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, in relation to the State of Maharashtra. The caste Committee has not applied the affinity test and rejected the caste claim of the. Devendra Fadnavis, the president of the Bharatiya Janata Party's In , he was booked for "making illegal payments in connection with an election". a member of the legislative council and his aunt Shobhatai Fadnavis served as a Data check: Don't let Virat Kohli's numbers fool you, batting in Tests. Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis pays tribute to Bhagat Party spokesperson Shobha Oza pointed out to a decision by the.
The MoU has been concluded to cater for the futuristic requirements of the Navy with the sizeable increase in its fleet scheduled in the near future. This is the first time such an agreement has been signed between the Navy and CPT.
This portal not only helps in early identification of high-risk pregnant cases up to the grass-roots level but also ensures their timely referral to the civil hospitals for further management and delivery by specialists. This innovative web application has been designed to track every high-risk pregnant woman till 42 days after delivery. Nearly foreign kite fliers from 44 countries are taking part in this festival.
From India, around 96 kite fliers from 18 states and kite fliers from Gujarat participate in this kite festival. This would be the second such one in the country. Such Railway stations will have kiosks with Wi-Fi, offering services like digital banking, issuing government certificates, including birth and death certificates, Aadhaar generation and filing taxes and paying bills.
Target is to provide Wi-FI facility at stations by Marchand to cover all stations by March It will be a national facility for improving weather and climate forecasts and services under the umbrella of the Ministry of Earth Sciences.
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Delhi is the first city in the countryto have a common mobility card. The card, which will function like a debit card, will be operational in all DTC and cluster buses from April Golden Globe Awards Seth Meyers hosted the star-studded show. Best motion picture, drama: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
Best motion picture, musical or comedy: Best director, motion picture: Rival political parties should, on a large hoarding, mention the projects that were started during their tenure but inaugurated by the current dispensation and acknowledge that they were incapable of completing them, he added. Attacking the BSP, he claimed industrialists were so averse to BSP supremo Mayawati, that they used to flee at the slightest mention of her name.
Responding to the Opposition's allegation that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was making back-to-back trips to UP to mislead people, Mahana said the PM was visiting the state to showcase the achievements of the government as it had worked for the welfare of the people and hence had the confidence to reach out to them now.
Political leaders cutting across party lines and DMK cadre today made a beeline for the residence of M Karunanidhi, who is being treated for fever due to urinary tract infection.
Enquired about the health of Kalaignar Karunanidhi Ji and offered any assistance required. I pray for his quick recovery and good health. Security has been beefed up at Karunanidhi's Gopalapuram residence as DMK cadre kept pouring in there.
Kauvery Hospital, which is treating the nonagenarian leader, said in a bulletin last night, "There has been a slight decline in the health of DMK president M Karunanidhi due to age-related ailments. Visitors are not allowed to meet the ailing leader.
After visiting Karunanidhi's residence, Vaiko told reporters, "Such fever after a tracheostomy procedure is usual. Stalin told me that he is fine. I am confident that he will bounce back with the same magnetic voice. Stalin had on Wednesday said Karunanidhi was suffering from fever and doctors were providing medication, as he assured people that there was nothing to worry about the nonagenarian leader's health. Tribal man dies likely of hunger in Jharkhand: The wife of a year-old tribal man, who did not have a ration card, has claimed that her husband had died of hunger in Jharkhand's Ramgarh district.
Rajendra Birhor, belonging to the primitive Birhor tribe, died yesterday at Nawadih village in Mandu block, 20 km from Ramgarh. However, district officials denied it, saying his death was due to "illness". Birhor's wife, Shanti Devi 35said her husband was suffering from jaundice and her family did not have money to buy food and medicines prescribed by doctors.
The family also did not have a ration card for getting subsidised food grain under the public distribution scheme of the state government, Devi said. A father of six children, Birhor was the only earning member of his family. He was recently admitted to the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences here, but was discharged following treatment. The Mandu block development officer, Manoj Kumar Gupta, who visited Birhor's house yesterday, denied that the tribal man died of starvation.
