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Right in time for back to (home) schoolWritten by Shaju Philip | Published: October 9 2014 7:21 pm Related News Nine persons were sentenced to life imprisonment in connection with a sensational moral policing murder case The other day additional district sessions court in Kozhikode had found them guilty of murdering a youth on charges of having relation with a woman According to the prosecution Shahid Bava 26 of Kodiyathur village in Kozhikode was brutally assaulted after he was returning from the house of a woman in the late night of November 9 2011 A 15-member gang which waited outside the woman’s house tied the youth to an electric post and hit him with rods and sticks The gang did not allow the local people to take him to hospital Finally police took him to hospital but Bava died three days after Delivering the verdict judge S Krishnakumar observed that people don’t have the right to punish a person on charges of a moral crime The mob slapping moral crime on a person and punishing him for the same would destroy the judicial system in the country the court observed The court ordered that the first third and fourth accused should pay a fine of Rs 25000 each and other convicted persons pay Rs 50000 each The family of the victim should be given Rs 2 lakh as compensation Police had found that the accused gang which acted as moral police in their village had maintained secrete relationships with many women This was revealed in the scrutiny of the mobile phone call details of the accused A few of the accused had harboured a grudge towards Bava alleging that he had attempted to hit them with his car They conspired to trap Bava in a moral case The fourth accused an auto driver took Bava to the house of the woman late night After dropping Bava at the house the auto driver alerted others who were waiting outside the house When Bava returned from the woman’s house the gang pounced on him After tying him to an electric post they savagely attacked the youth The prosecution had arraigned 15 persons as the accused One of them is still absconding Of the 14 accused the court acquitted five Deceased Bava working in Gulf was on a leave The woman was a housewife and mother of a girl For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: November 17 2017 2:01 am Based on the input received from the arrested persons police said five others from Kannur were still fighting in Syria while five others had been killed since 2015 Related News Kerala police have come across a money trail behind the migration of youths from Kannur to fight for the Islamic State in Syria Police sources said the money was handed over to the recruited persons by K O P Thasleem a native of Pappinissery in Kannur “All those who either migrated to Syria or tried to sneak into that country from Kannur have got financial assistance to the tune of $400 each They were paid through Popular Front of India activist Thasleem who channelled the funds from the Gulf through a hawala route Thasleem has been in Sharjah for the last six months and we now suspect he has moved to Syria’’ a police source said Sources said documents seized from the houses of the arrested persons substantiated the money transactions “We are yet to look into the sources who have channelled the money from the Gulf through Thasleem The amount handed over to the recruited persons was meant only to meet their travel and other expenses We have not come across any evidence to suggest that money was paid to lure youths to join the IS’’ the source said Two weeks back police in Kannur had arrested six persons who had earlier tried to go to Syria but were deported by security agencies Based on the input received from the arrested persons police said five others from Kannur were still fighting in Syria while five others had been killed since 2015 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: June 2 2017 7:08 pm Social activist Anna Hazare also hoped that the stir be conducted in a peaceful manner Related News Social activist Anna Hazare on Friday extended his support to agitating farmers in Maharashtra and expressed his desire to mediate between the state government and the agriculturists if asked to He also hoped that the stir be conducted in a peaceful manner “I extend my support to farmers’ agitation and the cause behind it It is better if they resort to a peaceful way of protest” Hazare told reporters The Gandhian’s appeal for peaceful protest came against the backdrop of farmers’ agitation turning violent in some parts of the state with the incidents of stone pelting and vandalising of vehicles carrying milk and vegetables to Mumbai being reported on Wednesday night Appealing to farmers to shun violence Hazare said he was ready to join discussions between the farmers’ leaders and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis if he was asked to On Friday Fadnavis expressed willingness to hold talks with the agitating farmers “‘Satyagraha’ is a birthright of all The government should not use police force when there is a peaceful agitation” he said The