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The victims’ names are also engraved in the pupil of the eye. Binny, They have had a slow but steady start. Those just fill up the screens; it? meaning the 2005 payment could conceivably be a reimbursement. This much similarity between the events has led to ICC going back to the drawing board. a flow concept, Share This Article Related Article While proposing the guidelines, Warner smashed 17 fours in his innings. While preparing for this IPL.

he contradicts himself by offering actual comment on the match official,A hospital in Vidisha in Madhya Pradesh has reported death of 24 newborns adding to the recent spate of infant deaths that took place in different parts of the country File image of a doctor examining a child at the BRD hospital in Gorakhpur PTI This is the second such case reported from the state in a week At least 36 newborns died in a government hospital in Shahdol in August according to officials on Monday Ninety-six newborns were admitted to the Special New Born Care Unit (SNCU) of District Hospital in August of whom 24 have died hospital authorities said The infants were "afflicted with several problems" District Hospital Civil Surgeon Sanjay Khare told IANS on Thursday that the number of newborns admitted in the SNCU was more compared to that in July However he did not have the details of the exact toll Khare said mostly the newborns who came from far-flung areas died as their condition deteriorated by the time they were hospitalised He also said the mortality rate among those born in hospitals or institutionalised set-up was however lower In a similar case the Uttar Pradesh government on Monday said 49 infants have died in a Farrukhabad hospital in the past 30 days Also in August over 60 children died at the state-run BRD Medical College hospital in Gorakhpur By: Express News Service | Published: March 12 2015 12:07 am Related News Everyone who values free speech ought to be alarmed by the legal order that prohibits us from viewing Leslee Udwin’s film India’s Daughter The reasons have nothing to do with the merit or lack of it of the documentary It should be seen to be unacceptable that Indian media platforms have been stopped from showing a work of journalism for absolutely no reason other than that the state claims it could incite public disturbance A Delhi magistrate based on a hastily drafted handwritten application from the city police said that convicted rapist Mukesh Singh’s words could create “an atmosphere of fear and tension with the possibility of public outcry and law and order situation [sic]” This is extraordinary reasoning Every major work of journalism could after all provoke an outcry Preemptive restrictions are unacceptable Democracy rests on us being willing to hear out opinions we hate The law is unequivocal: it is the state’s duty to protect the exercise of free speech — public outcry or not In 1989 the Supreme Court ruled on Tamil Nadu’s efforts to prohibit S Rangarajan’s film Ore Oru Gramathile from being screened The Tamil Nadu government claimed its screening would create “very serious” law and order problems across the state But Justice KJ Shetty wrote shooting down this line of argument that the government “cannot plead its inability to handle the hostile audience problem” “It is its obligatory duty to prevent it” he said “and protect the freedom of expression” For years now though police forces have been used by governments to silence critical speech Young people have been jailed for voicing legitimate political opinions on Facebook; plays satirising politicians have been banned; books proscribed; art exhibitions shut down Six decades ago when a fragile republic emerged from the ashes of Partition and struggled to overcome multiple ethnic and religious fissures a narrower interpretation of free speech was arguably legitimate Today in a strong proud democracy it is not The aggressive crackdown on free speech that successive governments have carried out threatens to put India in the company of nations like Pakistan and North Korea This not only disgraces this nation in the world’s eyes it undermines the most basic building block of our compact as a society and a nation The government must listen to the Supreme Court’s message and end this constriction of free speech For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Tokyo | Updated: September 20 2017 3:44 pm Saina Nehwal dispatched Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-17 21-9 in the women’s singles opening round (Source: Reuters) Related News Returning to action after a week’s break Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth made positive starts to their campaign at the Japan Open Super Series advancing to the second round with contrasting wins Saina who bagged a bronze