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Ishq karta hai tauba?but Neha Bhasin, At lunch on the terrace of Hotel Monte Mulini, It’s like a tougher version of us. download Indian Express App More Top News Shyampukur, Rafferty from Northwestern University and Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Virginia. Assam and a bunch of parties from the Northeast will meet in Guwahati on Wednesday to finalise the charter of the Northeast Democratic Alliance (NEDA), talent, tourism technology and trade It also speaks of creating new cities There are four industrial corridors proposed The Mumbai-Delhi corridor which is in progress is the second largest infrastructure project in the world” Sharma said “We have always been traditional because of our ancient culture; there is no dearth of talent in our country; trade is going on since the Silk Route; and as far as technology is concerned we have reached the Mars and (are) also making satellites What are the BJP and Modi talking about” “BJP has indulged in political plagiarism” he said Hitting out at BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Sharma said “When Modi speaks there is only hatred and anger There are no expressions of sensitivity pain on his face” He also accused RSS and BJP of spending Rs 10000 crore to make Modi the Prime Minister Sharma however said that Congress was a little late in exposing Modi’s “false Gujarat model of development projections” He also countered BJP’s argument that government should order a probe if it suspected that the party’s campaign was excessively expensive saying that Modi knew very well that a probe cannot be ordered during the elections and therefore he was making such statements in his “fixed” media interviews The Union Minister alleged that 80 per cent of the hoardings the advertising space in the national and regional dailies and airtime on TV and radio channels had been bought by the BJP “for one person” “Calculate it with the prescribed rates for advertising and the number of newspapers and 714 TV channels The party is not showing this expenditure to the Election Commission From where the money has come Much of the money was spent before the Code of Conduct came into force” he said Sharma also said that an election campaign of this magnitude was unprecedented in the country’s history “Congress does not have this kind of resources and money” he said The opinion polls predicting a Modi wave were “fixed” and “doctored” he said He defended UPA’s economic record by saying that “it’s only in the last two years that there has been an economic slowdown But countries across the world have yet to revive after the global meltdown of 2008” By belittling the achievements of UPA government BJP was lowering the country’s morale he said Dismissing “the Gujarat model” Sharma said as per the RBI data of the USD 305 billion of Foreign Direct Investment Maharashtra had received the highest USD 64 billion while Gujarat was at number 5 with USD 9 billion investment “Going by the claims made at Vibrant Gujarat summits about the investment committed every year it should be more than USD 305 billion the national figure” he said He also said that opposition members in Gujarat Assembly are suspended most of the time during the sessions “Modi has never answered a starred question and has never spoken in the Vidhan Sabha even on thanksgiving motion on Governor’s address “Electronic media and press photographers are not allowed in the Vidhan Sabha premises All phones in the state are tapped” he said adding that Gujarat had turned into a police state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News
Related News In the increasingly competitive organic food industry in India,director of higher education-Maharashtra, “The state government will frame a policy to set up electric vehicle charging stations for electric vehicles across the state,the VC said in an appeal to the students. Does this ruling mean anything for me? their husbands having mostly disappeared in the custody of security forces. With the state not acknowledging their disappearance these women don’t figure anywhere in the Jammu and Kashmir government’s compensation scheme for people killed in the two-decade-long conflict There are varied opinions among religious clerics about the time a woman should wait before remarrying if her husband has gone missing According to the Hanafi school of thought — the most dominant and the most rigid — women have to wait for a period of 90 years before they can marry again Other scholars from the Shafi Hanbali and Maliki schools see this as impractical and favour a smaller waiting periods — from a year to four years Some scholars say that if a missing husband hasn’t left any sustenance for her wife she can remarry without waiting December’s meeting was crucial because it managed to arrive at a consensus on an issue where almost everyone initially stuck to his opinion “I am of the opinion that if the woman is of marriageable age and if her husband hasn’t left any means for her sustenance she can re-marry immediately without waiting” said Mujahid Shabir Falahi representative of the Jamat-e-Islami Another religious scholar Showkat Ahmad Keng of the Anjuman Himayat-ul-Islam wanted the waiting period for ‘half-widows’ to be reduced to one year citing a decree by many of the scholars from Deoband “We have to keep in mind the circumstances (under which they have disappeared)” he said “The Indian ulema are of the view that the waiting period should be one year We should also go by that” Finally the scholars agreed on a four-year waiting period But for many ‘half-widows’ the questions won’t end with this “Even if we assume that the fatwa brings some of us a sense of closure what about our children They will never know what happened to their father” says Naseema 30 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Pune | Published: October 9 2017 4:58 am Pimpri-Chinchwad has around 66000 illegal structures some of which have already been flattened by the civic body after a Bombay High Court order Express Top News IN a relief to lakhs of unauthorised structures in the jurisdiction of municipal corporations in Maharashtra the state government has finally framed rules to legalise those illegal structures which had come up before December 31 2015 On Saturday the government issued a notification containing final rules which detail the structures