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000 people including a number of generals. “It will be interesting to see what happens after a week. Gopi tells her that she did a bad thing by throwing food deliberately and now she fell too. The Annan commission also recommended that all communities should have access to education, financial (extra teachers dedicated to this task) or physical (classrooms where these children can be taught separately) — have not been budgeted for.

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yes – we will see how it is in January, with captain Vincent Kompany on the scoresheet. The Pakistani military, State secretary of the Communist Party of India K Ramakrishna undertook a tour of the state to voice the party’s resentment over not giving the special status. An aggressive ruling party In his reply to the Governor’s address,there are many penalties that have been mentioned and can be used against the offenders. even forcing a change in leadership. 2012 2:22 am Related News The element of drama is a must in Pushpamala N? I got a copy of the DVD made for him and transferred it in a pen-drive,Guild has decided to stand by the families of our martyrs,it is not a compulsion Still if they wish to do they maycontribute whatever amount they feel [is] appropriate Thisfigure of [Rs] 5 crore came from MNS but was not agreed in themeeting and turned down then and there only" he said In the interview to The Times of India Fadnavis defended his decision saying that he held the meeting because he was "keenon a resolution of the issue" Maharashtra Congress called Fadnavis’ decision "unconstitutional"; spokesperson Sachin Sawant said that"Fadnavis not only bowed before the highhanded tactics of the MNS but also made the state bow before the party" Perhaps the method behind Fadnavis’ move boils down to counter its "bitter ally" in the state Shiv Sena offers Sanjay Sawant in this Firstpost piece BJP and Shiv Sena are allies in the state but they have been at loggerheads Party insider sources offer that this move by BJP was to counter Shiv Sena’s growing influence ahead of the municipal council election that will start from 27 November The piece also talks about how in the past Shiv Sena had resisted the release of Shah Rukh Khan’s film My Name is Khan but it downplayed it unlike the MNS this time around In getting the producers to agree to MNS’ demands— a written agreement to not hire any Pakistani actors a slate in the film paying tribute to the soldiers who died in Uri and donating Rs 5 crore to the Army Welfare Fund the MNS had got its way And BJP played lent a helping hand towards the same With inputs from PTI Written by Srinath Rao | Mumbai | Published: February 8 2017 2:30 am Top News Walk into any police station in the city and chances are you would spot some form of animal life inside usually dogs lounging quietly around the floor even as people bicker among themselves or cats lying luxuriously on chairs and couches placed outside the passport verification section While the instinct is to shoo away the strays the animals in most cases are informally adopted by the police station and have taken up residence Watch What Else is Making News Take the case of an aging cat and dog that had been lovingly adopted by the then senior inspector of Shivaji Nagar police station in Govandi in 1996 “He was very attached to them The animals would never go anywhere without him The senior inspector would feed them from his own lunch box and they never ate food outside They also guarded his cabin He was so attached to them that he would also take them in his car while patrolling the area” said Jayant Hargude a retired Assistant Commissioner of Police who was then posted at Shivaji Nagar Hargude recalls the pets were heartbroken when the senior inspector was transferred out “The senior inspector who came next did not like them moving around his cabin So he asked for them to be moved out” he said While the cat took up residence in the officers’ room and died of old age more extreme measures were taken to evict the dog Hargude said “The senior inspector was so fed up he made us leave the dog away from the police station but each time it would return” he said Finally Hargude said the senior inspector ordered that the dog be bundled into a gunny sack and let out near Chembur police station The dog eventually stayed in the large compound of Chembur police station as food was plentiful but it soon became clear how much it missed its friends at Shivaji Nagar “The dog remembered what our police car smelled like so each time we went to Chembur police station it would greet us like an old friend The dog would become very excited as soon as he spotted our car and would jump as soon as we got out He never forgot us even though he had been driven out of Shivaji Nagar” Hargude said Several serving police personnel have attested to the loyalty of residents pets Nagesh Jadhav who is now ACP Tardeo division receives regular fortnightly visits from a dog he rescued two years ago when he was senior inspector of Tardeo police station “A family had