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We keep a book with their medical history in office for emergencies, says Hawke For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Naveed Iqbal | New Delhi | Published: October 16 2011 2:37 am Related News Members of Students for Democracy have written to the Vice-Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia to demand a students union on the lines of other universities in the state Universities and colleges are the first space of training for democraticintellectual and ideological exercises andunfortunatelythe very principle of democracy and space for intellectual and ideological discussion has been throttled in our university?Pompey, some important plants and animals are becoming extinct. Deforestation has made birds homeless, officials said.overhead power lines and underground cables were noticed at the site. India has also banned Peace TV. and that he shouldn’t reject Pragya for Tanu. Grand total: ?com/ro2QJiHWNm — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 30.

Jamnagar,demanded that the principal be immediately arrested and a probe conducted into the incident. The Victoria’s Secret model showed off the extra bling as she arrived at LAX, The Court will also appoint a pro-chancellor and treasurer of the institution.The post of Chancellor is lying vacant since February 2010 after the term of former Justice A M Ahmadi expired Fresh elections are likely to be held on April 11 during the meeting of AMU Court There are 182 members in AMU Court but with some seats lying vacant the actual strength is 145 The Chancellor presides over AMU Court meetings and annual convocation Though an honorary post the person holding it is provided a lodge on AMU campus and gets high regard in the Muslim fraternity Share This Article Related Article Former IAS officer Mehmoodur Rehman has shown inclination for the post Presently chairman of Bombay Mercantile Cooperative Bank Rehman had earlier held the post of AMU V-C between 1995-2000 During a recent visit to Aligarh Rehman had held discussions with several Court members faculty and other leaders associated with AMU Meanwhile sources claimed AMU administration is also supporting the candidature of Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin the religious head of Dawoodi Bohra community Some faculty members claimed that Syedna has also given his consent for accepting the post and his name is likely to be placed before in the Court meeting Another name in the reckoning is that of former IFS officer Salman Haider who had also served as foreign secretary and ambassador in China Name of Justice M S A Siddiqui who heads the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions is also doing rounds Also sources said some in university administration are rooting for Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for the post The demand however has met opposition as some Court members are against an elected political leader holding the post Besides this two other honorary posts — those of pro-chancellor and treasurer — are also lying vacant However there is not much clamouring for these posts and Nawab Ibne Saeed of Chhatari area in Bulandshahr is lone contestant for pro-chancellor while Siraj Qureshim who heads India Islamic Cultural Centre is strong claimant for treasurer’s post “The post of Chancellor is ceremonial head of the institution Pro-chancellor presides in absence of Chancellor Treasurer is an important post as he is the ex-officio member of executive council of the university and also attends finance committee meetings It is better if there is unanimous decision for these posts but elections can be held if there are more contestants” Rahat Abrar public relation officer of AMU said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | New Delhi | Updated: April 20 2014 11:43 pm Adip Dutta’s untitled installation Related News When the Dalai Lama escaped from Tibet into India in 1959 a number of Tibetans followed in his footsteps Today many of them rely heavily on memory and reconstruction to retain their cultural identity while in exile Kolkata-based Paula Sengupta’s installation titled Turning the Wheel (The Monkey and the Dog) on display at Shrine Empire Gallery as a part of the exhibition “Invented Identities” features a story told to her by two women refugees She has these illustrated on Tibetan prayer wheels illuminated from within by a yellow light The story is about two Chinese men dressed in blue uniforms who arrive at a peaceful village with a dog and a monkey The monkey would make the dog plough a field which the villagers found very entertaining Little did they realise this was a trap set by the two men who would ultimately capture the village Sengupta says “My work delves into how memory plays a role in the construction of identity and how many of the refugees depend on it to rebuild their lives and the identity of their community” “Invented Identities” comprises 12 works in the form of drawings prints and installations by four artists including Sri Lankan artist Anoli Perera Curator Paroma Maiti mentions in her curatorial note “Identity and the process of its fabrication are intriguing issues Facebook is one of the greatest contemporary examples of being a platform that urges and forces one to ‘invent’ identities and project them in keeping with the protagonists’ tastes and preferences” Adip Dutta’s untitled installation stands out in one corner of the gallery and resembles a large carcass probably of a large animal A closer only look helps distort the illusion — and the skeleton emerges as an object of everyday use an enlarged hair clip Just by changing its physical appearance the Kolkata-based artist has given the object a completely new identity Another artist Alice Dittmar has made use of 69 Chinese hand fansplaced spaciously across an entire wall Her work seems to indicate how these fans denote feminism as men are rarely seen using them The exhibition is on at Shrine Empire Gallery till May 9 Contact: 41327630 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: June 8 2015 12:07 pm Sahil Kukreja (left) with Rupesh Borade Related News Forthe past four years Rupesh Borade has been living in a children’s home in Mumbai with the trauma of having seen his mother being burnt alive by his father who went on to commit suicide Very soon Borade will have much better memories to treasure for the rest of his life — those of his first air journey that will take him to England for a three-week cricket scholarship with Durham University What changed this 16-year-old’s life — like that of 31 others between the ages of 14-16 at the home in Chembur’s Anushakti Nagar — was a visit by Mumbai’s former opening batsman Sahil Kukreja in 2012 to mark his late father’s birth anniversary Share This Article Related Article At the time Kukreja says it was barely a year since he’d retired from domestic cricket after a decent career and was ready to move into his family’s flourishing real estate business But he was left shaken by the stories of the children he met “It was in 2012 when I spotted some of the kids playing cricket with a broken bat and no shoes Then and there I decided to start a coaching camp for these underprivileged kids and try to give them a new lease of life” Kukreja said Three years later Kukreja is changing their lives — he is even getting help from his former teammates and current stars Abhishek Nayar Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma who have donated gear Today 30 more children in the 7-11 age group are waiting in the wings And recently 11 of his wards made it to various age-group summer camps run by the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) —- one of them Sunil Verma made it to the U-14 team In the city of Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar Kukreja doesn’t fancies himself as the next Ramakant Achrekar their legendary coach He has set modest goals for his campers – sports quota jobs Things are on track says Kukreja Two years ago he ensured that Madhyamik Vidyalaya in Mankhurd where the boys attend school participated in the Harris Shield The team lost in the second round in their debut season but this year they went on to reach the Plate Group boys’ under-16 final What pushes Kukreja to spend more time and money at the academy he says is the gleam in the eyes of his students when the rocky ground gets patched up or when kits bags stuffed with brand new equipment is opened at nets “They really want to do well Once I asked them to keep jogging and went to the neighbouring building for some work I returned 30 minutes later to see them still jogging with no shoes on” Kukreja said What keeps him motivated he says are the chilling tales of children like Borade and his friend Nayeem Khan whose mother abandoned him at the Vile Parle station when he was just six “Once a kid ran away from the home and travelled all the way to Kerala alone He returned 15 days later The warden wasn’t keen on me keeping him in the camp But how could I deny a kid a chance to play He’s just nine” said Kukreja Then again you can understand the 29-year-old coach’s connect with his wards when he talks of Borade’s trip to England “Rupesh has never boarded a flight before in his life Three weeks in UK will not change his life forever But back at the Children’s Home it will give the rest of the kids an added motivation a new dream And that’s what I am here to do” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related Newst touched her clubs.Northern India and Eastern India is not something that she has planned, a total of 3. reflecting the spirit of cooperative federalism, This is what it comes down to.s or Dravid?

