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The court had ratified the woman’s decision and disposed of the petition. the most notable one was Hrishikesh Mukherjee-directed ?I was always the mischievous one,500 separately for an injection, Babua vegetable vendor said Saturdayher condition deteriorated and the family again rushed her to the polyclinic Shaheedaa homemakersaid Dr Pasha immediately put her on salineafter which she developed severe cold and high fever She claimed the doctor then administered an injection but Chandini became unconscious He then allegedly advised the parents to shift her to Manipal Hospital and followed them on his bike Doctors at Manipal Hospital declared Chandini brought dead Soon afterDr Pasha allegedly fled The HAL police are awaiting an autopsy report from Bowring Hospital and viscera report from the forensic sciences laboratory They are checking Chandinis medical historyprescriptions and diagnosis by Dr Pasha For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related NewsYangon: Facing the problem of Rohingya Muslims Myanmar’s state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday likened the issue to Kashmir and said that there is the trouble of sifting terrorists from innocent citizens File image of Aung San Suu Kyi AP Suu Kyi told the media here that there was a need to differentiate between terrorists and innocent people and India was well versed with it as it had been tackling the issue in Kashmir "You in India will be very well versed in this Because (there is) a large Muslim community in India and in places like Kashmir you had this trouble of sorting out the terrorists from the innocent citizens and all those who are not involved in the terrorist movement at all So we have the same problem" she said Suu Kyi said the Myanmar government had tried to provide security to all those residing in the country "We have to take care of our citizens We have to take care of everybody who is in our country whether or not they are our citizens It is our duty and we try our best" she said Suu Kyi is under mounting international pressure to stop the alleged atrocities against the Rohingyas who are even denied citizenship in Myanmar Thousands of Rohingya are crossing over to Bangladesh — where they are sparingly given refugee status — to escape from the violence in Rakhine state Media reports quoted the UNHCR spokesperson in Bangladesh as saying that at least 123000 Rohingyas have crossed over in the past few days The latest exodus began on 25 August after Rohingya insurgents attacked police posts in Rakhine leading to a violent offensive by the Myanmar Army India also faces the problem of Rohingya fleeing into the states bordering Myanmar Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said after his talks with Suu Kyi on Wednesday that India shared Myanmar’s concerns over the situation in Rakhine state and the loss of lives of security personnel and innocent people in the violence blamed on insurgents from the minority community Modi hoped that whether in the peace process or resolving a "specific problem" all stakeholders worked together to find a solution to ensure peace justice and dignity for all by respecting the unity and territorial integrity of Myanmar Preview: Low-in-confidence India will aim for their first win of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers when they host Guam in a return leg match at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Thursday India dropped five places to be 172nd in the latest FIFA rankings and are at the bottom of Group D in the World Cup qualifiers and have slim chances of qualifying for the Asian Cup by finishing third India have lost all their five matches played so far in Group D headed by Oman Guam are in the fourth place India have lost all their five matches played so far in Group D headed by Oman Guam are in the fourth place AIFF Guam 155th in the rankings have beaten India 2-1 in June in the first leg match and will play their away match with full confidence The home side’s hopes of progressing to the second round of the qualifiers are already over and if they don’t take the home advantage they might not even qualify for the 2019 Asian Cup With both the sides training for the match amidst heavy rain here India coach Stephen Constantine has already announced Guam as favourites for the match Guam arrived here a couple of days earlier than India assembled to acclimatise to the conditions “Guam have seven points They are above us in the FIFA Rankings So they are the favourites But at the end of the day it’s what you do on the pitch which determines the result” Constantine said on Wednesday “In any case we didn’t play particularly well which has been the case in all of our away games so far Four games later we are a better side than we were then I have respect for Guam and their coach as they do But we need the points to give ourselves the chance of making the playoffs" he said India have so far played two matches at the Kanteerava stadium The first against Oman which they lost 1-2 The second losing 0-3 to Iran “When I came here in 2015 I was under no illusion as to the difficulties and challenges that lay ahead We had not qualified for the World Cup Qualifiers in eight years” Constantine said “I believe that this group of players that we have and the others that will follow will make us into a competitive team in the months and years to come” the coach said IANS Written by Parul | Chandigarh | Published: August 28 2016 4:19 am Sabri Brothers perform during a festival at Tagore Theatre in Chandigarh on Saturday Express Photo by Kamleshwar Singh