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They fled Nair is president of Jehangir hospital workers union Even as Jehangir Hospital has been witnessing protests for the last three months Rajan Nair on Wednesday became president of the workers union Nair said negotiations with the management will begin on September 12 He said the wage revision has been pending and grievances of Class III and IV employees have been piling up The grievances include the managements proposal to provide subsidised health insurance coverinstead of medical benefits He said there is also the issue of reduction holidays When contactedGeorge EapenCEO of Jehangir Hospital said the management had only proposed welfare measures for the staff With no solution being worked outEapen said it is likely that the hospital would approach the labour department for intervention For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: March 26 2014 2:31 am The injured at a hospital on Tuesday (Photo: I E) Related News Four buses of Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT) Limited carrying around 250 employees of the company and moving one after the other met with an accident in Surajpur on Tuesday after the bus in the front stopped suddenly due to a suspected technical snag in the engine The other three buses then rammed into the bus in front of them Of the four buses one was a mini bus that was moving behind two buses The Panchkula police however is yet to ascertain the reason why the leading bus stopped abruptly The accident left 26 passengers injured The leading bus enroute to Shahzadpur (Ambala) was being driven by Narinder Kumar The second bus going to Kharar (Mohali) was being driven by Harjeet Kumar The third (mini) bus enroute to Sohana (Mohali) was being driven by Vijay Pal; while the fourth enroute to Mullanpur (Chandigarh) was being driven by Rajinder Kumar According to police the buses were on their way to drop HMT employees to their homes from the company’s office in Pinjore They were going downhill on National Highway-22 when around 5 pm the bus in the front stopped suddenly Ambulances took the injured to the General Hospital in Sector 6 While most passengers suffered minor injuries a few of them were referred to PGI and are said to be critical One of the injured Sukhwinder Singh said “I was travelling in the mini bus when the accident took place The hit was so intense that a young boy sitting in front flew out of the bus through a window” Describing the series of events bus driver Vijay Pal said “I was driving in the third position when the leading bus stopped suddenly The bus in front rammed into the leading bus following which I too was unable to avoid the hit” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 20 2013 3:13 am Related News A local Court on Monday issued notices to the eldest daughter of Late Maharaja Harinder Singh Brar based on a petition filed by the younger daughter Maharani Deepinder Kaur Alsothe Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge R K Yadav summoned the record of the trial court which had declared the will of Maharaja Brar as forged The Courtafter hearing arguments of both partieslisted the case for arguments The case will come up for resumed hearing on August 22 Last weekadding twist to the ongoing dispute between the two sisters on the will of their fatherthe younger daughter Maharani Deepinder Kaur claimed that a will prepared by the Maharaja in 1952 debarred her elder sister Amrit Kaur from the properties Another appeal was filed by the Meharwal Khewaji Trust against the a lower court order dated July 25 In the said orderthe court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Rajnish Kumar Sharma adjudged that the will of the Maharajawho died in 1989was forged The Court had ruled that his assetsmanaged by Meharwal Khewaji Trustshould be inherited by his two surviving heirsAmrit Kaur and Deepinder Kaur77 Ruling in favour of Amrit KaurCJM said that the will had been forged to award the former rulers holdings to the trustmanaged by one of his three daughters (Deepinder Kaur)his servants and lawyers The willprepared in 1982came to light after the Maharajas death in 1989 It is this order against which Deepinder Kaur and the Trust have moved the Sessions court on Monday InterestinglyKaur claimed that other than the 1989 willthere was an original will prepared by the Maharaja in 1952 In the said willthe Maharaja had debarred Amrit Kaur from all the properties This new will has been necessitated by the fact that I do not want to leave any property now as it will be in favour of my daughter Rajkumari Amrit Kaur Sahiba.