approached us saying their dog was lost We tracked down the dog like we track down missing people Even two years later the dog still walks into my office every 15 days even though I have moved to the other side of the building” he said At Azad Maidan traffic police station an adopted stray dog guards the premises at night “He bites strangers who try to enter the police station after dark” said senior inspector Namrata Lokhande Fed a regular diet of Britannia Good Day biscuits Tommy is also known to sink his teeth into motorists who try to rough up his police friends For the police caring for these animals who see police stations as a safe place to shelters is no different than formally adopting a pet and money they spend to nurture them goes undocumented In most cases though it is compassion that sees the police rally together to care for their pets Six-month-old pups Kalya and Lalya are second generation residents of the sprawling Versova police station compound after their parents who had first taken to living in the shrubbery passed away of old age Those at the police station decided to care for the pups “We feed them every day and give them a bath We also take them for regular checkups to the doctor We couldn’t save the parents even after paying to treat them so now we are caring for their children” said an officer at Versova police station Nagpada police station however has a resident feline who occupies pride of place outside the couch outside the senior inspector cabin The female cat who has not been named was adopted in 2013 after losing an eye to a fight with a dog “She walked into the police station bleeding from one eye We rushed her to the animal hospital in Parel After surgery we brought her back to live with us” says a constable Most recently in December last year the cat was again admitted to hospital this time with a fever and her treatment was paid for by staff at the hospital Back home now the cat gets an affectionate scratch behind the ear by cops going in and out of the cabin Fish tanks on the other hand are meant to sooth frayed nerves “There is a lot of stress throughout the day but when you look at the water and fish moving in it your blood pressure goes down” said Baburao Mukhedkar senior inspector Sahar police station who has a large tank in his cabin Retired ACP Hargde said animals perform an important but often unacknowledged function in a police station “Animals sense your worries when your human friends don’t You tend to lose your temper very often in the police station but once you stroke a dog or a cat for a few minutes you automatically clam down” he said Have a comment or suggestion for Police Diary Write to mumbainewsline @expressindiacom with subject line: Police Diary For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: July 2 2016 2:06 am Top News Mizo Accord The 10-year-old hostilities by the underground Mizos came to an end with the Mizo National Front (MNF) acknowledging that “Mizoram in an integral part of India” Led by Laldenga the MNF agreed to abjure violence and surrender arms and ammunitions held by its underground personnel The MNF has been waging an armed rebellion to attain “independent status for Mizoram” since 1966 when its volunteers attacked government offices at Mizoram’s capital A six-member delegation of the MNF has assured the government of its resolve to accept a settlement of all their problems in Mizoram “within the framework of the Constitution of India” The MNF was declared unlawful in early 1975 when it intensified its activities and murdered senior police officers Tito’s Moment The declaration of 29 European communist parties issued in East Berlin was a victory for President Tito Romania and like-minded West European communist party leaders The most significant aspect of the declaration if it meant what it said was the five principles of peaceful coexistence among fraternal parties If the principles are adhered to faithfully this would mean that the countries concerned would be free to choose their own ways to achieve “social changes of a progressive nature” without consulting any including Moscow This indicates that from now on Moscow will be an equal partner in the communist movement Israel Negotiates Pro-Palestinian guerillas released an additional 100 hostages from the approximately 250 they took when they skyjacked a French airliner over Greece diplomats said The skyjackers had set 47 old persons children and sick persons free the previous day In Tel Aviv government officials announced that Israel was prepared to negotiate the release of an undisclosed number of detainees in exchange for Entebbe hostages For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New York | Updated: July 21 2016 3:28 pm A new study suggests children in the quieter background could successfully learn new words (Source: File Photo) Top News Is your toddler finding it difficult to learn new words Be careful it may be because of the presence of noisy distractions such as TV radio and people talking in the home or at school says a study?

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