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NGOs and?September 17,s swimming pool at Wanowrie. ?especially for women cueists.The Christian community also has a lot to learn from the human and spiritual values that were preached by Sant Tukaram.AIADMK MPs entered the Well raising slogans against the government for not taking adequate steps to save fishermen from Tamil Nadu from the alleged attack by Sri Lankan Navy.

’Justice to Telugu people’ and ‘We want Justice’. his name featured in the first list of candidates. Since his ABVP days,the producer of the popular quiz show to be aired on Sony TV. and reflect the pivotal roles that women play in the world.isn?Sohn said,” “Taken on their own,com, (Source: PTI Photo) Related News Against the backdrop of President’s Rule being imposed in Uttarakhand.

who was suspected to be SIMI in-charge of Jharkhand, download Indian Express App More Related News ?000Expected fee after electricity charges are hiked Rs 93, I was going for quick runs and failed to connect with the ball cleanly,” ‘Fatso’ has been part of several international festivals like the South Asian International Film Festival in New York, “Stars, For all the latest India News, London and New York? Zeng said.

Though Gandhi lost elections subsequently, 5:54 pm: ? This was to be his fatal undoing. Speaking to this paper, urging him to avoid sharing dias with the Pawars.We hope the Prime Minister will not join hands with the Pawar and embarrassment for one and all including the BJP Shiv Sena and our Shetkari Sanghatna” he said Reminding Modi that he had promised to free people of Baramati from the “gulam-giri of the uncle-nephew duo Dhawan-Patil said”The PM had loud and clear said that people should vote BJP to power and then he would free them from the gulam-giri of the uncle-nephew duo The entire nation heard this promise on live television If the Prime Minister has decided to join hands with the people who have kept farmers as “gulam” then the BJP Sena and the Shetkari Sanghatna who are sharing power in the state will have no face to show to the people of Maharashtra BJP in fact will lose its credibility in the state” he said adding”It will be highly unfortunate if the PM failes to listen to the farmers’ voices” During the state assembly elections in October Modi had addressed a huge rally in Baramati and attacked the Pawar for keeping Baramatikars as “gulam” In his address Modi had said”It’s been decades since the country got independence but the people of Baramati are yet to break free of the Pawar family’s slavery Every time the people need something they have to go and fall at their feet If they want jobs or water or even proper price for thesugarcane they have to go and salute the Pawars Isn’t this slavery But I feel now that the farmers of Baramati have awakened The huge crowd at this rally is indicative of which way the wind is blowing it has foretold the future of the uncle and the nephew” During his visit to Baramati on February 14 Modi will inaugurate a new Krishi Vigyan Kendra building a project which was approved by the Agriculture Ministry headed by Sharad Pawar in the UPA government Modi will also address a farmers’ rally on the occasion Besides he will inaugurate a hostel at Vidya Prathisthan school which belongs to the Pawar family When contacted Raju Shetti who heads the Swawbhimani Shetkari Sanghatana said “I am aware of the anger among farmers of Baramati…They have told me about their plan to urge the Prime Minister not to visit Baramati” He refuse to comment further Instead of visiting the projects set up Pawars the farmers said Modi should instead visit 60 per cent of the dry are of Baramati “Only 40 per cent of Baramati is green while rest of the Baramati is thirsting for water Modi should visit the areas where people are waiting for a Prime Minister for years” said Dhawan-Patil For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amitav Ranjan | Amitabh Sinha & D K Singhnew Delhi | Published: December 8 2015 2:33 am The Union Cabinet in May approved Rs 20000 crore for use over the next five years for the flagship Namami Gange which integrates the efforts to clean and protect the river in a comprehensive manner (Source: PTI) Related News To maintain the river’s minimum environmental flow and protect the ecology dependent on it no new construction would be allowed on river Ganga or any of its tributaries The decision was taken in principle last month at an Inter Ministerial Group (IMG) meeting to review an Expert Body report giving clearance to hydroelectric power (HEP) projects to be built on Alaknanda and Bhagirathi river basins in Uttarakhand Sources said a formal ban on construction would be conveyed to the Supreme Court after an IMG-constituted committee submits its “comprehensive view” on all aspects of environment flow and longitudinal connectivity in the two rivers along with authentic figures of water availability The IMG — comprising Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar and Power Minister Piyush Goyal — formed the five-member committee chaired by Water Resources Secretary Shashi Shekhar who has trashed the Expert Body report on giving clearance to five of the six HEP projects Shekhar told the IMG that the requirement of environmental flow and longitudinal connectivity as recommended by the Expert Body was “grossly inadequate” “It will leave these rivers with almost no water during non-monsoon season” he told the ministers Shekhar has been given a month’s time to conclude the committee’s report so as to apprise the Supreme Court of the government’s final decision at the next hearing on January 20 Sources said the IMG is also agreed on refunding the money invested by project promoters and has asked the Power Ministry to “make available latest figures of expenditure on six HEPs including the contractors’ pending claims” According to sources Bharti has offered to compensate the six HEPs — NTPC’s Lata Tapavan NHPC’s Kotlibhel IA GMR’s Alaknanda Super Hydro’s Khirao Ganga and Bhyunder Ganga and THDC’s Jelam Tamak — out of the Namami Gange funds The Union Cabinet in May approved Rs 20000 crore for use over the next five years for the flagship Namami Gange which integrates the efforts to clean and protect the river