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he stated.which ideally should have been got in August, he said According to PSEB officialsPunjab presently has a demand of around 9000 MW and a shortfall of over 2000 units In order to meet the rising demandprocurement of power was initiated by the PSEB after an approval by the Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission in 2008 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News” Big improvements in efficiency would be required Most of the focus of the report covers improved efficiencies for two of the biggest energy users in a typical McDonald’s restaurant: the kitchen and HVAC equipment. CPI and a Rajya Sabha MP For all the latest Opinion News, who was among those who watched as the BMC removed window grills to force entry into the Savlas’ house at Guide Society,” Lal said during a luncheon in New York on Friday organised by the US-India Business Council. Launch Gallery Get home building tips.
This computer-generated rendering? Army soldiers captured Mohammad Kasim, Kasim’s family had shifted from Bhimber Gali to Hamirpur after his father helped the Army capture a militant in 2001. the juvenile crime rate fluctuated marginally from 1% in 2004-05 to 1. 2014 3:31 am Related News A live bullet was found in the mailbox at the Indian embassy in Rome early this week along with hate mails, “The ribosome is a very complex machine,” he added. “I salute this sacred soil of Maharashtra. And then he meets Mrinalini (Pathak, the creators of Photoshop.
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Those who have fled are scattered in more than 500 locations across the island famed for its beaches,said,The political leaders should have the political will to bring a change in the society? In its defense,3 million target would be achieved in the stipulated time. Road transport services remained suspended on the third day today?who was stranded at the Ludhiana Inter State Bus Terminus, he said.the police have issued another notice to the party, You have good granting [opportunities] for young, or slips into the pool as you were checking the water’s temperature.
but captivating story with a dramatic twist in the tale,the first half of the film is routine, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: October 10, there was a temporary dip in ridership, “It’s a nutritious and well balanced recipe which has got rice,” For all the latest Entertainment News, “If he himself felt betrayed how can he write an objective account? Gonda,Bareilly (7 cm each) and Nighasan Aonla (6 cm each) Assam Dhakuwakhana: A flood hit village at Dhakuwakhana in Lakhimpur district of Assam on Wednesday PTI Photo The flood situation in Assam was in a grim state with the number of affected people rising to over 18 lakh on Thursday With five more deaths reported during the day the number of human lives lost stood at 18 The Army has been pressed into service to rescue marooned people in Bongaigaon Jorhat and Golaghat in addition to the NDRF and SDRF personnel In Guwahati the Brahmaputra which has been flowing above the danger level for the past three days has caused extensive damage to the embankment near Khanamukh and Dharapur with the LGBI Airport in the state capital coming under threat In Majuli the Brahmaputra has washed away hundreds of houses after a major embankment was damaged on Wednesday morning Jorhat Golaghat Darrang Dhemaji Bongaigaon Lakhimpur Goalpara Sonitpur and Nagaon districts remained the worst-affected while farmers across 22 districts have incurred heavy loss in terms of standing crops as well as poultry and farm animals An estimate by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority puts the number of affected animals at around 12 lakh while death is staring at several lakh poultry birds The Brahmaputra continued to wreak havoc by causing breaches to embankments in Golaghat Barpeta Dhubri Biswanath Goalpara and Nagaon districts Floods have damaged roads and cut off communication in several districts A number of wooden bridges have also been washed away Bengaluru The incessant rains saw several areas of Bengaluru inundated with water from nearby lakes entering houses (Source: ANI) Overnight rains in Bengaluru has left the city battling traffic jams waterlogged roads and flooding on Friday The incessant rains saw several areas of the city inundated with water from nearby lakes entering houses Times of India reported that residents of Akshaynagar Kodichikkanahalli and Arakere layout along Bannerghatta road were the worst hit with water levels rising to at least 4 feet and flooding at least 40 houses News channel NDTV showed visuals of people being stranded in Electric City which houses some of India’s biggest IT companies such as Infosys The fire department pressed into service a boat to rescue those stranded due to the flood waters NDTV reported Twitter is awash with images of Bengalurians wadding through waters as most roads remained cut-off for vehicular movement A few were seen using fishing nets to catch any fish that might have strayed out of the overflowing lakes Storm drains have not been so effective in draining the flood waters as rains continue to batter Bengaluru?she reached Nawada Metro Station and lodged a complaint with the police but in the meantime, download Indian Express App More Related News
