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The three then ran away.The constable staggered towards the road but fell down within seconds and blood started oozing out of his mouth He was dead before police could reach the spot” said Ram Charan a resident of the area who runs a small eatery across the road At Champion Chowk in Bawana makeshift shops were nowhere to be seen Saturday evening “All of them set up their shops on the other side of the road where the incident took place No one has come today We heard police picked them up for questioning I have not opened my dhaba There used to be a lot of commotion every evening but people are avoiding this area after what happened yesterday” added Ram Charan Senior police officers and relatives of Singh assembled at the Parade Ground in Kingsway Camp area to pay their respects and for a guard of honour Delhi Labour Minister Gopal Rai also reached Kingsway Camp Singh’s body was taken to Jatikalan village in Haryana for last rites For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Updated: May 14 2016 6:05 am In the recent budget three places for the relocation of Kashmiri pandits have been identified Related News The Jammu and Kashmir government has finally identified a big chunk of land in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district close to the national highway and railway station for setting up a colony for Kashmiri Pandits officials have said The state government has been under pressure from the Centre for setting up separate colonies for Kashmiri Pandits in central north and south Kashmir Share This Article Related Article Officials said the state revenue department has finally zeroed in on a big chunk of land spread over more than 200 kanals at Kanispora Johema on the outskirts of Baramulla district They added that the state government has held talks with the owner of the land and he has reportedly agreed to give it to the government Revenue officials in Baramulla told The Indian Express that the land is being procured for a transit colony like the ones the government has already set up for Kashmiri Pandit employees who volunteered to work in the Valley and were given government jobs WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Uma Vishnu | Nabarangpur | Updated: April 18 2016 3:04 pm Ankur with his father Deepak Majumdar (left) and science teacher Shivram Panigrahi in Umerkote Nabarangpur (Express Photo by Ravi Kanojia) Related News For his science project two years ago Ankur Majumdar used his father’s smartphone to search for photographs of trains “My project was on treating human waste in trains but I had never seen a train before” said the 16-year-old student from Odisha’s Nabarangpur district On Sunday morning Ankur flew to Japan with 29 other students on a youth exchange programme organised by the Japan Science and Technology Agency in association with the Centre’s Department of Science and Technology (DST) According to officials that’s a first for Nabarangpur The district in southern Odisha is arguably India’s poorest and the focus of a year-long assignment titled District Zero by The Indian Express It has some of the most dismal indicators for education with 5735 per cent of the population having never attended school But as Ankur’s story shows that could be slowly changing Read More Ankur’s project ‘Utilisation of Human Excrement and Environment Safety in the Railways’ took him to first position at the district and state levels in INSPIRE a DST competition to attract the best of science talent among students He eventually stood second from Odisha at the national-level competition held in Delhi last October Under INSPIRE two students are selected from each middle and high school in the country and each gets Rs 5000 to prepare a science model after which they compete at the district state and national levels Students for the exchange programme are selected from among the INSPIRE toppers This year 248 children in Nabarangpur have qualified for the science project When Ankur won the award last year he was a Class X student of the Government High School in Murtuma a village in Umerkote block Now he is a first-year student of the Gurukrupa Junior College in Umerkote For his project Ankur made a “demo model” of a train “It was the clerk in our school who gave me this idea He had just come back from a train journey and was talking about how disgusted he was with all that human waste on the tracks When I told him I had been chosen for the INSPIRE awards he said I should think of a solution to this problem I discussed the idea with my science teacher and we came up with our model” said Ankur And they got working right away While Ankur’s father Deepak Majumdar a truck driver and a small-time farmer helped him with the cardboard model — complete with wagons and a red engine — it was his science teacher Shivram Panigrahi who sat with him for long hours as they discussed the project ”We discussed in school after school hours at sir’s home… We finally came up with the concept of train toilets fitted with tanks underneath where human waste would get collected instead of falling on the tracks At every station a giant vacuum pump would transfer the waste to an open field nearby where alternate layers of waste would be topped with soil The anaerobic bacteria in the soil would then decompose the waste The Railways already has bio-toilets developed by DRDO but these are expensive and my teacher says IIT-Kanpur has said they are not good enough” said Ankur Watch –District Zero: India’s Poorest District To Get Its First Government Degree College This Year “My Murtuma school was a rural facility with no good library or other resource material but we have a few teachers like Panigrahi sir who was with me through this project He looked up the Internet and came up with numbers and data with which I impressed the judges at the competition” said Ankur There was more he had to do to “impress the judges” “It was all well until the district and state level competitions When I was selected for the competition in Delhi they told me I would have to speak Hindi for the judges to understand what I was saying So I worked on my Hindi TV really helped” said Ankur who says he is now hooked to ‘Taarak Mehta ka Oolta Chashmah’ on SAB TV and Man vs Wild on Discovery Channel Ankur has an elder sister who is in the second year of plus-2 in junior college and a younger brother who is studying in Class 7 at the same Murtuma school His father says he prefers his son to do all the talking adding that Ankur was the one who “studies the most” among his three children Ankur meanwhile says his aim is to study “pure science” and that he hopes to do research “not in Odisha somewhere outside” When contacted District Collector Rashmita Panda said “Ankur has made Nabarangur proud and will inspire many others in the district He has shown that despite studying in a government school with limited means it is possible to do well” Incidentally the Odisha government and Ministry of Railways agreed last November to jointly develop at least six-seven rail projects in the state including a 40-km track connecting the Nabarangpur district headquarters to its nearest rail link in Koraput’s Jeypore “My first train journey was when I had to travel to Bhubaneswar for the state-level competition” said Ankur “Now my parents are worried about my first flight Except for a cousin who works in the ITBP no one in my family has ever been on a plane I asked him and he said it’s the take-off and landing that’s scary everything else is fine But my mother doesn’t understand She cried a bit when I was leaving then and said ‘we are letting you go only because yeh tumhare career ka sawaal hain’ (this is a question of your career)” he said News playlist: For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Kuala Lumpur | Updated: September 14 2014 11:57 am In this photo taken on Friday Aug 29 2014 a Malaysia Airlines plane approaches to land at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang in Malaysia (Source: AP) Related News An India-bound flight of Malaysia Airlines was forced to return due to an auto-pilot defect landing safely here on Sunday said the carrier already hit by the twin tragedies this year Flight MH198 from Kuala Lumpur to Hyderabad departed at 1020pm last night but the Boeing 737-800 turned back due to an auto-pilot defect and landed safely at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 201am today it said in a statement “The defect did not have any impact on the safety of the aircraft or passengers however as a precautionary measure the operating Captain decided to turn back” the airline said It refuted reports on social media that the aircraft caught fire Initial reports had said that the plane had to make an emergency landing due to “burning fuel” The airline said that upon arrival passengers and crew disembarked safely and were given accommodation at nearby hotels The flight has been rescheduled to operate as MH198D and will depart Kuala Lumpur at 12pm on Sunday The airline said it regretted the disruption to its guests’ travel plans but reiterated that safety of its passengers was its priority Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with 239 people aboard lost contact on March 8 No trace of any wreckage has been found so far Another flight MH17 was shot down by a missile over eastern Ukraine on July 17 killing all 289 people aboard For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Three men were trying to extort money from a woman who sells alcohol here.in which UP skipper Mohammad Kaif and Delhi captain Aakash Chopra participated ?

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