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The device can be bought for Rs. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 18, Endlaw posted the two public interest litigations (PILs) for revocation of the ban on the documentary’s telecast for April 15. “Their stand today is welcome and a positive development and I hope they don t go back to the conventional policy of validating an operational handling of the issue when seeking a political resolution might become less expedient for them, saying none of its units can dissociate from the outfit and new office bearers for the state will be announced soon. Warmest birthday greetings to our guide & inspiration, For all the latest India News, the last day of his India visit. at the Siri Fort auditorium on January 27,2009.

On paper we have profits if regulatory assets are released to us. but now there are frequent fights. Former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje will be in fray from her seat Jhalrapatan while Kataria will contest from Udaipur. It said that, down from 0.Written by Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: June 26notebooks,said it will further alienate the people of the state, you can imagine the magnitude of the problem.7 million tonnes of paddy straw is burnt in the state.Punjab lines up farmers to present before NGT in ‘showcase’ village The chairman also advised commissioners to hold meetings with heads of schoolsto sensitise students to air pollution Further he asked NGOs and NCC/NSS bodies to mobilise volunteers to spread the message of celebrating a “green Diwali” this year Last Diwali the Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM) crossed permissible limits of 100 microgram / cubic meter (mg/cm) in residential/commercial areas over 300 times For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPune | Published: September 24 2017 7:58 am Preparations in full swing for Durga Puja in Ajmera Colony Pimpri (Express Photo) Related News Durga Pujo is just around the corner and much like their brethren in West Bengal the Probashi Bengalis (Bengalis who live outside the state) in Pune are gearing up to welcome the goddess This year quite a few puja pandals in Pune have also embraced the spirit of philanthropy by organising health camps and inviting children with special needs to be part of the festivities among other initiatives The Bangiya Sanskriti Samsad in Bhosale Nagar which will be celebrating the 78th year of its Durgostsav has been taking part in social activites for the past three years Madhumita Ghosh vice-president of the Samsad said this year they are going to donate foodgrain and clothes to ‘Aapla Ghar’ an orphange in Warje on September 24 “On September 30 the day of Vijaya Dashami nine visually challenged children will be performing in an orchestra” she said Pradip Haldar president of the Bangiya Samsad in Viman Nagar said since its inception in 2004 the Samsad has been donating stationery to the Anand Vidya Niketan School of the Gaurava Educational Trust “We are in our 14th year and this year we will continue the tradition” he said The Nabo Banga Samaj Chandan Nagar which is marking the 11th year of its Durgotsav has decided to invite children from the HOPE Foundation for lunch on the day of Ashtami September 28 and also donate study material said Sagarika Banerjee cultural advisor of the Samaj The HOPE Foundation runs a school and day care centre for the children of local labourers “We will also distribute grains and clothes to the Bhatkya Vimukta Jati Shikshan Sanstha and Ashram in Wagholi” she said Purbo Poona Sarbajanin Durgotsav in Bhosale Garden Hadapsar is organising medical camps on the main three days of pujo — September 27 28 and 29 Subir Biswas president of the organising committee said they will be organising a luncheon for 100 children and giving away gifts on ‘Ashtami’ The Banga Bharati Durga Puja in Masulkar Colony Pimpri which will be celebrating its 32nd Durgostsav is going to organise a lunch for visually challenged children on Ashtami The puja committeee is also going to help the differently-abled set up a stall as well as organise a donation drive of clothes said Tirtha Prasad Mukherjee chairman of the committee Durga Pujo which starts on September 26 and will goes on till September 30 will see throngs of people celebrate the arrival of ‘Ma’ From the traditional beats of ‘dhaaks’ to gorging on ‘Chingri Maacher Malai Curry’ ‘Kosha Mangsho’ and ‘Roshogolla’ to the traditional ‘Dhunuchi Naach’ on Vijaya Dashami Durga Puja offers something for everyone the devotee the foodie and the curious visitor For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: April 20 2015 8:42 pm Party president Uddhav Thackeray told members of parliament representing Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to fight for the rights of farmers Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to push the controversial land acquisition bill has failed to make any headway with its own alliance partner in centre and state Shiv Sena The party has categorically conveyed to the BJP that it cannot accept the land bill in present form and if it wants support their demand for seeking 70 per cent consent from the farmers should be incorporated in the act Party president Uddhav Thackeray told members of parliament representing Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to fight for the rights of farmers Share This Article Related Article According to member of parliament Arvind Sawant “In principle we are not against the development But we have made it clear that it cannot be at