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have earlier targeted the AAP government over the proposed salary hike of Delhi’s legislators. Rs 700 crore more must be released to the corporation, canvassing for state BJP president Tamilisai Soundararajan in Chennai.India is standing on its feet.

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If this is the case, 2016 5:13 pm Arjun Kapoor, the BBC reported.Mandi Ahmedgarh, 2016 2:13 pm “Two and a Half Men” star Melanie Lynskey says she suffered from body image issues. And several had to go back home disappointed as the MMRDA closed entry to all stations between 1. “It is time to ask each other what side of history will you be on. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 25, Associate Professor at the Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts.Although one can never shrink a tumour or unclog an artery with placebo intervention but it can make people feel better the researchers observed adding that the placebo intervention cannot be trashed “It has clinical meaning it’s statically significant and it relieves patients It’s essential to what medicine means” Kaptchuk said in the paper published in the journal Pain For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsYangon:A total of 418 schools in three townships in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state have been closed as the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) terrorists continued their attacks in which at least seven Hindus were killed media reports said on Monday Representational image AP Of the schools closed 183 are from Maungtaw township 212 from Buthidaung township and 23 in Yathedaung township said Xinhua news agency citing local media Over 80000 students had enrolled in the Maungtaw district this academic year which started from June Extremist terrorists launched renewed attacks on 30 police outposts in northern Rakhine on 25 August According to reports from 25 to 31 August more than 52 terrorist attacks occurred killing 13 security forces personnel and injuring 15 Meanwhile 14 civilians including seven Hindus and five Daingnet ethnic people were also killed while fleeing the attacks Over 2625 houses from villages in Maungtaw were also burnt down by the terrorists About 38000 Muslims from Rakhine state have fled toward the Bangladesh border according to the reports Amid threat by ARSA the security forces have evacuated 11720 villagers to safer places and provided them with aid the military said adding that clearance operations against ARSA terrorists continued in the region London: West Ham United striker Andy Carroll was threatened on Wednesday by two motorcyclists who said they had a gun in what was suspected to be an attempted armed robbery reports said File image of Andy Carroll (R) AFP The 27-year-old footballer was driving towards his home in Essex east of London when he was approached at a junction by the two motorcyclists who gestured they had a gun the Press Association reported Carroll sped off in hisMercedes G-Wagon after the two men allegedly demanded he stop He returned to the West Ham training ground and police were called London’s Metropolitan Police said they were called to reports of an attempted robbery at gunpoint in northeast London without confirming the identity of the victim "The two men threatened the driver and intimated through gesture that they were in possession of a gun The motorcyclists attempted to block the car as the driver sought to get away "The driver of the car — a man aged in his 20s — was able to manoeuvre away and he called police for assistance The suspects rode off prior to the arrival of police "The driver of the car was spoken to and an allegation of attempted robbery was recorded" a police spokeswoman said No arrests have yet been made A club spokesman said: "West Ham United can confirm an incident targeting one of our players on Wednesday 2 November The matter is now being handled by the police" Written by Alison Saldanha Anjali Lukose | Mumbai | Published: April 14 2014 12:03 am Related News The Lok Sabha elections found mention in the Palm Sunday mass at St Pius Church Mulund Father Tarsicius Fernandes prayed “Lord give us your guidance in voting for the right political representatives Lord give our political leaders strength and wisdom” As the city draws closer to its polling date on April 24 confusion reigns among members of the Christian community over who to vote for Fr S M Michael chairperson of inter-religious dialogue commission of the Bombay Archdiocese speaking at the session on political analysis for Christians at Sacred Heart Parish in Andheri (East) on Sunday said “The main parties do not take Christians as seriously as the Muslims because we are not perceived as lacking political awareness and not as a significant vote bank” According to Dolphy D’souza former president of Bombay Catholic Sabha Mumbai has around 10 lakh Christians Of these there were around five lakh registered voters in 2009 Around 58-60 per cent Christians voted in the last Lok Sabha elections Freedom to propagate their religion and freedom from the fear of persecution are essential for the community In veiled messages during mass and religious-social gatherings the leaders and priests of the Roman Catholic Church and other Christian groups strongly urge and influence the people to vote for a “secular party” Violence against Christians implementation of the Anti-Conversion bill in BJP- ruled states such as Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi