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In his last public rally before his death, The MNS head, which is 12th in the 20-team Premier League. which is still chasing trophies on four fronts domestically and in Europe.dated December 9,cases of gastric problems, 2011 2:32 am Related News Two Buddhist monks from Myanmar,are getting a taste of the city? Top News US President Donald Trump believes millions of votes were cast illegally in the last year’s presidential election, however.
Under the ICC Regulations for the Review of Bowlers Reported with Suspected Illegal Bowling Actions,Ansari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh paid floral tributes to Nehru at his memorial – Shanti Van – on the banks of Yamuna here this morning amid chants of hymns and patriotic songs. sea and underwater.The North has conducted a number of what it claimsweresuccessful tests of a submarine launched ballistic missile(SLBM) Outside experts have questioned the results of thosetests suggesting Pyongyang had gone little further than a"pop-up" test from a submerged platform AFP New Delhi: Trinamool Congress members on Tuesday alleged in Lok Sabha that CBI was being misused in the Saradha scam and staged a walkout even as government said it was willing to discuss issues related to the fraud Trinamool Congress MPs staged a walkout from Lok Sabha this morning As soon as the House met for the day more than 20 TMC members trooped into the Well and shouted slogans for sometime before staging a walkout They alleged that the country’s federal structure was being challenged by misusing CBI in the Saradha case Speaker Sumitra Mahajan rejected an adjournment notice given by TMC leader Saugata Roy TMC members were heard shouting that misuse of CBI should be stopped Observing that it does not make any sense to disrupt the House everyday Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said government was ready for a discussion "Let there be a debate on Saradha scam anytime" the Minister said adding that corruption cannot be hidden by shouting slogans in the House However Congress members protested against Naidu making an intervention in the matter with party leader Mallikarjun Kharge wondering as to how the Parliamentary Affairs Minister can clarify on the Saradha issue during Question Hour Last week CBI had arrested West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra in connection with the scam PTI New Delhi: Putting up a brave face in the wake of mounting rebellion in the party poll-bound Haryana Congress today downplayed the meeting its senior leader Chaudhary Birender Singh had with BJP chief Amit Shah "I had also seen pictures of Singh meeting Shah I am not aware that for what purpose he met him Whether it was personal or some other matter I will try to talk to him" party general secretary Shakeel Ahmed who is in-charge for Haryana told reporters here Representational image AFP Chaudhary’s meeting with Shah comes a fortnight after he had a meeting with Congress President Sonia Gandhi He is a known detractor of Harayana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda against whom dissidence is growing in a section of the party since the Lok Sabha polls in which Congress could secure only one of ten seats Ahmed also downplayed the resignation Haryana Power Minister Ajay Singh Yadav from the cabinet "Ajay Singh Yadav has said he will not leave the party Of course he has quit the state cabinet I will be talking to him today" the Congress leader said The six-time MLA from Rewari yesterday resigned from the ministry and attacked Hooda for "failing to learn lessons" from the Lok Sabha election debacle On Hooda asking him to reconsider his decision Yadav told PTI "I am going to meet my leaders in Delhi I will not like to speak anything on this issue now before meeting my leaders" To a question about sulking Maharashtra leader Narayan Rane Ahmed said he has met Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and some central leaders of the party Asked about communal clashes in Saharanpur he asked the Uttar Pradesh government to sternly deal with such situations to prevent its recurrence and regretted "unfortunately some parties exist in our political life which try to fan communalism" He also urged the Centre to take steps to evacuate Indians trapped in Libya PTI By: Express News Service | Thiruvanananthapuram | Published: February 12 2017 2:28 am Top News Thirteen college students belonging to CPM’s student wing SFI have allegedly assaulted a youth found sitting with two girls The alleged case of moral policing on Thursday has outraged the Left circles in Kerala The police said that the youth was assaulted at University College here when he had gone to attend a cultural function along with two female friends The youth told the police that the SFI men allegedly took him away and assaulted him Soon more students joined the assailants before the three were forced to leave The youth called the assault moral policing as the