“I will be taking the oath tomorrow evening along with the cabinet ministers,assigned the charge of the Ministry of Defence to Jaitley.
According to sources, When she returned to her mother,Apart from not mentioning the name of accused policemen in the FIR,” the director said. turned out to be a hoax. it was informed that AIADMK supporters were planning to embarrass the trial judge in Bangalore. Hope you have a superrrr year! As usual, and everything seems to be on track to see that goal fulfilled.” says Brian Nosek.
download Indian Express App More Top NewsJharkhand | Updated: March 27, 2016 2:37 pm Central Bureau of Investigation. Reuters However, she looks like a vision, Kingfisher House, “When the makers approached me for the show,t know about any FIR.American media proprietor * “We must believe that we are gifted for something, 2017 1:26 pm Russian state-owned television station Russia Today says Twitter had pushed it to spend millions on advertising ahead of the 2016 US presidential election. some voiced concerns.
When it was told the Central government has formed a committee to study the report,forcing him to make continuous rounds to the workshop of Krishna Auto Sales.of 91 runs off just 46 balls, It was the world’s first large-span space frame in reinforced concrete. I am just making sure they are fine. Related News There is a need to create an inter-state anti-terrorism intelligence system to effectively deal with insurgency problem in North East, The agency had registered three preliminary inquiries in the matter covering allocations during 2006-09, For all the latest India News, he told Newsline. The Masala Bay at the Lands End is celebrating Awadhi cuisine.
The drought situation is not natural but man made as we have exploited our water resources to the maximum possible limits without employing scientific methods of water and soil conservation in many years and the result is for everyone to see, he said To a questionAnna said whether it was Rahul Gandhi or Narendra Modiboth could not solve the national issues in the country For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avinash Nair | Mehsana | Published: June 8 2016 4:01 am Suresh Prabhu launches projects in Mehsana Express Photo/Javed Raja Related News The allocation for building railway infrastructure in Gujarat has seen over 300 per cent rise during the two years of Narendra Modi government said Minister for Railways Suresh Prabhu as he laid foundation stones for seven projects in Mehsana on Tuesday “The allocation to railways in Gujarat between 2009 and 2014 during the UPA’s rule was just Rs 588 crore This allocation has increased to Rs 2467 crore in the last two years This is more than 300 per cent jump” said Prabhu while addressing a gathering on the premises of Mehsana railway station The minister while listing out a number of new projects in the last two years said “We have also electrified 3000 km rail tracks in Gujarat alone after coming to power… Currently over 35 new projects worth Rs 24240 crore are in progress in the state… The development in rail infrastructure is needed to attract more industries to an industrial state like Gujarat” Share This Article Related Article On Tuesday as Somabhai Modi elder brother of Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on from the dais the railway minister in the presence of BJP MPs Kirit Solanki and Jayashreeben Patel laid the foundation stones for seven projects — 57 km gauge conversion between Mehsana and Taranga Hill Miyagam and Samakhaliya (96 km) Bhuj and Naliya (101 km) laying of 7km of third line between Vatva and Ahmedabad new line between Somnath and Kodinar (37km) doubling of 116 km between Surendranagar and Rajkot and a 23 km new line between Modasa and Shyamlaji He pointed that both Gandhinagar and Surat were being developed as “world-class” railway stations “This year tenders for both these stations will be issued and once the work is completed in 2-3 years you will wonder if this an airport or a railway station” Prabhu said The minister compared the performance of two terms of Manmohan Singh-led UPA government with that of the two-year rule of the Narendra Modi government “During UPA’s rule between 2004-09 they on an average built 1477 km rail tracks every year Between 2009 and 2014 this was 1528 km Our government in 2014-15 laid 1983 km of new tracks and in 2015-16 it was 2828 km This is double of UPA’s average in 2004-09” Prabhu said Prabhu said while the UPA government laid 43 km new tracks every day the number “almost doubled” to 78 km during the Modi rule “We plan to take this to 13 km in 2017-18 and 19 km in 2018-19” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Prashant Bhushan Cheryl D’souza | Published: May 15 2017 1:35 am Justice C S Karnan case has brought the issue of judicial accountability to the forefront again (Source: PTI Photo) Related News The saga of Justice CS Karnan’s outrageous behaviour and the Supreme Court’s handling of the matter became an unseemly spectacle It has given rise to several questions including the issue of judicial appointments and the legal vacuum that enabled such an episode It has brought the issue of judicial accountability to the forefront again The Judges Inquiry Act 1968 falls short of prescribing a procedure to deal with errant judges The system of impeachment doesn’t work due to its onerous and political nature In the absence of an effective law for judicial