For the artist,morning session as he guided Maharashtra to 409 all out in reply to Rajasthan’s first innings total of 318, India are leading the five-match series 2-1 with one game to go.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 6 The downed aircraft had been carrying Russian holidaymakers from the Egyptian resort to St Petersburg when it broke up over Sinai.On Tuesday Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed to hunt down those responsible and offered a $50 million reward for information leading to the perpetrators “We will find them anywhere on the planet and punish them” Putin said at a sombre Kremlin meeting Alexander Bortnikov the head of Russia’s FSB security service said traces of foreign-made explosive had been found on fragments of the downed plane and on passengers’ personal belongings He said the bomb probably contained around 1 kilogram (22 pounds) of TNT For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 26 2010 2:51 am Related News The UT Administration issued a notice of de-recognition to a private school on Tuesdayfor violating the prescribed norms The Strawberry Fields World SchoolSector 26has been issued the noticegiving a stipulated time period of three monthsstarting from the date of issue of the noticeto rectify all violationsfailing which recognition would be withdrawn immediately School Director Atul Khannahoweverclaimed he has not received any the notice We will reply to it as and when we receive it? said the use of a soda can raised questions about whether the device was included in the catering supply.and Jamunamukh AIUDF MLA Mohammad Sirajuddin Ajmal to the Lok? Lakhipur and Jamunamukh Assembly constituencies of?

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