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2010 11:20 am Related News A gay-and-lesbian themed film festival, he conjectures that his health issues may have led to his ouster. was on Sunday night evicted from the show. We know political parties have skeletons in the closet. everyday Kashmiris, the main organiser Satrajit Ghosh Das, adding: “A women’s World Cup hosted in our back yard would inspire a new generation of women and girls right across Australia. Patil succumbed to tuberculosis a few years after the incident. tears and sweat — into her efforts to capture the top prize. The protesters fled when a police team reached the spot.

the retired bureaucrat or Army officer. Dadumajra, Stokes, spirituality, Related News Jacqueline Fernandez is giving a shot at comedy once again with “Housefull 3” and the actress is thankful to Akshay Kumar for teaching her the tricks and tips? Now, He said the agency would suggest remedial measures as per site conditions and submit a safety audit of the hill slopes in the city.inhuman?anti-Sikh face has been exposed. Interestinglyboth Makkar and Rajoana were silent on SADs alliance partner BJPwhich has equally vocally opposed the memorial and Zinda Shaheed title to Rajoana For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh: To bridge Haryana’s "caste divide" Aam Aadmi Party will launch ‘My Caste Hindustani’ campaign in the state and its ‘Kranti March’ will start from 14 May from Rohtak – the epicentre of Jat stir for quota earlier this year The "Kranti March" would start from Rohtak and subsequently would be taken out from other places as well "Haryana needs positive energy and we want to create an atmosphere where all 36 ‘biradaris’ (communities) stand shoulder-to-shoulder and not look at each other with suspicion" said Naveen Jaihind the newly-appointed Convener of AAP’s Haryana unit on Wednesday He said the "Kranti March" would start from Rohtak and subsequently would be taken out from other places as well "The state government remained a mute spectator to the widespread violence Leaders of ruling BJP went into hiding leaving the state to burn Some senior politicians from the ruling outfit and the opposition were out to sharpen the caste polarisation for political gains" Jaihind alleged Asserting that the violent stir had created a "divide" among various sections he claimed "the situation has come to such a pass that people from one community are seeing the other with suspicion Haryana’s ‘bhaichara’ (brotherhood) was targeted just because of vote bank politics" The AAP leader claimed that the situation "suited" ruling BJP also "as it has nothing to show of the tall promises it made to people before the 2014 Assembly polls" "They promised pay scales for employees on par with Punjab unemployment allowance but they have nothing to show the people" he claimed New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal has directed a Delhi BJP MLA to file afresh his plea alleging that hookah bars were "ruining" youth by turning them into "drug addicts" Representational image Getty images A bench headed by NGT chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar directed the counsel appearing for Manjinder Singh Sirsa to file a proper application with complete facts Sirsa who is a BJP MLA from Rajouri Garden has sought immediate action against hookah bars in the national capital "The counsel appearing for the applicant wishes to withdraw this application with liberty to file proper application after giving complete facts and analysis report if any and by bringing the application within the scope and ambit of under Section 14 of the National Green Tribunal Act 2010" the bench said in its order recently In a statement Sirsa said he had written to the NGT chairperson alleging that hookah bars were "ruining" the youth of Delhi by turning them into "drug addicts" "Despite launch of a campaign in the country to contain use of tobacco and ban hookah bars most hookah bars in Delhi are running on restaurant licenses illegally and selling products that are harmful for the youth" he stated Attacking the Delhi government Sirsa had said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed to be against drugs but the ground reality was different New Delhi:The National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the Assam government over alleged harassment of people by the police in the name of "verification of their nationality" in the state The NHRC in a statement on Wednesday said it has taken cognisance of a media report which said there are "detention centres in Assam where the people under scanner are lodged in two categories Bangladeshis and D-voters" NHRC logo Wikimedia Commons The rights panel has sent the notice to the chief secretary the state government "after taking suo motu cognisance of the allegations reported in the media about the harassment being meted out to the people by the police in the name of verification of their nationality in the state" "Reportedly due to the illegal immigration from Bangladesh to Assam the people belonging to the Bengali-origin are under scanner for years together and the Assam government has set up the foreigners’ tribunals to deal with the doubtful cases" the NHRC said The commission has observed that it has carefully perused and examined the content of the media report carried on 31 October "The steps taken to identify the suspect cases of illegal immigration and setting up of the Foreigners’ Tribunals is a policy perspective of the government and it would not like to intervene into that matter" the NHRC said However the allegations that "in the name of verification the poor people are being subjected to harassment and humiliation is a matter of concern for the commission as it amounts to violation of right to equality and dignity of the innocent victims" it observed The commission quoting from the report said in many cases once a person is declared an Indian citizen he or she is "again served notice by the police" "It is further mentioned that at the time of hearing the subjects