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The court had asked for details on classroom sizes,which provide that loans given for unsown areas will not be covered by the scheme, the letter stated For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: January 21 2016 3:27 am Top News A day after Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay General Hospital here received a bomb hoax call police arrested the suspected caller from Gondal Road on Wednesday Acting on a tip off Malaviyanagar police detained Manish Vadodariya (20) from near P D Malaviya College in the morning He was formally arrested in the afternoon for criminal intimidation by anonymous communication Police said Vadodariya a carpenter who hails from Mumbai and stays in Rajkot with his elder sister made calls to three prominent hospitals in the city over the last 10 days claiming that bombs have been planted on premises of the hospitals Vadodariya allegedly made his first such call to G T Sheth Orthopaedic Hospital near the District Collector office on January 8 saying a bomb had been planted there and that it was about to go off Police had rushed to the hospital with a bomb disposal squad and a dog squad only to find that it was hoax “During primary interrogation Vadodariya said that he had gone to G T Sheth hospital on January 4 afer he suffered injuries in a bike accident However he had to wait for three hours before doctors attended him He said that since the hospital staff had harassed him he made the bomb hoax call” Inspector Mulu Godhania told The Indian Express The youth according to police made a similar call to H J Doshi Hospital near M P Malaviya College on Monday and followed it up with a call to P D U General Hospital on Tuesday “He said that he made calls to the rest two hospitals just to have fun and make police and hospital staff run hither and thither” the official said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: December 11 2015 12:46 am Chief Election Commissioner Dr Nasim Zaidi Top News A full bench of the Election Commission (EC) led by Chief Election Commissioner Dr Nasim Zaidi said on Thursday that it is their endeavour to hold the next year’s Assembly polls in West Bengal in free fair and peaceful manner and deploy central forces and IT-enabled efficient and smart observers for smooth conduct of election process “The Election Commission will perform its constitutional obligations and ensure that the Assembly elections in West Bengal are held in free fair and peaceful manner” Zaidi told a press conference here after a series of meetings with officials and political parties “There will be 100 per cent availability of central paramilitary forces in all polling stations well in advance who will be used for area domination and confidence-building measures The EC-appointed observers will be looking into the booth-wise and area-wise deployment of the central forces… the observers will be from outside the state” he said On allegations by Opposition parties of violence during the Lok Sabha poll Zaidi said “As Lok Sabha elections are held across the country the availability of central forces was less But this time central paramilitary forces will be deployed at every booth and supervised directly by the ECI There would be a minimum 2 to 3 layer security to ensure that voters reach the polling station without any threat and intimidation” On the law and order situation in the state Zaidi said “We came here to assess the situation We have already directed our election machinery to take note of record and document any incident with political overtones and provide it to the EC” He added the the EC would continue to assess the performance of district election officials and depending on the assessment and requirement it would take appropriate action “The EC will deploy IT-enabled efficient and smart observers” he said adding if required the number of observers will be increased The poll officer also announced three IT-related initiatives that have been taken up keeping elections in mind “One is ‘Suvidha’ which is a single-window system where permissions for holding rallies public meetings loudspeakers etc will be given to parties in 24 hours This has started operation from the recent Bihar polls The second one is ‘Samadhan’ which is a grievance redressal system for complaints such as political reaction electoral rolls model code of conduct and others The third initiative is called ‘Sugam’ which will address payment issues related to transport operators from whom vehicles are requisitioned” the CEC said Stating that the final electoral roll would be released on January 5 2016 Zaidi added “It is however subject to continuous updation” He said around 31 lakh applications for new voters were received of which 26 lakh were enrolled Even as the state has a total of about 77000 polling booths the number could be enhanced if required he said The CEC added that steps have also been taken to arrest those with criminal antecedents well ahead of the polls to avoid any untoward incidents Earlier in the day representatives of various political parties met the EC bench to submit their suggestions Opposition parties also urged Zaidi to conduct elections in five-seven phases for free and fair poll “We have said the tainted officials who had been accused of partiality in the last Lok Sabha polls should not be used” CPM state secretariat member Rabin Deb said after the meeting While CPM ally Forward Bloc has demanded elections to be held in six phases a Congress delegation led by senior party leader Manas Bhunia requested the EC to ensure presence of adequate central forces ahead of the polls “Central forces are needed to instil confidence among voters We want elections in 5-6 phases” Bhunia said BJP MLA Samik Bhattacharya told the EC officials that the state police should be kept away from the polling