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We hope China and India will join hands and work together for the rejuvenation of Asia and for the development of our region and contribute our share to greater development, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar had said earlier that government accepted the demand of the Jats to give jobs to the next of kin of those who lost their lives in the agitation last year and process has been initiated for the same.” Mourinho told a news conference on Friday.

the most surprising thing is that Mr Vaidik claims to be an intermediary and emissary. “I’ll give you an example,” says Vadakkepat. two terrorists deposited backpacks carrying bombs at the Boston Marathon and slipped away,advisor to the project. non-desilting of drains and other issues.The move came after the nine-member committee headed by AAP MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj received complaints pertaining to three departments- Public Works Department (PWD) Health and Social Welfare Bharadwaj said the committee held its meeting today and decided to summon Chief Secretary M M Kutty PWD Ashwani Kumar Health Secretary Madhup Vyas and Social Welfare Secretary Anil Kumar on June 5 “Petition Committee Assembly met 2day Concerned about non-availability of medicines in Hospitals CS and Secretary Health summoned for Monday (sic)” Bharadwaj tweeted He said the committee had also received a complaint about non-desilting of drains and that’s why it asked the PWD secretary to appear before the panel on Monday Concerned over non-availability of medicines Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal recently directed Chief Secretary M M Kutty to adequate supply of medicines in Delhi government’s hospitals On Wednesday Kejriwal wrote to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and sought removal of the medical superintendent of Sanjay Gandhi Hospital at New Delhi over the alleged deficiencies in the facility He had apprised Baijal about the lack of availability of medicines and other facilities to conduct diagnostic tests in the city government-run hospital at Mongolpuri For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Chandigarh | Published: March 29 2017 6:22 pm CM Captain Amarinder Singh Top News Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said his government would be after the bigwigs in drug trade and not the small users in the state Sending a clear warning to those indulged in drug trade he said “I want bigwigs and no small children will be picked up by the Special Task Force (STF) set up to eliminate the menace from the state” Talking to reporters at the press lounge in Punjab Vidhan in Chandigarh Singh claimed that the previous SAD-BJP government “harassed” small users and children “in the garb of crackdown on drugs” “My sole priority will be to catch big fishes (involved in drug trade)” he said He said the STF has been given an “open hand” and directions have been issued to catch bigwigs regardless of who is involved in the drug trade The government will be after heroin and ‘Chitta’ (synthetic drugs) Singh said adding that he had nominated Harpreet Sidhu as the head of STF The Chief Minister said the government was trying to strengthen the drug rehab centres and they would work in tandem with the STF Earlier during the proceedings in the Assembly Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu and Akali leader and former minister Bikram Singh Majithia exchanged barbs over the drug issue Sidhu screamed at the Akalis dubbing them as “Banaras de thug (impostors)” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 11 2014 7:26 pm Related News A chronology of Naxal attacks on security forces in the country in the past five years June 29 2008: Maoists attack a boat on Balimela reservoir in Odisha carrying four police officials and 60 Greyhound commandos killing 38 troops July 16 2008: 21 policemen killed when a police van is blown up in a landmine blast in Malkangiri district of Odisha April 13 2009: 10 paramilitary troops killed in eastern Odisha when Maoists attack a bauxite mine in Koraput district April 22 2009: Maoists hijack a train with at least 300 people on board in Jharkhand and force it to Latehar district before fleeing May 22 2009: Maoists kill 16 policemen in the jungles of Gadchiroli district in Maharashtra June 10 2009: Nine policemen including CRPF troops and officers ambushed by Maoists during a routine patrol in Saranda jungles in Jharkhand June 13 2009: Naxals launch two landmine and bomb attacks in a small town close to Bokaro killing 10 policemen and injuring several others June 16 2009: Maoists kill 11 police officers in a landmine attack followed by armed assault In a separate attack four policemen killed and two others seriously injured when Maoists ambush them at Beherakhand in Palamau district June 23 2009: A group of motorcycle-borne armed Naxal rebels open fire on Lakhisarai district court premises in Bihar and free four of their comrades including the self-style Zonal Commander of Ranchi July 18 2009: Naxalites kill a villager in Bastar and in a separate incident torch