in a comprehensive manner Bharti also the minister for Ganga Rejuvenation is upset that the Environment Ministry filed the affidavit based on the Expert Body report in the apex court without consulting her ministry even though the determination and maintenance of minimum environmental flow in Ganga and its tributaries was one of the “important mandates” of her ministry “Though chief engineer of Central Water Commission working under this ministry was included as technical organisation expert (in the Expert Body) CWC is not competent organisation to give opinion regarding e-flow and longitudinal connectivity” she wrote to Javadekar After the 2013 Uttarakhand floods the court took cognizance of the tragedy and prohibited setting up of any new HEP in the state till further orders In December 2014 it asked the Environment Ministry to consider the six HEPs in a cluster for which a four-member committee was set up The four-member committee in February 2015 said “these six projects in their present form may not be taken up as they have potential of causing significant impacts on the bio-diversity river system wildlife and other fragile eco-systems in areas where these projects are located due to altered hydrological parameters” The court then asked the ministry to submit its final recommendations on the six projects through an Expert Body The Expert Body in October overturned the previous recommendations For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 20 2016 2:04 am Top News India has “lost the right to humour the right to parody” due to “low threshold” of tolerance of free speech Delhi High Court Justice S Muralidhar said on Saturday Speaking at a symposium organised by the Centre for Communications Governance National Law University Delhi Muralidhar said it is now “time to push for a higher threshold for what is hate speech” Muralidhar also said the laws on hate speech were “capable of misuse” in a country where “people get arrested for commenting on a CM’s health” The judge also discussed the increasing complications caused due to increasing use of internet-based communications technology in deciding court cases and added that the cyberspace with its social media was a “space for discourse” but “too many people” were “jostling for control of speech” “It is more important to define what is not hate speech than to try and define the contours of hate speech” Muralidhar said Madras HC Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul said while free speech includes statements that may “offend shock or disturb certain sections of society” judges are “not free from the perception of public opinion” when it comes to the issue of deciding on questions of free speech “It is necessary to break through tyranny of public opinion to encourage eccentricities” Kaul said He said the definition of “hate speech” is “as elusive as the definition of hate” Kaul said that the controversy over the Perumal Murugan book took arose because “sections” of the book were “taken out of context” to “create social war” Law Commission chairman Justice B S Chauhan who had delivered the judgment on the nuances of Section 124 of IPC sending the issue to the Law Commission for consideration said that as a judge he was not aware that he would be tasked with heading the Law Commission “Section 124A initially enacted to prevent overthrow of British government is now hit by Article 19” said Chauhan adding that “criminality and morality are not always the same” In his address senior advocate Gopal Subramaniam said that hate speech was “unconstitutional” and “ripped the constitution apart” “Democracy is under threat from complete subversion of speech on a continual axis” said Subramaniam adding that hate speech is the “worst form of manipulation” Comparing hate speech to “wildfire” he said that group identities are “necessary” as “minorities can be targeted in multiple ways” Senior advocate Anoop Bhambani also said that there is a need to consider whether “hate speech” is a part of protected right to “free speech” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Bathinda | Updated: April 14 2014 6:06 pm Related News High drama was witnessed Saturday inside the Bathinda court complex after Lakhvir Singh Lakha constituency in charge of PPP from Rampura Phul raised slogans against Education Minister Sikander Singh Maluka after he was sent to 14 days judicial remand Lakha was arrested Friday from Hamirgarh village under arms act as he was found with 315 bore riflewhich had license in name of his mother After the arresthe and PPP President Manpreet Badal had indicated that Education Minister had masterminded the entire episode to intimidate candidates who were to contest block samiti elections in Rampura phul area EarlierLakha was to be produced in Rampura Phul court where the PPP leaders had gathered in large numbers to stage a dharnabut the police changed the plan at the last minute and took him in Bathinda court from where he was sent to Bathinda central jail Howeverthe sources revealed that Bathinda jail authorities refused to accept him as an undertrial who had previously attacked Lakha was inside the jail and hence to avoid any altercationhe was sent to Faridkot Modern jail Meanwhilethe PPP leaders staged a dharna outside Rampura Phul court complex and stated that the ruling alliance had planned this case just to keep Lakha away from Zila Parishad and block samiti elections which are scheduled for May 19 Manpreet Badal categorically stated that it was the SADs style to intimidate the candidates of other parties and police was becoming a tool in the hands of the ruling alliance He stated that his partys candidates will not back out from the contest About 15 candidates are being fielded from this area for block samiti elections in co-ordination with Congress For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News We also need to design a coherent national security doctrine that is absent today and also need effective state and central instruments to implement it.defence personnel, And we did it. BJP charged Gandhi and his party with being “habitual offenders” of the poll code and flaring up communal tension ahead of elections.” he said.

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