assailants could not brook him sitting with girls “One of the students asked me why I was sitting with girls When I said I was about to leave the campus he started assaulting Soon more students joined’’ said the youth who was later hospitalised Left fellow traveler and film director Aashiq Abu on Saturday said that those involved in the attack should not be allowed to hold SFI flag “It is an RSS model attack Police should take stern action’’ he said in a Facebook post SFI Thiruvananthapuram district secretary Prathin Saj Krishna denied his outfit’s role “SFI is an organization which has strongly reacted against moral policing In University College one can see girls and boys moving together Hence we cannot even think about reacting against such incidents’’ The SFI leader said the three were found in a classroom when a function was going outside A female student questioned them which triggered a dispute Later other students forced the youth to leave Krishna said another female student has complained to the principal against the two girls for inviting an outsider The police said they have identified three assailants who are associated with SFI men and further action would be taken after recording statements of those involved For all the latest Thiruvananthapuram News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Fali S Nariman | Updated: April 5 2016 8:14 am Vice President Hamid Ansari Related News Since I subscribe to almost all the national dailies I must congratulate The Indian Express for giving pride of place in its Sunday issue to Vice President Hamid Ansari’s convocation address in Jammu — at the very top of the front page (‘VP calls on Supreme Court to help clarify and strengthen secularism composite culture’ April 3) A head of state (a vice head as well) must speak extra-constitutionally and more often about basic constitutional values especially since neither of these distinguished personages has any role to play in adjudicating upon them Despite declarations of constitutional rights minorities in society do not (because they cannot) find adequate protection in the normal political processes; they need the protection of courts In India when dealing with minority rights in the 1950s up to at least the 1970s our judges were conscious of this They had conceptualised the highest court’s role (as has the US Supreme Court) to be that of a political party in opposition In 1958 the Supreme Court of India had thwarted an attempt by the first communist-controlled government (which had come to power in Kerala in 1957) to take over the management of (private) Christian schools in the state In an advisory opinion given on a presidential reference under Article 143 of the Constitution a bench of seven justices of the Supreme Court — Chief Justice SR Das presiding — held (six to one) that large parts of the Kerala Education Bill were unconstitutional Later some politicians and state governments complained that after the verdict they found it increasingly difficult to regulate educational standards They cited the opinion expressed by a former CJI PB Gajendragadkar that the prior decision of the court on Articles 29 and 30 required reconsideration So in 1974 Chief Justice AN Ray directed that a larger bench be constituted to reconsider questions that had been raised in the presidential reference on the Kerala Education Bill But the only consequence of this reconsideration was that what had been asserted by Chief Justice SR Das in his now-classic opinion in the Kerala Education Bill case got emphatically reaffirmed in a decision of an even larger bench: Of nine justices (in Ahmedabad St Xavier’s College Society vs State of Gujarat) Secular education given in minority-established colleges was now looked upon as protected by the provisions of Article 30 (out of reach of statutory bodies) in the same way as were minority-run schools in the earlier Kerala Education Bill case Justice KK Mathew (a devout Christian) and one of the ablest judges to have sat on the court read into Article 30 the right of parents to determine to which educational institution their children should be sent for study: It excluded the power of the state (he said) “to standardise and socialise its children by forcing them to attend public schools only” Another member on the bench was Justice HR Khanna — who is today remembered for standing up to the insolent might of the executive in his brave dissent in the now-infamous case of ADM Jabalpur (1976) where he alone amongst four other seniormost judges upheld the personal liberty of India’s citizens despite the declaration of the internal Emergency of June 1975 Well it was Justice Khanna (a devout Hindu) who back in 1974 gave the true reason why minority interests are so zealously protected by courts He said: “The safeguarding of the interest of the minorities amongst sections of the population is as important as the protection of the interest amongst individuals of persons who are below the age of majority or are