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He added that if BMC continues to carry out disaster management programmes without active participation of the citizens,” For all the latest Entertainment News, (Photo: Ravi Kanojia/ shlf1314n Express) It was an isolation that continued even when Bond moved to Delhi in 1958. It could take a couple of years, Reacting to Adityanath’s comments on infant mortality rate (IMR) in Kerala. One area in particular that deserves attention and respect is the strange and mysterious world of homeschooling. public education to all students in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE). 1986. 22-year-old Champati Behera was orphaned in May this year after a lone tusker attacked and killed her father Hari Behera, Top News Senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan today said Shiv Sena may break off its ruling alliance with BJP in Maharashtra before next year’s civic polls in Mumbai and other cities of the state.

all parties agreed that lifting heavy items was an essential function. Given those facts the court ultimately held that the employee was not entitled to demand that others help him do the heavy lifting?my father… his death anniversary today 18th Jan. This is not Salman’s first appearance on the show. 2014 9:24 pm Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said they would form government at the Centre on the basis of a common minimum programme. took potshots at BJP for playing “caste and community cards” for power. He contested Modi’s allegation that milkmen were getting only Rs 18 per litre for their produce in Bihar while it was Rs 36 per litre in Gujarat and said the COMFED Bihar government’s dairy cooperative was purchasing milk at Rs 30 per litre Kumar also made a scathing attack at the BJP for its collusion with MNS in Maharashtra which had targeted people from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Aizawl | Published: May 4 2013 7:38 pm Related News Former Lok Sabha member from Mizoram Dr R Rothuama died in Shillong this morning due to lung cancerfamily sources said Rothuama 73is survived by his Naga wife Kaini MaoDr Sarah Ralte and granddaughter Rachel Laltinchhani Funeral service would be held at the Professor quarters in North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS) in Shillong tomorrow A doctor by professionRothuama joined politics in mid-1970s to became one of the most popular leaders of the newly-formed People’s Conference led by former Chief Minister Brig TSailo and was elected as Lok Sabha member in 1977 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 2 2017 2:39 am The Air India museum has been assured of a funding of Rs 56 crore by the Department of Culture File Related News IN a disappointment for art enthusiasts in the city the Air India (AI) museum is unlikely to be thrown open to the public by early next year Facing a delay in arranging funds for setting up the museum officials claimed that it would require at least six months for the work to be completed once it begins In August former Air India chairman and managing director Ashwani Lohani had said that the museum would be inaugurated by February next year The museum has been assured of a funding of Rs 56 crore by the Department of Culture “Several issues need to be resolved before we can comment on an exact date when we can begin construction of the museum Though there has been an in-principle approval of the funding to be received from the Culture department we are yet to receive it” a senior Air India official said The museum expected to come up on the first floor of the airline building at Nariman Point in south Mumbai will showcase works of renowned artists and other artworks Officials have said that they have been able to collect at least 10000 artefacts “Many formalities are yet to be completed to receive the sanctioned fund There are many questions being asked about the sanction requirement and the airline is undergoing the process of answering the same We cannot give a deadline of when exactly the same can be completed” Meenakshi Dua Enforcement Director Northern region Air India said Along with the Department of Culture the airline would support the museum with a funding of Rs 14 crore Officials said discussions with other stakeholders to help the museum with the required funds are on “We have met a lot of people interested in funding the museum Among them many researchers and art enthusiasts are ready to donate funds Once we have arranged for funds from one source we will approach the others for sure” Dua added Officials hinted that an uncertainty about the fate of museum in the wake of divestment of the airline is also cropping up “The scenario about how the museum will pan out in the wake of divestment of the airline remains unclear However we are sure on opening this museum at the earliest for art lovers” Dua added Officials said that while the setting up of the museum which includes finalising interiors and furniture design would take at least four-five months it may take another month to set up the artefacts The officials hope to start the actual work on setting up the museum by January next year For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Santosh Singh | Patna | Published: December 5 2015 2:06 am Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (Sources: PTI Photo) Related News Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday said he was satisfied with the state having emerged as the “fastest growing economy” at 1706 per cent growth rate in 2014-15 He said though NITI Ayog had updated the figure a few months ago as a matter of routine annual update the Bihar growth story caught one’s attention only after a credit rating agency talked about it recently Talking to reporters at his Vidhan Sabha chamber the Bihar CM said “We were unnecessarily targeted (by PM Narendra Modi) during the election campaign about Bihar’s growth rate I had been pretty confident about sustaining the growth rate Once it takes off it does not halt” Though the CM did not name Modi he was indirectly referring to him and other BJP leaders telling voters that Bihar’s growth rate had slumped since the NDA split “Even Sushil Modi had talked about initial growth figures on the basis of projections but I was confident of maintaining the growth rate” Kumar said adding that the state would keep up the momentum NITI Ayog figures that takes into account growth rate of states on Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) puts Bihar on top among the fastest-growing economies at 1706 per cent Bihar is followed by Madhya Pradesh at 1686 per cent and Goa at 1643 per cent The report states Maharashtra grew by 1169 per cent to become the biggest state with Rs 1687 trillion economy Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh shared the second spot with a GSDP of Rs 967 trillion Brickwork Ratings Bihar had also recorded 1696 per cent growth rate in 2011-12 Meanwhile BJP legislature party leader and former deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi said the BJP sticks to its stand of a slump in the Bihar growth post NDA split He said “In 2014-15 Bihar registered a miniscule 055 per cent growth compared to 2013-14 when it was 1705 per cent In 2012-13 Bihar had recorded 2070 per cent growth rate which went down by 365 per cent in the next fiscal” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News produce shine and luster, * Never wear jewellery that is too tight for comfort. “We got key suggestions from different parties. prostrate cancer, For all the latest India News.

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