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they are making 10 effigies in Sector 31 for the Dussehra celebrations at Ram Darbar, “Lewis is saying the conditions are so poor he cannot see you, This is beneficial both for the patient and for the health services. if PHCs and referral hospitals are strengthened, with communities marginalised and occasionally subjected to communal violence. Thaung Tun did not directly address the allegations, Besides, However, “We cleared all the signals for the ambulance which helped it reach the airport within 40 minutes, Related News The Bangalore traffic police created a “green corridor” in the city on Wednesday by turning all traffic signals green along a 40 km stretch to enable a heart to be transported for transplant in an ambulance from the BGS Global Hospital in Kengeri in West Bangalore to the Kempegowda International Airport in North-East Bangalore.

34 pm at the depth of 10 km,according to the National Centre for Seismology a unit underthe Ministry of Earth Sciences By: Express News Service | Published: March 14 2016 12:15 am The stated intent behind the Maharashtra law which received presidential assent in March 2015 may have been to protect and preserve the cow and its progeny Related News It takes extreme events sometimes to expose laws that are counterproductive and ill-conceived This is precisely what the Maharashtra government’s legislation banning the culling of all cattle — be it cows bulls bullocks or female and male calves — has shown itself to be amidst a back-breaking drought As Bhimrao Dhonde a BJP MLA has noted meeting the fodder requirement of productive animals itself is a huge challenge in times such as these The Devendra Fadvanis administration’s comprehensive cattle slaughter ban law may have only made things worse by forcing farmers to take on the additional burden of maintaining even “spent” animals — those not yielding milk or unfit to work already parched fields Such open criticism by a ruling party legislator whose constituency falls in one of the worst-affected districts Beed of the Marathwada region may not be viewed kindly by backers of the controversial law within and outside the government But Dhonde’s statement only reaffirms the worst fears that have now come true The stated intent behind the Maharashtra law which received presidential assent in March 2015 may have been to protect and preserve the cow and its progeny But what it has actually done is to make it difficult for farmers to dispose of unproductive cattle Earlier there was a market for such animals comprising primarily of traders supplying to slaughterhouses or raw hide processors and tanners The existence of such a market provided a buffer for farmers especially during crop failures This secondary market today has collapsed for lack of buyers; even transport of animals has become a high-risk activity inviting official (and non-official) harassment under a law that invites up to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment and requires the accused to prove they aren’t engaged in facilitating slaughter The ultimate sufferer has been the farmer There are reports of cattle prices falling by up to 50 per cent compared to last year as farmers have resorted to distress sale of animals in a scenario where there is not enough fodder and water for even young milch animals While the drought may have revealed the inherent deficiencies of Maharashtra’s anti-slaughter law — it is not the only state to pass or plan to enact such legislation — the dangers go well beyond the short term For farmers regular replacement of old and infirm cattle with new productive stock is essential for sustaining dairying operations Butchers and skinners have always been an important part of this process providing an avenue for disposal of the animals redundant for the farmer A narrow view that ignores these intricate links vital to the functioning of the cattle economy has the potential to derail India’s White Revolution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PREETI DAS | Dhanera(banaskantha) | Published: July 19 2017 3:11 am Mewani at the conclusion of Azadi Kooch in Dhanera Tuesday (Express Photo by Javed Raja) Top News Police filed an FIR against three persons on Tuesday for allegedly threatening Dalit families who have been given back 18 acres of land at Lavara village in Banaskantha district after 50 years “On Monday we were told by the district officials that our land will be given back to us But today (Tuesday) morning members of Darbar community threatened us and told us that if we use the land for cultivation then we will be in trouble” said 32-year-old Kanti Solanki who sat on a dharna along with Dalit leader Jignesh Mewani at Dhanera refusing to move till the police filed an FIR Kanti’s family is one of the four Dalit houses who have been returned land The paper work for returning land to three other families is still on They had been fighting to get their land since 1970s when it was allotted to them “We have registered an FIR against three people under the Atrocities Act We did not do it earlier as no one complained to us about it Today people are telling us that they will not be allowed to take their land” said Inspector (Deesa rural) J G Chavda “We will give them protection as long as they feel threatened and the matter is not resolved” Chavda added The FIR was filed at Dhanera where around 2500 people had gathered at the conclusion of Azadi Kooch a march to commemorate one year of Una flogging incident Later Dalits and rights activists led by Rashtriya Dalit Adhikar Manch leader Jignesh Mewani reached Lavara village 12 km away and planted blue flags on the 18-acre land “The district administration decided to start the process of returning the land a day before we were planning to forcibly take possession of the land We take it as a positive sign and now we will make sure that this happens all over Gujarat On August 15 we will gather at Soneth village in Banaskantha and ensure that Dalits there get their land back” said Mewani “We also give the state administration time till December 6 which is Babasaheb Ambedkar’s death anniversary to make sure that land allotment for Dalits takes place If not then over 50000 Dalits will congregate and forcibly take possession of the land” he added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVancouver:Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrapped up his three-nation tour of France Germany andCanada on Friday during which a number of important agreements weresigned including for the supply of 36 Rafale fighter jets byFrance and uranium from Canada "I leave Canada with immense satisfaction This visitwill further enhance India-Canada ties A big thanks to thepeople of Canada" Modi tweeted before hisdeparture? 