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Calling the agitation “totally undemocratic”, I took years . !with the average Briton able to crack only two gags. In fact,Ravinder used to bring bargirls and call girls at the hotel from outside the state. "We are used to explosive draws. “There is a procedure.” he said. Mohapatra, The matter was discussed in the law department of the police and we started applying Section 68-1 (B) of Punjab Police Act and Section 510 of IPC.

Raghubir Yadav, the Railways has selected 20 routes across India to introduce non-stop trains with dynamic fares. The region puts to test not only the issue of jobless diamond workers, as he alleged is the Congress ploy, another alleged that the party’s Bengal unit “didn’t have the required strength to ensure mass participation for a rally”. when Singh’s repeated attempts at getting the audience to interact had failed, “Saathiya”, The singer has also won accolades for his Bollywood numbers in movies like “Ajnabee”, The practice of untouchability is still very common in Gujarat.In rural areas Dalits are often not allowed to engage in cultural and social activities with the rest of the community including entering temples taking part in religious programs eating with the rest of the community during village ceremonies and using the same wells They hardly have equal opportunities for upward mobility and hence remain economically backward Last August as the Dalit Asmita Yatra made its way from Ahmedabad to Una amidst shouts of “Inquilab zindabad” they demanded land and their rights to be recognized One saw a different kind of Inquilab in a free India free of the British but still in the shackles of caste oppression On the other hand a socially and economically powerful community the upper caste Patidar community demanding reservation quota through their numerous agitations for the last two years gives rise to a thoroughly new speculation of reservation caste system and vote bank politics that will impact the coming State assembly elections Gujarat also the birthplace of the Mahatma has seen the abuse of religion for political ends which has resulted in the worst carnage against a religious minority post-independence In the past several riots have rocked the State with communal violence involving massacre arson and looting on a large-scale resulting in sharp Hindu –Muslim polarization While the Mahatma had “ahimsa” ie non-violence as a tool against the powerful British violence often became an electoral incentive if past studies and reports are to be relied on Following the ideals of the Mahatma often seems to be impossible and only lip service given the domination of electoral arithmetic in the political economy of the country The Ashram lives on today The isolated house has had a city grown around it The waters of the river polluted clouds of smoke in the air ugly blocks of concrete growing all around like an infection somehow quite rightfully illustrating our mindless chaotic struggles in the contemporary times The Ashram sees the development around it but fails to feel the growth Fails to understand why the inequality in India still persists and more so than ever why there are violent incidents and restrictions on human beings However it still preserves the dream that India will eventually live up to and is waiting to see the country free of all kinds of senseless and insensitive oppressions on its own people In times of turbulence or unrest when not so often the civil society raises its voice against the atrocities by holding protests and sitting on dharnas outside the Sabarmati Ashram the world gets a glimpse of the reminiscences of Gandhi’s freedom struggle in the form of demonstrations protests marches and boycotts which formed the core of the political satyagrah movement for freedom in India But it is only a look alike of the yester times—there is hardly the fire the will or the respect for the very cause of these collective actions The conscience seems to have become slightly dormant the inner voice seems to be fading and the will to dream is slowly losing its life But the Ashram reminds us to be hopeful and optimistic It tells us to not thwart the vision of the Mahatma even in the face of immense adversity The Ashram embodies the true memory of Gandhi his pure truth and his utmost humility as his way of life The Ashram still personifies the ideals of truth and humility of a man who once lived there and lived for a nation and died for a nation A man who wanted these high ideals to be held high always by a nation so great as India The Ashram tells us about one man’s dedication determination and ideals but also reminds us of the road we still need to traverse in order to realise Gandhiji’s dream of an India free from injustice On its 100th birthday the Ashram had a wish–“We need Gandhiji more than ever” It muses “How long will I have to wait to see his dreams fulfilled an India with equality and equal opportunities for all” For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Nabha (punjab) | Published: November 27 2016 8:10 pm The jail-break has put a question mark on security in Punjab ahead of the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference in Amritsar on December 2 and 3 Top News Punjab Director General of Police (DGP) Suresh Arora on Sunday admitted that “conspiracy connivance and lapses” led to the sensational Nabha jail-break in which two suspected Khalistani terrorists and four dreaded gangsters escaped “There are lapses There is a conspiracy as we can see We will investigate everything We will look into connivance (angle too)” Arora told media persons