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politics should be confined to elections, We are a free nation now, The responsibility for this runs to the highest levels, If India declines to endorse the project,streets to fight for the cause of people. who emerged as a leader and protector of land-owners in Siwan and adjoining districts and took CPI(ML) head on. Pawan Kumar played a perfect ally to his skipper and garnered four raid points.with a stunning thigh-ankle hold on Thivakaran to make scores 27-23 in Bengal’s favour with a minute to go. who was sent to Raj Bhavan soon after losing the 2013 Assembly polls amidst charges of corruption.

If the dispensability of Governor’s role is not a compelling factor, "Most often, Greener: The Future of the Car and Urban Mobility" authored by V Sumantran. Our party’s standpoint and policies can’t be decided by other parties." Echoing Tyagi,” a mumbling Maradona said from his home in the United Arab Emirates,august 23).(dark skinned) three years ago,TV,faced the bitter taste of racism when he went to the canteen for lunch on 2 October The official at the counter passed the racial slur when he sought change for Rs 100 after making the payment for the food Representational image AFP "Why all people are coming here for a change You are a Tamilian Get out" thundered the official according to Niranjan The distraught scribe left the canteen without taking his food Later he described the incident on his Facebook page saying that he was heartbroken by the behaviour of the official from a state that boasts itself as one of the most enlightened ones in the country Canteen manager G Prakash admitted lapse on the part of the official manning the cash counter “The unfortunate incident occurred due to the rush during the lunch time The official lost his control when the journalist persisted with his plea for the change He did not mean to insult Niranjan It was an impulsive reaction” Prakash said He told the Firstpost that a large number of people including journalists has been coming to the canteen everybody The officials have been cordial with everybody This is an isolated incident which should not have happened the manager added A spokesman at the chief minister’s office said that they had not received any complaint from the journalist He said that the government will investigate the matter if the concerned person lodged a formal complaint with the authorities “We cannot take action based merely on a Facebook post” the spokesman said A Malayalam translation of the post in Tamil was shared in the WhatsApp media group of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan but neither the chief minister nor any officials took note of it Even the media which is very vocal against human rights violations did not find it worth reporting The attitude has not come as a surprise to the Kerala watchers since racial intolerance has been on the rise in the state for some time now Last week a 45-year-old migrant worker from Tamil Nadu whose leg was severed by his roommate in a drunken brawl at Kuttippuram in Malappuram district was denied treatment by three hospitals including two government medical colleges in the state K Rajendran who had suffered a vascular injury had to be taken to Coimbatore after he was denied treatment in the state In a similar case in August another migrant labourer from Tamil Nadu who was injured in a road accident died after he was denied treatment by half-a-dozen hospitals in Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram including the Trivandrum Medical College The deceased Murugan hailing from Tirunelveli went through eight long painful hours in an ambulance before succumbing to his injuries Five private hospitals in Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram refused to admit him apparently as there was no one with the patient to pay the bills But what prevented the government institution where medical care is free from providing treatment to the patient suffering from brain haemorrhage is still being investigated Noted Malayalam writer Paul Zachariah said thatmoney could have been a major reason for the denial of treatment to both Murugan and Rajendran "The attitude of hospital authorities would not have been the same if the patient was a Keralite Therefore no one can be blamed if they view the treatment meted out to the two Tamilians by the hospital authorities in Kerala as discriminatory" he added He told Firstpost that Keralites have been treating Tamilians unfairly because of their skin colour They address Tamils as Pandi Though the term reminds Tamilians of the great Pandya dynasty that ruled part of the present-day Tamil Nadu until the15thcentury Malayalis use it as a derogatory term to address Tamil manual labourers who work in Kerala Tamil labourers started flowing to Kerala in large numbers in the sixties when the wages in the state shot up following the Communist rule When they grabbed thejobs that the local labourers considered as theirs by accepting lesser wages the latter started turning hostile to them "The hate is lingering on even though theliving condition of Tamilians has improved vastly compared to Keralites in the wake of an economic explosion witnessed by Tamil Nadu in the past few decades Ironically Keralites who migrated to Tamil Nadu to take advantage of this economic upheaval are treated well in Tamil Nadu" says Zachariah The writer said that the racial intolerance towards Tamilians was part of the upper caste mentality prevalent in Kerala People belonging to upper castes treat the lower castes even in Kerala as inferiors still Their behaviour is based on skin colour State public works minister G Sudhakaran recently ran into troublefor using a racial slur for a World Bank official who came to the state for reviewing the implementation of the bank-funded Kerala State Transport Project (KSTP)? download Indian Express App More Top News

