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raise money, will not become even more “special” in the hands of our new rulers. in response to their protests against exclusion. ?s constant companion for many years now. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 14, According to his father, So theirs became a big joint family, parents and grandparents all under one roof with one kitchen. Hyderabad won three matches on the trot while chasing some tricky targets and Nehra said it has become a trend of late that teams are winning more batting second.
“But, Hamirpur and Fatehpur. Misha is lucky to have you.so long as he does not incite people to violence against the government established by law or with the intention of creating public disorder. Our courts and governments Central as well as states would do well to remember the response of the Supreme Court of the US in 1989when dealing with a case where a citizen had burnt the US flag to express his disenchantment with the government The court ruled that burning the flag was a right granted to citizens by the constitution under the right to free speech Numerous attempts by the US legislature to pass laws making flag-burning a criminal offence have failed either due to lack of adequate support from the Senate or adverse pronouncements by the judiciary [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 26 2017 2:19 am Bombay High Court Top News The Bombay High court on Wednesday directed the railways to provide facilities to disabled passengers travelling in local trains and CCTV cameras inside reserved compartments special seating arrangements in the platform for the disabled and a helpline facility for them It also directed the Director General of the Police to issue a circular to police stations in the state to take disciplinary action against police personnel who travel illegally in coaches meant for the disabled Watch What Else Is Making News: A division bench headed by Justice A S Oka while hearing a petition filed by activist Nitin Gaikwad said “The railways must appoint special officers to look into grievances of disabled passengers and also to ensure there is no unauthorised entry and travel by general public or police personnel in these reserved compartments Despite several complaints made about this unauthorised travel no action has been taken and neither measures to stop this It is very shocking that the police themselves are violating the law” Gaikwad who is disabled himself had filed a petition stating unauthorised commute by railway and police officials in the reserved compartments and about various facilities and measures promised to the disabled in platforms and trains which have not been implemented yet despite orders passed by the Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities (CPD) which had directed the railways to implement these measures The court while taking a note of the order by the CPD said “Apart from CCTVs and seating arrangements for the disabled a helpline should be activated so that passengers can immediately whatsapp or SMS about unauthorised commute and the railways and the police should appropriately respond and take action immediately” The court also said that a special drive with extra police personnel should be carried out at various railway stations to create awareness on reserved coaches to ensure nobody travels illegally in coaches meant for the disabled The court has directed the railways the DGP and the home department to submit a compliance report affidavit regarding the steps taken on May 2 [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Updated: August 12 2016 1:09 am Top News The last couple of days have seen a stirring in Delhi on Kashmir On Tuesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reached out invoking Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s mantra of “insaniyat jamhooriyat Kashmiriyat” On Wednesday Parliament talked long and seriously about the renewed crisis and the Rajya Sabha passed an unanimous resolution expressing “deep concern” on developments in the Valley since the July 8 killing of Burhan Wani Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh told the House that PM Modi would be present at an all-party meeting to discuss the situation in Kashmir on Friday and that the government was ready to initiate political dialogue with mainstream political parties “moderates” and “other organisations” Minister of State in the PMO Jitendra Singh has rampaged into this moment of hesitant possibilities and struck a staggeringly graceless note Participating in the RS discussion on Wednesday Singh challenged the seeming mellowness of his own party government and prime minister on Kashmir by floating a new bogey and exhuming a congealed image “Intellectual terrorism” and “anti-India activism” were keeping the Kashmir debate alive he suggested Approvingly he recited a quote favoured by former prime minister Indira Gandhi: “You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist” Singh’s intervention does not just bare the ungenerous and constricted nature of his own view of a large and complex issue It also raises questions about the openness and credibility of his government’s outreach in Kashmir — after all Singh is a minister in the PMO It does even more damage to his government than that It resurrects a malign theme of the Modi government ever since it came to power but one that at least in recent days has seemed relatively relegated as it talks “stakeholders” rather than “enemies” be it on GST or Kashmir Singh’s railing against “anti-India intellectualism” on Kashmir and his exhortation that government must talk only to those who presumably pass the “pro-India” test revives memories of the bitter and divisive namecalling that raged most visibly on the JNU issue This tendency that in the name of nationalism thrives on a separation of “us” from “them” and insists on a closing of hearts and minds does disservice to the nation as it prepares to celebrate its 70th Independence Day For the BJP and the government it leads at the Centre Singh’s statements are a reminder of its own worst instincts that it needs to guard against As a party that governs a large and diverse democracy and as a party that is now spreading into all its regions and corners it can ill afford an insecure worldview that excludes difference and banishes dissent Such a view of the world can only be a liability for its own ambitions apart from militating against the idea of India For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChandigarh: A man from Punjab who escaped from the clutches of the Islamic State in June 2014 claimed on Thursday that 39 Indians taken hostage have been killed External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said in New Delhi that she did not believe the claims and her own sources felt the Indian nationals were still alive Representational image Reuters Harjit Masih 25 told the media in Mohali town adjoining Chandigarh and claimed that the 39 Indians mostly from Punjab were attacked by the IS terrorists and killed "The IS came and kidnapped us and took us to another place We were 40 Indians and about 50 Bangladeshis They assured us that our passports would come and we will be allowed to leave for India" Masih said "They (IS) handed us over to another group (of terrorists) who took us to another place Later they put us in a room and started firing Everyone around me fell I kept lying there and later escaped" he said In New Delhi Sushma Swaraj disputed Masih’s claims and said her sources had not indicated that the Indian nationals were dead "We are not sparing any efforts to find them We are hopeful that we will be able to find them and bring them back home I have eight different sources who are saying they are alive" Sushma Swaraj told the media after families of the hostages met her in New Delhi on Thursday "Harjit Masih left our protection on his own He was not under detection" Sushma Swaraj said The family of Masih had earlier claimed that he was kept under detention after his escape and return from Iraq "There is no reason to believe him If we believe him it will mean that we end our search I don’t want to give up hope on this and we are looking for proof" Sushma Swaraj said The Indian nationals were taken hostage by the IS on June 11 last year in northern Iraq’s Mosul town Their families have met Sushma Swaraj and other leaders in New Delhi and Chandigarh to know the whereabouts of their kin stuck in Iraq IANS who will be able to take tough decisions for our country, remember that for every square inch of it that is yours, Indians for them? adding that the 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Gradually this number rose to 550. In the early 1970s, The court’s judgment refers to this plea of the AIMPLB but totally ignores it. When asked Sircar if the female lead of the film has been confirmed.