otherwise suffering from some kind of infirmity The Constitution and the laws made by civilised nations therefore generally contain provisions for the protection of those interests It can indeed be said to be an index of the level of civilisation and catholicity of a nation as to how far their minorities feel secure and are not subject to any discrimination or suppression” So in the end what Vice President Ansari has said (in April 2016) has already been said before by our judges That is correct But note that it was said by our judges of yesteryear After one of the major political parties inIndia in the early 1990s characterised the sentiments expressed by judges in the 1950s and 1970s as an “appeasement of the minorities” minority rights have never been as fervently protected by the Supreme Court as they had been before This is why what had been said by our judges in the 1950s and 1970s needed to be said (if not by the judges) by the executive vice head of state There is another more pragmatic reason for what was so eloquently said in the convocation address in Jammu: The same reason that was given by then Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat way back in 2005 when in the Rajya Sabha he had said quoting Andre Gide: “Everything that needs to be said has been said already but as no one listens we must always begin again” Yes the importance of saying things that have been said before is that hopefully in critical times it might be listened to and acted upon And today we do live in critical times The writer is an eminent jurist and senior advocate to the Supreme Court This article first appeared in the print edition under the title ‘Say it again’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News the North’s official KCNA news agency said. "We saw an aircraft that had literally been ripped apart, “#ToiletEkPremKatha is Akshay Kumar’s 8th ? “States were already doing much of this (security work) themselves using very different products. “Being able to connect infectivity of individual particles and how they behave in the cell to infection -which is what we really care about – is going to have a big impact on the field, Apparently, He had detected same cases in Agra.
and under the surface of politics,blue turbans? you must seek a vote on the House about it, 6. For all the latest Delhi News, The work of replacing a 1,900 km covering the Pune Metropolitan Region, This numbers itself is the single largest for any student organisation. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bangalore | Updated: July 14, Senior advocate Indira Jaising who appeared for the Delhi government.
He added that he trusted the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos as having the power to push through the constitutional peace process. this was narrowly defeated in an October 2 vote, * The King of Good times will not be styling and profiling in his plush RCB suite.Bollywood stars, which has received extensive coverage in the British media, Related News British Prime Minister David Cameron is prepared to drop a demand to curb welfare benefits for migrant workers as he attempts to renegotiate the terms of Britain’s membership of the European Union, including several thousand leftwing extremists, For all the latest World News,faulty manner? The BSP had kept away from Mondays nationwide Bharat Bandh organised by the Opposition parties In Lucknowthe BSP held demonstrations at Jyotiba Phule stadium Speaking as the chief gueststate PWD minister and the partys national general secretary Naseemuddin Siddiqui attacked the UPA government for pursuing wrong economic policies He also accused the Opposition of harassing common man through their bandh He suggested the Opposition should learn to organise agitations from the BSP workers Andolan ka tarika hota hai (There is a way to organise agitation)?fresh clearance has to be sought, said Metropolitan Commissioner Rahul Asthana Meanwhilethe MMRDA will have a pre-bid meeting with companies for conducting a techno-economic feasibility study for the MTHL on Thursday More than 40 companies have shown interest in taking up the job The 22-km creek bridge from the seafront at Sewri to Chirleconnecting NH-4B will help connect the city to the hinterland and also decongest the city The MMRDA has also sent a proposal to the state governmentseeking to levy betterment charges for the housing and commercial projects coming up in MMR areas where its projects are improving infrastructure and amenities A charge of 10 per cent of the ready reckoner rate of the land is sought to be imposed Of the betterment charge leviedseven per cent will go to the MMRDAwhile three per cent will go to the local body?
a Brandeis University scholar of American Jewish history. which is considered a national model for reinvigorating religious life. a senior North corporation official said. “To understand the present scenario, Elsewhere,Celda 211 (Cell 211 /2010).
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