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Thane police arrested Kaskar from his residence on September 18. Soon after the complaint two more complainants came forward to give a complaint against Kaskar and two FIRs were registered [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Lucknow | Published: December 10 2016 4:24 pm Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at Vikas Rath Yatra in Lucknow on Thursday (Express Photo by Vishal Srivastava) Top News Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav in Friday asserted that he will script history by retaining power on his development plank and took a jibe at BJP over note ban saying those who put the people to hardships could be running away from polls “Everyone is waiting for the poll dates and if there is anyone who is waiting the most for elections it is me… I am ready for elections ever since I flagged off the Lucknow metro (trial run)” he said while addressing the police officials at IPS week Watch What Else Is Making News “Though people say that governments are never repeated in Uttar Pradesh ever since I have started working I have been making history in all spheres and I’m confident that it will be made this time and I will be sitting along with you all once again formulating future strategies” Yadav said In an apparent reference to the Centre’s demonetisation move and the problems faced by people after it the chief minister said “those who have put the people to hardships could be running away from elections” and that he had been forced to act against police officials who had to bear the brunt for the wrongs of others Yadav had suspended the concerned SP and SHO after a video clip showing a policeman baton charging people standing in queue outside a bank in Fatehpur district went viral on social media Talking about the incident he said “I had told the DGP to prepare the force so that they do not have to resort to lathi charge on people standing in the queues as the anger aimed at others could be redirected towards us” Speculations are rife that election dates will be announced soon with the Election Commission asking the governments in five poll bound states to consult it before announcing examination dates in their respective states The EC asked the UP government to reschedule next year’s state board examination dates in consultation with it so as to ensure that it does not clash with the Assembly polls which are due early next year Stressing that he wants the upcoming elections to be free and fair as he is himself “fair” Yadav said he will however see how fair others are “It has to be seen whether the DGP stays or is removed as it is often seen that the first attack is on the senior most police official (appointed by the government in office). Besides, ? Metro travellers in the Delhi-NCR region are paying more fare for their daily rides. The fare hike, which is between 20 and 50 per cent is being vehemently opposed by the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government in Delhi While metro rail services remain incomparable in terms of convenience and speed it is itsaffordability that makes it all the more popular With Delhi as the template the services have been launched in several cities across the country A look at the fares of the Metro commute in these cities: Mumbai Metro One Private Limited started its operations on June 8 2014 with a fare structure of Rs 10-20-30-40 for the 114-km corridor While the fares remain unchanged till date the discount structure on return journey store pass and trip pass have been raised In 2015 Metro fares along the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor was given a green signal by the Fare Fixation Committee allowing MMOPL to charge between Rs 10 and Rs 110 but objections from MMRDA led to litigation with the High Court disallowing the hike in the fares The metro fares in Bengaluru ranges from Rs 10 to Rs 45 on the 18-km East-West Corridor and Rs 10 to Rs 60 on the 24-km North-South Corridor Commuters can avail up to 15 per cent discounts on multiple journey tickets 19 per cent to 23 per cent on trip tickets and 10 per cent for group tickets (25 or more commuters) Commuters witnessed a fare hike of 10-15 per cent in June Any change in the fare is decided by theBangalore Metro Railway Administration Metro operations in Lucknow started on September 5 2017 The fares are calculated on the number of stations travelled They are: 1 station Rs 10; 2 stations Rs 15; 3-6 stations Rs 20; 7-9 stations Rs 30; 10-13 stations Rs 40; 14-17 stations Rs 50; more than 18 stations Rs 60 The fares were decided by the LMRC Board of Directors after studying Metro fare patterns in other cities and other modes of transport in Lucknow The fares in Jaipur metro depends on the time of your journey The structure is divided into two zones Off-peak hour which is applicable till 459 pm and standard fares apply from 5 pm onwards The structure of the fares are (Off-peak/peak rate fares): 0-2 stations Rs 6/11; 3-5 stations Rs 11/17; 6-8 stations Rs 17/23 The