Top News THE sound of qawwali and the beauty of poetry transcended many barriers of language and grammar at the ‘Rang-e-Rekhta’ hosted by the Rekhta Foundation Saturday evening at the Tagore Theatre The event an effort to promote Urdu is a tribute to the language its timelessness richness and versatility ‘Rang-e-Rekhta’ is an extension of Rekhta Foundation’s festival Jashn-e-Rekhta: Celebrating Urdu which is held in Delhi annually and celebrates the spirit and eloquence of Urdu language literature art and culture It was a cherishable evening for Chandigarh as it got the opportunity to witness a unique show There was a buzz in the house and the poets and organisers were overwhelmed by the response of Chandigarh towards the effort “From the entire Urdu world I want to thank Rekhta Foundation for reviving the Urdu mushaira This is such a resounding welcome a language something I have fought for my entire life” said renowned poet Prof Waseem Barelvi as he presented some of his best to the audience Some of the country’s most distinguished poets- Farhat Ehsas Manish Shukla Shams Tabreezi – set the mood for the evening as verse by verse they expressed the beauty of the language and their thoughts and emotions Love loneliness the many wonders of nature conflicts the universe and its many facets came alive in the language that exudes beauty and delicacy One of the highlights of the mushaira was the energy and poetry of 92-year-old Pundit Gulzar Dehlavi one of the living exponents of Urdu and Persian poetry who says it with pride and joy “Urdu zabaan meri jaagir hai” For someone who thinks speaks expresses in Urdu Dehlavi believes that the language can bridge many barriers “It was at the age of 8 that I began writing poetry and the language has been part of my being My father was a scholar who taught Urdu and Persian I wrote inqualaabi poetry against the British and was part of the movement for freedom I minced no words and was not afraid of anyone as my verses challenged the British their policies and their rule Aruna Asif Ali loved my nerve and I began to be a part of every jalsa of the Congress with Pandit Nehru appreciating the purity of my language and I even read out one of my creations on Independence Day in 1947 at the Ramlila Ground and dedicated the poem to the youth of the country” Dehlavi said as he went down memory lane and recited some of his poems Urdu he rues did not get the deserved attention it needed for its promotion after Independence He recalls how with the support of Maulana Azad he took out a science magazine in Urdu in 1975 ‘Science Ki Duniya’ The poet writes two hours daily attending mushairas across the country and his poetry today speaks of love romance beauty relationships “Not many want to hear classical poetry If you want to keep Urdu alive you have to keep the common people in mind No one can be alienated But even today I speak my mind against communal hatred and separatist policies But yes we need to be aware of cultural and language degradation” adds the poet in his trademark Indian topi and larger than life attitude Dehlavi is concerned about the fact that the Urdu script is dying “It’s the soul of the language we need to keep it alive and such platforms give the language a new lease of life” As the audience requested for more one of the poets aptly remarked “mushaira kabhi khatam nahin hota” So poetry encompasses us in varied ways Soothing the soul spreading the language of peace and love the Sari Brothers from Rajasthan mesmerized the audience with their powerful qawwalis “The great Sufis have blessed us and our music has both Persian and Indian influences” smiled Farid and Amin Sabri who learnt qawalli from their maternal grandfather and father and have been singing since the age of ten Qawalli they say is a form that takes us closer to the divine and is a spiritual experience transcending the boundaries of language and geography “We have performed all over the globe and audiences love the form of music And now technology helps them translate what we are singing as music has no language Through qawalli we seek the truth be it on stage at dargahs in film studios We make a special effort to reach out to the younger audience by explaining them the meaning of the words we are singing for we want to reach out to a wider audience” said the brothersadding that the different compositions by the Sufis reach the same God Many raags saaz phrases using Hindi Urdu Persia make this form so rich “We are taking the Sufi tradition forward and also the magic of Hindustani music It is a different experience to sing live and record for films but both have their own reach and impact” says Farid adding that they have sung for more than 70 films The brothers say they sing for the audience gauging their mood and preferences but always singing the praises of the divine an ode to Sufi saints and then of love sadness “There are many variations in language and music and that’s what make the qawwali timeless” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arita Sarkar | Mumbai | Published: February 5 2016 12:45 am BMC Related News FOLLOWING political representatives’ objections to the management of the municipality-owned Dr Bhau Daji Lad museum in Byculla through a trust the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation appears to have abandoned expansion plans for the museum that were proposed earlier While the last year’s annual civic budget proposals had made allocation for an enhanced corpus fund and had allocated Rs 40 crore for the expansion and development of the museum neither found mention in the annual budget estimates for 2016-17 