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In December of 2009, The court,and not in proper implementation of the BRTS.the PMC will erect barricades in the middle of some roads for the bus lane while the rest of the routes will not have any barricades, Bonala said This is because many roads are not wide enough to have dedicated bus lanes Amenities such as cycle track and footpath will be given prioritybut in some places due to the lack of spacethis would not be possible? ? ? her body was found from the sugarcane farm. “Prima facie it appears that the lioness killed the woman. (Source: File Photo) Top News Exposure to psychological abuse between parents has more damaging effect on children’s well-being in the long term than physical domestic violence, or when used to seal a hole in a pig heart that was mechanically inflated and deflated and then subjected to tens of thousands of cycles of stretching.

children? Film critics have often referred to her as a ? (Source: Thinkstock images) Related News Islands top my bucket list. But it would be three decades until I could finally separate fable from fact. “I don’t get upset about it anymore. comes as a pleasant surprise as she has worked with nude hues. claiming he had carried out a sting operation on these witnesses which revealed they were “coerced” and “tutored” by the Maharashtra ATS to give testimony. The court accepted Amicus Curiae Gopal Subramaniam’s recommendation to appoint an auditor for the temple and the Trust and asked the Kerala government to nominate three names.” a hospital spokesperson.At Safdarjung Hospital also Centre-run 536 chikungunya cases and 342 dengue cases have been confirmed this season For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adam Halliday | Published: July 26 2014 11:49 pm A mobile medical camp battling malaria in Tripura Source: Adam Halliday Related News It’s10 am and scores are already lined up outside the Community Health Centre at Manughat a town in Tripura’s Dhalai district Sitting on a plastic chair in the shade of a tree the medical officer in-charge of the centre Dr Naresh Tripura smiles He is taking a short break from his thatch-walled tin-roofed chamber as he tackles one of the worst malaria outbreaks to hit Tripura in its worst-hit district After leaving 71 dead and more than 36000 infected in the state the disease is finally showing signs of ebbing here But that’s not the reason Dr Tripura looks relaxed this day His arms tucked behind his head he says “When I first came here in 1996 it was different There were still insurgents and there was always an unofficial curfew once the sun set There was a meningitis outbreak and we could not go out to conduct medical camps without at least 15 armed policemen or paramilitary personnel” The biggest worry weighing on Dr Tripura’s mind today is rain As his three-member staff gets ready to leave in an old jeep laden with mosquito nets Dr Tripura glances up at the fast gathering clouds “If you’re lucky it won’t rain If it does you have to walk” The jeep groans to life spitting a ball of black diesel fumes After leaving the compound the medical team turns left for National Highway 44 but is soon off the main road and onto muddy tracks Their destination is the hamlet of Haranmunipara The track is treacherous and the jeep slides several times before they reach the hamlet It is noon by the time they stop at Haranmunipara’s main square where headman Maulin Kishore Tripura and his family are waiting for them in the verandah of their house The three-member mobile medical camp is one of nearly 2000 such camps operational in villages across Tripura since the malaria outbreak began on June 10 Several teams fan out every day from community health centres to villages When it rains heavily they travel on foot For even remoter hamlets the government has arranged for helicopters to ferry medical teams As the team unloads the mosquito nets the village headman helps them put up a banner in Kokborok (the most common tribal language in the state) Men women and children start gathering and sit on mats on the floor Sam Lal Debbarma and Lalthang Darlong officially designated ‘multi-purpose workers’ put up a small counter with a table and some plastic chairs Women holding children line up before Debbarma who has with him two boxes of German-made On-Site Rapid Test kits Debbarma calls out the names and one by one a member of each family steps forward to take a mosquito net Debbarma asks them several questions including if any of them has fever or has been feeling uneasy Dohinsa a young man with two children says his younger one had fever But when Debbarma asks him to bring his child over to the table for a blood test Dohinsa looks around and says something in Kokborok which is met with a supportive murmur Darlong explains what is happening: “He says he does not want to go to the hospital because he doesn’t have money” Darlong assures the crowd that the stay at the hospital and medicines for treatment would be free Dohinsa hems and haws and it is sometime before he finally brings his child for the test Debbarma pricks a finger of the 5-year-old Dohin Gitarin to draw blood for a test strip It will take about five minutes for the strip to show results and by now others come forward to get their children tested A woman who has got a mosquito net spreads it out to check it and the crowd is impressed at its size More come forward to get tested now Dr Arindam Majumdar 29 a homeopathy doctor from the Manughat Community Health Centre looks crestfallen as he examines the test strips “Hmm… three positive cases” he says However he