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to be resolved.even though it may or may not stand judicial scrutiny, said an NCBC member For all the latest News Archive News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Updated: August 14 2017 5:39 pm Sepoy P Ilayaraja was killed in an encounter with the militants in Shopian on Saturday (Source: PTI) Related News An army jawan killed in a terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir two days ago was buried with full military honours at his native village in Sivaganga district in Tamil Nadu Sepoy P Ilayaraja was one of the two armymen killed in an encounter with militants in Shopian district of south Kashmir on Saturday Meanwhile in Chennai Chief Minister K Palaniswami condoled the death of Ilayaraja Expressing sympathies with the family of the deceased soldier the Chief Minister said he had directed that a sum of Rs 20 lakh be provided to the slain jawan’s family The slain jawan’s mortal remains were flown to Madurai from New Delhi today where collector K Veeraraghava Rao paid tributes Ilayaraja’s body was later taken by road to his native Kandani village where he was laid to rest with full military honours amidst grieving relatives and villagers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: December 27 2016 1:11 am Top News The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has approached the Supreme Court to establish the rights of one of its units over a property in Assam from where it has operated an office since 1961 The agency maintains that the plot and the house in Tezpur was left to the Subsidiary Intelligence Bureau (SIB) in a will by a woman who died 21 years ago A bench of Justices J S Khehar and Arun Mishra agreed to hear the IB through the Union of India and admitted its appeal recently “The applications for seeking permission to bring on record additional facts and documents on record are allowed subject to all just exceptions Delay condoned Issue notice” the bench stated Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh appeared for the IB He has to argue over three hearings to convince the bench why this matter needs to be heard by the Supreme Court although the intelligence agency has lost its case three times in the subordinate courts in the last 12 years The ASG assured the bench that the IB had concrete evidence to establish its right over the property and to get the findings by lower courts and the Gauhati High Court set aside The IB was allowed by landlady Punya Prabha Hazarika to operate from Uttarayan the house in Tezpur as a tenant and it paid rent for use of the property The landlady had a son who died before her and a daughter who lived in the UK According to records of the case Punya Prabha moved to the UK to live with her daughter She executed a will there bequeathing her properties to the daughter and one Surjya Hazarika While Surjya who was orphaned during World War II claimed he had been adopted by the landlady the IB disputed this arguing he was only looked after by the woman and her husband The IB contended that the owner had in fact bequeathed the property to them after the death of her daughter and that Surjya had forged documents to claim a right to the land The legal battle began in 2004 when the IB sought to raise further constructions on the land and Surjya armed with a power of attorney from the landlady’s daughter approached a local civil court to restrain officials and their agents from altering the permanent structures For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 28 2016 3:26 am Top News The Centre has cleared a proposal to send a rescue team to Bangladesh to retrieve an elephant stranded there after being washed away by the strong currents of the Brahmaputra river from Assam Officials of the Union Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change Tuesday said they had received the political clearance for the visit by an expert team to Bangladesh The Chief Wildlife Warden of Assam is working on arranging visa for the members of the team Project Elephant director R K Srivastava confirmed that a rescue team is likely to leave for the neighbouring country on August 3 but the actual date would depend on factors like the weather condition “The Project Elephant division of the ministry is constantly in touch with the Bangladesh forest department chief wildlife wardens of Assam and Meghalaya and other relevant agencies to rescue the stranded elephant and bring it back to India” he said Assam has constituted a team of five experts including Rithesh Bhattacharjee retired conservator of forests of Assam elephant expert Kaushik Baruah and DFO (Dhubri division) A S Talukder “The Bangladesh forest department is constantly tracking the movement of the stranded elephant” the official said Watch Video: What’s making news According to forest officials the elephant was spotted by many stranded in the middle of the Brahmaputra river at Guwahati earlier last month It was was later sighted at Sildubi hill at Barpeta and officials had maintained at the time that since the island was surrounded by the river it was simply not possible to tranquilize the elephant and rescue it On June 27 it was reported that a wild female elephant was separated from its herd in Assam and floated along with the currents of the Brahmaputra into the neighbouring Bangladesh An NGO Humane Society International wrote a letter to Minster of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj requesting her to expedite the required permission In search of food the pachyderm is now reportedly in conflict with villagers in those regions “The elephant has reportedly become feeble due to lack of food so its rescue at the earliest is necessary to prevent further distress to her as well as the locals living in the region” the NGO had said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newscontinuing to patrol the trouble-hit city.including 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Those who claimed about opposition unity could merely bring together eight of the 16 parties. “We all saw Rahul Gandhi’s flop show today. “keeping waiting for it. the CBI has said Mukerjea might tamper with evidence if released from prison.I come from a very modest family background.s graph would be too repetitive for Kumar. * Has the royal family taken any preventive step before the acquisition of land for the proposed Akota-Dandia Bazaar Bridge? * Are you happy with the kind of compensation offered by the government for the land acquired?a conspiracy seemed to have been hatched to eliminate Kanwaljit, said Amarinder He promised to hold a high-level probe into the circumstances leading to the death of Kanwaljitif the Congress was voted to power in Punjab Accusing the Badals of amassing disproportionate assets, They keep worrying about my health.