stations as they would act according to the instructions of the ruling party Meanwhile the ruling Trinamool Congress delegation led by state parliamentary affairs minister Partha Chatterjee said they have urged the commission to ensure that all legal voters are enlisted in the voters’ list that will be released on January 5 For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: October 19 2015 5:14 am Related News LIKE the JM Road two-way experiment Traffic police’s experiment of opening a short stretch of F C Road for two-way traffic — technically a contra-lane — has failed to evoke a positive response from road users Traffic police however are hopeful that the ‘small but significant’ move would bring great relief to those staying in nearby areas and would ease the traffic congestion on the Canal Road Starting from Saturday morning the Traffic police have opened a narrow contraflow lane on the 100 metres stretch between Jagtap Chowk (near Lalit Mahal Restaurant) to Dnyaneshwar Paduka Chowk This would enable those taking the Sahasrabuddhe Road (the one connecting Model Colony with FC Road through Hotel Ambassador) to go towards Deccan It would also encourage motorists traveling towards JM Road from Ganeshkhind Road to avoid taking the detour through Sancheti Chowk and instead use the Sahasrabuddhe Road and then using the present contra-lane proceed towards JM Road through Ghole Road Sarang Awad Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) said the move was in response to the perennial clogging of Canal Road on it’s Dnyaneshwar Paduka end “In the morning hours the road is so jammed that for a person to cross the square it takes at least three to four turns of the traffic signals Thus the road users end up wasting five to seven minutes just to pass one chowk We have put up the barricades to separate a contra-lane on the stretch between Lalit Mahal and Paduka Chowk which would certainly help in reducing the jams on Canal Road If we get a good response from commuters this experiment could be continued indefinitely” said Awad Arun Awhad inspector in-charge of traffic in Shivajinagar area said the ‘contra-lane’ would not have any impact on the flow of traffic from Deccan towards Agriculture College “The width of FC Road is significantly more from Dnyaneshwar Paduka Chowk to Agriculture College main gate when compared with the stretch from Good Luck Chowk to Dnyaneshwar Paduka Hence despite creating the contra-lane the width of usable road for downward traffic would remain the same” said Awhad Prajakta Patil a third year Bachelor of Arts (English) student who stays in Model Colony welcomed the move saying “I think this move could solve the problem of traffic jam on the Canal Road What the authorities could do is put signage and a signal at the Lalit Mahal chowk so that road users know that they can use the stretch” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: December 2 2016 10:43 pm Virender Sehwag’s commentary has been as much a highlight of the matches as the action on the field itself (Source: Youtube) Top News Virender Sehwag’s on field personality had made him one of the most feared batsmen in the world His knocks are some of the most memorable ones of the first decade of the 21st century and the notion of the tame Indian batsman was forever knocked out of the park by Sehwag As it turns out the man’s name refuses to die out Since his retirement Sehwag started getting noticed because of his witty tweets Sehwag’s wit was carried into the commentary box He was first part of the Hindi commentary team for New Zealand’s tour of India New Zealand was blown out of the park in the series and Virender Sehwag wasn’t leaving anyone in the commentary box From fellow commentators to the players on the field everyone were the target of Sehwag’s swashbuckling sense of humour “Jaise sweep marte hai Municipality ka contract mil sakta hai inko” said Sehwag on Tom Latham’s batting abilities Complementing and roasting a man at the same time is a rare talent and Sehwag makes it look or sound easy Martin Guptill might just be left scratching his head in disbelief when he may have heard excerpts of the commentary He may have needed someone to translate it thouhg Shoaib Akhtar was know for his volatile personality on the field other than his ridiculously fast deliveries and Sehwag has spoilt his spells quite a few times The rivalry seemed to have spilled onto the commentary box It might be difficult to decide a winner in this dual though For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew Delhi: Uttar Pradesh governor Ram Naikon Wednesday expressed the hope that efforts to resolve the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute would bear fruit but stressed that the Supreme Court’s verdict on the issue would be binding The governor’s comments come in the wake of a meeting on Wednesday between Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar andUttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow ahead of the spiritual leader’s interaction with stakeholders in the Babri Masjid-Ram Janambhoomi dispute "This (mediation) kind of effort is being made by those who believe it will help resolve the issue at the earliest I wish their efforts bear fruit But the apex court’s final verdict will be binding" Naik told reporters on the sidelines of an event in New Delhi File image of Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik AFP The apex court has said the issue should be amicably resolved through a cordial meeting of all parties Naik while thanking those making efforts to settle the matter also said the court’s decision would be the final one and everyone must agree to it Sri Sri Ravi Shankar had said in Delhi earlier this week that he was voluntarily mediating on the temple-mosque dispute and would meet all stakeholders in Ayodhya on November 16 Meanwhile