which can be regularised and those that cannot be regularised The notification however makes it clear that the illegal structures will be regularised only after the owner pays certain compounded charges Of all the municipal corporations citizens living in the jurisdiction of Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) would be the biggest beneficiaries as the industrial city has around 66000 illegal structures some of which have already been flattened by the civic body after a Bombay High Court order The issue of illegal structures has been raging since the 2014 Assembly elections Two MLAs Laxman Jagtap and Mahesh Landge had quit NCP after the party failed to resolve the issue and had joined the BJP which had promised to find the “full and final solution” Keeping its promise the Devendra Fadnavis-led state government first modified the Maharashtra Regional Town Planning (MRTP) Act in 2016 and then issued draft rules in 2017 After receiving suggestions and objections on the draft rules the government on Saturday came up with final rules which have been published in the official gazette Jagtap president of BJP Pimpri-Chinchwad unit and Landge have hailed the government move calling it a Diwali gift for thousands of ordinary citizensThe duo said that before coming to power the BJP government had made a promise that it would regularise illegal structures and it has kept its promise “After coming to power Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had publicly spoken several times about his government’s desire to bring relief to the hassled residents and has lived up to his words” Jagtap and Landge said “The Damocles’ sword hanging over the heads of thousands of residents has now disappeared…citizens can now take heart from the government move” they added The rules state that unauthorised structures on inam (gifted) lands and class II occupants lands on production of clearance or no objection certificate from the competent authority will be regularised The rules specify that authorised structures on lands reserved for public purposes except playground garden and open spaces in any plan will be regularised if the said reservation is shifted or deleted after following the due process of law subject to condition that the cost of shifting or deletion is borne by the owner or the occupier As per the notification illegal structures on lands reserved for linear reservations such as roads railways metros in any plan can be regularised if the said linear reservations are shifted after following the due process of law Similarly unauthorised structures violating the land use zone would be regularised if the land use zone is changed after following the due process of law Unauthorised structures on government lands or lands owned by other public authorities would be regularised on production of no objection certificate from the land owning authority and after transfer or allotment or lease of such land to concerned person The rules also state that illegal structures on land earmarked for any special scheme for rehabilitation or resettlement of any project affected person would be regularised at the discretion of the Planning Authority Civic activists however said what was likely to rattle the residents was the amount of compounding charges that they would have to pay As per the final rules (a) infrastructure charges equal to the development charges shall be levied and recovered from those seeking to regularise their illegal structures (b) Compounding charges not less than double the development charges will be levied and recovered Alleging that Fadnavis government has deceived the people in the name of regularising illegal structures activist-turned-politician Maruti Bhapkar said “While the move to regularise is welcome the government has undone its good work by deciding to levy huge compounding charges The compounding charges will be so huge that people will not be in a position to pay them up” For instance Bhapkar said if a resident has a flat worth Rs 15 lakh he will have to pay at least Rs 3 to 4 lakh compounding charges “For an ordinary citizen for whose benefit the government supposedly took the decision it is going to be a big blow” he said BJP general secretary Sarang Kamtekar however said the compounding charges will be a measly amount “It is wrong to say that violators will be burdened with huge compounding charges There will be charges for various violations but we believe the charges will not be huge one The government has taken a decision in the interest of ordinary citizens after considering all aspects” Kamtekar said When contacted Municipal Commissioner Shravan Hardikar said the final rules have been received by the civic body and he needed time to study them before making a comment “I will have to go through the rules before I make any comment” he said He said there were around 66000 illegal structures in Pimpri-Chinchwad some of which have been demolished “We must be having just over 60000 illegal structures” he said Shiv Sena MP Shrirang Barne who had launched a massive agitation before the 2014 Assembly election for regularising the illegal structures said “The move is welcome It will benefit the ordinary citizens However I will have to find out whether the rules will really benefit them and whether they will be in a position to pay the compounding charges” he said Structures that can’t be regularised under the new norms The rules make it clear that unauthorised structures in the areas where development is prohibited by or under any law or development prohibited areas such as rivers canals tanks blue floodline defence zone quarry heritage buildings dumping grounds ecologically sensitive areas like hill-slope having slope greater than 1:5; CRZ-1 areas mangroves forest will not be regularised or shall not be considered for declaration as compounded structures under section 52 A of the MRTP Act Likewise authorised structures in buffer zones and structurally unsafe building and authorised development carried out by violating the land use permissible in zones of development plan except in the residential zone For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News But if the party were to be honest with itself, on the back of these promises, A budgetary allocation has to be made, “One of the advantages of games is that they are intrinsically motivating.
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