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September 16, 2018

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perhaps offering the only indication that this was a Sabyasachi show.814 female candidates had qualified for the written test held at all district headquarters of the state, has been suddenly dropped from the congress ostensibly on charges of "corruption".

India has shown a keen interest to learn a lot from China, he said, The intention could have been to threaten or create terror in the minds of the people. stone-throwing crowds,and have beencaught in a crossfire— but never have I gone through such an ordeal of covering a distance of three hundred metres with a sense of dread in all these years of living in Srinagar as I did on Tuesday evening That walking to your home in the evenings can be frightening was never the case And this fear and uncertainty don’t come in isolation It comes from an extreme fear of being lynched by your own people who want to desperately solve the mystery of braid-choppers and end this festering agony Technology can be a lifesaving medium but it also has a great potential of inducing fear among masses In our homes these days womenfolk prefer to lock the doors fromthe inside whichever room they use and even during daytime Majority of them avoid throngingthe markets despite the fact most of the cases havetaken place behind the four walls There is fear on the streets inside homes at schools offices and even in public transport As I reluctantly walk into the alley I try to distract myself by checking Facebook A video of two tourists who had apparently visited Kashmir to attend a wedding shows up in the news feed Blood is dripping from one’s ear while the otherwith a bloodied nose hands and neck does the talking begging his perpetrators who have mistaken the duo for braid-choppers to let them go Upon reaching home I congratulate myself and customarily thank my stars I am though not sure what will happen tomorrow Patna: The main opposition party in Bihar the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) hit the streets in Patna on Monday against the sand mining policy of the Nitish Kumar government in the state throwing vehicular traffic out of gear RJD supporters shout slogans during a protest march against the Bihar government’s new sand and stone chips sale policy in Patna on Monday PTI RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav also announced a statewide bandh on 18 December against the "anti-poor" attitude of the NDA dispensation in the state The protest march which was led by RJD national vice presidents Raghuvansh Prasad Singh and Shivanand Tiwary and state president Ramchandra Purve started from the party office at the Birchand Patel Marg and concluded at the Kargil Chowk a few kilometres away The JD(U)-BJP coalition government after coming to power in the state in July had come up with a new policy in a bid to put an end to illegal sand mining and regulate its trade Lalu Prasad Yadav’s party has been critical of the policy Road traffic was badly affected along the route of the march at the heart of the town with vehicles including school buses and ambulances seen stranded for hours Reacting to the RJD stir Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi told reporters "They are not agitating for any hardship caused to the common man They are desperately trying to protect the sand mafia which has been funding their party" Told about the deputy chief minister’s remark Tiwary angrily retorted "The state government is neck deep in corruption which has been proved by scams such as Srijan It has no moral right to speak about the mafia funding any party" Singh who is also a former Union minister said "Construction activities have come to a standstill in the state since July when the impractical sand mining policy came into being Thousands of workers have been rendered jobless and compelled to migrate to other states in search of a livelihood" Tejashwi said "The JD(U)-BJP government is anti-poor anti-worker and anti-Dalit Even the directions of the Patna High Court seem to have fallen on deaf ears "Left with no other choice we will now be staging a Bihar bandh on 18 December The bandh will get support from every section of the society as the state is reeling under rampant corruption deteriorating law-and-order and anti-people policies of the government which seems indifferent to the plight of the common man" Written by Lakshmi Ajay | Ahmedabad | Updated: April 16 2017 4:49 am Representational Image Top News Travel agencies in Gujarat have been expecting a significant increase in the number of people booking for holidays at foreign destinations This year however Gujaratis have trained sights on Europe and South Africa and not the USA Among Indian tourist destinations Ladakh and the north-east were the most preferred by Gujarati travellers With a stronger rupee demand for international travel has surged with tour operators in the state looking to clock nearly 20 per cent growth this season Sanjeev Chhajer vice president of Cox & Kings said the rupee being stronger against the US dollar and Euro has helped a lot for a surge in demand to travel to Europe “Croatia is a new entrant with a 10-day package beginning at Rs 175 lakh per person apart from South Africa and Australia-New Zealand” He added there had been a surge in bookings for domestic destinations like Kerala north-eastern states Manali Ladakh apart from the traditional tours to south-east Asian destinations like Singapore-Malaysia-Thailand-Hong Kong circuit “Despite demonetisation and shrinking size of travel budgets the number of travellers has not gone down and we are expecting a growth of 25 per cent this year” Chhajer said Managing director of city-based Akshar Travels Manish Sharma echoed Chhajer: “Demand for eastern Europe South Africa and Russia are picking up but the number of tourists to the USA have dipped from roughly 10000 in 2014 to 8000 in 2016 and just about 1000 this year so far Usually the USA is preferred international holiday destination for group tours from Gujarat This year however we have planned only 11 departures of groups of 45 people each to the US so far We are seeing no fresh applications or enquiries for the US travel due to a negative sentiment arising out of travel ban the country’s anti-immigrant policy” He added: “The geo-political tension has affected tourism to Turkey Egypt and Middle East that were popular last year Among the domestic destinations we are seeing more enquiries for the seven north-eastern states especially Sikkim Nagaland Assam and Arunachal Pradesh apart from