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she said, Both candidates have promised to sign a security pact with the Obama administration that would allow nearly 10, Amarkhail defended the conduct of the June 14 balloting and called on Abdullah to resume relations with the Independent Election Commission and honor an agreement he had signed to respect its decisions. The DETC said,Bogus billing scam involves a chain reaction and hence we have to check the credentials of each and every units where we have doubts that the ITC claimed is not genuine. Officials stated that industrialists have right to press their demandsbut they have to take action as per law Talking about slow recoveryAssistant Excise and Taxation Commissioner Rishipal Sidhu said the recovery was always a tedious process and he maintained that more is likely to happen in the coming months Sources confirmed that many big names are likely to come under the scanner and their ITC can be rejected and that is why the industrialists are trying all means to get the inquiry slowed down For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ranjani Raghavan | Mumbai | Published: September 27 2010 2:08 am Related News An acute shortage of air traffic controllers at the Juhu airport has restricted helicopter operations at the airport over the last month Though offshore flight movements have not been affectedhelicopter operators say they are finding it difficult to conduct test flights or maintenence flights that are crucial to smooth functioning of choppers The Juhu airport sees around 90 to 100 helicopter movements a day The airport is being considered by the AAI to accommodate some flights from Mumbai airport in a bid to reduce congestion there Most of the movements out of the Juhu airport are for offshore operations to Bombay High with only a few flights made around the city by tour operators for recreational or other purposes There is a lot of flying that operators have to do for testing and maintenence purposes which has been restricted greatly since last month? For the last 12-13 years there was no recruitment in the ATC while the flight movements have increased. a boy from Uttar Pradesh who is believed to have been taken away by some unidentified persons from the accident site, At the time of the incident, This lasted around 10 minutes before Patel collected the cones and brought it to an end. another body was recovered from Jalandhar bypass on Friday." The situation on the ground as it stands is dire.
is set to witness a tricky contest.apart from emerging as the single largest party in the Maharashtra Assembly and claim the chief minister? It was also decided to felicitate Union Minister for Labour Mallikarjun Kharge for mooting medical insurance for workers in the unorganised sector.” He added: “This is going to be the last ‘sangharsh yatra’ as the Congress-NCP government will be thrown out and that will end the plight of the people. The first Test against England begins later Wednesday in? Just brace yourself to see a completely new avatar of Rajkummar Rao, 2017 5:24 pm Australia’s Bernard Tomic admitted to feeling ‘bored’ against Mischa Zverev in timid show. T Chitara 2/28). a month ago. The students sang patriotic songs.
A major change made to the SOP after the 13/7 blasts was that the Jt CP (L&O) will be out on the streets and visit the blast site. Exit polls results indicate that BJP-led NDA will get the clear majority. “When she reached on the Ring Road, the trio posed together for some pictures. The pair is apparently trying to keep mum about their romance because Cannon’s divorce from Carey has not been finalised yet. pic.com/2mubDDjpJY — SHAH RUKH KHAN (@iamsrk) March 22,and not surrendered [their basic policy. Somaintaining proximity with Nepals Maoists and calling them democratic and Indian Maoists the biggest internal security threat may not be seen as Indias contribution to peace and democracy in its neighbourhood Rebuilding relations with traditional democratic forcesthereforeseems to be an option India may be exploring In the current contextmuch will depend on how far Deuba can carry his party with himsince he also runs the risk of increased isolation within the NC after his Delhi visit [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: December 16 2016 8:28 pm Staying on the topic of superstars Aamir Khan also remarked that Hindi cinema has never been short of female superstars Related News Aamir Khan is undoubtedly a true blue superstar but the actor would like to think otherwise “No one calls me a superstar” said Aamir at the teaser launch of Advait Chandan’s debut film Secret Superstar Talking about superstardom and superstars Aamir said “Superstars are people like Amitabh Bachchan and Rajini sir A superstar is someone who everyone loves and whose work everyone enjoys watching I don’t see myself falling in that category” Delving into his role in Secret Superstar he said “Just like how you have the tadka in dal I am the tadka of Secret Superstar I have a different role in Secret Superstar I was not convinced intially if I should do a role in the film because the role is totally different I gave a screen test for it and only then did I feel I should be doing the role Although when Advait came to me with the screenplay I was convinced about producing