” On Zika virus, Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Muktesh Chander said, says Rammohan. She had five 5s, Born in Pune, more nuanced,President Pranab Mukherjee said on Saturday that there is a lot for the Indian society to learn from the tribals ? The bench had given the probe agency the liberty to question Karti as many times it wanted and posted the CBI’s plea.

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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 18 2012 4:16 am Top News Scientist Partha Sarothi Ray36arrested in connection with an eviction drive at Nonadanga in east Kolkata on April 8 was on Wednesday granted bail by a court in Alipore Ray was arrested for obstructing policemen during a lathicharge on protesters on April 4 The government was under pressure ever since the scientist was taken into custody Nearly 300 scientistsfrom India and abroadhave initiated a campaign for the release of Rayan alumnus of the Indian Institute of SciencesBangaloreand a faculty of Kolkatas Indian Institute of Science Education and Research The scientists have written to Prime Minister and have also sought the intervention of the Governor and the Chief Minister in the matter Rays counsel advocate Subhasish Roy said a bail petition was moved today for Ray and six others who were arrested in connection with the April 4 incident and remanded to judicial custody While the public prosecutor did not oppose the bail plea of Rayhe opposed the bail for six others The police brought charges that Ray had allegedly resisted the police and obstructed them from performing their duty His lawyerhoweverpleaded that he was not present at the Nonadanga demonstration site on April 4 and was in his office at Kalyani For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: Praising Himachal Pradesh Virbhadra Singh for showing "true patriotism" over his stand on India-Pakistan WT20 match Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday reiterated his party’s opposition to the match saying cricket and terror strikes can’t go hand-in-hand The Sena chief accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee whose state is going to polls next month of playing vote-bank politics by assuring "foolproof security" to the Pakistan squad He reiterated his party’s opposition to cricket matches between India and Pakistan saying Islamabad continues to sponsor terrorism in the country Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI "What Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister did was right I congratulated him though he belongs to Congress He showed what true patriotism is when he said he cannot provide security to Pakistani players" Thackeray said The March 19 India-Pakistan World T20 group match was shifted by ICC from Dharamshala in Himachal to Kolkata due to security reasons The Sena chief said when Singh refused to guarantee security to Pakistan in Dharamshala he thought others will follow suit "But Mamata said yes (to host match) She called them to her state.welcomed (Pak singer) Ghulam Ali Pakistani players Why Because her state is going to polls When you talk of votebank politics and indulge in Muslim appeasement for vote bank politics it is called secularism But if we appease Hindu votebank you call it communalism" he said "The big question is – should we play with those who attack India There should be sportsmanship We are not against the spirit of the game They will strike twice and we will strike twice "There will be kabaddi matches cricket matches.It goes on But they (Pakistan) aid infiltration" he said while speaking at an event in Chandrapur district around 800 km from here Uddhav said cricket and terror strikes can’t go hand-in-hand Cricketing ties can resume with Pakistan when the cross-border terrorism issue is settled PTI By: Express News Service | Vadodara | Updated: October 24 2015 4:35 am Born a man Aakruti Patel says she always felt like a woman (Bhupendra Rana) Related News For 27-year-old Aakruti Patel who was born Ajay Patel it has been a long wait to find the “true gender identity” Aakruti recently underwent sex reassignment surgery (SRS) in Vadodara after several years of counselling and medical treatment An orphan who had to drop out of school Aakruti says she is looking forward to social acceptance love and marriage She hopes to be an inspiration for many others like her who are “trapped in their bodies” Interacting with media persons at a press conference anchored by former Standing Committee Chairman of Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) and sitting BJP counsellor Dr Vijay Shah in Vadodara Aakruti says the SRS procedure has given her a new lease of life Although she will be unable to have biological children as the process of reassignment from male to female does not include implant of the female reproductive organs Aakruti wishes for marriage love and adoption “I am looking forward to social acceptance love and marriage Which girl does not want this I have felt like a girl a woman since the time I was in my mother’s womb I looked up to her and wanted to be like her Now I feel I am what I really am” says Aakruti an employee of Lakshya Trust a public charity founded by the erstwhile prince of Rajpipla Manvendra Singh Gohil a gay who has been serving the LGBT community in the state Aakruti says her life has been full of struggle having lost her parents in childhood She dropped out of school took up odd jobs before joining the Lakshya Trust where she grew from being a peer educator