Kerala” said Sharma who is looking forward to clock 10 per cent growth over last year Sources added that Mumbai officials of the US Consulate are slated to reach out to tour operators from the state and conduct outreach activities in a bid to allay this negative travel sentiment towards the USA Rajeev Kale president and country head of Leisure Travel Meeting Incentives Conference Events (MICE) who was in Ahmedabad recently said that negative sentiments for travel to the USA had given push to the European destinations this year “Despite a slow start due to demonetisation tour packages to Bhutan Leh-Ladakh and Andaman are seeing double digit growth Most of the business comes from big cities like Ahmedabad Vadodara and Rajkot and tier-three cities like Anand Mehsana Surat Bhavnagar and Jamnagar” Kale added that while travel budgets of Indians have shrunk by 15% they are opting for value category tours as compared to premium “The budget category was also growing by 12 per cent” Meeta Shah director of Flamingo Transworld Ltd said that rural market had been a huge contributor to growth in revenues “The travel period has been delayed by two weeks instead of May 1 this time While bookings to Kashmir has been affected because of the political turmoil there smaller week-long private tours to Bhutan Dubai Sri Lanka Sikkim Kerala and Leh-Ladakh are selling well We are seeing 20 % growth from last year in revenues and a majority of the share is stemming from rural markets like Morbi and Mehsana” Ahmedabad-based Radiologist Dr Trupti Patel who is headed to Scandinavian nations during her summer break said “This summer close to 18 members of my family would be travelling to Scandinavia for 15 days where we will travel via cruise air and road Having travelled to the USA earlier we decided to pick this destination” Gynaecologist Dr Kalpana Munshi travelled to South Africa with her family and friends and clubbed it with a three-day conference she had in March”South Africa had anyways been on our travel wishlist since long and it just coincided with the conference” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Gurgaon | Published: August 20 2017 4:57 am Representational Image Top News Police have arrested four men in connection with the assault on three students including a woman near Asola sanctuary earlier this week According to police sources the accused allegedly beat up the men and molested the woman “All four accused who hail from Faridabad’s Anangpur village surrendered on Friday and Saturday” said Astha Modi Deputy Commissioner of Police NIT Police said the four accused have been identified as Sattu alias Sachin Raheda alias Pramod Kalu alias Deepak and Mohra alias Harish Police sources said the accused had been identified earlier with the help of locals who were among those who rescued the students from their ordeal The accused surrendered even as police teams conducted raids at various locations to track them down he incident took place around 9 pm on Monday when seven students were waiting for a cab to get back to Delhi Three of them including the woman boarded a bike to reach the spot from where the cab would pick them up On their way however they were allegedly confronted and abducted by the accused who held them captive for over an hour The students were finally rescued by their companions who alerted police and asked the cab driver to get help On Friday a sub-inspector from Surajkund police station was suspended in the wake of allegations by the students that police personnel refused to register a case in the matter when they approached them on Monday and instead misbehaved with them A departmental inquiry has been ordered to probe the allegations Hanif Qureshi Commissioner of Police Faridabad had said he students finally registered a zero FIR at Vasant Kunj police station and a case was registered in Surajkund on Thursday evening For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: September 29 2016 10:45 pm Liverpool have won three successive league games scoring 11 goals in the process and have 13 points (Source: AP) Top News Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes Saturday’s opponents Swansea City are a far better team than current form suggests and there will be no complacency as the Merseysiders look to maintain their bright start to the season Liverpool are fuelled with confidence and fourth in the table having beaten Arsenal Chelsea and champions Leicester City in their opening six games of the campaign While it has been a far more testing start for Swansea who are fourth from bottom with a solitary victory Klopp believes they could prove a stubborn obstacle at the Liberty Stadium “They played much better than four points look like” Klopp told reporters on Thursday “They are a good football-playing side with a clear plan and different options in their style of play good defending “We cannot lean back and think that’s how it is until now so it will stay like this especially on Saturday We will be prepared for this game nobody should be in doubt that we know about the quality of Swansea” Liverpool have won three successive league games scoring 11 goals in the process and have emerged from a tough run of opening fixtures with 13 points Klopp however is keen for them to stay focussed and not take their foot of the gas as he looks to turn a good start into a genuine title challenge “It’s much too early to be satisfied with anything this season In this part of the season you create a base for the rest of the season” Klopp said “We have a job to do Christmas will come the second part of the season will come the weather will change We need to stay fit and have luck with injuries “Of course it’s important to have a good start but it’s also important to build on it” Striker Divock Origi is a doubt for the clash against Swansea after he picked up a minor knee injury “He got a little knock on his foot where we had to do a little assessment It’s nothing major but it might be too short a period before the game” Klopp said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: November 21 2016 1:08 pm The Mumbai Collector has claimed that the Indore-based Kasliwal family has illegally transferred this land in South Mumbai’s Mazgaon (Express Photo by Sandeep Ashar) Top News Businessman Ajit Kumar Singh Kasliwal who is the brother-in-law of leading Bollywood producer Kamal Kumar Barjatya has been charged with multiple offences including cheating fraud and criminal conspiracy in relation to an alleged illegal transfer of government land worth Rs 4000 crore in the heart of South 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