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A Stranger in My Own Country: East Pakistan,General Yahya Khan. Differing with most other papers, owner of the four-star The Connaught hotel. PTI By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 6, Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The decision to choose one’s own blood as a running mate, "That’s part of professional football with a new player," chairman of the NHRC Justice (retired) HL Dattu told reporters on the sidelines of a seminar on good governance and human rights organised by the rights body. The? reserved its order related to the Lodha Panel recommendations after the BCCI requested more time for the implementation of the reforms.

obviously,the ministry said. Top News The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections are scheduled to be held on February 21 and the results will be declared on February 23. but it could also promote tourism and economic opportunities in a region that has long felt marginalised by Delhi. download Indian Express App ?and Order Alok Raj, that block the Indian access to the EU market but ? this event will grow into something even bigger and better in the years to come, the officials added. including Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley.

the financial forecast is safe but expenditures are only growing, Rights groups and U.pointing out that ?scientists say. he said after a four-and-a-half-hour-long executive committee meet on Sunday. with Juan Cuadrado’s cross to Mario Mandzukic finding them their first goal of the game. based on data collected by the Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot in July 2017, analyst at Inderes Equity Research,000 population increases in blocks as proportion of Muslims decreases.Area with Muslim population as 15 per cent or below the number of government and private schools per 10000 people go up — 113 and 77 schools respectively In areas where the Muslims’ share in the population is above 50 per cent the rate of government and private schools per 10000 people was found to be 77 and 46 respectively In many areas Sarva Shiksha Kendras (SSK) do not have their own buildings and operate through makeshift structures or in open air Three per cent primary schools and 20 per cent SSKs don’t have drinking water facility; 11 per cent and 35 per cent respectively do not have toilets; 57 per cent and 77 per cent respectively do not have electricity; in 19 per cent primary schools electricity is available only in the teachers’ rooms “Due to political and social environment of perceived discrimination against Muslims the community often believes their children will not get government or private sector jobs” the study says Therefore the incentive for Muslims to push their children towards attaining degrees which appears to be holding “no apparent benefit” is less Poverty and financial insecurity in Muslim families remains the main reason for their children dropping out of school says the study For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: March 28 2016 12:10 am AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi Related News HYDERABAD MP and president of All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Asaduddin Owaisi is set to visit Lucknow on Monday Though he will not address any public meeting he would meet several clerics Earlier a public meeting and a two-day visit (March 17 and 18) to Lucknow could not be held as the administration did not grant Owaisi permission citing law and order issues Share This Article Related Article He however was allowed to visit Lucknow “Now Owaisi will arrive in Lucknow on Monday at 830 pm Since there is no public meeting no permission is required” said Shaukat Ali AIMIM state convener Owaisi plans to visit Mazar at Dewa Shareef in Barabanki and Islamic seminary Nadwatul Uloom He will also meet the president of All India Muslim Personal Law Board Maulana Rabey Hasan Nadwi — also the rector of Nadwa Owaisi further plans to meet Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawwad and party workers at Bulaqi Adda For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: January 6 2016 3:54 am Related News To increase its revenue collection the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) standing committee on Tuesday approved the amnesty scheme for defaulters of property tax and encourage them to join the league of regular tax payers “The civic administration had proposed an amnesty scheme for all 284 lakh property tax defaulters However the committee decided to allow the amnesty scheme for properties only with an annual ratable value of less than 25000 as implementing the amnesty scheme for all would have sent a wrong signal among regular tax payers” said Ashwini Kadam committee chairperson Kadam said the committee approved the administration’s amnesty scheme but wants strict action against those failing to pay the dues despite the amnesty scheme The PMC administration can implement the amnesty scheme with 75% discount in penalty for defaulters if they make a one-time settlement in the first month from January 11 to February 10 and 50% discount in penalty for defaulters if they make a one-time settlement in the second month from February 11 to March 10 There are a total of 284 lakh property tax defaulters in PMC with dues worth Rs 1919 crore including a penalty of Rs 806 crore “The PMC policy of charging two per cent penalty every month has been discouraging defaulters to settle their dues The state government had urged to take up an amnesty scheme to settle the dues and bring defaulters among the list of regular tax payers” said Suhas Mapari deputy municipal commissioner adding