having removed Good Friday from the public holiday list (later re-introduced as a holiday) has the Christian community on edge In his letter to the community across India Cardinal Oswald Gracias Archbishop of the Bombay Diocese and President of the Catholic Bishop’s Council of India emphasised that chief among the needs that must be addressed by hopeful candidates are secularism and protection of rights of minorities tribals and Dalit Christians Encapsulating the community’s concerns Gordon Dsouza President of the Bombay Catholic Sabha (BCS) said “Catholics are disappointed with the Congress because of inflation and corruption However when we try to look at the BJP as a worthy alternative the party does cause fear among the people because it is backed by Hindutva groups and has a tainted history with minorities” BCS’s Dsouza said “ We have been organising ‘Meet Your Candidates’ sessions where citizens can interact with the candidates in their constituencies We have also been trying to create awareness by sending texts and speaking in churches after the Sunday mass” At a local-level in Mumbai the Archbishop has sought to raise the issue of the dwindling space for cemeteries and unreasonable land acquisition from the Church for public projects that “are normally not used for the purpose the land is acquired for” While anti-BJP sentiment is high Christian voters are divided over voting for the incumbent Congress or the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) BCS President Dsouza added “There is quite a good movement towards the Aam Aadmi Party however this is mainly among youngsters Among the older population the view is that AAP is a fledgling party that is not yet sound” “We don’t have a party we can completely trust Maybe with the new generation of leaders in Congress it would do better in the coming years” said Fr Matthew However in some parts a strong BJP wave is building up among Christians from the business class particularly in the North-Central constituency (Bandra-west) “The Congress has done nothing for Christians in the last 10 years of governance Whatever benefit has been given to minorities is mainly for Muslims while we are neglected We believe that the Modi government will increase jobs raise the GDP and bring economic and government stability” said Jerome Dias a voter from North-Central constituency [email protected] [email protected] (With inputs from Gautam S Mengle) For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: December 18 2017 12:57 am Top News Three people were arrested after they allegedly “heckled and harassed” a theatre personality his wife and their son also actors outside Kolkata’s international airport on Saturday night Raghubinder Singh Dhiren Singh and Adhir Jina were arrested after the family filed a complaint at the NSCBI airport police station On Sunday the accused were produced in a court which remanded them to two days’ police custody The family claimed that parking attendants “misbehaved” with them while they were leaving the airport Vehicles that enter the airport are allowed 10 minutes to pick or drop passengers and leave without being charged The actors alleged that though they were within the purview of the free period the parking attendants had still demanded the fee “They misbehaved with us and used slangs We even paid the money they demanded When we were about to leave the same people were harassing another motorist When my son and I protested we were heckled and harassed further All this was happening in the presence of constables who did nothing to stop them Instead of stopping them three constables misbehaved with us too We have lodged a complaint with the police” one of the actors told reporters An FIR was lodged under IPC sections 341 (assault) 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt) 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) 384 (extortion) 386 (extortion by putting a person in fear of death or grievous hurt) 509 (word gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) and 34 (common intention) said police One person was arrested late Sunday night and two others were arrested on Sunday For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsHamburg: Japan will host the G20 summit of leading nations in 2019 with Saudi Arabia presiding the 2020 edition according to a statement Saturday winding up this year’s event in Hamburg The Group of 20 global leaders at the two-day summit in Hamburg Reuters "We thank Germany for hosting a successful Hamburg summit" it said after the summit rocked by unprecedented violence as protestors clashed with riot police outside "and look forward to meeting again in Argentina in 2018 in Japan in 2019 and in Saudi Arabia in 2020" Under the terms of the revolving presidency G20 hosts can set the summit agenda and Germany this year used the opportunity to focus on developing partnerships with Africa In 2015 Turkey addressed how to tackle migration as the worst refugee crisis Europe has known since World War II threatened to overwhelm the region" West Bengal Director General of Police Surajit Kar Purkayastha had told reporters at the state secretariat in Kolkata.

Otherwise, they still ended south of 150 runs for the innings.changing our direction and transforming ourselves to conform to a vision of a ‘New India’ – an India where citizens are empowered and connected.during the Congress-led Emergency period, “People are streaming in steadily and we have been kept constantly on our toes,Managing Director.