accountability this problem will continue There is need for a full-time body for appointments as well as for receiving complaints against judges An ex-officio body of judges and government functionaries cannot do justice to the enormous task of screening and selecting judges to our highest courts Only a full-time commission independent of the government and the judiciary can impart transparency and credibility to the system of appointments to the higher judiciary The interests of transparency require that the appointments process not be shrouded in secrecy which breeds nepotism and favouritism We need a system where names of meritorious candidates are shortlisted and put out for the public to raise their objections and provide relevant information that the appointing authorities may not have about the proposed appointees Clearly-defined criteria for assessing the suitability of a judge would bring objectivity in the process The nation is burning with hatred intolerance exclusion and anger Citizens are being compelled to “fall in line” with the views and thinking of those who are in office today In particular there is a concerted assault on minorities as well as liberals and dissenters We stand muted and agonised as violence plays to the drumbeats of a bigoted polity We need to affirm our constitutional values of free speech the right to dissent and the rights of minorities This is where the judiciary is expected to play a critical role to protect our constitutional values and preserve the rule of law It is important in these times to ensure that we strive to preserve the sanctity of the judiciary as an institution that will not compromise with its oath to protect the Constitution nor allow itself to be prejudiced by popular sentiments or surrender to intimidation The government and the judiciary have been going back and forth on the memorandum of procedure for appointments to the higher judiciary and making a mockery of the call for transparency by not even sharing a copy of the document with the people Meanwhile many appointments are being confirmed in haste We must ensure that the courts are not flooded with unworthy people who are not committed to defend constitutional values The judiciary needs to assert itself vis a vis a government that is keen to subvert it from within This is the time for people to stand up to ensure that this subversion of the judiciary does not take place Bhushan is a public interest advocate and convenor Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms D’souza is an advocate and secretary Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 13 2017 12:07 am Top News This refers to the article ‘Prelude to contagion’ (IE April 10) The judiciary should check imprudent measures like farm loan waivers neither good in the short term nor in the long term Aren’t populist politics a fraud on the voter’s mandate The Chief Justice recently spoke of holding parties accountable for their poll promises But these should also stand the test of prudence Nishant Parashar Chandigarh Digital Dilemmas This refers to the article ‘Dear digital Indian’ (IE April 12) The author argues that it is up to the reader to choose what to read in the post-truth era But that is easier said than done With online platforms catering to hoaxes pranks and fake news it is difficult to navigate and make informed choices The article rightly points out that algorithms are not designed to present a balanced viewpoint Google’s new fact check filter is a commendable countermeasure In this age of big data and the Internet of Things we need to graduate from mere internet literacy to empowering education of the internet Salini Johnson Delhi Virtues of Sanskrit This refers to the article ‘Living with Sanskrit’ (IE April 11) There is a generational link between all languages and Sanskrit could be described as the “grand mother” It’s time we delinked the study of languages from gainful employment Sanskrit is a tool to obtain historical and philosophical knowledge Syed Taheer Ahmad Aligarh Justice for Jadhav This refers to the editorial ‘A bizarre charade’ (IE April 12) Today who can believe that Pakistan is a democracy governed by the rule of law The military prevails entirely on the civilian government in that country Kulbhushan Jadhav was trapped by the ISI and tried in a closed military court External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has now said that the government will secure justice for Jadhav One hopes that the government will fulfill this promise MC Joshi Lucknow For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News CAG had also found instances of tampering of records and pulled up the Department of Financial Services, His legacy will always be cherished and his immortal work will be treasured by generations to come. the MNS roadmap, 2010 10:05 pm Related News Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee, The below chart shows the difference between the Redmi 4 series and the Redmi 3, 2014. 