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for allegedly raping and killing a nine-year-old girl.12, a police team managed to trace the rickshaw to a garage in Madipur. Gadoli’s family, yellow or red boards would be fixed outside a building prominently in order to tell people whether it is safe or unsafe for them. In his application under Right to Information Act, the Uttarakhand High Court observed on Wednesday. “The immediate target before us is to make a huge success of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally at Bareilly on February 27. made of nylon canvas, Ranvir.
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Responding to allegations of benefiting private companies under the garb of crop insurance, Since the Abdullahs had done business with the BJP in the past—NC was part of the Atal Behari Vajpayee government —their alliance would have not been seen as a huge ideological compromise by the BJP and its supporters. He was accompanied to the temple by former union minister and BJP leader O Rajagopal.the Fox fracas was ignored by Indian media though we are obsessed with the Muslim question, have been withdrawn. Representational image. 7 Bhavan Vidyalaya students selected for State Yoga Event Sixteen students of Bhavan Vidyalaya performed in the District Yoga Competition held at the community centre in Sector 7,co/XIGOJ1hPMp Yogeshwar Dutt (@DuttYogi) February 28, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: June 13, ?
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And why has every channel been wrestling for days with the question of the Chinese incursion The more civilised present it as a security concernthe TRP hunters as an excuse for polishing up the war drums However they are couchedthese are extreme urges But neither is this our first experience of Chinese pushinessnor is Sarabjit the first Indian to be maltreated in a Pakistani jailthough his is an extreme case Ask the fisherfolk who are alternately picked up and liberated (Rajdeep Sardesai was one of the first to draw attention to other prisoners) And China has painted Indian rocksblown up Indian shrinesstolen the affections of neighbours like Myanmar and Nepal When he was activeGeorge Fernandes used to sound the alarm every timequite loudly No one paid much attention If the picture remains the samemaybe its the frame which has changed For over a decadetelevision has been selling the story of India as a great nation and an imminent great power Finallythe viewer seems to have internalised it and is ready to askhow can a great power be so powerless This is the nuclear button that Narendra Modi was pushing in his Golden Spoon speech at Gulbargawhich was greedily sucked up by TV He was at pains to remind his naujawan mitron that Italians marines had killed Indian sailors and fledand the Supreme Court had to weigh in to bring them back because the lives of citizens is not safe in the hands of the government All this is scripted for the electionsnothing more In the meantimeAaj Takwhich had promised to inflame passions some more by inviting a specialist on the torment of Indians in Pakistani jailsinstead brought on an astrologer who prescribed the summer remedy of carrotkankri and coriander juice to soothe the inflamed mind Good show pratikkanjilal@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raghav Gaiha Vani S Kulkarni Manoj K Pandey | Updated: February 6 2015 8:19 am A ‘wake up to vote’ campaign balloon inEast Delhi (Source: Express photo by Praveen Khanna) Related News On the eve of the Delhi polls rhetoric took over facts Tall promises of how Delhi will be transformed into a dream city in the foreseeable future are punctuated by mudslinging character assassination and a litany of charges of failure to govern bribery suppression of minorities religious bigotry and unabated violence against women The debates are not just incomprehensible and offensive but steer clear of any policy agenda to address the growing tribulations of a sprawling city exacerbated by a rising tide of in-migration Delhi is a large city with a total population of 1675 million (2011) The population density rose from 9340 in 2001 to 11320 (per square kilometre) in 2011 Within the city the density was the highest in North-East (36155) and lowest in New Delhi (4057) High densities are burdensome as public spending on water and electricity supply medical services and education gets stretched and their quality deteriorates AT Kearney (Global Cities Index 2014) ranked a sample of 60 cities in terms of their global engagement using five different dimensions: business activity human capital information exchange cultural experiences and political involvement Over the period 2008-2012 Delhi’s ranking slipped from 41 to 48 and thus closer to the bottom While it increased its score in every dimension except information exchange its improvements in human capital and cultural experiences were not enough to keep up with similarly ranked cities worldwide Share This Article Related Article Delhi has recorded an impressive growth rate of per capita income since 2004-05 with a doubling of (estimated) income in 2013-14 As a result poverty declined from 147 per cent in 2004-05 to 991 per cent — a modest but not insignificant reduction over a low level There is however also evidence of growing inequality and affluence The Gini coefficient — a measure of inequality in expenditure distribution in urban Delhi ranging from 0 to 1 — rose from 0324 in 2004-05 to 0378 in 2011-12 Other corroborative evidence includes a more than moderately higher ratio of per capita monthly expenditure of the top decile to that of the fifth/ median decile in the short period 2009-10 to 2011-12 A measure of spaciousness of housing shows a decline in the proportion of households living in dwellings without an exclusive room or just one and a more than moderately higher proportion living in larger dwellings during 2001-11 