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A visual would be terrific and a write up of a 200-300 words would be great We want to get the word out to our communities to strengthen the bonds that we all share around the generational ties that run deep through home building If you are inspired send us your stories and photos as soon as you can or by June 15 at the latest Just click this link to our Reader Project form to participate: Reader Project Submission Form: Tell us your story for Father’s Day We’re also giving a Father’s Day discount in the Taunton Online Store as a thank-you to those who submit stories — so be sure to include your email address in the submission Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: Press Trust of India | Kisanganj | Published: April 21 2014 7:45 pm Related News Embarassed by withdrawal of JD(U) candidate from the race for Kisanganj Lok Sabha seat Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday lambasted him as a “coward” and “betrayer” and hit out at the Congress for taking credit for opening of a campus of Aligarh Muslim University “Akhtarul Iman by pulling himself out of the contest has not only betrayed the JD(U) but also the people of Kisanganj” Kumar said addressing an election meeting in Bhawaniganj haat area Kumar was seeking votes for party candidate Mujaheed Alam contesting from Kochadhaman Assembly seat in the bypoll being held simultaneously with Parliamentary poll on April 24 Kumar came down heavily on Congress for claiming credit for bringing a campus of AMU in Kisanganj “It’s Bihar government which provided land for AMU campus in Kisanganj…Congress has not even allocated money for the project so far” he said Kumar had vented his anger against Congress when its chief Sonia Gandhi had come to lay foundation of the new campus here in January this year He had alleged that Congress-led UPA wanted to set up the campus in Katihar but changed it to Kisanganj only on his advice For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Swati Mahajan | Chandigarh | Published: August 9 2016 3:07 am Top News INDIA’S RAPE law does not recognise marital rape but can a husband be penalised for having “unnatural” sex with his wife under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code This question and an apparent conflict between the amended rape law which describes anal sex as a “sexual act” and Section 377 which describes it as “unnatural sex” has been raised by a district and sessions judge in Rewari Haryana who has marked a reference to the Punjab and Haryana High Court “When the scope of Section 375 IPC has been enlarged so as to encompass penile non-vaginal intercourse and a man committing such an act with his wife has been exempted from penal consequences irrespective of the fact whether the sexual act was consensual or not to make the same act punishable under Section 377 IPC can by no stretch of imagination be said to be logical” Jagdeep Jain who is now posted at Yamunanagar has written to the High Court The judge has expressed difficulty in deciding whether a man can be charged under Section 377 IPC for having “carnal intercourse against the course of nature” with his wife Expressing concern the district judge has said that provisions of Section 377 IPC may lead to grave consequences He has reasoned that a man and his wife may voluntarily indulge in anal sex but differences may crop up between them after 10 years and the wife may lodge an FIR alleging anal sex by her husband “The offence under Section 377 IPC being punishable with imprisonment for life there will be no limitation The husband will have to face trial for none of his faults” the judge has said The Rewari judge has written to the HC on the complaint filed by a woman against her husband 10 years after marriage She sought her husband to be booked for unnatural sex under Section 377 The district judge is of the view that it was the duty of the courts to avoid a clash between two sections of the same Act For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 20 2015 9:39 am Related News Seven coaches of the Amrapali Express derailed near Khagaria Bihar in the early hours of Sunday morning There were no casualties reported and all passengers are safe Accident relief trains arrived at the site according to the Railway public relations officer First Visuals: 7 coaches of Katihar-Amritsar Amrapali Express derailed near Bihar’s Khagaria No casualtiesinjuries pictwittercom/jHOlu463YH — ANI (@ANI_news) December 20 2015 Seven coaches of 15707 UP Katihar-Amritsar Express including one AC-2 one AC-3 and five sleeper coaches jumped the track in between Patraha and Gouchari at around 1:14 AM Chief Public Relations Officer of East Central Railway Arvind Kumar Rajak said in Patna Rajak said the cause of derailment is under probe The affected coaches after the engine are A-1 of AC2 B-1 of AC3 and sleepers coaches S5 S6 S7S8 and S9 Routes of nearly half-a-dozen trains including New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express New Jalpaiguri-Danapur Capital Express and Anand Vihar-Jogvani Seemanchal have been diverted via Bhagalpur due to the derailment With PTI inputs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News He wanted help. 