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Penn suggested Republicans could use that moment as evidence that they had rattled her.m.don’t think India had an answer for us. I think that’s? Mahajan said, thats of "hatching conspiracies against the Aam Aadmi Party leaders and arresting them". BJP has also installed hoardings ‘Chalo Chale Modi Ke Saath’ across the national capital to draw more people to the venue.IE, Usha Tandon, 2014 9:26 pm Related News A 16-year old tribal girl from Songadh in south Gujarat was allegedly sold off to a farmer from Kheda.
to Southeast Asia. have been asked to finalise the plan and submit it before the BEST committee meeting on April 6 for its approval.3 lakhs every year, Not only will it bring the migrant workers under the usual benefits enjoyed by the local residents,including medical insurance and death claims but it will also help the government keep a tab on their activities and sort out the mischief-mongers from the genuine workers Activists are welcoming the move Many say this would help tobreak down the cultural barriers and make it easier forthe migrant community to assimilate into the middle class fabric of Kerala “After all this is a land which believes in the slogan ‘workers of the world unite’ So it is better we start this assimilation process and wipe away the cultural differences’’ said CR Neelakandan an activist based in Ernakulam Neelakandan also adds that it is important for Kerala to realise why it needs to retain its migrant work force “We all need to understand that Kerala’s economy will break down the moment these migrants leave Almost every sector is dependent on them That’s the reality’’ he added Neelakandan’s words stand testimony to the huge influence the migrant population has on Kerala’s economy It is also for the same reason that Kerala can never think of going the Maharashtra way in antagonising its migrant population There is certainly more at stake here than just ‘twisted nationalism’ say Left leaders The arrival of the first batch of migrant workers to Kerala a decade ago was seen as a boon for the state’s struggling manpower From then on it has been a symbiotic relationship that the state has enjoyed with the migrants What the Gulf has been for the average Malayali Kerala has been for the worker from Bengal Bihar Assam Uttar Pradesh and even Odisha for years While a worker in any of these states gets between Rs 100 to 150 after a day’s hard labour in Kerala the worker makes between Rs 800 to 1000 a day allowing him to send out an annual remittance of Rs 25000 crore from the state Every year close to 235 lakh migrant workers land up in the southern state looking for jobs For the state too their retention is crucial Thousands of business establishments ranging from construction to hospitality manufacturing to agriculture arerun by migrant hands alone Contractors admit that migrant workers are the lifeline of the state and one glimpse at the little town of Perumbavoor the scene of the gruesome rape-murder a stone’s throw away from Cochin will provewhy There is hardly anything in the town that would give away its existence as a part of Kerala It is more akin to a busy Tier IIItown in West Bengal or Odisha Signboards in Bengali andOriya greet the visitor to this little town Theatres run Bengali and even Bhojpuri films Churches have special masses in Hindi Bengali and Oriya Some migrants have bought lands married from the localcommunity and are settled here But still the assimilation into local society has been painfully slow Father Sabu Malayil who runs the Jeevika Migrant Workers Movement says that it would take some time for the average Malayali to except the migrant worker as one of his own “Today if you want to build a house you need a Bengali or an Oriya to do your mason work You need him to sweat it out for you but when it comes to dealing with a problem that he faces you will just turn away This attitude of the Malayali has to change We need to understand that a migrant worker is here because he needs work’’ said Father Malayil People like Father Malayil who have been working for migrant workers’ welfare hope the new step by the government would sort out at least a few of the problems But experts on migration studies are not ready to bite yet They say social security measures need to be voluntary in nature and should never be enforced upon anyone just because the person hails from a different state Binoy Peter who heads the Centre for Migratory Studies andInclusive Development says such measures need to be tailormade for the worker who will never stick to one place forever “Most importantly the schemes should be portable and voluntary Otherwise it will never work because these people are seasonal in their movements If a worker registers in say Cochin works here for five years and then goes back to Khandamal he should be able to receive the benefits there too Government should ensure this Otherwise this will be a meaningless exercise” added Peter While the state government strongly believes in the dictum that a few rotten apples don’t spoil the entire basket it would also not like to ignore the concerns of the police force According to the State Crime Records Bureau in the last five years alone 1200 criminal cases of various kinds ranging from theft to murder to rape have been registered against migrant workers A sudden spurt in narcotic cases in the last two years is also attributed to the migrant