it ” Staying on the topic of superstars Aamir also remarked that Hindi cinema has never been short of female superstars “Hindi cinema has always had female superstars Be it Nargisji Madhubalaji Waheedaji All of them have been superstars Today we have Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone who are also superstars Sridevi Madhuri Dixit Juhi Chawla and Kajol are also superstars” Also read |Secret Superstar teaser: Aamir Khan and a hijab can set you free watchvideo Aamir said that it was a deliberate ploy to release the teaser of Secret Superstar eight months before its release as people often complained that he (Aamir) is seen on screen only once in two years Advait Chandan who is making his debut as a director with Secret Superstar called Aamir more than his godfather “He is more than a godfather to me He is an entire institution” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsRhea Colaco First the good news: 37 babies died for every 1000 that were born in 2015 two better than the government’s projections of an infant mortality rate (IMR) of 39 for that year according to new data released last week That’s a drop of 53 percent over 25 years Now the bad news: The target for IMR reduction was 67 percent; it has fallen 10 short of the target 27 that India agreed to under the 2015 millennium development goals (MDGs) set in consultation with the United Nations India has also not achieved the IMR target of 30 that the government itself set for 2012 To get an idea of India’s global standing compare its 2015 IMR average of 37 with IMRs of 35 for 154 low and middle-income nations; 5 for 26 north American nations and 3 for 39 nations in the Euro area There were wide variations in IMR–a bellwether of national health–across India according to the latest report from the Sample Registration System (SRS) bulletin with smaller more literate states reporting IMRs close to or better than richer countries and larger poorer states reporting more deaths than poorer countries indicating the uneven nature of healthcare The overall improvement in IMR over a quarter century is likely linked to a variety of government interventions including institutional deliveries and providing iron and folic-acid tablets to pregnant women and rising incomes and living circumstances since economic liberalisation in 1991 Goa matches China Madhya Pradesh is worse than Ethiopia Of 36 Indian states and union territories (UTs) the lowest IMRs were reported from Goa and Manipur with nine infant deaths per 1000 live births–that is the same as China Bulgaria and Costa Rica and one better than the consolidated figure for Europe and Central Asia according to 2015 World Bank data In contrast Madhya Pradesh reported India’s highest IMR with 50 infant deaths per 1000 live births or worse than Ethiopia and Ghana and marginally better than disaster-wracked Haiti (52) and unstable Zimbabwe (47) but better than its 2014 rate of 52 Uttarakhand was the only state that reported a worsening in its IMR from 33 infant deaths for every 1000 live births in 2014 to 34 in 2015 Highest And Lowest Infant Mortality Rates 2015 Source: Sample Registration System Bulletin 2015 Over 15 years the mystery of growing deaths in Mizoram and the Andamans The Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Mizoram are the only state or union territories whose infant mortality rates worsened over 15 years While the Andaman’s current and 2000 rates are within the Indian MDG target for 2015 infant mortality there increased almost 22 percent The situation in Mizoram is more puzzling: Infant mortality rose by more than 80 percent over 2000 the main acceleration beginning in 2008 Source: Sample Registration System Bulletin In terms of MDG progress from the larger states only Tamil Nadu has met its state MDG target with a reduction of 67 percent in IMR to reach 19 infant deaths per 1000 live births in 2015 Sikkim Manipur and Daman and Diu have all achieved a two-third reduction from their 1991 estimates Goa Maharashtra Puducherry Punjab Jammu and Kashmir Arunachal Pradesh and Odisha have all come very close to achieving their MDG state-specific targets While Kerala doesn’t feature on the list — its IMR for 2015 is 12 and well within India’s national MDG target — that is because its IMR for 1990 was as low as 17 to begin with The latest numbers also show a significant rural-urban gap for IMR with the gap decreasing slowly largely because urban rates are on the lower end of the IMR spectrum and so slower to decline Girls continue to die in larger numbers than boys Infant girls in India continue to die at a greater rates than infant boys and there has been almost no reduction in the gap in IMRs the new data reveal Male babies have an IMR of 35 deaths per 1000 live births while female babies have an IMR of 39 per 1000 live births Eight states had IMR lower than the Indian national average for 2015 These include seven poor states singled out for special attention the so-called Empowered Action Group (EAG)–excluding Jharkhand–and Meghalaya The higher-than-average rates in these states–EAG states include Bihar Jharkhand Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Orissa Rajasthan and Assam–were largely equally above the norm for both male and female infants a trend reflected over time Why the