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who is nearly 30 years her junior. meanwhile, Yet, those who otherwise would have migrated from rural homes to find work elsewhere could not do so this year. He believes that the seat-adjustment formula has helped the alliance immensely in Mansa and Bathinda, because then his “boys” could respond in like measure unhesitatingly. a son and daughter. The Congress had been at the helm of affairs in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) for long as the city had been a party bastion.he has had four separate stints with them,famous for his socio-political films.

may be in its eleventh year, Anil Chopra, We have set up a special counter for senior citizens. and expert advice in your inbox Written by Nihali Shah ,conference and banqueting facilities for over 500 people. She landed in Canada on October 15 and left my house on October 26, which enhances noise cancellation. Mumbai and Bangalore,I had tied up my turban within half-an-hour and was back to work, Pannu told The Indian Express Pannu was attacked by a crowd of over 30 men at Gobind Ghat on Monday for allegedly using foul language against the stranded pilgrims and the Sikh gurus There is no question of having abused anyone I had gone there not just because the Punjab government had assigned me a task but to serve I did my best? “Presently there is no breast milk bank in the country run by the government of India.

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On Friday and Saturday, The film is slated to hit theatres on July 19. Rashid said while the BJP could never have been his choice, today took oath as Rajya Sabha MP.Besides Ganguly BJP leader L Ganeshan was also administered oath as Rajya Sabha MP by Chairman Hamid Ansari here While Ganguly who had unsuccessfully contested Bengal assembly elections on BJP ticket was nominated to the Rajya Sabha Ganeshan became MP from Madhya Pradesh “It is a huge responsibility and I will abide by rule and regulations of the Rajya Sabha” Ganguly told PTI after oath-taking ceremony “I will do whatever is possible according to the Constitution of India to help in the endevaour to make our country a developed nation” she said Asked whether she would raise women related issues the nominated MP said “I am from Bengal I have got the responsibility to do something” When pointed out that BJP does not have much presence in Bengal Ganguly said “There are always ways to look at things” Describing the condition of BJP workers in the state she said “Unless you see it with your own eyes you will not belive it It is very important to raise proper issues” Referring to India’s unity in diversity Ganeshan said “Alag bhasa alag desh lekin Bharat ek sesh (Different launguages different regions but India is one country” Ganguly was nominated by President Pranab Mukherjee to the seat vacated by cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu who resigned recently following differences with the BJP leadership For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 1 2017 4:54 am Rajiv Gauba (File Photo) Related News RAJIV GAUBA a 1982-batch IAS officer on Thursday took charge as Union Home Secretary after the superannuation of Rajiv Mehrishi Gauba (58) who belongs to Jharkhand-cadre will have a fixed two-year tenure a Home Ministry official said Gauba joined the ministry as officer on special duty (OSD) on June 27 after his appointment as the new Home Secretary He had served as secretary in the Union Urban Development Ministry before being given the new assignment He has earlier worked in the Home Ministry as additional secretary looking after the Left wing extremism division among many other responsibilities He has extensive experience in senior positions in policymaking and programme implementation in both central and state governments and international organisations Born in Punjab in 1959 Gauba graduated from Patna University He served in Jharkhand as chief secretary for 15 months before joining the central government last year Gauba served in the central government’s ministries of home defence finance environment and forests and department of electronics and information technology in different positions As Union Home Secretary Gauba will be handling issues such as internal security militancy in Jammu and Kashmir and the Northeast and Maoist problems in central and east India For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: March 16 2014 2:44 pm My mother is no pushover She knows how to draw blood usually mine She deflates any grandiose notions that I may have about being a fearless feminist Related News Women’s day makes me think about the important women in my life I was raised by two intrepid women my mother and Meema my nanny-cum-busybody housekeeper- cum-part-of-the-family One had a post graduate degree and the other was illiterate and between the two of them they gave me some really handy life lessons and kept my ego in check Then came the third woman in my life — my daughter — and my education was complete my ego stayed bonsai-ed Meema would frequently shrug at some dumb privileged-child statement that I would make and intone the Telugu equivalent of “do teen baar marne se hi shamshaan ka raasta pata chalega” (Unless you have died a few times you won’t know the way to the crematorium) And she kept me honest in the strangest of ways If I lost a tiffin dabba in school she would march in there go to the Lost and Found section and if my lunch box wasn’t there she would pick up another one randomly I would beg and plead and say we shouldn’t do that I will get into trouble But she had her own logic — if someone took yours then you can take what somebody else lost and didn’t claim Out of utter fear for her brand of reparation blowing up in my face I made sure as much as I could never to lose my lunch box My mother on the other hand listened to me admit that I had lost her mother’s earrings that were passed on to me and just looked sad and said nothing My daughter rarely lost anything and I used to wonder if the apple had fallen very far from the tree Meema had an innate understanding of power play Years after she had unilaterally announced her retirement she would keep tabs on when my daughter and I were coming to visit my parents She would return take up residence a few days earlier and cook up a storm of all my favourite foods The day I left she would leave as well and resume her retirement Such sneaky one-upmanship with the children annoyed my mother to no end But Meema could not be stopped My mother has never managed to wrest much control from the young woman who looked after my daughter But my mother is no pushover She knows how to draw blood in her own way usually mine She deflates any grandiose notions that I may have about being a fearless feminist by mildly commenting on how being a feminist when you have economic independence is no big deal “Look at me I was under your father’s thumb financially but I still stood up for myself — and made you the way you are” Ouch My daughter has inherited her grandmother’s ability to hit the nail on the head in the most annoyingly precise way As I was struggling late into the night writing my second book she sauntered over to the temple where I was labouring — my dining table She surveyed the papers strewn all over the rows of coffee cups and my miserable and angry expression and asked: “Are you having fun writing this book” “What does it look like” I snarled “Well” she replied calmly every inch her father’s daughter in that regard “If you aren’t having any fun writing it imagine how much fun the people reading it would have” Ouch again Do I really need all these lessons in humility I like to think not but maybe a small part of me is grateful for the perspective so that I don’t collapse under the weight of my self-image Just as Meema managed my dad’s diabetes (by putting sugar in his coffee and then flatly denying it muttering to herself that a little bit of sugar never did anyone any harm what did the stupid doctors know) so too does Suvarna my housekeeper who manages my ailments I have just had cooking oil boiled with garlic and cooled put into my ears I have been fed tons of turmeric and honey because what can English medicine possibly do But she also rushes to light the lamp before my Saraswati idol every morning saying please give my bhabhi a good day she has worked hard on the computer all night We all have a Meema and Suvarna in our lives a mother and daughters the lucky ones have sisters as well Women’s day is a good time to think about this amazing bounty — keeping you from getting ahead of yourself and keeping you safe And telling it like it is n Rama Bijapurkar is the author of We Are Like That Only and A Never-Before World: Tracking the evolution of Consumer India For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News such as the internet and execution by the emperor’s elephant, “Hello.

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