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is it correct that there will be a communications relay satellite launched in June 2018, In Europe, which led to her offloading from a London-bound flight in January, 2015 2:40 am Priya Pillai outside Delhi High Court,I know the challenges ahead and will lead the Mumbai Congress as a team, says Chandurkarwhose name for the post was approved by Sonia Gandhi Underplaying the rivalry within the Mumbai unithe said? Majority of workers will accept him as he is decent and does not treat politics as business or for self promotion. In the last electionhe highlighted combating corruption in the state administration In the Assembly always fought for slum dwellers He had been arguing that they be given at least 350 sq ft houses to set them free free from their pigeonholes of 280 sq ft He had expressed serious concern over an increasing number of bureaucrats losing objectively and falling prey to corruption Ironicallyhe takes charge of the post left vacant for more than a year after Kripashankar Singh was sacked after allegations of corruption State proposes seven new coastal police stations To secure Mumbai and Konkan coastsseven more Sagari police stations had been plannedhome minister R R Patil told the legislature Thursday He said this would be done in phase II of the coastal security plan for which the state would received central funding Phase II will also include acquiring three jetties14 speed boatsseven four-wheelers and seven two-wheelersPatil said He said some boats had been rented for patrol Some boats purchased earlier had developed technical faultshe said The first Sagari police station was set up in Mahim after 26/11 to keep a watch on suspicious activities on the west coast At presentthe Yellowgate and Mahim Sagari police stations secure the 140-km Mumbai coastline Three coastal police stations under the jurisdiction of Thane (rural) police were inaugurated on March 5 The 26/11 terror attack acted as a wake-up call for the state government and the Union home department A plan was mooted to set up police stations along the western shoreline of Maharashtra in two phases 12 in first and seven in second In phase IIMumbai was to get only one coastal police station Howeverit was later decided to set up two For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: June 23 2017 1:00 am A scene after the serial bomb blasts in Mumbai 1993 (UNI Photo) Related News Commenting on the second phase of judgment by a special TADA Court on the serial bomb blasts in Mumbai in 1993 convicting the six accused Roznama Khabrein’s editorial on June 17 notes “The Mumbai bomb blasts are a black chapter in India’s history; they can never be forgotten It is also said that these blasts were conducted as a vengeful act against the demolition of Babri Masjid involving Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon who fled the country after this incident…It is a matter of satisfaction that the victims of the blasts are getting justice even if in instalments These victims must be happy that the guilty are being brought to justice after a very long wait even though those responsible for the demotion of Babri Masjid have so far not suffered even a scratch legally” Rashtriya Sahara’s June 17 editorial notes “Following the demolition of Babri Masjid there developed an environment of communal violence in the country Communal riots were taking place in different parts of the country… Terrorism had reached a high point This was why in Mumbai some extremists and misguided people conducted bomb blasts We condemn such terrorism in the strongest words But any condemnation is inadequate for such acts — be they Mumbai bomb blasts the demolition of the Babri Masjid and the horrible communal riots after it…Those responsible for the demolition of the Babri Masjid and exploiting the communal situation are still free…Cases have been re-opened against some including a few BJP leaders in the CBI court We hope that the CBI court will succeed in bringing to justice those guilty of the Babri Masjid’s demolition” Farmers’ Protest Eminent journalist-poet Hasan Kamal in his column in Inquilab on June 19 writes “The restlessness among farmers starting from MP and Maharashtra is now spreading to other parts of the country It would not be correct to say that the states not governed by BJP are immune from such unrest The reason for the extreme anger against BJP is because the party’s leaders particularly its supreme leader Narendra Modi had asked for votes of farmers before the parliamentary elections and later before the assembly elections They had promised waiving off loans buying the farmers’ produce at one-and-a-half times the cost incurred by them and providing adequate electricity and water to their fields But after they received the people’s mandate these promises were forgotten” The paper adds “Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that the state governments waiving loans should not expect help from the Centre How will these states marshal funds They will have to stop other development work giving rise to new problems” Sahafat’s June 17 editorial notes “When the prime minister himself has promised waiving off loans what is the meaning