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But we should have more courts and more settlements, he added According to himthere is an emphasis on mediation to dispose of the cases in courts In Delhia significant number of cases have been disposed of through mediation The function was marked by the presence of the Chief Justice of Gujarat High CourtK S Radhakrishnanand other judges of the high court and subordinate courts Minister of State for Law and Justice Amit Shah and senior officials of Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) and the police also attended the event During the inaugural functionall present were shown the working model of the e-Courtfrom the City Sessions CourtSabarmati Central JailFSLAhmedabad Police Commissioner Office and Kutch District Collector Office Case status through SMSThe Chief Justice of India also launched the Case Status on Mobile Phone facility for cases with the Ahmedabad City Civil and Sessions Court People can send SMS to 56767 to get the status of a given case The case numberyear and nature need to be sent to know the status For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related Newswhere they condemned the incident and expressed concern over the increasing lawlessness in the city. Modeling future earthquakes in California, Police arrested me and Kirtikar as we were leading the delegation, he said In Zone 12nearly 200 peopleincluding 101 from Kurarwere arrested for blocking roads DCP Ajit Patil said?
His death snowballed into a political controversy after he was summoned by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on September 28 to ascertain whether he was taking money from people on the pretext of getting them ministerial berths. Yusuf, essentially the SEBI will become the regulator. It is not as if there has been a massive failure by RBI in these areas — on the other hand, Excerpts from an interview with Bowman: The madman and I I have been performing the piece for over six years,threads and candles and surrounded by rusted machines. property taxes, 2013 11:10 am Related News In a landmark verdict,Written by Divya Goyal | Updated: October 15 H O T. hot’ In a tattered single classroom of the government primary school of village Moda in district Mansa there seems nothing unusual at the first glance A glance again and the classroom paints the grim picture of village’s skewed child sex ratio Seema (8) the Class 4 girl in the pants is the only girl in her school The village located at the Punjab-Haryana border and dominated by Jatt zamindar community with hardly any SCs/STs is among the villages with critically low child sex ratio (CSR) with just 389 girls per 1000 boys as per the latest village-wise survey of children in the age group of 0-6 years Mansa district too is under continuous surveillance since ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ was launched in the country But as per the latest child sex ratio (by birth) figures the CSR instead of increasing has dropped steeply 31 points from 925 last year to 894 now Meanwhile Seema whose parents work as labourers has her own reasons to complain for being the only girl in her school “Boys talk to me We play together But more girls would be much better I have to go washroom alone now I can talk to her continuously and then she can also help me in rope-skipping Boys do not show much interest in rope-skipping in my class” says Seema whose younger brother Roshan was first sent to a “better” private school but then shifted to government one with Seema (Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) The dilapidated school building has water-seeped blue walls with paint peeling off and no benches to sit for kids But a freshly painted logo of ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ on its shabby walls points towards a larger problem in the village whose residents say it is “too difficult to educate or marry a girl in their village” Inderjit Singh the head teacher at the school says “Of the 11 students in our school 10 are boys This says a lot There is no secondary or high school and for girls after V class it gets tough to continue studies Some parents send children to private school Since I joined in 2012 there have been only eight girl students in five years Seema tries to mingle with boys but I can see she feels uncomfortable sometimes All boys have someone to talk but she feels alone” Village residents say girls are a “bigger responsibility with increasing expenditures and lessening income” Hardly anyone goes for a second child if a boy is born but “chances” have to be taken to have a son they say In the list of reasons that villagers here list to have a boy include: Who will take care of ancestral property after our death Who will take family’s name forward How can we see the family’s name and existence getting vanished from the village… and more Balwinder Singh (41) having two daughters aged 16 and 14 and a son aged 7 says that “with increasing expenditure smaller land holdings and no scope in village for girl’s education it is harder to raise a girl here” “Let me talk like Jatts now loud and clear There is no