fare and the changes are approved by JMRC Board of Directors In Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) the fare for a distance of 10 km or less is Rs 10 for 21 km or less it is Rs 40 and Rs 60 for anything beyond The fare is fixed by CMRL in consultation with the state government The fair in Kochi Metro Rail Limited ranges between Rs 10 and Rs 50 There are intermediate slabs of Rs 20 Rs 30 and Rs 40 On the use of Kochione Metro Card commuters can benefit up to 20 per cent rebate The fares are fixed by Board of Directors of Kochi Metro Rail Limited Kolkata Metro is India’s oldest Metro and is under the Ministry of Railways Any change in the fares is decided by the Railway Board Fares in Kolkata metro range from Rs 5 to Rs 25 and it is calculated as per the distance covered The rates are 0-5 km Rs 5; 5-10 km Rs 10; 10-15 km Rs 15; 15-20 km Rs 15; 20-25 km Rs 20; 25-30 km Rs 25 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Amrita Nandy | Published: December 7 2016 12:45 am Now if you think polluting funerals are neither a big problem nor your problem sadly these impressions are a part of the problem (Representational photo) Top News A cremation ground is not my idea of a place to write Until this piece started to write itself there This happened the last time I attended a funeral in Delhi The sights and sounds were the usual The chants of “Ram” as a reminder of the eternal truth of death The living and the dead waiting together only to part company soon The air laden with grief Except this time round all this appeared with parallel meanings My attention was drawn to palls of thick dark smoke heavy logs burning at each pyre and the stockpile of wood that would soon be consumed I saw the ash rise gently from the dead fall on the living and float all around I watched smoke disappear into Delhi’s grey skies a city already desperately gasping for clean air while wearing its smoggy winter look Most of all I recognised how human beings are both visionary and blind — we destroy trees that give us life for beings who have no life; we burn the living to cremate the dead; we pollute our environment to purify souls A traditional Hindu funeral pyre burns anything between 500 to 600 kilograms of wood and takes over six hours This implies that an estimated 50 to 60 million trees are cut and burnt annually in India for cremations — that is millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide or greenhouse gas emissions As per the journal Nature more than three million people across the world die prematurely because of outdoor pollution; China and India lead this pack Now if you think polluting funerals are neither a big problem nor your problem sadly these impressions are a part of the problem Traditional cremations are one cause of air pollution we can do something about Well almost — the trouble is conversations about the environment or funerals don’t appeal to most people First we assume innocence by believing we do not contribute to our cities’ foul air But recently on Diwali we burst crackers regardless of public appeals and warnings by the authorities In the midst of the odd-even traffic arrangements in Delhi my neighbour whined about its inconvenience and burnt her termite-eaten mattress instead of simply discarding it Like other issues we believe pollution to be the government’s burden Hence for most Hindus the traditional wood-fired funeral is the only choice Despite the recent visible haze in Delhi pollution and its hazards simply don’t seem to worry us Is it not strange that burning dry leaves attracts a fine of 5000 rupees in Delhi — but cutting and burning thousands of trees for cremations is not even a talking point Second talking about death or questioning traditional cremations is often seen as inappropriate even difficult These are “sensitive” issues we are told and being squeamish about these is acceptable All this makes building a case against the traditional (wood-fired) pyre tough Electric or CNG-run crematoriums are definitely less polluting Delhi-based environmental group Mokshda Paryavaran Evam Van Suraksha Samiti offers eco-friendly “green cremations” that use only 100 kilograms of wood and take two hours However the usage of these alternatives is low because they aren’t seen as ceremonial enough We exist in a time when “sentiment” can nullify sane argument So unable to do much the authorities in Delhi surrendered to sentiment; they now hope to install smoke tappers in crematoriums But when appeals to rationality don’t work what would make us think and act better What will help stretch our imagination and make us kinder to nature and ourselves Ironically Hindu philosophy claims to revere all forms of life including trees Hindu mantras deify rivers mountains trees animals and of course the earth Rituals and prayers around these had a special place for our ancestors and trees remain a precious part of our heritage In fact a spiritual understanding blurs the human and non-human divide seeing humans as embedded in the cosmos — why do we then not