the convoy of 20 vehicles was forced to double back several times since nobody knew the right direction. respect and be supportive to the girl. Ahmed Ali,whom will Mankar support ? Donald Trump says he would be a better president for gays than Clinton, But the street unrest had a rather unusual trigger this time — the death of a young militant commander at Kokernag on July 8.writes,Why Kashmiri media is muzzled Around the same time I was alerted by an unknown caller that Zee News had been running a marathon discussion for past two days on the current crisis and my photographs and videos were also being juxtaposed with the visuals dead and alive of young local militants from Kashmir as some sort of a clash of role models It perturbed me a lot — not only for the sheer insensitivity and shallowness with which this was being done but also for the security risk that it posed to my life I was puzzled because with a Rs 50000 monthly salary and a Rs 50 lakh housing loan I was certainly not the best example of a successful Kashmiri youngster Also by Shah Faesal Till ‘Azadi’ comes More so when the only measure of greatness here is the size of one’s funeral procession Who would want to die for Rs 50000 and die unattended at that My fears were proven right: Soon I was told there was a huge mob outside our colony rallying against the remarks of the Zee News anchor asking the dead militants to be burnt along with garbage instead of being buried in India’s land; the studio and the street were competing with each other WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests: Visuals Of Curfew In the State Next day I left for my office incognito wearing a kurta-pyjama and a farmer’s cap hopping across check posts like a thief knowing well that if a group of enraged youngsters recognised me I might be in trouble and rightly so for falling on the wrong side of the Kashmiri vs Indian binary at such a critical juncture Abusive comments on my Facebook wall had the same refrain In the last few years a section of the national media has been misrepresenting the idea of India in Kashmir as part of a business strategy It has also been projecting lies about Kashmir to rest of the country It happened in 2008 in 2010 and in 2014 So there is nothing surprising about the tilt and the timing of this debate Almost all the programmes on Kashmir right now are aimed to provoke people the coverage is selective and intention appears to be to compound the problems for the state government The print media though has always maintained balance What made the current round of commercial savagery by a few news channels even more tragic was that they continued to promote falsehoods dividing people creating hatred completely disregarding the values of democracy and secularism even when people were dying and the government was trying hard to calm down people’s passions It did not stop even after appeals were made to de-escalate This brazenness to market TRPs as national interest and do business over the dead bodies of young men was the worst aspect of these loud newsrooms Watch Video: What’s making news Kashmir or no Kashmir the biggest challenge for India this time is how to reclaim the custody of “national interest” from its national media and restore communication with its neighbours and people I have no hesitation in saying that Zee News Times Now NewsX and Aaj Tak are at the vanguard of a movement that will take India from a dialogical civilisation to a dumb illogical civilisation In the Indian tradition the state is supposed to communicate with its people through accommodation not harangue and through welfare not violence Ashoka put together a network of pillars and edicts to communicate with his people During the Mughal rule Diwan e Aam also symbolised direct communication between the state and its subjects The firmans could only be issued by the sovereign not by scribes and minstrels as is the case today In the Islamic tradition too truth patience and perseverance are central to communicating As a confluence of Indo-Islamic experience Kashmir needs a mix of honesty truth and directness Communication that divides will only hurt India’s case further When we are looking for the causes of the ongoing unrest we must also look at how we have outsourced or rather abdicated communications to TV channels which are only interested in provoking and alienating The Indian state can’t afford to leave the Kashmir project to intellectual renegades political turncoats opportunists intelligence agencies and most importantly to self-appointed vigilantes of the national interest In Kashmir people often confuse the outrageous editorial policy of the national media with the oppressive state policy When Kashmiri representatives are bullied in TV debates their aspirations ridiculed their grievances shouted down the symbols of Kashmiri pride insulted or when non-issues are given precedence over the killing of the innocents when military bravado is encouraged over civilian agony when positive initiatives of the state government are overlooked and truth is not shown at all and most importantly when cows are made to feel more important than the Kashmiri people the frustration and anger will expectedly be directed against India Every hour of prime time TV news aggression pushes Kashmir a mile westward from India It may not be easy to intervene or even shut down these mirror-houses of hateful journalism because there are constitutional safeguards for freedom of speech But the unity and integrity of the country is a far bigger imperative and we will have to restore the original traditional and additional channels of communication between Delhi and Srinagar that can cut down the noise and bile and make newsroom nationalism irrelevant We may as well have to convince these