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The Jayalalithaa-led cabinet had in July last decided to stick to its 69 per cent reservation policy in education and employment in the state without excluding the creamy layer from the quota as recommended by the Tamil Nadu Backwards Classes Commission. and visibility extremely low in several parts of Chandigarh,g/m3 (micrograms per cubic meter).The permissible value of PM 25 is 60 g/m3 A Chandigarh Meteorological Department official told Chandigarh Newsline that the existing conditions will continue to remain same for the next few days “Until there is some rainfall the conditions are not going to change In next few days there is no system formation (chances of rainfall) in the city” said the official On Sunday evening as per the Chandigarh weather department claim the visibility in Chandigarh was around 3000 metres while in airport area it was around 1500 meters Mahesh Palawat chief meteorologist of private weather forecaster SkymetWeather Services said the major contributing factor in the worsening air quality in the Tricity is the stubble burning in the nearby states “There has been an increase in the humidity levels The wind speed is low and the temperature too is low All these conditions lead to formation of smog” he told Chandigarh Newsline Officials say they have witnessed a sharp increase in the figures of stubble burning during the past four days According to the cases detected by the officials of Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) as many 645 cases were reported till 5 pm on Sunday in which the farmers were challaned for burning the paddy straw while this figure was just 130 on Thursday On Saturday 489 farmers were challaned while this number was 196 on Friday The member secretary of the board S Narayanan told Chandigarh Newsline that maximum cases have been reported from Fatehabad and Sirsa which are bordering districts of Punjab Earlier maximum cases were reported from Karnal district but now the paddy harvesting is taking place in Sirsa and Fatehabad district Officials in the pollution board also believe that stubble burning in Punjab and its neighouring areas of Haryana may be contributing to the pollution of Panchkula “The change in the route of winds in the region is being observed because of cyclonic disturbances in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal Currently the winds are not blowing towards Delhi from Haryana and Punjab” said Dr P K M K Das senior scientist HSPCB Health experts have warned that the increasing pollution levels could be dangerous for the patients with respiratory ailments if precautions are not taken “If the levels are high the high-risk people should not go out” said Dr P V M Lakshmi additional professor of the department of community medicine of PGI For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi/chennai | Updated: February 23 2015 2:53 am Priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar abducted in Afghanistan eight months back on his arrival at New Delhi’s airport (Source: PTI Photo) Related News Eight months after the Jesuit priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar was kidnapped in north-eastern Afghanistan’s Herat province India on Sunday “secured” his release from the captivity of “terrorist elements” At 412 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on Twitter: “Delighted at securing the release of Indian Jesuit priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar from captivity in Afghanistan “Have spoken to Father Alexis Prem Kumar Informed happy family of Father Alexis Prem Kumar of his safe return after 8 months in captivity” The family told The Indian Express that the Prime Minister had informed them that Prem Kumar was alive and had asked them to continue to pray for him The Ministry of External Affairs has been in touch with the family ever since the priest was kidnapped last summer and would normally tell them that India was working to secure his release Delighted at securing the release of Indian Jesuit priest Father Alexis Prem Kumar from captivity in Afghanistan — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 22 2015 But Sunday afternoon’s call was different — when Prem Kumar’s father Anthony picked up the phone the Prime Minister himself was on the line “My father cannot speak English So my sister Elizabeth took the call Mr Modi said that your brother is alive safe and is returning to India Are you happy he asked to which my sister said yes” John Joseph the brother of Father Prem Kumar said as he waited along with his father and sister at Chennai airport to board a flight to Delhi on Sunday evening “He will be back in India you continue to pray he (Modi) said” John said “This was the call we have been waiting for every day So when it actually happened we could not believe it I am thankful to God that my brother is safe and is returning” Have spoken to Father Alexis Prem Kumar Informed happy family of Father Alexis Prem Kumar of his safe return after 8 months in captivity — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 22 2015 Father Prem Kumar landed in Delhi about 730 pm He thanked God and Prime Minister Modi He said “This is because of our Prime Minister He saved me He talked to me after I landed and he arranged for my family to come here… I thank the people of Tamil Nadu and the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu as well” The priest belongs to Tamil Nadu Sources in the Home Ministry said Father Prem Kumar would stay at The Ashok in Delhi for two days and could meet the Prime Minister Father Prem Kumar is the fourth Indian to be released from captivity in the last 12 years in Afghanistan the other three having been released in two separate incidents earlier Two Indians were killed after being kidnapped in two incidents in 2005 and 2006 Sources said Prem Kumar 47 was medically examined in Afghanistan after his release and was put on the flight to India after his condition was found to be “satisfactory” Officials declined to confirm whether a ransom was paid to secure the priest’s release “If he had been kidnapped for ransom it would have been resolved much earlier In Afghanistan there are multiple motives” an official said Another top official indicated that Prem Kumar might even have been released somewhere outside Afghanistan and that the possibility of his having been released in Iran or Turkmenistan — both bordering Herat province — could not be ruled out Sources said that while the trail had gone cold in November last year it became active again in December and January National Security Adviser Ajit K Doval visited Afghanistan on October 22 days after President Ashraf Ghani took office and brought up the matter with him He also met top security officials in Afghanistan to discuss the hunt for Prem Kumar Subsequently Modi spoke with Ghani during their meeting on the sidelines of the SAARC summit in Kathmandu Nepal in November last year Sources said Indian intelligence agencies were in touch with the governments of Afghanistan and other countries on the matter There is a strong possibility that help was taken from American or Iranian intelligence they said Prem Kumar was abducted from a school for refugees that he was visiting in the village of Sohadat about 25 km from the provincial capital city of Herat He was then working for the Jesuit Refugee Service an international NGO involved in education in Afghanistan In response of a question on his release the official spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs Syed Akbaruddin said “Father Alexis Prem Kumar Antonysamy an Indian citizen who was kidnapped on June 2 2014 from Herat province in western Afghanistan by terrorist elements has been released “The matter of his release has been pursued by our leadership including at the highest level of the Prime Minister We express our deep gratitude to all those who worked tirelessly over the last eight months to help in this humanitarian task of ensuring the safe release of one of our citizens “Father Alexis Prem Kumar is now back in the safety of his homeland and arrangements are being made for him to rejoin his family soon” Akbaruddin said Father Joy Karayampuram spokesperson of the Jesuit Refugee Service in New Delhi said “Thanks to PM Modi External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News scientists have known since the 1990s that the prion protein that causes CJD can "cross-seed" amyloid-β,” says Hazarika, A number of ruling Congress members from the Telangana region also joined in. Finance Minister Anam Ramanarayana Reddy read out the agenda and ‘The Andhra Pradesh Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (Amendment) Bill, tilling the soil with a sickle. Dilip Kumar and yesteryear actress Saira were among the firsts to have given their hand impression.

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