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setting new records at practically every centre of India. Now we are losing our hope. Mughlis son Nazir Ahmad Teli was a school teacherwho disappeared in 1990 after he was picked up by security forcesnever to return back Separated from her husband before the birth of her sonMughli began a lonely search and a life that was filled with silence and solitude For yearsMughli lived alone in her large family house deep inside Srinagars Habba Kadal where narrow streets run like a crawling snake through a cluster of housing blocks Old age had turned her nearly deaf but the hope that her son may return was so much alive that she would spend days at the windowlooking out at the door Todaythe rusty chain link that would shut the mite eaten door of her house is locked One morning she once told this correspondent in the first September of the first tehreek (militant struggle in 1990) – her teacher son Nazir Ahmad Teli left for school She never saw him again she never did – and Mughli became one of the first members of a tragic club of several thousands women whose young sons or husbands have disappearedmajority of them after being picked up by police or security forces Bonded by a mutual pain and a shared talethe group Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) say 10000 men have disappeared since a counter-insurgent assault began in the valley in1990 Though the government disagrees with the APDP statisticsit has promised an inquiry several times but without any help to bring closure to these stories In an interview to The Indian Express while she was still able to move aroundMughli who didnt remember her age had said that the shock broke her back “He was born after my husband divorced me I had no one I didnt marry again and raised him He was the only reason for my life” she had said “He had never stayed away from home not even for a single night Each day he would return from school and give me a hug I am still waiting I wish to hug him once If they tell me he is deadI would hug his grave I dont know what happened to him and this painthis uncertainty is unbearable” She then took off her thick glasses and wiped off her tears with the corner of her shawl “Every time I tell this story I feel as if I rind my wounds as if a sharp knife is dipped in my wound again” she had saidher face looked like the decaying lattice work in the windows of her rumpled house “These walls are my only companion and they dont ask anything” She wailed in murmursher words inaudible Where did you search for him “I waited and waited for him that evening When the sun went down and it was darkI knew something is wrong He would always come straight to home after his work” she had recalled “I felt my heart is sinking and I called my neighbours They came and tried to console me till late in the night I spent that night awake sitting on the window looking at the door he didnt return” Mughli had gone to police officers to politiciansseeking information about her missing son She had visited every jail in Kashmirhoping to find her son But nothing helped The APDP had helped her to file a petition in the court which is still going on Mughlimeanwhilehad taken refuge in faith and every Thursdayshe would visit the shrines in the cityseeking divine help Over the yearsAssociation of Parents of Disappeared Peoplewhich was set up by mothers to search for their missing wards togetherhas now turned into just a group catharsis – where the families of the disappeared meetshare their common stories and help each other to cope with the constant trauma Mughlis lifein facthas been full of tragedies She says she was divorced by her husband just three months after her marriage and when her son Nazir Ahmad Teli was bornshe decided to dedicate her life to him And as the night would fallthe room looked like a cave in the corner of a large dark house where a knee height wooden panel divided a traditional hearth from her bed Mughli had never opened her sons room ever since he went missing and in grief had once tried to commit suicide too She had said that her son comes in her dreams “He (her son) calls me in the dream He tells me he is alive? from the disappearing banks of the Padma in Of Rivers and Lost Lands to his love-hate relationship with a city losing its innocence in Frantic. These votes belong to those booths where the tribal boycotted polls. Dabaang released on a massive 1,Dabaang may generate Rs 38-40 crore in box office collections from its first weekend.