rate of babies dying is a bellwether to India’s well-being The factors that impact the IMR also reflect the well-being of a nation Environmental and living conditions rates of illness health of mothers and their access to quality pre- and post-natal care contribute to infant survival rates Just as rural-urban differentials in the IMR are sizeable and significant so too are the differentials by wealth In other words babies born in poorer families tend to die in larger numbers The poor are the most vulnerable to health disadvantages and the IMR tends to reflect that We will have to wait for the release of data from the National Family Health Survey 4 (NFHS-4) gathered in 2015-16 for the current status of the difference in death rates between babies born in poor and rich families However these inequities in mortality reflect not just differences in access to health services for both children and mothers but also inadequacies of India’s public health system and its inability to deliver quality and equitable services Could efforts to transform health affect elections The National Rural Health Mission launched in 2005 set India’s IMR target as 30 deaths per 1000 live births by 2012 However we have still not been able to achieve in 2017 the target set for 2012 Health has rarely ever taken centrestage as a poll issue in legislative assembly elections in India despite its importance to overall development and growth Health is a state subject but political parties rarely make health issues a part of their manifestos possibly because the effort to achieve results exceed the election cycle However focusing on targets such as infant mortality and other reproductive maternal newborn and child- health indicators could yield results that fit into the election cycle Taking a closer look at IMR achievements for the five states with upcoming elections there are mixed results Uttarakhand’s IMR in 2015 was 34 the same as in 2012 In 2014 and 2015 the state reported increases in infant mortality from previous years Source: Sample Registration System Bulletin Goa Manipur and Punjab have successfully achieved the Indian MDG target for 2015 with a reduction of more than 60 percent in IMR Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh (UP) have decreased mortality rates since 2000 but they both fall short of the India target with UP–with 46 infant deaths for 1000 live birth– reporting one of India’s highest infant mortality rates in 2015 Source: Sample Registration System Bulletin The failures of 2015 will affect goals for 2030 India has reduced its IMR by 53 percent over 25 years instead of the 67 percent it had set in its MDG target The MDG achievements of 2015 set the base for the 2030 sustainable development goals (SDGs) While infant mortality is not a target the SDGs will monitor it will monitor neonatal mortality — death during the first 28 days of life — a key component of infant mortality Neonatal mortality largely stems from poor maternal health inadequate antenatal care improper management of pregnancy complications and delivery related complications In 2013 neonatal mortality contributed to 68 percent of all infant deaths in India and it will continue to represent an increasing proportion of child deaths The prime minister’s Maternity Benefit Scheme– which appears to be a universalisation and expansion of the Indira Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana the Indira Gandhi Conditional Maternity Benefit–could possibly be a step that will better maternal health and delivery outcomes through conditional cash transfers If India is to achieve its SDG targets across gender wealth and caste it needs more attention directed towards infant and maternal health policies or 2030 will–once again–see India falling short of its health targets (Colaco is a researcher focusing on health and nutrition with the Observer Research Foundation) Written by Zainab Hawa Bangura | Updated: April 17 2015 1:15 am This year’s UN report on sexual violence in conflict documents the horror and suggests early warning systems (Source: Reuters photo) Related News An adolescent girl is kidnapped from her village in Iraq and will be sold or given away to fighters of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil) as a sex slave In a detention centre in Syria a man is sexually assaulted to punish him for his political affiliations real or imagined In South Sudan a woman must make the choice between feeding her family or being attacked by armed men when she tries to harvest crops In Bosnia a woman passes the place where she was raped every day during the war there 20 years ago This is the reality for women children and men facing the threat of sexual violence in conflict around the world This past year was one of tremendous progress in the fight against conflict-related sexual violence In June 2014 the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London brought together thousands of policymakers researchers civil society actors and survivors who made renewed commitments to eradicate this human rights violation Countries grappling with conflict-related sexual violence delivered on some important commitments with the Democratic Republic of Congo appointing a presidential representative on sexual violence in conflict and the recruitment of children and Colombia