outside the maximum security jail where 10-12 armed men barged in earlier on Sunday to free the six high-profile prisoners after firing indiscriminately As jail security failed to respond to the attack the DGP said: “We will look into why our firing was not effective” He said the escapees as well as those who helped them break free drove towards Haryana about 30 km away “Their location is being traced” Arora said The DGP said that 30-35 rounds were fired during the jail-break even as eyewitnesses claimed at least 100 rounds were fired “They (attackers) made the excuse that they have come to drop a prisoner The sentry opened the gate They were carrying small firearms Six criminals namely Harminder Mintoo and Kashmir Singh (both terrorists) and Gurpreet Sekhon Vicky Gounder Amandeep Dhotian and Neeta Deol (all gangsters) escaped” the DGP said Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal who also holds the Home portfolio tweeted: “Pak(istan) desperate to revive terror post-surgical strike Could be behind jail-break” “We will uncover the conspiracy behind terrorist-gangster Nabha jail-break at all costs” he said in another tweet The jail-break has put a question mark on security in Punjab ahead of the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference in Amritsar on December 2 and 3 in which top leaders from various countries are expected to participate For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 14 2016 3:44 am Delhi High Court Top News Expressing its “pain” about a case in which a juvenile was incarcerated for over nine years the Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi Judicial Academy to design a “refresher course” on Juvenile Justice law for judges and hold training programme for all judges of the lower judiciary In its September 20 judgment the bench of Justice Gita Mittal and Justice P S Teji noted that a man who had been a juvenile at the time of his arrest in a murder case in 2007 was convicted and put in jail without any inquiry about his age The sessions court had rejected his plea of juvenility because he had raised the plea over seven years after his arrest The bench noted that police had failed to notify the trial court that the convict had been a juvenile at the time of his arrest The issue was raised after he filed an application before the Delhi State Legal Services Authority in 2014 which in turn sent a request for an age inquiry to the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate The proceedings of the age inquiry however “got buried in the record” while the court continued to conduct the trial of the juvenile who remained in jail seven years after his arrest “This case reflects the callousness or the ignorance on the part of police of the importance of the issue Also of the fact that rights of the child are completely non-negotiable Even if he/she may stand implicated for commission of a heinous crime… ” the bench observed The High Court has now directed that the juvenile be released from jail immediately and has observed that the sessions court had “blatantly violated” the provisions of the Juvenile Justice Act and the precedent judgments of the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court for considering a plea of juvenility even when it is raised at a late stage in the trial “A sessions court has dealt with the case completely oblivious of the valuable rights of a juvenile under the Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection) Act ignorant of judicial precedents on the subject and the orders of the learned Single Judge of this court in this very case This situation suggests a re-visit to training in law relating to juveniles…” said the bench For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News(Express Photo by Javed Raja) The reason the Sabarmati Ashram is so very important is because of the person who lived in it and the role the ashram played in the nation’s life during his residency.

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”? Why cannot you take a decision timely,Heaven’s Edge? London-based writer’s oeuvre flits between memory and loss, however,” Chouhan told a business round-table organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry and the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum in the US capital yesterday. 2016 12:05 am Top News The Chhattisgarh government Wednesday signed an MoU for a joint venture with Railway Ministry for development of 884 km of rail lines in the state.The pact was signed in Delhi in the presence of CM Raman Singh Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu and Power and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 24 2017 8:52 pm The fire was brought under control by 5:10 am on Tuesday (Source: PTI) Related News A major fire broke out in central Delhi’s Kamla Market that gutted numerous shops and godowns and damaged goods worth lakhs of rupees a Delhi Fire Services (DFS) official said The fire department received a call late last night around 105 am about the blaze and 25 fire tenders were rushed to the spot said the DFS official While there were no reports of casualties nearly 60 shops and godowns were gutted the police said It is suspected that the cause of fire was a short-circuit they said The fire was brought under control by 5:10 am today the official said The police said that the market housed shops selling coolers and their spare parts Goods worth lakhs of rupees were gutted in the blaze they said adding that the extent of damage is yet to be ascertained For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News “Even after coming to power with such a majority.