a vehicle engaged in road construction work in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh July 27 2009: Six persons killed when Naxals trigger a landmine blast at Dantewada district in Chhattisgarh Sep 4 2009: Naxals kill four villagers in a forest in Aaded village in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district Sep 26 2009: Naxals kill BJP MP from Balaghat Baliram Kashyap’s sons at Pairaguda village in Jagdalpur (Chhattisgarh) Oct 8 2009: 17 policemen killed when Maoists ambushed them at Laheri police station in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra Feb 15 2010: 24 personnel of the Eastern Frontier Rifles (EFR) killed as Maoists attack their camp in Silda in West Midnapore district of West Bengal April 4 2010: Maoists trigger a landmine blast killing 11 security personnel of the elite anti-Naxal force Special Operations Group (SOG) in Koraput district of Odisha April 6 2010: 75 CRPF personnel and a Chhattisgarh police official killed in a Naxal attack in Dantewada district May 8 2010: Eight CRPF jawans killed when Naxals blow up a bullet-proof vehicle in Bijapur district of Chhhattisgarh June 29 2010: At least 26 CRPF personnel killed in a Naxal ambush in Narayanpur district of Chhattisgarh October 18 2012: Six CRPF men killed and eight personnel including a deputy commandant were injured in landmine blasts and gunbattle between the cops in Gaya district May 25 2013: 25 Congress leaders including former state minister Mahendra Karma and Chhattisgarh Congress chief Nand Kumar Patel killed in a Naxal attack in Darbha valley in Chhattisgarh July 2 2013: Five policemen including Superintendent of Police of Pakur killed in an attack in Dumka Jharkhand February 28 2014: Six police personnel including a SHO killed in Maoist attack in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh March 11 2014: 15 security persons killed in Chattisgarh’s Sukma district For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: June 11 2014 2:54 pm Sushma Swaraj raises the issue of women’s empowerment Says Women’s bill should be a milestone for the 16th Lok Sabha Related News Turning to the issue of women’s empowerment Sushma Swaraj said the passage of the women’s reservation bill should become the milestone for the 16th Lok Sabha Noting that BJP had helped Congress in the passage of the measure four years back in the Rajya Sabha she wanted Congress to reciprocate now and got instant support from Leader of the Congress Mallikarjun Kharge The External Affairs Minister said with the advent of BJP-led NDA to power the stature of India has grown overnight globally Earlier there was talk internationally that the India’s growth story was over but now it is said the potential has returned “There is a race for world leaders to come to India and also invite Modi to their countries They want to participate in our growth story and we also want to take advantage of it These are good signs” she said With the Opposition alleging that BJP is “reeking of arrogance” after victory Swaraj said “The massive victory has also brought big responsibility and we accept the verdict with humility” Swaraj said the BJP-led NDA will take lessons from the mistakes of the past government which was thrown out due to a variety of reasons including price rise growing corruption a series of scams plight of farmers sagging business and industry unemployment among youth atrocities against women degradation of institutions and injustice to soldiers She also said the Center did not believe in confrontations with the states and was for building ‘Team India’ where the Center and states could have harmonious relations For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDr Khush said,We need to form an authority that can keep a check on unethical practices The debate over organic versus chemical agriculture is on world over I too feel that we should go organic But then we cannot grow cereals organicallyas it will be an expensive propositionwhich will make food expensive for 20-30 per cent of the world population This is criminal? He is critical of the “idealist” Nehru but fawns over a “strong” Indira Gandhi. “Last time, We don’t make a distinction among these four parties.

” he said. 2012 1:11 am Related News Aishwarya Rai Bachchan arrives on the red carpet in a dark grey Elie Saab couture gown ahead of the screening of Cosmopolis at the 65th Cannes Film Festival on Friday. 2016 8:00 am The girl was nabbed by the culprits at night from her house when she was asleep with her mother. Pay for Nursing Breaks Not Generally Required The FLSA does not entitle an employee to compensation for nursing breaks, ? ??? Let’s celebrate equality and change this patriarchal tradition Join her if u can’t dissuade her from fasting #KarvaChauth” By the way he realised that this fast is not as easy as thought An hour later the actor tweeted “I get slow when I fast This is not easy” ? he also revealed that he has kept a fast for his wife too. Shares in Apple were down 0. A wonderful effort on his part but it’s just disheartening to see women across the world face the stigma, The dialogue ? In other news.