media houses to tone down their jingoistic rhetoric and pay heed to the feedback from the ground Ask teenagers in Srinagar and they will tell you how all these years India has been communicating to Kashmiris through rigged elections dismissal of elected governments through encounters and corruption They will tell you how India has become synonymous with a military bunker or a police vehicle or a ranting panelist on prime time television Is this the idea of India which can win Kashmiri hearts Accepting what India and its symbols stand for in the eyes of a Kashmiri is the first step towards untangling this Gordian knot Kashmiris are very sensitive people But they are by nature sceptics as well Any dialogue with Kashmiris will bear fruit only in an atmosphere of warmth and will have to be done on equal terms not as ehsan The prime minister who has single-handedly transformed India’s global image should take upon himself the task of transforming India’s image in Kashmir (This article first appeared in the print edition under the headline “Between the studio and the street”) The writer an IAS officer is director school education Kashmir Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 22 2017 6:30 pm Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivered his keynote address at the Future Decoded 2017 event in Mumbai with some major India-centric announcements Related News Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivered the keynote address on day two of Future Decoded touted as India’s largest digital transformation event Nadella spoke about Microsoft’s enterprise initiatives in India with a focus on cloud-computing for enterprises and government organisations The Microsoft CEO also announced a new Skype Lite app for the Indian market; it will be available only on Android for now Microsoft is investing heavily in the country – it already has three data centres in India WATCH |Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Launches Skype Lite Exclusively For India Earlier this week Nadella also met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad assuring the government of its initiatives in healthcare and education Nadella also participated in a round table at NITI Aayog tapping into cloud computing for good governance in the country Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis are also present at the event Here are the LIVE Updates fromFuture Decoded End of Live updates 1130 am:Satya Nadella talking about Project 99Dots in India which has helped transform how doctors are interacting with TB-patients in India 11:15 am: Nadella is talking about Project Sangam and how they will scale it in the coming year 1110 am: Now Nadella is talking about LinkedIn in India and how they plan to bring more employment opportunities in India 1100 am: Satya Nadella is back on the stage Nadella is talking aboutSmart villages in Maharashtra and how Microsoft is contributing to these projects Microsoft will be spreading this Project of smart villages to 100 more villages It has already helped with a village called Harisal in Maharashtra where connectivity changed education health in the village Also Watch |MWC 2017: Nokia To Introduce Nokia 653 And Revamped Nokia 3310 1057 am:Skype Lite can be used to identify Aadhaar data 1055 am: Skype Lite announced exclusively for India 1040 am: “In Andhra Pradesh CM Naidu has taken a bold decision they will be the first cloud state They will use cloud services to help service citizens of the state” says Nadella Andhra Pradesh government will be adopting Microsoft Cloud 1038 am:Nadella on how finance sector is also undergoing digital transformation State Bank of India is also moving to the cloud will be adopting Office 365 1035 am:The Microsoft CEO is now shifting talking about larger industries and their digital transformation Gives example of automobile industry and how some of these firms are relying on the Microsoft Cloud to change their business In India Tata Motors will be joining Microsoft on the Cloud “They will build the ability to collect data rendezvous with the Cloud reshape the maintenance warranty and more importantly the experience of the driver” says Nadella 1033 am:Nadella now talking about SMEs which are relying on digital tools to transform their business “One of the fundamental changes that cloud has brought about is around productivity collaboration tools which are now available to all the SMEs as well You can truly use what the largest of enterprises in the world are using anywhere in the world” says Nadella 1030 am: “I had a chance to meet an entrepreneur who is reshaping healthcare This entrepreneur is using data to reshape diagnostic capabilities The fact that diabetes can be monitored in a more effective manner can reshape healthcare” says Nadella 1029 am: Nadella focusing on the cloud business of Microsoft in India Talks about how Microsoft Azure will be used by Flipkart This was announced yesterday 1027 am: “The cloud infrastructure we’ve bought to India has helped in digital transformation in India” says Nadella Technology is shaping every business shaping government sector and the lives of daily people adds Microsoft CEO 1026 am:“I’m a product of Microsoft