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we shall move court to convert this into one of murder from the original FIR registered under section 307 (attempt to murder of the Indian Penal Code, the district primary education officer (DPEO) of Surendranagar received the intimation only Thursday. spokespersons of PAAS. some political scientists argue, the police arrested Nerul resident Lahate as he was attempting to escape from Navi Mumbai.

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Jan Dhan accounts have crossed 22 crores and it’s a big step in direct benefit transfer promotion. We caught him but did not report the matter fearing that our reputation might suffer. Starring Siddharth in the lead, download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: March 29, Chandra’s response was to set up the now-defunct Indian Cricket League in 2007. In another event, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Mexico City | Published: September 23,the CPM workers attacked houses of Trinamool supporters who had actively worked for the party in the recently-concluded civic polls.who is the chairman of the committee, divorce.

2017 12:39 am Griezmann was booked twice in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Girona. Parrikar is a widower after having lost his wife 12 years ago. outside a dynasty,it is difficult to register all units as many of them run out of small buildings. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top News He also informed that Lucknow Cricket Academy (LCA) has been ? Yes,identity is closely associated with its team.” As things stand, the pitch, Some Muslims flee Pakistan protesting religious persecution but once in the UK.

home? Nellie was a legend for her grandchildren there as well Neverthelessthere were sobering realities Most of the men of my fathers generation had migrated to England or Canadathe women had converted to Islam Andy came home and told us the strange and somber story of the Muslim Anglo-Indian clan or maybe it should be the Muslim Irish-Bengali clan of Lahore and Karachi We sat in silencestill digesting it I thought of our life in Indiathe freedom to go to churchthe freedom to practice my faiththe freedom to be myselfthe freedom that my country gave its minorities Ive never felt prouder of being an Indian I think about my cousins in Pakistan now and then Would they be able to join a mainstream political movementas I was so willingly accepted into Mamata Banerjees struggle Would they find opportunity to go to Parliament as regular politicians I was fortunateI guess I was fortunate Nellie encouraged me to learn Bengali and help to be part of the para Saraswati Puja Its a celebration of wisdom and learning and integrate with my larger community I was fortunate Indiaand Bengalallowed me to do this without making unfair demands on me I was fortunate to have been nurtured by Indias Nellie and Nellies India The writer is a quiz master and Trinamool Congress MP in the Rajya Sabha For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBritain’s Prime Minister Theresa May arrived on 6 November on a three-day trip to India This is her first visit to a non-EU country signaling the importance of New Delhi in a post-Brexit world Both New Delhi and London are hoping to make the best of the new situation and unlock the potentials of the relationship to their advantage especially in trade and investment Theresa May’s tough anti-immigration stand and the announcement of new visa rules for non-EU nationals coming to the UK last week has raised concerns in Delhi as this adversely affects many Indians Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the British visitor are both keen to expand business ties While India is hoping to gain from Britain leaving the EU May is looking to swap business deals with India where the economy is doing better than in rest of the world Narendra Modi and Theresa May in New Delhi on Monday PTI "Prime Minister May’s visit is basically to explore trade relations and convince skeptical Indian business leaders that the UK after Brexit still remains a great investment destination" said former foreign secretary Lalit Mansingh "However India-British trade has never been high despite the claims political leaders make The figures have hovered at 15 to 20 billion British pounds annually Despite efforts it has remained in this zone for decades In contrast India-US trade has gone up from around $20 billion to over $100 billion now I don’t see much prospect of this changing" Mansingh added During talks between the two leaders India flagged the issue of immigration May’s efforts were to give some relief to the businessmen seeking visas by offering registered traveller scheme for Indian business magnets which will expedite clearance while visiting the UK The Indian government will also be able to nominate business executives to the Great Club a visa and immigration service Both these schemes will help Indian business leaders and not the ordinary students May keeping an eye on her domestic constituency selectively gave preferential treatment to travellers who will benefit Britain while not budging on student visas "We have established a strategic dialogue on home affairs covering visas returns and organised crime As part of this UK will consider further improvement to our visa offerings At the same time we will speed