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faux fur and also the current favourite, Anything that,t have any effect, said said Md Qamruzzamangeneral secretaryAll Bengal Minorities Youth Federation He also said that if their demands are not metthey would appeal to the Indian government to severe all ties with Bangladesh Barkati strongly condemned the actions of the Bangaladeshi government and said whatever Sheikh Hasina was doing was not only anti-Islam but anti-humanity as well Earlierthe outfits had planned to hold the protest on Tuesdaybut police denied permissionforcing them to hold the protests on March 30 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Darjeeling | Published: September 12 2013 7:22 pm Related News In the continuing crackdown in Darjeeling hillstwo members of the Nari Morchawomen’s wing of the Gorkha Janmukti Morchawere today arrested in connection with old cases Kabita Gurung and Usha Lamacentral committee members of the organisationwere remanded in 14 days’ judicial custody in a Kalimpong sub-divisional court where they were produced The assistant public prosecutor of the sub-divisional court said that they had been booked for taking part in the setting fire of a forest bungalow at Takdah where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had stayed on January 29this year The two were also accused of blocking national highway and destroying government propertythe prosecutor said A prominent businessman Briz Mohan Gargwho was arrested yesterday on suspicion of being a patron of the statehood agitation and an alleged financierwas remanded in two days’ police custody for further investigationaccording to Pankaj Prasadassistant public prosecutor of Darjeeling district courtwhere he was produced In another developmentration dealers in the hills were issued show-cause notices for keeping their shops closed during the agitation The 576 ration dealers have been given three days to respond to the noticesaccording to the food controller and supplier For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Imphal | Published: November 6 2016 5:49 pm Top News Normal life in Manipur continued to be affected on Sunday in the wake of multiple strikes and blockades since October 30 with essential commodities either in short supply or available at inflated prices The state government failed to provide foolproof security to escort over 1500 loaded trucks and oil tankers stranded on the Nagaland-Manipur highway due to these strikes Drivers and their assistants as well as people hitching a ride on these trucks are facing starvation and health problems This week three jeeploads of police offered to escort trucks to safety but drivers stranded on the National Highway-2 refused to come along Watch What Else Is Making News Truck driver Rakesh Taorem said keys of their vehicles have been snatched by activists of the United Naga Council “A handful of policemen cannot provide ironcast safety to us since the number of stranded vehicles is over 1500 In the past vehicles that broke down on the way were torched by protesters The government should give us meaningful protection” he said A few petrol pumps operating till now shut down on Sunday However those selling fuel on the roadsides in the black market are doing roaring business Cooking gas is available but at exhorbitant price in black market Prices of consumer items too have shot up Meat and fish brought from other states are in short supply L Basanta who hitched a ride on a truck from Guwahati said: “There is a serpentine queue of loaded trucks coming from Nagaland at the Manipur border There is no food for the stranded Tribal villagers are not allowing stranded perons to hang around or even relieve themselves near their villages” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Esha Roy | Imphal | Updated: July 9 2015 5:44 am The victim was hit on his face by tear gas shells lobbed by the police to quell a protest (Source: PTI) Related News A 17-year-old boy was killed as protests in Imphal demanding the implementation of the Inner Line Permit (ILP) — a travel document to restrict entry of ‘outsiders’ in the state — took a violent turn on Wednesday Sabam Robinhood 17 was among several students who hit the streets demanding introduction of ILP system in Manipur Sabam a Class XI student from the Anand Singh Higher Secondary Academy was hit in his face by a tear gas shell during a police crackdown He was rushed to the nearby Raj Medicity hospital but declared dead on arrival Share This Article Related Article Fearing more violence after the student’s death the Manipur government imposed an indefinite curfew in the Greater Imphal area — the city limits of Imphal West and East districts In March the state passed a bill making it mandatory for all non-Manipuris to register themselves with the government upon entering the state “This bill is not acceptable to us It does not protect the rights of the indigenous people of the state It simply talks about registration of outsiders and that landlords should register their tenants if they happen to be outsiders But we don’t want this The migrant population is becoming the same strength in numbers as the Manipuris We want nothing less than an ILP to be imposed — like it exists in Nagaland or Mizoram’’ says Ratan Khomdram the convener in-charge of the Joint Committee of the Inner Line Permit (JCILP) – the body that is spearheading the movement in the state The JCILP has been advocating ILP for the past five years But the protests became aggressive recently with the mobilisation of school and college students Khomdram claimed that as many as 100 schools and 10000 students all belonging to Class XI and XII took part in Wednesday’s protests He further said that 100 people were injured in the police crackdown The student protest had turned violent with youngsters pelting stones at the police and destroying public property The cops retaliated with tear gas shells as the protesters began marching towards the State Assembly Thirty injured students including Sabam were rushed to the nearby Raj Medicity While 21 students were discharged nine are still undergoing treatment “The police started firing tear gas shells I was very scared and started running towards the gates of my school which is nearby’’ said Regina Nongmeithem a Class XII student For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Two students from Vidya Valley school located in Sus have been detected with swine flu.expressed “shock” at the soaring dengue cases in Pimpri-Chinchwad compared to the jurisdiction of other civic bodies like the Pune Municipal Corporation.” The leader recalled that it was the same Nitish government that had agreed to arrest Singh, none of his memories, For all the latest Chandigarh News.