Tasneem Mehta the honorary managing trustee of the museum said it was inexplicable that on the one hand the government and civic body state their intention to make Mumbai a global city make budgetary allocations for Make in India and Magnificent Mumbai but on the other hand ignore the museum’s expansion plans “The BMC should remember that the museum is also its responsibility” Mehta told The Indian Express She stated that the museum has become a pawn in politicking between the BJP and the Shiv Sena Share This Article Related Article Salaries of staff and electricity bills among others are paid from the annual interest amount of Rs 18 crore on the corpus fund of Rs 30 crore she said “People should understand that the institution stands above politics We are struggling to make ends meet and the BMC has not enhanced the corpus funds as they had previously intended” she said Apart from paying the staff as per the 7th Pay Commission she pointed out that funds are needed for additional security as well as electricity back-up for the museum She added that the payments from the previous year are also yet to be received Staffers are leaving to work in other institutions where the pay is better she added Last month the group leaders had raised allegations of mismanagement by the museum The civic body then decided to step up its level of control over the running of the museum Apart from setting up an authentication committee and keeping a tab of the display items there are plans to set up a mechanism for an internal audit Calling such measures outrageous Mehta stated that she has not received any intimation from the BMC regarding when these are to be undertaken A senior BMC official confirmed that no budgetary allocation had been made for the museum but stated that the issue is up for discussion in the upcoming meeting of the group leaders in the civic body aritasarkar@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 11 2016 12:44 am Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar Top News Mumbai City BJP chief Ashish Shelar met MNS president Raj Thackeray at his residence on Thursday fuelling speculation that the BJP was still testing the waters on an alliance before the municipal corporation elections scheduled early next year Shelar termed the meeting which lasted 30 minutes as “personal” and “not related to politics” However the meeting which was held in public glare is seen as an attempt by the BJP to test all possibilities before the civic elections The Shiv Sena and the BJP had last month announced an alliance to jointly contest the upcoming elections in 212 municipal councils and nagar panchayats slated to be held between November 27 and December 8 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: November 4 2016 7:58 pm Axar Patel and Jaspreet Bumrah will test the young Bengal batting line-up ( Sources: PTI) Top News Bengal’s young batting line-up will be put to test by a quality Gujarat side boasting of two India internationals in Jasprit Bumrah and Axar Patel when the two sides square off in a Ranji Trophy group A encounter here tomorrow Both are on even keel with 15 points to their credit but Gujarat lead the table by virtue of better run rate Bengal’s young top order has fired in all three matches that they have played till now But it will be a tricky affair on a low and slow Kotla track where Axar can prove to be handy with his immaculate line Bumrah can trouble with his yorkers not to forget old wily fox Rudra Pratap Singh who can still pull a trick or two on non-responsive pitches The last match at Kotla between Baroda and Punjab produced nearly 1200 runs with Deepak Hooda and Yuvraj Singh scoring 293 and 260 respectively One expects the track for current game will be a bit better Abhimanyu Easwaran and Sayan Sekhar Mondal have provided good starts with both having hit hundreds Sudeep Chatterjee has been consistently hitting half centuries but the three-figure mark eluded him Skipper Manoj Tiwary also has been solid as ever at No 4 Rookie Agniv Pan has had two 50s to his credit Shreevats Goswami who comes back in the XI in place of Wriddhiman Saha also has a century to his credit “Gujarat are a quality side Parthiv is a top class batsman and they have India players like Bumrah and Axar But speciality of this Bengal team is that they are not scared of names unlike earlier times This is a happy dressing room” Bengal skipper Tiwary said On the possible composition of the side Tiwary hinted that one among Amit Kuila and Sayan Ghosh will have to make way for the fit again Pragyan Ojha “We all know Kotla is a slow wicket We need to have two spinners So Ojha and Gani will be playing As far as pacers are concerned Amit is more of a hit the deck bowler who gets the ball to kick up from good length or short of length “On this pitch I want someone who can reverse the ball well Sayan Ghosh has a round arm action which helps in getting reverse swing As of now my choice of Dinda’ s partner is Sayan Also if we need a third seamer we have Mondal” said Tiwary The Bengal skipper feels that a solid core has been prepared because of Sourav Ganguly’s Vision 2020 Project “We are reaping benefits for the process that has been put in We have two talented young bowlers in Kuila and Ishan Porel In fact it was Dada (Ganguly) who told me to check out Kuila and watch his progress “He felt this boy has potential Also Mukesh Kumar and Ishan’ s injury paved the way for him He will get better with better guidance” said Tiwary For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News”There is very little scope of 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