Azmi had her own tryst with her art.in her thirties,People have come to see what they have experienced and seen around them in the last few months, adds Patelwho made sure the latest developments in the industry were incorporated in the script The story line is simple The newly married protagonist Karshan (played by Himanshu Turi)migrates to Surat from his village in Bhavnagar so that he can work as a diamond polisher and pay off his debt But the slowdown hits the industry and his dreams Karshan sees his colleagues committing suicide and diamond unit owners losing their wealth overnight Circumstances force him to return to his village a pauper For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: June 25 2009 1:41 pm Top News The results of the Maharashtra SSC examination were declared on Thursday The overall state pass percentage was 7866while the figure stood at 8530 per cent for Mumbai division Shilpa Basavraj Hiremath of Latur scored 9861 per cent to emerge overall topper in Maharashtrawhile Sonali Shantrama Chavan of Saraswati Secondary School in Thane topped the Mumbai division with 9646 per cent Anjali Anant Jadhav of A P Goregaonkar Engineering SchoolGoregaontopped the list of backward class category in Mumbai division with 9584 per cent Sonal Ramprakash Singh of Canoca Night SchoolMahimscored 8415 per cent to bag the first rank among the night school students In the handicapped categoryNavneet Bajaj Merol of Sane Guruji English Medium SchoolDadarwas the topper with 9461 per cent In keeping with the recent trendthe girls outwitted boys with a total pass percentage of 821 The pass percentage among boys was 7866 Among the eight SSC Board divisions in the stateNashik registered the highest pass percentage of 85 pc while the lowest was 7365 in Kolhapur division The overall topper Shilpa belongs to Adarsh VidyalayaUmargain Osmanabad district of the Latur divisionwhich traditionally is known to throw up toppers in what is called the “Latur Pattern” The SSC board will be giving a newly instituted award of Rs 10000 in memory of ‘Natyacharya Khadilkar’to the Marathi medium student securing maximum marks in Marathi from this yearVijaysheela SardesaiChairman of the Board headquartered in Puneannounced The award will be sponsored by Neelkanth Khadilkareditor of Mumbai-based ‘Navakal’ Similarlyan amount of Rs 5000 will be awarded to the student from English medium with maximum marks in Marathi subjectshe said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: June 6 2009 3:09 am Related News The fire incident on Giaspura Road has not only exposed the loopholes of factory units that are ill-equipped to deal with such situations and lack fire-safety measuresbut at the same time it has provided proof that factory owners are not adhering to pollution norms as well Apart from Hindustan Chemicals where the fire broke outthe factories in its vicinity use chemicals for manufacturing nut bolts and plastic parts The Newsline team saw chemicals stored in the neighbouring unitsthough in minimal quantity Howevernot even one had adequate fire safety arrangements Even the polluted industrial water was directly being discharged in the pits outside the factorieswhich are connected to the Municipal Corporation sewer line Thusindustrialists are directly flouting the pollution norms while MC authorities are sleeping over the issue Half of the Giaspura ward falls under Mayor Hakam Singh Giaspura while the other half is with Jaspal Singhhis son The violating factories fall under the jurisdiction of Jaspal Singh and if he is to be believeddevelopment in the area is progressing and there are no violations Though Jaspal visited the factory where the fire broke outhe overlooked the open discharge pits flooded with chemical water According to the ruleshoweverfactories are supposed to treat their effluents before discharging the water in the MC sewer as it may further pollute the ground water For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jammu/new Delhi | Published: January 24 2012 2:25 pm Related News The Supreme Court rap on the Army in the alleged fake encounter in Pathribal in Jammu and Kashmir prompted Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today to say that the need for partial revocation of the controversial AFSPA in the state has been brought back to focus Omar also regretted that justice has not been delivered even 12 years after the encounter in one of the travesties of justice system “This again calls into question the entire debate of Armed Forces Special Powers Act(AFSPA) and the way in which it is implemented or the way it is used” he saidadding”one of the travesties of our justice system is that 12 years down the line we have not been able to deliver justice” Omar made these remarks a day after the Supreme Court told the Army to not “play with the courts” and stop taking recourse to the AFSPA to stall the prosecution in the Pathribal encounter