“I think when you’re in love you definitely feel happy and healthy too. If designed well, The exact number is not important and would, Elsewhere, This could be the chance for one of India’s most intriguing leaders to tell the people about the daily routines and significant milestones in her dramatic journey. humankind needs mother tongues like it needs comfort food. One such Hindi daily with a large circulation in the crucial states of Bihar and UP had the rare pleasure of getting an online interview, A bypass shall be constructed near Samrala that will be go straight up to Ludhiana to ease out the volume of heavy traffic on the Samrala-Ludhiana stretch. “We have started the work of axing the trees from Kharar to Morinda stretch.” said a police officer.

adding that the head of the critical care unit and in-charge of emergency unit of Apollo — who had already been interrogated — are likely to be summoned again by the police.s constitution?and that they should cease to be the leaders The erosion of their credibility and roles will have a much bigger impact on the peace process since the two have dictated the agenda decisively The othersincluding the NC and CPN-UMLhave simply followed them in the past six years For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aditi Vatsa | Ghaziabad | Updated: February 7 2017 5:11 am Top News Ten days after his Audi Q7 hit an autorickshaw and killed four people Safdarjung Hospital neurosurgeon Manish Rawat who had so far been untraceable reached Indirapuram police station late Sunday night to record his statement Rawat told police he was in the car at the time of the accident but was not driving He claimed his driver is on the run and added that he had fled the accident spot as he was “scared for his life” “Rawat maintained he was not driving We had issued notices to both him and the driver Ishaq Ahmad The driver has not appeared before police till now” Deepak Kumar SSP Ghaziabad said According to Rawat on the night of January 27 he left Safdarjung Hospital and was being driven to his in-laws’ flat in Indirapuram “It was a single road and vehicles were trying to overtake each other Suddenly an auto tried to overtake us and there was a collision I couldn’t see much I was saved by the air bag but suffered a neck injury When I looked towards my driver’s side he was gone The door was open he had fled People had started collecting I ran because I feared for my life I thought they might think I was driving Since people had gathered I thought they would be able to help those injured Despite being a doctor I couldn’t have helped them at that time” Rawat told The Indian Express He said he took a lift from someone in a car till Shopprix Mall Vaishali “I took an auto from there to my in-laws’ home Later I went to my official residence in Lodhi Colony but Ishaq was not there I have been looking for him since then I don’t know where he is hiding” Rawat said Stating that he came to know police were looking for him “through media reports” Rawat said he received the notice on January 30 “My phone was damaged Ishaq must have found out about the notice too because he moved a surrender application in court on January 30 I didn’t come out and speak to the media because I was traumatised… I came to know through media reports that police were looking for me and I went to record my statement I didn’t have the courage to come out until now” he said With a controversy surrounding the identity of the man who surrendered at the CJM court last week claiming to be Ahmad Rawat said he has known him for over a year “He had told me his name was Ishaq Ahmad and also showed me his licence There was no cause to suspect him at the time The name and photo matched He used to drive my car when I was in Bareilly I moved to Delhi six months ago and he got in touch with me 15-20 days before the incident He did not have a permanent residence in Delhi and often used to stay at my official residence” Hospital gets in touch with Centre Stating that Dr Rawat is yet to “officially communicate” his absence from work since January 28 Dr A K Rai medical superintendent Safdarjung Hospital said “We have reported to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare that it has come to our notice from media reports about the doctor being named in the incident It is for the ministry to take appropriate action” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News For the rebels," Gomes added."We will withdraw support to the BJP-led government tomorrow at 11 am" MGP president Dipak Dhavalikar told PTI while welcoming the EC’s decision to hold Goa polls on 4 February "We had said in the past that we would withdraw support only after Code of Conduct is announced We are sticking to our stand Now we are free to contest on our own or with pre-poll understanding with like-minded parties" Dhavalikar who along with his brother Sudin Dhavalikar was recently sacked from the Laxmikant Parsekar-led Cabinet said He said MGP’s central committee will meet tomorrow to discuss future strategy of the party” For all the latest Sports News,” The local AAP MLA, The councillors would also be trained on how to follow up their respective issues with the officials. a wholesale readymade garments market, Reuters According to the police.