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Merely making stringent laws to deal with offences against women will not be sufficient, Chavan said here last night Women are no longer lagging behind in any field – be it education or serviceshe said Girls have been outshining boys in academic results and are securing top positionshe mentioned The UPA at the Centre and the Maharashtra government were committed to women empowermenthe assuredadding that 50 per cent reservation for women have been made in local bodies elections Chavan last night dedicated a community hall and a women’s development centre to NGO Jain Saheli Mandal (friends club) at Butibori industrial estate near here State Industries Minister Narayan Rane also assured government’s help to women’s group in their entrepreneurship through Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) Former BJP national president Nitin GadkariMPCC chief Manikrao Thakrestate ministers Shivajirao Moghe (Social Justice)Sanjay Deotale (Cultural)Anil Deshmukh (Food and civil supplies)Nitin Raut (EGS)Minister of State Rajendra Mulak (Finance)MP Vijay DardaDatta Meghe and others were also present on the occasion Jain Saheli Mandal’s president Jyotsana Darda said the organisation has been providing opportunities to needy women through self-help groups in becoming financially independent For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Published: November 3 2016 12:04 am Top News Monday morning everywhere you looked you drew a blank Ditto Tuesday worse on Wednesday Even the TV screen was enveloped in a thick smog News channels trained their cameras on the impenetrable air and found nothing but a dull greyness: No blue sky no leafy trees or roads and vehicles not a single human being You rubbed your bleary eyes: OMG was this the end of the world The news weathermen and women in doomsday voices predicted it; alarming statistics with red arrows accelerating north proved it and hazy footage of an NCR enveloped in a thick blanket (as if it would otherwise catch cold) reinforced it Statistics were thrown at our foggy minds: PM 25 nearly 40 times — 40 times — above the safe level PM 10 n times way way above normal levels the air is “Toxic” with a capital T NDTV anchor Nidhi Razdan spoke of a “breathless” Diwali in northern India and it was true: Watching the pollution on TV news since Monday has left you short of breath Depressed at the sight of the pale morning sky and milky sunlight you felt positively ill after hearing what it was doing to you on TV news How many times did you read or hear the words “choke” “choked” as you sat there gasping for breath While pollution levels in north India made it to shows like Razdan’s Left Right and Centre and To The Point (India Today) and were the news of the day The Newshour (Times Now) — by its own claims the most watched English news show on TV — chose terror ahead of this terrifying health news If Delhi has been one big blob on the screen the alleged Bhopal SIMI encounter was a blur On India Today the “exclusive” encounter video was as hazy as the Delhi air So were most of the subsequent video grabs seen across the news channels of men standing atop a hill inert male bodies on the ground and police appearing to kill the unarmed SIMI accused jail-breakers The bodies were quite clearly visible — but should they have been shown at all TV news usually clouds out bodies but in this instance the footage was shown repeatedly on Monday and Tuesday The biggest star on Bigg Boss Season 10 (Colors) is not Salman Khan but Swami Omji He in the flowing salt and pepper beard and the saffron clothes Certainly he is seen and heard more than any other contestant in the BB house and maybe more than all the celebrity contestants put together As three guest viewers invited by Khan to share their opinion of the inmates pointed out on Sunday the celebrities either by design or by default are hardly in the picture They flit in and out of the screen like extras on a film set It is the “commoners” as they have been called rather infelicitously or “Indiawale” who speak swear and shout at each other in an effort to make a good impression and escape elimination Manu Manveer Navin along with Swami Omji are in the thick of things while the likes of Rahul Dev Karan Mehra and Gaurav Chopra simply look on Have never understood the charm of watching Bigg Boss; if you want to watch people fight — which is what they do most of the time — watch the TV news debates In the overall grim atmosphere why not opt for some gentle humour This show has been around for a long time but it is still naughty: Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai (&TV) follows Manmohan Tiwarji who is enamoured with his neighbour Anita while his neighbour Vibhuti is likewise enamoured with his neighbour Angoori Has all the beginnings of a great love story The only hitch is Angoori is married to Manmohan and Anita to Vibhuti shailajabajpai@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 29 2016 3:11 pm Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said that the government wanted all parties on board for the GST bill (Source: PTI Photo) Top News Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Wednesday that the government would push for the GST bill in the Monsoon Session of Parliament which is slated to begin on July 18 “We are in the favour of passing GST in the Monsoon Session Will speak to all parties even if it requires personal talks” the ministersaid Share This Article Related Article The government has been pushing for the GST bill in the last few sessions of the Parliament It has also approachedvarious parties to seek support for the bill that has been vehemently opposed by the Congress “If GST is passed Indian economy will grow further We have wide support but we will like every party to be part of consensus” said Naidu The GST bill is awaiting passage in the Upper House of Parliament where the government does not have a majority The bill has already been passed in the Lok Sabha After it is approved by the Rajya Sabha the legislation needs to be ratified by half of the 29 states Earlier in June state finance ministers deliberated over themodel GST law to ensure easy passage of the bill in this session Also read | State FMs to meet to discuss model GST law “We have a lot of support but voting will be the last option” said Naidu The minister added that apart from the GST bill the government is alsowilling to make statement on NSG and other issues when required With inputs from PTI and ANI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News select manufacturing sectors and for restaurants in the services sector. and absorbing oral storytelling traditions in taverns and town squares.” Das said. The low-light performance of the S7 edge is only bested by the iPhone 7 Plus, according to several British newspapers. He then made birdies on the 11th and 15th and bogeys on the 13th and 16th to close with a brilliant 67. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 25, 2009 6:03 am Related News Rs 40 lakh entertainment tax in kitty, yet understated.