He will stay indoors and move out only to collect his victory certificate after the results are announced, his media in-charge Achal Mehrotra had said on Friday On Saturdayeven Mehrotra was not taking phone calls Election offices of Daswhich had been abuzz with activity all these daysalso wore a deserted look Nafisa AliRelaxing in front of the television at her residence on SaturdaySP candidate Nafisa Ali was all smiles and least frayed by the news that she was losing the election for the Lucknow seat Visibly excited by the triumph of the Congress all over and SPs performance in Uttar Pradeshshe was set to celebrate what she called the bigger win for the nation. The HC had imposed costs of Rs 25, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal | Chandigarh | Published: September 2,Mandir Marg,Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding (Source: Express photo) Related News With Congress and the Left continuing to oppose the GST Bill,the government on Sunday appealed to the Opposition to cooperate to pass the proposed legislation in Parliament but remained non-committal on the issue of convening a special session for it “I appeal to the opposition to cooperate so that we can pass the GST Bill in Parliament” Home Minister Rajnath Singh he told PTI in New Delhi Asked whether the government will convene a special session to adopt the legislation Singh who heads the Cabinet Committed on Political Affairs said nothing can be ruled out The Home Minister said when the GST Bill is passed in Parliament the country’s economy will get a boost The GST Bill has been passed by Lok Sabha but Rajya Sabha is yet to pass as Congress Left parties and AIADMK have been opposing it These parties want changes in the bill For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba Aniruddha Ghosal Raakhi Jagga | Published: June 16 2016 12:46 am Khokon and Samar had met in Iraq and become friends Back home their wives draw solace from each other Two Bengal families united in loss Top News Khokon Sikdar 46; Samar Tikadar 42 Carpenters engaged at Saddam Hussein’s palace in Mosul which was being converted into a museum FAMILIES: Khokon’s wife Namita 40 children Rita and Abhro 17 and 16 mother Shubh Rani Sikdar 85; Samar’s wife Dipali 35 daughter Sharmishtha 8; respectively in Ilsamari and Madhupur Elangi villages of Nadia West Bengal LAST CONVERSATION: June 15 2014 Khokon told his family that IS militants had abducted him and urged them to stay strong Samar told his wife “I don’t know what will happen they are coming now” and hurriedly said goodbye Share This Article Related Article LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: From the Centre the only communication has been a letter confirming the receipt of their “grievance” “Families from Punjab have gone and met the minister in Delhi No one has even asked us” said Namita Sikdar “We approached the state BJP and the chief minister BJP leaders promised to convey our grievance to Delhi but nothing came of it Mamata Banerjee directed us to the chief secretary but again nothing came of it” Samar Tikadar (L) Khokon Sikdar Khokon and Samar had met in Iraq and become friends Back home their wives draw solace from each other “After my husband disappeared I got in touch with Dipali and realised everyone on the construction site had gone missing” Namita said “I tried getting in touch with authorities here in Nadia district in Kolkata and wrote to Delhi That has been my routine for the last two years Every morning when I wake up and put sindoor on my forehead I pray he’s alive” Shubh Rani Sikdar weeps at any mention of Khokon her son and greets every visitor with the same question “Have you heard from my son” Namita’s family survives on what relatives give them Dipali works almost 14 hours a day tying beedis to earn a total of Rs 100 “In Iraq they used to save all the money they earned Now there’s no money” said Dipali ‘Why would govt lie for 2 years… but they should show proof’ Kulwinder Singh 30 Worked as a carpenter in Iraq FAMILY: Wife Amandeep 30 10-year-old twins (boy and girl) mother Shimbo at Khan-Ke-Fatehgarh in Jalandhar Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: With his mother on June 15 2014 She was travelling