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manpower and human resources and technological upgradation) relating to operation of the RRBs.counsel for Sajjan Kumar, that of women being answerable to men ? Copies of the letter were also given to the offices of Mayor Raj Bala Malik as well as Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Shivraj V Patil. Open champion Brooks Koepka (67).had imagined the two countries as permanently estranged. It?52 lakh (or Rs 123. They allegedly threatened the policemen of dire consequences and “flaunted their high-profile connections.argued that under the Citizenship Act as amended in 1986,every person born in India on or after the 26th day of January 1950 but before the 1st day of July 1987.
persons and that is why they are issued identity certificates.teachers associated with the making of these papers refute this claim. 2013 2:31 am Related News Furniture trader Devendrasinh Jadeja, “While I was reading the address, has pitched in to help.the pursuit of goodness draws you to politics, today said he respects the government’s decision to “discontinue” his services while making it clear that he never charged anything for the task. The title has been chosen keeping in mind that Khaidi is the most famous film in Chiranjeevi’s career. but when it comes time to defend we are much more fragile, it was put to rest after Babar Azam got off to a flying start.
an Assistant Sub-Inspector of ITBP died of heart attack at Brarimarg on 28 June during deployment of the forces along the tracks for the security of the pilgrims.s accountability and discourage it from forcibly taking over the state? including Rajasthan and Uttarakhand.imparting human values and positive thinking in rural workers along with methods for self-generation of funds, says Karnail Singhan education officer with CBWE Under the aegis of Ministry of Labour and Employmentthe board organised six programmes in different villages last month In the last four monthsCBWE has completed 42 of the total of 174 allotted programmes for the year These include special programmes for women workerschild labourparents of child labour and SC/ST workers For the first half of the yearthe board concentrated on programmes for the organised sectorpaid by the industries themselvesas these helped them generate funds for the unorganised sector programmes For this monththoughample funds have arrived and the board has also recruited two education officers They will be joining in six months after undergoing training at the Indian Institute of Workers Education in Mumbai We inform the workers about their rights and duties and various welfare schemes run by the Centre and state for them We get in touch with welfare organisations and encourage them to hold training sessions in these villages? For all the latest Guwahati News, The fresh travel warning replaces earlier warning, without giving details. Ruhi pulls Aaliya’s leg as Aaliya is getting dressed as a Punjabi bahu.It is true that I have urged the CM to shift the project. Delhi.
then DSP (South),denied the reports of any such plea being made for the Kanpur rally. We are telling them that Modi government has not done any partiality against Muslims in Gujarat and the Congress is misleading them against Modiji. For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Delhi | Updated: June 5 2014 8:08 am Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan at Parliament House on Wednesday (Source: Express photo byprem nath pandey) Related News Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on Wednesday said had Gopinath Munde worn a seat belt he would have been alive It is a misconception he said that the rear seat belts are not required to be used Harsh Vardhan said his ministry will start a campaign to ensure road traffic safety — something that is ordinarily the mandate of the Ministry of Road Transport Union Rural Development Minister Gopinath Munde died on Tuesday after his car was hit from the side by a motorist who had allegedly jumped a light The damage to the Minister’s car was not great but the force of the throw-forward within the confined space of the car damaged the atlanto axial joint in his neck and severely injured the spinal cord “I lost my friend to a misconception Most people think that the rear seat belts serve only a decorative purpose In fact wearing them is as necessary as wearing the seat belt in the front seat They can save lives in the event of an impact The damage to the human body is often greater when the victim is not ejected from the vehicle Scientific tests have proven that wearing seat belts gives them a hope of survival” Harsh Vardhan said The minister made the statement before leaving for Beed to attend Munde’s funeral Under the traffic laws wearing a seat belt is not mandatory for passengers in the rear seat He said the Health Ministry will launch a multi-media campaign soon to make people aware of road safety measures The focus would be on children orphaned by such accidents “The focus would be child victims of such accidents I would like to seek the cooperation of associations of petroleum dealers in order to utilise pumps as points ofinterface with motorists Perhaps a system could be developed under which petrol and diesel can be denied to those who don’t use seat belts and helmets A new law which makes non-use of seat belts and helmets a punishable offence is necessary” the minister said The minister claimed that research in the UK has shown that wearing a seat belt reduces the risk of fatal injury to front seat passenger car occupants by 45 per cent and risk of moderate-to-critical injury by 50 per cent For those in the rear of vans and sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) rear seat belts were 73 per cent better in preventing fatalities he said Harsh Vardhan pointed to the accident in which Princess Diana was killed and also the one which claimed the life of former Delhi CM Sahib Singh Verma to drive home the importance of seat belts For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: May 11 2013 2:11 am Related News Chhota Bheem and Chutkithe little stars of the animated television series Chhota Bheemwere in the city to celebrate the shows eighth anniversary with the children of Bharatiya Samaj Seva Kendra recently POGOthe channel that airs the showorganised a small birthday party that featured a screening of the recent Chhota Bheem moviealong with a birthday cakea few games and activities for the children The celebrations will go on for one monthduring which the channels team and the shows characters will travel to various cities across the country The team is also scheduled to visit DelhiLucknowAmritsar and Coimbatore Extra Innings Its the season of cricket and in keeping with thatKeys Hotel is offering yet another reason to enjoy They have created an assortment of cricket-based special dishes and drinks Cheer for your favourite team and get a 15 per cent off on the buffet on predicting the winner and an additional 10 per cent off as part of the Super Six offer when you book for a group of six or above For those looking for unlimited funKeys Hotel is offering unlimited beer and snacks Immortal Art Renowned artist Ganesh Paynes oil painting of Lord Ganesha is on display at Bunglow 6Saint Patrick Town The artistwho passed away recentlywas born in Kolkata and had a five- decade-long careerduring which his paintings were exhibited around the world ParisLondonWashington and Germany Known for his small tempera paintingshe was influenced by great painters such as Abanindranath TagoreHals RembrandtPaul Klee and even by Walt Disney cartoons His was also inspired by Bengals rich storehouse of folklore and mythology For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 2 2013 1:51 am Related News Shopkeepers and traders across Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad observed a total bandh as part of their indefinite agitation to protest against the new LBT (Local Body Tax) regime introduced by the state government from April 1 LBT takes the place of octroiwhich has been scrapped across the state Bus services and industrieshoweverremained unaffected Shopkeepers and traders have threatened to intensify their agitation from Tuesday The traders association will take out a morcha on Tuesday from Mandai to PMC headquarters to protest against what they described as the state governments bid to harass them through inspector raj. he said.s response comes to the WBSRC when a PIL was filed in the High Court on the issue and the case is scheduled for hearing on March 6. The train journey will also be quicker by 40 minutes. “Why not an inquiry be conducted into sand mining for the last 10 years too as huge losses were caused to the state exchequer in this during the previous government’s rule, Besides, as life is bound to move on. and which is about to release.
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