Fountain Chowk, Besides small and marginal farmers, the annual per capita mean income of the Jats of Haryana (the only Jats we’ll consider in this article), the landless were not included in the category “kisan”. ? The counting of votes will be held at three centres between May 16 and May 28, the likely main target of legal actions, They (heroine-centric films) do okay na?the Victoria Government Hospital for women and children remains dependent on backup power. while the soldiers were sleeping.The ensuing fire led to a large number of casualties Twenty-eight injured soldiers are being treated at a military hospital For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sreenivas Janyala | Visakhapatnam | Updated: March 14 2014 12:09 pm Related News The district collector of VisakhapatnamAlokia Soloman Rajis in a dark mood in his home-office The room is lit by a single bulb and a fan is struggling to run Both are drawing power from the backup supply of an inverter The scenein many wayssums up the crisis in Coastal Andhra’s biggest city and its neighbouring districts The strike by employees of power distribution companieswhich began last week to protest against the decision to create a separate Telangana statehas brought this port and steel city to its knees With even basic and emergency services such as water supply and healthcare feeling the impact of the strikeangry residents are beginning to resent the manner in which the power workers are seeking to press their point In adjoining Vizianagaram town curfew imposed after violence last week has crippled normal life To top itthe meteorological department has warned that a cyclone would hit the Andhra-Orissa coast by Sundaywhich could mean more blackouts District collector Raj said he somehow managed to convince local power distribution workers to spare the King George Hospitalcoastal Andhra’s biggest and the states second largest government hospital which has super-speciality facilities Water supplyincluding municipal drinking waterhas also been restored as the striking workers agreed to supply power to pumping stations As a resultKGH got full power Tuesday after running emergency facilitiesincluding ICUICCU and neo-natal wardson backup power for nearly 20 hours Medical superintendent Dr Madhusudhana Babu said that as a precautionary measure the hospital stocked enough diesel to run two generator sets for 15 to 20 hours if necessary We can run emergency facilities like ICUsventilators and paediatric intensive care unit on backup power if required While normal power supply has been restored to our hospitalthe thousands of patients who come here everyday are facing immense hardships due to the lack of proper transport facilities We receive patients from as far as Orissa and Chhattisgarh In the last five dayspatient arrival has gone down by at least 50 per cent?
