Kaur had a knee replacement surgery at Jagjivan Ram Hospital.
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The Indian Express had reported about the mass deaths of abandoned cattle due to starvation atop the hill,Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 7particularly South 24-Parganas and East Midnapore,Major General ?” he said.Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu rubbished all accusations made by Trinamool “Eastern command said its a regular exercise will do this for 3 days Fine if they (TMC) want to divert from main issues or raise in Parliament” ANI and ENS inputs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: December 10 2015 2:04 am Hardik Patel (Source: PTI) Top News The Gujarat High Court Wednesday barred any sort of media coverage of court proceedings on the habeas corpus petition filed by two associates of Patidar reservation stir leader Hardik Patel after the latter went “missing” on October 22 The petitioners had moved court past midnight alleging that Hardik was kidnapped by Gujarat Police Although Hardik surfaced the very next day the petition was moved as the state government wanted the petitioners to substantiate the allegation of kidnapping before disposing of the case On Wednesday as the matter was being heard petitioners’ lawyer B M Mangukia sought the court’s intervention to bar media from coverage Following the argument the division bench of Justices K S Jhaveri and R P Dholaria passed an order stating that “publicity in any form — electronic or print media — shall not be given to the matter” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAlong with a statement suggesting priorities for the national budget Tony O’Riordan SJ of the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice has just launched a new website feature: ‘Monitoring Cutbacks in Frontline Services’ It aims to record the social costs of cutbacks and closures of projects programmes and services as a result of the curtailment or cessation of public funding See it at: wwwjcfjie/cutbacks For a fuller statement read on Recession Response Requires Radically Different Values – says Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice as it launches website to record cutbacks in frontline services The current economic crisis challenges this country with profound questions as to the values and priorities we should adopt to guide us through these difficult times says the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice in a Statement issued today In the Statement ‘Justice in Recession’ the Centre says that great uncertainty exists as to what policies can and should be pursued in the context of the current crisis However what we can be certain about is what will happen if we as a society continue to adhere to some of the values that were allowed to gain ascendancy during the Celtic Tiger years It is essential it says that we do not allow self-interest the protection of sectional concerns and the bowing to the wishes of the most powerful to predominate at this time Such an approach would mean that those who gained least from the economic boom would be asked to pay most in the downturn Instead the Statement says the values of social solidarity fairness and compassion must strongly underpin the economic and social policies devised to cope with the crisis Launching the Statement Fr Tony O’Riordan SJ Director of the Centre commented: “Over the next two years at a minimum sacrifices will have to be made and people’s lives will be affected by these But we must ask: ‘Which sacrifices’ and ‘Whose lives’” He added: “In a time when everyone in Irish society will feel the effects of the crisis – and would prefer not to – those who are better off need to be aware that there are others who have a greater moral claim to be insulated from the impact of the downturn Without this public awareness the environment necessary for policy responses that may be difficult and unpopular but are just and in the interest of the common good will not exist Recalling that last week the Taoiseach described the current situation as a ‘defining moment’ in our nation’s history Fr O’Riordan said that one of the tasks of this time is to engage in serious debate about the overarching political and economic philosophies that should guide us into the future He commented that the global economic crisis has challenged the ideology which was pervasive for the last three decades that government should have no role or only a minimal role in regulating the market “The wisdom of the maxim that the ‘market is a good servant but a very bad master’ is now being acknowledged by more and more people” Fr O’Riordan said He added there was now a window of opportunity in which we can debate in a more open way the balance required between state intervention and business enterprise and between individual opportunity and social responsibilities “Above all” he said “we need to strongly assert that equality fairness and economic and environmental sustainability have to be at the heart of our definition of development The Jesuit Centre’s statement says that the most immediate test of our willingness to place solidarity and fairness to the fore will be the Budget to be introduced on 14 October It argues it should not be considered ‘unthinkable’ that there would be an increase in income taxes for those on high incomes especially the very top earners who gained so much during the boom years Moreover the current very costly array of tax incentive schemes which by definition are availed of mainly by those who are already well-off should be critically examined and only those that are shown to be essential to economic development and have substantial benefit to society should be preserved The statement says too that increases in indirect taxes must be targeted on non-essential items since such taxes