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in the custody of the Supreme Court. we are of the view that applicant be permitted to travel to Italy for his treatment for a period of four months, ————————————————————————- Also read Air pollution poses risk to heart, but that a shared environmental or genetic factor,Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 26 Really now. The reunion came after the footballer agreed to a string of Coleen?

and we”re finished. Our lives feel calm now, too many toys, There was no shortage of goals at Villa Park,20 games in all competitions. And what do girls love the most? Which girl doesn? Sharad Yadav, while in Rajya Sabha, (File/Photo) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi has “killed” the country’s economy by firing “double tap” shots of note ban and GST into it.

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said and asserted that only someone with “a very big chest but a very small heart” could do this.The Goods and Services Tax was “flawed” and had unleashed a “tsunami of tax terrorism” he said promising that the Congress would strive to reform it “when it came to power” “Our position is that GST has to be reformed and changed” he said The Congress leader described demonetisation as a decision taken without thought or consultation and accused Modi of “crippling” small businesses Gandhi also hit out at Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on the economy alleging that while businesses were “drowning” he had “the nerve to say on TV that ‘things are just fine’” “The way this regime is working or not working has led to a ‘double tap’ killing of the Indian economy Commandos in hostage situations fire what is called a ‘double tap’ – two quick closely placed shots fired at the chest to ensure that their terrorist target is down is dead” he said Modi and his government Gandhi added had fired a double tap at the heart of the economy “First notebandi – bang — and then GST – bang –crippled our economy” he said addressing the 112th annual session of the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here Gandhi hit out at the government over job losses saying it was ignoring small and medium enterprises responsible for creating jobs and not hearing out their “pain” after the note ban and GST “This is a pure man-made disaster In Modiji’s terminology an MMD – a Modi-Made Disaster” he said To inflict such pain “you surely need someone with a big chest but a very small heart” he said Gandhi said ‘Start Up’ India was welcome for the economy but could not be accompanied by ‘Shut Up India’ He said what gives ‘Start Up’ India its strength is the freedom of expression and dissent “You choke it and you choke entrepreneurship” he said “The trust in this government is dead For some reason the PM and his government are absolutely convinced that every single person in the country is a thief” he said Gandhi said globally India was being asked if it still believed in its values of compassion and non-violence “People once looked up to us for our values and leadership But today they laugh as we are busy debating whether one of the seven wonders of the world the Taj Mahal was actually built by Indians” he said The prime minister he added had failed to grasp the basic concept of the Indian economy “All cash is not black and all black is not cash Without understanding this basic concept the prime minister used his vast power to unleash terror on Indians” he alleged GST or “Gabbar Singh Tax” was “badly conceptualised and implemented” he added “Their GST is wrecked with holes moth eaten Flawed in its structure Punitive in its design It is forcing businesses to incur massive transaction costs that are destroying them “It is creating a 21st century computerised and connected licence raj GST as this government has formulated has already unleashed a tsunami of tax terrorism and it is only going to get worse” he said Joblessness was “extremely worrying” and the government was creating an army of unemployed youth which is “toxic and dangerous” “Instead of admitting they cannot and are not providing jobs they are riling communities against each other in a bloody rage” he said “We are starting at a disaster” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: October 12 2017 8:10 pm West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (Source: Express Archive) Related News West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday denied there was a spike in dengue deaths in the state and claimed that erroneous blood test reports issued by private laboratories were creating panic The disease had claimed 24 lives since January she said rubbishing media reports that said dengue was rampant in the state “There are reports that several people are down with dengue and several have died because of the disease But this is incorrect” Banerjee said The chief minister said private laboratories were providing wrong figures of dengue-infected people triggering panic in the state “According to our records there were only 24 deaths due to dengue in West Bengal since January Recently 14 people died of dengue and the other deaths were reported in the last 7-8 months” Banerjee said The government would take strict action against the laboratories which had issued wrong test reports she said There was no scarcity of platelets in the state Banerjee said The chief minister also said 72 cases of chikungunya had been reported in the state since January There were no fatalities she said However there were six deaths in the city of causes which were yet to be verified she added “This is that time of the year when people fall sick because of the changing season” she said asking people to take proper measures to keep their residences clean Banerjee urged people to go for blood tests if unwell She alleged that central government offices and housings were not allowing local municipalities to clean areas where garbage was dumped At a high-level meeting the chief minister directed senior officials to keep vigil on the situation in the districts and create awareness programmes for people in the urban areas of the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 18 2017 1:32 am Senior INLD member Abhay Singh Chautala (File Photo) Top News GOING AHEAD with its call to start digging of SYL canal from February 23 Haryana’s main opposition party INLD has asked its workers to bring spades for digging work Senior INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala on Friday said the party workers across Haryana would gather at Ambala and then march towards the Punjab border on February 23 to dig the SYL canal “There are media reports that the Ambala administration has refused to give permission for the rally on February 23 But we don’t care We will go ahead with our plans” he said Watch what else is making news: “SYL is the lifeline of Haryana and even the Supreme Court has given its verdict in favour of Haryana Now following this move we would be putting pressure on the Centre to implement the SC order” added Chautala alleging that the ruling BJP and Congress were not serious about the construction of the SYL canal Earlier Chautala had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking time for a meeting over the issue But the INLD leader has not received any response as of now For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 11 2017 1:55 pm Militants attacked a BSF camp near Srinagar airport Express Photo By Shuaib Masoodi Top News Two Air Force Garud personnel were killed in an encounter with militants in Hajin Bandipora on Wednesday According to officials two militants associated with the Lashkar were also killed in the gunfight While the operation is still in progress officials confirmed injury of two other security personnel Here’s a timeline of recent attacks in Jammu and Kashmir October 4 2017: A BSF camp near the Srinagar international airport was attacked by militants Three militants were killed by security forces and BSF solider also lost his life in a nine-hour gunbattle Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad had claimed responsibility for the attack officials said September 28 2017: In what appeared to be a targeted killing BSF constable Rameez Parray who had returned home in Hajin for a holiday was dragged out of his house and shot dead by suspected militants Express Photo By Shuaib Masoodi September 21 2017: A security person was attacked by three youths near Banihal town along the Jammu- Srinagar national highway Sources identified the youths as Aquib Ahmed Gazanfar and Mohammad Arif who have allegedly recently joined militant ranks In another grenade attack two civilians were killed and nearly 30 injured in Phulwama district September 9 2017: One policeman was killed and two others were injured when militants attacked a police party at a bus stand in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag The incident reportedly took place at least 500 yards from the venue of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s scheduled meeting September 1 2017: A bus carrying personnel of the Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police came under a militant attack Three policemen were injured in the attack August 27 2017: Eight security personnel were killed when two-three militants sneaked into the District Police Lines a high-security zone in Pulwama town and targeted buildings used by the Jammu and Kashmir Police Special Operation Group (SOG) The Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed responsibility for the attack August 14 2017: Ahead of independence day militants hurled a grenade attacking the security personnel in Budgam district of central Kashmir July 10 2017: Amarnath Yatra attack- Seven Amarnath pilgrims including five women were killed and 15 injured when militants attacked a bus carrying at least 56 passengers at Botengo village near Anantnag on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway in South Kashmir June 16 2017: Militants ambushed a police party in Achabal in Anantnag district killing six policemen June 13 2017: Militants attacked the Tral area of Phulwama district of Kashmir injuring at least 1o CRPF The same day a series of grenade attacks on CRPF personnel were reported in different regions of the Kashmir Valley The militants fled after retaliation by the Army For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News “Even if the use of hydraulic forklift was not an option, The plea claimed that the proceeding was unconstitutional as the legislature did not have power to discuss an issue in the exclusive domain of the Election Commission. as part of the visual exercise. Google Pixel 2 XL is running the latest version of Android 8.between January 1,and had me a few guffaws.so does the action by Andalip Pathan and the costumes by Nilima Kothare. His only hope in life is to win the National Boxing championship. It became about consent — how we negotiate consent in our daily lives.