the cost of the farmers” Sena has already taken to streets opposing the land act If the BJP wants our support it will have to make drastic changes in the bill The most critical aspect which has upset us relates to skipping the 70 per cent consent from the farmers in the bill The central leadership of the BJP has been consistently trying to impress upon the Sena to give its support to the act which is not going to be anti-farmer However in response Sena has said “ If any land is acquired 70 per cent consent should be mandatory” Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is likely to hold discussions with Shiv Sena leaders taking up the centre’s cause in the coming days Union minister for surface transport and shipping Nitin Gadkari had last month visited Matoshree to explain the land acquisition bill According to Sena political managers close to Thackeray “At the outset Thackeray has an open mind His only concern is that no land should be taken without farmers’ consent And that land acquired should be adequately compensated” Shiv Sena and BJP which have entered into alliance for the local bodies civic polls in Aurangabad and Navi Mumbai are willing to discuss matters related to policies in centre and state Insiders in the BJP maintained “Apart from land act nuclear power plant at Jaitapur is another issue where the alliance is at loggerheads” However Fadnavis is confident that some apprehensions raised by Sena related to Jaitapur would be considered and resolved after discussions Fadnavis said “The UPA government had already sanctioned the nuclear power plant at Jaitapur Since the project is already underway and involves treaty with a foreign country and company it cannot be abruptly scrapped It would have serious ramifications” “There is no question of backtracking on Jaitapur project It is here to stay” he added However matters related to rehabilitation of project affected people and other issues which are worrying local leaders of any political organisation can be discussed and addressed by the state government For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: December 10 2017 5:15 am “They have a problem with a film called S Durga But the same people don’t have any problems with Durga wine and bars They don’t have any problems when a street named Durga is dirty” said Raj Related News Actor Prakash Raj has said that artistes or creative people would be responsible for making a society coward if they become cowards themselves He was speaking at the inaugural function of the 22nd edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala here on Saturday night Raj said “When I come to Kerala I don’t come with a script to talk because there is no censor here This is one state where I can breath without fear Today in India there is an agenda at work We are passing through difficult times It is not just creative voice any form of dissent is trying to be silenced” “I have started talking because I want to tell them that when you silence a voice a louder voice would be born If we the creative people or artistes become cowards we should realise that we would be responsible to make a society coward It is important for being the voice of those who cannot raise their voices” he said Amid applause from the audience Raj said “I raise my voice not because I belong to any political party I raise my voice as an artiste Because I feel responsible to speak Because we the film fraternity or artistes of society are not what they are because of the talent they have but they are what they are because of love from society This is very important for such artistes who owe their life their name their fame and their comfort to society to pay back” “They are threatening me and I laugh at them When they try to silence me I start singing What all would they take away from me I don’t need the support of any political party to stand among people Whatever you do to me they would see and they would know” he said Referring to the Information and Broadcasting Ministry’s decision not to screen S Durga at the 48th edition of IFFI in Goa Raj said “They have a problem with a film called S Durga But the same people don’t have any problems with Durga wine and bars They don’t have any problems when a street named Durga is dirty” Observing that it is time for everyone to put their foot down and oppose those equating Hindutva and nationalism Raj said Hindutva is a way of life But when these people force a narrative that Hindutva and nationalism are the same they are trying to put something else in the guise of Hindutva He said a film being stopped is the most dangerous thing “When creativity is being stopped or free expression is being stopped the most dangerous disease has taken over society There have been continuous efforts and incidents to stop screening of a film stop an art work or freedom of expression in the past but now we have started questioning it’’ “You are trying to silence voices and instil fear so that the next generation would be even afraid to think We shouldn’t let that happen” he said He said today when someone is lynched in Rajasthan or someone is threatened that their nose would be cut down and a prize money announced and if the culprits can go scot-free we “need to ask what the kind of narrative being pushed is” He said when Chief Ministers elected with big mandate say they are helpless “we should ask them to step down” Raj said since those who do all these believe in janma they seem to be the reincarnation of Hitler For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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