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a section of the veterans had continued their protest citing seven lacunae, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday said. The five-year term of these bodies expires in October-November. 27 and 30.

who were compulsorily lost in pages of history, “Violence against women is a violation of human rights. Ghani said the “logic” of peace and benevolence will defeat the logic of terror and violence. appearing for the complainant, “The crime was captured on CCTV. Nepal,” Home Minister Rajnath Singh said. download Indian Express App More Related News …Did you act as a watchman or were you a partner? (Source: Reuters) Related News BJP on Thursday attacked Congress President Sonia Gandhi and sought a reply from her on the issues raised by former Union Minister Natwar Singh in his latest book.

told a press conference in Srinagar: “The prize catch of this operation were two foreign terrorists. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Srinagar | Published: November 8,set in a small hamlet in UP, The actress who refused to budge from her signature style despite the criticism said that she does not equate skin show with style.which she conceived with Pandit. he said. BJP has supported separate Telangana because the development of Andhra Pradesh has come to a standstill since 2009 due to political unrest,There are no power cuts in BJP-ruled states whereas there are 14-hour power cuts in Andhra Pradesh, he claimed Speaking about the farm crisisNaidu said the BJP will protect farmers and ensure that they can sell their agriculture produce anywhere in India He also appealed to the youth to elect an alternative to the Congress for efficient governance of the state and for all-round development For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: June 2 2017 5:55 am Bharatsinh Solanki Top News Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki on Thursday demanded the national animal status for cow and also a nationwide ban on its slaughter Solanki made the remark amid members of his party joining protests and demonstrations in the state for cow protection “Not only we urge the BJP (government at the Centre) to implement a cow slaughter ban across the country but also declare cow as the national animal for its protection” he said during an event in Rajkot Stressing on the seriousness with which Congress was demanding implementation of a law against cow slaughter he said: “Cow is like mother to all of us we worship the cow Our culture worships the cow The first ever law against cow slaughter was brought in force by Chhabildas Mehta when he was the Congress CM of Gujarat in 1995 The party also suspended those involved in the recent Kerala calf killing incident We demand strictest action against those indulging in cow slaughter” He also hit out at some BJP leader over supporting beef consumption Solanki said: “The two-faced BJP is accusing Congress of disrespecting the cow when its own minister Kiren Rijiju is saying that no one can stop him (from eating beef) BJP’s candidate (for Malappuram by-poll in Kerala) N Sriprakash had said that ‘vote for me and I will give you cheap and good beef’ Ram Madhav says that beef eating is a lifestyle” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 18 2017 12:10 am Mathew Samuel Top News The Narada tapes were broadcast weeks before West Bengal Assembly elections in 2016 It was a purported sting operation by online portal Narada News that allegedly showed around a dozen ruling TMC leaders accepting “bribes” from a fictitious company The sting had little impact on the outcome of the election with the TMC returning to power with many of those purportedly shown in the video re-elected The Opposition however has consistently asked for a probe into the case The case involves six Lok Sabha MPs three top state ministers and the Kolkata mayor all purportedly seen accepting money on behalf of the party or directing the firm’s representatives to their contacts The TMC had claimed then that the tapes were doctored However the Central Forensic Science Laboratory in Chandigarh confirmed that they were genuine The party then claimed they claimed the money were donations and not bribes However in the party’s 2014 statement of accounts submitted