technology and I always keep that in mind” says Nadella 1025 am:Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on stage “Our mission is to empower everyone person every organisation on the planet to achieve more It has a deep sense of meaning for us” 1015 am Apollo Hospital’s joint managing director Sangita Reddy on stage talking about how technology is changing healthcare “Technology is influencing procedures in healthcare drastically” she points out “We’re looking at healthcare access differently The big change is in the way we are looking at healthcare” she says “We’re moving from a sick-care version of healthcare we are moving to a preventive stage in health care Hopefully with artificial intelligence and machine learning we can scale at skill level to ensure better health care for everyone even those in remote areas” points out Reddy 1000 am: Microsoft President for India Anant Maheshwari on stage: “I keep hearing this is a new Microsoft one we’ve not seen before Our mission is to empower everyone every organisation It reflects in the way we do things today” 940 am:Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis are also going to be present at the event Microsoft will have a live-stream on YouTube for the keynote 930am: We are waiting for the Microsoft event to start Satya Nadella is expected to make some big announcements at the Future Decoded event Microsoft has been working closely with government agencies in India as well and we could hear some news around this For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAmaravati BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday called upon the party’s rank and file to strive to make Andhra Pradesh the "BJP’s gateway to the south" by strengthening it at all levels in the state Amit Shah is on a 90-day country tour to expand his party PTI The BJP and the ruling Telugu Desam are allies in Andhra Pradesh and Shah’s comment is being seen as an indication that the saffron outfit may chart its own course in the southern state "In the south the BJP will emerge the strongest in AP This will happen after the BJP is strengthened at all levels in the state" Shah told over 25000 polling booth-level workers of the party at a `Maha Sammelan’ in Vijayawada this evening Calling the Maha Sammelan (mega gathering) a "milestone" and the beginning of a new chapter for the party Shah said efforts were on to strengthen the BJP in AP for the last three years "The Narendra Modi government sanctioned projects worth Rs 175 lakh crore for AP in the last three years which never happened since Independence "So when Narendra bhai comes to Visakhapatnam in July (for the BJP’s national executive meeting) light up your houses decorate them with rangoli burst crackers and make it a festival I will also tour AP for three days in August" Shah said The BJP chief said the issue of special category status (SCS) to AP is no longer relevant as the Centre last year announced a development package for the state "Many people still keep questioning about special category status to AP Let them open their ears wide and listen We have opened many national educational institutions sanctioned Rs 1 lakh crore for roads "The Centre is bearing the full cost of Polavaram project Under the special economic package announced by the Centre AP will not get even a single rupee less than what it would have got under SCS" the BJP chief asserted He however evaded any reference to the future ties with the TDP and merely said "We are coalition partners and our two ministers in the AP government are doing a very good job" Talking about the three-year rule of the Modi government Shah said it has launched as many as 106 new schemes for people’s welfare since 2014 "There is a scheme for everyone the youths farmers women the poor Seven crore youths availed of loans under Mudra Yojana for self-employment and job provision The Modi government works for the welfare of people" He noted that the BJP was the largest political party in the world with a membership of 11 crore "We have over 330 members in Parliament and 1387 in state legislatures We have our own governments in 13 states and are coalition partners in four other states We can proudly say that the world famous leader Narendra Modi belongs to the BJP" Shah observed Union Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said a "Modi Fest" would be organised across the country from tomorrow till 15 June where the BJP members would go door-to-door and propagate the Modi government’s programmes "This programme is not against anyone but only to expand our base in all parts of the country" he added Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu BJP state president Kambhampati Hari Babu state ministers Kamineni Srinivas P Manikyala Rao and other senior leaders attended the meet New Delhi:Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is yet to finalise the names of candidates for three Rajya Sabha seats from Delhi which are falling vacant next month with party leaders Ashutosh and Sanjay Singh emerging as the possible choices AAP sources said that the process of consultations was still on and no final decision has been taken Representational image Reuters The