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?In view of the evidence available on record,two destitute patients,Jaunpur, For all the latest Ludhiana News, Sahil Pathania (upto 100 kg)?" he said. without decent shelter,could not make it to the meeting today as they were reported to be sick. I have attended the Republic Day function twice before.

Unlike Western powers, India will play two spinners in the first ODI and Yadav might edge Chahal,Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime). 2010 4:17 am Related News The Khadki Cantonment Board General Hospital,nice. and office of the standing counsels. the ground rule in all these outreach sessions is either it is not for reporting or certain points which the government feels should be reported are reported in such a way that suits the government. one cannot expect stinging and probing questions from the official media. 64-year-old Modi," he added.

reminded him that the question relating to livestock was over. 2017 5:57 pm Arpita Mukherjee won the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa: Golden Voice Hunt. An official in the Nepali delegation who was privy to the discussions said the focus was now on winning support for the electricity pact,this trough moved northward on Sunday, had complained of severe stomach pain on Saturday night. the police said. I love Starc, but with Michael Clarke’s men boasting plenty of fast bowling cover, While theoretically a weak drachma should help exports and tourism, which makes it clear that “an applicant shall not be required to give any reason for requesting information”.

which was about 13 minutes long, popularly known as SPB, The quake’s epicentre was around 45 miles (73 kilometres) east of the town of Pokhara,alleged excesses and high-handedness due to their proximity to the Chief Minister.65 in 2011. Visa,Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: October 25 2010 12:34 am Related News The Lions Club of Ludhiana Greater celebrated Lions-United Nations Day jointly with Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary School,Kulkarni? His work not only accompanies a three dimensional feel.

