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with the administration and the police noting them as suspected victims of the flash floods that hit the neighbouring hill state of Uttarakhand last month.L. Gadkar was granted bail on August 5, can manage to do this in a league which doesn’t even last three months, On the pitch, is heavy with grief, BJP said the whole world had acknowledged India’s tough stand on terrorism but she spoke "lies" while her son and deputy Rahul Gandhi went to border to question the Centre instead of Pakistan. Now let’s hope you’re not too late” and the curtain falls. and asked human resource development minister Prakash Javadekar to proceed with the Indian Institutes of Information Technology (Amendment) Bill, His moist eyes reflected pride and pain as he was very fond of the academic achievements of his daughter and her death came as a shock to him.
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000 to minority girls who have passed Class X and whose family? Finally a decision from third umpire.shots. The membership of the proposed GST Council is broadly the same as of the existing empowered committee of state finance ministers (EC). Unfortunately, Even this was done after discussions with the nominees already announced. Judge Mitchell Beckloff officially admitted the pop singer’s 2002 will into probate court and extended until October 2 the temporary control of the “Thriller” singer’s estate granted to executors John Branca and John McClain. 2013 1:59 am Related News Pulling up the autorickshaw union that has threatened to go on strike on August 22, winner of the Stonehaven Cup in 2010, decide to work on the third one in the series.
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Rahul knew he had to play long.We are hopeful of making the answer-sheets available online by Saturday, said Board Chairman and Director General V C Goel A candidate can access her answer-sheet by entering her roll number and date of birth The exam featured multiple-choice questions and candidates marked their choices on an OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) sheet Goel said a candidate will have a week to appeal after which the board will declare the 35000-strong merit list A private agency was hired for scanning and uploading an arduous job given the number of candidates Scrutiny of OMR sheets was done by machines in all 18 districts where the exam was conducted and scanning started soon after The process was delayedGoel saidwhen several answer-sheets in Allahabad and Kanpur were found to be torn andthereforehad to be checked manually This selection procedure has evolved from the Transparent Recuritment Process designed by DIG Renuka Mishrapresently posted with the boardas part of the National Police Mission during her posting with the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) last year At a meeting of DGPs in Delhi last SeptemberHome Minister P Chidambaram had commended UPs system to all states and police organisations SSB and CRPF adopted the TRP but the UP Board has gone further with its latest move In the first stage of recruitmentchest and height measurements were taken digitally to ensure accuracy and to eliminate human error During the physical test a 10-km run for men and 5-km for women each candidate wore a bio-chip which recorded performance This eliminated chances of errorcheatingor favouritism Finallyin the written exameach answersheet had two duplicatesone of which the candidate was allowed to take away The Mayawati government had cancelled the recruitment of 18000 constables made during the Mulayam Singh regime following widespread complaints of corruption and irregularities Howeverthe constables were reinstated by the Allahabad High Court The state government went in appeal to the Supreme Court which upheld the High Court judgment For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 2 2017 3:51 am Top News A 15-year-old girl was rescued from her house by a joint team of Chandigarh police and child helpline on Monday Police said the girl ran away from her house when her marriage ceremony was being solemnised and approached a local police post Personnel stationed at the police post called child helpline who rushed to the spot The victim has been shifted to a shelter home and a case under Section 11 of Provision of Child Married Act 2006 was registered The rescue team was headed by Vrinda Sharma a counsellor with child helpline When the team raided the house of the girl a small function was going on there For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Published: August 18 2017 2:47 pm Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has the solution to HBO’s recent troubles Related News After a series of hacks and leaks have rocked HBO and its Game of Thrones show actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says the network should go back to old-school ways of distribution to guard its content In an interview with EW Morning Live the actor said he feels that HBO should employ an old-school approach to protect future content reports hollywoodreportercom “I think they’re basically going to go back to hand-delivering and just giving us scripts” said Coster-Waldau — who plays Jaime Lannister in Game of Thrones which is aired in India on Star World and Star World HD “Just give us the hard copies instead of all this email and digital stuff I think that’s what’s going to happen in a few years’ time because you know you talk to cops on the street ‘What’s the biggest crime now’ It’s all credit card fraud It’s all that stuff It’s digital So we got to go back to cash” he added Coster-Waldau also