He claimed that Birhor died of illness. The BDO, however, admitted that the family did not have a ration card. He gave Devi foodgrains and Rs 10, to the family. Girls had no food for days Then they raise slogans against the Indian Army. Our country faces grave danger from intellectuals and seculars than anyone else," Yatnal said at a Kargil Vijay Diwas event on Thursday. The lawmaker had earlier courted a controversy when he told a local party municipal members to not help Muslims.
Between andhe served as the MP from Bijapur. Under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, Yatnal served as minister of state for Textiles and Railways between and Fugitive diamantaire Mehul Choksi, allegedly involved in an over USD 2 billion scam in Punjab National Bank, claims he had taken Antigua citizenship last year to expand his business as the passport of the Caribbean nation provides visa-free travel to countries, local media in Antigua reported.
In a statement issued by his attorney David Dorsett on the diamantaire's behalf, Choksi said there was no truth in the allegations levelled by the Indian government, the Daily Observer, a newspaper in Antigua, reported.
Choksi who was allegedly the partner-in-crime of his nephew Nirav Modi in the banking fraud refused to say anything further on the issue, on the advice of his lawyers. During the course of my application I did all that was lawfully required of me to do. My application for citizenship was in due course approved," the statement published in the newspaper said.
Choksi had taken the citizenship of Antigua in Novemberand oath of allegiance on January 15 this year, according to a local newspaper Antigua Observer. That being the case I have decided to reside in Antigua and Barbuda," it read. After it emerged that Choksi had moved to the Caribbean country in July and also taken a local passport, the CBI wrote to Antiguan authorities seeking the whereabouts of the fugitive diamantaire. The CBI, in its communication sent to Antiguan authority, cited diffusion notice issued by the Interpol against the fugitive businessman and sought details of his movement and his present location.
Nirav Modi and Choksi are being investigated by the ED and the CBI after it was detected that they allegedly cheated the Punjab National Bank of more than Rs 13, crore with purported involvement of a few of the lender's employees.
People in the national capital woke up to heavy rains and had to face waterlogging and traffic snarls at various places of the city for the second consecutive day today. The meteorological department warned of moderate to heavy rains throughout the day.
The Delhi Police has been alerting the commuters about the routes that can be avoided. The Safdarjung observatory, the recording of which is considered the official figure for the city, registered The Lodhi Road observatory received Waterlogging was reported at Zakir Hussain college, near Ramlila Maidan, and civic centre in central Delhi. Waterlogging on the streets affected traffic in many areas of Delhi, while in Ghaziabad, many schools remained closed under the directions of the district magistrate on account of heavy rains and adverse weather conditions.
However, schools in Delhi and Noida remained opened today. Water-logging near Delhi's Ramlila Ground. Headed to Himachal Pradesh. Head's up on the weather: National Highway is blocked near Luhri in Kullu district due to mud flows and flooding following heavy rainfall in the region. In his first reaction over the general election results, Pakistan's jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has alleged that the polls had been "stolen" and warned that the "tainted and dubious' results would cast a "bad impact" on the country's politics.
Talking to visitors in Adiala Jail yesterday, the incarcerated leader of the PML-N, expressed his reservations over the elections results in Faisalabad, Lahore and Rawalpindi, the Dawn reported. He said his party candidates in these areas were in very stable position but they had been declared defeated candidates. Thursday was a meeting day for Sharif, his daughter Maryam and son-in-law retired Capt Muhammad Safdar, who were imprisoned after they were convicted by an accountability court over the family's ownership of four luxury flats in London.
A number of party leaders, who visited the jail, quoted Sharif as saying that the Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf had been "made victorious' in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa despite its previous government's bad performance in the province. Sharif said that Khan's position was much weaker this time than in when last general elections were held. He said the polls had been stolen and the "tainted and dubious' results would cast a "bad impact" on the country's politics, the daily reported.