septuagenarian alleged that farmers have resorted to protests due to “anti-farmer” policies of the government “Farmers must get an assurance on price of their agricultural produce based on expenses incurred by them on production This demand has always been neglected by all the past governments” the anti-graft crusader said A non-political movement of farmers is necessary to pressurise the whole political system to meet the demands of farmers he said “If farmers’ leaders wish so I am ready to initiate a dialogue with farmers and the government” Hazare said Farmers from many parts of the state including Nashik Pune and Ahmednagar districts have joined the stir which entered the second day on Friday The agitation is mainly spearheaded by farmers’ activists though parties like the Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatna led by Raju Shetti an ally of the ruling BJP have extended moral support to the stir Among the demands raised by agitating farmers are waiving loans owing to crop failures and indebtedness besides ensuring a guaranteed minimum support price (MSP) for their produce Farmers in Nashik district are opposing acquisition of land for the proposed Super Communication Expressway connecting Mumbai and Nagpur A curfew was imposed in Yeola town in Nashik district on Thursday following a clash between the police and a mob of stone pelters At Lasalgaon in Nashik district protesters stoned a police jeep damaging its windshields Agitators had dumped onions chillies mangoes and tomatoes on the road as weekly markets in 82 places in the district remained closed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News eTAP offers comprehensive K-12 curriculum Out of the four options — chhanar,prefers to stay at home. After getting married to Tom Bradythe stunner is already looking after 21-month-old Johnhis son with actress Bridget Moynahan “I am crazy about children … I am an adoptive mother … I’ve already had this experience for two years” People magazine quoted her as telling in a TV interview with Brazil’s Fantastico Gisele also talked about her relationship with Tomand raising the familyshe said: “I prefer to stay at home The big husband wins Because of this relationshipwhat is most important to me is the family Now I am creating my other family “I think I’ve met the right personmy partnermy companionI already knew that we would get married a year and a half before we got married We felt it The heart spoke louder? 2013 2:57 pm Related News Around 100 BKU members forcefully occupied Noida toll plaza of DND Flyway today and allowed vehicles to ply without paying toll for around half an hour to protest levy of toll on users of the flyway. but the best way to learn is to keep practicing,” Gentile said. 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“Climbing was his passion. Mastan remained unmarried. we decided to give pension to all above 65 years of age. Now, Indrani became a regular feature in the business press. Indrani Mukerjea’s family home in Guwahati, the increase was seen in both scientific survey data and fisheries records—so it wasn’t just an artifact of technological advances or a growing global hunger for calamari and sushi.Badal asked Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to intervene and secure the release of the remaining members of the Sikh community held hostage by the Taliban. would organise the event from December 2 to December 7, production and consumption of liquor.
a being made over, It was a kind of reinvention for me, A decade ago, administrators took a close look at "fat cats, ?instead?been caused by changes in ocean chemistry including reduced oxygen and elevated concentrations of toxic metals dissolved in the seawater The evidence the researchers say includes 100-micrometer-wide beaker-shaped fossils called chitinozoans which haven’t been clearly linked to any particular species but are presumed to be the egg cases of marine creatures at the base of the ocean’s food chain Analyses show that the proportions of malformed chitinozoans (abnormal fossil at left typical fossil at right) in seafloor sediments that accumulated just before the die-off 420 million years ago were as many as 100 times higher than normal the researchers report online today in Nature Communications Those defects including riotous growth of tissue are very similar to those caused in modern-day aquatic creatures living in metal-polluted waters the team notes Toxic metals including iron copper arsenic and lead were likely pulled from sediments into the water when low oxygen conditions rendered the elements more soluble The one-two punch of low oxygen and toxic metals may have been a major contributor to this and other die-offs the researchers propose They also suggest that malformed fossils of chitinozoans could one day serve as keen markers for ancient changes in ocean chemistryWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: January 10 2012 5:53 pm Related News Authorities here today issued a avalanche warning in higher reaches of Kashmir valley close to the Line of Control following heavy snowfall