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Contents Co-author Michael McAlister is a licensed electrician with 20+ years under his belt a C-10 Electrical Contractor and B General Building Contractor in California We hope you find WC2 useful – Mike Michael Litchfield 2013 Brush faceplates accept a variety of multimedia cables–up to four Because brush fibers fill spaces between cables to give a finished look you don’t need dedicated cover plates for each A 1-gang low-voltage mounting bracket–also known as a data ring This particular bracket is used for old work (remodeling) Wiring Complete 2 has 800 photos 50 detailed schematics and covers installing advanced components such as wireless switches LED conversion kits and whole-house systems Click here for a complete Table of Contents Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) arranged at distribution center for 2nd phase of polling in Jehanabad on Thursday Oct 152015 (Source: Express Photo By Prashant Ravi) On the border of Uttar Pradesh the 32 seats voting Friday could be make or break for the BJP as it seeks to take Bihar The BJP will be tenser in the second to fourth phases because it senses it is relatively weak in the first and fifth where polarisation of Muslims and Yadavs can help the grand alliance If the first two phases leave the BJP short of expectations then even a sweep of the third and fourth (total 105 seats) might not be enough The closeness of this region to UP particularly the Varanasi connection leaves the BJP optimistic that this phase is where it has its best chance What may work against the BJP’s rivals is a pitch from Mulayam Singh Yadav The Samajwadi Party chief has travelled to these seats to pitch for his own front and made a strong speech against grand alliance leaders Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Share This Article Related Article The BJP holds nine of the 32 seats while JD(U) holds 20 the two having fought in alliance in 2010 In the Lok Sabha polls in 2014 the NDA took all five seats (see graphic) The second phase is crucial not only to the BJP which is fighting 16 seats but also for its allies HAM of Jitan Ram Manjhi (7 seats) and Upendra Kushwaha’s RLSP (6 seats) This phase will be a test for Amit Shah’s experiment aiming to transfer the BJP’s loyal upper-caste Rajput and Bhumihar votes to its partners’ OBC and Mahadalit candidates and vice versa Kushwaha and his deputy Arun Kumar are MPs from Karakat and Jehanabad part of this region It is a prestige battle for Manjhi This will show how effectively he can transfer the Mahadalit vote to the BJP Again Manjhi is contesting Imamganj against Speaker U N Choudhary as well as Makdumpur where Lalu has striven to unite some 40000 Yadav votes and 14000 Muslim votes for his candidate Subedar Das a Paswan The BJP is trying to rally 30000 Bhumihars behind Manjhi Another challenge for Manjhi is in Kutumba; his son Praveen Kumar Suman is up against Rajesh Ram of the Congress In the grand alliance the JD(U) and the RJD too are contesting 13 seats each The Congress contesting the remaining six seats performed poorly last time but is hopeful of winning a couple Former MPs Meira Kumar and Nikhil Kumar have lobbied to get tickets for their aides in Sasaram and Aurangabad The JD(U)’s 18 seats in 2010 was largely due to a fine knitting of Mahadalit and EBC votes with the BJP’s forward-class votes With Manjhi having exited the JD(U) will be anxious about how many Musahar votes it can retain The JD(U) says “minus Manjhi but plus Yadavs” will bring victory in this phase The OBC and Mahadalit vote will be key also to the BJP which cannot bank strongly on Yadav Muslim and Kurmi votes Just under an estimated 30 per cent of the voters in this phase are Dalits and Mahadalits Four of the BJP candidates — in Nokha Dinara Navinagar and Gaya City seats coveted by state party leaders — have left many in Patna speculating which of them is close enough to PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah to eventually become CM Dinara’s Rajendra Singh is an RSS veteran and some BJP members see “Manohar Lal Khattar” in him He is contesting against minister Jai Kumar Singh in a battle of Rajputs Rameshwar Chaurasia of “Paanwala” OBC caste is the candidate from Nokha Shahnawaz Hussain reportedly declared Prem Kumar Gaya candidate as CM nominee but later denied his statement Prem Kumar is a five-time MLA and belongs to an EBC caste Kahar Rajnath Singh has campaigned in Navinagar for Gopal Narayan Singh a Rajput with an RSS background Do you like this storyNew Delhi | Published: March 12 2014 12:42 am Related News Mindful of the sharp divide over the Election Commission’s demand for a ban on opinion polls during elections the Union Ministry of Law and Justice has asked the poll panel to use its Constitutional powers to do the same Sources in the Election Commission told The Indian Express that a formal communication by a functionary of the Legislative Department on Monday asked the poll