Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) arrested a Class I official of the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) for allegedly accepting a bribe from a real estate developer. 2014 11:50 am Related News Eighteen helicopters, then took her to the bedroom where he forced himself upon her. As reported by The Indian Express earlier, The assistant advocate general told the court that much of the Whatsapp messages and details of mobile communications between Ravi and an IAS batchmate that occurred prior to Ravi’s death were already in the public domain. For all the latest Entertainment News,the Delhi player will take on Rohan Gajjar,” the party had said.63 crore was allegedly received through Prayas Info Solutions, where your energies are most being drained.
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Then an 8d nail was driven partially through the lath 3½ in.Anandpur Sahib, 2009 3:23 am Related News The seven wonders of the world are known to all, It also would freeze the budgets of the three agencies over the next 3 years, the report explains. it’s because he has worked towards this run. “I started preparing for the selection immediately after my Class XII I would run short distances every day and gradually pushed myself to run longer distances For the last two years I have been running almost every day” he says wiping the sweat off his brow and exchanging smiles and pats on the shoulder with a couple of other candidates On June 14 he appeared for the first round of physical tests at the Police Ground in Naigaon and then awaited his turn for the five-kilometre run on June 19 On Thursday he reached the Ghatkopar venue at 330 pm He spent the next two hours warming up with some stretching exercises and spurts of jogging He only stopped to snack on a banana and a pack of biscuits and drank half a litre of water Around 530 pm he stood in queue for the basic medical tests for candidates After last week’s deaths the medical tests have been made mandatory since Wednesday A team of doctors from JJ Hospital checked Sonawane’s blood pressure and examined his chest before declaring him fit for the run Sonawane found himself thanking his stars as he strolled past the handful of candidates who were declared unfit due to high blood pressure and took his place with the other runners When Joint Commissioner of Police (Administration) Vivek Phansalkar addressed the candidates and asked them to keep in mind that there was nothing more valuable than their life and that they shouldn’t strain themselves while complete the run Sonawane said “Yes sir” and the others chimed in The timer was then set and the runners were off Sonawane says he didn’t let last week’s deaths worry him During one of his many casual conversations with police constables they had told him that candidates tend to push themselves too hard during the last half kilometre Sonawane’s technique however is different “It helps to keep a uniform pace throughout the run instead of trying to reserve energy for the final dash My hours of practice helped as well I didn’t feel tired or dehydrated while running There were enough policemen and ambulances along the route but I knew I would not need them I can’t wait to contact my family and tell them that I finished first” says Sonawane The 20-year-old knows he is still one step away from being a police constable “Only the written exam remains now and I am prepared for it I am sure I will fulfil my father’s wishes” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Aizawl | Published: November 10 2014 5:31 pm Related News Four bills and a delayed budget is set to be tabled before the house as the Mizoram Legislative Assembly begins its 12-day winter session starting Tuesday The session will finally see a full-fledged budget presented before legislators by Finance Minister Lalsawta after two vote-on-accounts of state finances in earlier sessions were necessitated by a delayed release of funds by the Centre Mizoram depends on more than 90 percent of it’s finances on New Delhi Debates about the budget is likely to be stormy since the opposition parties have been raising the issue of the government’s “financial mismanagement” even as it has been reported that the salary component of the plan-fund has been axed to just half of last year’s a much-discussed issue since the government is the largest employer in the state which has half it’s working population in the tertiary sector The Finance Minister has of late also spoken several times on the need to raise taxes to meet government expenses The upcoming session will also see the tabling of four important state bills including one to regulate marriages divorce and inheritances among residents and another for the setting up of a Lokayukta Various bodies including the powerful Mizo Students’ Association also known as MZP have been pressing for the setting up of a Lokayukta for years As many as 244 starred questions and 49 unstarred questions and two resolutions including one for the ratification of the National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2014 have also been submitted For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn the first of a series of Messenger articles Gerry Bourke prepares us for the 500th anniversary of St Francis Xavier’s birth (April 7 2006) by recalling a life spent in fulfilment of the Jesuit ideal of travelling “through the world…in God’s service” This series of articles is to commemorate the fifth centenary of the birth of St Francis Xavier in 1506 I hope they will help the reader to know better my friend St Francis whose feast occurs on 3rd of this month Novena of Grace In March 1969 I was on my first visit home from Japan where I had been since the completion of my studies in Milltown Park Dublin I was preaching my first Novena of Grace in the Church of St Francis Xavier in Gardiner Street Dublin A man stopped me on O’Connell Street and thanked me for the Novena He said that over the previous twenty-one years he had never once missed the Novena of Grace ‘Frank’ he said with enthusiasm ‘has become my best friend in heaven Yes Father I always call him Frank I tell him all my troubles There are no secrets between us I ask him to direct me and help me And in those twenty-one years he has never once let me down If I didn’t get what I asked for – what I thought was best – I got something better’ Personal Connections I too feel that Francis has become my friend over the years I haven’t made the Novena consistently nor have I regularly asked Francis to intercede for me when I made prayers of petition But when I was asked to choose the name of a saint at my confirmation I chose Francis Xavier Later while making a retreat with my classmates in a Jesuit Retreat House I first came to know something about the community of which St Francis had been a founding member the Society of Jesus and decided to become a Jesuit myself Eight years later while still preparing for the priesthood I was on my way to Japan one of the first two Irish Jesuits to be sent to that