practice this big-picture view of the universe and nature with its innate environmentalism Maybe because unlike our philosophies we see ourselves as distinct and superior from nature After all we are self-indulgent animals whose hallmark is narcissism Most of us live and leave with big carbon footprints and a trajectory of emissions At least when we finally check out why not clean up after yourself It will be good karma and good dharma Think afresh Choose creation over tradition The author is a social scientist and writer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMeerut | Published: February 2 2014 12:37 am Related News A minor girl was allegedly gangraped by almost a dozen people after they abducted and sedated her in Mawana town on Thursday The victim had been staying at her uncle’s place while preparing for her class X exams The accused three of whom have been arrested live in the same locality The victim was returning from the market Thursday when she was pulled into a car and taken to a deserted house where she was allegedly injected with sedatives and gangraped After three hours she was taken by the accused to a forest in Itchauli and dumped there? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: November 2,” she said.1 of my favorite hiphop groups…hiphop raised a lot of us & now we have to wake up because are hero’s are dying too young (sic). 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foundation stone for an ICP at Dawki in Meghalaya (Indo-Bangladesh border) was laid in January 2017. download Indian Express App More Related NewsShivaji Park, The party is now projected to lose a considerable number of Lok Sabha seats and a number of leaders are busy formulating their post-poll strategy. while the helper on the truck was the fifth victim. “It was a good step. including major value land transaction, Neither Wasnik nor Khushboo, However,s testimony.

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Traders are protesting but without thinking much, then are you entitled to take salary and pension both simultaneously? Taking exception to his earlier letter to Kumar being replied by Building Construction Department and denying that the resolution in this regard was not passed by the state legislature nor a decision taken by the cabinet, take action against them: Shiv Sena “Lata ji and Sachin Tendulkar are not political leaders. The RJD chief’s gesture of thanking Paswan for “endorsing” his views hogged limelights in the newspapers and triggered political discussion if bonhomie was returning between the two prominent rival leaders of Bihar. Prasad had challenged the I-T department bid to auction his 18 flats at Danapur in March 2014. an OB van of Republic TV,Sc. BEd courses in all states 13 A National Level Test for students who have completed class XII for admission to various courses without appearing in a number of entrance tests 14 Enact a new National Higher Education Promotion and Management Act to cover all regulatory needs of higher education 15 No university should have more than 100 affiliated colleges 16 Less political interference in appointment of vice chancellors 17 Start a new national examination at class X and class XII for following categories of students: School dropouts; Students who opted for vocational stream but would like to move back to main academic stream; Those who wish to study abroad and need certification of acceptable quality achievement by foreign institutions; To establish minimum eligibility for 10 lakh new fellowships 18 The Academic Promotion Index (API) must be replaced by more scientific procedures of assessing the quality of contributions which should not be confined only to the number of publications and on attendance in seminars but with reference to their quality and impact For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Ahmedabad | Published: February 5 2017 12:37 am Gujarat High Court has asked a family court to decide expeditiously the application of a Muslim woman who demanded for a formal divorce deed stating that her husband had given her ‘triple talaaq’ (File Photo) Top News Gujarat High Court has asked a family court to decide expeditiously the application of a Muslim woman who wanted a formal divorce deed saying that her husband had given her ‘triple talaaq’ While the couple opted for triple talaaq consensually the lower court denied a deed of divorce to the applicant Rashidaben Rassiwala under the Civil Procedure Code saying this kind of talaaq was not legally valid Watch what else is making news: Justice Sonia Gokani quashed family court’s order and directed it to decide the application afresh in eight weeks Rashidaben married Abbas Latiwala in 2002 From 2010 they began to live separately with Abbas marrying another woman In 2015 Rashidaben filed a suit for a deed of divorce to formalise the ‘triple talaq’ given by her husband Abbas endorsed her claim that they were divorced by mutual consent using the triple talaaq procedure under the Sharia law The family court however rejected the application