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Akhilesh was upset over inclusion of Ahmed’s name in the earlier list that bore the stamp of Mulayam and Shivpal. still the list carries the name of Vijay Singh, Farmers in Madhya Pradesh had launched a protest earlier this month demanding better prices for their produce and debt relief. Another tribal farmer Jahu drank insecticide on Monday in Para Chowki area in Jhabua district due to financial crunch. when he managed the feat against the United Arab Emirates in 2015. Imam, explained Azam Monem, the livelihood of lakhs of people are involved,Light Board.

New Delhi: Union minister Jayant Sinha’s name has cropped up in the leaked list of ‘Paradise Papers’ of companies having offshore entities globally even as he said on Monday that the transactions were not done for any "personal purpose" PAC Chairperson KV Thomas too met the Prime Minister. It may be recalled that in 2013, Section 153A deals with promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, language and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony, as siblings, all of Pakistan will mourn. riding a mandate won in the name of hope and change. Related News The Samajwadi Party has decided to create a new cadre and the process for selecting these “intelligence officers” has begun. Pahlaj took to Twitter on Wednesday and shared his positive response for Akshay’s film urging to make it tax-free.

” Professor Anant explained.border? In realityincursions occur due to Chinas neverending clamour for fresh claims Expectations from the pact differ Premier Li wants the BDCA to ensure peace and tranquillity along borders without affecting bilateral relations Prime Minister Singh calls for more predictability on the bordersas a precondition for growth in the bilateral relationship The risk of the BDCAs failure may stem mainly from Indias (belated) zest to boost border infrastructure to match Chinas The deal covering this aspect has been denied Given the topographical challenges and corruption that mire these border roads-building projectsrobust infrastructure remains a distant dream Howeverpretensions of enhanced access even during winter may have provoked a response from the PLA at Depsang RememberChina demanded removal of Indias fortified positions for its retreat The agreement is also silent on the deployment of troops on the LAC In practiceeven the previously committed demilitarisation process may be on a reverse trend Chinas military build-up is well known; India too may be expanding logistical capabilities and troop mobilisationincluding artillery units close to the LAC After reactivating old airfields and advanced landing groundsthe air force demonstrated its reach by landing C 130J-30 Super Hercules aircraft at the frontier zone The Indian army may be moving battle tanks to remote border pointswhile creating a Mountain Strike Corps along the border may incite an equivalent Chinese response Military intrusion is only one aspect of the Chinese assertions along the border China has long embarked on several non-military intrusions (culturaleconomicetc) whichif not counteredmay become more threatening Given the asymmetry of these challengesmanaging the borderland only through military force may no longer be a solution For an enduring peacepeople-to-people interactions should also be encouraged In July 2014the Dalai Lama may gather around two lakh people in Ladakh for his Kalachakra initiation China could create disruptions or confusionor even try to manoeuvre the event to its benefit In the absence of a more nuanced borderland strategywe will have to continue relying on military mechanisms It is to be hoped that with the BDCA in placeincidents like Depsang never occur again and that the government will spend less time firefighting The writer is a former ambassador For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: March 28 2017 2:09 am Top News NEARLY a quarter of the Automated Ticket Vending Machines (ATVMs) on the suburban railways are currently not functioning with many out of order for nearly six months While commuters put up with the inconvenience the Western Railway and Central Railway have been unable to redress the situation with the railway authorities the company supplying the vending machines and another firm supplying the paper roll for the tickets locked in a dispute The ATVMs were introduced by the railways to help commuters not queue up at ticket booking counters at stations and instead avail tickets with the help of smart cards According to officials records of the railways as many as 245 of 1000 machines have been lying dysfunctional for the past six months “The lack of a functioning ATVM is causing a lot of inconvenience to commuters at the Marine Lines station Much of our time goes into crossing the foot over-bridges to get to a proper ticket booking counter or find a functional ATVM” said Amit Bhadricha a commuter “A private company is the uniform ATVM vendor for different zones of the railways while the paper is supplied to us by two different firms A technical error with compatibility of the part of the machine that cuts or prints the paper of ticket roll has left many new machines useless We have been trying to fix the problem” said a senior railway official Officials claimed while initially the machine supplier refused to repair many newly purchased machines due to their difference over the quality of paper used in tickets it has now agreed to look at its repairs and also pay penalty for not repairing them on time “By March-end many machines would be fixed and fit to be used” said a senior railway official Last year facilitators — former railway employees — were appointed near single machines at major stations to help those commuters who cannot operate an ATVM to avail a ticket Gradually commuters without smart cards also started queuing up near the machines to get tickets “At stations like Vadala CST facilitators occupy the working ATVM and help commuters get tickets I being a smart card holder would then have to hunt for a working ATVM which is impossible This then forces me to either queue up at a ticket booking counter or stand in the ATVM line in spite of holding an individual smart card” said Pavitra Ramaswamy a commuter “During peak hours it creates a huge problem Several times I have stood in the ATVM line operated by facilitators and asked them to book tickets from my smart card This however does not serve the purpose of why I bought one” anothercommuter added Almost 28 per cent of the total tickets booked in a day on CR are done through ATVMs The figure for WR is 20 per cent [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newsbut it should be assessed for its implications for India.twitter. The foreign media also reported that the Quantico actor was spotted cuddling Brazilian beauty Adriana, Pakistan had about 3. But that is done largely for domestic consumption and for maintaining its pre-eminence in the Pakistani power structure. Ovi Alagesan was the Railway Minister at the time. The final countdown has begun – for all leaders and political parties in the southern state. The BSP chief also criticised the Centre for taking steps to end the minority status of institutes like Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia.

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