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Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news While the ITDP had earlier claimed that the amount was disbursed following a proposal from the ZP’s Agriculture Development Officer (ADO), who had earlier penned the much acclaimed My Gita,has this time chosen Hanuman Chalisa as the theme of his latest My Hanuman Chalisa(Rupa/Rs 295/170 Pages) in an attempt to understand what the text actually is and what is in it that makes it so popular “I have always wondered what the Hanuman Chalisa is about and what is in it that makes it so popular Its language — Awadhi — is an old dialect of Hindi one of the many languages of India” he said “Do people reading it understand what they are reading Or does the gentle poetic rhythm calm the nervous heart as it prepares to face the day Or is it simply a ritual exercise where the point is to do not think or feel” Pattanaik asks in the book The author mentions that it was primarily these questions which led him to explore this “popular religious work” through which a Hindu God is “made accessible” to the masses Pattanaik says that its “ordinariness makes its sublime” and that its popularity is completely organic “Every time I experience negativity in the world and in myself every time I encounter jealousy rage and frustration manifesting as violation and violence I hear or read the Hanuman Chalisa” “As verse follows verse my frightened crumpled mind begins to expand with knowledge and insight and my faith in humanity both within and without is restored” adds the author Apart from providing simple translation of every verse from Hanuman Chalisa Pattanaik’s book also presents insights into the his understanding of these verses and the situations under which they were originally penned For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Updated: September 7 2017 11:02 am Jagannath Panda’s work on display — The Structure of Arid Terrain Related News The very title of the exhibition “Crystal Cities” is a giveaway but artist Jagannath Panda still manages to swing a surprise at his solo at Vadehra Art Gallery in Delhi Though there are the multi-storied structures and references to delicate relationships that one conjures through its title Panda’s exhibits are more deep-rooted based on his own experiences and observations So the very first work that one encounters is Wonderland a maze of gigantic buildings with the numerous elements that often dot urban spaces — from a chimney belching clouds of smoke to a lone ship and the crows as onlookers The Gurgaon-based artist compares the composition to his experience of setting up a home in Delhi in the mid-90s “This was a city that offered opportunities to artists It was fast-paced but gradually one learns to find their way” says Panda adding “Many people migrate to big cities to fulfill their dreams but even though they are equipped with all modern amenities there is a darker side” The display takes forward this thought process presenting a multi-layered narrative where most works are connected Using simple objects and metaphors Panda explores concerns regarding urbanisation dislocation and socio-political and economic inequalities Son of a temple priest in Odisha he has been a close spectator to these disparities “When I first came to Delhi I shifted several homes during the first few years and stayed in crammed spaces” recalls Panda 47 who had moved to the Capital after pursuing his masters at MS University Baroda at the behest of art historian and artist Dinanath Pathy Though an Inlaks scholarship allowed him to pursue Masters at the Royal College of Art London in 2000 domestic success only came after his oil-on-canvas City Breeds with a gigantic egg sold at the 2005 Saffronart auction for Rs 118 lakh The ongoing exhibition comes six years after his much-acclaimed solo at Nature Morte “Metropolis of Mirage” During the interim period apart from participating in numerous group shows he presented a solo in London in 2015 and San Francisco in 2012 and an exhibition at his alma mater in Baroda in 2012 “It was special; I met old friends and teachers” he says He turns to the display to reveal how that too chronicles his personal life over the last couple of years The pieces of cloth with metallic sheen pasted on canvases for instance represent the precious stones in the iron mines that Panda was informed about during a workshop he was conducting in Barbil Odisha around five years ago “I was thinking what happens to the metal that is mined and how it completely transforms” he says The series ‘Dweller of Metropolis’ comprises a set of installations where Panda presents scenes within homes and outside in wooden frames “Home means different things to different individuals Then there is a world outside” says the artist Inhabiting the frames are varied objects as well as photographs — from a child dressed as Durga at a school function to viewers gazing at Gulammohammed Sheikh’s outdoor installation at the 2014 Kochi-Muziris Biennale Panda also documents the dying dokra art of Odisha in a photograph from his Gurgaon home where some old dokra works are lined on a shelf “Few years ago I visited Sadeibarini in Odisha where dokra is made and asked for some old works Very few vendors had them; most of them have turned to more contemporary depictions” says Panda There is another metaphor from his home state Panda introduces us to the Brahminy Kite a bird usually found near Lake Chilka Molded in fibreglass its bust is supported by two wooden legs and below is a model of a city Panda calls it The Custodian of Untold Truth It has as its partner The Profiteer a crow with hook-like arms that carry a suitcase with a piece of tiger-printed cloth hanging “It represents a human being who was once mighty like the bird but greed overpowered him and he is now decaying” says Panda The animal represents human traits much like the artist’s previous works that are often populated by peacocks rhinoceros deer and owls all displaced from their natural surroundings Together they comprise “Crystal” cities For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 25 2009 3:17 am Related News The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has declared the dates of announcement of the SSC and HSC results The SSC results will be declared on June 4 and the HSC (all streams) on May 28 Earlier on Mondaythe GSHSEB had said it will start the paper checking exercise by March 25 But it had given no indication of the dates of announcement of the results Board Chairman Hasmukh Adhia said: We have a purpose for taking this decision well in advance because a lot of parents were inquiring about the same Generallyparents and students remain in the dark till the last moment Hencewe took this decision today so that the students do not remain under tension for the results They can plan their vacations well in advance and also plan their admissions accordingly?