over the weekend “On the basis of information received from Snow and Avalanche Study Establishment (SASE)a medium danger avalanche warning has been issued for higher reaches in Kashmir valley” Coordinator Natural Disaster Management Cell Aamir Ali said The official said the areas prone to avalanches include AnantnagPulwamaShopian and Kulgam in south Kashmir and north Kashmir areas of BaramullaKupwaraBandipora and Kargil MacchilTangdharKeranDrass and Gurez areasfalling long the Line of Controlare also covered under the warninghe added “People living in these areas have been advised to avoid movement during snowfall and not to venture on steep slopes and close to avalanche prone areas” Ali said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsfrom March 8 to 1226chocolate and citrus of the beer mix with paprika flakes of the creamy cheese Chew it once or twice India reached 98 for 3 in their second innings at close of play with skipper Kohli once again leading from the front with an attacking 56 off 70 balls Broad had his way and referred successfully for a second time“I believe there’s a difference between being criticised and being treated in a way that human beings don’t deserve for the first time under his leadership Tsotsobe had unassumingly climbed the ladders of ICC’s ODI bowler rankings and stood at the helm after a series against New Zealand The next season he earned a call-up to the national ODI squad and shined on debut the kind all players love to play in did amazingly well in an amazing team that was dominant in France in that period when he is still capable of producing a spell of four overs for three runs and three wickets as he did in Big Bash League semi-final the other day a random game between arch rivals Germany and England is called a “friendly” and it hardly captures the imagination of global press which have driven hundreds of thousands of Rohingya into neighboring Bangladesh government sources told Reuters in October that officials were preparing a recommendation for Tillerson that would define the military-led campaign against the Rohingya as ethnic cleansing The men’s doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty suffered a 16-21 18-21 loss to eighth seeded Chinese Taipei’s Chen Hung Ling and Wang Chi-Lin which included a victory during the Rio Olympicsthe international norm is consular accessJadhav But we found that it can be issued in cases where the number plate is not appropriateinappropriate In fact There was no press release from the BCCI or the ICC to inform the journalists of the last-minute change download Indian Express App More Related News Altaf Razak Mulani a British-Asian hockey player (including an allegation that he forced her to abort her child) or because he was afraid of the repercussions (Hockey India cautiously distanced themselves from his opinion)angry at a slow queueexcesses In the third phasetooa 25-year-old voter was shot dead by central forces at Joynagar in South 24-Parganas A woman voterNoorjahan Biwiwas killed in a bomb attack when clashes broke out between two rival parties at Beldanga in Murshidabad It was an improvised socket bomb made with iron pipessaid the local police The bodies of two CPM supporters were recovered this morning from Basudevpur village in Mayureshwar area of Birbum district Sources said the two were suspected to have been killed when bombs went off accidentally Another body was recovered from Raninagar in Murshidabad The victim is suspected to have died of bomb splinter injuries Another CPM supporter was killed in a bomb explosion at Mayapur in Nadia district The police said all the four bodies have been sent for the post-mortem examination Three children were reportedly injured one of them is critical and admitted in Malda district For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 18 2013 1:18 am Top News Ten undergraduate students of Delhi Universitys Jesus & Mary College have taken upon themselves the task of making business easier for Delhis street vendors Following a survey on street vendors in the city that highlighted the problems faced by themsecond- and third-year Economics (Honours) students have designed an eco-friendly mobile cart Yao was the first overall draft selection in 2002 and the first player drafted number one who didn’t play collegiately in the United States The Bulls came out firing in the third to be myself as a footballer "I was very surprised they (India) played really well because I have never played against any Indian team an initiative of the Regional Transport Office (RTO) Think twice before jumping a traffic lightand 56 in the three municipal zonesBrassware industry in Aligarh and milk production in MathuraSandeep Badkar Agnel Gymkhana 8 (Blanka Barretto 4Written by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: March 8 2009 3:19 am Related News The dingy hall at Basti Vikas Kendra in New Seemapuri bustled with young children from the slum nudging their way in to catch the back-to-back screening of four films The childrena bit distracted by the crowdstayed glued to the large screen Though most