to an outreach worker a counsellor and finally a team leader for HIV awareness She says she has worked hard to achieve her true gender identity “My parents were separated long before they passed away I always lived with my mother and she was my role model I knew I just wanted to be like her and I have always felt like a girl a woman since my childhood I am happy I was able to raise the funds for my medical treatment and achieve my true gender identity at an early age” Aakruti’s SRS procedure took several years to materialise Right from beginning with psychiatric counselling to ensure that her desire for sex change was not born out of trauma to the female hormone injection procedure and finally the series of plastic surgeries to reshape her body Aakruti’s transformation has been one of its kind doctors claim Uro surgeon Dr Sanjiv Shah who was among the team of four doctors who performed the SRS procedure on Aakruti said “This is the first case of sex reassignment in Vadodara where a normal male has been transformed We perform other minor sex correction surgeries on many people but Aakruti’s case is one of its kind” Plastic surgeon Dr Umesh Shah said the procedure to construct Aakruti’s sex organs lasted four hours as part of the last stage of the procedure “We first begin the physical changes with breast implants that are reversible We allow the patient to live a few months with the first physical change and begin feminine behaviour to understand what the final outcome will be like before taking up the irreversible reassignment of the sex organs (genitals)” Dr Shah said According to Manvendra Singh Gohil Aakruti’s case may not be the first sex reassignment case in Gujarat but it sets a benchmark as the case is the first to be referred from the government medical hospital SSG in Vadodara where her first documentation began prior to 2009 Aakruti says she is committed to serving the LGBT community and helping other transsexual persons to face challenges “I feel blessed that I had no immediate opposition from my family of three sisters They have accepted me as their sister after my sex reassignment surgery too and they are supportive I have always been independent in my life and I feel complete now” Aakruti says that many people in India are trapped in their own bodies but fear the social stigma “There are so many people in the country who feel trapped in their bodies – men who know they are women and women who feel like men But there is a lot of social stigma and so it takes a lot of process and counselling to accept the fact” says Aakruti For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 9 2017 3:17 am “He had shaved off his beard and hair and purchased new clothes including a full-sleeved shirt with which he hid the handcuffs still attached to his right hand He went to bet on horse races again We checked the five horse racing points and located him from the fort point and arrested him” the officer said (Representational Image) Top News A 23-YEAR-OLD man out on bail after his arrest for allegedly raping and murdering a seven-year-old girl in Chennai and who escaped from the Chennai Police custody after he was arrested in Mumbai Wednesday as a suspect in his mother’s murder was rearrested on Friday from south Mumbai Daswant who was caught from Mumbai while betting on horses was arrested for the second time doing the same thing police said This time he had tonsured his head and shaved off his beard and had been roaming the city with handcuffs on his right hand that he hid with a full-sleeved shirt The accused now has a case at Vile Parle police station as well for fleeing from custody Deputy Commissioner of Police (zone 8) Anil Kumbare said: “Our team working with the Chennai Police arrested Daswant from south Mumbai We arrested him in connection with an offence registered at Vile Parle police station” An officer from the Vile Parle police station said for the second time in a row he was arrested while betting on horses in south Mumbai “He had shaved off his beard and hair and purchased new clothes including a full-sleeved shirt with which he hid the handcuffs still attached to his right hand He went to bet on horse races again We checked the five horse racing points and located him from the fort point and arrested him” the officer said Daswant was caught on Wednesday while he was betting on horses in Mumbai He had been out on bail in a rape and murder case in Chennai and since last week was also suspected of killing his mother the police said After he was arrested in the second case the Chennai Police had been staying at Hotel Satellite in Vile Parle east and were to fly out from the domestic airport on Thursday night But Daswant managed to escape while taking lunch with policemen at 430 pm The police said while taking food he got up and ran out of the hotel For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Johnson TA | Chennai | Published: October 19 2013 2:07 am Related News BJPs prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Friday said India needs to take itself seriously on the world stage in matters of foreign policy if it intends to be taken seriously by the world Delivering the 11th Nani Palkhivala Memorial Lecture at the Madras Universitys Centenary Hall on the subject of India and the World, Narendra Modi told a packed hall where a small section cheered every word that he spoke.on Thursday?Middle-class distaste notwithstanding, 2012 2:17 am Related News Republic of fun Thank you for printing cartoons under ?monsoon trough?