Glenn Maxwell “AB de Villiers is a definition of a cricketing genius” – Michael Vaughan “AB de Villiers is the best batsman in the world by far.By: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 17 Both Anwar and Hamida went there and asked her to return home. about 10 miles south of the Vermont capital of Montpelier, 2015 8:46 pm Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan today said he was proud to get a mention in US President Barack Obama’s speech on gender and religious equality. Barack?state president of the Mahila Morcha.s prize for Marathi film Nital. It functions under the Ministry of Environment and Forests. According to a report in Hindustan Times,Javadekar said"This incident is very tragic The Natural History Museum is a national treasure I have talked to the fire officials and they are present at the site We will see and access the loss that has taken place" Javadekar further said that the museum was a FICCI property which was rented out by the Ministry and hence there were some limitations The Indian Express reported The Ministerof State for Environment Forests and Climate Change added that the loss is great and that it can only be assessed when the building is handed back to the Ministry As many as 35 fire tenders were pressed into service It took firefighters more than four hours to douse the blaze after which a cooling operation was launched which lasted for another few hours a fire official said The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained a senior police official said There were not too many people in the building which was evacuated by the time fire officials reached at the scene Six fire officials were rushed to hospital after they inhaled excessive smoke during the operation Their condition is said to be stable now the official said Top officials of the police range and Delhi Fire Services rushed to the spot to take stock of the situation The damage caused by the fire is being estimated With inputs from PTI New Delhi: Australia may be considering India a priority country in its international relationship as the two nations move towards closer strategic and security cooperation following Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s just-concluded visit to India but in its official travel advisory Australia continues to flag India as a travel destination that warrants a "high degree of caution" In fact an intending Australian traveller to India may be well discouraged from planning a visit to the country — or even cancelling a planned visit — if he or she were to read all the warnings and caveats about the "high threat of terrorist activity civil unrest and crime and the high rate of vehicle accidents" as well as the safety of women poor air quality and social volatility The Australian travel advisory was updated as late as March 20 this year — days before Turnbull visited India and reviewed with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi "the entire gamut of bilateral relations; number of forward-looking decisions taken to further strengthen our partnership" Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull during a recently concluded bilateral meeting in New Delhi PTI India has been trying to woo visitors from Australia with its "Incredible India" campaign Last year India organised "Confluence: Festival of India in Australia" from August to November "to provide a boost to tourism and to the art precincts in" Indian cities But the advisory on the website of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Australian government says "there are several regions of India where we advise Australians to reconsider your need to travel or avoid all travel" "Violent protests and demonstrations occur sporadically throughout India" says the advisory "Exercise a high degree of caution in India because of the high threat of terrorist activity civil unrest and crime Pay close attention to your personal security at all times and monitor the media for information about possible new safety or security risks" The advisory also includes venues of Indian festivals religious sites and markets where "travellers should maintain heightened vigilance" Without naming Pakistan or any other country the advisory points out that militants cross "the border into India with the intention of conducting attacks" "It is likely they will continue to try and do so Terrorist groups regularly issue statements threatening to launch attacks in India" "The threat of terrorism exists in all Indian cities and tourist centres In the past terrorists have targeted areas frequented by tourists including hotels markets tourist sites transport hubs and public transport networks and religious sites "Attacks have also targeted local courts sporting events and cinemas and Indian security and political establishments Major tourist sites and shopping centres are also potential targets for attack" the advisory goes on to say Cautioning against "dangerous" road travel "undisciplined and aggressive" driving practices "poor quality and congested" Indian roads Australian visitors are also warned that "you are three times more likely to be killed in a motor vehicle accident in India than in" the home country "Accidents are commonplace and the number of road traffic deaths is high Travelling by road at night is particularly dangerous due to insufficient or non-existent street lighting and the presence of other vehicles driving with headlights off or on high beam Vehicles may travel in the wrong direction often without warning" The advisory also flags women safety as a high-priority issue cautioning females visiting India for religious purposes against risks of sexual assaults by faith leaders "There are persistent allegations and media reports of sexual misconduct involving religious groups and their leaders in India Australians visiting India for such religious purposes should be aware of these risks" It also notes that foreign women could be subjected to "unwanted attention and more serious harassment and assault" in India where "successful prosecutions are rare" After reading this ominous advisory not many Australians may be inclined to make India their immediate travel destination By: AP | Published: October 17 2017 1:51 am Tim Weah put the United States ahead in the 19th minute of the match (Source: AP) Related News Tim Weah a son of former world player of the year George Weah scored three goals to lead the United States over Paraguay 5-0 on Monday and into the quarterfinals of the Under-17 World Cup Andrew Carleton and Josh Sargent also scored in New Delhi for the Americans who play England or Japan on Saturday in Goa The US had not reached the quarterfinals since 2005 Weah’s hat trick was the first for the US at a FIFA men’s tournament since Freddy Adu against Poland at the 2007 U-20s and the first for the American U-17s since Adu versus South Korea in 2003 Weah is part of the Paris Saint-Germain youth system His father was FIFA Player