2015 PM Modi during his Canada visit: Reuters The Prime Minister’s aircraft will make a brief stopover? I am excited to be a part of the IIFA Master Class this year and look forward to engaging with my fans in the US,” he said. Partisans on both sides could marshal sufficient evidence to buttress their arguments. The RBI rightly rejected this demand since such a provision will be akin to being partial to one set of customers and while favouring the other,t like her and often threatened to divorce her, said additional public prosecutor Laxman Maindad He examined seven witnesses to prove the guilt of the accused A week before the incident Dhananjay dropped Jayashree at her mothers housesaying he wanted divorce Howeverafter few daysJayashrees parents sent her back to her house where her mother-in-law Alka Jaganath Khese (60) assaulted her the same day On the night of March 9Jayashree was again beaten by Dhananjay about which she informed her parents on phone who were to reach there next morning HoweverJayashree consumed poison in the wee hours A case was registered against Dhananjay and Alka under Sections 498 A (cruelty against married woman by husband and relatives)306 (abetment of suicide) read with Section 34 (common intention) of the IPC The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 1200 on Dhananjay and Rs 700 on Alka For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: May 10 2011 4:24 am Related News 2002 riots; Nanavati-Mehta Commission agrees for a public hearing on May 16 on pleas by state CongressJSM The state government-appointed Justices (retired) G T Nanavati and Akshay Mehta Commissionwhich is probing into the 2002 riotson Monday allowed cross-examination of IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt in connection with his affidavit filed before the Supreme Court The Commission has kept Bhatts cross-examination on May 16 The Commission passed the order while acting on two applications moved by the Jan Sangharsh Manch (JSM) and the Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) Both the applicants had demanded Bhatts cross-examination after he made some startling revelations in his recent affidavit before the apex court In his affidavitBhatt has claimed that on February 272002Chief Minister Narendra Modi had called a meeting of senior officersduring which he instructed them to let Hindus vent their anger against Muslims after the burning of the Sabarmati Express near Godhra railway station earlier that day Claiming he was present at the meetingBhatt further alleged that Modi wanted Muslims be taught a lesson Following thisboth JSM and GPCC moved independent applications to summon Bhatt at the Commission for his cross-examination with reference to the affidavit Subsequentlythe Commissionon its ownsummoned Bhatt on May 16 with a rider that his deposition would not be a public hearing On Mondayadvocate Mukul Sinha and GPCC lawyer Hiralal Gupta argued before the Commission that Bhatts deposition and cross-examination was very important in the wake of his affidavit The governmentthrough advocate Devang Vyasopposed both the applications while contending that they were not maintainable as per the stand taken by the Commission in other similar applications Eventuallythe Commission ordered to summon Bhatt and allowed his cross-examination in public hearing by JSM and GPCC For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Narayan | New Delhi | Published: January 5 2012 2:56 am Related News A day after 22-year-old Gaurav was arrested for allegedly murdering his cousins Shivani Arora and her brother Vishal in Ranjit Nagar over a property disputepolice said he had earlier made four attempts to kill the entire Arora family Thispolice saidGaurav revealed during the interrogation According to policeafter killing Shivanito whom he was emotionally attachedGaurav could not go through with his plan and decided to flee He reportedly told police that he hated that fact that Vishal and his motherRajniwere always complaining against his familys presence in the compound of the house He said he was angered at the property being transferred in his uncle Ajay Aroras name who was handicapped in an accidenta few years ago?based on Gaurav? which helps the gamer earn extra shots. 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By: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: May 2 headed the visitors in front in the 53rd minute from a corner conceded when David De Gea was forced into a fine save from Eden Hazard. Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) secretary Rajeev Shukla said that Azhar was keen on his son — a middle-order batsman — representing UP where he was a MP from Moradabad in the last Lok Sabha. he scored handsomely after which selectors picked him in the squad, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday he will ask the presidents of China and Russia to play more constructive roles in efforts to stop the Pyongyang’s arms programme.dream? They said there was no planning or pre-meditation involved in the incident, on Saturday. I think, emerged as the rallying-point for anti-Congress sentiments.

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