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The timing of the contest has been set in this fashion so that it does not hamper the daily routine of the school-going children. “Has Thylacinus been seen alive?I Will Always Love You, Congratulating Sri Sri, (File Photo) Top News THE SUPREME Court on Friday declined to entertain a plea for issuing judicial directives to play ‘Vande Mataram’, talking of possible solutions and learning from each other on how to cope with various situations. AD is caused because of the deposit of a protein,an election would be conducted, Patil said at a press meet in Shimla on Monday The party has announced that 33 per cent of the seats (appointments of party presidents at boothdistrict and state levels) would be reserved for women and 20 per cent for SC/ST and OBC candidates The reservation process is yet to be decided and will be announced along with the election schedulePatil said Earlier in the day at the general House meeting of the CongressPCC chief Kaul Singh Thakur informed Patil that membership lists from all 12 districts will reach the party state headquarters by January 10 and the process of scrutiny will start by January 15 When asked about the constitution of district scrutiny committees to check the membership liststhere seemed to be some confusion within the party As Thakur replied that the committees had been formedPatil interrupted him to say: I will make fresh scrutiny committeesin which senior party leaders would be given preference?13 are district presidents (including one each from Shimla urban and rural), Deputy from the Debates Offices in Leinster House.

in Buswells Hotel, She had also recounted her statements given to the police and magistrate. whom she and her parents trusted, AAP makes ranneeti (game plan) and I am against rann (battle); I am a believer of karyaneeti (work plan). Mathrubhumi,another popular daily had a headline on the front page that can be translated as ‘The march of the red flag’ The paper featured both VS and Vijayan and also did not miss out on the other major political development — the blooming of the lotus in Nemom The Thiruvananthapuram edition of the newspaper reported on the CPM’s rise in the capital as it took nine out of the 14 Assembly segments in the district Eight sitting MLAs belonging to the Congress and CPM also lost Nemom where BJP’s Rajagopal was victorious also falls in the same district The NDA’s vote-share in the district was a whopping 23 per cent A screenshot of the front page of the Mathrubhumi newspaper dated May 20 2016 Tamil Nadu In the state there is no denying that the voter sentiment is clearly in favour of Jayalalithaa and her party the AIADMK While the party did quite well across the state especially in the Kongu belt it faltered in the capital city of Chennai The Hindu one of the state’s leading newspapers has reported on whether the floods that ravaged the city last year impacted the fortunes of the AIADMK The party that had virtually swept the city in 2011 could only manage six out of the 16 constituencies The DMK which commands a major opposition won ten seats compared to two seats in 2011 “The devastating effect of the floods on the Saidapet constituency is believed to have partly contributed to the loss of AIADMK’s C Ponnaiyan to DMK’s M Subramanian by a margin of 16255 votes Resentment among voters over the initial relief operations and non-disbursal of the flood relief amount of Rs 5000 in some parts are said to be a reason” the paper reported The New Indian Express headlined its lead story on the front page ‘It’s JAYALALITHAA’ alongside a picture that showed enthusiastic AIADMK supporters raising banners of the chief minister “At the end of a hard-fought election the ruling AIADMK brushed off all talks of an anti-incumbency undercurrent and retained power in Tamil Nadu an achievement that has taken its leader J Jayalalithaa into an elite list that now has all of two occupants” the newspaper reported Jayalalithaa and her council of ministers are likely to take oath at the Madras University auditorium on Monday IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe 2016 JRS Ireland Christmas Toy Appeal was the most successful in the history of the Jesuit Refugee Service The appeal highlighted that every child residing in Ireland deserves a present at Christmas especially those invisible children living in Direct Provision centres across the country This call resonated strongly with the public and there was a huge outpouring of support from all sections of society JRS Ireland would like to acknowledge and express our sincere thanks to all who contributed so generously to the appeal with toys and financial donations Individual gifts were provided to 428 asylum seeking children and teenagers residing in 12 centres in Dublin Kildare Portlaoise Limerick Clare Cork Westmeath Mayo and Louth The Toy Appeal covered all Direct Provision centres not receiving gifts from other sources Furthermore JRS Ireland was able to supply additional donated games books and toys for use in homework clubs social rooms and crèches in Direct Provision centres throughout Ireland In total this Christmas more than 1000 donated gifts were distributed directly for the benefit of children living in Direct Provision The Irish Jesuit schools were especially generous in supporting the JRS Ireland Toy Appeal Students and staff of Belvedere College Gonzaga College and Clongowes Wood College delivered more than 300 gifts The St Francis Xavier parish and the Jesuit Works in the Gardiner St area also provided tremendous support In Limerick Grainne Delaney Chaplain of the Crescent College Comprehensive also organised a very successful Crescent Christmas Pyjama Appeal in the school for the benefit of 200 asylum seekers residing in Knockalisheen Direct Provision centre Pope Francis in his message for World Day of Migrants and Refugees 2017 highlighted the unique vulnerability of child migrants and the urgent need to respond to the stark reality facing them Francis called on all receiving communities to welcome and support child migrants and vindicate “their right to be children” In Ireland Christmas can be a particularly lonely and challenging time of year for many children living in Direct Provision Families receive a weekly allowance of 1910 per adult (and 1560 per child) to cover all expenditure not related to food and board and with no right to work the majority cannot afford to buy presents for their children However as JRS Ireland’s Assistant Director David Moriarty told Jesuit Communications “Due to the tremendous generosity shown by so many inspired by the true spirit of Christmas JRS Ireland was able to ensure every child living in Direct Provision received an individual gift this year”Written