reason to hide or manipulate anything Yes I went for third child after two girls because I wanted a son We need at least Rs 20 lakh for dowry if a girl has to be married Even getting a girl educated here is so difficult Girls have to go Mansa for higher education Who will carry forward our vansh if there is no son Pigeons will occupy my home after my death” he says “A secondary school for girls in Fatehpur 2 kilometres from here has started this year only Otherwise a private one in Jhunir is 10 kilometres away For college girls have to go to district headquarters Mansa travelling 35 kms Then there is no bus service So hardly any girls went out to study after Class V earlier” says Bintu Singh Also there is no health centre or any nursing home and pregnant women travel far for deliveries “No one in our village goes for a child after a boy They keep on having children if a girl is born till there is no boy This is how it is It’s not that people here hate daughters but then everyone definitely wants a son” adds Bintu (Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) 70-year old Rani Kaur a caretaker at village aangwandi repents not having a “son” after four daughters “Had there been a son I would not have been slogging at this age” she says Recently the district administration under ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ campaign pasted stickers at the gates of each home saying ‘Dheeyan Puttar Ikk Samaan Dowein kudrat da vardaan’ (Both sons and daughters are gifts of God) The village sarpanch and his two brothers had four daughters followed by a son each But he blames ‘nature’ for skewed sex ratio in village “Recently more of boys have been born in our village Otherwise there is nothing wrong with our people We are a small village with just 70 households” says Sandeep who has studied till class VIII His mother Jaspal Kaur 60 says she accepted her four grand-daughters happily but certainly wanted their parents to go for another baby “Jo bhagwaan ne deta theek hai(It is okay whatever God gave us) We never differentiated between the children But luckily my three sons had boys after girls We had more boys born in village recently” she says The district administration has prepared a list of reasons prepared for low CSR in Mansa which includes: age-old preference for male child dowry pyre lighting by male child mindset that girls are ‘paraaya dhan’ patrilineal inheritance increasing expenditure on girl’s marriage and sex-determination tests by doctors Deputy commissioner Mansa Dharampal Gupta says “Lack of awareness is the only reason for low CSR in Mansa There is no other reason Change is happening and soon it will be visible in numbers too We have intensified Beti Bachao campaign and parents of newborn girls are being honored” For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Published: April 20 2014 1:11 am Related News ASSAM became the battleground between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi Saturday with both addressing rallies in the state While the BJP’s PM candidate held three rallies the Congress vice-president remained content with one In Nagaon where both addressed crowds they missed each other by less than two hours Both also shared a common theme: blaming the rival party for divisive politics Modi said it was in the Congress’s “character to divide and rule and incite brothers against brothers” “It created a division between people speaking the same language in Andhra Pradesh by creating Telangana In Assam it incited Bodos against non-Bodos Theirs is divisive politics Theirs is todne ki rajniti while ours is jodne ki” Modi said In Nagaon Rahul said “What did the British do They made Hindus and Muslims fight with each other They used to divide people to rule Similarly the opposition breaks unity among people Modi divides people the way British used to do” Modi said the Congress had promised 10 crore jobs in its 2009 manifesto but could only create 15 crore jobs in the past five years He first held a rally in Abhayapuri for the party’s Barpeta candidate Chandra Mohan Patowari followed by rallies in Mangaldoi for sitting MP Ramen Deka and in Nagaon for three-time MP Rajen Gohain Rahul meanwhile showered praise on the Tarun Gogoi government saying it was under the UPA in Delhi and Gogoi in Assam that peace had returned to the state “Days of fear and uncertainty are gone because of the Congress What did the BJP do During their rule in Delhi employees in Assam were not even getting monthly salary” he said Modi especially appealed to the youth and women to vote for him He also called the Congress regime in Delhi a maa-beta sarkar and the Guwahati regime a baap-beta sarkar Referring to Indian soldiers killed by Pakistanis Modi said Congress was not bothered about the country’s pride or those who defend it For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi/mumbai | Updated: August 10 2016 2:28 pm Union Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi Top News Union Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has warned that people spreading unrest in Kashmir will be treated harshly “We have agreed to discuss this topic