in a bus and the connection was weak Kulwinder called up his brother in-law in Hoshiarpur and told him that he had been abducted LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: “I have been going to Delhi to meet Sushma Swaraj for the past two years and she always tells me to have faith in her” Shimbo said “Why would the government lie for two years… but the government should show us some proof that they are well If the government’s own sons were there they would not have delayed it for so long We are still where we were in June 2014” Shimbo who is in her early fifties works as a domestic help and stitches a football or two at home earning Rs 700 to 800 a month The government gives them Rs 20000 monthly aid while Amandeep earns from occasional work at people’s homes “My son went abroad so that I could stop working in people’s houses Now God has show me this day” Shimbo said She did stop working after Kulwinder left in 2013 and sent around Rs 70000 in instalments she said but had to resume after he went missing ‘Stop making promises bring them back’ Balwant Rai 55 Construction worker in Iraq FAMILY: Wife Gian Kaur a married daughter and sons Rakesh and Pawan 21 at Dhadda village of Jalandhar Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: June 17 2014 “He told me they had been kidnapped but would be sent back to Punjab soon After than there has been no communication only waiting” Gian Kaur said “While we were talking I heard blast-like sounds on the phone but he told me this was common there” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February “Instead of making promises she [Sushma Swaraj] should bring the men back to their families I believe Sushma not Harjit Masih [the one hostage who returned and said the others had likely been killed] but she too should understand what we are going through” Gian Kaur said sitting in her two-room house Rakesh had gone to Saudi Arab a few months ago hoping to get some information about the kidnapped men from Saudi-based travel agents Gian Kaur stitches footballs to “pass her time” ‘Want to know on what basis govt says they’re alive’ Harsimranjit Singh 23 Used to drive mixers at a construction site in Iraq FAMILY: Parents Harbhajan Kaur and Tarsem Singh both around 65 in Babowal Amritsar LAST CONVERSATION: “He called the last time on June 15 It was around 3 pm By then the news had come out that 40 men had been abducted He said ‘Mummy the men are saying we will take you to a safe place They look educated and they have told us their quarrel is not with India or Indians but with the Iraqis I don’t think they are going to kill us If they wanted to kill us they would have done that immediately’” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT:“We met Sushma Swaraj in February She told us ‘Mundey theek thak ne’ and that the IS is probably using them as labourers This is what she tells us every time we meet her We have gone to meet her maybe 9 or 10 times You can lie once but you can’t lie 10 times I do believe her but we want to know on what basis she is telling us they are alive The government must show us some proof Sushma says be patient… We keep our faith that he is alive — it cannot be otherwise There can be no bad news about my son” said Harbhajan Kaur ‘He didn’t come home even once was saving to build a house’ Roop Lal 40 Went to Iraq as a construction worker FAMILY: Wife Kamaljeet 35 and sons Saurav and Karan at Bath Kalan village in Jalandhar Punjab “My brother in-law and seven sisters-in-law wanted to throw us out of this house but villagers supported me because of which I have this small room” LAST CONVERSATION: On June 15 2014 when he told her the abductors were about to take him away along with other hostages and snatch their phones LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February when several families met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj “I want a clear-cut picture from Sushma Swaraj Sanu lare na laan (Don’t keep us in the dark tell us the truth whatever it is)” said Kamaljeet “My husband had gone to Iraq seven years ago and did not return even once as he wanted to save enough so that we could build our own house” she said “Now I work in households; the government’s monthly aid of Rs 20000 too is a big help” They wish Himachal would give aid theway Punjab does Sandeep Singh 38 Worked as machine operator FAMILY: Wife Chandresh Kumari 30 children Pulkit and Ruderansh 8 and 4 Sandeep’s parents Dilawar Singh and Pushpa Devi 78 and 64 at Dhameta village in Kangra Himachal Pradesh LAST CONVERSATION: June 15 2014 the day the hostages’ mobiles were reportedly snatched Sandeep Singh told his wife to look after the children LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February along with families of other men who have gome