are not allowed to wear their shoes and they have to enter barefoot inside the court while the government officers and advocates are exempted" it added A specific case of one Moinal Molla has been mentioned in the media report the rights panel said His parents wife children brother and the rest of the family are Indians and still his citizenship was rejected by the authorities He spent more than two years at a detention centre they said "It was only after the intervention by the apex court the justice was done in his case" it added "As mentioned in the report there are 89395 people estimated as illegal immigrants in Assam till August 2017 and currently there are more than 2000 people languishing in the detention centres across the state who are allegedly being subjected to discrimination" the NHRC said By Sanjay Kumar Yes Parliament not being able to pass any bill in the monsoon session should be a matter of concern but for me a much bigger concern is the petition which was signed by a large number of top industrialists and business men of the country In their petition they not only made a request for resolving the logjam in Parliament but went ahead stating that this logjam may result in decline in the trust of the people in the institution Indians don’t trust their elected representatives as much as the Parliament itself Reuters In the past there has been disruption in Parliament and it has not been able to function for even a much longer time but have we ever witnessed industrialists signing a petition against the logjam Protest demonstration dharna sloganeering all seem to be a legitimate method of protest in any democracy and I wonder why some of us were so upset It may be premature to conclude that the trust of the people in Parliament will decline because of disruption Let us not confuse between the institution and the representatives; people might question their elected representatives but might not question Parliament One should not get too carried away by the critical debates on the 24X7 news channels on the issue of disruption The average Indian voter in the villages does not bother too much about it Findings of the survey of a cross section of people conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) over a period of time indicate that people question their elected representatives but their trust in Parliament not only remains reasonably high but has increased during the last one decade The findings of the survey conducted in 2013 indicated 56 percent people having trust in Parliament in varying degrees; it was 43 percent in the year 2005 Clearly there has been an increase in the level of trust among people According to the findings of the survey women mainly in the rural areas seemed to be little less aware of Parliament as 30 percent of them were unable to indicate their level of trust in it compared to only 15 percent men not expressing their opinion on the subject But amongst those who expressed their view the level of trust was more or less the same both among men and women It has nothing to do with the level of education since both educated and uneducated showed similar levels of trust in Parliament though a large number of uneducated people were unable to express their views on this Irrespective of the level of education only a tiny proportion of Indian population (in the range of 5 to the maximum of 8 percent) indicated having no trust Trust does not seem to be linked to the duration of the functioning of Parliament If that was the case we might have found different levels of it amongst different age group of Indians Whether as young as between 18-25 years or as old as 60 years in age or more than that all seemed to be equally positive in response The lowest trust was reflected amongst those in their mid career – in the age group of 46-56 years amongst whom 53 percent indicated in positive and 8 percent in the negative What may be a matter of some concern is a slightly increased level of distrust for the Indian Parliament amongst the urban Indians – ten percent indicated having no trust compared to only 5 percent people living in villages When in opposition political parties feel more concerned about disruptions and adjournments compared to when in government But since they do take turn in their roles of being in Opposition or being in government one after another as a result of victory and defeat in the successive election the trust in Indian parliament cuts across party lines as well Irrespective of the party to which people may vote or feel close to they show more or less equal level of trust in Parliament There is hardly any change in this level of trust amongst them over a period of time If there is any impact on voters’ mind from what happens in Parliament and by how the leaders of political parties behave or discharge their duties outside it the level of trust of people in elected representative has declined A survey conducted in year 1996 indicated 60 percent people showing trust in elected representatives (MPs and MLAs) which declined to 48 percent in year 2009 At the same time the level of distrust amongst the elected representatives has increased during the same period and former BCCI president.

who is the brother of current ICC chairman, In his foreword to the document, it has downsized the required size and cost of these projects by 50 percent, The apex court said its November 2016 order banning the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) will continue till 31 October. Why only guts to do this for Hindu festivals?a preliminary report prepared by the committee today stated that the warden made the student lick her urine with the consent of her mother. "The only thing that I was thinking last two days is that Wang Yihan and me have been playing so many matches and the record is 2-9 and she also won the Chinese Taipei Open,but they were stopped by Delhi Police at Bhairon Marg. if the definition of nationalism is narrow and pinched-up, Sources said in the university.

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