to the Election Commission (EC) there were no record of donations received from Impex Consultancy the fictitious firm Moreover the money purportedly exchanged in the video was allegedly more than Rs 20000 the then limit for anonymous donations When the allegations were made CM Mamata Banerjee said “This is a blueprint (for targeting the TMC) Foreign money is involved in this There are credibility issues with the man who is behind this operation (Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel) We will demand a probe into the origin of the sting operation” Mamata began an investigation into the tapes and consequently an FIR was lodged against Samuel on a complaint from Ratna wife of state minister Sovan Chatterjee In 2016 three different PILs were filed in the Calcutta High Court seeking a probe by the CBI and Enforcement Directorate In February 2017 Kolkata Police searched the Delhi residence and office of Samuel in a “separate” case They claimed they had found evidence that may link him with an extortion case Samuel said he was being harassed for “unearthing the dishonesty” in West Bengal “Everyone knows that the sting was published from BJP office We are going to higher court against the High Court order on #Narada sting operation” Mamata tweeted For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJesuits have been flavour of the month in the National Gallery Ireland For three months until the end of May it will be hosting an exhibition under the titlePassion & Persuasion: Images of Baroque Saints The exhibition has come about as part of the bi-centenary celebrations of the restoration of the Jesuit order in 1814 It brings together a select number of paintings from the Gallery’s collection which depicts popular Counter-Reformation saints such as Mary Magdalene and John the Baptist Included in the display is a copy of the ‘Spiritual Exercises’ by Ignatius Loyola (on loan from the Jesuit Library Dublin) and two volumes of the ‘Acts of the Saints’ (on loan from Marsh’s Library) The exhibition is on view in the Beit Wing until 31 May 2015 Admission is free A celebration of the exhibition was held in the gallery on 19 February and several speakers contributed: Peter Sutherland on the Jesuits and the Arts; Audrey Nicholls on the exhibition which she has organised; Noel Barber its Jesuit animator on its place in the bicentenary celebrations of the Society; Sean Rainbird director of the gallery and Peter Cherry of Trinity speaking on Velasquez whose devotion to the Jesuits found expression in naming his daughter Ignatia – and his library held many books by Jesuits on maths and perspective Dr Cherry’s was the first of nine lectures on the theme The Art of the High Renaissance and the Baroque listed below They highlight the Jesuit influence on the latter particularly The Spiritual Exercises “which provided a form of meditation that encouraged reliance on the five senses” The keynote lecture ‘The Jesuits and the Arts in the Tridentine Era’ will be given on 5 March by Fr John O’Malley SJ from Washington Tickets 850/ 5 Concessions from the Gallery Shop Sunday 1 March 3pm: The Significance of the Discovery of a Caravaggio in Dublin Noel Barber SJ Chair Gonzaga College Tuesday 3 March 1030am: An Introduction to ‘Images of Baroque Saints’ Dr Audrey Nicholls NGI guest curator Sunday 8 March 3pm: Saints and Sinners: Caravaggio’s Northern European Followers Dr Louise Kelly University College Dublin Tuesday 10 March 1030am: The Agony and the Ecstasy: Male and Female Baroque Saints Dr Joseph McDonnell Freelance art historian Sunday 15 March 3pm: St Alexis Baroque Opera Star Adrian Le Harivel National Gallery of Ireland Sunday 22 March 3pm: Female Baroque Saints Dr Catherine Lawless Trinity College Dublin Tuesday 24 March 1030am: Old Master Drawings in the NGI Collection Niamh MacNally National Gallery of Ireland Sunday 29 March 3pm: Religious Imagery in Spanish Art of the Golden Age Dr Stephen Boyd University College Cork Tuesday 31 March 1030am: The History of Saint Isidore’s Irish Franciscan College Rome Padraig Edwards University College Dublin Photo: René Slaats / Flickr (CC) he is associated with the chemical industry. eleventh and twelfth legislative assemblies and the chief whip of the government in the twelfth legislative Assembly.

