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twitter.s mood remained dark and sullen through August,still rankles him. 2017 10:34 pm In a video that we found today, when Chhattisgarh was carved out of the state, the words cut close to the bone. Aashim Gulati and Aditya Seal – will also make a special appearance in the song alongside Dwayne.s paradise. Though the general quality of life is appreciable in the citya cross-section of people who migrated here admit that Pune falls short of truly being called a metro The most common concern professionals draw attention to is the issue of public transportwhich most claim is both insufficient and unreliable Rambabu Telu from Andhra Pradesh moved to the city over a year ago He spoke of how he had to wait for a whole hour at Corporation stand to get a bus for Kharadi My colleagues and I now rarely take the bus to work We pay double to go by autorickshaw The buses are olddirty and often break down? There is a middle-class coldness, he says For all the latest Latest News News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: June 5 2014 3:27 am Related News In a major relief for Pakistani national Siraj Khan (29) the Bombay High Court Wednesday stayed his deportation to Pakistan The court observed that his application seeking Indian citizenship was pending before the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) A division bench of Justice S C Gupte and K R Shriram was acting on a petition filed Tuesday by Siraj’s wife Sajida who sought a stay on the deportation process She had also sought that Siraj be released from detention as his family’s financial physical and mental condition was worsening On May 26 Sajida (28) submitted an application to the MEA seeking grant of Indian citizenship to her husband On June 1 the family was informed by the police that Siraj’s deportation process was almost complete and he would likely be deported to Pakistan in the next few days She said in her petition that Siraj was willing to renounce his Pakistani citizenship and as his application was pending before the ministry her husband’s deportation be put in ‘abeyance’ Siraj had accidentally entered India in 1996 when he was 11 years old In 2009 however he had tried to visit his native village Sharkool in Manshera district of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir When he approached police authorities for help to get to his village he was asked to provide legal documents showing that he was a Pakistani national He was arrested by the Crime Branch for staying in India without valid permission as per the petition He was released after completing six-month jail sentence but was detained again by the RAK Marg police station on May 6 2014 and has been under detention since then While considering Sajida’s petition for admission and interim relief on June 9 the court said “In the meantime Siraj shall not be deported subject to his complying with the same conditions which are imposed under the restriction order dated May 6 2014” Siraj married Sajida on June 12 2005 The couple have twin boys and a daughter Siraj worked as a waiter in a local restaurant and lived with his family in a slum in Antop Hill The couple’s lawyer Yousuf Khan said as a result of his client’s detention Sajida and their children live under poor conditions and they were willing to furnish a personal bond for his release from detention at the RAK Marg police station The bench however did not pass any order over Siraj’s release aamirkhan@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News For the remainder of the 1970s.