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?? ? Around 12. They said that medicines were being distributed to people mainly to safeguard them against diarrhoea and other water-borne infections. Jasbir Malhi Top News Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday hit out at his Haryana counterpart Manohar Lal Khattar accusing government of the neighbouring state of allowing security situation to deteriorate in wake of the Dera chief Gumeet Ram Rahim’s conviction in a rape case. Built by the Lucknow Development Authority,but it will take some time for setting up the entire office. The road on which the outpost stands was one of the three near the Ambedkar Memorial which was shut down by the LDA a few months ago The Gomti Nagar Jankalyan Mahasamiti had challenged the governments action in the Allahabad High Court The High Court directed the LDA to consider shifting the outpost to some other placebut the LDA stood firm on its decision The matter is still pending For the construction of the outpostthe LDA had changed the land use of 900 sq m areablocking the road completely For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aiswarya A | Mumbai | Published: September 28 2009 3:21 am Related News In Chembura team of 10 policewomen has set a benchmark for colleagues with the efficient crowd management they displayed during the immersion of the Ganesh idols during the recent Ganesh Puja And they have won praise from the Deputy Commissioner of Police(Zone VI) Dilip Sawantwho has issued certificates of appreciation to five members of the team It was a strategy that we adopted to see whether placing well-trained women police staff in an area would ensure better management of crowd These personnel were briefed on all aspects of visarjan at the Charai talao and our strategy was successful Unruly crowds who are usually on the warpath to immerse their idols did not expect policewomen to be maneuvering them and as a resultthere was less confusion among the crowds? Whatever they touch will taste good’, The participating agencies include National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C. This target was given to all DJRS state chiefs at a meeting in Mumbai from August 7 to 9.

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warns Angad Bedi, For all the latest Technology News, In response to a question raised in the Lok Sabha, she said.in identifying the beneficiaries under the National Food Security Ordinance. He is a traitor. These San Francisco homeowners were faced with the original 1890s elevation.The architect Andre Rothblatt created a new rear yard addition – maximizing the exposure on the north face and opening up the house to natural light and a private garden When a design and photograph “come together” one is able to show the elegance of the building All of the living spaces of the house are lit with glowing light and the result is a clear understanding of how the spaces work in the house Architect http://s.wwwandrerothblattarchitecturecom Photograph http://s.wwwkengutmakercom Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: Editorials | Updated: April 13 2017 1:31 am Top News Assam’s draft population policy announced by state Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday is a throwback to an era when governments imposed family planning through coercion It chooses to ignore the lessons of those times and the debates and experiences from across the world since then on the most enlightened and efficient ways to address population growth India’s own aggressive sterilisation drive during the Emergency years and China’s one-child policy were disastrous state interventions that had to be rolled back India’s National Population Policy of 2000 underlined “voluntary and informed choice” and consent of citizens while availing of reproductive healthcare services and continuation of the target-free approach in administering family planning services The policy discourse today is no more about population control but focused on sexual and reproductive health and rights Assam seems oblivious of these conversations as it leans on coercive measures to drive what Sarma has called its “population control” policy Arguably the state government’s concern about the high rate of population growth — the decadal growth stands at 17 per cent though it has been falling — and its impact on the state’s physical and financial resources is understandable But the government is wrong to blame the citizens and to penalise them for it The draft policy proposes to bar people with more than two children from accessing government jobs and makes it mandatory for government servants to “strictly follow” the two-child norm and to serve as “role models” It has also proposed to bring in legal provisions to disallow people with more than two children from participating in local bodies elections and to introduce minimum educational qualifications as eligibility criteria for contesting elections What such a policy refuses to acknowledge is that high population growth rate is also the result of the government’s failure to provide healthcare facilities to citizens Studies suggest that improvement in institutionalised child delivery and post-natal care and making contraceptives available in rural areas have a positive impact on population growth This is the experience also of states like Kerala and Tamil Nadu which stabilised their populations by improving public health facilities The proposals in Assam’s draft policy will hurt the poorest and most vulnerable sections of society most by limiting their access to state resources and participation in the electoral process A large percentage of Assam’s poor are Muslims who many