The personal physician of Sharif also visited him in the jail. The jail authorities, following the orders of the superintendent, brought Sharif, Maryam and Safdar from their cells to the conference hall where they met the visitors. Sharif and Shahbaz also held a one-on-one meeting lasting more than half an hour, later to be joined by Maryam, the daily said.
During the meeting, post-elections scenario of the country was discussed, it said. The PML-N leaders said that no facilities were provided to Sharif in the jail as they met him in a room with no air conditioner while an air conditioner was running in the waiting room for the visitors, it said.
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The health of the former prime minister was not good, they said, adding that Sharif did not make any comment about his health but his condition was obvious from his physical appearance. Meanwhile, a team of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences PIMSwhich was to examine Sharif on Thursday, had to wait for over one hour and finally returned to the hospital as Sharif was meeting his family members.
The team has been mandated to submit a report on whether Sharif should be shifted to hospital or not. North Korea handed over the remains of the American troops, killed in the Korean War on Friday morning. Hailing the move as a significant step, the White House, in a statement said that it was "encouraged by North Korea's actions and the momentum for positive change.
As many as 35, US troops were killed on the Korean Peninsula during the war, out of which around 7, are still under the missing list, including 5, in North Korea alone, CNN reported. However, between -sets of remains from Pyongyang were repatriated, but later those operations were suspended when after the ties deteriorated over North Korea's nuclear weapons programme. In Madhya Pradesh, students of a government school in Dindori marched to the District Council and submitted a memorandum addressing the President of India, stating, "During monsoon, water drips from the roof in every room.
There are no washrooms. Its been like this for many years, please help us. The Sensex rallied over points, and Nifty breached the 11, mark for the first time in early trade today, as ITC lifted benchmark bourses to fresh life-time highs after posting strong Q1 results. Better-then-expected quarterly earnings by select index heavyweights, positive Asian cues and firm foreign capital inflows boosted investor sentiment here. Keeping up its record setting spree for the fifth straight session the share Sensex added Commuters on Mumbai's Central Railway were inconvenienced once again just before 8 am today, following a technical glitch on the slow line tracks towards Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.
The glitch affected many trains on the slow track with trains stationary for over 45 minutes approximately. With no announcements forthcoming as is the norm for the suburban rail network on both central and western railway, commuters had little choice but to jump on to the tracks and begin walking to the nearest train station.
Thankfully, it wasn't raining at the time. Trains stalled due to flooded tracks is also a given for Central Railway every single year. As suddenly as it stopped, the train service resumed after a while. Which is when Central Railway tweeted: Though the problem has been resolved but cascading effect of bunching has delayed trains on main suburban line for some time. Traffic being normalized shortly. Many trains got cancelled and no announcement anywer. Why everyday there is new issue?
We R being harassed in this manner every other day. Think about people travelling from far. Plz take out some permanent solution. In which laguage do u understand our problems? Only when some1 loses a life, u understand Seriousness,' tweeted advocate Priya.
Train is delayed by 30min Sick and tired,' Mujahid Shaikh tweeted, speaking for many commuters. Commuters walking the tracks between Kurla and Sion stations, both low-lying flood-prone areas. Thankfully, there were no rains today. For all Arvind Subramanian fans -- the former chief economic advisor to the government of India, who quit his job to relocate to the US like his friend and colleague, former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan -- will be in Harvard shortly.
Here's what arvindsubraman tweeted: Or paraphrasing Vikram Seth: Fadnavis invites leaders for talks: Injured protester dies in hospital: A protester, who was injured in the violence during the Maratha quota stir in adjoining Navi Mumbai, has succumbed to his injuries at the government-run JJ Hospital in Mumbai.