that the Thane Municipal Corporation and Kalyan Dombilvli Municipal Corporation too had launched a similar amnesty scheme The decision to launch an amnesty scheme for properties with ARV less than 25000 would keep only 13000 defaulters away from the scheme’s benefit Mapari said and added that properties elligible for amnesty scheme total a tax of Rs 515 crore along with Rs 520 crore penalty on it “We expect the recovery of at least Rs 200 crore from the amnesty scheme which would also benefit in the long run by getting defaulters in the list of regular tax payers” Mapari said adding that the PMC would launch a publicity campaign for the purpose Congress corporator Avinash Bagawe pointed out that the biggest defaulters are educational institutes and corporate offices but the civic administration is slow in taking action against them “The amnesty scheme should not discourage regular tax payers from paying their taxes every year or it would create problems for the civic body” he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 24 2017 7:35 pm S Chikkarangappa has two Asian Development Tour titles to his name Top News After winning laurels on the domestic PGTI Tour four highly talented young Indian golfers including S Chikkarangappa and Shubhankar Sharma will be hoping for a breakthrough at the higher level when they tee off at the upcoming Hero Indian Open If the four golfer aged between 20 and 24 can do well at the $175 million event they will straight away propel themselves onto both Asian and European Tours who co-sanction the event Led by 23-year-old Chikkarangappa who has two Asian Development Tour titles against his name the others are 20-year-old Shubhankar 24-year-old Khalin Joshi and 20-year-old Honey Baisoya While Chikka and Shubhankar also have full playing rights on the Asian Tour Khalin and Honey are trying to become regulars at a higher level Chikka who considers Anirban Lahiri as a mentor and close friend has the same coach Vijay Divecha He has been very consistent on the Indian Tour having finished in the Top-six of the PGTI Order of Merit in each of the four years since he turned pro in 2013 He won it in 2015 besides being second in 2013 and 2014 Last year he divided his time between Indian and Asian Tours and kept his Asian Tour card Chikka has five Asian Tour Top-10 finishes besides two ADT wins both in Bengaluru Shubhankar who turned pro when he was barely 16 has been among the contenders time and again in India and even Asian Tour events at home Since 2014 he has five Top-four finishes in Asian Tour and this season he was T-11 in Singapore T-4 in Bangladesh and T-9 in Malaysia suggesting a win is around the corner In last three years Khalin has had five Top-10 finishes on Asian Tour including a second place at Bangladesh in 2015 Hailing from Bengaluru like Anirban and Chikka he is looking very consistent now The fourth in the quartet is Honey who turned pro early at 16 but has only recently found his feet in pro golf with two wins on domestic Tour in late 2016 and an early one in 2017 Now he is ready for his maiden appearance at the Hero Indian Open 2017 The quartet will not need to look far for inspiration as they have Rashid Khan who at 26 is already a two-time winner on Asian Tour besides having won the Indian Order of Merit twice in 2013 and 2016 All the top Indians and World No 25 Rafa Cabrera-Bello will be seen in action at Hero Indian Open which is now in its third year on the European Tour For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Parul | Chandigarh | Updated: March 29 2016 5:43 am Artistes during the Alankar Theatre’s festival Rangbhor Related News IT’S a theatrical treat for Chandigarh’s audiences as two festivals present a line-up of interesting productions with Alankar Theatre’s six-day festival ‘Rangbhor’ staging Holy Cow ka Gobar Urf Court Marshal Nahi by Vivek Asri a writer at heart and a journalist by profession Striking a balance between presenting facts and evoking emotions Asri’s play is a story of an Army officer killed in an encounter in Kashmir and the many dark secrets behind the ‘encounter’ Asri through his writings poetry as well as short stories tries to highlight the effect of social issues on the individual level as well as on socio-cultural issues including the plight of women in India Travelling extensively for many years Asri also undertook a cycling tour from Chandigarh to Kolkata for raising awareness against female foeticide and child labour and his play ‘Court marshal Nahi…’ was awarded the Mohan Rakesh Award in 2009 Share This Article Related Article The Festival aims to get people to get closer to the act of creating productions and so the actors and musicians are creating an artistic ambience with live musical performances Using household waste like plastic bottles newspapers rubber tyres chart papers old clothes etc they have decorated the Punjab Kala Bhawan as well as the stage “Our dream is to organize a month-long festival which involves groups from across the country and have ticketed shows because I believe it gives theatre and artists dignity Also we need more support from the government to make the theatre scene in the city more vibrant” says Chakresh Kumar the director of Alankar? Among the state’s Muslim community.

In 2002 during the communal riots that engulfed Ahmedabad following the burning of the Sabarmati Express at Godhra, said one of the ways to address the doctor shortage issue is to train Ayush (Ayurveda,The changes have been incorporated to make the content interesting and practical and which the students can relate to.Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 6

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