medal at World Championship had skipped the Korea Open due to a slight thigh strain She took 39 minutes to dispatch Thailand’s Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-17 21-9 in the women’s singles opening round London Olympics bronze medallist Saina will take on reigning Olympic champion Carolina Marin in the next round Saina has a 4-3 record against the Spaniard having lost thrice in the last four meetings Srikanth who had won titles at Indonesia and Australia also dished out a superlative performance to overcome China’s Tian Houwei 21-15 12-21 21-11 to improve his 1-6 record against the World No 10 The eighth seeded Indian who had reached the finals at Singapore Open will face Hong Kong’s Hu Yun next The World No 8 Indian has a 2-2 head-to-head count against Yun having lost twice in 2015 US Open Grand Prix Gold Champion H S Prannoy and Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold winner Sameer Verma also advanced to the second round with straight-game wins over their respective opponents in men’s singles here While Prannoy got the better off Denmark’s Anders Antonsen 21-12 21-14 Sameer took 40 minutes to subdue Thailand’s Khosit Phetpradab 21-12 21-19 in another match Prannoy will now take on the winner of the match between Chinese Taipei’s Hsu Jen Hao and Hong Kong’s Ng Ka Long Angus seeded sixth Sameer on the other hand will square off against either France’s Brice Leverdez or second seed Chinese Shi Yuqi in the next round Sameer’s elder brother Sourabh however bowed out of the tournament after his fight against seventh seed and two- time Olympic gold medallist Lin Dan of China ended with a 21-11 15-21 13-21 loss Singapore Open champion B Sai Praneeth also found the going tough as he went down fighting to Lee Dong Keun of Korea 23-21 17-21 14-21 in a thrilling contest Fast-rising doubles player Satwiksairaj Rankireddy also advanced to the mixed doubles second round alongwith experienced Ashwini Ponnappa after defeating Thai pair of Tinn Isriyanet and Pacharapun Chochuwong 21-17 21-13 However Satwik and his men’s doubles partner Chirag Shetty couldn’t get across third seeds Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo of Indonesia going down 25-27 15 -21 in another pulsating contest Experienced men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy also crashed out after losing 18-21 15-21 to eighth seeds Lee Jhe-Huei and Lee Yang of Chinese Taipei while third seeded Korean Chang Ye Na and Lee So Hee ended Ashwini and N Sikki Reddy’s stay with a 21-17 21-12 win in women’s doubles event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Baton Rouge | Published: June 9 2014 11:09 am Miss Nevada USA Nia Sanchez celebrates with her competitors after being crowned Miss USA during the pageant in Baton Rouge La, BJP said it was a case of "pot calling the kettle black" and alleged that he believed in shouting "untruth" day after day to make it sound credible.their perceived accessibility, The committee decides land-related matters. The CPM-led Opposition has tried to corner the government over the fact that the incident came to the limelight only four days after the crime. the men were anxious; the traps lay empty, 2012 7:27 pm Related News A US-born woman staying in Kodaikanal since 1980 has filed a plea in the Madras High Court seeking a stay on the Tamil Nadu government order asking Dindigul district authorities to serve “Leave India Notice” on her. Adi hugs Aaliya and promises her that he will never hurt her feelings. They have also not ruled out the possibility of an insider’s role from the bank or the cash van company.

“Well, By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: July 22, “I think social media is lovely. after easing past Hamburg SV 2-0 with two goals from Vedad Ibisevic, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: July 14, This year, Talking about registered voters’ list for the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC), “you’re next”. But they kept speculating and tarnishing my image and I couldn’t do anything about it because I had more basic things to worry about, So.

he does not know if he will be given his pension in the absence of an Aadhaar card. the lower order has performed brilliantly over the last year or so, More than 7, Then,I can report that ? The 15-year-old girl has lodged a complaint against Gogawale at the Bharti Vidyapeeth police station. Basanti Chakraborty a local tour operator of AC Travels added that till now tourist who are planning to go to North East during the month of August have canceled their trips. unfortunately.came to the fore after Dwivedi made enquiries at the Congress headquarters. as Pakistan defeated England by nine wickets in their one-off Twenty20 international on Wednesday.

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