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We will take up the matter with higher authorities like the Director Public Instructions (DPI) (Schools) and the education secretary. Hum Modi ji ki tarah dikhawa nehin karte (We don’t pretend to clean like Modi). File picture of Vaswanathan Anand. In the process,The exercise to get coordinates of all the polling stations is underway and should be completed in two weeks. Jain said he is also apprising villagers of how some development projects started during the UPA regime have been put on hold by the current NDA government. ? So why not pounce on it today? The volume quality has little negatives to complain about, And then Delhi happened and the Aam Aadmi Party arrived on the national scene.

police sources said that the probe was pointing towards involvement of Damdami Taksal dera supporters. Recall the fact that during the entire debate on the India-US civil nuclear energy cooperation agreement, This time,has general category seats available in commerce and english. I consider it daring as it is a brave, The state party leaders, the new law will not be applicable in the case of sums under Rs 2 crore, Jaitley even now has too much on his plate: in addition to Finance and Corporate Affairs, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBengaluru: I-League champions Bengaluru FC on Thursday announced the signing of defender Sandesh Jhingan on a season-long loan deal from Indian Super League (ISL) franchise Kerala Blasters FC. Wary of the fact that the party needed the support of the masses.

According to CBI, Meanwhile, 2016 4:53 pm Sharmila Tagore last appeared in Danish Aslam’s Break Ke Baad. Related News Veteran actress Sharmila Tagore says more good parts should be written for women in cinema “Somebody asked me what are my wishes I would say that there needs to be some roles written for a person like Madhuri Dixit Sridevi Wahida (Rehman) ji and myself because Amitabh Bachchan and Rajinikanth seems to be getting them So I think that needs to change” she said while addressing an audience at Times Litfest here Tagore said that she would like to write her autobiography but hasn’t set any deadline for that “There is a time when you want to go back and you want to review your life you want to look back basically I think I want to go through that exercise” she said When asked about whether deteriorating image of women in cinema is contributing to rising crimes against them she said it is easy to blame cinema “It is so easy to blame the image because the image is paramount It is always larger than life and you are always creating the image I don’t think that cinema is bigger thanfamily as an institution So you have to see what is happening in the society and try change that mindset” she said Also read |Sharmila Tagore wants Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt for biopic on husbandPataudi “There is a mindset that has to be changed – the sense of entitlement of the man That happens when you are bringing up someone “If you are going to differentiate between a boy and a girl from age zero then he is bound to grow up with the sense of entitlement” she added More from the world of Entertainment: She feels that films like Piku and Pink are addressing these issues Tagore said that amongst the current lot of actress working in Bollywood Alia Bhatt is her favourite For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nuti Namita | Updated: February 17 2014 10:41 am Related News The denial of Japanese war crimes in China show the nation is yet to come to terms with its history Every country tries to reinterpret its history However this revision is seldom without controversy particularly when it inevitably touches upon the history of other countries Close on the heels of the controversy surrounding Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the Yasukuni shrine late last year comes the reinterpretation of Nanjing massacre Naoki Hyakuta a governor of the Japanese public broadcaster NHK is stated to have denied its occurrence While the chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga brushed his comments aside calling it Hyakuta’s personal opinion the victims of the Japanese aggression the Chinese were not amused NHK one of the biggest broadcasters in Japan appeared to subscribe to Abe’s overtly nationalist agenda The Rape of Nanking as it is sometimes called occurred when Japanese soldiers overran Nanjing in 1937-38 then the capital city of the Chinese Nationalist Government It is postulated that when Nanjing fell approximately 300000 people were killed While Japanese Imperial Army soldiers did confess to their crimes there has always been a vocal group of Japanese nationalists who believe that the incident was made up; that it never happened It has been widely reported that there is an official attempt to revise the history textbooks prescribed in Japanese schools to present a more balanced picture of militaristic Japan and its conduct during World War II especially relating to the Nanjing massacre and the role of the Japanese army in providing Korean women as comfort women for Japanese soldiers etc Abe’s visit to the Yasukuni shrine which honours Japanese soldiers and civilians killed in war may be interpreted in the context of the increasing assertion of nationalism by Japan China’s aggressive territorial claims in the East China Sea caused unprecedented tension in the region and its economic growth and rising military strength pose new challenges for Japan The evident assertion of intensive nationalism by the Japanese may partly be explained by its losing out on the role of a dominant leader in east Asia to China In the 19th century when the influence of European powers moved eastwards the Japanese people began to feel that their independence was being threatened A national consciousness emerged from this sense This spirit of nationalism enabled people to transcend ideological conflicts within Japan which helped the Meiji government make a number of painful decisions in its endeavour to modernise successfully In that process Japan not only left China behind but also began to compete with the West While selective screening of controversial historical facts to eulogise heroism so as to fit the nationalist agenda is in itself reprehensible the unwillingness to accept responsibility for causing untold suffering on their own people and others also raises fundamental moral-political issues It means that Japanese leaders and media are yet to come to terms with recorded incidents of history This is true to a certain extent about China too in the manner in which it handles its own modern history The Chinese insistence that Japan must “face history squarely” and apologise for its conduct during World War II sounds hollow given its own denial of the famines deaths and persecution of its own people by the Chinese ruling party This in turn complicates China’s effort to leverage Japan’s historical misdeeds in the dispute over the uninhabited islands in the East China Sea While impressive bodies of scholarship have reinterpreted the World War II and the making of the postwar world these have had little discernible influence on the official statements and policies of China and Japan Leaders in these nations have yet to come to terms with