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He was shifted to J J Hospital yesterday and was kept in the intensive care unit, but succumbed to his injuries yesterday, Tayade said. Around 20 policemen, including eight officers, were injured in stone-pelting by protesters at Kopar Khairane and Kalamboli in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday during the bandh called by Maratha organisations to demand quota for the community in government jobs and education.
Over vehicles, including 20 belonging to police, were damaged in the violence. Nine persons were injured when police caned protesters and fired pellets and rubber bullets on the violent mob, police had said.
Police had fired 40 shotgun rounds, 22 rubber bullets, 42 teargas shells and 11 teargas grenades to disperse the violent mob in Navi Mumbai, an official had said.
Internet services were suspended in Navi Mumbai as a precautionary measure yesterday. Marathas, a politically influential community that constitutes around 30 per cent of the state's population, have been demanding 16 per cent reservation.
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The community had earlier taken out silent marches across the state to highlight their demands, prominent among them being that of reservation. The agitation, however, turned violent after a year-old protester jumped to his death in Godavari river near Aurangabad on July Li Keqiang became the first Chinese premier to visit Tibet when he went on an inspection tour in the Tibet Autonomous Region on July Former President Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said despite the country having high GDP growth and being among the top economic powers, it is "way behind" in the overall happiness ranking.
India occupies the rd place according to a world survey in overall happiness ranking inMukherjee said. He said this was so in spite of the impressive GDP numbers, high average life expectancy, which went up from Quest for happiness is closely tied with the quest for sustainable development - a culmination for human well being, social inclusion and environmental sustainability," Mukherjee said at an Indian Chamber of Commerce event in Kolkata.
He said there should be focus on social welfare and mental well-being of people, along with thrust on economic development. The former president also said economic activity should not be limited to profit making alone, but "one has to consider about the planet and people for laying a strong foundation of industrial development and growth". United States President Donald Trump said the American media was "dying to see" him make mistake, as he continued his public criticism of the press a day after the White House barred a reporter from attending one of his events.
All those cameras, every stop I get all these cameras. This never happened to former president Barack Obama.
This never happened to George W. This didn't happen," Trump told his supporters in Iowa, referring to the camera journalists present at the event. They're dying to see us make a little bit of a mistake," he said. His criticism came a day after the White House barred a CNN reporter from attending a presidential event, arguing that it expects "everyone to be respectful of the presidency. The White House Correspondents Association condemned the "misguided and inappropriate decision" to bar the reporter from attending a Rose Garden event after she shouted a question at Trump during an Oval Office media availability.
Trump said the news media analyses his every word. Could it have been?
The news media, he said, follows him "like never before". Trump urged his supporters to spread the word about the good work he is doing. And the word that I get out is what's happened to steel in this country over the last six months," he said, making a case for his steel and aluminum tariffs, that they are helping US workers. He said he always believe that privacy is a constitutional concept and one area where there has been a surge in constitutional rights was human rights and their implementation.
Even as a lawyer, you have to have some kind of appointment with me. My time is my time, my life is my life. Justice Misra also spoke on gender equality and mentioned a case from Madhya Pradesh on a proposal for 50 per cent reservation for women in panchayat elections.
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He said that the argument that women cannot administer and will depend on their husbands was 'preposterous'. He said that constitutional rights are dynamic and for sake of democracy should not stop growing as it will contribute to strengthening the democratic set up.
Justice Misra said rights are 'not ephemeral or transient', but 'eternal, sublime and constitute the soul and spirit of humanity'. It is our strong allegiance and fidelity to this ethos that will lead us on the path of constitutional renaissance and constant awakening thereby ensuing protection of constitutional rights for all," the CJI said.
He said that constitutional rights have to be construed and developed in a manner that their real intent and existence percolates to the lowest rungs of the society and in this exercise an important role is played by the state which has to ensure effective implementation of the rights. Mere rhetoric and passivity by the state without reflection of serious commitment will only result in reducing the solemn duty of the State to that of a feigned act of affectation," Justice Misra said.