up return of Indians who have no right to remain in the UK” the British PM said at a joint press briefing with Modi "This is international procedure but we will also have to go through our own checklist and make sure that only genuine Indians are admitted back" MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup explained at the briefing His take was that it was a two-way process But the two sides seemed bent on pushing the visa issue for students under the carpet saying in the joint statement: They "welcomed these changes which will mean that India will have one of the best UK visa services of any country in the world with more application points than anywhere else and the only place where you can get a same day visa reflecting the UK government’s commitment to continuing to attract inward investment and business from India" Earlier Swarup had admitted that the visa problems had led to Indian students giving UK a miss Last year the number of Indian students enrolling in UK universities went down by almost 50 percent from around 40000 to around 20000 now "This has happened because of restrictions on post-study stay in the UK” Convincing May on immigration is apparently not easy As the Home Secretary in the Cameron Cabinet she was keen to reduce immigration below the 100000 mark but was not successful Now as Prime Minister with Britain opting out of the EU May is in a better position to enforce her will Her tough immigration stand has not endeared her to the British Indian population of the country —the same Indians who welcomed Modi like a rock star at the Wembley Stadium Many Indians believed that Brexit would result in forging a deeper and wider relationship with India but the expectations from May has gone down because of her immigration policy May once a supporter of UK staying within the EU has dramatically changed her views since taking over the mantle from David Cameron She has become an enthusiastic supporter of Brexit and is now being seen as a tough leader someone who has shown glimpses of Margaret Thatcher Britain’s Iron Lady who pushed down tough reforms on the country cutting back on freebies but also helping launching the country into prosperity Whether May will succeed is open to question but she appears a decisive leader ready to take the bull by the horn Chances of her softening her views on immigration appear dim May however is tough also on terror She condemned the Uri attack and spoke against cross border terrorism The joint statement said: "The two Prime Ministers affirmed that the fight against terrorism should not only seek to disrupt and bring to justice terrorists terror organisations and networks but should also identify hold accountable and take strong measures against all those who encourage support and finance terrorism provide sanctuary to terrorists and terror groups and falsely extol their virtues There should be no glorification of terrorists or efforts to make a distinction between good and bad terrorists" By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 3 2017 2:02 am At the event top three All-India Rankers (AIR) of UPSC CSE 2016 will be felicitated Top News MIT School of Government (MITSOG) in association with Central Services Training Institute is organising the ninth UPSC national-level felicitation ceremony At the event top three All-India Rankers (AIR) of UPSC CSE 2016 — Nandini KR (AIR- 1) Anmol Sher Singh Bedi (AIR-2) and Gopalakrishna Ronanki (AIR-3) — along with other 125 toppers will be felicitated Social activist Anna Hazare former chief election commissioner of India and chairman governing council MITCST N Gopalaswami commissioner of police Rachkonda Telangana Mahesh Bhagwat former chairman of Union Public Service Commission DP Agrawal Jayprakash Narayan chairman Loksatta general secretary Foundation for Democracy and executive president MIT World Peace University Rahul Karad The felicitation ceremony will be conducted by VD Karad founder president World Peace Centre (Alandi) MAEER’s MIT The programme is divided in two sessions The first session would take place at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch Swargate from 830 am to 130 pm where the toppers will interact with students and aspirants of UPSC/MPSC examinations The second session involves a panel discussion between the toppers at Saint Dnyaneshwar Hall MIT Campus Kothrud from 4 pm For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Dar Es Salaam | Published: July 14 2017 12:45 pm Wayne Rooney scored the opener for his boyhood club in Everton’s 2-1 win over Kenyan team Gor Mahia (Source: Reuters) Top News Wayne Rooney scored in his first game back with Everton and was given a hug by a spectator who ran onto the field Rooney scored the opener for his boyhood club in Everton’s 2-1 win over Kenyan team Gor Mahia in a pre-season friendly in Tanzania After 13 years with Manchester United it was an ideal way to mark his return as Rooney curled in a shot from around 30 yards (meters) in the 35th minute Gor Mahia equalized three minutes later but Kieran Dowell scored the winner for Everton with nine minutes to go Early in the game Rooney was hugged by a man wearing a Manchester United shirt who evaded security officials long enough to reach the England striker For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express 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