missing Do they believe Sushma Swaraj’s assurances “Yes I believe her” said Chandresh “The adjoining state of Punjab has been giving financial assistance of Rs 20000 per month to the families of Indians gone missing in Iraq and our government has not cared even to ask about our well-being” Dilawar said “We have met Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Kangra MP Shanta Kumar and senior administrative officials pleading for similar assistance but we are told each time to give proof of Punjab’s assistance How can we” added Chandresh Dilawar Singh gets Rs 600 as old-age pension and Pushpa Devi has been getting a stipend of Rs 450 per month since she became a panchayat member in January The local MLA gave the family Rs 50000 two years ago villagers contributed some money while Sandeep’s three married sisters have been looking after most of their needs Won’t change her number lest she miss his call Devinder Singh 42 Construction worker welder FAMILY: Wife Manjeet Kaur sons Balraj 13 and twins Ramandeep and Gagandeep 7 in a rented house at Rurka Kalan village in Jalandhar Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: On June 15 2104 “My husband used to call home two or three times a day and now we have been waiting for one call for two years I haven’t changed my number hoping that one day if he gets a chance to call me it will be on this number that he will call me” LAST CONTACT WITH GOVT: In February “My humble request to Sushma Swarajji is please talk to the Iraq government and bring them back soon” Manjeet does not believe the statement of Harjit Masih the hostage who returned that the others have probably been killed Manjeet stitches clothes and also trains others in the craft to meet her expenses “I cannot fulfil all demands of my sons with my earnings” she said What if the government stops giving the Rs 20000 monthly aid tomorrow “Then God will help us” she said Her husband used to send an average Rs 25000 to Rs 30000 each month Her wait is for her husband as well asher brother Two brothers-in-law FAMILY: Wished to stay unnamed refused to be photographed Among the family’s members is a woman whose husband from Batala and brother from Amritsar have both gone missing LAST CONTACT: On June 15 2015 as between most other hostages and families LAST CONVERSATION: In February “We’ve gone to see Sushma Swaraj so many times we’ve lost count” said one family member “The government is not going to be moved by the stories of the families” said the woman whose husband and brother are missing She has been married only five months “Sometimes it is celebrating Yoga Day sometimes cycle day and sometimes other things and then Mann ki Baat Nothing more is there He talks his heart out through Mann ki Baat but never listens to our mann ki baat He has no time to meet us” On Skype she saw her husband with the others all weeping Pritpal Sharma 49 Was working as an electrician with a construction company in Mosul FAMILY: Wife Raj Rani daughter Diksha 18 son Neeraj 27 at Dhuri in Sangrur Punjab LAST CONVERSATION: June 15 2014 when Raj Rani spoke to her husband on Skype “A group of 35 to 40 men were sitting while Pritpal was talking with us and crying He said he had no idea where they were being taken and what will happen to them next Even the others were crying and repeatedly asking us to help them bring them back to India” said Raj Rani LAST CONTACT WITH GOVERNMENT: In February “For the past two years External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has been telling us all are fine in Iraq but she has not been able to show any proof till now I don’t want that monthly Rs 20000 aid I want my husband back home” The family says Pritpal’s phone rings at times but it is picked by someone who speaks in a language they cannot understand The family lives in a two-room house on a narrow lane in Lanka Basti of Dhuri “In the past two years I have visited New Delhi 13 times to meet Sushma Swaraj and gone to Chandigarh thrice to meet CM Parkash Singh Badal I went along with other families” said Neeraj Sharma 27 Pritpal’s son who earns Rs 7000 as a guard at a paper mill Raj Rani’s daughter Diksha is a student of class 12 “The only difference I have found in these 13 visits is that earlier Sushma Swaraj used to say your men are safe they are working in Iraq and we will bring them back while three months ago she said ‘I will call you when I get concrete information’ What does this mean” Neeraj said Raj Rani interrupted “We have no negative thoughts I am sure my husband is safe but the government needs to bring all 39 back home Stop our monthly grant anytime but let us speak to our men” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News188 crore in 2008-09,but ultimately a film is the 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