ensuring that survivors of sexual violence have a prominent place at the table as it negotiates a peace agreement to end its decades-long civil war But unfortunately last year’s successes were also met with new and terrifying challenges In April the violent extremist group Boko Haram made headlines with its abduction of 276 schoolgirls from their dorm in Nigeria and their abuse of women and girls as a central belief of their doctrine In August 2014 the Isil began targeting Yazidi women in northern Iraq capturing them and forcing them into sexual slavery The horrifying stories that began to emerge from young women who managed to escape painted a picture of unimaginable savagery and brutality with some young women committing suicide rather than live in Isil captivity These violent extremist groups are all the more frightening because of the organisation and sophistication they use to subjugate and abuse women in areas under their control They exploit them as prizes to reward fighters with and then publicise these crimes on social media to attract new recruits Their use of 21st-century technology amplifies their voices and helps spread their medieval messaging to a global audience This year’s UN report on sexual violence in conflict documents horrendous crimes like these happening in conflicts around the world It chronicles the disturbing trend of sexual violence against adolescent girls including rape sexual slavery and forced marriage It records the use of sexual violence to persecute ethnic and religious minorities and the targeting of people based on their actual or perceived sexual orientation It describes the heightened vulnerability of displaced and refugee populations to sexual abuse It details the stigma and shame that keep women men and children from coming forward when they have been attacked and outlines the lack of services and support available for the survivors who find the strength to speak out about what was done to them The report lists 45 armed groups credibly suspected of committing these crimes including state forces opposition groups and violent extremist groups The report details the gruesome brutality that we face in the fight to end rape used as a weapon of war but it also serves as a roadmap for solutions By stressing the importance of building the capacity of civilian and military justice systems the report underscores the necessary broader efforts required to strengthen institutional safeguards against impunity For example in the past year military and police officers a number of them high-ranking in countries covered by the report have been indicted prosecuted and convicted on charges of conflict-related sexual violence The report also highlights the need for sexual violence to be an element included in ceasefire and peace negotiations and for perpetrators to be excluded from amnesty It calls for more women peacekeepers to be deployed to conflict settings and increased participation of women in all peacekeeping and peacebuilding processes Solutions include ensuring that the urgent need for increased medical psychosocial legal and economic services and support for survivors is met to help them rebuild their lives National and regional early warning systems that sound the alarm against escalating sexual violence should be adopted to help prevent these atrocities before they occur The past year has shown that with political will and sustained action we can turn the tide against sexual violence in conflict Despite this progress the international community must renew its commitment and apply increased pressure so as not to lose the ground we have gained and to meet the demands of new and emerging threats The writer is a UN undersecretary general and the special representative of the secretary general on sexual violence in conflict For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sofi Ahsan | Chandigarh | Published: June 14 2017 4:36 am Punjab and Haryana High Court (File Photo) Top News A 17-year-old girl who was raped in April this year in Hoshiarpur has been allowed to terminate her 10-week pregnancy by the Punjab and Haryana High Court which has asked the doctors to take her consent before carrying out the medical surgery since she will attain the age of 18 later this month The girl was allegedly raped by one Rakesh Kumar of Hoshiarpur district The victim a class XII student had not initially told her family about the incident due to which the pregnancy remained unknown till it entered seventh week On June 1 her father moved the High Court saying the pregnancy had caused “mental anguish agony and injury to the mental health” of his daughter and it should be allowed to be terminated He had also prayed for preservation of the “tissue of the foetus to enable the investigating agency to send it for DNA test” to prove the rape Justice Anupinder Singh Grewal while allowing the termination of pregnancy said that “as a matter of abundant caution keeping in view the fact that the girl will attain majority on June 26 2017” her consent will also be taken by the doctors in addition to the permission of her parents which is mandatory as per law in cases of pregnant woman of below 18 years of age before conducting the operation “The tissue of the foetus shall be preserved and the report of DNA identification of the