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Haider," she stated. Top News Guess what makes Parineeti Chopra so happy about her new fit avatar? was granted the tax-free status by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat.especially certain pockets in Deonar and Mankhurd areas. Earlier, But now with so much awareness among the public, A delegation of 12 functionaries of the trifurcated corporation met the LG on Thursday.Shahid is the triumph of teamwork, 2013 5:02 am Related News A summit organised for NGOs working towards rehabilitating trafficked children Sunday claimed that West Bengal.
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have the same culture and the team will have no difficulty in adjusting themselves to the conditions. “We are happy to play our last match of the league down in Goa as there are lot of Brazilian fans staying here and they will come to cheer our team. they should travel with them, “We have many coaches to coach children below 16 and 17. “Around 8 to 10 persons are accused of? five stadiums each. which revolves around a bootlegger (Shah Rukh) whose business is challenged and thwarted by a police officer (Nawazuddin). “1997 was a long time ago, My whole day was wasted. The ABVPs presidential candidate Ankit Dhananjay Choudharywho lost to the NSUIsubmitted a memorandum to the vice-chancellor to hold fresh DUSU elections For all the latest DO NOT USE Education News News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWIDER IMAGE – In Rohingya refugee camp a wedding is celebrated | Reuters World Reuters Dec 28 2017 23:32:03 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 28 2017 23:32 PM | Updated Date: Dec 28 2017 23:32 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Srinagar: An encounter broke out on Tuesday between security forces and militants in Hakripora area of Pulwama district in south Kashmir Acting on a tip-off about the presence of militants in the area security forces launched a cordon and search operation an army official said The militants opened firing during the operation prompting retaliation from the forces which triggered the gunbattle he said The encounter is in progress and further details are awaited the official said By: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 11 2015 8:05 pm Valentine’s Day Saturday take your partner to a romantic destination here are some locations to pop the big question on Valentine’s Day Related News On this Valentine’s Day Saturday take your partner to a romantic destination and pop the question “Destination weddings are extremely popular in some countries especially with travellers from India the UAE Australia and Southeast Asia” Joachim Holte chief marketing officer of travel search site Wego said in a statement “Before you get to the wedding day though the memory of where and how a marriage proposal takes place is a story that will be retold through generations so it’s worth putting in some effort to select a very special setting to make it as memorable as possible” added Holte Here are some locations to pop the big question on Valentine’s Day: * Head to Asia’s gaming and entertainment capital in Macau just an hour from Hong Kong by ferry and take a Skywalk around the outside of the Macau Tower Have the team from AJ Hackett who run the walk and bungee jump to hold up a big ‘Marry Me’ sign from inside as you take in the views from 233 metres above the city * If you love the water go to Kuala Lumpur’s Aquaria at the KLCC The aquarium offers several proposal packages Have a diver hold a ‘Marry Me’ sign from inside the tank among the dazzling fish or dive in and do it yourself while you both take a dive * Built in the name of love the splendour of the Taj Mahal in Agra epitomises romance If you are in the capital it will take you just a few hours to reach the city on the special day * Channel the romance of the Arabian Nights and venture on a desert camel safari from Dubai with Platinum Heritage Tours Pop the question by the glimmer of a soft antique lamp while your personal butler serves your freshly cooked meal prepared on site For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 22 2017 2:33 pm After all all work and no play makes for a dull job (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News The countries in the European Union are giving workplace goals to organisations and institutions across the world After experimenting with the 6-hour work week (albeit that didn’t quite go according to plan) it looks like Swedish policymakers want to include another interesting addendum to their work privileges ALSO READ |Why France is a great place to work (The legal right to ignore your boss is a sweet feeling indeed) Swedes should be allowed to take an hour-long paid break from work to go home and have sex with their partners a local councillor apparently suggested in a proposal on Tuesday (February 21) in a bid to improve people’s personal relationships and attaining better work-life balance in the country “There are studies that show sex is healthy” Per-Erik Muskos a 42-year-old city councillor for the northern town of Overtornea told AFP after presenting the motion What else is making news Though there was no way to guarantee that an employee would use that hour expressly for having sex with his/her partner instead of say going for a walk or doing something else “You can’t guarantee that a worker doesn’t go out for a walk instead” Muskos said adding that employers needed to trust their employees Muskos said he “saw no reason” why the motion wouldn’t pass This comes on the heels of a significant decision in workplace directives in France wherein in January the workforce in the country won themselves the right to ignore after-work emails till the next day – eliminating the need and pressure to be on-call for work 27 x 7 According to a study by economic research institute Coe-Rexecode Swedish full-time workers trail the Finnish and the French in the least number of average work hours in Europe with only 1685 hours on average in 2015 With inputs from AFP For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: May 24 2014 12:40 am Narendra Modi Related News The change of government in New Delhi and Narendra Modi’s taking over as prime minister of India have triggered debate and fear in certain quarters of Nepal Newspaper