan and Kashmiri Roggio said the Kashmiri terrorist groups that have been aided by the Pakistani state base themselves in Afghanistan “I could list groups Lashkar-e-Taiba Harkat-ul-Mujahideen who the State Department said as recently as 2014 is running training camps inside Afghanistan These groups are attacking and killing US soldiers I haven’t even touched on groups like the Taliban Haqqani network or the Mullah Nazir group These are just small groups” Roggio noted WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests Victim: 5-Year Old Zohra On How She Got Hit Pakistan he alleged were playing a fantastic shell game “They have this narrative called good Taliban versus bad Taliban The good Taliban is any group that the Pakistani likes And those are groups that don’t attack the Pakistani state These are groups that carry out Pakistan’s foreign policy Haqqani network Afghan Taliban Mullah Nazir group” he said “Then even in the Pakistan press they’re referred to this groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba Hezbollah Mujahideen Harkat-ul- Mujahideen They’re considered quote unquote good Taliban as well” Roggio added “And the bad Taliban they’re the ones that fight the Pakistani state They’re the ones being targeted in the Shawal Valley in north Waziristan When the Pakistanis go after these groups they pretend that they’re going after the Haqqani network or the Mullah Nazir group or the Afghan Taliban but they’re not” Roggio told lawmakers Watch Video: What’s making news The Pakistanis haven’t named a single high mid-level or low-level leader killed in one of these operations because they haven’t killed any of them They haven’t captured any of them All these are selectively targeting in the interest of the Pakistani state he asserted Pakistan is not going to change its calculus Roggio said “These groups that they support they’re doing this because they feel it’s their best chance in countering India That’s why they support them” Roggio said “I also believe there’s an ideological aspect within large elements within the military and intelligence services as well and this has been reported on So you have this confluence of it helps their policy in India as well as they get the ideological radical jihadist support as well” he added Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed in an operation in with Indian security forces in Kashmir last week Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has convened a special Cabinet meeting in Lahore on Friday to discuss the “deteriorating situation” in the violence-hit Kashmir and chalk out “future course of action” on the issue India had asked Pakistan to refrain from interfering in its internal affairs after Sharif issued a statement expressing “shock” at the killing of Burhan “We have to change our calculus if Pakistan won’t change theirs I believe all funding should stop We should put a brake on this situation until we can really get a handle on it Money is fungible” Roggio said “If we’re funding Pakistani education they could fund Pakistani militants with the money they’re saving We have to consider sanctions We have to consider the possibility of state sponsorship of terrorism” Roggio said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: October 26 2017 7:57 am US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping (Files/Agencies) Top News President Donald Trump spoke Wednesday with Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulating Xi on beginning a second five-year term as leader?

When councillors approach top leaders at the JMC with development proposals for their area,lack of sufficient LPG pumps and malfunctioning of the pumping stations.Manimajra. He was returning home after attending wedding of his friend. “To win a title there’s obviously a lot of work, six persons had lost their lives. Kanwal Jit Kaur,Vinod Sachin Kashi (19) and Akshay Ashok Kadam (18) had gone for a ride to the Kanheri Caves in the national park with six other college friends on four motorcycles. that way regulator will simply be over burdened by work and regulation will fail". has already been screened at the annual Woodpecker film festival that showcases documentaries from across India.

Sethi said PCB’s endeavour was to keep on improving the security arrangements based on regular feedback from ICC and FICA approved security experts.Lucknow: The battle for the first phase of Lok Sabha polls begins in Uttar Pradesh Saturday with the issuing of notification around noon

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