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this time is crucial, he says Each herdsman can expect to earn anywhere between Rs 5 to Rs 10 lakh for his animalsdepending upon their quality money that sustains them till next year The cut-throat competition also explains the haggling most buyers and sellers engage in But every shop keeper knows his prized animalsand on themtheres no haggling?another herdsman,The police is currently reviewing the footage of CCTV cameras installed at the school The report quoted deputy commissioner of police (North division).

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For example, adding that those killing innocent people in the name of cows were not "real Hindus". Where are the culprits involved in anti-Sikh riots of 1984?. Very few of them are in jail rest are roaming free" Javadekar said Azad retorted: "Let me say that in all the communal riots that occurred in India people from your ‘parivaar’ were found involved" He said it was the Congress that fought for the country’s freedom and "not you people" before the opposition members walked out of the House Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir said the Modi government was neither anti-Dalit nor anti-Muslim In his reply to the discussion Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the government would show no sympathy to those lynching people in the name of cow protection "Nobody has the right to take law in his hands And if somebody does he should be condemned arrested and prosecuted The government’s stand is very clear — nobody is allowed to do that" Jaitley said in the Rajya Sabha ".there is no rationalisation no argument about hurting of sentiments can be an explanation for the crime" he said adding that the central government was absolutely committed on the issue and had already sent an advisory to the states "The law will certainly take its course in these cases No amount of sympathy will be shown to these people The Prime Minister has spoken thrice on the issue" Jaitley said On the atrocities on Dalits Jaitley said oppression in the name of caste would not be tolerated and that stringent laws were in place to protect the Dalits "The way we have historically treated one section of our brethren is a black spot in our history We owe it to ourselves if not to them to reverse that process of history" the minister said However the senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader said it was also not proper to "eulogise" cow slaughter in states where there was no prohibition on cow slaughter BSP leader Satish Chandra Mishra said that his party was not satisfied with the minister’s reply and staged a walkout With inputs from agencies Written by Agencies | Idukkikerala | Published: December 23 2011 1:52 pm Related News Technical experts in the Supreme Court-appointed Empowered Committee on Mullaperiyar Dam issue on Friday began their visit of dams in Idukki district and adjoining areas to provide inputs for the panel to draw up its report on the dispute between Kerala and Tamil Nadu The expert membersC D Thatte and K K Mehtafirst visited the Pambala Dam at lower Periyar area They would inspect IdukkiKulamavu and Cheruthoni dams later in the day They are expected to arrive at Mullaperiyar this evening and inspect the 116-year-old Mullaperiyar Dam tomorrow The Empowered Committee under the chairmanship of former Chief Justice of India A S Anand was set up in 2010 with the mandate of examining all aspects of the dispute over the dam between the two states Kerala wants a new dam to be built arguing that the existing structure was extremely weak and if it collapsed lives of over three million people would be in danger Tamil Nadu hashoweverrejected this contention holding that the dam could be retained by doing necessary repairs to it The apex court constituted the panelwhich has one member each representing Kerala and Tamil Naduwhile considering Tamil Nadu’s plea against the Dam Safety Authority Bill passed by the Kerala Assemblywhich empowered the state agency to decommission any dam in the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: June 13 2010 2:59 pm Related News Life came to a standstill in the old city on Sunday as a general strike observed to protest against the death of a 17-year-old youth entered second dayeven as authorities imposed prohibitory orders fearing trouble here At least 35 peopleincluding 15 policemenwere injured here when clashes ensued between people mourning the death of teenage boy Tufail Ahmed Mattoo and security personnel on Saturdaydistrict Magistrate Meraj Ahmad Kakroo saidaddingprohibitory orders that were imposed following the clashes will remain in force today as well Howeverpolice and paramilitary force personnel deployed across the city have been directed to allow students with roll number slips to appear in examinations Shops and business markets are closed and traffic off the roads in the cityofficials said Tufail was allegedly killed during a clash between stone pelting demonstrators and security personnel in Ghani memorial stadium near Rajourikadal area on Friday Police on Saturday said that once the postmortem report of is received and cause of death ascertainedit would order an internal probe through DIG Srinagar and delivery of justice will be visible to general public Meanwhilepolice also appealed citizens to discourage miscreants from pelting stones on police which invites use of force For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 12 2017 9:42 am India Pakistan Australia New Zealand Bangladesh England South Africa and Sri Lanka will be contesting to win the 2017 Champions Trophy title Related News The eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy is slated to begin from June 1 Team India will be vying to defend the title which they won under the captaincy of MS Dhoni in 2013 while hosts England will hope to lift their maiden trophy in their own backyard The tournament begins with England taking on Bangladesh in Group A match while the last group stage match will see Sri Lanka playing Pakistan on June 12 The top two teams from each group will progress to the knockout stage while the winners from the semifinals will meet on June 18 at The Oval in the Finale? In the counting of votes held yesterday for the BMC polls, Both teams have 2 points each but India are sitting at the helm with a better net run-rate.and this is more than half the total strength of government employees of six lakh. over-rely on their newly shaped forearms and hit shots that would be sixes back home but would be caught in the deep. Gujarat’s investment seminar at the ‘Make in India’ week was much more modest than Maharashtra,eventually,s pathetic when the government appears clueless.