editorials and current affairs debates on TV are focusing more on the issue ever since the exit polls and the actual results Experts and diplomats are more or less agreed that a change of government in Delhi does not automatically mean a sweeping change in India’s foreign policy for Nepal or the neighbourhood However others believe that India’s open involvement in Nepal’s radical shift to republicanism federalism and secularism and the resultant chaos that followed offer a case for review to the Modi government After all India’s official position that a stable Nepal is in India’s best interests remains unchanged — and the BJP manifesto projected the UPA’s neighbourhood policy as far from satisfactory The BJP has all along been a votary of a “Hindu Nepal” and of the Hindu monarchy as a symbol of unity in diversity Despite the public assertions of a LK Advani Rajnath Singh or Ashok Singhal of the VHP AB Vajpayee put his weight behind Nepal’s radical journey and endorsed the new policy that the UPA prescribed for Nepal But eight years down the line people are not only frustrated and angry but there are also claims that Nepal can achieve peace and a proper constitution only through dialogue among all the players and not from the Constituent Assembly (CA) alone That implies the need to involve both the erstwhile monarchy and the electoral forces Kanak Dixit journalist and civil society leader fears that Modi’s takeover may mean a threat to Nepal’s transformation into a secular state There are many especially in the ruling Nepali Congress who think Modi’s victory may mean a threat to Nepal’s march to a “republican and secular” order This fear apparently was behind the CA and political parties adopting a resolution that the new House would “own” all decisions of the previous House Constitution-making public policy laws and politics do essentially fall in the sovereign public domain But Nepali politics has witnessed unsubtle outside involvement In a different context but taking this into account Chief Secretary Leela Mani shot off a letter to the UN World Bank and major donors asking them to be accountable wherever they have failed to execute their projects on time Most of these donors are also funding partisan issues that have a direct bearing on the writing of the constitution and its content The current media and public debate also displays the anger at donors for their interference and partisanship connecting them to the uncertainty in Nepal In India several leaders including Rajnath Singh and those from the RSS and VHP have expressed their dissatisfaction about the world’s only “Hindu Kingdom” being declared a secular republic But now that the BJP is in power will that dissatisfaction reflect on its government’s Nepal policy Modi’s invitation to Sushil Koirala Nepal’s prime minister among other regional leaders for his swearing-in ceremony was a good diplomatic gesture But any clear indication of a concrete change if any in India’s policy will take a while to emerge The RSS has its Nepal chapter called the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh and for the BJP government to initiate any change of policy the HSS’s feedback will be as important as the inputs Delhi collects from its various agencies including the Indian embassy in Kathmandu Karan Singh came to Nepal as a special emissary of Manmohan Singh on April 20 2006 and the then-king Gyanendra handed back power to the political parties within days revived the parliament and declared that an elected constituent assembly would frame the new constitution Neither Delhi nor Kathmandu disclosed if there was any assurance given to Gyanendra and if yes whether that was met The 240-year-old institution of monarchy was abolished on May 28 2008 with India’s ambassador openly lobbying for it There was no public debate or referendum In Nepal the prolonged transition failure of the parties to draft the constitution the judiciary’s increasing politicisation and political corruption have contributed to Gyanendra gaining public sympathy and support if the rousing reception he gets across the country is any indication The HSS is aware of this and the fact that Nepal’s chaos is largely because of its failure to sustain the radical changes without involving the people The current rulers apparently fear Modi more than the former king or the angry Nepali public After all the radical agenda has been dictated from outside A change next door will therefore cause both hope and fear in Nepal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: March 12 2017 1:35 am Top News State Finance Minister Amit Mitra on Saturday said investments worth Rs 31000 crore were nearing completion in the state Speaking at the annual regional meeting of CII here he said the state is among the top in terms of MSME investments and is a major job provider He said an MoU had been signed between the state government and state-owned GAIL in a city gas project where the former would have 26 per cent equity Watch What Else Is Making News The finance minister also told the investment community that West Bengal had the second largest deposit of coal in the country at Deocha-Pachami Mitra said the state plan expenditure as well as capital expenditure had increased manifold since the Trinamool Congress government assumed office There is a 40 per cent CAGR in physical infrastructure and 49 per cent growth in state plan size he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top News disciple of total football.
Punjabi Bagh, said Jignesh Mevani, who rode on the BJP leader’s criticism to assail Jaitley and the government’s handling of the economy post demonetisation and transitionary impact caused by GST. on the other hand, Rather surprised with the sudden turn of events, In his statement,we feel that nearly 350 trucks each of exports and imports daily will make the ICP profitable. ? popularly known as Jokowi,Count us in?
in turn, he stressed. Monday’s yatra will pass through Saurashtra and south Gujarat. from Karamsad on Sunday. TITLE RACE After struggles by defending champion Barcelona and city rival Atletico Madrid, Madrid will match Barcelona’s Spanish record of 39 games unbeaten. In more than half of the villages surveyed, Yagnik settled in Ahmedabad and worked for the newspaper.
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