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Kiran stated in his complaint that they had a dispute going on with Gadher over 32 bigha of land they owned in Mevasa village and with an intent to evict them from that land, For example,comprising mostly her relatives and locals,” and this could be linked to functions in specific apps.

“It helps us to figure out ways to teach people to guard against these kinds of methods, After the hearing, She said her department has come to know that the volume of business of web-portals are increasing but the tax collection has not grown correspondingly. I am travelling by road and not flying by helicopter like Naveen Patnaik, download Indian Express App More Related News “Scouting is not mere membership of an organisation,but a commitment to uphold truthfulness and dignity in one’sown life at a very young and impressionable age” he added Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Rudabhai Vala and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah among others were present during the event This is the third time Karnataka has hosted the Nationaljamborees after the ones at Bengaluru in 1960 and 1986 The scouts and guide movement in India has a strengthof over five million scouts and guides today There are over 50 million scouts and guides throughoutthe world in 216 countries and territories between the agegroup of 3 to 25 years For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ritika Chopra | New Delhi | Updated: December 26 2015 12:00 am The second Sanskrit Commission constituted by the UPA-II government months ahead of last year’s Lok Sabha elections submitted its final 460-page report to the Ministry of Human Resource Development last month Related News Underlining the importance of scientific achievements in ancient India the second Sanskrit Commission has recommended a host of measures to revive interest in the language including the establishment of special laboratories where scientists and scholars can work together to corroborate ancient beliefs such as the power of Vedic sacrifices to induce rainfall and the healing qualities of sacrificial ashes The 13-member panel headed by Padma Bhushan awardee Satya Vrat Shastri and set up 58 years after the first Sanskrit Commission in 1956 has also proposed a four-language formula for school education under which Sanskrit will be a compulsory subject for students from classes VI to X The second Sanskrit Commission constituted by the UPA-II government months ahead of last year’s Lok Sabha elections submitted its final 460-page report to the Ministry of Human Resource Development last month The government is currently studying its recommendations A significant portion of the report — a copy of which was accessed by The Indian Express — focuses on suggestions on “effective communication” of ancient scientific achievements to students In this context the Commission has recommended the introduction of a compulsory Sanskrit paper in all science and technology institutes as well as the inclusion of Sanskrit teachers in their faculties “At present the studies in agricultural universities the institutions of architecture and town-planning the faculties of mathematics the IITs and IIMs the law colleges and so on are providing only Western knowledge of their disciplines The students in them have practically no idea of… what our own masters had discovered in days of yore” the report stated The report has also recommended the study of ancient texts such as Arthasastra Sukraniti Viduraniti and Mahabharata for political science students Rasasarasamuccaya for chemistry students and Krsiparasara and Vrksayurveda for students of agriculture “This will instil in them the confidence as the inheritors of the glorious past to plunge into unchartered waters” it stated adding that the government must undertake this on a priority basis When contacted Shastri said “The report has to be first tabled in the Parliament and only then can it be made public It will not be proper for me to comment at this moment” HRD Ministry spokesperson Ghanshyam Goel said he did not wish to comment on the commission’s report Former Delhi University professor and all-India president of Sanskrit Bharati Chand Kiran Saluja said most of the recommendations made by the second commission are similar to what the first one had proposed “Many of the suggestions have also been discussed in the first commission’s report There is no doubt that there should be a compulsory place for Sanskrit in science and technical institutions and also in our education policies Most of our problems regarding the study of Sanskrit wouldn’t exist if successive governments had bothered to earnestly implement the first commission’s suggestions” Saluja who is currently part of the committee appointed by the HRD Ministry to draft a fresh language policy for education said The Second Sanskrit Commission has also proposed a school board of Sanskrit education and a Sanskrit university in every state setting up of Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyalayas on the lines of Kendriya Vidyalayas broadcast of Sanskrit programmes by private channels and radio stations extension of mid-day meals to students of traditional schools like Gurukulas parity of scale and pay between Pandits in traditional schools and regular schools teachers introduction of Sanskrit study as early as Class I upgrading Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan to an institute of national importance and a separate TV channel for Sanskrit Steps proposed by Second Sanskrit Commission * Four-language formula (mother-tongue English Hindi or any modern Indian language and Sanskrit) for students of classes VI to X * Communicating scientific achievements in ancient India to students in science and technology institutes Sanskrit paper and Sanskrit teachers in such institutes * Setting up of special labs for scientists and scholars to work together to investigate and corroborate ancient beliefs * A school Board of Sanskrit education and a Sanskrit university in every state * Periodic revision of Sanskrit syllabus * Setting up of Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyalayas on the lines of Kendriya Vidyalayas * Upgrading Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan university in Delhi to an institute of national importance like IITs and IIMs * Foreign faculty exchange programme in the area of Sanskrit * Prohibit diversion of funds meant for Sanskrit * Broadcast of Sanskrit programmes by private channels and radio