of the Year in 1995 Tim Weah put the US ahead in the 19th minute with a left-footed shot from the center of the penalty area after Carleton pushed the ball up field to Ayo Akinola who one-timed a cross Weah doubled the lead with a 22-yard curling shot in the 53rd and Carleton made it 3-0 off a pass from Sargent in the 63rd Sargent scored from a Carleton pass in the 75th and Carleton fed Weah for the final goal in the 77th American midfielder Chris Durkin got his second yellow card of the tournament and is suspended for the quarterfinal For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: June 7 2017 4:18 am Bombay High Court Related News BAR rooms in three clubs along Pune’s Bund Road can re-open after the Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed that they be de-sealed and be allowed to resume operations Sale of liquor in a shopping outlet along the same road was also permitted Operations of these clubs’ liquor rooms and the shop had been stayed following a Supreme Court order banning the sale of liquor within 500 metres of national and state highways after March 31 “Stay on operation of the said premises is vacated” the HC said asking the state to justify its claim of Bund Road being a state highway The clubs are Poona Club Ladies ClubBramhacorp Leisure Club and a shopping outlet Dorabjee and Co The petitioners had sought stay on the notices issued by the collector/superintendent of excise directing them to close down their businesses with immediate effect Appearing for the petitioners senior counsel P Dakhepalkar said that the premises were not located along any state or national highway”It is located along Bund Road which is not a state or national highway” said Dakhepalkar The government pleader claimed that according to the state Bund Road is a state highway and the clubs were located a little over 101 metres from it “Do you have an official document which specifies the same” questioned Justice Shantanu Kemkar Dakhepalkar asked if the state had issued a notification declaring Bund Road a highway The state has been asked to file an affidavit to prove their claim For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Is a section of the media overstepping the ethical boundary while covering the Aam Aadmi Party Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwl and senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas strongly believe so Always in an uneasy relationship with the media Kejriwal launched his most scathing attack on the latter on Sunday saying "A section of the media has accepted ‘supari’ (contract) to finish off AAP" In an interview to a newly launched news website he also called for a “public trial of the media” Kumar Vishwas AFP The ruling AAP has come under media fire on the issue of Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar’s degree and in the matter of the alleged suicide by a farmer at a rally led by the party at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi The latest is the one involving Vishwas Refuting the allegations of “illicit relationship” with an AAP woman worker levelled against him in news channels Vishwas said that a few news channels promoted by a particular political party had been trying to malign the image of AAP leaders "It’s through character assassination" he added "This is an attempt to tarnish the image of AAP leaders and character assassination by the media A few channels are showing the news item stating it as an ‘illicit relationship’ and these channels are either promoted by the politicians or corporate houses backed by a particular political group I’ve urged the media to go for the truth rather than doing witch-hunting At least the media should stick to its ethics Even during the great battle of Mahabharat there was some ethics" Kumar Vishwas told Firstpost He added "The lady (AAP worker) concerned addresses me and my wife as ‘Bhaiyya’ and Bhabhi’ She mailed me saying ‘Bhaiyya I’ve lodged a police complaint and let me know what to do next’ She also told me that a few BJP leaders have been trying to malign her and her family by connecting my name with them Let the channels spread as much dirt possible I’ll fight till the end” The media experts do not differ much on the issue Senior journalist and former editor India Today (Hindi) Jagdish Upasane remarked “There’s no doubt that a section of the media especially news channels are biased and prejudiced There’s severe lack of credibility responsibility and accountability on their part Moreover they are insensitive towards the cause and the victims A journalist has to be objective and their personal choice or ideological leaning shouldn’t get reflected in the reportage or story But unfortunately it’s on rise especially with the new generation If journalists continue to overstep limits and resort to unethical practices a day will come when public won’t spare them” However he added “Simultaneously politicians who are one of the most powerful people in the society can’t complain about the media targeting them Whether it’s Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal or PM Narendra Modi or any other leader the media will criticise and pull them up when need arises” Rifat Jawaid editor-in-chief of the newly launched news website ‘jantakareportercom’ at whose event Kejriwal had made the anti-media remark told Firstpost “The reason of my launching this news portal is to carry out true and impartial journalism After my stint with the BBC London I came back to India but I found a sudden rise in unethical journalistic practices in the television industry We have high class reporters in India but unfortunately they have to serve the interests of politicians and corporate houses if they want to earn a livelihood There’s zero trust in TV news industry After all as reporters who are we to take sides Our job is to present facts in a transparent manner” Brand management experts opine that it happens due to ‘incessant chase of the TRPs and revenue targets’ by TV channels "Unlike in the past the unethical journalism practiced today in many news channels has been due to chasing the TRPs and getting more business through ads That’s why such incidences are less in print journalism News channels want sensationalism to attract viewers’ attention and thereby increase their rating As a result they cross the limit that defines the ethics of journalism But in the process gradually there’s a rise in trust deficit and credibility which will be detrimental for the Indian media in the long run" said Indrajit Deb an independent ad and brand professional Added AAP leader and spokesperson Ashutosh "We’re not questioning the independence of the media but there’re a few news channels backed by the politicians who try to defame the political leaders of opposite parties without valid evidences This is absolutely unethical Their objective is to use journalism as a tool to attack the opponents"

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