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He is also like a brand ambassador,com | Mumbai | Published: August 3,Vadgaon and some other areas. which is on the U. both hostellers and day scholars, We are checking each name against our records to find out if he has a case registered against him with any police station in the city,and all at the Junagadh Civil Hospital, said Baudin Vishal Hospital Superintendent B T Dayalu refused to comment on the mattersaying? I’m in. In other words.

after reading the news report, Political pundits have favored Krishnamoorthi and Jayapal to win the House of Representatives elections in their November 8 general elections.s discretion whether to follow it or not. Howeverto avoid any kind of criticism from parentsas in the case of St Kabir schoolschools are now preferring to abide by the administration Rude prank Nearly six visitors and the employees at a Sector 16 cafe had to face an awkward situation when they were locked in the shop for three hours Someone had pulled down the shutter of the cafe and locked it The cafe owner thought that their cafe had been sealed The person called the policebut they did not dare open the lock The police contacted the Food and Drugs AdministrationHUDA and Municipal Corporationbut no one claimed that they had sealed the cafe Finally police broke the lock and the employees were freed It looked as if someone played a prank and had locked the cafe Coming Soon The DSP (PCR & Communications) Roshan Lal is likely to become the first SP (Telecommunications) of the Chandigarh Police His application has been forwarded by the Chandigarh police to the Home department and the application is currently under consideration Cleaning drive Panjab University teachers are having sleepless nights and not because of the workload preparing notes for next days lectures It is the latest cleanliness drive initiated by the University Vice-Chancellor Prof R C Sobti He ensures his staff reaches the designated spots as early as 5 am for cleaning the arearight from sweeping and picking litter Such is the situation for his closed group of staff members that they are not left with any other option but to follow him and support his campaign with open heart if not by open eyes Booze time Elections time means free flowing liquor and that is precisely what is happening in the run up to the Municipal Corporatio elections These daysits a common scene to witness queues outside the taverns in the city and the wine shops in the markets throughout the day It seems that prospective voters are being wooed by free liquorcourtesycandidates who are leaving no stones unturned to ensure their victory Perfect example of making hay while the sun shines. “The character has continually evolved and it is so much fun playing him and working with fellow actors who are at the top of the TV game. “This exhibition speaks so much of what the museum represents.was the sole dissenting voice against Gurung and his men when he was murdered on May 21, During the DGHC? 2014 7:45 pm Civilians inspect the aftermath of a car bomb explosion in Sadr city, killing five and injuring 10, witnessed severe action against the protesters from the administration with police resorting to lathicharge on party workers across the state.

Officials said environment standards vary for different industries. the anti-corruption helpline 1031 had got "encouraging" response. her statement that this amount was paid to her for changing her statement is falsified from the record, They will force Greece to default eventually, saying there would be "tangible benefits" for the Philippines to cooperate with China. communities and religions… And you will find that you are living in one of the best countries in the world! ” Also read |Randeep Hooda: My parents think I am absolutely mad The idiom ‘Ignorance is bliss’ suits so perfectly to what the Sarbjit actor has stated here In a way he is right There are certain things that social media blows out of proportion There are certain issues that people on social media have no way of understanding because they have no clue about ‘ground reality’ But does that discount how helpful social media has been otherwise Also doesn’t staying away from news and not debating stop evolution of a human being’s intelligence Is Randeep Hooda right about his advice Also with all the snarky comments and sarcasm that we see today – is this one such sarcastic note After all the tone of sarcasm is better heard than read For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMultiple media reports state that the that DRDO is to tie-up with IIT-Kharagpur to increase the ‘happiness quotient’ of Indian soldiers; somesay the endeavour is devised to bring the smile back to the faces of the soldiers and others say it’s to heighten the morale of soldiers A comprehensive soldier fitness programme is reportedly being worked out aimed at increasing happiness quotient of the Indian Army Manas K Mandal director-general of Life Sciences at DRDO says "We are looking at devising ways to build resilience among our soldiers and it can be done by increasing the happiness quotient among them We will be working with the Rekhi Centre of Excellence for the Science of Happiness at IIT-Kharagpur" Mandal along with Partha Pratim Chakrabarti director of IIT-Kharagpur told the media that “that an increase in happiness levels increases productivity resulting in increased sense of loyalty in soldiers” The reports state that “hundreds of soldiers have committed suicide due to stress in the past six or seven years and many cases of suicides have been reported in Kashmir after the Burhan Wani case” Representational image AFP The idea of the ‘happiness quotient’ has apparently been derived from the concept of gross national happiness (GNH) and the happiness index introduced by the King of Bhutan in 1972 Bhutan is ranked first in the world happiness index Mandal told the media “Unlike the US Army serving in Afghanistan where soldiers require programmes to de-stress our men on the frontlines do not need such tools Most of our soldiers come from