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Police said Pratibha stayed in a small cottage at Malira village with her brother Pradeep and father Jagpal. a person can be detained without bail or trial and the authorities need not disclose the grounds of detention if they believe the detainee can act in a way that poses a threat to the security of the state/country or the maintenance of public order. A number of the examples contained in the EEOC’s Guidance raised considerable concern for employers. The Court vacated the? he is also alleged to have played a role in a series of murders of right-wing Hindu leaders in Tamil Nadu between 2010 and 2013.15 pm.” was “inspired by the breathtaking Taj Mahal and the rich, red.

For all the latest Chandigarh News, During the last auction,for the entire duration of the festival. “We are an important force in national politics now We now have a total of 46 MPs including 34 in Lok Sabha and 12 in Rajya Sabha” he said adding that “Mamata Banerjee is going to be a major force in national politics” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 29 2012 12:09 am Related News A 35-year-old man was arrested for allegedly murdering a 10-year-old girl on Sunday Police said he was arrested a few hours after her body was found in a dustbin in Pul PrahladpurSoutheast Delhi The man has been identified as Gopala resident of Katihar district in Bihar He was arrested from the Tughlakabad railway station while he was trying to flee the citypolice said According to policehe had killed the girlwhose body was found in a garbage dump at 10 pm on Saturday During investigationwe spoke to the residents of the slum where the girls parents lived We found that Gopal lived in a shanty near the girls home He was not at home Gopal and the girl hail from Katihar Gopal was earlier apprehended from his native place on allegations of rape and molestation?Additionally,” The 1300-year big chill is known as the? Jesuits and members of the Curia staff gathered on Thursday 5 January to say a fond farewell to Tom Layden, She drew a smile from the former Provincial when she told the story of how she was tempted to list his attributes as like the King-becoming graces that Malcom speaks of in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.She was discussing this with her colleague Dermot Roantree who quipped back by quoting Edgar speaking of another Shakespearean King- Lear -lying dead on the heath exhausted by trauma and grief “ The wonder is he hath endured so long” On behalf of the staff she presented Tom with a gift and a bound book of selected photos from various events during his time of office In response Tom thanked all present for their support encouragement and kindness during his time as Provincial He said that he had also been greatly supported by the man who formally appointed him to office former Fr General Adolfo Nicolás He had met him at various meetings over the six years and towards the end of his time Adolfo had given him two good pieces of advice which he took on board One was to work as Provincial in mind and body right up to the last day of his tenure The second was to get out of the way and get a break as soon as his time was up “I’m doing both” he said Tom’s last day as Irish Jesuit Provincial was the feast of the Epiphany Friday 6 January He had a celebration that night with the Jesuits of the Province whom he served for the last six years Now his successor Leonard Moloney SJ former headmaster of Belevedere and Clongowes Wood College has taken up the post and all wish him the very best for the years ahead By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 29 2015 5:38 pm APJ Abdul Kalam died on Monday July 27 after suffering a cardiac arrest at IIM Shillong Related News Former President A P J Abdul Kalam the ‘missile man’ who became popular as ‘People’s President’ died today after he suffered a massive cardiac arrest and collapsed during a lecture at the IIM here this evening Gallery: 10 inspirational quotes by A P J Abdul Kalam Kalam who would have turned 84 in October was confirmed dead more than two hours after he was wheeled into the ICU of Bethany hospital in a critical condition following the collapse at around 630 PM Here are five stories you must read on the life and times of A P J Abdul Kalam: READ: Salaam President Abdul Kalam: The end came in the company of students Itwas a setting that had defined his life first as a scientist and then as India’s 11th President It was also one that summed up his final moments On the dais was Dr A P J Abdul Kalam delivering the first lines of a lecture on sustainable development to be followed by a trademark interaction with over 135 students from the Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management (RG-IIM) in Shillong Watch video But then at around 630 pm just as he had clicked past the first two slides he collapsed — 75 minutes later it was official “All efforts were made but Dr A P J Abdul Kalam could not be revived” the Bethany Hospital said in a statement At around 630 pm just as APJ Abdul Kalam had clicked past the first two slides he collapsed — 75 minutes later it was official READ:I can get the youth to dream They have fewer biases about society: A P J Abdul Kalam “Tomorrow if I address a group of youngsters and talk about the flag flying in my heart and how I will uphold the dignity of the nation I can get them to dream But if I talk to people who are 40 50 or 70 plus it will not go down that well Also the youth have fewer biases about their society as compared to the grown-ups” said Kalam “I believe every President before me contributed something in their respective fields — some in politics some in education and others in social services” said APJ Abdul Kalam (Source: Express Archive) READ:Missile Man to President: ‘Kalam drove people to think’ Kalam was also instrumental in laying the foundation of the rocket launch systems at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) during a nearly two decade stint at ISRO from the late 1960s to 1982 Dr APJ Abdul Kalam with Pranab Mukherjee (Source: PTI) READ:The People’s President Reached out his hand and put his foot down as well Known as the people’s President he was the first occupant of the Rashtrapati Bhawan who connected to masses particularly the youth who accessed him via the internet APJ Abdul Kalam with students in Nagpur He was always easily accessible to the youth (Express Photo by: Shekhar Soni) READ: Kalam’sJourney started with cattle shed some cycling help from a colleague Kalam was one of the few young scientists sent by Dr Vikram Sarabhai for training of ‘sounding rockets’ at the National Aeronautics Space Agency in the US When he reached Thumba in 1964 Kalam had little to fall back on He had converted a cattle shed at this coast into a laboratory to work on sounding rockets APJ Abdul Kalam was one of the few young scientists sent by Dr Vikram Sarabhai for training of ‘sounding rockets’ at the National Aeronautics Space Agency in the US For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Updated: August 2 2016 7:26 am Assam floods: Of over 100 animals rescued by forest guards NGOs and local people 18 including eight rhinos are currently undergoing treatment at the CWRC the country’s only wildlife field hospital in Kaziranga (source: PTI) Top News The overall flood situation in Assam is showing signs of improvement as the water-level has considerably receded in the past two days But the world-famous Kaziranga National Park (KNP) which is still 80 per cent under water has been robbed of as many as 218 animals 17 of them being rhinos and over 166 hog deer by the floods in a span of just seven days “The flood-level has receded by one foot since yesterday and is much below the danger level now But about 80 per cent of the Park area is still submerged We have so far recorded the death of 218 animals which includes 17 rhinos and 166 hog deer and the figure is likely to go up as the entire floodwater gets out of the Park” Kaziranga DFO Suvasish Das told The Indian Express over the telephone Giving a break-up of the loss of animals in Kaziranga due to the devastating floods that had recorded an all-time highest level last Tuesday Das said apart from the rhinos and hog deer the Park lost 11 wild boar nine swamp deer six sambar three buffalo two hog badger one porcupine and one python too “All these we lost in just seven days between July 25 and 31” Das said “While 13 rhinos died due to drowning and four died of natural death due to old age hog deer suffered the worst with 152 of them getting drowned and 12 knocked down by vehicles on National Highway 715 that forms the southern boundary” the DFO informed Of over 100 animals rescued by forest guards NGOs and local people 18 including eight rhinos are currently undergoing treatment at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) the country’s only wildlife field hospital located in Kaziranga For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Jammu | Published: September 7 2014 9:55 pm Related News There will be no cross LoC travel between India and Pakistan on the Poonch Rawalakote road as a vital bridge enrote at Chakkan Da Bagh was washed away in flash floods The bridge according to sources was washed away on Friday While the custodian LoC Trade on Poonch-Rawalakote road was not available police confirmed that both cross LoC bus and trade have been suspended from tomorrow Significantly the passenger bus service and trade had been taking place through this cross LoC point during the current week even when state was in the grip of worst flood fury At present while passenger bus from both sides ply on the road only on Monday trade takes place between two sides four daysba week beginning Tuesday Meanwhile? ? he said.

he reportedly told the police that whatever he did was “unintentional”. 37-year-old engineer Muzammil Ansari, then not more than 15.t disappoint anybody, 2016 12:24 pm File Photo: May 2013. BJP, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: May 6, Sherin’s adoptive mother, Apple’s new iMacs will all be coming to India. and the 2017 versions come with Intel’s 7th generation Kaby Lake processors.

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