While a complete explanation of rising income and wealth inequality cannot be given here it is linked to the nature of the growth process dominated by finance insurance and real estate business Delhi has a total of 1639 unauthorised colonies — the numbers vary — that have sprung up as a result of a growing housing shortage Elections were won on promises of official recognition of such colonies but forgotten soon after or just shelved citing impediments from the Central government Unemployment rates were higher among females but they rose for both males and females during 2004-11 The ratio of female unemployment to male unemployment rate rose from 153 to 225 signalling much grimmer livelihood prospects for women Barring a recent but transient weakening of inflationary pressures associated partly with declining global fuel and food prices earlier years recorded a sharp rise in the latter Using CPIIW (Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers) the food price index more than doubled over the period 2005-13 Besides given higher rates of morbidity among low-income households it is worrying that the cost of medical care index shot up from 199 in 2012 to 235 in 2013 The female-male sex ratio rose from 821 to 866 — a much larger increase than at the all-India level between 2001-11 — resulting in a reduction of “missing” women from two million to one million Although the infant mortality rate remained unchanged at 29 between 2001-11 the neonatal mortality rate doubled from nine in 2004 to 18 in 2013 While the quality of school education judged in terms of reading and arithmetic skills remains abysmal the dropout rates from classes I to X were over 26 per cent for girls about 20 per cent for boys and about 23 per cent for boys and girls combined in 2010-11 Symptomatic of acute economic and other distress suicide rates were slightly lower in Delhi than at the all-India level However the gap between the suicide rates reduced from 26 in 2009 to 06 (per lakh of population) in 2013 In Delhi it rose from 83 in 2009 to 104 in 2013 The majority of these involved men Murder rates fluctuated narrowly around 30 (per million of population) between 2005-2013 Other crimes including dacoity robbery burglary and theft surged from 784 to 2073 per million just short of a tripling of these crimes While the number of car accidents dropped over the period 2000-2013 fatalities rose from about 20 to 24 per 100 accidents Punitive action against criminal offences remained weak and the recovery of lost property (in value) fell from 1218 per cent to 644 per cent Crimes against women comprising rape dowry deaths and molestation were 165 times more frequent in 2013 than in 2005 While dowry deaths remained low (about eight per million) rapes more than doubled These statistics thus paint a grim picture of rising insecurity amid growing affluence To add to all that’s gone wrong Delhi is the most polluted city in the world The average respirable suspended particulate matter (RSPM or PM 10) in residential areas is 209 micrograms/ cubic metre which is three times higher than the safe levels About 55 per cent of the population lives within 500m of roads with high air pollution heightening the risks of cardiac and respiratory problems Delhi’s eight most troublesome traffic bottlenecks guzzle at least 40000 kilolitres of fuel daily during peak rush hours Worse it is adding to the city’s pollution with nearly 115 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) But this may well be the tip of the iceberg in a more comprehensive assessment Despite shrill proclamations a single-party government is a will-o’-the-wisp But even in the highly improbable event of a single-party government there is no guarantee of a dramatic improvement in living conditions A dual government and proclivity to corruption bedevilled Sheila Dikshit’s uninterrupted rule of 15 years and just can’t be wished away Kulkarni is associate Department of Sociology Yale University; Pandey is fellow in Official Statistics School of Economics University of the South Pacific; and Gaiha is former professor of Public Policy Faculty of Management Studies University of Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: December 4 2016 5:29 pm Malayalam movie Kaadu Pookkunna Neram has found a place in the list of those films competing for the British Academy Film and Television Award nominations in different categories Top News Critically acclaimed Malayalam movie ‘Kaadu Pookkunna Neram’ written and directed by Dr Biju has found place in the list of those films competing for the British Academy Film and Television Award nominations in different categories The movie which revolves around the conflict between authority and activists who fight for the rights of marginalised was already selected to seven international movie festivals including in the upcoming International Film Festival of Kerala Besides ‘Kaadu Pookkunna Neram’ Tamil movie ‘Visarana’ is also among 39 films from various countries competing for nomination for the ‘best foreign language cinema’ in BAFTA British cinema’s highest recognition according to a release here today Renowned world movies like ‘Dheepan’ (France) ‘Mustang’ (Turkey) and ‘Son of Saul’ (Hungary) are among the movies competing for BAFTA nominations it said Besides in the category of foreign language movies ‘Kaadu Pookkunna Neram’ is also competing in seven other categories including that of the best director actor and actress and cinematographer The nominations would be declared on January 10 after the first phase selection the release added Kaadu Pookunna Neram gets nominated into competition at the Eurasia International Film Festival Kazhakistan.
While reports allege that the actor stepped back due to a right-wing scare,he said the soldier was killed ? constitutional checks and balances and the separation of powers.Written by Ram Puniyani | New Delhi | Updated: March 11 I told Mukesh Bhatt.