stations * Separate TV channel for Sanskrit * Signs on roads government offices hospitals etc in Sanskrit * All posts of Sanskrit teachers to be filled with full-time appointments and not ad-hoc teachers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Published: October 8 2017 12:37 am Officials from the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights at the building in Faridabad (Express Photo) Related News “One time in anger didi took off all my clothes and threw hot water from the geyser on my back Didi hit me on the head with a rolling pin and split it open She hit me on my hand with loha (iron) or the rolling pin She tied my hands behind my back with the doggy belt and my legs with a chunni Then she tied a polythene on my mouth to stop me from breathing” This is the statement of a 13-year-old domestic help to the Haryana State Commission for Protection of Child Rights The child employed as a domestic help in Faridabad over the last three years was rescued Wednesday when she attempted to climb into the neighbour’s balcony to escape further torture She fell off and landed on the balcony of an empty flat below She was rescued five hours late after her employer alerted guards police said The child came to Faridabad from Patna in 2014 and started working as a domestic help at the flat of 22-year-old Sneha Yadav an engineering student at Manav Rachna University Sneha was granted bail by a district court on Friday The girl’s parents who reached Delhi on Thursday work in the mines of Sneha’s father Sanjay Yadav in Patna They hadn’t seen their daughter for the last three years — a period during which she was allegedly tortured and beaten The alleged ordeal inside house C-1101 however remained hidden from residents of Kanishka Towers in Faridabad’s Sector 34 The flat is located on the top floor and only two of the five other flats in the tower are occupied “She (Sneha) never seemed interested in interacting so we did not make an effort either We never heard anything from the flat but that could be because the child’s screams were muffled” said a resident who did not wish to be named However another resident claimed “Supervisors and guards knew about it and they tried to convince the woman to stop troubling the girl Apparently she promised to send her back to Patna so they dropped the matter” Narender Kumar Sharma executive member of the residents’ welfare association said “Sneha kept to herself Nobody from here has been to her flat” While the guards refused to comment the supervisor Devender said “We do not interfere in what happens in residents’ homes I didn’t know this was going on nor did anyone approach me” Although the child was often seen walking her employer’s dog or going to buy groceries nobody had spoken to her “I noticed injury marks on her hand once but didn’t ask her about it” said an employee at a local shop In her statement to the State Commission the child said “If I ever spoke to anyone while coming or going from the lift she (Sneha) would get angry” Unable to confide in anyone she spent the day doing “all the housework cooking food sweeping mopping washing dishes washing clothes bathing the dog and combing its fur” In her statement she also said that “there were cameras all over didi’s house” “She would check the cameras every evening see what work had been done Only after that would she give me food” the girl said Police sources said a lot of the footage from the cameras is missing Commissioner of Police Hanif Qureshi said “The footage the cameras may or may not have captured is a matter of investigation” Recalling her escape bid the child stated: “That day didi had been hitting me since night My head had been spinning since morning but she forced me to work When she was in the bathroom I decided to jump from the 11th floor and run away But she saw me and grabbed my hand I slipped and fell on the 10th-floor balcony” She was rescued by residents who took her to the police station and then to the Child Welfare Committee While Faridabad Police is preparing to challenge the accused’s bail order in a sessions court the girl has been admitted to a hospital She has also been put under police protection so that she is not coerced into changing her statement “The child is in desperate need of medical attention We will not hand over her custody to her parents This appears to be a case of bonded labour and they were the ones who put her into it” Bal Krishan Goel a member of the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights said For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Related News Union minister V K Singh said on Monday. the government should make provisioning in budget towards production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API). 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City Beautiful? Construction waste heaped in a cornerovergrown grass and filthy conditions present a neglected picture While residents have demanded time and again that the land be developed as a parkaction is yet to be taken The landwhich has a large number of mango treeswas maintained by residents till a year ago when construction waste was dumped here Rainwater accumulates in the uneven land and potholes proving to be a health hazard Though there are only a few swings and a benchit has become impossible to sit or walk around due to extensive wild growth The residents also claim to have constructed a badminton court some time back A residentDeepinder Chhabrasays: The lights and poles of the badminton court were stolen The court is lying dug up for laying the pipeline for tertiary treated water bec our children cannot play here? (PTI Photo by Shailendra Bhojak) Related News Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Monday alleged that there was an atmosphere of “fear” across the country and the minorities were feeling “threatened” under the Narendra Modi government. My friends from the press are feeling uncomfortable, ?else you will be offended by it, he quipsadding how the songs were a way to measure the audience response He admits that films like Delhi Belly help him to explore his other side On the comedy fronthe starts with a new show in October For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: July 7 2009 4:23 pm Related News Akshay Kumar is thrilled and upset at the same time Thrilledbecause his new movie?At present, Javed Khan,cardiology,Emaar had approached DDA to buy out 250 flats from its share, which controls the arm engines.

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