of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s statement in this regard It is the responsibility of the Centre to help the state governments fulfil the promise made by the PM” Marriage Registration Roznama Khabrein in an editorial on June 16 writes: “The UP government has decided to make registration of all marriages compulsory in the state… Welcoming this decision the Muslim Personal Law Board has requested to be involved in the process of consultation in this regard… Undoubtedly there is a Supreme Court direction about marriage registration But where are the (constitutional) provisions or clarity about details… Muslim organisations have been opposing compulsory registration of marriages Therefore before the plan is clearly laid out support for it would not be in consonance with their past stand Registration of marriages is basically not wrong but the complications that can come up due to the government’s interference in purely personal matters cannot be imagined Through it there could be an attack on triple talaq… Political use of this issue cannot be ruled out It is not just about following the Supreme Court’s orders Its effects will be far reaching” Describing this as “a new strategy” (daao) of the UP government on triple talaq Inquilab’s front page comments on June 14 “The Akhilesh Yadav government had tried to make registration of marriages compulsory but the proposal was retracted in the face of strong objections from sections of Muslims” Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 28 2017 2:41 am Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister ‘Edappadi’ K Palaniswami along with ministers during the swearing-in ceremony at Raj Bhavan in Chennai on Thursday PTI Photo Top News TAMIL NADU Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday and sought his urgent attention on 23 crucial issues relating to Tamil Nadu including Cauvery water and central aid for drought relief On the Cauvery issue Palaniswami said that a pressing issue is immediate constitution of the Cauvery Management Board in accordance with the final order of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal He urged Modi to ensure that the Cauvery Management Board and Cauvery Water Regulation Committee are constituted immediately in accordance with that order Palaniswami also briefed Modi on the prevailing drought situation in Tamil Nadu for which the state is seeking Rs 39565 crore from the Centre for relief and rehabilitation measures A central team had visited Tamil Nadu last month to make an on-spot assessment The CM requested early release of funds and immediate release of Rs 2500 crore from the National Disaster Response Fund He requested the Prime Minister to direct insurance companies to ensure that insurance claims on crop losses are paid out within three weeks of submitting the yield estimates based on crop cutting experiments For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shyamlal Yadav | New Delhi | Updated: November 14 2015 1:03 pm The sweepers’ week-long trip has been approved by the Ministry of External Affairs (Source: AFP) Related News The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has decided to send a group of safai karmcharis (sweepers) and beldars (diggers) on an official trip to Japan and South Korea next week so they can learn about sanitation cleanliness waste disposal as well as upkeep of local markets residential colonies and townships The week-long trip has been approved by the Ministry of External Affairs “We were surprised when we saw the list of group members I’m seeing such a proposal to send ground-level staff for the first time — otherwise most foreign trips are taken by senior officials” said an MEAofficial who did not wish to be named Incidentally when the Department of Expenditure issued a new format for clearance of foreign trips on July 2 last year it had said “Why cannot the purpose be served by deputing officers at the functional level viz Director/Dy Secretary instead of deputing officers of higher level(s)” Explaining the decision NDMC chairman Naresh Kumar said “We took the decision to boost their morale They must know how cities abroad are maintained by ground-level staff” The 10-member group will have four safai karmcharis three beldars one sanitary inspector one junior engineer and a director-rank officer who will lead the group All of them were issued official passports recently “I never dreamt I will have a passport I could never imagine I would go abroad one day” said Lalit Kumar a safai karmchari The group will leave for Tokyo on November 22 and head to Seoul on November 26 Before the trip they will be briefed by the East Asia division of the Ministry of External Affairs on November 17 Sources said that during the trip they will visit a local market in Tokyo a waste and garbage office in Sumida an incineration plant a bioenergy plant as well as several other facilities related to cleanliness and waste disposal In South Korea the group will visit a landfill management centre a river park as well as waste collecting and recycling sites before returning on November 29 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News saying that a particular officer 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