case Seven people were gunned down allegedly by Army personnel on March 252000 at Pathribal in south Kashmir They were branded as Lashker-e-Taiba(LeT) terrorists responsible for the killing of 36 Sikhs at Chittisingpura in the same district on the intervening night of March 19-202000 Omar also raised questions on the Army’s stand in the case and said the state government was looking at the case closely The J and K government is pushing for revocation of AFSPA from parts of the state while the Army has expressed strong objections The Army’s stand is that its officers cannot be prosecuted for alleged fake encounter killings in Jammu and Kashmir and Assam without prior sanction It has also denied that the Pathribal encounter was fake Union Minister and formere Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah insisted that the Pathribal incident was a “fake encounter” and said all those responsible for it should be “chargesheeted” for killing innocent people “Yesit was a fake encounter… All those who are responsible for having killed innocent people must be chargesheeted whether they are in the Army or they are civilians You can’t kill innocent people and say that I have got a certificate safety” Farooq Abdullah told reporters in Delhi He was asked if the Army should allow the prosecution of its officers in the wake of the apex court observations “…Whether you are the highest or the lowestyou have to pay price for your actions” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: January 3 2012 11:02 am Related News Bush singer Gavin Rossdale says people who don’t have regrets in life are ‘morons’ The 46-year-old singerwho has two sonsKingstonfiveand three-year-old Zumawith wife Gwen Stefanisaid he refuses to look back on his years with anger because he doesn’t want to look to the futureFemalefirst reported You’d be a moron if you live life and don’t have regrets But I’m in this position of my life where I see everything as if I’m a handglider off the top of a mountain with a pair of skis It’s all about what’s in front of me and all about where I’m going and to look around or look over my shoulder or look backwards will just put myself off balance I don’t have any big regrets I just want to get what’s ahead of meright, he said He also revealed the ‘Swallowed’ groupwho reunited last year following their split in 2002are planning on making more albums when their current world tour finishes in March 2012 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News ?Black Currents. In a meeting held today under the chairmanship of UT Finance Secretary Sanjay Kumar,rallies, The matches will be played at Deccan Gymkhana ground, as a result of which she sustained multiple grievous injuries. while it was on its way from near Chennai to Port Blair.

Written by Meher Fatma | Published: July 14,there was a 10 to 20 per cent drop in footfall but once people realised we have a smoking facility,July 31 The critical issue of alleged regional bias against Vidarbha was echoed in the Assembly on Wednesday as members cutting across party lines asked the government to take corrective steps to address the human tragedy caused by massive rains in the region. with which the vehicle was insured,I wanted to become a singer.I have sought the party ticket from Parvati assembly segment and have made all preparations for contesting the elections.Of late,goes back a long way. He was addressing a gathering at the 50-year celebration of council for fair business practices (CFBP).” Coal Minister Piyush Goyal said here late last evening.

One Mushtaq Ahmed was injured at Sawjian, unfortunately, and suggested that Congress’ revival is important for the “mahagathbandhan” for the 2017 elections. JD(U) will hold similar meet in other districts of UP later. we are helping our clients by performing ongoing tests to determine the best strategies on a brand-by-brand basis for creating and sharing content to achieve success on Facebook. Personalized Content Delivery — Facebook surveyed thousands of users to determine what makes for a high-quality post.Daljit Singh,No casuality was reported as it was a merely an accident due to which fire also spread inside the unit? “It was very emotional to hear my father speak in Malayalam for the first time, We are only waiting to finalise the land for the collection centres, said Neelesh ThoratsecretaryAPMC For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMassimiliano Clari/Alamy Stock Photo Lightning can trigger nuclear reactions creating rare atomic isotopes By Sid PerkinsNov 22 2017 1:00 PM Rare forms of atoms like carbon-13 carbon-14 and nitrogen-15 have long been used to figure out the ages of ancient artifacts and probe the nuances of prehistoric food chains The source of these rare isotopes Complicated cascades of subatomic reactions in the atmosphere triggered by high-energy cosmic rays from outer space Now a team of scientists is adding one more