take no account of income and therefore have greatest impact on those who are the least well-off The full version of ‘Justice in Recession’ can be viewed on the website of the 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Netaji’s grandnephew Chandra Kumar Bose termed it a “very positive step” and in the right direction. “We had written several letters to the chief minister and many more to the Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee has responded to the people’s demand” he said while demanding declassification of another 135 files lying with the central government the KGB and those with the British intelligence “We have filed an RTI with the British government and they have responded saying that they are scrutinising the files” he claimed All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) a party formed by Netaji himself in 1939 too demanded that all files lying with the Centre and other states should be made public “These files (with the state government) may not solve the mystery of Netaji’s disappearance” said AIFB general secretary Debabrata Biswas For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 25 2015 3:47 pm Appealing to the opposition parties to help and cooperate in passage of these bills Naidu said the government is ready to discuss all issues and is committed to continuously reaching out to all parties to keep national interests above political interests(Source: Express photo) Related News The government on Tuesday said it may reconvene Parliament’s Monsoon Session to get key legislation including the pending GST bill passed saying it has an “open mind” on amendments to reform measures even as it began consultations with leaders of opposition parties With the government having failed to pass its legislative business in the Monsoon Session which was a near washout Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venakiah Naidu met Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge and appealed to all political parties to cooperate in smooth functioning of Parliament in the “larger national interest” Naidu who maintained that he has already consulted leaders of a number of parties on the issue also expressed willingness to meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi if required to ensure a smooth running of Parliament Share This Article Related Article “After discussions the government shall if required call the second part of Monsoon Session to pass key legislations I appeal to all political parties to keep in mind the national interest Parliament should function There is no substitute to healthy debate in democracy “The bills like GST real estate regulation bill and land bill are very important The delay in passage of the GST bill will hamper the aspirations of people of India and in particular the dreams of the youth who are thirsty for jobs” Naidu said at a press conference here Though the dates are yet to be finalised the Monsoon Session is expected to be reconvened some time in September sources said Keen to ensure the passage of the GST bill the government had kept open the option of reconvening the session with the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs deciding not to recommend immediate prorogation of the Houses after they were adjourned sine die on July 13 Appealing to the opposition parties to help and cooperate in passage of these bills Naidu said the government is ready to discuss all issues and is committed to continuously reaching out to all parties to keep national interests above political interests Naidu’s fervent appeal to parties to help the government pass the GST bill came in the backdrop of the rupee registering a sharp fall and the benchmark sensex witnessing the biggest single day decline yesterday Asking parties to think in national interest he said “This is even more important in the backdrop of the current financial situation across the globe” Replying to questions on Congress and some other parties pressing for amendments in the GST bill and whether the government is agreeable to them Naidu said Parliament has to function even if these have to be approved “Amendments cannot be approved outside (Parliament) Even if you approve outside they do not have any relevance They have to be approved inside The government will be going to Parliament with an open mind Once the session is called we will be able to sort out these issues” he said He also maintained that it was to the credit of the government and Finance Minister Arun Jaitely that most of the concerns expressed by different states — manufacturing states and non-manufacturing states were looked into and the minister took pains to talk to each and every state “He consulted almost the whole spectrum of political opinion was agreeable on arriving at a broad consensus” he said Citing a study by international rating agency Moody’s Naidu said that India’s growth story is running the risk of being jeopardised on account of slow progress on major legilsative reforms like GST and claimed that the legislation if passed could add 15 per cent to 2 per cent to the GDP growth of the country While the Parliamentary Affairs Minister today met KhargeCongress remained non-committal on its support saying it would first read the fine print “They (the government) want to call a special session and they are consulting all parties it seems Unless we see what are the amended clauses or what is the agreement between the proposal of the standing committee and the government unless we see the final bill we cannot comment on that” Kharge said after the meeting Asked whether Kharge told him to talk to Rahul Gandhi and whether the government has plans to talk to the Congress President and the Congress Vice President Naidu said that he is following the norms by meeting leaders of different parties of both Houses but has no problem in