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Top News Lambasting Salman Khan for his remark that he felt like a “raped woman” after a gruelling shoot of an upcoming film,By: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: April 19 199 and 200 of the IPC – as for giving wrong affidavit, it adds According to Punjabs Department of Governance Reformsdoing away with affidavits has brought down their numbers at the State Suvidha Kendras from 148 lakh in 2009-10 when the reform was introduced to 11 lakh in 2011-12 This amounts to a whopping annual saving of Rs 600 crorethe Punjab Governance Reforms Commission has worked out For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Updated: March 14 2014 3:31 pm Related News Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday asked parties to refrain from taking advantage out of communal strife and said states should crackdown on elements fanning such violence irrespective of their political affiliations or influence Prime Minister cautions against ‘immature and unwise’ handling of social media Underlining that the onus for preventing communal violence lies with the stateshe said effective steps should be taken by the administration to ensure that small issues don’t snowball into a big controversy “The state government should lose no time to control communal violence sternly The local administration should prevent a small issue from snowballing into a huge controversy and arrest those responsible for spreading it” Singh said inaugurating the 16th National Integration Council meeting PM to visit riot-affected MuzaffarnagarNIC calls meeting “The state should use all means at its disposal to punish those guilty for fanning communal violence and ensure a speedy crackdown on such elements irrespective of their political affiliations or influence” the Prime Minister said Related: Muzaffarnagar memories The Prime Minister said the meeting assumes significance as it was being held in the aftermath of communal clashes in Muzzafarnagar which claimed nearly 50 lives and damaged property worth lakhs of crores of rupees He said the country had witnessed communal clashes recently in Kishtwar area of Jammu and KashmirNawada area of BiharHyderabad and most importantly Uttar Pradesh which has seen an increase in these incidents in the past few months “At timesthe anti-national forces succeed in creating a communal divide between various sections of people and such forces are a big challenge for the democracy of this country” the Prime Minister said and called for effective handling of such forces with an iron hand He said the state governments should make it clear to its officials that “carelessness will not be tolerated” whenever communal tension takes places in their area of jurisdiction “They (officials) are answerable in case of any communal tension or violence” he said The Prime Minister termed as “unfortunate” the debate as to which party would be benefited during elections in case of communal violence “In actualnobody gets benefits from communal discord Such things put a question mark on the very existence of a civilised nation like ours” he said “I appeal to parties and media that they should refrain from giving any political colour or taking any political mileage from such incidents” Singh said With the global world shrinking because of cyber spacesocial media has been used by some anti-social and anti-national forces to circulate fake videos for creating hatred among communities The social media was used to terrorise people in the northeast He said there was a fine line dividing free use of expression on social media “While it is necessary to continue the use of social media for strengthening brotherhoodit is equally important to ensure that anti-national elements don’t misuse the medium” he said The Prime Minister said atrocities committed on brothers and sisters belonging to scheduled castesscheduled tribes and other backward classes are a no less a cause of concern “It is unfortunate that even after 60 years of independencecrimes against these sections are troubling us and such incidents are rising in different parts of the country” Singh said He said during the last three yearsover 10000 crimes against scheduled caste and scheduled tribes have been registered each year “It is important that not only strict action is needed against such crimes but also social and economical condition of the these classes is bettered and they are brought to mainstream” he said The Prime Minister said country’s economic development can be termed complete and satisfactory only if it benefits the common man and weaker sections “A major hindrance in the development of the country is lack of equal opportunities for poor and weak sections of the society We will not let any section feel that they are not part of the mainstream society” he said Singh said government has taken number of steps which will take the benefits of economic development to weaker sections of the society “RecentlyParliament has passed Manual Scavenging Rehabilitation Bill which will help eradicate such inhuman practice But still economic and social inequalities are still a major challenge I understand we need to pay due attention to reduce inequality and deprivation in society” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 22 2017 8:48 pm Amritsar: Punjab captain Harbhajan Singh practicing for the Ranji Trophy match in Amritsar on Tuesday PTI Photo By Shiva Sharma (Source: PTI) Related News Veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh is an active figure on social media and from supporting the national team to updating his fans he makes sure that he remains a presence online Harbhajan who is currently representing Punjab in the Ranji Trophy 2017 posted a photo of him bowling in the nets on November 22 However it did not go well as one of the Twitter users went on to ask the off-spinner to realise that his days of making a comeback in the national team are over and he should not make a fool of himself “As the saying goes “U can’t teach an old dog new tricks”Bhajji ur best days r over realise it n call it a dayRetire with grace from international cricketDont make a fool of iurself like some of ur predecessorsis all I can say (sic)” said the user As the saying goes “U can’t teach an old dog new tricks”Bhajji ur best days r over realise it n call it a dayRetire with grace from international cricketDont make a fool of iurself like some of ur predecessorsis all I can say — Noel Smith (@NoelSmith58) 22 November 2017 The last time 37-year-old spinner was seen in Indian jersey was in 2016 in a T20I match against UAE However he has not featured in Tests or ODIs since 2015 Replying to Smith’s message Harbhajan said?

their own people are deserting them because of their foul policies. said the official.

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