population who are easy carriers All of this means the state government has on its hands a Herculean task not to forget the sheer numbers of an ever-growing migrant population Spirits however seem to be running high for now Islamabad: Pakistan has prepared a new dossier about alleged militant activities of Indian prisoner on death row Kulbhushan Jadhav and will share it with the UN and foreign envoys stationed here media reports have said The new dossier is based on Jadhav’s early testimonial and statements given in front of the Field General Court Martial about his alleged involvement in espionage and sabotage activities in Karachi and Balochistan reports said A file photo of former Indian naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav PTI The document contains the attested report of Court Martial General as well as the court proceedings timeline The Nation reported Jadhav 46 was tried through Field General Court Martial (FGCM) under the Pakistan Army Act (PAA) and was awarded the death sentence Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa confirmed the death sentence last week The documents will also contain details of arrests and raids done by Pakistan security agencies on Jadhav’s tip-offs "The dossier will be handed over to different ambassadors in Islamabad The Pakistani envoys across the world will also present it to their host states" the paper said The document will also be shared with the United Nations and other global organisations it added On Friday Indian High Commissioner Gautam Bambawale said they would appeal against the death sentence to Jadhav and demanded from Pakistan a certified copy of the charge-sheet as well as the army court order in the case besides seeking consular access to the retired Indian navy officer Pakistan claims its security forces had arrested Jadhav from the restive Balochistan province on March 3 last year after he reportedly entered from Iran It also claimed that he was "a serving officer in the Indian Navy" The Pakistan Army had also released a "confessional video" of Jadhav after his arrest India had acknowledged that Jadhav had served with the navy but denied that he has any connection with the government The Jadhav episode could further strain the India-Pakistan ties which were hit after attacks in Pathankot and Uri by Pakistan-based terrorists last year New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked the research community to come up with a scientific solution to increase crop yield keeping in mind the shrinking land and water resources and stressed the need for bringing in "right" stakeholders so that the benefit of technology can reach the common man PM Narendra Modi PTI "I have always said per drop more crop We must also think about an inch of land and a bunch of crops" the Prime Minister said at CSIR’s Platinum Jubilee event in New Delhi He asked the scientists to work on increasing the production of vegetables to not only address domestic needs but also for exports He also emphasised on pursuing the goal of "time-bound delivery" to meet the needs of consumers "Now that we are in the 75th year.We take forward the single point agenda of time bound delivery" Modi who is also the President of CSIR said He exhorted scientists to undertake "innovative research" especially in areas of health care agriculture water resources waste management and the cleaning of the Ganga Emphasising the need to have ease of doing ‘Technology Business’ he asked CSIR to "bring in right stakeholders so that the benefit of technology can reach the common man" "A technology is considered successful if it benefits the common man At times we invent something but the common man is unaware of it Can it be modified by as per the needs of the common man" the PM asked He asked CSIR to explore new areas like sports research and manufacturing mobile batteries with longer life The Prime Minister also underlined the need for creating a value chain between research institute industry NGOs service providers and consumers He proposed for channelising research funds in a "more effective way" and asked the Ministry to create a website on which all research grants and the work undertaken by scientists in different laboratories could be listed This will he said ensure that there is no duplicity in research which can save both time and money Modi said the government intends to double the farmers income by 2022 for which he asked the scientists to develop some new varieties of crops "If you can develop varieties of dal then it can be used in rain-fed areas and give a boost to production It will also help to address the shortage of proteins in the body" he said The Prime Minister said the 21st century is a technology driven century and "it is important to connect science with the common citizens in this century" he said Founded in 1942 the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is an arm of the Ministry of Science and Technology with 38 state of art institutes conducting researches in varied subjects ranging form aerospace to agriculture Ahmedabad: Reacting to the transfer of Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal to Mizoram today Congress said it was a "political transfer" and an "act to damage democracy" by the BJP Representational image Reuters "It is a political transfer Earlier she was asked to resign but she had declined A governor should not depend on the mercy of the government or cannot be shifted as the government