the Supreme Court will hear the case on December 5 a day before the 25th anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition Written by The Indian Express | Published: February 3 2012 3:36 am Related News Count the swallows * This refers to The more things stay the same… (IEFebruary 2) We have started reading too much into the Pakistan armys soft pedalling The army did not stitch up Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari because of public pressurebut because of its being out of favour with the US General Ashfaq Kayani has rubbed the US the wrong way in Afghanistan relentlessly The Pakistani army will always be in search for an opportunity to have an upper handif not topple the civilian government Wethereforeneed to wait for more swallows to fly to declare a summer in Pakistan Satwant Kaur Mahilpur Quick fix * The editorial Stopwatch justice (IEFebruary 2) raises concerns about the delays in our justice delivery system Merely granting sanction for prosecution is not enough Justice should also be delivered in the shortest possible time Existing complex procedures make things worse and cause delays before a case reaches its conclusion The corrupt shouldnt be allowed to enjoy ill-gotten gains SC Vaid Greater Noida * Theres nothing wrong in the Supreme Court suggesting Parliament amend the law under which the sanction of a competent authority is a prerequisite to prosecute corrupt public servants This section is abused by the government to protect corrupt politicians and public servants from prosecution by denying or holding back requests for sanction The four-month deadline to grant or deny sanction is also right to begin with Nextdeadlines for the completion of investigation and trial must also be set MC Joshi Lucknow Driving it home * It was sad to read 264 drivers have spotless recordno reward (IEJanuary 30) The authorities dont seem to notice and appreciate the work of these drivers who have ferried passengers for decades without a single mishapsuch as Devidas Govindrao Jadhav whowith a 28-year accident-free recordis still waiting for the acknowledgement of his work Their work ought to have been recognised long ago and rewarded suitably Honouring 10 drivers every year on Republic Day or Independence Day is grossly insufficient It may take a quarter of a century for all of them to be rewarded And some may not live to see that day Yash P Verma Pune No free lunches * The food security bill is being used as an electoral ace by the Congress Our country doesnt need a food security bill but agrarian reforms The government must improve the distribution system of grains News about rotting foodgrain in government godowns is frequent The government must not make farmers dependent by providing free food If food is provided for freeno one will work Kanishka Pathak Dhanbad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mani Shankar Aiyar | Updated: February 11 2014 10:00 am It will take the dogged persistence that Rahul’s father displayed to push for the historic 73rd and 74th amendments which gave constitutional safeguards sanction and sanctity to Constitution-based panchayat raj Related News His vision of devolving power empowering panchayats is lost in the din Why the most superficial anchor in English TV should have been chosen for Rahul Gandhi’s maiden interview is really for his media managers to explain But every time Rahul attempted to drag the programme from banality to depth the anchor stubbornly brought it back to the trivial and the episodic This particular anchor has done more than all the other channels combined to dumb down the political discourse among the twittering classes When I ask people why they watch him the standard answer I get is “Not for enlightenment just for entertainment” And that is really what the nation needs to know So it is hardly surprising that the interviewer bristled when Rahul gently suggested that he was being “superficial” Of course he was It is not in this anchor’s nature to plumb the profound I hope Rahul finds himself a more reflective anchor when he goes beyond the tiny English-speaking audience of that channel to the broad masses in Hindi and other Indian languages Rahul valiantly tried to get the conversation going on what interests him above all — the democratisation of governance a wider and deeper participatory process than we have thus far secured Sixty-four years after the promulgation of our Constitution this remains the most fundamental issue of our democracy: whether the people should be empowered once in five years or on a daily basis The deeper and more effective participation of individuals and communities in their own governance — summed up as “inclusive governance for inclusive growth” — is the most pressing issue of our time As Rahul pointed out (when he was permitted by his interviewer to do so for a moment) 10 years of the UPA have given us the highest rate of growth ever achieved And attempts to make it inclusive have also succeeded in terms of money made available for social sectors like education and health and anti-poverty programmes like the MGNREGA food security guarantees and Aadhaar But if the 12th Plan document confesses to failure to secure “inclusive growth” that is because finances are a necessary not sufficient condition of inclusion So long as the poor and the destitute are dependent on an indifferent and uncaring bureaucracy for the last-mile delivery of public goods and services inclusion will remain a mirage The answer lies in panchayat raj as Mahatma Gandhi long years ago had envisaged and as Rahul struggled in his interview in the face of imbecility to explain Had the anchor given Rahul half a chance to expand on his basic theme the “nation” would have learned what its potential leader wants for the real people of the nation (not just its couch potatoes) We have the framework And we