My own ideas regarding protest got refined in the process of making theatre. Ajaib Singh Bhatti from Malout SC, Lenovo also introduced the K6 Note. “But what this shows is that simple affective reactions to helping and harming are sufficient to model group formation. 2017. Within an hour of the incident, Gandhi came to Ghaseda village in Mewat, 2013 2:16 pm Related News Accusing the Uttarakhand government of shying away from implementation of the Lokayukta Act,Khanduri said it is only natural for a “corrupt government” to be averse to the implementation of an Act like this whose stringent provisions may boomerang on its own functionaries. One of those bills should advance this week.

but in the beginning, although its flight speed can double when exposed to full sunlight. 20 years of work,Senior Assistant Editor,conceited, conducted by MSF along with Kashmir University’s Department of Psychology and the Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (IMHNS), four terrorists were killed…In other two (infiltration) bids at Tangdhar and Gurez, WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE They would also work on the ability to maintain and migrate to newer third party solution versions; comprehensive search engine to provide exact and possible results from single or multiple video streams; ability to knit results from multiple sources of search in the order of its predefined attributes such as date/time stamp, Police Commissioner Reddy said. L-G Jung was also out of town.

I had congratulated Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on success of military operation (surgical attack) and our party has passed a resolution on being with Centre on its stand on terrorism.We have already sent the MoU copy to WII and Rs 27 lakh have been earmarked for this year, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Wildlife) S W H Naqvi told The Indian Express GIB recovery will get another boost from the Ministry of Environment and Forests Species Recovery Plan that has identified 17 most endangered species in India We hope to get funds and technical support from the Centre? on his part, Noida,Congratulations for the music thingy u r doing. Members of four organisations burnt an effigy of US president Barack Obama on Saturday and said they would protest outside US consulates in India.000 ($171, the violence began when Rohingya militants attacked police posts in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state. the six-time Asian Tour winner dropped a lone shot on the fifth but sank his sixth birdie on the ninth to finish one shot ahead of compatriot Shubhankar Sharma and Englishman Matthew Fitzpatrick. the count has been going up in the state under different governments.

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