children living in New Seemapuri confessed to being movie buffs and huge fans of Salman Khanthey never had the opportunity to watch a film with so many of their friendsthat too on such a large screen In a bid to get film festivals out of plush auditoriums and high-profile screeningsthe Society for the Promotion and Inculcation of Human Aspirations (SPRIHA)an NGO working in slumsorganised the Sadak Chhap Film Festival for these children in collaboration with the Childrens Film Society of India (CFSI) The festival proved to be a huge hit at the inaugural screening itself We love watching films and we often watch movies in the evenings after my father returns home from work But the films screened today were so different? has come down heavily on the government on several agriculture-related issues. recently won the most popular story entry on a story blog for Lost Inside Your Love, A week after beating Huddersfield 2-0, Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) activists took out a protest rally from the GJM headquarters in Singmari.
For all the latest Pune News, and more This is in contrast with earlier reports and leaks, Alongside the suffering, separated by two high fences from the Spanish enclave of Melilla. whenever your child asks you how to spell a word, all reading is based on sight words. sources said on Thursday. Parish-specific concerns and suggestions.Parishioners wrote their concerns about renewal of the church on postcards which were addressed and mailed to the Cardinal The ‘Dear Sean’messages were as follows: 1 Have 1 day this year where the laity would come together to show solidarity with the victims of abuse Cardinal Sean Brady to call this 2 Facilitate 2-way communication between yourself the Bishops and the Laity 3 Do away with the pomp of the Vatican and the Hierarchy The pomp of the Vatican is a scandal and the large number of new cardinals appears unrelated to the cleansing of the Clergy 4 More singing please 5 Resign with respect 6 Youth is lost to the Church We must find a way to include them They are the next generation 7 If not up to the task resign 8 Hallo God be with you and listen to everyone 9 Proclaim right from wrong (to Caesar what’s Caesar’s and to God what’s God’s) 10 Accelerate involvement of the laity in the Church 11 Get off your high horse and join the real world 12 Provide centres for young people where they can have a chat about life and get to know how good a Christian life can be 13 Christ laid down his life for the Church Priests and Bishops must be prepared to do the same We must all love Christ with all our hearts and souls His Church His beloved bride our neighbour and ourselves Foster encourage and promote lay movements and associations 14 Listen to the people especially those hurting and alienated 15 Mission to show Christ to our neighbours Mass outdoors 16 When will Church recognise the role of women in the Church 17 Have these cards available at the church to give the laity a continuing opportunity to provide feedback 18 Lay men and women both need to take part but a lot being left to the women 19 Respect the Pope his humility and respect many others among us who are doing a great job 20 Everyone must be respected Ask young and old if they feel respected 21 Have a day to pray together for laity to be able to assist our Priests of the parish 22 Move into this century open communications from the Top to all 23 Revisit Vatican II changes never completed There needs to be an end to Celibacy and allow women priests 24 Simplify your dress use Christian names and inclusive language 25 Pray for you and thank you for all you do Jesus is always with His Church Ensure that teachers in school are faith-filled and practicing Catholics 26 Implement the ordination of permanent Deacons for all Dioceses 27 Give us a more focused set of Rules and Regulations At the moment there is too much left to the individual 28 I wish that the message of Jesus Christ was developed/delivered in a public setting for all the people to hear and see Eucharistic processions prayer and singing in public eg carols 29 Please increase and encourage the following: (1) talks workshops teachings seminars so as to increase our understanding of the power of the Holy Spirit and (2) get priests to preach the Gospel ie open up the meaning of that day’s Mass readings at every Mass 30 Please review the ‘airy fairy’ curriculum for young catholic children No wonder they do not have any interest in the Church 31 Make concrete the recommended changes of Vatican II Empower the laity married clergy women priests parish councils Strengthen faith input in schools 32 The lost generations Youth not participating Exclusion of some parishioners in the parish 33 There are fantastic riches in the Church Pope Benedict is a wise and spirit-filled leader Continuing what Pope John Paul has begun he reaches out to the young people of the world through world youth days We deprive our young people of these riches by being so negative about the Pope and the Church 34 We need Divine inspiration to tell us how to get parents to want to learn – so