regulator to “consider exercising powers vested in it under Article 324 of the Constitution” to issue “suitable instructions” to ban opinion polls The letter received by the Election Commission said that since the matter of ban on opinion polls is part of the entire gamut of electoral reforms a matter pending with the Law Commission of India any action by the government in this regard would be possible only after the Law Commission submits its report after consultations with the various stakeholders “We will examine the letter and take a suitable decision However the possibility of the Election Commission issuing any order banning opinion polls at this stage — when the process for the Lok Sabha elections is already underway — seems bleak But a final call will be taken by the full Commission only” said a senior Election Commission functionary On February 28 after a TV channel broadcast a sting showing some companies which conduct opinion polls during elections agreeing to fix opinion polls to favour chosen political parties the Election Commission had written to the Law Ministry seeking “necessary action” on its earlier proposal to ban opinion polls The Congress had approached the Election Commission with a complaint based on the sting operation and sought a ban on opinion polls following which the Election Commission wrote to the Law Ministry Incidentally in 1999 the Election Commission had issued guidelines banning publication and telecast of the results of opinion polls However the guidelines were withdrawn by the Election Commission after its decision came under attack from supporters of freedom of speech and expression While a five-judge Bench of the Supreme Court was also seized of the Constitutionality of the guidelines the matter was dropped without any decision about this aspect after the Election Commission told the court about its decision to withdraw the guidelines When asked how if Election Commission’s decision to ban opinion polls was questionable in 1999 would the same stand a possible judicial scrutiny now a senior Law Ministry functionary said “Over 15 years have passed since then Moreover the Supreme Court didn’t adjudicate the issue of Constitutionality or otherwise of the ban on opinion polls Even the Attorney General has given a legal opinion saying a ban on opinion polls during elections is constitutionally permissible” Last year the Election Commission had written to the government seeking amendment to the law to allow banning of opinion polls once the election process begins The EC communication also said that exit polls are banned till completion of polling since parliament passed the Representation of the People (Second Amendment) Bill in 2009 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 31 2016 2:41 am BSP supremo Mayawati Top News BSP chief Mayawati Saturday hit back at Union Minister and Republican Party of India (RPI) leader Ramdas Athawale who had on Friday asked why she had not converted to Buddhism Calling Athawale “BJP’s slave” Mayawati she “will definitely convert to Buddhism but with crores of Dalits of this country when the time comes” In an interview to The Indian Express on Friday the leader from Maharashtra had Friday called on Dalits to convert to Buddhism and questioned the atrocities on his community members in Gujarat in the name of gau raksha (cow protection) On Saturday Mayawati charged Athawale of working with an aim to achieve BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal of “dividing Dalit votes and making them work as slaves of other parties” To achieve this goal Mayawati said in a statement “the BJP and PM Modi have recently inducted some ministers with a slave mentality into the Cabinet RPI’s Ramdas Athawale is one of them” On Athawale’s assertion that she should convert to Buddhism “if she claims to be a true Ambedkarite” Mayawati said the leader “must think why B R Ambedkar decided to convert only in the last phase of his life…” “He did not show any hurry in shunning Hinduism and adopting Buddhism He kept on preparing his people That is why when he converted lakhs of people followed him” she said (With PTI Inputs) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News With Rs 10,the education department has prohibited private/unaided schools from hiking their fees till further directives from the Bombay High court. which were attended by a number of Bollywood stars. 