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That incident came just hours after the attack in Barcelona, The LFP, It’s very important to try to find the right solution, to finish with 30 wins, one leader said; another said he was in Delhi rehearsing for the Padma awards (he receives the honour on Saturday in Delhi) and, "People of Ahmedabad are sensible. There is a lot of talent in India which can compete at the international level but they didn’t receive much appreciation and a good reward money at the national level. 2017 6:29 am Top News A week after Punjab and Haryana High Court ruled that civil courts are best suited to settle disputes surrounding the controversial land deals in Gurugram’s Gwal Pahari village, The Act was passed by the state legislature in April 2016 and took effect from July 2017.Poovamma does hold potential in her pet event.

indicates India will have to fall back on the likes of Mandeep, That would virtually mean Pakistan standing alone or on a much weaker footing than before vis-à-vis India. it is a meagre $12 billion or thereabouts. Also, it said the “government cannot be seen playing games in a matter of national importance”. But they are also quick to point out their unhappiness over many issues (Table 1).Even your much-vaunted Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is seen as a political stunt This has also led to a decline in your popularity (Table 2) In the last three months another 12 per cent of Delhi citizens think that your performance is not up to their expectations This is a steep fall In our connected age we lose support very quickly Technology which propelled us to power can also take votes away from us at the same speed I empathise with the challenges you face You and I have multiple demands on our time and we have to multi-task As my term as president draws to a close I think hard about what I have done for my country’s future My advice to you as someone who seeks to leave a mark on India is that your government should stick to one or for that matter two or three big policy initiatives follow them through and make sure they have the desired impact Do not micromanage Let me give you an example When I was elected president in 2008 I had to deliver on a financial crisis the withdrawal of troops from Iraq a security crisis in Afghanistan healthcare reforms climate change immigration reforms etc When I went back to voters in 2012 I had one big policy decision — the affordable healthcare act — to campaign on I recognise that this act is far from being perfect but I made sure to clear every obstacle that came in the way The healthcare reform act was not only rescued from Republican opposition in the Senate but also from judicial challenges in the Supreme Court The technical difficulties with the website (healthcaregov) in the initial period threatened the reforms Legislative loopholes in the bill have allowed states that are controlled by Republicans not to enact the law in full measure Despite these glitches the act has been described as a big step in providing better and lower cost healthcare to millions of Americans This is my legacy and I am proud of it Narendra bhai it is your prerogative to select the policy area(s) you wish to focus on The opposition and various interest groups (including in your own party) would pull you in many directions Let the performance of your party inthe Delhi election be a reminder that your government needs to switch gear from campaign mode to governance mode Leaders like you and me whoare elected on the promise of hope for the aspiring classes cannot governby politicking alone Yours truly Barack The writers are with Lokniti-CSDS Delhi and the Travers Department of Political Science University of California Berkeley US For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mohan Rao | Published: August 3 2016 12:08 am Ms X had challenged the act arguing that the 20-week limit was unreasonable arbitrary and violated her right to life and equality Top News In an important judgment on July 25 a Supreme Court Bench comprising Justice J S Khehar and Justice Arun Mishra changed the legal landscape of the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) Act of 1971 The case in question pertains to a 20 year old woman Ms X who claims to have been raped by her fiancé who went back on his promise of marriage Twenty-four weeks pregnant with a deformed foetus she had challenged the 20-week cap on the period at which a medical termination of pregnancy could be performed as per the MTP act Ms X had challenged the act arguing that the 20-week limit was unreasonable arbitrary and violated her right to life and equality Continuing the pregnancy her lawyers argued portended “grave injury to her physical and mental health” Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi argued that if the mother’s life is in danger “there is no time limit for conducting an abortion If you have to save a life you need to cross the limit of 20 weeks” We are not told of her reasons for delaying seeking abortion The case however raises significant issues It is of course in sharp contrast to a case in Ireland in 2013 where a woman dentist of Indian origin who had an incomplete and natural abortion was denied medical intervention to complete it The medical establishment and the legal establishment watched her die of septicaemia It is ironic that