meeting either Sonia Gandhi or Rahul “I deal with parties and not individuals But I have no problem in meeting Rahul also During the last session I had met Congress President Sonia Gandhi If required if they suggest I can go to the Congress President Vice President and even General Secretaries” Naidu said The Parliamentary Affairs Minister said that he called the press conference to set the record straight as it was being said the government did not accommodate the opposition and Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not reach out to them He said that five all-party meetings by him and Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan were held and the government “walked the extra mile” to accommodate their concerns Singling out Congress for disrupting the House Naidu rejected as “unfair” the criticism of Modi saying he was present during the first all-party meeting and had also gone to the opposition side and greeted them in the House He however expressed the hope that political parties will see “reason” and cooperate with the government in passage of the GST and other bills For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 15 2016 2:06 am Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung Top News Hours after his return to the capital after a trip abroad Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung Wednesday held a high-level meeting to discuss the spike in chikungunya and dengue cases in Delhi The meeting was attended by Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain Chief Secretary K K Sharma Health Secretary Chandrakar Bharti Principal Secretary (Finance) S N Sahai all three municipal commissioners and medical superintendents of all major hospitals On Tuesday Jain had hit out at Jung and accused him of “paralysing the Delhi administration” He had claimed that the AAP government was not able to get any work done as officials were “being threatened by the Lt Governor” In a statement Jung urged everyone to “rise above political considerations and fight the menace unitedly” “Historically in an emergency people have come together and fought together That’s what is required now” While the medical superintendents told Jung about the steps taken to handle the surge in the number of patients the municipal commissioners apprised him about the steps taken by them to check mosquito breeding At another meeting called by Jain senior officials discussed measures to increase the efficiency of fogging activities Senior bureaucrats also discussed the importance of conducting door-to-door fogging in areas where chikungunya cases were reported last year as well “The Delhi government is also prepared with extra beds medicines and test kits All we need to focus on is sanitation… the Delhi government will also be launching an extensive awareness campaign on preventive measures” said a senior official File suggestions to fight diseases: HC The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked PIL petitioners for suggestions to combat the spread of vector-borne diseases in Delhi after the AAP government filed a detailed affidavit on the steps being taken to prevent and treat the diseases “File your suggestions” said the bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal after petitioner advocate Shahid Ali said the government and civic agencies were not making proper efforts to tackle the spread of dengue and chikungunya in the city For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ranchi | Published: April 27 2016 2:03 pm Top News A 25-year-old man allegedly committed suicide after the deep boring of a tube well which his father was getting done failed to fetch water The incident was reported under Mofussil police station area of Giridih district on Tuesday The police said that prima facie the man appeared to have become depressed over the failure of the deep bore and jumped into the well late on Monday night The police said that reports regarding his father having borrowed money to the tune of several thousand for the purpose were being looked into According to the police the incident came to light in Purna Nagar area of Mofussil police station on Tuesday when a girl went to fetch water from a well in the area around 10 am She spotted the body inside the well which was pulled up It was identified as that of Dilip Yadav son of Naresh Gop a resident of Purna Nagar Gop reportedly ran a small dairy from his house and Dilip used to help him out Share This Article Related Article “Initial investigations have revealed that Naresh was getting a deep boring done for the past few days Late on Monday evening Dilip returned from somewhere and asked his father about the depth of the boring Father told his son that he had gone nearly 700 feet deep However there was still no water After hearing this Dilip left the house without saying anything and did not return” said Inspector (Mofussil) Ram Lal The family looked for him but in vain The body was discovered next day in the well not too far from his house WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE “As of now we have the father’s statement in which he has said that his son was depressed over the failure of the boring We are probing the case further” said Sub-Divisional Police Officer (Giridih) Raj Kumar Mehta He added that getting a deep boring done was a costly affair “Reports about his father having taken loan are being verified” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsleading to the arrest of four persons, the order of the Vigilance Director in respect of registration of crime should be produced before the court at the next sitting on August 7. naturopathy, 2014 3:26 pm Related News Narendra Modi will run for prime ministership as a married man. 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Kaur had a knee replacement surgery at Jagjivan Ram Hospital.