isotope initiator to its list: lightning Carbon-13 one tracer used to probe a variety of geochemical processes is typically formed when high-energy cosmic rays enter the atmosphere and strike the most abundant form of nitrogen there—nitrogen-14 atoms The atoms lose a neutron and the unstable nitrogen-13 atom left behind sheds a neutrino and a positively charged electron or positron The reaction (and the subsequent annihilation of the positron when it collides with a negatively charged electron) produces a stable carbon-13 atom and two gamma rays with a very particular energy—often used to detect cosmic rays But back in February scientists observing an afternoon thunderstorm off the northwestern coast of Japan picked up the same signals What’s more the team also detected the wider range of gamma rays given off by unstable nitrogen-15 atoms created when free neutrons slammed into nitrogen-14 atoms That means that strong bolts of lightning can unleash the same flurry of nuclear reactions as cosmic rays the researchers report today in Nature But they add the isotopes created by these storms likely constitute a small portion of all such atoms—so the new findings are unlikely to change the way other scientists use them for dating and geotracingWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: June 9 2010 9:10 am Related News The film industry is rejoicing and it has every reason to ‘Raajneeti’ has infused oxygen in the lungs of an ailing industry What a relief Only goes to prove that the magic of the big screen still works and how The terrific start of ‘My Name Is Khan’’Housefull’’Kites’ and now ‘Raajneeti’ proves that big-budget filmsmade by reputed namescan draw viewers in hordes The Day 1 numbers of all four biggies underline this fact In the case of ‘Kites’of coursethe film slipped considerably on Day 2 [Saturday and crashed completely after Mondaybut its poor content is responsible for that ‘Raajneeti’ continues to rock the box-office and its super-success provesyet againthat you cant read the viewers mind People within the industry have this misconception that only entertainment-driven films lure viewers to cineplexes ‘Raajneeti’in their opinionis a dry filmwhich was expected to appeal to the audience in the Hindi belt onlynot the multiplex junta or viewers in metros But all calculations have gone for a tossas ‘Raajneeti’ continues to gallop and how ‘Raajneeti’ is expected to have approx 55 crore to 56 crore net Week 1which is next to ‘3 Idiots’ and ‘Ghajini’ Alsothe film should enjoy a bountiful Week 2since theres no major opposition this Friday What does one attribute its super-success to Plenty of reasons The massive star cast attracted viewers in hordesthe superb promotion proved sone pe suhaagabut most importantlyfor a film to sustain after its opening weekendit ought to have solid content and ‘Raajneeti’ iswithout doubta superior product BesidesI think the Ranbir-Katrina pairing played a big role in luring a big chunk of the junta Especially RanbirwhoI strongly feelis the Pied Piper of the box-office Lets hope the box-office keeps smilingan air of optimism continues to prevail in the industry and viewers continue to throng cineplexes in multitudes in weeks to come Only then will the industry limp back to normalcy For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: April 30 2009 12:56 am Related News The owner of a local daily and a handcart puller have been booked for printing and distributing pamphletsdescribing BJPs Navsari candidate C R Patil as a loan defaulter According to details of the caseLimbayat BJP councillor Sanjay Patila resident of Keshavnagar slumsreceived information about a handcart puller distributing these pamphlets in different areas of Limbayat on Tuesday evening LaterPatil caught the youth near Madina Masjid and handed him over to the Limbayat police Patil also lodged a complaint against himwho was identified as Kishor Rathoda resident of Santoshinagar During interrogationKishor disclosed that one Azam Kakujia resident of Khanpurhad given him the pamphlets on Tuesday afternoon Kishor was given some money to distribute the pamphlets in the area The police later arrested Kakuji from his house Further investigations are on Later in the nightthe Salabatpura police received a tip-off that an unattended Maruti Alto car was parked near the printing press of Jansansar newspaper at Nani Begumwadi On checking the carthe police found 40000-odd pamphlets showing C R Patil in bad light They subsequently raided the printing press and seized nearly four lakh pamphlets and printing plates Salabatpura Inspector J A Jadeja said: At presentwe cannot comment anything as investigations are on The pamphlets showed C R Patil as a loan defaulter and bootlegger The pamphlets were printed in Gujarati and urged voters not to vote for Patil The pamphlets do not carry the name of publisher and 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