barely a year later in a national referendum Ireland voted for legal sanction to same-sex marriage Denial of reproductive rights of women apparently goes hand-in-hand with rights for the LGBT community In India of course progressive moves towards reproductive rights for women are not matched with equally progressive moves towards decriminalising same-sex relationships But the relationship between reproductive rights and LGBT rights is equally complicated in the US In 2015 in Indiana a young unmarried woman Purvi Patel was jailed for 30 years for causing abortion and also bizarrely of causing the death of her “born-alive foetus” More and more states in the US are making abortion difficult with a large number of states mandating that a woman seeking an abortion be shown an ultrasound image of her foetus before she can decide to terminate her pregnancy Women have been jailed on suspicion of having induced a termination of pregnancy when their pregnancies have terminated naturally Indiana has a foeticide law; it does not have a law that criminalises abortion The law passed under the guise of protecting pregnant women from violence is now being used to punish pregnant women seeking abortion Thirty-eight US states have passed such foeticide laws In 2015 the US Supreme Court upheld under the right to religion the right of employers not to insure their employees for contraception Access to paid contraception for women is also under threat At the same time state after state in the US and country after country around the world legalises same-sex marriages with a host of celebrity couples endorsing this Ms X’s case in India also raises questions about the eugenic basis for permitting abortion This is in fact one of the clauses of the MTP act : A woman can seek abortion if the foetus she carries is not normal This was the reason cited in the Niketa Mehta case in 2008 when it was argued that she be permitted to abort her abnormal foetus as revealed by genetic tests that could be performed only after 20 weeks of pregnancy These genetic technologies to detect foetal abnormalities did not exist when the MTP Act was passed in 1971 The medical establishment argued that the 20 week limit seriously curbed parents’ choice to access these technologies It is no secret that the Mehta case got the support of the powerful and well-heeled reproductive health and tourism industry looking forward to a rush of such genetic testing The Bombay High Court did not allow abortion in the Niketa Mehta case arguing that the MTP Act did not permit it to do so Mehta subsequently had a still birth The recent Supreme Court judgment therefore promises precisely this bonanza for the industry In recent years of course the eugenic basis for abortion has been questioned by disability rights activists They came together with the Hindu right-wing anti-abortion lobby in the Chandigarh Nari Niketan case in 2012 challenging the Chandigarh High Court judgment to permit a mentally challenged young woman sexually abused in the Nari Niketan home to abort The Supreme Court overruled the high court and suggested that the young woman be permitted to give birth because she was otherwise healthy In this case the Supreme Court regrettably converted a woman into a birth-machine The child delivered was put up for adoption It must be borne in mind that — as scholars have argued — the MTP Act was passed not to enhance women’s rights but primarily for purposes of population control It is worth noting that there was hardly a voice of dissent then The lone voice of dissent was the then Shankaracharya of Puri a known RSS supporter who argued that Hindu women would disproportionately utilise abortion facilities thus contributing to the Muslim rates of population growth No one then took him seriously Today however when Hindutva is all powerful these are not voices in the wilderness There is an anti-abortion movement in India imitative of that in the US and women’s reproductive rights stand threatened here too Extending the date for abortion strengthens the armoury of these anti-abortion activists who will scream foeticide It also raises concerns among doctors who are for abortion but do not want the period extended lest they commit and be accused of foeticide Thus while the Supreme Court judgment has brought relief to Ms X it has also raised several disturbing questions The writer is professor at the Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health Jawaharlal Nehru University For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News that is certainly not the case. Independent said Priyanka was underused in the film. Ishita asks who has filed the complaint when Police calls Gagan and Roshni’s mom come in and blame Aadi. This does not mean Indian society must perforce be homogeneous.

undifferentiated citizenship is an ideologue? Each accident is an isolated tragedy, there is little likelihood we can be made more secure. national media have reported several other cases where people from the Northeast have been unfairly targeted and attacked in Delhi and Gurgaon. “My driver passed away on April 12 and we had to take his body to Chandanwadi. that have been revealed on closer look, and even though the film was largely panned by critics, it is a cash transfer, which is only 0. "Individual supplies of Western arms are not capable of cardinally changing the situation.

