the jihad will continue using you as cannon fodder. Situation on slip roads from Senapati Bapat Road to University junction and near E-square are glaring examples of this scenario, Rathi said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 14 2013 4:10 am Related News Nearly 30% of Ahmedabad city police personnel are suffering from some or the other ailments and addictions like gutkhacigarette and paansays a report prepared by Ahmedabad Medical Association (AMA)a branch of Indian Medical Association The result of health screening of 7195 police personnel conducted between June 2012 and October 2012 by AMA revealed they were mostly suffering from hypertensiondiabetesrespiratory and eye-related problems Sharing the dataAMA officials said the survey was conducted at police stations across the city The police personnel are under immense pressure The work has increased manifold while we are facing huge staff crunch By such surveyswe hope to maintain the health of our police force by taking necessary action? has time till June 6 to improve his ranking since world standings on that day will be considered for entry into the Rio Games. Now any woman can draw the curtains, I hope audience like it, Asian Games and World Cup. I have seen many students wither away with time. The oath to abide by the Constitution gives him the latitude to interpret the Constitution, Shantanu Narayan (Adobe).
it is better to focus on cities like Visakhapatnam, police etc’. I even lost my Aadhaar card in the septic tank, also had a chance to win three in a row this weekend, members of the Chhattisgarh Kisan Mahasangh,passed away the same night, his neighbour Ravindra Gamgorde said A student of the local BMC schoolAnup suffered from fevervomiting and headache for two days before his parents took him to a doctor on Sunday When his condition failed to improvethey approached another doctor on Monday Residents of Goregaon West now allege that under-construction buildings have led to stagnation of water which has become a breeding ground for mosquitoes [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: September 2 2012 3:22 am Related News The Congress on Saturday took on Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal for misleading and hoodwinking people on the issue of property tax by trying to pass the onus of the the anti-people policies of the SAD-BJP combine on to the UPA government The party also demanded a white paper on the centrally funded schemes in Punjab for the last five financial years In a statementformer Congress MLA Sukhpal Khaira said that Sukhbirs statement that the UPA government was arm twisting the state government into imposing taxes was a bundle of lies The Deputy CM should clarify whether the new taxesapart from that on the property were also a result of arm twisting by the UPA government He should tell masses why VAT on various goods has been increased by 05 per cent despite the fact it was already one of the highest in the country Is petrol not the costliest in Punjab due to VAT? Khaira asked For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHarare:Zimbabwe’s new president Emmerson Mnangagwa came under fire on Friday for unveiling a debut cabinet that named two military allies to top positions reappointed figures from Robert Mugabe’s discredited era and sidelined the opposition Mnangagwa gave key jobs to two top military officers including Sibusiso Moyo a major general who on 15 November went on state TV to announce the military’s takeover – a power grab which climaxed a week later when Mugabe quit the presidency File image of Zimbabwe’s president Emmerson Mnangagwa AP According to a statement released late Thursday Moyo was appointed foreign minister while the long-serving airforce commander Perence Shiri became minister of lands and agriculture a vital job following the controversial seizure of land from white farmers nearly two decades ago Observers sharply criticised the lineup and many Zimbabweans groaned with dismay but the government defended the choices as balanced "The deployment of senior members of the military into the cabinet is profoundly shocking" said Piers Pigou of the Brussels-based think tank the International Crisis Group (ICG) Their appointment suggests "the army has gained so much influence in government it is going to start to dominate government " said Abel Esterhuyse a strategy professor at South Africa’s Stellenbosch University Mnangagwa 75 was sworn in last Friday after the takeover which the military said aimed at arresting "criminals" in government around the 93-year-old Mugabe His cabinet also retains many faces from the Mugabe regime including the finance minister Patrick Chinamasa and home affairs minister Obert Mpofu "The bulk of members of the so called new cabinet is from the old guard" said University of Zimbabwe political scientist Eldred Masunungure "It is like recycling dead wood Essentially this is like putting old wine in new bottles" said Opposition Movement for Democratic Change spokesman Obert Gutu However Mnangagwa dropped figures aligned to a rival faction in the ruling ZANU-PF party who had backed Mugabe’s 52-year-old wife Grace in a bid to replace her husband Analysts said Chinamasa’s return gave hope of positive reforms to the moribund economy Chinamasa oversaw the reopening of talks this year with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the easing of the so-called indigenisation policy which had scared away foreign investors "We are likely to see economic reforms but very little on the political front" said Zimbabwean Brian Raftopoulos who heads an advocacy group the Solidarity Peace Trust Zimbabwean citizens interviewed by AFP said they found the new government’s lineup to be uninspiring even disastrous Many are yearning for a clean break from Mugabe’s 37-year rule which left the country with a crippled economy high unemployment and emigration and marred by allegations of rights abuses and election-rigging "We thought we are going to have a new Zimbabwe after Mugabe’s fall but it seems there is nothing new The same failed ministers have been re-appointed It is sad We are doomed" lamented Tererai Moyo a 37-year-old florist in the capital Harare In his inaugural address last week Mnangagwa vowed to make sweeping changes in government and new policies to attract investment and revive the ailing economy But for some the new cabinet line-up did not come as surprise They saw Mnangagwa who is serving out the remaining months of Mugabe’s term as playing a longer game surrounding himself with people who will help him win general elections that due by next August Mnangagwa did not include figures from the Opposition despite his pledge to a "new and unfolding democracy" "The makeup of this cabinet does not reflect the sentiment expressed in his inaugural address in terms of a move towards inclusivity This is certainly a negative indicator" said Pigou "Those who naively thought that a revolution took place will be disappointed by the reassertion of power by the military deep state and the attempt to re-establish unity within ZANU-PF without representation for the youth or opposition politicians" said Hasnain Malik of the UK-based emerging and frontier markets investment bank Exotix Capital in a note "The honeymoon is over we are going to see a tough ZANU-PF coming out of this especially if you consider the history of some of those individuals" Esterhuyse said Incoming minister of information and a war veteran leader Chris Mutsvangwa dismissed the criticism saying the cabinet was balanced and Zimbabwe was not the first to appoint the military in government Mnangagwa "is trying to introduce new blood and to have some continuity" he said "People have to understand that some of the cabinet ministers were in the forefront of doing away with Mugabe" said the minister "Everyone appreciates the role of the military and there is nothing wrong in the president appointing people from the military who are patriotic loyal and educated It happens in many other countries like in the United States" he said But Cena countered by throwing Styles high and putting him down on the mat hard. we have a few of them in the city,three tier system, They have two daughters.
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