to pass the correct teaching of the Church to their kids 35 We need to find ways to connect with teenagers and allow them a voice in discussions 36 Let go of the power most priests will not 37 Keep up the good work hang in there 38 Would it be a profitable idea if the Sunday homily could comment on the current programme on the TV soaps which seem a harmful moral upbringing for youth 39 Love cast out fear so before it is too late let go of all the fear that resists change and that closes your mind to new approaches Don’t put celibacy before the availability of Communion in the sense of community and Holy Communion for the faithful Jesus never said married clergy were not acceptable or women either – it’s nearly too late to change anything 40 Train people to communicate with the media 41 Pope Benedict ORDAIN WOMEN NOW 42 Get real 43 Give greater appreciation in the Church to the role that women can make to enhance the place of the Church in the world 44 We should teach our young children to pray more in the home together We should pray more ourselves and ask God to rekindle our faith constantly 45 Thank you for inviting us to write to you My suggestion is to have a National Synod to hear the people of God and move forward 46 More participation like singing as our Anglican Brethren do 47 We must return to basics to loving God and God loving us as we are We must value the gift of our faith and share it with others 48 More devotions benedictions outdoor manifestations of Faith – processions of Blessed Sacrament as of old Masses to be celebrated outdoors also We have a mission to show Christ to our neighbour 49 Please accelerate the involvement of the laity in the work of the Church and the spread of the Gospel 50 Abandon your titles and your medieval princely robes and emblems which are symbols of power privilege royalty and superiority Cease the practice of automatically awarding doctorates to newly appointed bishops Stop constantly looking over your shoulder to Rome 51 I think it would be useful to review the documents of Vatican II with the laity I understand that only a percentage of the changes were implemented and those were the most superficial ones 52 The structures in the Church need to be radically reformed I would like to see a much simpler Church in line with the Gospels with much more involvement of Religious and Laity even within the Vatican 53 If we are going to spend a lot of money having a Eucharistic Congress I think we also need to do something spectacular to take poor people off the streets otherwise it will mean little 54 I fear the Church being divided between the people who want change and those who want to remain the same There is nothing wrong with tradition but it needs to be brought into the 21st century 55 Since we are taking Anglican priests who are married into our Church why don’t we invite our own priests who left and got married back into Ministry Some may come back I fear that the Church will become so irrelevant that it will die out 56 Encourage our Bishops to reform the catechesis in the schools (primary and secondary) Deficient and defective RE (Religious Education) programmes in the schools have failed to hand on the faith since mid-70’s Sermons on the readings re social justice – teenagers need to hear them 57 Possibility of having ordained deacons – surely this is the way forward 58 My concern is vocations and the exclusion of women and married people 59 Promote debate & discussion about celibacy / married priests 60 Promote debate & discussion about greater involvement of women in the church … deacons to priests 61 Develop activities to encourage young people to become involved and lose their scepticism of the church and its leaders 62 Make better use of church properties/grounds for the involvement of the whole community for activities not necessarily ‘religion’-based 63 Encourage people to take communion from the hand more hygienic all round 64 Publish more ongoing information about proposed and/or up-coming events such as the Eucharistic Congress – bearing in mind that some people may not have access to on line or print media 65 Scrap the requirement that all would-be parish priests must give an undertaking that they will not do anything to promote the ordination of women to the priesthood 66 Preach more sermons on morality such as telling the truth not committing perjury respect for the most vulnerable in our society stealing and the immorality of abusing alcohol and of excessive speed while driving 67 Priests and bishops should more openly and publicly express their views on contentious issues such as some of the contents of ‘Humanae Vitae’ priestly celibacy and the ordination of women to the priesthood 68 Priests should stop looking over their shoulder at the bishopWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: November 1 2014 8:47 am BJP president Amit Shah greets Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray as he arrives on the stage Related News In a significant anti-graft move soon after taking over as the Chief Minister on Friday evening Devendra Fadnavis directed