process of filing nominations for three seats which are at present with the Congress will start on Saturday Party leader Kumar Vishwas is seen to be contender for a seat but there are feelers from the party that he may not be fielded His supporters had raised slogans at the AAP office on Thursday demanding that he should be sent to the upper house of Parliament AAP has considered some well-known names as its candidates but they have reportedly not accepted the offer Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan and former Chief Justice of India TS Thakur were among names apparently considered by AAP leadership Other names that have been been doing the rounds are BJP leader and former union ministers Yashwant Sinha and Arun Shourie Infosys Founder N Narayana Murthy and Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi The tenure of the current members Janardan Dwivedi Parvez Hashmi and Karan Singh of the Congress will end on 27 January Written by Dev Lahiri | Published: July 4 2016 12:48 am The current ethos seems to be to use schools to prepare for a career mainly in engineering and medicine Top News Post-independence India adopted and to some extent adapted an educational system bequeathed by the British to meet its own need for engineers doctors civil servants — a whole array of professionals who would in the Nehruvian vision help India catch up with the “developed” world While we have more than succeeded in achieving that goal the requirements of the new global marketplace are constantly being redefined If we are to keep abreast and compete it is vital that our education system respond appropriately What are the specific changes we are looking at First of all education must be delinked from any ideology An education system so trapped can never deliver the real goods School education must also be delinked from the job market — at least in the very direct manner that it is today The current ethos seems to be to use schools to prepare for a career mainly in engineering and medicine Unless this mindset changes school education will remain a slave of the “tuition mafia” Schools must provide a liberating experience not a confining one The child must be able to explore the wonderful world around be it through poetry math music or history or indeed all of them She or he will then be equipped to make a choice of career based on a real and deep understanding of the world This in turn will call for a serious revamping of curriculum to move away from the current content and test and teacher-driven model to one that enhances curiosity creativity and sharpens the ability to apply that knowledge to the real world We will have to invest heavily in teacher-training Teaching should be an “aspirational” career and those making that choice must be professionally trained and handsomely remunerated Perhaps there is some merit in the idea of creating an “elite corps” like the IAS with several top-class training academies all over the country The private sector must be encouraged but closely monitored Today’s investors unfortunately view a school only through the profit-prism And if we are to fulfill our oft-declared ambition to be a global leader we cannot afford to be steeped in the prejudices of caste class region and religion To be politically economically and civilisationally global we will have to globalise our souls School education is where this crusade begins Teachers and parents together will have to be the crusaders Dishonesty and greed are great barriers to growth and our education system will have to hammer home the fundamental truth that genuine wealth creation happens only when resources are equitably distributed And for those who like to invoke religion for everything including greed I can only quote my old professor the late Randhir Singh who often said “I am constantly told that god helps those who help themselves But every scripture I have read tells me that god is on the side of the helpless and the fallen” Along with honesty go many other attributes that make a country truly “evolved” Simple things like observing civic niceties with regard to traffic rules public property environment respecting diversity empathy and gender sensitivity must become part of the DNA of school education and not just a boring lesson in a civics book The time has come as the jargon goes to make a “paradigm shift” in the way we view school education Yes we do need our doctors engineers and lawyers But equally if not more importantly we need a society based on honesty equity and justice It is not enough to “make in India” We must “make good people in India” The writer a teacher for nearly four decades is ex-director international curriculum Wasatch Academy USA For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 17 2017 2:29 pm Set against the backdrop of the prohibition in Gujarat Raees touches upon the way the alcohol industry crumbled and several illegal activities followed Related News Raees makers will be releasing its original sound track separately in the music album The film’s director Rahul Dholakia says the source of inspiration was the Sholay album “I was a kid when ‘Sholay’ released but I do remember listening to Gabbar’s theme and the