struggling families and continue to face hardships on the job so they are much less vulnerable compared to US soldiers in Afghanistan who are used to abundance" "Working in extreme weather conditions (in Siachen for example) for a prolonged period does require a lot of resilience which we can induce through this programme (read proposed programme)” Chakrabarti said adding “This is an emerging discipline and is going to be one of the key pillars by which human development will happen" In the above context both Mandal and Chakrabarti would be well-advised to be very careful of what they say to the media with reference to the army The loyalty of the Indian soldier is unquestionably the very best An odd case of fratricide does not mean that you start questioning the loyalty of soldiers and start working on a programme to educate soldiers across the board about loyalty On the contrary those involved with working on the proposed programme need to go and spend some days living with troops at the frontline to see why they are stressed out Dr Abdul Kalam (later president) as principal scientific advisor had remarked after his first visit to Siachen “I wish I had come to this area earlier during my 26 years with the DRDO" Both Mandal and Chakrabarti actually owe an apology to the army soldiers for questioning their loyalty especially at a time when the army is being denigrated including by putting army soldiers below the policeman in terms of pay and allowances Morale again is a function of command No amount of courses cadres or education programs can teach morale to the soldiers unless there is an improvement in the stressful environment in which they are operating Quoting Wani’s killing when talking of soldier suicides is also stupid Surely soldiers are not committing suicide in mourning or euphoria over this terrorist having been killed Much before Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed on yoga and successfully introduced the International Yoga Day whole infantry battalions were practicing yoga during their entire tenure on the Saltoro Massif in Siachen Glacier and had been coming out stress-free some even without a single weather casualty Mandal should also know that number of suicides in units deployed in peace is more than in those in units deployed in the field The logic that our soldiers coming from struggling families that continue to face hardships on the job so they are much less vulnerable to stress cannot be applied across the board because what is described as “struggling families” are mostly joint families The soldier becomes aware of family or social clash immediately with modern communications and since he cannot rush home every time because of commitments his stress levels go up The civil administration seldom entertains problems of the families back home and why should they when you have politicos making occasional statements that soldiers are meant to die anyway The Centre making any effort toward sthis is out of the question when peacefully-protesting veterans are baton-charged by the police while serving soldiers including wards of those being beaten up watch in horror The defence minister tells Service Chiefs to immediately implement 7th Pay Commission placing the soldiers under even the police and civilian defence employees and the department of ex-servicemen (DESW) takes pleasure in denying dues to every widow and even the war-wounded and disabled forcing them into prolonged litigation they can ill-afford How can the DRDO-IIT evolve programs for the military without going and living with the soldiers along the LoC and experiencing battle environments in conflict situations The happiness quotient is directly proportional to pay commissions and the partial OROP that has been granted plus living conditions of the soldiers and their families The abject penury of the families of the 18 martyrs of the Uri attack shown on TV was moving With the breadwinner gone every penny is vital to them especially when there is no provision to even provide a job to a family member as in the case of police The type of response for the Uri attack doesn’t raise the morale or happiness of the soldier either with terrorists having killed and burned alive 18 of their kin Sure the army must ensure that the officer-soldier relationship remains the very best at all times but what is the DRDO and IIT going to do about the happiness quotient in the civil-military relationship that appears to have reached its lowest nadir How will Mandal tackle the mounting happiness quotient of the politico-bureaucratic mafia that goes euphoric every time the happiness quotient of the soldier declines Besides what Mandal knows and Chakrabarti does not is that during the Kargil Conflict General VP Malik — then Army Chief — was forced to say "We will fight with what we have" The DRDO is the acknowledged culprit within the military as the prime contributor to the low levels of happiness of the soldier With its sprawling mass and manpower the DRDO has failed to provide the soldier with adequate clothing weapons surveillance equipment for day and night operations communications survivalequipment etc when say in the LoC environment the threat to life is greater and demands on the soldier to remain vigilant 24×7 are constantly giving them limited sleep — leave alone the hawks angling to increase theirstress through human rights violation allegations most of which are false The Bhutanese concept of GNH and happiness index of the Bhutanese in Bhutan’s environment is something entirely different from the happiness quotient of the Indian soldier From what is apparent the proposed programme is still an “emerging discipline” and the Rekhi Centre of IIT-Kharagpur primarily runs eight-week programmes for corporate organisations How can the DRDO-IIT evolve programs for the military without going and living with the soldiers along the LoC and experiencing battle environments in conflict situations The policymakers need to look into these issues least we land up in another wasteful project of the DRDO sans any significant gain The author is a veteran