foetus shall be sent to Senior Superintendent of Police of Hoshiarpur” Justice Grewal said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amol Palekar | Published: June 10 2016 12:06 am Sulabha Deshpande (Express Archive) Top News It was the opening night of Yayati a play in Hindi produced by the Indian National Theatre The curtains were about to part when I managed to reach Rang Bhavan the open-air theatre in Dhobi Talao Mumbai As a teenage theatre enthusiast I was overawed to see that the auditorium was filled to the brim People around me were talking about a young writer called Girish Karnad who had written a path-breaking Indian play They were also excited that every top name in the theatre world — Amrish Puri from Hindi Tarla Mehta from Gujarati and Sulabha Deshpande from Marathi — would be performing on stage And above all it was directed by none other than the young firebrand Satyadev Dubey Whatever unfolded on stage in the next two hours I had never experienced anything like that before While returning home after the performance the crowd around me in the local train ceased to exist: I was in a different world I remember being bowled over by the fact that a costume drama could be performed with such an austere simplicity I also kept remembering the magical moments filled with understated yet brilliant performances especially that of Sulabha who had played the least important role of a daasi Soon after that in 1967 Dubey offered me a role and I made my debut in theatre with a Hindi play Chup Court Chalu Hai I also made my entry on silver screen with a Marathi film Shantata Court Chalu Ahe in 1968 The lead actor in both was Sulabha I still remember being in awe of her dazzling performance in Yayati and getting an opportunity to rub shoulders with such an outstanding performer right at the beginning of my career was indeed a great privilege Despite being a celebrity she was a disciplined hardworking actor and a simple warm human being In fact seniors such as Amrish Puri and Sulabha made all the juniors like me feel at ease from the word go Sulabha Deshpande in Marathi film Shantata Court Chalu Ahe 1968 (Express Archive) The first show of Chup Court was performed in the annual Maharashtra state drama competition in Nagpur and the fact that we bagged almost all the prizes was no surprise to the theatre world After the results were announced an impromptu party to celebrate our success ended early in the morning with Sulabha singing a sensuous laavani in Marathi and then Purisaab taking the evening to a heady climax with Babul mora Later for quite a few years such parties after the first show of a new Theatre Unit production used to be held at “Arvind” Sulabha’s residence; the dissections of that performance invariably led to heated arguments but the tempers used to cool down the moment Sulabha emerged from the kitchen with the plates filled with typical Bombay-style fish preparations And then breaking away from Vijaya Mehta’s theatre group Rangayan Arvind Deshpande and Sulabha formed their own theatre group Awishkar They both toiled hard to convert a dilapidated school hall near Dadar railway station into a viable alternative theatre space Subsequently Chhabildas went on to become a hallowed space in the Indian experimental theatre movement As the inauguration of Chhabildas Theatre Pratima a play in free verse by one of the finest poets/playwrights in Marathi CT Khanolkar was to be performed I was privileged to act with Sulabha once again Additionally she agreed though reluctantly to direct the play which also featured Shreeram Lagoo During the rehearsals the director Sulabha had a tough time making the actors do choreographed movements; so did the music composer Bhaskar Chandavarkar with our live singing In the party after that show Deshpande’s home reverberated with applause not merely for the performances but also for Sulabha’s culinary skills Much later we were shooting for Kantilal Rathod’s Ramnagari in Hindi The film was based on an autobiography of a successful singer actor from Marathi folk theatre While a bhajan was being shot on us Sulabha playing my urban uneducated mother started correcting and teaching me a few things in singing and that duet suddenly got transformed into a heart-warming moment between the mother and son She did it with such finesse that it was like attending a master class While watching the edited rushes of that song Jaidevji said “A composer rarely gets such pleasure of seeing his own composition being bettered” and then embraced both me and Sulabha The ease of getting under the skin of the varied characters that she played in films was equally brilliant Plays such as Avadhya (Marathi) Sakharam Binder (Hindi) were remembered mainly because of Sulabha’s unexpected depiction of sensuous earthy women It won’t be an exaggeration to say that for a few decades in Marathi theatre no actress other than Sulabha managed to stamp her own identity which was as brilliant yet distinctly different from the Vijaya Mehta school of acting Her contribution to the experimental and children’s theatre as well is stupendous Unfortunately the present-day media obsessed with “commercial success” tends to overlook such nuanced details Marathi theatre is also considered (and often looked down upon) as “regional” And more