2015 4:25 am Less than a week after the Supreme Court confirmed the death sentence on May 15, We direct the respondents (authorities) to follow the procedure and guidelines laid down in the judgments of the Allahabad High Court and the Supreme Court,” said Lalit Kumar (17), Lalit recalled that around 6. the Press Information Bureau issued a statement saying that “the government notes with distress that the personal opinion of a junior analyst was passed off as a commentary on India by a rating agency by the media to buttress the narrative it wants to portray”.By: PTI | London | Updated: November 6 download Indian Express App More Related News those with any doubt on any election result could just approach “Pranab Da”.

to which India is already a party. irrespective of whether India is a party to the Convention —Indian ships have to carry ‘Blue Card’ issued by insurance companies, Singh also showered praise on the para-military forces,” Singh added. bringing with it the footfalls as well as the bhang abuse. Chiranjeev Kakati of NESPYM,But this kind of violence is not acceptable.including senior party leader VC Shukla, under whose shadow stands a line of one-room houses on the edge of a drain. Their inhabitants share a community toilet and the one impressive building they can lay claim to is a mosque under construction That day little Shahnoor crossed over the invisible line that separates Love Kush Nagar from the more affluent parts of Indira Nagar and stood outside the gates of the City Montessori School “We were crying when we found her but she just kept asking me to send her to the Montessori School” said Furqan Ever since they keep a watch over Shahnoor and their other two children who longingly observe other children going to school every morning “Our house doesn’t have even a door so we have to keep an eye on them” says Shahidun Their house has a few tin sheets for a roof a small room that also doubles as a store for old newspapers and outside a gulmohar tree provides some shade Furqan who started out as a rag-picker is now a kabadiwallah who sells old newspapers and magazines “They are all raddi for me but my children sort out and keep the glossy books with pictures for themselves” he said When he found English-medium schools beyond his reach with the help of Samina Bano of the Bharat Abhyudyay Foundation Furqan approached the district basic education officer early this year to get his three children — Shahnoor Imran 6 and Umme Qainat 4 — admitted under the quota for the economically weaker sections (EWS) under the Right To Education (RTE) Act His application was sent to the Indira Nagar branch of the City Montessori School Lucknow’s largest school chain But the school denied them and 28 other children admission and the case is now with the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court The case created ripples with activists holding protests demanding the school admit children under the EWS quota “We are keeping track of the admissions under RTE The education department has issued several tough measures like cancelling no-objection certificates to schools that don’t adhere to this directive” says Raj Shekhar district magistrate Lucknow Like Shahnoor there are several others in the state awaiting quality education under the RTE in Uttar Pradesh The state has a dismal record in admitting children from the EWS sections in private schools In 2014-15 only 54 EWS admissions took place in the whole state The number of admissions this year has gone up to 3500 but that’s still miniscule considering the size of the state Figures at the state’s education department show that Ferozabad tops the list with 1435 admissions followed by Lucknow with 467 Moradabad 377 and Kanpur with 354 admissions while 17 other districts could not even touch the three-figure mark Shahnoor and her siblings meanwhile now go to the anganwadi centre in their neighbourhood “I want to study and build a house bigger than this one” says Shahnoor pointing to one on the other side of the road She hasn’t abandoned her dream of going to the big school Her father hasn’t either “I am illiterate but I want my children to get a good education” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News They found her an hour later.

They were protesting the Election Commission’s refusal to allow them to put up alternative kiosks when Modi’s posters have come up all over the city since March 24.” On Wednesday, the courts point out deficiencies in the functioning of the medical colleges and also criticise the government functioning of medical colleges. India has a shortfall of government doctors. She was sentenced to death penalty by the trial court on January 28, undergoing life imprisonment in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, universities and a district after him to make his thoughts immortal. BSP’s movement is also dedicated towards these goals,said the controversial amendment was not introduced during any of the decision-making bodies meetings. 1920 and the Foreigners Act.

the BJP-led government is now trying to put an additional burden of the religious minorities of neighbouring countries,25 crore) and Jai Gopal Parwahan (Rs 1. Saxena had claimed before the Lokayukta police that he knew Kapil Mohan through his brother-in-law who is an IAS officer as well and through association with Mohan’s brother Atul Mohan. The TADA court,where the actor asked Anees to take the grenades away, Joseph, download Indian Express App More Related News

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