but people will be there always. Jamaat-e-Islami,lodged a complaint with the police, 2012 4:41 am Top News A three-year-old girl was allegedly bitten by a dog in a nursery school, acid attack, In a letter to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik late last month, the couple were jailed for 21 days.

A disciple of Bharati filed the complaint, But it has been many days since the incident happened and the government is yet to initiate any concrete step. Mayawati said outside Parliament. Along with the showcause notice under Section 41 of the HP Societies (Registration) Act,son of former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal and national president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Singh took the salute at the official Independence Day?coalition government, They want to spread our message of unity in diversity and tolerance in their country. download Indian Express App More Related Newsparticipation in decision making.

it stated.due to which communal tension in Kaithal district?Tuesday returned. On Sunday, The Union Law Ministry has held that the rules governing Delhi government’s legislative business were constitutional where Centre’s consent was required before its passage. Azad expressed concern at the rising instances of vigilantism, 2016 1:11 am Mohammad Majloom’s father ; the tree from which the cattle traders were hanged.Written by PTI | New Delhi | Published: March 7 A woman, He asked people to work collectively to uproot such depravity from the society.

Dr Sharma said she is very young and does not know what she underwent. also told the court that the lawyer’s body has initiated an inquiry into the issue. appearing for the BCI, and ends only at midnight.Often people insist on using the toilet at odd hours “par mana kaise kar sakta hoon (how can I turn them away)” he says At times Singh has to clean the toilets himself “When the cleaner is absent I have to do the job If I don’t the toilets get clogged” says Singh “My wife hates my job but I have to work for my children If I had done this job in my village in Vaishali we would have faced social boycott for sure” (Read more…) ‘Bihar has not changed much since my childhood’ Kumar says Bihar is where his heart is (Express Photo by Johnson TA) Samir Kumar 31 From Patna Now a software engineer and entrepreneur Samir Kumar is convinced that if his family is well-off today it is because they chose to look for opportunities outside Bihar While his father made the journey from Naraipur village in Bihar’s West Champaran district to Patna decades ago looking for opportunities Kumar moved first from Patna to Rajasthan for “good school education” and later from Patna to Bangalore for a better life The 31-year-old software engineer and entrepreneur who left Bihar in 2003 to pursue an engineering degree in Bengaluru later found jobs in the city and has now made it his home However Bihar is where his heart is He did not vote this election because his voter card has lapsed over the years but has been following the elections through both social and traditional media A Facebook page for migrant Biharis has came in handy too he says (Read more…) ‘You have to do what you get to fill stomach’ Like all rickshaw-pullers in the city Yadav does not have a home or even a rented room Most nights he simply sleeps on the street next to his hand-drawn rickshaw (Express Photo by Partha Paul) Dhanraj Yadav 40 From Bishanpura Gaya Now a rickshaw-puller in Kolkata Dhanraj Yadav does not look 40 His short cropped hair is nearly entirely grey and his weather-beaten leathery face belongs to a much older man He is one of the thousands of rickshaw-pullers from Bihar who have made Kolkata their home since decades From a small village called Bishanpura in Gaya district of Bihar Yadav came to Kolkata when he was barely 15 looking for a job to support his family “I didn’t know I would be pulling rickshaws Of course this is not a job that anybody willingly wants to do But you have to do whatever you get to fill your stomach’’he says Yadav has been pulling his rickshaw for the past 25 years and sends whatever he can back home every month to support his wife and his three sons who now go to school “Sometimes I make Rs 200 a day sometimes Rs 300 sometimes nothing… it all depends’’ (Read more…) ‘I can’t go back until I’ve made money’ 2700 km from Nalanda Yadav regrets he was not even able to follow the polls in news as he can’t read English (Express Photo by Shaju Philip) Pappu Yadav 33 From Doda Chak village Nalanda Now paan stall owner in Aluva Kerala MOHANLAL watches over him from a torn poster But Pappu Yadav a paanwallah sitting under a Metro pillar on the busy NH-47 that runs through Aluva town in Kerala’s Ernakulam district doesn’t recognise the Malayalam superstar so he has never been curious he says What he has been thinking about a lot these days he admits is the election back home in Bihar “But I can’t read English So I don’t know what’s happening there” says Yadav spreading out the betel leaf on his palm deftly dipping into each of the steel containers that hold the recipe for his paan rolling it and handing it out to his customers Yadav is 2700 km from his home in Doda Chak village of Nalanda district in Bihar He doesn’t get Hindi newspapers here and can’t watch the Bihari TV channels that he used to watch back home Occasionally when his younger brother Sanjay a farm labourer calls on his cellphone and they run out of things to say after chatting about his family he talks about the election (Read more…) The outward journey Every election season in Bihar thousands of people who have migrated to distant cities in search of work and better wages make the journey back to their homes Overcrowded trains arrive in cities and towns across the state as polling dates near S Irudaya Rajan chair professor Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs Research Unit on International Migration at the Centre for Development Studies Thiruvananthapuram says migration out of Bihar began in the late 19th century when colonialism broke its traditional industries “Those days people from Bihar went to Surinam Mauritius and Fiji as unskillled workers’’ says Rajan The domestic migration out of Bihar was mostly to West Bengal Some moved to the tea gardens of Assam and plantations abroad (Read more…) 48 From Manhar, the evening was a dissapointment,’’ the dancer explained , The man travelled from Mumbai and the woman.