by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Updated: August 26 2015 10:41 am Lists exclusively accessed by The Indian Express show 17 Indians are now missing reported by Indian and foreign intelligence services to be active with the Islamic State or rival organisations like Jabhat al-Nusra Related News Oneis a graduate who worked for a short while in a Malayalam daily the other acquired a degree through distance education to get a job as a branch manager in Dubai Of the 17 Indians the government suspects have joined the Islamic State the least is known about the ones from Kerala — except that they were working in the Middle East and suddenly dropped off the radar NAME: Abu Thahir AGE: 24 FROM: Olavakkodu in Palakkad district EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: Graduate STATUS: Called up family from Doha to say he was going to Turkey; believed to be in Syria The 45-year-old had been waiting to hear that voice for four months Ayishumma’s conversation with her son in January though was short and chilling “Umma (mother)” Abu Thahir told her “We will meet in heaven I don’t want to return home I am in Turkey” She hasn’t heard from him since The 24-year-old left home in 2013 to work as an accountant in Doha Qatar Thahir didn’t visit home after that but was in constant touch till September last year Officials believe Thahir is in Syria having entered the war-torn country through Istanbul His last Facebook post was on August 12 when he put up a video of an attack on the Syrian army Thahir has posted pictures of “martyrs” talks about being a member of the Jabhat al-Nusra the Syrian wing of al-Qaeda quotes verses from religious texts and appeals to like-minded people to join jehad He also makes a reference to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his account In a post on June 2 with a photograph of what appears to be a heap of bodies of children killed in the bombing of Syria he says “Bashar (Bashar al-Assad President of Syria) and Modi are equal just that they were not born to same parents” In March 2015 he specifically denied being a member of the IS “There is a lot of wrong information being spread” he wrote His group was the Jabhat al-Nusra he said and it did not kill without reason “even if they are Christians” Ayishumma lives with her two daughters one of them married in a colony of BPL families at Olavakkodu in Palakkad district Their home only half-built stands on a 4-cent plot Her husband Abdurahiman has been working as a salesman in Saudi for seven years Before moving to Doha Thahir a graduate worked at Thejas a Malayalam daily owned by right-wing Muslim outfit Popular Front of India (PFI) The family says he was an ordinary PFI activist and worked only for a few months at the daily first as a part-time correspondent and later in its editorial section at Palakkad “All together he worked at the daily for less than a year” said a family source In September 2014 Thahir was scheduled to travel to Saudi Arabia from Doha to perform Umrah Abdurahiman came to the Jeddah airport to receive him but he didn’t turn up For two days the family says Abdurahiman kept waiting at the airport before he had to return to Riyadh and report for work Thahir’s former colleagues at Thejas too have have tried to contact him but failed “Reports that he could have moved to Syria have shattered the family” said a close relative as Ayishumma refused to talk about him The irony said the relative was that Ayishumma who had high hopes from her only son and had sacrificed a lot to finance his graduation was always afraid of Thahir going astray at home due to links with the PFI “So she encouraged him to go to the Gulf and find a job” NAME: Mohammed Rishal AGE: 25 FROM: A village in Kannur EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: Degree through distance education STATUS: Went to Dubai to work left for Turkey on tourist visa Acquaintances say Mohammed Rishal’s family sent him to Dubai for the first time seven years ago following a skirmish with the RSS He returned to his coastal village in Kannur towards the end of 2013 a changed man sporting a long beard In April this year Rishal called up home to say he and his wife Huda Rahim were going to Turkey on a three-month tourist visa “He informed me two-three days before he was leaving for Istanbul” said father Asgar Ali A month later Rishal again called up this time to say he intended to settle down in Turkey “He told me he loved the place We were not happy and urged him to return to Dubai where he had a good job But he is unwilling” said Ali who runs a travel agency The family stays in a house in a spacious compound Local officials say they have no leads on where the 25-year-old could be When he left for Turkey Rishal was working as a manager at a branch of Al Ansari Exchange His elder brother an MBA works as a business analyst for the same firm After Class XII Rishal had attended a computer animation course for a year in Kannur During this time locals say he developed links with right-wing Muslim elements Soon after he left for Dubai to work with Al Ansari Exchange as a low-level contract employee The father denies this was the reason Rishal left for Dubai “I never heard of such incidents involving him He got a chance to move to the Gulf and took it That is all” Ali said In Dubai Rishal acquired a degree through distance education and got promoted as branch manager In November 2013 he got married to Rahim who belongs to a Kerala-origin family settled in Dubai and moved in with his in-laws The wedding was held in Dubai When Rishal came home to Kannur after the ceremony it was the 25-year-old’s first visit since leaving The family admitted it didn’t have a contact number for him in Turkey and that he called up home via Internet phone “When we insisted that he give us a number he said he would call us and do so” said Ali “Since he moved to Istanbul I am not keen to talk to him He hasn’t called in recent weeks” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Criminals should go free!- v k singh Related News A day after the Government in which he is a Minister termed his last actions as Army Chief against Lt Gen Dalbir Singh as “illegal” “extraneous” and “premeditated” Minister of State and former Army chief V K Singh hit back by attacking the officer who is now the Army chief designate accusing him of trying to protect a unit that “kills innocents” and “does dacoity” In a direct attack on Lt Gen Dalbir Singh who has incidentally been given a go-ahead by Defence Minister Arun Jaitley to take over as the Army Chief on July 31 Singh tweeted: “If unit kills innocents does dacoity and then head of organization tries to protect them should he not be blamed Criminals should go free! 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