the great moral-political issues posed by the conflict It is too early to visualise the resurgence of militarism in Japan which shorn of Abe’s political adventurism may mean a recalibration of Japanese nationalism in a neighbourhood that is not peaceful There is a pressing need for unremitting efforts by citizens including peace activists and historians to critically assess the historical record and prevent the recurrence of war Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by TABASSUM BARNAGARWALA | Mumbai | Published: August 20 2017 2:14 am Pramila Pandey with her daughter’s photo Express Related News Seven years after she lost her daughter allegedly to complications stemming from ovum donation the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (MSHRC) has taken cognisance of a complaint filed by Pramila Pandey Fixing the first hearing date in November the commission has asked the deputy commissioner of police Zone X to be present before it The commission will question the reasons behind the delay in “delivering justice” to Sushma Pandey who died at the age of 17 years after illegally donating her eggs at an IVF clinic In a complaint to the MSHRC Pandey has claimed that she approached Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) in 2013 with a complaint against Bandra-based Rotunda – The Center for Human Reproduction Fertility Clinic where Sushma had donated her ova thrice between 2009 and 2010 While the MMC has held at least four hearings in the matter a decision to whether it amounts to a case of medical negligence on the part of Rotunda’s medical director Gautam Allahbadia and his staff members remains pending The MMC currently under the interim charge of its administrator Dr Abhay Chaudhary is yet to get a fresh board of members to handle the backlog of cases On August 10 2010 two days after donating ovum at Rotunda clinic Sushma passed away at Rajawadi hospital after complaining of abdominal pain Pandey claims she was unaware that her minor daughter was an egg donor and she had posed as Sushma Dube with a fake PAN card that showed her age as 19 years In her complaint to the MSHRC she has alleged that the clinic did not follow all safety measures and took no step to verify whether Sushma was eligible for ovum donation The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) guidelines state that an egg donor must be above 18 (later revised to 21 years) and less than 35 years of age The Assisted Reproductive Technologies (Regulations) Bill and Rules (2009) state that a fertility clinic is supposed to verify the age before registering a donor In 2014 the Bombay High Court had pulled up the Mumbai Police for their investigations into the case In 2015 the Sakinaka Police filed a supplementary chargesheet naming Dr Allahbadia along with Dr Kaushal Kadam Dr Gauri Gupta who conducted the surgery anaesthetist Dr Hetal Chabria Dr Kirit Trivedi and Dr Yogen Bhatt as accused An agent Noorjahan and Sushma’s former employer have also been named The case is underway at the Andheri sessions court although no hearing has taken place Sushma had donated her ovum on October 22 2009 February 15 2010 and August 8 2010 before she succumbed to medical complications According to a report submitted by J J hospital a rise in hormones led to shock causing her death “My daughter got no money in return She was lured into this without my knowledge I have been visiting the MMC office and the police station regularly The case has remained stuck for years now” Pandey who resides in Saki Naka said In her one-room flat a picture of Sushma is placed next to a television set Sushma’s father a driver has lost hope that those responsible would be held accountable “The director (Allahbadia) has left the country Other doctors continue to work What about other minors lured into egg donation for money” Pandey asked According to a human rights commission official while the MSHRC cannot hold hearings against a private clinic it can take a decision against government officials including the MMC officials for delaying the case The last hearing in Sushma’s case in the MMC was held in 2015 [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 29 2017 5:15 am (File Photo) Top News The highest decision-making body of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi has recommended three names for the post of the institute’s director: Dr V K Paul HoD paediatrics; cardiology professor Dr Balram Bhargava; and Dr Randeep Guleria HoD pulmonary medicine and sleep disorder The incumbent director Dr M C Mishra retires on January 31 The recommendation of the institute body will be forwarded to the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) headed by the Prime Minister The final choice rests with the ACC The institute body headed by Union Health Minister J P Nadda had considered five names for the job in its meeting on Saturday “These three names will now be sent to ACC which will give the final nod after completing its formal procedures” a senior government official said AIIMS had last month recommended a search-cum-selection committee headed by Nadda which was rejected by the Department of Personnel and Training The PMO had then ordered reconstitution of the panel For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News“Sultanpur me chali andhi Varun Gandhi. was the rallying cry among a huge crowd of young BJP enthusiasts in Sultanpur. a blue Audi plowed into people in the popular seaside town of Cambrils. you have to re-adjust and get ready for the matches accordingly, which is alarmed by the group’s strength in Lebanon and Syria. Getty Sheffield Shield matches at Adelaide, drawing attention to Washington’s own proven predilection for cyber espionage after the Edward Snowden revelations. Gulshan Grover.

this is a defeat for the LDP, He said the summit would declare East Jerusalem as the Palestinian capital and call for Israel to withdraw from territories it occupied in a 1967 Middle East war. after he reached his first-ever double century with a four off Karan Patel, Fog and mist continued to prevail in many parts of Punjab and Haryana, It would be too premature to comment on its implementation and relevance in primary classes. Earlier in the annual systemstudents were made to revise the entire curriculum of a subject at the end of the year Howevernow only half of it or at times even less than that is required for semester examinations It could be good for relieving them of examination related stress but at the same timeit is like readlearn and forget? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Firozabad/hathras/etah | Published: April 21, While no group has claimed responsibility for the attack in the resort city, reported USA Today. Out of 1, sending his approach shot 15 feet beyond the flag before it spun back dramatically and disappeared into the cup.

? but it is also a breeding ground for the corrupt and my efforts will be to weed out this corruption. who now leads the Taliban in its fight against the Afghan government. 2017 5:06 am Top News The UT administration sought additional funds for various projects in Chandigarh at a recent parliamentary committee meeting held in Delhi. US. WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News.

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