distant land Four hundred years previously Francis had been the first to preach the gospel in Japan Japanese Month Francis Xavier was born on 7 April 1506 in the Castle of Javier in Navarre which was then an independent region in the north of Spain Four hundred and fifty years later in August 1956 I spent a month in the restored Castle of Javier My companions were twenty Jesuit scholastics from around Europe I had spent three years with them in Japan studying the Japanese language and we were now scattered all over Europe in the final stage of our preparation for ordination to the priesthood This ‘Japanese Month’ was an oppor-tunity for us to gather for a month in order to speak and study further the Japanese language It was also a God-given opportunity to reflect on the early life of Xavier and on the spirit that must have inspired this young ‘Man of Navarre’ as he spent his early years in the Castle of Javier Every morning during the month that we spent in the castle we attended Mass in the restored chapel where Xavier must have prayed in his youth Above the altar there was a life-size crucifix with a figure of Christ on the cross It showed blood flowing down his face from the crown of thorns The wounds from the scourging were all over his body; his hands and feet were pierced by the nails; his side was opened by the soldier’s lance It was indeed a vivid portrayal of God’s love as shown by Christ’s death: ‘This is the proof of love that he laid down his life for us’ (1 Jn3:16) But the most striking feature was that despite the suffering portrayed there was an extraordinarily peaceful smile on the sacred face of Christ Inspiration Baptized a Catholic shortly after his birth Xavier must have had moments of fervour when his eyes strayed to the crucifix during the Mass which the family were privileged to have in their home Or perhaps like the orphan Marcellino in the popular Mexican film of that name he came back on his own to talk to ‘the Man on the cross’ I could imagine the young Xavier looking up at the suffering Christ on the cross and asking ‘Why Why Why’ His young mind would have been open to the love that was revealed by the cross Perhaps as he looked up at the peaceful smile on the face of Christ he realized that Jesus was saying ‘My suffering Francis is worthwhile because my cross will inspire many like you to commit themselves in love to the service of others’ Years later I thought of Xavier when the father of a young boy told me after Mass that his son had come to him during the previous week and said ‘I love you Daddy and I love Mummy too but I love God most of all…’ A Young Man’s Quest Francis was the youngest of five children When he was six years old Navarre was attacked from the neighbouring provinces by the army of Spain The father of Francis did not survive this disgrace and he died four months later His two brothers went off to fight in the war which continued for two years until at last in 1514 peace was declared and the sovereignty of Spain over Navarre was accepted The home and fortunes of the family of Francis were lost as a result of the war He had to spend the rest of his youth in extremely deprived and challenging circumstances which must have engendered in this young man a deep sense of insecurity But like another young man of Spain portrayed in the musical Man of La Mancha this challenge seems to have engendered in Francis an ambition to excel in life to achieve a position by which he would be able to help in restoring the family fortunes Like the Man of La Mancha he allowed himself ‘to dream the impossible dream to fight the unbeatable foe to bear with unbearable sorrow to run where the brave dare not go…’ As we reflect on the life of Francis Xavier in these commemorative articles we will I hope catch a glimpse of how Francis too had a similar quest first for mundane glories and then for a ‘heavenly cause’: ‘to follow that star no matter how hopeless no matter how far… to be willing to give when there’s no more to give… to die so that honour and justice may live’Written by Amitabh Sinha | New Delhi | Updated: November 23 2014 8:03 am Uma Bharti said Sanskrit could in course of time replace English as a link language which everyone in India would understand Related News As a debate rages over the government’s decision to do away with the study of German as a third language in Kendriya Vidyalayas and replace it with Sanskrit Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti on Saturday took the argument further when she said Sanskrit could in course of time replace English as a link language which everyone in India would understand She was speaking at the concluding session of a three-day Jal Manthan — dialogue on water issues — organised by her ministry and attended by hundreds of experts activists and member of civil society organisations working on issues related to water Her remarks came in the context of repeated requests from the audience that speakers should speak in Hindi so that everyone present could understand “This problem of some people not able to follow what is being said in English is going to remain for some time There are many people in this hall who genuinely cannot express themselves in Hindi” she said when her time came to speak “This problem will go away only when we adopt Sanskrit as the link language Sanskrit is a truly national language In every village of India you will find two or three people who are extremely knowledgeable about Sanskrit The same cannot be said of English The fact is that there are more people in India who can speak and understand Sanskrit than people who can speak or understand English” she said amidst applause from the audience “But till such time that Sanskrit becomes a popular and commonly spoken language we will have to depend on English It should only be a matter of time” she said Bharti who is Minister for Water Resources River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation also made a remark about cow protection Referring to a conversation she had with one of the activists present she said she was told that the efforts to clean Ganga and conserve water would naturally lead to protection of cows as well “These are related processes” she said She announced the launch of a programme where one water-scarce village in each district of the country would be selected and turned into a water self-sufficient village through application of relevant methods She said 2015 would be observed as the Water Conservation Year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News
three candidates from the first batch of runners complained of shortness of breath and were rushed to JJ hospital in ambulances. It also raised questions on “how the association itself has agreed for such an agreement (without obtaining appropriate clearances required under the provisions of FCRA,3. said an officer.and felt negative emotions for longer. For all the latest India News,” Singh told a press conference in Hyderabad. So we select the thinnest pieces, The fish is tender and delicately spicy; the rice.