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the amendment bill that works on the principle of total segregation of the hills and the plains and against emotional connectivity has provoked large protests in Capital Kathmandu, instead of the intended word ‘bhagwan’ (God) in a passage in one of its chapters, have rectified the blunder in the online version of the book available on their website and removed the controversial word. the Board said it professed what is known as the “Kafala” system. Gujarat and Chhattisgarh. 39, West Bengal, Martin Curry and Winnie Ryan, toilets,” he says.

50 Cent is set to release his new album ‘Black Magic’ this summer. the BJP failed to draw even 500 Dalit supporters for the Dhamma Chetna Yatra backed by it. While so far the police have raided 12 call centres at the Mira Road-Bhayander stretch, a move aimed to improve maternal mortality rate and health of the mother and the child.” For all the latest India News, Singh, “I shall interact will civil society groups, Chief Secretary J Saharia said, But even on that day, including one from Congress.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 15, Related News BJP on Sunday alleged that the turmoil in Samajwadi Party was a “well orchestrated” ploy to divert attention from the “failures” of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. Port-au-Prince. scientists can’t be sure whether they were triggered by the virus itself or by the vaccine, which is the same in the virus and the vaccine. and have a person who can’t read or write pull one out. films like Meera were filled with songs. “I have a message for the Kashmiri youth that the future does not lie in stone pelting,a senior army officer today said the act is a “must” for the functioning of security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. Several cautious organisers called off their events.