Speaking in the northern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Tuesday, Darshan J. Sarang Arun Deshmukh Ananthkumar Bengaluru Bulls: Ashish Kumar Harish Naik Sumit Singh Ravinder Pahal Ajay Rohit Kumar Sinotharan Kanesharajah Sanjay Shrestha Sachin Kumar Gurvinder Singh Mahender Singh Pradeep Narwal Kuldeep Singh Ankit Sangwan Amit Rohit Preetam Chhillar Sunil Jaipal For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Chinmaya R Gharekhan | Published: July 17 2015 1:16 am Iran’s rise as a regional actor will also open new options for India in Afghanistan amidst the current gloom about New Delhi’s declining capacity to influence the events in the country Related News The agreement concluded between the P5+1 (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany) and Iran on July 14 is truly historic It may not change the map of the Middle East — though it has already been changed somewhat by the so-called Islamic caliphate — but it will certainly change its geopolitics The success of the negotiations testifies to the role that diplomacy can play in resolving international conflicts Successful diplomacy requires patience perseverance clear goals and the political will to offer compromises Both sides demonstrated these qualities in ample measure Inevitably politicians and experts are busy drawing a balance sheet to determine who won more In many ways this is a model agreement because both sides can claim victory There was an ongoing debate about who needed the deal more and who had the stronger hand This debate can and will continue without conclusion There is an understandable sense of jubilation in Iran The Iranian people have suffered heavily under sanctions and are thrilled that their isolation will soon be over Even President Hassan Rouhani spoke of the end of isolation However the Iranians will soon realise that the relief they have been anticipating will be some time coming The billions of dollars frozen due to sanctions will not be released immediately The sanctions will be eased only after the deal takes effect and this will not happen until the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) certifies that Iran has fully explained its current and past nuclear programmes which will happen only by December 15 at the earliest There is also a snapback provision whereby the sanctions will kick in again 65 days after Iran is found to be in breach of its commitments There are other provisions to which Iranian hardliners will strenuously object when the deal is presented to the Majlis for ratification On the American side battle lines are clearly drawn along partisan lines Some Democrat Congressmen will also oppose the deal not so much because of its weaknesses but because they wish to retain the goodwill of Israel and the Jewish lobby It is probable that the Senate will reject the deal within the next 60 days President Barack Obama has lost no time in declaring that he will veto any such verdict The Republicans will not find it easy to cobble together 67 votes to override the veto though Israel will work overtime to torpedo the deal Iran can help Obama by releasing the American prisoners it has been holding Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states will be more upset It will be entirely up to Iran to assure its neighbours of its peaceful non-aggressive intentions The dangers of nuclear proliferation in the region following the deal are exaggerated There is an interesting point of international law Even if the US Senate were to throw out the deal with 67 votes the other five countries that have coauthored the deal will not be bound by the US Congress’s action The agreement will remain valid especially if endorsed by the UNSC as it certainly will given the unanimity among the permanent members Analysts and Congressmen in America are unanimous in declaring that Iran cannot be trusted to keep its side of the bargain But Obama says that the question is not of trust but of verification (Similarly we too ought to stop speaking of trust in our relations with Pakistan) Detailed provisions for verification have been incorporated in the deal thus ensuring that Iran will not cheat and if it does it will be found out quickly kicking in the process of stopping whatever relief Iran might have obtained Iran has every incentive to abide by its commitments On the whole it is a good deal India should welcome the deal without reservation Experts and think-tanks can and will discuss who won and who lost but as a government we should without delay or hesitation warmly welcome the deal An unequivocal statement of support for an agreement negotiated by six principal powers with whom we have either cordial or good relations would certainly be in order Iran with whom we have less than cordial relations since our negative vote against it at the IAEA a few years ago will also welcome our unreserved support Most importantly from our point of view the deal will be hugely beneficial In due course we will be able to buy and pay for Iranian oil through banking channels If Iran increases production as it will the price of crude will fall further which will help us in our balance of payments Our unambiguous support will also have a positive impact on our plans for the Chabahar port and eventually for access to Central Asia through the northern corridor a much more reliable route than the one through Afghanistan if and when it becomes available to us The writer adjunct senior fellow Delhi Policy Group is a former special envoy of India for the Middle East For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Meanwhile, Naravane had then claimed that Rohan used to frequently fight and harass his mother, we will first go to Mexico. Chandrashekhar’s younger brother Kamal Kishore refused to speak about the protests.