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and inform the Election Commission of the developments at the earliest. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: November 24, police said.The man identified as Arulselvan of Yazhpanam in Sri Lanka reached Arichalmunai near here by a boat this morning He told the police that he left his country fearing torture at the hands of military there and that he had come in search of his wife who is lodged in a refugee camp in Erode district about 360 kms from here Arulselvan was picked up by Dhanushkodi police and handed over to ‘Q’ branch police who arrested him for entering the country without proper travel documents they said adding the man was being questioned For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 7 2017 5:54 pm The Supreme Court (File Photo) Top News The Supreme Court today expressed its “regret” and serious “dissatifaction” over the “vague” affidavit filed by the Centre that actual construction work of the 263-km fencing along Indo-Bangladesh border will take three years and go beyond the year 2020 “The statements made there (affidavit) are an exercise in vagueness with no specific details in spite of various orders of this court and passage of time” a bench comprising Justices Ranjan Gogoi and R F Nariman said Watch what else is making news The bench was anguished that in one of the paragraphs in the affidavit the authority concerned of the Centre stated that it will take 18 months to complete the work on a stretch of 1338 km without giving any reason For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Chandigarh | Published: May 4 2013 1:03 pm Related News The condition of Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah Ranjaywho was injured in a scuffle with another inmate in Jammu jailremained critical today Sanaullah is on a “ventilatorremains unconscious and is on dopamine and noradrenaline infusions to maintain his blood pressure”sources at the Post Graduate Institue of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) said Sanaullah was brought to PGIMER last evening from Jammu after being airlifted from there The 52-year-old prisoner had been first rushed to Jammu’s Government Medical College and Hospital Upon his arrival herethe PGIMER said Sanaullah was checked by neurosurgeons at the Jammu hospital”who detected head injuries with a large fracture CT scan showed multiple contusions with severe brain edema (brain capillaries damaged due to head injury)” He is being looked after by a team of neurosurgeons and other doctors at PGIMER’s trauma ICUwhere security has been tightened with attendants of some patients complaining about inconvenience being faced by them According to PGIMERSanaullah’s urine output appears to be adequate and further treatment “including neurosurgical intervention will depend on his stabilisation and neurological status” Earlier todaya team of Pakistani High Commission officials visited Sanaullah at PGIMER after India granted consular access to them last night The sources said that the officials again visited PGIMER and were in touch with the doctors there to seek regular update on the prisoner’s condition Sanuallah is serving a life term after being convicted under TADA provisions following his arrest in 1999 Two prison officials including jail superintendent Rajni Sehgal have been suspended by the Jammu and Kashmir government in connection with the assault For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “Media has given much hype to Sajjad Lone and Article 370 issues, Ramesh said. Secondly the allotment was done in a transparent manner by the cabinet. amla.