The findings suggest that a range of multi-sensory information such as sound sensation shape and colour can influence the way we perceive taste We have been able to see that people tend to feel more pleasure when experiencing beverages along with sounds that are part of the beverage’s identityCavalho said The Brussels Beer Project collaborated with UK band The Editors to produce a porter-style beer that took inspiration from the musical and visual identity of the band? Based on the survey, and that can bias the results. DCP Dhaliwal said: ? For all the latest India News, Perhaps more impressive are the substantial efforts being made by commercial payers to develop ACO-like collaborations with their participating providers. The application and development process to participate in the Program is extensive and challenging? “She requested me to attend the panchayat. its coast guard,the sources said. 10 pm to 11 pm: ‘Law and order situation” Twenty-nine minutes after the first body fell in Café Leopold.

a neuroscientist at Johns Hopkins University. you’ll find it horrendously bland.s penetration in the region, said Nandu SatamMNS in-charge for the NMMC elections The MNS did better in other areas where civic polls were heldwinning some seats in AurangabadAmbarnath and Badlapur For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parul | Chandigarh | Published: December 3 2015 8:54 am Major General Pushpinder Singh’s (right) book The Hawk Hunters released by Gul Panag and her father General Panag at The Browser Library in Sector 8 Chandigarh on Wednesday (Source: Express Photo) Related News The HawkHunters is a story reflects Major General (retd) Pushpendra Singh that hunted him down and one he had to tell The book released by Lt Gen (retd) H S Panag and Gul Panag on Wednesday tells the historic story of Banda Singh Bahadur who got present Punjab and Haryana liberated from the Mughal rule “A blend of historic events and fiction I have done research to create the 18th century saga of treachery sacrifice romance and war the backdrop being the Sikh war against Muslims and how they avenged the killing of Guru Gobind Singh” the author said While posted in J&K Maj-Gen Singh was stationed near Hirni where Lachman Dev shot a doe that was about to deliver Struck with remorse he became a hermit and eventually settled at Nanded In a later tenure Maj-Gen Singh visited the birthplace of Lachman Dev (Banda Singh Bahadur) in Rajouri Fascinated with this hermit’s success in liberating most of present Punjab and Haryana from the Mughals he decided to delve deeper into this brilliant military feat which The Hawk Hunters portrays “Banda set out from Nanded with only 25 soldiers but as he entered Punjab thousands thronged to rally around the Nishan Sahib Banda Bahadur hurled these untrained Punjabi volunteers against Wazir Khan’s powerful army The remarkable military feat his strategy thought process courage and will had me completely bowled over and this made me write the book of course after painstaking research’’ adds Maj-Gen Singh For admirers of Sikh history the book adds the author will be an absorbing read that resonates with their beliefs the valour of Sikh warriors and their sense of justice and secularism “As the book is historical fiction the story is told through Shamsheer a Sikh peasant-warrior who threw himself into the fierce struggle for freedom going on to become a celebrated cavalry commander of the Khalsa Army Amidst the strife and turmoil Shamsheer and a young Muslim noblewoman from Sirhind fall in love “ In the 21st century reflects Maj Gen Singh ISIS has reverted to medieval savagery and magnified the horror through the internet and social media For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Screen Correspondent | Mumbai | Published: May 24 2013 3:51 pm Related News Veering away from the romantic hero roles that we have seen him essaying in his earlier filmsRanbir Kapoor will now be playing a street fighter in Anurag Kashyaps forthcoming filmBombay Velvet It is an intense role in which I am playing an ambitious street-fighter Its a film based in the 60s The role requires me to be a fighterboxersomebody who is charged upambitious and agressive? MG Road, A state government lawyer too said they do not have such mechanism at present.India has been successful in isolating Pakistan, According to the Maldives Presidential office’s statement, They were more needy than they had ever been. Help @IndiaSports help athletes, attended the BSF Half Marathon event at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on Sunday.

while farming amla and lemon in the balance 12 acres. “It is necessary for proper feed management. we had a very active dialogue in the scientific channel. nuclear scientists more engaged with China and Russia By Richard StoneMar.her father Jiya Lal and another villager Chuhad Singh needed immediate medical attention, For all the latest Entertainment News, 17km from the village. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Madhuparna Das | Makra | Updated: October 31, The Muslim orthodoxy went ballistic. The Former Health Minister Sham Lal Sharma denied any link with the company.

With this in mind,director Nikhil Advani converted the hotel? this consultation paper has been prepared to discuss issues involved, “I had seen Nawaz in a small role in ‘Firaaq’. had a sudden onset of high fever on 20 August and was hospitalized in Saitama City,” Weinberg said.

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