doubly sure that there were no foreign media present in the courtroom in accordance with an High Court order? At thistwo Indians working for foreign media organisations stood up and told the court that they were working for foreign organisations They were asked by the court to leave According to the High Court orderonly journalists working with accredited national dailiesapart from PTI and UNIare allowed to cover the proceedings All other journalistsincluding those working for electronic media and othersmust take the reports from these agencies For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMelbourne:Victorious Australianskipper Steve Smith paid tribute to Mitchell Starc’s match-turning impact to spur Australia to a sensational series victory over Pakistan on Day 5 of the second Test in Melbourne on Friday The Australians leading by just 22 runs going into the final day mustered a 181-run quickfire lead before declaring and bowling out Pakistan in just 532 overs to grab a famous victory Starc spearheaded the final day turnaround slamming 84 runs off 91 balls with seven sixes before taking four wickets for 36 off 152 overs to help skittle the tourists for 163 Mitchell Starc celebrates the wicket of Pakistan’s Babar Azam on Day 5 of the 2nd Test Getty Images "I thought Starcy was incredible I thought he batted incredibly" Smith said "He broke the record for the most sixes at the MCG and hit the ball incredibly cleanly to give us an opportunity to get 180 and have the overs that we did at them today It was pretty special "What Starcy’s done was world-class” Starc’s seven sixes surpassed the record in an innings in a Melbourne Test held by Andrew Symonds with six in his 72 against South Africa in 2005 Smith said it was a remarkable effort by his team to get up after Pakistan had batted for the most part of the first three rain-disrupted days to declare for 443 in their first innings “It’s got to be right up there I said to the boys this morning that cricket’s a funny game and anything can happen" the captain said "The plan this morning was to bat for the first 40 minutes and hopefully lose no wickets and then be able to put our foot down and get a bit of a total to have a crack at Pakistan today "To come out and do what we did -– we always thought if we could get three or four wickets when we got the ball reversing we’d be in with a show" Smith also had praise for maligned off-spinner Nathan Lyon who grabbed the crucial wickets of Younis Khan captain Misbah-ul-Haq and in-form No 6 Asad Shafiq to crack the game wide open "A lot of credit has got to go to Nathan Lyon I thought he bowled beautifully this afternoon" Smith said "He mixed up his seam the way he was bowling he bowled a lot of cross-seam balls today which I guess put a bit of doubt in the Pakistan batters’ minds "He came up with the crucial wickets to get us in a good position for when the ball started to reverse" Smith said the come-from-behind win was significant for his young team’s confidence “I think it can give you that belief to know that you’re never out of the game or you can pull a win out of your hat from nowhere" he said "It was quite remarkable the way we were able to do that today "Everything just went to plan It was just one of those days "I’m just incredibly pleased and hopefully the guys can take a lot of confidence out of how they’ve played this week” Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: July 8 2013 2:52 am Related News Union Information and Broadcasting Minister and Ludhiana MP Manish Tewari held a series of meeting in villages as well as urban areas on Sunday One such meeting was at Vijayanand Diagnosticwhere once againCongress MLA Bharat Bhushan Ashu was conspicuous by his absence Even the area councillorNarinder Shama who is a cousin of Ashuwas absent Howeverthe Congress rebel candidate Ravinder Syan who had contested as an independent candidate against Narinder Sharma was present Ashuwhen asked about his differencessaid? Alleging blatant irregularities in the donations made to AAP,82, Gorakhpur and Bareilly — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) February 11, Currently,began shouting at her in front of other staff members. This fact was part of the conversation with Mulayam Singh Yadav that Thakur recorded on 10 July, who will back him after the elections. but Tiger taught me very well.600-crore VVIP chopper deal.

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