said the hacks are ironic because due to the popularity of the series in order to protect the scripts he said the actors had to set up several email accounts in order to receive them “They had to be triple and quadruple (checked) All this stuff right And of course now they have this big hack” he added HBO has been dealing with anonymous hackers who claim to have stolen 15 terabytes of data – including emails show scripts and unaired episodes of hit series such as Game of Thrones Ballers and Room 104 — from the company’s servers and have threatened to release it if their ransom demands are not met So far two episodes of Game of Thrones have leaked in addition to episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm upcoming season as well as script summaries of Game of Thrones and one executive’s emails The network’s social media accounts were also hacked on Wednesday by hacking group OurMine For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRubbishing Nehruvian Secularism and establishing a system based on equality and justice rather than appeasement politics is a fine goal if that’s what the BJP wants Going by the Modi wave that sweeps state after state like a mighty vacuum cleaner that’s what most Indians also seem to want especially if such laudable goals come with a promise of better lives But nobody not even the most ardent of Modi’s supporters want basic governance to be pushed under a saffron carpet for the time being while the BJP goes about winning election after election to establish whatever it wants to establish in the future The future is distant; the present is now The horrendous deaths of 72 children in a Gorakhpur hospital due to what can only be sheer official negligence and criminal apathy make people wonder if election-winning is an end unto itself for the BJP Encephalitis hits the state of Uttar Pradesh year after year PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah who are supposedly working wonderfully in tandem to ensure a better India must take note that many of the 18 BJP chief ministers in the country including their darling Yogi Adityanath are unable to live up to the expectations of those who voted for them If people continue to hear nothing but the Hinduvta shibboleth being mouthed on a daily basis and if they see no visible action on the ground to improve their lives don’t blame them if they see Marie Antoinette’s infamous quip "If they don’t have food let them eat cake" as "If they don’t have oxygen let them breathe Hindutva" If BJP wants to bring about fundamental changes to India’s political economic and social architecture it’s just Modi Shah and the like in the establishment’s higher echelons who must busy themselves with policy-making objectives in all their nuances The rest of the party including an impressive array of chief ministers must also step down from the crest of the Modi wave and get down to the daily more mundane administrative chores — ranging from filling potholes on roads to ensuring that children don’t die in hospitals for want of oxygen Right from Modi down to the party worker at the lowest stratum not everybody can tie themselves up in knots with troubles of how repulsive the Constitution’s Article 370 is or how dangers that pseudo-secularism and the absence of a uniform civil code pose to the nation or how very nice it would be to have a Congress-mukt Bharat The party’s chief ministers must leave such highfalutin and lofty issues to their central leaders and mind their own jobs: Of governing states The fact that the central leadership had to intervene in crisis after crisis in BJP-ruled states does not speak well of either the Modi-Shah duet or of their chief ministers We first had the Gujarat leadership’s utter failure in controlling the Patidar agitation Then there was the fiasco over the farmers’ agitation in Madhya Pradesh And now the pathetic failure of the Adityanath administration in Uttar Pradesh in preventing the children’s deaths All these raise the inevitable suspicion that the party’s central leadership is too hung up about winning elections to watch how its own chief ministers are working or not working until a full-blown crisis erupts Among all the failures of BJP chief ministers the Adityanath government’s inhuman negligence in the Gorakhpur hospital stands out as by far the worst and most indefensible That the tragedy was taking shape just when the chief minister was on a visit to the hospital on 9 August and that neither he nor the bureaucrats who accompanied him sensed it makes citizens across India angry The BJP in general and Adityanath in particular must know that nothing in the world melts the hearts of men and women like a tragedy that strikes children No amount of administrative post-mortem and expression of regret (at its best) nor buck-passing (at its worst) can douse the country-wide anger over the Gorakhpur tragedy What makes it even more repugnant is that Adityanath a five-term MP from Gorakhpur repeatedly made the encephalitis deaths of children in his constituency an issue to fight the erstwhile Mayawati government with in the past Except when he had a chance to do something to prevent the tragedy before the seasonal epidemic hit the state this year he did nothing Encephalitis which blights the state year after year should have figured at the top of Adityanath’s to-do list when he took over as chief minister He should have set up a health squad instead of letting lose anti-Romeo squads on the state’s parks and thoroughfares to book suspected lovers or trying to control unlicensed meat shops on a war-footing The result of this failure is that Adityanath must now suffer the shame