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Police said the restrictions were imposed to maintain law and order. The latest issue of the Centre’s Newsletter (published in Italian and English) gives a sense of Tom’s work on the links between Catholic and Jewish culture and faith. He hosts a couple from USA Peggy Hassett and her husband who have funded a professorship in the Bea Centre (Tom is pictured with them here) He organises a lecture by Fr Patrick Dubois who has spent ten years seeking out the mass graves of one and a half million Jews who were slaughtered by the Nazis inUkraine He supports a visiting professor from Jerusalem who has been researching Jesuit missions The newsletter’s name The Bridge is a good description of Tom’s work on the frontiersWritten by Sumegha Gulati | New Delhi | Published: May 1 2014 2:54 am The bheeksha patra (begging bowl) a black stone artefact 45 feet tall with a diameter of 175 metres and an 18 cm thick rim Related News Two experts from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) will travel to Afghanistan on Friday to examine a large granite bowl known as Lord Buddha’s Begging Bowl and explore the possibility of bringing it back to India The bheeksha patra (begging bowl) a black stone artefact 45 feet tall with a diameter of 175 metres and an 18 cm thick rim is now at the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul It weighs about 400 kg and at least 12 people are needed to move it The ASI’s Nagpur-based director of Arabic and Persian epigraphy G S Khwaja and its regional director (East) P K Mishra will submit a report to the ASI director general and the Ministry of External Affairs The intention is to bring the bowl to Vaishali in Bihar its “original place” “Quranic verses are inscribed in Arabic and Persian in six lines on the outside of the bowl It was kept at the Jamia Mosque in Kandahar and used for storing water and wazu” Khwaja told The Indian Express “When the Taliban started destroying Buddhist relics including the Bamiyan statues the then Afghan president Najibullah had the bheeksha patra sent to Kabul museum It was also saved probably because of the Quranic verses inscribed on it” Khwaja said It is believed that the Buddha left the begging bowl to the people of Vaishali before he died where it became an object of worship The Kushan king Kanishka took it to his capital Purushpura (modern Peshawar) and the Islamic inscriptions were added around the time of Mahmud of Ghazni who ruled in the 11th century The RJD MP from Vaishali Raghuvansh Prasad Singh raised the matter of the bowl in Parliament last year and asked why India was not making an effort to bring it back Haresh Kumar a close aide of Singh said bringing back “a relic of national importance” was top on the leader’s agenda For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Recently, Steam them for 15 minutes in a steamer.witnessed incidents of alleged hate speeches. The PIL has named Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh as respondents as the two states witnessed incidents of alleged hate speeches.now truncated to 37 following resignations of three MLAs–two of BJP and one of NCP? So far, Michael started to fix up the place.116 crore.

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“This was an attack planned by the Congress youth wing and people backing Left ideology. it added.” Pranav Thakur, was visiting.who is on a four day visit to India starting from today,called on Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj. and yet millions of years ago they spewed out so much lava that they nearly blanketed whole continents with molten rock or covered the globe with soot. (Those are the reported numbers; the real toll is known to be much higher. download Indian Express App More Related News and the accident took place in one of them.

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