have an injunction The framework is to be found in Parts IX (“The Panchayats”) and IXA (“The Municipalities”) of the Constitution brought into our governance framework through the longest and most detailed amendments introduced by Rahul’s father a quarter of a century ago but pathetically under-utilised after Rajiv was assassinated As the lusting classes turned to faster growth as the road to the faster fulfilment of their avarice India prospered but most Indians have remained virtually where they were — over 70 per cent of the population were “poor” and “vulnerable” as the Arjun Sengupta committee revealed nearly a decade ago The Planning Commission has dismissed that finding But in what was perhaps his most revolutionary remark at the Congress plenary (unnoticed of course by the trivial media) Rahul revived that revelation pointing out that while growth may have taken a hundred million or more out of utter destitution it still left nearly three-quarters of our population “vulnerable” to precipitately falling below the poverty line in the event of the least mishap — accident death crop failure or unemployment Rahul recognises as none since his father has that the only effective safety net for the destitute the poor and the vulnerable is the democratisation of governance so that they are effectively empowered to take charge of their lives and use their own brains and brawn in conjunction with money provided by government to build their own future instead of being haplessly dependent on the bureaucracy-NGO nexus that has so obviously failed to deliver Give them the tools and they will finish the job To do this we have numerous studies conscientiously prepared over the 10 years of UPA 1 and 2 — but equally conscientiously left to moulder in inconspicuous cupboards by our bureaucracy which is deadly opposed to administrative power moving out of their hands and into the hands of elected representatives of the people in the neighbourhoods where the aam aadmi live and eke out an existence These self-same bureaucrats also play on the naivete of many ministers to frighten them off what the same ministers have voted for in their respective state assemblies and Parliament It will take determined political leadership right at the very top as Jawaharlal Nehru demonstrated in giving effect to the path-breaking 1957 Balvantray Mehta report on panchayat raj It will also take the dogged persistence that Rahul’s father displayed to push for the historic 73rd and 74th amendments which gave constitutional safeguards sanction and sanctity to Constitution-based panchayat raj Rahul is certain when his time comes to give top-most priority to the implementation of all we have learned about constitutional panchayat raj in 20 years of practice summed up in a five-volume 1500-page report submitted last year by an expert committee that I had the honour to chair The roadmap for dramatic devolution is ready It needs a dedicated prime minister to steer the recommendations to realisation This is the only way to radically alter the prospects for translating accelerated growth into inclusive development Rahul is the man to do this Not Narendra Modi For Modi was just about the only chief minister in all of India to repeatedly refuse his panchayat minister Bhupinder Chudasama’s request to invite me as Union minister of panchayati raj to visit his state to evaluate panchayat raj in Gujarat Modi had just too much to hide In sharp contrast Rahul wants to take us to Mahatma Gandhi’s “dream” for independent India Asked in 1931 what his “dream” was for azad Bharat Gandhi replied “I shall work for an India in which the poorest shall feel that it is their country in the making of which they have an effective voice” That is the injunction that Rahul has himself laid upon his young shoulders It is of far far greater significance for the future of our nation than the rubbish about “Hindu Raj” that lies at the foundation of what passes for the thought processes of the Sangh Parivar and its latest prophet For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:Aam Aadmi Party legislator from Okhla Amanatullah Khan was on Wednesday booked in a case of physical assault on two engineers Delhi Police said File image of AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan Twitter @KhanAmanatullah A case was registered against Khan and four-five of his associates on the statements of Tashir and Naushad who alleged that the accused beat them up with sticks following a verbal duel over a Facebook post Naushad and Tashir are residents of Shaheen Bagh area of south-east district They were allegedly attacked by Khan’s associates on late Tuesday night Both suffered injuries to their heads and internal organs during the clash Police said a cross-case was also registered against both the engineers at the Jamia Nagar Police Station on a complaint by an accused Feroz that both engineers began arguing first on Facebook and abused Khan and others associates "Khan and his associates were booked under Sections 341325 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code on various charges including causing grievous hurt on the complaint of Naushad and Tashir" Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Romil Baniya told IANS "The two were booked on a complaint about threats abuse and others offensive comments at the Jamia Nagar police station" Khan was earlier booked on a molestation charge levelled by a kin Scuffles water cannon at final anti-G20 march in Hamburg | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jul 08 2017 16:26:09 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 08 2017 16:26 PM | Updated Date: Jul 08 2017 16:26 PM Tags :minister of state for transport, Miley Cyrus briefly flashed one of her breasts and Kanye West ranted at the MTV Video Music Awards. 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