iconic dialogues on radio So when the idea came up about the original soundtrack (OST) I was most excited” Dholakia said in a statement He added: “We have some killer themes and extremely punchy dialogues – imagine the combination of both That would be really cool as no one has done it before and we have the substance so why not” The makers decided on coming out with OST when the trailer of the film had a complete commercial touch with a foot tapping background score Set against the backdrop of the prohibition in Gujarat Raees touches upon the way the alcohol industry crumbled and several illegal activities followed Its trailer gives a glimpse of the story backed by heavy duty action sequences and many thrilling moments In the film superstar Shah Rukh Khan essays the title role of Raees a bootlegger It also marks Pakistani actress Mahira Khan’s foray into Bollywood Also Read:Tubelight: Salman Khan Shah Rukh Khan are Karan-Arjun once more on Kabir Khan’s sets see pic Meanwhile Sunny Leone is seen dub smashing Shah Rukh Khan’s dialogue from the film and it is kind of funny Sunny is doing an item number Laila Main Laila in Raees The song is already a hit amongst her fans Laila Main Laila is the remake of the original Laila O Laila that featured Zeenat Aman In an interview with indianexpresscom Sunny shares how she got to do the item number in Raees Also starring Nawazzuddin Siddiqui it is slated to release on January 25 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBerlin:German Chancellor Angela Merkel was facing fresh pressure on Monday after a regional election drubbing described as a "debacle" over her liberal refugee policy Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union was at the receiving end of voters’ anger suffering defeats in two out of three states in regional elections —including its traditional stronghold Baden-Wuerttemberg The stinging result for the conservative CDU was accompanied by a surge in backing for the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) which had sparked outrage by suggesting police may have to shoot at migrants to stop them entering the country The elections were the biggest since Germany registered a record influx of refugees and largely regarded as a referendum on Merkel’s decision to open the country’s doors to people fleeing war While they have no direct impact on her chancellorship the regional polls in the southwestern states of Baden-Wuerttemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate as well as eastern state Saxony-Anhalt served as a key test ahead of general elections in 2017 German Chancellor Angela Merkel AFP Merkel who is expected to give her first reactions to the polls at around midday on Monday has so far resolutely refused to impose a cap on refugee arrivals insisting instead on common European action that includes distributing asylum seekers among the EU’s 28 member states But Sunday’s results could strengthen the hand of her adversaries including strident critics within her Bavarian allies the CSU "The only logical consequence of the result is a significant correction in the refugee policy" said Hans Michelbach the vice-chair of the CSU’s faction in the lower house of parliament The CSU whose region is the main gateway to Germany for tens of thousands of refugees has for months noisily criticised Merkel’s policy Bild daily called the regional polls "a day of horror for Chancellor Merkel" while Spiegel Online described it as "Black Sunday for the CDU" "For a long time she had hoped that despite all the opposition to her refugee policy to grab the two state premierships in the southwestern states That’s not happening" said Spiegel in an editorial "Merkel will now have to live with the accusation that she has allowed the AfD to establish itself to the right of the CDU" For most of the last decade Merkel has enjoyed stellar popularity ratings as she pushed a middle-ground politics AFP By: PTI | Published: July 21 2017 10:30 pm Harmanpreet Kaur scored unbeaten 171 against Australia in semi-final on Thursday (Source: AP) Related News Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Friday congratulated Moga girl Harmanpreet Kaur for her excellent performance that steered India into the final of the ICC Women’s World Cup in England In his congratulatory message the CM said Kaur has done the state proud by becoming the second highest scorer for India in women’s ODI The Chief Minister said that it was a matter of great honour for all Punjabis that Harmanpreet had carved a niche for herself in international cricket with her sheer hard work and dedication He hoped that Harmanpreet’s superb accomplishment would go a long way in inspiring other girls to strive for excellence Wishing her a bright future and success in her life the Chief Minister expressed the hope that this daughter of Punjab would bring more laurels to the state in the field of sports He also congratulated the parents friends and relatives of Harmanpreet on her rare feat Celebrations were on at Harmanpreet’s home in Moga For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn the West, television or web, Terming the DP incomplete.

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