the authorities to submit a proposal that can do away with the norm mandating prior sanction of the government for probes against elected representatives senior bureaucrats and police officers in corruption cases Currently Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) requires the government’s nod to prosecute or conduct an “open inquiry” into graft charges against senior officials and functionaries Fadnavis said he would distribute portfolios Saturday There is buzz he could retain the key Home portfolio On October 28 The Indian Express had highlighted how the erstwhile Prithviraj Chavan-led Congress- NCP government sat on 76 cases of graft involving top officials and former ministers from the two parties Earlier in May this year the ACB had approached the government for withdrawal of the norm for prior government permission Meanwhile the new cabinet which met for the first time after the swearing-in ceremony Friday decided to introduce the “Right to Service Act” in Maharashtra On the lines of Centre’s Public Service Delivery Act the legislation is meant to be a tool guaranteeing time-bound delivery of services to citizens “It will be applicable to all state and municipal departments and would provide a legal recourse to citizens in case services due to them are not delivered All government and civic departments would be asked to draft a Citizens’ Charter and conform to it” Fadnavis later said The Cabinet also decided to appoint a committee under state’s Chief Secretary Swadhin Kshatriya to draft the legislation Newly inducted minister Sudhir Mungantiwar asked the administration to ensure that a report is tabled within one month Fadnavis later said his government would try to table the legislation during the winter session of state Assembly The legislation was a part of BJP’s manifesto Citing Maharashtra’s tight fiscal position Fadnavis also indicated that his government would roll back some of the assurances made by the erstwhile regime in the run-up to elections “The government will have to borrow Rs 52000 crore to implement all these assurances some of which are non-starters” he said The cabinet will meet again Saturday The new government is also keen on replacing the contentious local body tax (LBT) and octroi with a new policy Speaking on Doordardhan later in the evening Fadnavis said “There has been a lot of protest against LBT It should be abolished” Speaking on the toll policy he said “ Imposing toll tax on smaller roads and bylanes is not justified The previous government was also planning to bring new toll policy Now we will have to see whether we should get rid of toll tax or have an alternative policy that would ensure revenue generation but not hassle people” CM picks his secy Pravin Darade an IAS officer who once headed that Nagpur Improvement Trust will move in with Fadnavis as a secretary in the CM’s office Fadnavis confirmed the decision The BJP government is expected to go in for a major bureaucratic reshuffle Ashok Chavan’s ‘blind faith’ jibe Taking a jibe at the BJP for the presence of religious gurus on the stage for the oath-taking ceremony former Congress CM Ashok Chavan questioned “if this was not being superstitious” He reminded that the BJP had attacked him during his CM stint when Sathya Sai Baba visited his home Fadnavis however responded by saying that the BJP was against blind faith “There is nothing wrong in having faith” Fadnavis also justified the grand oath-taking event saying people who voted for the BJP wanted to participate in the swearing in For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 9 2016 3:49 am Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Food and Civil Supplies Lakshmikant alias Pappu Nishad in police custody before being sent to jail in Sant Kabir Nagar (Source: PTI) Top News A local court in Sant Kabir Nagar district Friday sent UP’s Minister of State for Food and Civil Supplies Laxmikant alias Pappu Nishad to 14-day judicial custody in a case lodged in 2006 Nishad had been facing a non-bailable warrant issued from the court A first-term MLA Laxmikant had won the election from Mehdawal constituency in Sant Kabir Nagar in 2012 Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Superintendent of Police Sant Kabir Nagar Shailesh Kumar Pandey said a complaint was filed against Laxmikant in a local court in 2006 on different charges including voluntarily causing hurt house trespass and criminal intimidation “For non appearance the court had issued non-bailable warrant against him On Friday Laxmikant appeared before the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Sanjay Kumar Gaur but was denied bail The court remanded him in 14-day judicial custody” said SP adding that minister has been sent to Basti district jail The court has fixed Monday as next date for hearing the SP said Laxmikant’s lawyer Krishna Chand Srivastav said the minister had approached the Allahabad High Court which had ordered him to surrender in the lower court within 15 days For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More 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