of having Mayawati the same former chief minister he once accused of negligence point an accusatory finger at him "This is an example of gross criminal negligence of the BJP government" she said Adityanath has lost the moral right to ask Mayawati a question which he could have otherwise asked: "Was she so busy with her ‘social engineering’ to worry about children dying of encephalitis when she was the CM" There is no end to the accused turning into the accuser in the burlesque of democracy where the defendant and the guilty often switch sides after elections Look at the gumption of the BSP: #GorakhpurTragedy BJP can purchase MPs/MLAs/CMs with crores of money but they can’t provide oxygen to its citizens#Gorakhpur #BSP pictwittercom/4nqRpVmn77 — Bahujan Samaj Party (@BspUp2017) August 12 2017 But can Modi or Shah or Adityanath now point out that the BSP is perhaps the most mercenary of all mercenary parties and perhaps the worst victim of last year’s demonetisation They can’t Look at the audacity of the CPM Yes not the lack of oxygen that killed these children it was utter disregard for human life and instead a sharp focus on divisive issues — Sitaram Yechury (@SitaramYechury) August 13 2017 Can Modi or Shah or Adityanath question Yechury about the utter disregard of human life that the CPM subjected the people of West Bengal to during the 34 years of its rule They can’t Or look at the nerve of the Congress: Shastri ji resigned taking moral responsibility for railway accident @sidharthnsingh holds on to power even after death of infants#gorakhpur — Manish Tewari (@ManishTewari) August 12 2017 Can Modi or Shah or Adityanath ask how many Congress chief ministers have resigned in the wake of human tragedies during the 70 years since Independence They can’t By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 1 2015 5:13 pm Satya Oblette Top News He was adopted by a French couple during their visit to Pondicherry and was discovered by designer Jean Paul Gaultier that made his mark on the international fashion scene But Satya Oblette who has fronted campaigns for luxury fashion houses like Kenzo Gio Ferrari and Dolce & Gabbana says he had trouble getting work initially because of his “long black hair and complexion” “Modelling was not at all my thing… It actually started as a challenge between my friend and me… The start was very difficult for me as I had long black hair and people commented about my complexion and after a while I stopped getting work “Later when I was in India in Pondicherry I saw this dark Indian man with grey hair and a grey beard and that is where I got the idea from I went to my hairstylist and showed him a picture I had taken of the man and told him to do the same thing with my hair and beard “When I entered Jean Paul Gaultier’s office after that they were all shocked at first but then he said ‘let’s work together’ and that is how it all started” Oblette told IANS during his visit to India last week In the late 1970s he was adopted by a couple of French teachers who were overcoming the trauma of the death of their second son Despite the painful start the young Indian was blessed with destiny that opened doors of modelling and haute couture shows With over two decades of experience in the field the 39-year-old who has emerged as one of the most famous male faces of fashion internationally is recognised as a dark brooding man with spiky white hair He feels that “it is important that you don’t forget where you come from even if you are famous in a particular field” and added that today he is “ready to find my real mother and look for answers to the questions I have in my mind” “I would love to give myself to India because for the French I am the most Indian guy and similarly for Indians I am the most French Indian I would like to be the bridge between the two cultures and try and bring the cultures together” he said His last visit to India was in 2012 when he started writing his autobiography titled “My Life in Pieces” that was published in March But he would love to gain more business opportunities in India as he feels that “the Indian economy is rising really well and a huge part of my heart is here” “I would love to work for Indian brands or designers I would love for this to act as my bridge between Switzerland and India and it will also compel me to travel to India more than I currently do” said Oblette by adding that he “would love to work in Bollywood movies and I am looking out for options” It’s not just fashion that is keeping him busy The model is associated with many social causes too In 2012 Oblette joined the association A Child by the Hand which helps children born into poor families Currently he is the global ambassador for Heart for India Foundation founded by Princess Francoise Sturdza a businesswoman from Geneva Internationally acclaimed Indian designer Pria Kataaria Puri is the Indian promoter and ambassador of the foundation “I met Princess Francoise Sturdza last year through a common friend and that is when they introduced the Heart for India Foundation (HFI) to me and showed me what they work for and how they contribute towards the Indian society “When I met Princess she told me that the HFI is completing 10 years and now has a success rate of almost 95 percent It is not something wherein the kids will gain education for a few years and then they will be left alone It’s more like following the kids and making sure they are able to finish their studies and then work on their own” said Oblette For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News where lifeguards are deployed. and the Food Security Act (which will ruin the food market).