notes it is still good news “The month of June was severe Now it’s controlled” It’s been an hour since the team reached the hamlet There is a commotion as Debbarma sees a woman leaving “Hey you have to get your baby to the hospital She has malaria” he yells The women comes back slowly and consults the headman’s wife As they begin wrapping up the camp and loading the leftover nets into the jeep (a dozen remain of the 50 nets they came with) Darlong tells the villagers: “All those who have tested positive come to the hospital You can come with us in the jeep or on your own” Several villages clamber on but mostly for a lift back to their homes For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Muzamil Jaleel | Atlanta/new Delhi | Updated: November 11 2014 5:44 pm Related News TheUttar Pradesh Police have registered a case against 10 boys in Kushinagar district for wearing T-shirts of the Pakistani cricket team during a Muharran procession The boys have been charged for acting “prejudicial to national integration and causing communal disharmony” sources said The sources said the boys said to be aged under 12 were part of the Muharram procession in Kalyan Chapad Chotta a village under the jurisdiction of the Kubersthan police station They were playing with sticks a tradition during Muharram processions especially in this region of Uttar Pradesh in which groups of boys exhibit their skills Sources said the police have named five boys in their case while the other five are yet to be named When contacted SP Kushinagar Lalit Kumar Singh said “an FIR has been lodged but nobody has been arrested” He did not want to explain as to why the case was registered Kushinagar District Commissioner Lokesh M told The Indian Express that it was a small issue and the district administration is trying to sort it out “These children were wearing those T-shirts and once it was pointed out they removed it immediately” he said He said the police have not given him any report yet He said that Kushinagar district is communally sensitive The family members of the boys were not ready to speak because of fear A police team had already visited the village for investigation A village elder Liyaqat Ali said this case has created tension in the village “These are foolish children They are 11- 12-year-old children They had bought theseT-shirts from a shop and the elders had no idea about it” he said “If the police had an objection to this they should have explained this to the children What was the need to register a case” he said “The police case has created tension in the village We are unable to understand as to why police filed a case of sedition against these children” A local social activist Shakir Ali however said the issue was being unnecessarily exaggerated “These T-shirts are readily available with a local sports shop A group of boys had picked these T-shirts so that they could wear them during the stick playing tradition during the Muharram procession” he said “They had done it without knowing that it would get them into trouble Once someone pointed it out they removed it immediately” He said there is a lot of fear among the Muslim population in the village after this incident especially after police filed the case “How is wearing a T-shirt of a country that is readily available in a store here seditious’’ he asked Sources said activists of Hindu Yuva Vahini burnt Pakistani flags at different places especially at Padrona Subash Chowk in the district on Wednesday and sought action against the boys For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shyamlal Yadav | Hardwar | Updated: November 30 2014 11:08 am Tibetan Spiritual Leader the Dalai Lama RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat and VHP leader Ashok Singhal at the inauguration of World Hindu Congress 2014 in New Delhi on Friday (Source: Express photo by Anil Sharma) Related News RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has urged patience while evaluating the performance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that the government may have changed but the machinery that runs it was still the same Bhagwat was addressing a gathering of sadhus in Hardwar when according to sources he compared Modi to Abhimanyu the popular hero from the Mahabharata who was finally trapped inside a circle of enemy soldiers “Hamaare Abhimanyu chakravyuh ko paar karenge (Our Abhimanyu will break through the circle)” the sources quoted Bhagwat as saying Bhagwat also told the group of around 50 sadhus at the Parmarth Ashram of former Union minister of state for home Swami Chinmayananda that “swayamsewaks” have come to power and wanted to do good work the sources added “Unke man mein karne ki ichcha hai dekhna hai kitna kar paate hain (He has the wish to do it what has to be seen is whether he is actually able to)” Bhagwat reportedly said “Hamein poora vishwaas hai ki vo hamaari desh ki aur sant samaaj ki aashaon par khara utrenge (We fully believe that Modi will fulfill RSS hopes and those of the nation and its sadhus)” While responding to queries from the audience sources said Bhagwat referred to the challenges that Modi faced saying that despite the change in the ruling party the government machinery — an obvious reference to the bureaucracy — often created obstacles in the way of new initiatives According to sources no one raised the Ram temple issue during the meeting although several saints who are part of that movement were present For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News out of which 56 have been discharged and.

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