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It will be a disservice to those who have voted, he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by SANTANU CHOWDHURY | Kolkata | Published: March 28 2017 4:15 am Top News The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has decided to celebrate Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti across the state to “awaken the new generation” about the importance of constructing Ram Mandir in Ayodhya The VHP will organise procession at around 1200 places from April 5 to April 11 and will also hold a religious meet at Rani Rashmoni Avenue in Kolkata on April 11 the day of Hanuman Jayanti VHP’s international joint general secretary Surendra Jain will address the meet in the city “As part of our national programme we will take out processions in the state to celebrate Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti There is a need to awaken the new generation about Ram Mandir and why it is important to construct a mandir in Ayodhya The new generation is not aware of what happened in the early 90’s and we will try to build their opinion through such processions” zonal organisation secretary of VHP Sachindranath Sinha told The Indian Express Sinha said that processions would be taken out in Asansol Raniganj Chinsurah Islampur Malda Town Barasat Rampurhat and in other sub-divisions “We have sought permission from Kolkata Police for our proposed religious meet in the city They have accepted it However they are yet to give us an official order We are preparing for it and hoping for a turnout of around 10000 people on April 11” he said The state unit of RSS has also lined up a series of rallies on April 5 to celebrate Ram Navami For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Updated: January 16 2015 2:07 am Related News A day after five sisters were evicted from the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Puducherry following a Supreme Court order two of them and their mother allegedly committed suicide by jumping into the sea The other three sisters and the father who too tried to drown themselves were rescued Puducherry police said Thursday Police identified the dead as Shanti Devi and her daughters Arunashri and Rajyashree Prasad Shanti Devi’s husband Gadadhar Prasad and daughters Hemlata Jayashree and Nivedita have been admitted to the Indira Gandhi Government General Hospital and Research Institute Hemlata had attempted suicide on Wednesday too but police thwarted the attempt at the ashram Hailing from Bihar the Prasad family — the sisters lived on the ashram premises and the parents in the city — were locked in a legal battle with the ashram for more than a decade They were evicted after the ashram filed a contempt petition against the family for not vacating the premises before July 31 as per a previous order from the Supreme Court Prasad his wife and five daughters became ashram inmates after surrendering all their wealth Problems began when the sisters alleged irregularities and corruption at the ashram A probe in 2002 by a retired district judge appointed by the Madras High Court indicted Hemlata one of the five sisters and recommended disciplinary action against her on the charge of misconduct The ashram management decided to take action against the five sisters calling it an internal matter Human rights lawyer Bobby Kunhu familiar with the case of the Prasads said: “Police have been saying they cannot interfere in the internal matters of the ashram A detailed probe should be ordered to prevent any untoward incident in future” A source close to the ashram said it has its own norms and rules “The five sisters and their parents joined the ashram after they agreed to these rules Problems are supposed to be settled or resolved within the ashram but they took it outside and made it a matter of public discussion” the source said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: October 2 2015 7:30 am File photo of Union Minister Mahesh Sharma at the Express Group’s Idea Exchange in New Delhi (Express Photo by: Renuka Puri) Related News Union Minister Mahesh Sharma on Thursday described the lynching of a 50-year-old man in Dadri by a mob allegedly over consumption of beef as an “accident” and said that no “communal colour” should be given to it even as the family of the victim is planning to move out of the village fearing that it may happen again “This (incident) should be considered as an accident without giving any communal colour to it” Sharma Minister of State for Tourism and BJP MP from Noida said WATCH VIDEO: Dadri Lynching An Accident Don’t Give It A Communal Twist says Mahesh Sharma “Two other families live with the affected family in the middle of the village and their walls adjoin with others About 10-12 houses of other community are in the outlying part of the village but no incident concerning them has happened” he said Watch Video: (App users click here) “I feel this incident occurred due to some misunderstanding and the law should truthfully act against whoever is responsible for it” he said Iqlakh was beaten to death and his 22-year-old son Danish son was critically injured by a mob which barged into their house following rumours that the family had consumed beef on Monday night Share This Article Related Article Iqlakh’s other son Sartaj who serves in the Indian Air Force demanded punishment for the murderers of his father “Those arrested murdered my father I want to know the reason for which they did this to him They should be punished so that none from the village would dare to such deed in future” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News ?6 per cent this year, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Karan Prashant Saxena | New Delhi | Updated: November 19.
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