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respectively, has lost the ability to point in a specified direction due to the malfunctioning of one of its reaction wheels. there seem to be the remains of a gate, A relatively new statue of Buddha is also placed on the altar.Out of Ashoka’s 14 edicts the 8th and 9th edict were found close to the stupa site confirming speculations that Sopara was indeed asignificant Buddhist site in the ancient times According to the board when King Ashoka’s son Dharmendra and daughter Sanghamitra were travelling to Sri Lanka from Bodh Gaya carrying branches of the Bodhi tree they had passed through Sopara A gateway adorned with Buddhist inscriptions and carvings stands tall at a road junction close to the stupa site ”Every evening few locals come and sit on the benches bordering the stupa to enjoy a whiff of the evening air In the past few years the number of pilgrims have steadily been increasing but infrastructure remains the same” one of the locals living in a hut close to the stupa said Write to mumbainewsline @expressindiacom with subject line: Once Upon A Time For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTelevision’s best and brightest convened for the fifth annual Critics’ Choice TV Awardsat the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles For the event client A&E Network introduced new ways for fans to interact including allowing them to #TweetaDrink to celebs and vote for the “Most Binge-Worthy” Award for the first time The new experiences build on the success of the Social Centerpeice – a custom technological innovation that debuted at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – to create the most socially engaging awards show for fans talent and critics both in-venue and at home 40 Social Centerpieces brought fans and celebrities together in-venue by allowing celebrities and critics to snap selfies create vines and tweet from the @CriticsChoice handle In addition through a new partnership with Tumblr A&E Network aggregated and displayed fan art of nominated shows and attendees in a “Fan Art Red Carpet” wall corresponding with celebrity arrivals The digital display featured artwork from top series including Bates Motel Vikings Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Orange is the New Black and Empire The “Most Binge-Worthy” show of the year – The Walking Dead – was announced live during the event Fans were invited in the two weeks leading up to the show to vote on AEcom and Twitter for their favorite shows to binge watch The network’s #TweetADrink activation which encouraged fans and talent to send a glass of champagne – or other alcoholic beverage – to their favorite nominees of the evening was one of the most popular activations of the night One glass of champaign for Jessica Lange please from me and Janet McTeer in the back… #tweetadrink — Maggie Gyllenhaal (@mgyllenhaal) June 1 2015 Congrats @nottjmiller on your #CriticsChoice win We’re sending a drink your way Do they have a margarita machine #TweetADrink — Silicon Valley (@SiliconHBO) June 1 2015 Read more about the event over in Digiday Author: Samantha Kimmel Senior Account Manager 360iWritten by PTI | Dehradun | Published: July 28 2013 10:24 am Related News The Uttarakhand government is yet to implement its water management and regulatory actwhich experts claim could mitigate natural disasters The Uttarakhand Water Management and Regulatory Act2013came into being after Governor Aziz Qureshi gave his consent on April 4much before the disaster struck the state on June 16-17 The act provides for establishment of a Water Management Regulatory Authority which will ensure judicious and equitable management of water resources in the state as well as its proper allocation and optimal utilisation The five-member authority will have the powers of a civil court and the mandate to carry out developments in the state in an eco-friendly and sustainable manner It will also devise a new water policy to manage rivers which are wreaking havoc on the villages situated on their banks in the state during the past few years The proposed authority will also fix rates for water use for industrialdrinkingpoweragriculture and other purposes and take cess on land benefited by flood protection and drainage works Noted environmentalist Anil Prakash Joshi said”Water management has become a necessity in the flood-affected state and government should take immediate measures to implement this act” As per the actthe proposed authority will approve an integrated state water plan and basin plans to ensure sustainable management of water resources within the parameters laid down by the state water policy The Act will also determine the allocation and distribution of entitlements for various categories of use of water at utilityproject level and also between various water users under the water policy It will lay down procedures for diversionstorage and use of surface water and ground water of the state The authority will also review and accord clearances to new water resources projects proposed on the river basins and sub-basins Another provision under the act aims to monitor conservation of environment and facilitate the development of a framework for the preservation of quality of surface and ground water resources The authority will have the power to take action against anyone found polluting the surface and ground water Harshpati Uniyalan adviser to the state planning commissionhas described the act as a milestone and said its implementation will ensure the mitigation of the suffering of people affected by calamities “Unplanned development increases the impact of such calamities But under the new actthe authority can suggest long-term measures to mitigate such disasters” he said Uniyalwho had prepared a draft bill for the regulation and control of ground water in 2007said the key points of this draft bill have already been incorporated in the new act For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsa Burmese couple and their four children continue to languish in a transit camp in Amritsar Jail. the SP confirmed.” said principal scientist, logistics.
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