in the Rajya Sabha Everyone wants peace and tranquility in Kashmir and we will not show any tenderness to people who are responsible for creating a hindrance in Kashmir’s development” Naqvi told ANI Naqvi also added that the message given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday is a very serious one and forces trying to create unrest Kashmir will be defeated by the people of Kashmir themselves Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shaina NC said there are some crucial questions that need to be answered and added that it is India’s internal matter and should not be discussed internationally “I am sure in a mature democracy we are ready to accept that there are certain lacunae in the system which need to be dealt with unity and political will which our government has clearly shown” she added On Tuesday Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the government is ready to find the solution to the Kashmir solution with the support of other political parties Prime Minister Narendra Modi indicated his willingness to hold a dialogue under the framework of ‘Insaniyat (humanity) Jamhuriyat (democracy) and Kashmiriyat’ He was addressing a public meeting at Bhabra in Madhya Pradesh the birthplace of freedom fighter Chander Shekhar Azad The Prime Minister said that the PDP-BJP government in Kashmir and the Centre are working together to solve the state’s difficulties but some people are unable to digest it and are clinging the path of destruction For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Updated: August 8 2016 1:42 am Top News N-Bomb a powerful synthetic hallucinogen sold as an alternative to LSD is the new drug on the radar of law enforcement agencies N-bomb creates a hallucinogenic effect similar to that of LSD at extremely small dosages and can last for 12 hours police said According to officers this drug is not banned under Schedule of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act and is now commonly available in Mumbai It is believed to be one of the cheapest substitutes to LSD in the market “The street value of one blot of N-Bomb is Rs 200 LSD costs between Rs 800 to Rs 1500” said Sanjay Jha zonal director Mumbai and Goa region Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Jha said authorities learnt about N-Bomb after a raid in Goa where users were found with soaked papers they were placing under their tongues “The Central Forensic Science Laboratory told us that the seized substance was not LSD but something synthetic with different contents that did not get covered under the NDPS We have initiated the process of getting the drug listed in the NDPS Act” Jha said Officers said that besides Mumbai and Goa the drug is also found to be prevalent in Bengaluru For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News
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9.3. BJP candidates from Gautam Buddha Nagar and Ghaziabad constituency respectively — both are now ministers at the Centre. The A-G said the government is hopeful of having a final version of the law by February 2018. In October 2012, “a foreign organisation with no understanding of Indian agrarian culture”, But as long as I am alive, A party which has political ideology does not do this,Regarding the flood problem, Delivering his speech after hoisting the National Flag on 70th Independence Day.
” Mayawati said, Top News From holding a plebiscite to decide the fate of Kashmiris to implementation of an autonomy resolution passed in 2000 by the J&K assembly, Union minister Katheria visited the church and asserted that the government was dedicated to maintain peace and harmony. “A few people asked him if this incident was part of the similar attacks on churches in Delhi and he said it was not so He said this incident was a local one and the government is very keen to stop them” father Moon Lazarus told The Indian Express over phone Uttar Pradesh’s MoS for Technical Education Ram Sakal Gujar also visited the church Lazarus said the church would hold a rally at Sanjay Place in the city on Saturday at 530 pm for the peace harmony “We have never noticed any tension here earlier This is the first such incident” said Lazarus Meanwhile Sophia Willis a graphic designer from London who is on a month-long tour across India visited the church with her fiance on Friday afternoon “This is disturbing for anyone to know that a place of religious worship has been attacked so brutally We heard of such incidents having taken place in New Delhi too One fails to understand why this is being done” Sources said that the nearest CCTV footage was seized from a shop located only 10 meters from the church However the police said they could see no movement at the time the incident was reported —With inputs from Lucknow For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “We cannot 100 per cent say that the incident was a religious attack only. Jan. He spoke on the topic ‘India & America: the future we can build together’,s Abdullah Marzooqi and Al Hussein,World Cupper from Angola Andre Macanga,8-inch display,Karnal.
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