Lieutenant-General of the Indian Army Written by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Published: February 7 2017 5:18 am Top News An 18-year-old youth was stabbed to death in a busy timber market in Kirti Nagar after he objected to a group of men harassing his friend’s sister The incident took place Sunday night when the victim Manoj and his friend Ravi were attacked by four people police said Eyewitnesses said the attackers were drunk Protests over “police inaction” broke out and a few shops were vandalised the following day Ravi who lives in a JJ cluster said the accused had earlier asked him to stop his sister from talking to Manoj “I asked them to stay away but they threatened us They also abused my sister We had approached police on three occasions” Ravi said “Manoj who lived nearby also asked them to stop On Sunday we got into an argument That night they caught me and Manoj and attacked us with knives and sticks” said Ravi adding that nobody from the busy market came to their aid DCP (west) Vijay Kumar said “We have launched a manhunt to nab the four accused Some people have been questioned” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: April 24 2014 8:52 am Related News By: Yogendra Yadav Sunil Gupta convinced you that politics and idealism can go together Sunilji is no more His sudden departure was unlikely to make headlines even if it was not in the middle of election frenzy He was not a celebrity (and was happy not to be one) but he was clearly one of the few leaders worth celebrating in our public life If you met him even fleetingly Sunilji or Sunil bhai as he came to be called could convince you that idealism and politics could go together He inspired scores of young Indians to take to public life I was one of them He was a few years senior to me at Jawaharlal Nehru University where he came after having studied in Hindi-medium at Rampur a small town in Madhya Pradesh Tales of his brilliance and “A plus” grades still do the rounds at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning (the name for the economics department at JNU) Satish Jain his teacher told me yesterday that as a first-semester student Sunil had spotted a serious logical flaw in a textbook written by a professor from Princeton He encouraged Sunil to write to the author who admitted his error Sunilji of course never mentioned this to anyone By the time I met him in 1981 Sunilji was something of a living legend in JNU He was the campus’s local Gandhi In a place where fierce political battles were fought within the socialist-communist-left fraternity communism and socialism were not just two ideologies but two ways of life Sunilji represented the non-Marxist socialist stream I found myself following his cult: it meant following Lohia and not Marx we wore kurta-pyajama and not the famous kurta-jeans we took pride in Hindi rather than English and we took to nimbu paani rather than drinking and smoking No one was surprised when Sunilji decided to leave his doctoral studies and a possible lucrative career in economics in favour of the hard life of a political activist He shifted to an Adivasi area in Kesala block in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh No one thought he would survive more than a few months But his partner Smitadi and he lived among the Adivasis with them and like them for the last 30 years In Kesala Sunilji worked towards building the Kisan Adivasi Sangathan an organisation that developed Adivasi leadership through a series of struggles He was instrumental in setting up a fishworker’s cooperative of Adivasis displaced by the Tawa dam This was a model to be emulated as its performance beat both that of the government and the private contractors At JNU he had already met socialist thinkers and leaders like Kishen Pattanayak and Sachchidanand Sinha They were among the founders of the Samata Sangathan a non-party political organisation that decided not to contest elections for 10 years In 1995 this experiment gave way to the formation of a political party Samajwadi Jan Parishad that brought together many people’s movements I was his junior and truant colleague in all these efforts at building an alternative politics Sunilji was a pillar of strength for this party As the natural intellectual and political heir of Pattanayak he guided the party after the latter’s death in 2004 We parted ways in 2012 when some of us joined the Aam Aadmi Party at its inception Sunilji remained firm in his belief that only an ideologically undiluted socialist party could meet the challenge of our times His activism never drowned his intellect Sunilji was a prolific writer and his articles appeared in myriad Hindi newspapers and in the niche magazine of social movements Samayik Varta of which he was the editor His incisive analysis and insights were eagerly looked forward to and discussed in the social movements sector often informing and always influential in the parameters of debate Occasionally he wrote in English too Articles like “Socialism of the New Century” (Kafila August 29 2010) reflect the range and depth of his reflection on the politics of our times He remained an uncompromising critic of globalisation liberalisation and privatisation believing firmly in the possibility of building an alternative model of development Of late he had been a passionate advocate of the Common School System in education Sunilji was not the best known among the activists of his generation but he was arguably the tallest He belonged to the rare species in politics that combines personal integrity selflessness team-building ability and a powerful intellect He made it seem natural that these qualities should come together Getting to know him was one of the most significant influences on my life Even in his absence he made you think about what he would have done or said That is something I will carry for the rest of my life The writer is a leader of theAam Aadmi Party For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan. between 2001 and 2013,HI also, Shehryar said that.

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