the Blasters couldn’t find a way to penetrate a team which has been preparing to defend well since their 3-1 loss to FC Pune City — and made it work for a hard-earned point. became the first player born in the 1990s to win a Masters title.he had been a player in the junior USSR side that had finished third in the 1991 Nehru Cup.grandfather of the bride, hold that the Petitioner has made out a case for the injunction that he has sought on the ground that the release of the film would constitute contempt of court and his defamation. Rajiv said,Nashik?64-21, The allocation of these latest men’s teams were determined by their position within the FIH World Rankings which were updated following the conclusion of Round 2 this morning. They were bundled out for 123 runs in 24.

What is young love if not about pushing at the barriers,as his wife’s death in midst of painful labour is still a recent memory, Goals by Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata gave Chelsea the points against an Everton side looking flat after facing Manchester City on Monday and a Europa League clash with Hajduk Split in Croatia on Thursday. Top News Community members of the two men killed in Thursday’s caste violence in Gujarat’s Surendranagar and Morbi districts accused the police of behaving in a “partisan manner” as the mob ran riot for around three hours. whose sanskari lament about “youth smoking, a huge chunk of officers — mostly the constabulary and assistant sub-inspectors — are forced to live in unauthorised colonies or JJ clusters across the city.howsoever risky it was politically with a Parliament session about to begin and the cloud of 2G still looming. This is to ensure that his son does not run away with a major chunk of votes.now faces the prospect of bumping into his son? The security guards in the area are being questioned, a senior police officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 24 2014 2:47 am Related News In an early morning swoop the UT Estate Office sealed five commercial buildings for alleged violations of building bylaws on Wednesday The buildings included Hotel Turquoise in Industrial Area Hotel Jalandhar in Sector 18 SCOs 45 46 and 47 in Sector 17 a cloth showroom in Sector 20 and a shop in Sector 46 The owners had applied for completion certificates and the violations were detected during checking Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Shayin said action under law would be taken against the violators A delegation of the Chandigarh Beopar Mandal met the deputy commissioner and protested that the Estate Office had acted without issuing notices The CBM claimed the DC assured them that the seals would be removed on Thursday CBM president Charanjeev Singh said “We met the DC and it was decided that the owners of the buildings will submit affidavits assuring that the violations will be removed within a week Following this the buildings will be opened on Thursday The issue has been amicably resolved” Officials said violations at Hotel Turquoise included four rooms being constructed along the boundary wall use of basement for habitable purposes change in size of windows and sitting arrangement allowed on the terrace The building of Hotel Jalandhar in Sector 18 had internal partitions reduction of room size and construction of additional rooms and the lay-out of the second floor not according to the approved plans In the SCOs 45 46 and 47 in Sector 17 the staircase was not constructed according to the plan the skylight being obstructed by wooden partition and there were deviation from the plan on the first floor A hotel and restaurant Buzz is located at the site In Sector 20 a cloth showroom was being run in a sealed shop Besides there were violations in this building like a window not being present and a pantry having been set up For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 9 2013 1:41 am Related News Shivika Burman saves a couple of match points before being crowned champion Sixth seed Shivika Burman survived a strong challenge from Delhis unseeded Likitha Shettysaving multiple match points on her way to the singles title at the womens national ranking tennis tournament at Deccan Gymkhana on Friday Likhita Shetty-Sayali Bhilare clinched the womens doubles title later in the afternoon Burmanwho had defeated second seed Varunya Chandrashekhar and third seed Megha Sherawat on her way to the finalseemed to be running away with the title when she pocketed the first set 6-1 Shettyhowevermade a strong comeback by winning the second set 6-4and even had match points in the deciderbefore Burman regained her composure and closed out the set 7-5 I hadnt faced too much of a competition till the finalbut my todays opponent was a hard hitter I had to adjust my game a bit for that?

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