regrettable the present-day generation remains oblivious to this glorious part of our cultural history The writer is an actor and director based in Pune For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated: May 28 2017 3:40 am Top News Residents’ woes over bad roads will continue this monsoon as several contractors have failed to complete the work assigned to them within the deadline The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has now started fining contractors for not being able to complete the work or exceeding the May 30 deadline While two contractors have been fined Rs 2 lakh each by the H West ward office for slow progress of work notices will be issued to several others over the coming week citing similar reasons Irani Enterprises and Pragati Enterprises have been fined Rs 2 lakhs each While Irani Enterprises which had started work on four roads back in January failed to complete the work on two roads including Gurudwara Lane Pragati Enterprises had been working on five roads and two junctions since April 15 and will not be able to complete the work on three roads including 10th Road in Khar Of the three categories of road works all the stretches are in Priority II category Officials from the ward said that the contractor had attributed the delay to shortage of aggregate material because of the shutdown of quarries in Thane in March However Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta had earlier taken a stand saying that procurement of material was the sole responsibility of the contractor “We have issued two separate notices to both the contractors since they failed to comply with the deadline Based on the total cost of the project given to them they will have to pay a penalty of Rs 2 lakhs each” said Sharad Ughade assistant municipal commissioner of H West ward One notice was issued to both the contractors on May 20 and the other was sent out on Saturday In L ward which includes areas like Kurla of the 12 roads and six junctions under Priority II category work on the junctions have been completed and work on three roads is under progress In the remaining nine roads work hasn’t even begun and the contractor will have to pay a fine The nine roads include Vidyavihar Road 60 Feet Road the stretch between Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road and J V L R Milind Nagar junction J V L R pipeline bridge Raheja Vihar Road and V J Patil Road among others Ajit Kumar Ambi the assistant municipal commissioner of L ward said: “The contractor Rupesh Corporation and Infraprojects was not able to start the work on nine roads and we have proposed a penalty against them since they were unable to complete the work The penalty amount is yet to be calculated and a notice will be issued to them on Monday” With the deadline for all pre-monsoon works just a couple of days away the scenario is similar in other wards where contractors will not be able to complete the work and the ward offices are likely to levy penalties from them as well In K West ward for instance resurfacing work on a 200 m-long stretch on P L Deshpande Road is yet to be completed “The contractor has completed the milling work but 60 per cent of the work remains where two layers of bitumen macadem and bitumen concrete have to be laid It is unlikely that the work will be completed and we will charge a penalty from them in that case” said Prashant Gaikwad assistant municipal commissioner of the ward Apart from the suburbs work in the island city is also lagging behind In E ward under Priority II category work orders were given out for eight roads While work on two roads has been completed it is going on in one road and yet to start in five others including Sir J J Marg (south bound) the stretch of Dr B A Road from Lalbagh flyover till E S Patanwala junction and J J Road to Dimtimkar Road junction An official from the ward said: “These stretches are mostly half a kilometer long and pothole-prone which is why they were put up for resurfacing before the monsoon However due to shortage of material the contractors could not start the work on time We will have to consult the tender conditions and figure out how much penalty should be levied from them” He added that the contractor has not defaulted for the first time and after the shutdown of quarries in Navi Mumbai was ordered by the Thane collector in March a show cause notice had been issued to the contractor for not starting the work on time after which the work commenced [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newss efforts to build relations with the Nepali Congress through Deuba, Paterno died in 2012.
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is lodged in any of the jails outside the state. For all the latest Entertainment News, a tape recorder and an LP player rest among cartons and trunks stuffed with clothes.there has been considerable debate, while a woman was struck by lightning at Rajouri and a minor girl was swept away by flash-floods in Kupwara,By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 21 (Full Coverage|| Fixtures||Photos) #SA beat #AFG by 37 runs in an exciting encounter. which will also cover the riparian rights and the dwindling flow of water. The contentious Sutlej Yamuna Link (SYL) canal dispute.
LK Advani’s trial in Babri Masjid demolition.