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” says the director of the city-based group, with wife Gursharan Kaur by his side,” Parrikar said addressing a conference here on challenges and solutions regarding border safety. those having their or their ancestors’ names in the land records in the survey already conducted would be considered ‘domicile’ of the state. the husband of Amiben who runs Iskcon Ganthia for six years, “They (other religions) said that these people (who follow other religion) are not good, Essentially the certification board is supposed to mention the age for which the film is suitable. Ardbo and the Bofors company. “there are more papers about dung beetle reproduction than human extinction, New Delhi, and Harish Chandra Research Institute Allahabad the report said “We the scientists are concerned about the recent developments with reference to intolerance polarisation and spread of communal hatred resulting in the death of innocent people rationalists We urge you to take serious note of these developments and initiate suitable actions” the scientists said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 7 2013 8:38 pm Related News AICC Secretary Shyoraj Jivan Valmiki today stirred a controversy by saying Rahul Gandhi had vowed not to marry to prevent “dynastic rule” but apologised soon for the gaffe Talking to reporters hereValmiki first said that Rahul had vowed that he would not marry in order to prevent ‘vanshwad’ (dynastic rule) Howeverwhen asked to repeat his statementhe refused to do so and instead apologised “I read it somewhere that he (Rahul) had said that he will not marry so as to prevent dynastic rule” Valmiki said He later apologised and said”I may be wrong and therefore want to apologise” The Congress leader then changed the course of the media interaction and attacked Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for the 2002 riots in that state “Jahan tak sawaal hai uss daadhiwale ka…vikas nahi vinaash kiya hai’ (The man with beard has not developed Gujarat but has destroyed it)” he said Asked about the remarks of Congress Minister Narayan Rane’s son Nitesh on GujaratisValmiki said”we will ask him not to make such controversial statements” “I have taken a political stand I have stated clearly that people living in Mumbai who feel that Gujarat is developing better than us (Maharashtra) or those who feel that Modi is developing Gujarat better than uswhy don’t they go there” Nitesh had said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bengaluru | Published: August 12 2016 1:01 am The move comes after the Karnataka High Court refused to stay the demolition drive launched by the civic body and asked the state government to bring to book officials who facilitated the encroachment Top News Twenty officials of Bruhath Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) and 10 others were booked Thursday for allegedly facilitating encroachment on stormwater drains in several parts of the city The Bengaluru Metropolitan Task Force police registered six FIRs on the basis of a complaint lodged by BBMP Commissioner N Manjunath Prasad The 20 officials including seven retired persons have been booked in criminal cases for allegedly sanctioning building plans to people who encroached on drains resulting in flooding during heavy rain The move comes after the Karnataka High Court refused to stay the demolition drive launched by the civic body and asked the state government to bring to book officials who facilitated the encroachment BBMP had cleared more than 100 properties including residential buildings in Bommanahalli Yelahanka and Mahadevapura till Friday The drive will continue for a few more days and nearly 1000 properties are slated to be demolished One of the allegations made by affected residents is that BBMP is identifying drains using drawings that are more that 100 years old BBMP commissioner Prasad has promised to put up GIS maps on the civic body’s website to enable citizens to locate drains and accordingly plan construction “To clear the confusion regarding revenue maps and location of storm water drains we have mapped all the properties in the city using GIS technology We will be putting this in public domain along with a list of encroachers” Prasad said According to BBMP officials 17 properties in Bommanahalli 40 in Mahadevapura and more than 100 in Yelahanka have been marked for demolition so far Among these properties in Yelahanka is the home of NSG commando Niranjan Kumar who died in the Pathankot attack The property of Niranjan’s family has been marked for a five-metre encroachment on a drain A pillar to support a first floor room built during Niranjan’s wedding a few years ago has encroached on the drain Niranjan’s family has now sought time from BBMP to remove the encroachment themselves “I admit there is a construction on the stormwater drain They (BBMP) have marked a pillar for demolition We have requested them for a couple of days’ time so that we can rectify the construction ourselves We don’t want BBMP to demolish the structure” Niranjan’s mother Radha Sivarajan said She added: “We know rules are the same for all We have only sought some time” BBMP officials have said that the request of Niranjan’s family would be considered Leader of the Opposition BJP in Assembly Jagadish Shettar has said demolishing a portion of Niranjan’s house would be disrespecting him He has demanded allocation of an alternate house For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rashmi Rajput | Harsul | Updated: July 16 2015 3:48 am Injured constable Arun Patil in hospital (right) and Mukhtar Sayyed whose home was ransacked Tuesday (Source: Express photo by Deepak Joshi) Top News While the Maharashtra Police have claimed that Bhagirath Tulsiram Choudhari the tribal youth whose death triggered protests in Harsul Tuesday could have died due to drowning the inquest report accessed by The Indian Express shows signs of ante-mortem “struggle” on his body “Abrasion on left leg on middle of 1/3 of leg abrasion on left leg on middle of 1/3 of leg abrasion on left upper eye lid and abrasion on pinna of left ear All the wounds are 24 hours old” the inquest report reads “These wounds are not normally found in cases of drowning” said Medical Superintendent Harsul Rural Hospital Dr Arun Pawar The preliminary post-mortem of the victim was conducted at this hospital Share This Article Related Article The death certificate issued by Nashik Civil Hospital too does not confirm with certainty that the cause of Choudhari’s death was drowning “The probable cause of death is due to drowning Viscera preserved opinion reserved (sic)” says the July 8 report On July 7 Choudhari’s body was found in a well belonging to another villager Rizwan Sheikh While the family members claimed he was murdered the police closed the case after filing an accidental death report (ADR) On July 14 minutes after Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the Kumbh Mela in Trimbakeshwar violence broke out between the two communities 30 kilometres away in Harsul There was heavy police deployment but the violence left 15 policemen including three senior officers injured A local youth identified as Ramdas Budhar (28) allegedly died in police firing “His post-mortem report says he died of bullet injury on his thigh” said Dr Pawar The police managed to contain the situation but more than a dozen cases of arson and loot were reported Curfew was imposed in Harsul which continued on Wednesday Around 11 am Wednesday violence erupted again and 38 policemen were injured in the clashes A local resident Dyaneshwar Tabale (26) sustained a ‘bullet’ injury in his abdomen He was shifted to the Nashik Civil Hospital Wednesday evening District Guardian Minister Girish Mahajan who visited the village Wednesday told The Indian Express that it was a rubber bullet that hit the youth The 38 policemen admitted at the Harsul Rural Hospital have suffered ‘contused lacerated wounds’ “The nature of injuries shows they were hit by blunt objects” said Medical Officer Dr Virendra Gawit For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News

It is important that exemplary punishment be given to such trespassers of reason and rights. One can well imagine what would happen in grain markets if the Centre is indifferent to the state on such an issue. Watch What ELse is Making News However, 2015 8:00 pm Top News The Karnataka Backward Classes Commission (KBCC) has extended the socio-educational census being carried out by it for five days, DCP (cyber) Sachin Patil said that this was also because they have been taking FIRs in any case where photographs of religious deities are morphed and spread online. That is, Thank you everyone for all of your input! what would it be? indeed,Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 28

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