changed" Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) president Arjun Modhvadia told PTI Kamla Beniwal (87) took charge as the Governor of Gujarat on 27 November 2009 "The governor performed her duty within constitutional purview which went against the BJP so many times This is their (BJP’s) mentality This is BJP’s act to damage democracy" state Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi said Despite the central government asking her to resign two days ago she appointed a Congress leader as chairman of a committee to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the Saurashtra University "They want to see their yes man at every post The people have already seen how the BJP-led state government had fought several cases in courts against the Gujarat governor" Doshi said The Gujarat governor’s press secretary refused to react to the issue "So far I have not received any official order from Delhi about the transfer Since it is Sunday today the governor’s office is closed Thus I cannot comment about news of the transfer" Gujarat Governor’s press secretary MM Shaikh said PTI the experienced Benitez has been around long enough not to take anything for granted.50 cr, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 26, second by 178 runs and third by 321 runs only to clean sweep the series. 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For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: August 7 2010 4:35 am Related News Setting aside a lower court orderthe Gujarat High Court today granted CBI two-day custody of former Gujarat junior Home Minister Amit Shah who was arrested for the 2005 killing of alleged gangster Sohrabuddin Sheikh in a staged encounter The CBIwhich had sought his custody for ten dayswas given two days to question Shah Justice Akil Kureshi also rejected the defence plea for videography of his questioning in CBI custody Earliera special CBI court had rejected the agency plea for custody of Shaha close aide of Chief Minister Narendra Modi This made the CBI approach the High Court Mahesh Jethmalaniwho was representing Shahwanted the entire proceedings during the two-day CBI custody videographed but this was opposed by CBI lawyer K T S Tulsi In its petitionthe CBI had sought quashing of the order passed by Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate A Y Dave rejecting its plea for remand of Shah Tulsi submitted that the magistrate had committed an error in holding that because cognisance of offence was taken in a case in which a chargesheet had been filedthe power of police custody or remand had been exhausted Shahformer Minister of State for Home who resigned after a chargesheet was filed against him in the casewas arrested by CBI on charges of murderextortion and kidnapping His senior counsel Ram Jethmalaniopposing the remand by the CBIsaid the agency had no evidence to arrest his client in the first place He alleged that the arrest of Shah was to strike terror among other potential witnesses For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: June 30 2010 1:16 am Related News With a spurt in the numbers of children who went missing in 2009the Central Information Commission (CIC) has directed the Delhi Police to put all related data on their website within two months A comprehensive affidavit recently submitted by the police in the Delhi High Court has disclosed that 2009 witnessed the highest number of children 5946 going missing in the last four years While most of the children were recovered through the efforts of the police and otherwiseas many as 920 are yet to be traced from the city and adjoining areas Following the courts directiveDelhi Police counsel Pawan Sharma had tendered the affidavit before a Division Bench detailing the number of children who went missing since 2006those who were later recovered and the reasons behind their disappearance According to the affidavitthe reasons why they went missing is social in nature and were not of the kind preventable by the police.
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so we cannot really comment on what will be our stand on the issue.inefficient?After the arrest of three persons on Tuesday in Panchkula for gambling on the Big Bash Twenty20 being played in Australia, relayed to Congress in the final few hours before the deadline, Sterling was shot during the altercation and died at the scene, (IE,procuring buses and maintenance equipment and even hiring bus drivers, he says While Gargs family has been running Blueline buses for three decadeshis father Shiv Kumar formed Starbus Limited in 2007 after the government announced its cluster scheme to gradually phase out Bluelines In the process of setting up a new office in Janakpurithe company realised that winning the first bid last April was just the beginning of the ordeal The final deal between the government and Starbus was postponed twice last year because the firm had to show a bank guarantee of Rs 5 crore The deal was finally inked on April 13 this yearafter Starbus was bailed out by Spice Jet Managing director Ajay Singhwho has a 49 per cent stake Due to the recessionary market last yeararranging the bank security was difficult We began with a group of Blueline operatorsbut eventually they pulled out? download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aanchal Bansal | New Delhi | Published: May 19, who had, Tazeen Fatima.
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