saying the ‘triple talaaq’ had no legal validity and she had not furnished a clear proof of divorce Rashidaben then moved the High Court which in its order on January 25 set aside the family court’s order “The petitioner lady is educated and is working as a teacher The husband has already remarried after they separated There is no dispute with regard to the fact that word ‘talaq’ has been thrice uttered” the HC said also noting that it had spoken to the couple to ascertain their wishes “They both needed this decree for the purpose of preparation of official documents In absence of any provision like section 13-B of Hindu Marriage Act when decree by mutual consent is permissible…they adopted this (course of action)” the HC observed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kshitij Rawat | New Delhi | Published: September 23 2017 3:33 pm 1922 will premiere on October 12 Related News Stephen King is called one of the best modern horror writers for a reason Both commercially and critically his books have been successful He has also created some of the scariest monsters that could hide in your closet His It in the novel of the same name and alternatively called Pennywise the Dancing Clown was recently seen in Andrés Muschietti’s film adaptation and the film received rave reviews It is also doing exceptionally well at the box office The last count puts the worldwide collection at over $400 million We have not yet recovered from Pennywise and here comes another creepy Stephen King adaptation A Netflix original 1922 is based on the novella of the same name that was published in a collection called Full Dark No Stars in 2010 The year as the title suggests is 1922 Wilfred James is a farmer who loves what he does and also the life of hard toil that comes with it His wife though has a different opinion She wants to move to the city Wilfred disagrees and she asks for a divorce Sandwiched between them is their young son James in a foreboding but musing tone says “There is a man inside every man A conniving man” The father and son duo kill her and hide their body But then she comes back as a ghost (obviously) And with her come rats Lots of them If you don’t like rats or rodents selectively it is probably not a good idea to watch this film as even the trailer of this movie has large numbers of giant rodents bent on making the life of Wilfred James and his son difficult The film will premiere on Netflix on October 20 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India Written by Liz Mathew | New Delhi | Updated: May 25 2015 5:20 am Swadeshi Jagran Manch(SJM) an RSS affiliate writes a letter to PM Narendra Modi Related News RSS-affiliate Swadeshi Jagaran Manch (SJM) has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly opposing his government’s decision to retain UPA’s FDI policy in multi-brand retail and saying it is against “the trust” reposed by the people in BJP In his letter to the PM on May 22 SJM national convenor Ashwani Mahajan accused the BJP government of doing a “U-turn” and sought a clarification on its position on FDI in multi-brand retail The SJM’s objection to the government’s stand comes at a time when the BJPis celebrating its one year in power Share This Article Related Article RSS-affiliated bodies have maintained that they will give time to the NDA government to settle down and concentrate on development works However the SJM in the recent past has criticised the government’s land acquisition bill the go-ahead given to GM crop trials and its silence over e-commerce firms “misusing” FDI rules Mahajan said his organisation was pained by the BJP government’s decision to retain the UPA policy of allowing foreign retailers to open multi-brand stores with 51 per cent ownership “The SJM puts on record its pain and disapproval and demands that the government immediately clarify its position take corrective measures and drop FDI in multi-brand retail from the list of sectors permitted for FDI” the letter stated “This is not the policy of BJP it was UPA’s policy BJP has always maintained that it’s a wrong policy BJP leaders had argued that this would make Indians sales boys and girls; it will shift ownership to the US and manufacturing to China So the government should immediately correct it” he said In his letter Mahajan said SJM was disappointed with BJP’s reluctance to do away with the policy “People expected that your government will roll back the anti-people decision of the previous regime But it is shockingly painful to note that in an elusive chase of a mirage of satisfying foreign investors BJP has decided to take blame of U-turn and ensure continuity of the policy of FDI in retail” He said: “It is against the trust reposed by way of the people’s unprecedented mandate given to BJP-led NDA” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News encouraging yoga in schools, about offering itself to people as a dependable alternative to the BJP under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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