increasingly dominant narratives in the state blame for the rise in population which gives a communal edge to Sarma’s draft policy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: November 17 2015 3:11 pm Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi Related News Accusing Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi of declaring himself a British citizen to float a firm in that country BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding that the Congress MP should be stripped of his Indian citizenship as well as his parliamentary membership The Congress has however dismissed Swamy’s charge “I wrote to PM Modi on November 12 asking him to initiate steps to cancel Rahul’s citizenship and will ask Lok Sabha Speaker to appoint a committee or direct the committee on ethics to cancel his Lok Sabha membership” Swamy said at a specially-convened press conference Watch Video –Rahul Gandhi Vs Subramanian Swamy: Gandhi’s Citizenship Row However the Congress termed the allegations false and said the dirty tricks department of the BJP was resorting to “petty and mindless mud-slinging” as it was “frustrated by its humiliating defeat in Bihar and internal revolt brewing amongst the seniormost leadership” In his letter to the PM Swamy alleged that Rahul had floated a company called Backops Limited in 2003 in the UK and in the annual return form he had declared himself to be of British nationality with a UK address Rahul also held 65 per cent of the total shares issued by this company Swamy claimed “Same facts were repeated viz that Mr Rahul Gandhi as having British nationality in the annual returns filed on Oct 31 2006 as well” the letter said “No MP can incorporate a company abroad without permission and without declaring the same in his nomination form as a candidate for election to Parliament” the letter added Congress communication department head Randeep Singh Surjewala said “The sole purpose appears to be to divert attention from inner revolt and paralysis of policy and governance being questioned all around” About the company’s annual return purportedly mentioning Rahul as a British national Surjewala said: “Rahul Gandhi has not filed any such return If somebody has committed an error while uploading it can be corrected It is correctable Rahul has held Indian citizenship from the day he was born” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipankar Ghose | Raipur | Updated: September 16 2016 8:52 am United Airways aircraft taking up crucial space Top News In August 2015 a Bangladesh-based United Airways aircraft flying from Dhaka to Muscat made an emergency landing at Raipur’s Swami Vivekananda airport after one of its engines failed with 173 passengers on board More than a year later the McDonnell Douglas DC 63 still occupies one of the six parking bays at Chhattisgarh’s only functioning airport — an anomaly at a facility with no international service Desperate for the aircraft to be flown back to Dhaka officials of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) have written several letters to civil aviation authorities in Bangladesh as well as the private carrier asking them to expedite the process And while they await some action the aircraft stands unattended leading to a space crunch at the airport At 7 pm on August 17 last year the Raipur airport was told that a United Airways flight flying over the city needed to make an emergency landing “We are a small airport and even at that time we had asked if the flight could land in Nagpur or Kolkata But it was communicated that one of the engines had failed and that the pilot wanted to take no chances Within five minutes we cleared the runway and activated emergency procedures and the flight landed safely The passengers were accommodated by us until chartered flights arrived to take them back to Dhaka” a senior official said Twenty days after the emergency landing a team from the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority landed in Raipur to investigate why the engine had failed Several months and letters later a technical team arrived in April 2016 with another engine that was duly fitted “The DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) accorded approval they fitted their engine successfully and a ground test was carried out But the flight could not take off because it still did not have a Certificate of Airworthiness which is a mandatory requirement” said Santosh Dhoke airport director Dhoke said he has written at least 12 letters over the past year to which the last response he received from United Airways — on August 30 2016 — said that there were “regulatory implications “ in the renewal of CFA which meant that they were unable to fly the aircraft out It said that while the “inconvenience is regretted” they were hopeful of a resolution in two or three months “We have six parking bays at Raipur airport and at peak hour there are five flights that fly in or out during the same period That leaves us with very little leeway for other aircraft like state planes those of companies that operate in Chhattisgarh and most importantly flights that carry out medical emergencies” said Dhoke But before the flight does take off eventually officials said United Airways will have to pay “parking charges” upwards of around Rs 30 lakh and counting “This is normal international procedure with very clear norms The charge is fixed according to the weight and the wingspan of the aircraft In this case it works out to around between Rs 8500 and Rs 9000 a day No clearance to take off will be given without this amount being paid” Dhoke said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top 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