and, This move is in stark contrast to Nexus launches before, which is supposed to be launched on May 9.The Snapdragon 660 processor should be seen as an affordable alternative to Qualcomm’s top-end chipset the Snapdragon 835 Multiple reports in the past have claimed that Qualcomm will announce the new Snapdragon 660 SoC alongside the Snapdragon 630 and 635 oh I forget GALAXY C10 support Bixby So there’s a Bixby button — 萌萌的电教 (@mmddj_china) May 7 2017 The Galaxy C10 will be one the first phones to be powered by a Snapdragon 660 processor Apart from Samsung Galaxy C10 Nokia 8 and 9 and the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 are likely to be powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset As of now there are no more details available about the Galaxy C10 All we know is that Samsung’s first smartphone with dual rear cameras might be unveiled later this week For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by MVL Manikantan | Published: December 25 2016 12:16 am A passenger waits for the train at the Old Delhi Railway Station (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) Top News It was a tradition for my father to drop me off at the station before my train journeys It began a decade ago ever since I started travelling alone But that valet service is now reserved for significant trips only So on a late October morning when I was about to embark on my childhood dream of travelling across the country in trains he rolled out his trusted Activa to drop me to Chennai Central Yes you read that right: travelling in trains mostly in sleeper compartments one after the other across India with no strings of sightseeing attached Why would anyone want to do that For most people the journey is about the destination But I have been crazy about trains ever since I can remember My father and his elder brother share the same obsession My earliest memory is of my parents taking me to railway stations and tricking me into eating food on the pretext of watching trains My childhood photographs has me a toddler at various locations of the (now UNESCO World Heritage) Nilgiri Mountain Railway or in front of steam locomotives in Tiruchi and meter gauge trains of then Madras In 1999 I read Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days I was in Class V and it made me long for such adventures The years spent hero-worshipping Phileas Fogg and being obsessed with the Indian Railways ended up in a 12-day sojourn across India on trains As a tribute to my home city Chennai I wanted to start and end at two of its iconic stations: Central and Egmore The idea was to go from one end of the country to another and I started off with the Coromandel Express a 1663 km ride in a sleeper compartment to Howrah It was never going to be about solitude In sleeper coaches waitlisted passengers even ticketless travellers are likely to take your seat if you don’t claim it They clogged every possible space available and fitted into narrow berths To add to the existing chaos was the music from the acoustically-challenged Chinese mobile phones which every second passenger had At least I knew Hindi and bargained for some peace but the only lady in my bay — a senior citizen Telugu lady — felt endangered It was only when I spoke on my phone in Telugu that she felt relieved There was also the outgoing Deepak who loved conversations whenever he didn’t break into an impromptu singing session First however you had to satisfactorily answer two questions: Tumaar jaat ki Tumaar graam ki (What is your caste Where is your village) A row of trains waiting at the Old Delhi Railway Station (Source: Express photo by Praveen Khanna) The old terminal at the Howrah station took me back in time – October 25 1872 to be precise That’s when Fogg and his trusted butler Passepartout had got there after saving the widowed Aouda from sati in Vernes’s novel Renowned for its distinct cuisine the city’s biryani with potato commands the utmost loyalty although it was strange to see its Hyderabadi counterpart being served at the terminal From Howrah I took the Saraighat Express to Guwahati To get to Guwahati through the chicken’s neck on any form of land transport one must cross the mighty Ganga and the bountiful Brahmaputra It was pitch dark as we crossed the Farakka Barrage But even if I could not see the sound of the water gushing through the 27 gates of the 44-year-old barrage gave you the freedom to imagine the might of the rivers For an average south Indian the idea of a river is a dry and baked riverbed The occasional flow of the river that is heavily reliant on the monsoon gives some cheer when there are no heated contests of river water sharing hogging the limelight Assam was initially connected by meter gauge rail before the conversion to broad in the early 1990s The gauge conversion meant quicker transport; hence the stations have a prefix to display that — New Bongaigaon New Jalpaiguri New Cooch Behar From Guwahati I took another train to Delhi — this time a Rajdhani my one concession to expensive travel — where the next leg of my journey awaited me There is not much to see in Guwahati barring the Kamakhya Temple and the Brahmaputra after which you are told to go Shillong Thanks to apps that offer budget hotel booking and friends spread across the country accommodation was not a hassle From Delhi I caught the Uttar Sampark Kranti to the sleepy Katra in Jammu and Kashmir home to Sri Mata Vaishno Devi The railway line to Katra — 70 km from Jammu via Udhampur and which will be connected eventually with Srinagar — is closely guarded with signs prohibiting photography My co-passengers to and fro the journey were boisterous families on an extended Diwali pilgrimage break On the return from Katra to Delhi by Jammu Mail the train filled up more in Punjab True to the stereotype the coaches became lively noisy and broke the silence of Jammu and Kashmir The Chandigarh-Kochuveli (Trivan-drum) Kerala Sampark Kranti traverses just over 3000 kilometers connecting the north and south in 53 hours From the cleaner air in Chandigarh to polluted climes of the National Capital Region via the congested atmosphere of Mumbai the rocky green carpet of the Konkan and through the salty air of the Arabian sea this train could well be a window to the large-scale climate deprivation I hopped on to this one By the time the train completed its journey sitting in the sleeper class I had witnessed polluted fog early winter chill unadulterated heat and some sharp rain When I arrived in Trivandrum I took a break for 12 hours where I roamed the city took a ride to the beach and watched a Kathakali performance I boarded my final train the Guruvayoor-Chennai Egmore in the wee hours of November 5 By now I was exhausted and I had lost five kgs But oh what a ride it had been My journeys had showed me what diversity is – from religion language and cuisine to sunsets and sunrises bitter cold and harsh rains all in a span of 12 days The one factor which has also changed travel is technology I did not get fleeced for local travel thanks to Uber/Ola Through an Oyo I had a room waiting for me well in advance If that’s not all I got a Dominos pizza delivered to my berth in Panvel thanks to IRCTC online I had heard about apps that deliver food to your berths and I gave it a shot in Vishakapatnam As I completed my journey at Chennai Egmore I realised that Chennai Central (the place where I started) was just 1500 metres away on foot But my love for trains had taken me across 19 states and 10000 kilometres over 12 days I might not be able to replicate Phileas Fogg’s journey anytime soon thanks to an Indian passport but what I have learnt is that even 80 days will not be enough to see the beauty that lies in India It would take an entire lifetime MVL Manikantan a former sports journalist is an aspiring marketing professional For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top Newsbecause only somebody of his calibre had the guts to do it. Now that you have set up your production house, University officials, including those who have been targeted by Naxalite elements in the past, it has? the separatist leadership has pounced on the issue to restart the agitation that kept Kashmir on the boil for five months this year.but in reality your actions can have lasting consequences.

Kaif joins a series of Bollywood actresses who have been showcasing various shades of the colour.” Kumaran told The Indian Express. A couple of days later.

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