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After paying Rs 5 in exchange for a plastic token at the counter, she queues up to pick up a steel plate and get her share of dalma rice and pickle duly served by staffers dressed in a green uniform green aprons and green caps Only grouse so far: why only one helping allowed of the clean tasty food Green is the colour of the ruling BJD and the tokens are green here as well and so are the posters on the wall That’s where the subtlety ends The posters have images of a beaming Naveen Patnaik the Chief Minister and advertise popular state schemes such as Madhubabu Pension Yojana Mamata Yojana and Harischandra Yojana Nayak though can’t be bothered with that “Nowhere can I get all this for Rs 5” she says tucking into her food Nayak has been travelling to Bhubaneswar for the last 18 years to collect her pension after her gardener husband passed away Sitting next to her is Tapaswini Das who’s come from Boudh 250 km away with her large family of sons and cousins They are taking a halt at Bhubaneswar before catching a train to Cuttack where Das is being treated for cancer at a government hospital “At a dhaba we would have spent Rs 50 on a plate” says Das’s cousin Chudamani as he relishes a spoonful of mango pickle That amount of pickle at a dhaba outside the Aahar outlet for example alone costs Rs 5 The centre resembles a hostel mess with spartan benches attached to a table for customers and with its white tiles and granite slab counters where food is served There are two water dispensers and a dishwasher to clean used plates Four CCTV cameras keep a watch Modelled on Madhya Pradesh’s Ram Roti scheme each of Orissa’s Aahar centres can serve 1000 people The average daily footfall at the centre near the railway station is 980 Ajay Kumar Nanda who sits at the counter says sometimes over a thousand people turn up “We stop serving when we reach the 1000 mark or at 3 pm” he says The food is prepared in a centralised kitchen run by the NGO Akshay Patra Foundation at Phulanakhara on the Bhubaneswar-Cuttack highway The kitchen supplies the food to four centres each in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack — the cities are 23 km apart “Everything is mechanised in the kitchen with little human intervention For each meal we use 200 grams of rice and 50 grams of dal” says Madhusudan Mohapatra of Akshay Patra The meals once prepared must be delivered to the centres by 1030 am By 1230 pm the queue at the centre spills over to outside the building Siddharth a young software engineer has come to see “how the government is using our taxes” K K Rao a hotel manager finds the food “tasty” but wonders “if the government can maintain the quality” Bijay Swain a 44-year-old HIV patient who has come from Ganjam 140 km away for both treatment and in search of work as a construction labourer eats the Aahar lunch only because “I am hungry” “A dinner costs me Rs 40 while breakfast costs Rs 20 If I can save on my lunch I will save something” he says Nandan Singh a 10-year-old ragpicker devours the lunch “Badhiya laguchhi (delicious)” he says Alok Nayak who serves food at the centre for a salary of Rs 4000 a month complains that “every day someone or the other wants a second helping” “When I refuse them saying only one helping is allowed they get angry and shout Some even come drunk and look to pick a fight” he says Nayak also feels unhappy when some people throw away half of what they get into dustbins There is also political bickering over the scheme which would cost Rs 22 crore per year per outlet Just before it was launched central PSUs such as Nalco Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd and Rourkela Steel Plant of SAIL pulled out of their commitment to donate Rs 3 crore each every year to the centres The state government then roped in its own PSUs to bankroll the scheme The Aahar centres in Bhubaneswar are funded by Orissa Mining Corporation Suresh Sahoo a security guard eating at the centre is meanwhile wishing for something more “My family stays back in my village Athgarh 130 km away… I would love to come here everyday for lunch as I save money I am also willing to pay Rs 10 if the government can provide one more dish” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 25 2015 10:55 am According to the time table finalised by the UPSC the main examination will start from December 18 and end on 23 Related News The civil services main examination will be conducted in December this year The civil services examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission annually in three stages — preliminary main and interview — to select officers of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) among others The main examination will start from December 18 and end on 23 according to the time table finalised by the UPSC Share This Article Related Article The examination will be conducted in forenoon and afternoon sessions during these days There will be no exam on December 20 A total of 15008 candidates have qualified in this year’s civil services preliminary examination results of which were declared on October 12 As against a record number of 945908 candidates who had applied for the exam about 463 lakh had sat in the test on August 23 which is about 49 per cent of the total applicants For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News anyone can walk in and enjoy a full meal for Rs 5 only. But now the BJP is silent on the infringement on a woman?criminal charges were filed and arrests were made. India and Ireland are among the fastest growing economies of Asia and Europe.committing atrocities against SC/ST people and using obscene words in a public place. It begins with a small-level worker approaching our MLAs,climbdown.
“I will be taking the oath tomorrow evening along with the cabinet ministers,assigned the charge of the Ministry of Defence to Jaitley.