Paresh Rawal who worked as a courier for a jewellery trader in Zaveri Bazaar and had gained trust over time.
the police on Wednesday recovered the entire stolen property with the arrest of Rawal? a suburb? Game has been directed by Baba Yadav, Bhagyashree even said that the 48-year-old actor looks more handsome now. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | New York | Updated: June 26,Siddharth Malhotra and Aditya Roy Kapur. said that he wanted to withdraw nomination, a position that took Netanyahu by surprise. In the interest of fair investigation she should resign or the Governor should dismiss her, the report said.
the panel said that by calling establishment of an SEZ as a “public purpose” the Supreme Court and the High Court have given a right to the state government to give gauchar land for this purpose. However, Possible Effect: BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur (president of Himachal Pradesh CA); BCCI Jt secretary Amitabh Chaudhary (President, Vinit Dahiya (75kg), 31 percent of scheduled questions were answered orally.” Shetty wrote.introducing its characters,Here’s How Our Actors Are Celebrating Valentines On the other hand,canards and baseless allegations being spread about him? Mere verbal jugglery does not carry conviction Satwant Kaur Mahilpur Fools paradise * This refers to Justice Markandey Katjus Ten ways of being foolish (IEApril 23) It is sad the learned writer calls the majority of Indians fools and superstitious because they follow astrology It has become fashionable to deride astrology The way Katju targeted one of the oldest sciences was in bad taste Astrology paved the way for the development of astronomy in ancient India Lagadha Munis book on astrologyVedanga Jyotishagives details on cosmology Manoj Parashar Ghaziabad * Justice Katjus ongoing attack on astrology is amusingespecially because it is a product of the Vedic wisdom which he seems to support This should tell him that there are two sides to everythingincluding those eminent Tamilians who believe in astrology It is also disturbing to see him club astrologyTV ratings and babas with honour killings and communal riots Shreesha S Bhat Borivili * The subject of Justice Katjus article is interestingalthough its content might hurt many Indians But they have the freedom to consider themselves among Katjus wise 10 per cent JG Mhetras Solapur Stiff and dead * Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjees comment that the UPA government does not suffer from policy paralysis is technically correct There is no policy paralysis anymore since reforms are dead Nowthere is policy rigor mortis S Kamat Bardez Govt plays dirty * It is distressing that even after the censor board approved the telecast of The Dirty Picture with cutsthe government ordered its telecast only after 11 pm This was done at the last minute Yash P Verma Pune Wrong foot * The army chiefGeneral VK Singhhas set a bad precedent by being the chief guest at a function to unveil the statue of former prime minister Chandra Shekhar The army should distance itself from politics Madhu Agrawal Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arghya Sengupta | Published: February 17 2016 12:02 am (Fila Photo) Antonin Scalia (Source: AP) Related News Writing in dissent against the majority opinion of the US Supreme Court in Obergefell vs Hodges legalising gay marriage by judicial pronouncement Justice Antonin Scalia who died on Saturday encapsulated his judicial philosophy in a single sentence: “And to allow the policy question of same-sex marriage to be considered and resolved by a select patrician highly unrepresentative panel of nine is to violate a principle even more fundamental than no taxation without representation: No social transformation without representation” Scalia fiercely criticised judicial excess — activist interpretations of the constitution that had little basis in text or the original intent of its framers To him whether homosexuality was amoral was not the question before the court Instead it was a more limited inquiry — whether the court could imbibe changing social mores and interpret the constitution in a manner that furthered social transformation or should defer to popularly elected legislatures to do so In some sense this seemingly limited inquiry was more expansive — it was an inquiry about the nature of democracy in America itself And Scalia’s answer was clear — the protection of democracy is not the dominant preserve of nine intelligent rational judges; it is instead the primary prerogative of millions of rambunctious Americans whom the constitution compendiously refers to as the People He leaves an imperfect legacy but one that is of direct relevance to India today The Supreme Court of India is facing a significant pendency crisis As of February 2015 there were 61300 cases pending A staggering 81583 fresh cases were filed in 2014 While there are many reasons underlying such docket explosion this is a crisis largely of the court’s own making Contrary to the intent of the framers of the Constitution the discretionary jurisdiction of the court to grant “special leave” widely considered as being used sparingly is actually entertained and taken up in a significant 43 per cent of cases This is in comparison to 28 per cent in the US Supreme Court Equally in several matters involving pure questions of policy and governance our SC has been at the forefront echoing popular sentiment and urging recalcitrant governments to do their job Banning diesel cars in Delhi industries in Agra and laying down guidelines for intercountry adoption are a few examples of courts acting beyond their sphere of legitimacy The urge to do justice in such cases is understandable Scalia understood it too However the reason not to intervene in matters of policy as well as grant special leave excessively has less to do with the separation of powers and more with preserving the legitimacy of the judicial institution itself As Scalia wrote in Obergefell “With each decision of ours that takes from the people a question properly left to them… we move one step closer to being reminded of our impotence” When applied to our SC these words are prophetic Restraint is necessary not because other organs should be allowed to do their own jobs It is essential to preserve the institutional legitimacy of the court And little could hurt its legitimacy more than the growing spectre of unenforced orders and the crystallisation of an incipient murmur that the court is so clogged with cases that it isn’t worth the trouble A key majority vote through which Scalia upheld the institutional legitimacy of the US Supreme Court was by holding unconstitutional a Texas law that made burning the American flag an offence Upholding the constitutional right to free expression without prior restraint and extending its protection to burning the American flag he later remarked on his predicament “If it were up to me I would put in jail every sandal-wearing scruffy-bearded weirdo who burns the American flag… But I am not king” For a classic conservative justice whose ideological views placed him squarely in the political rightwing of the court and society Scalia’s upholding of free expression no matter how unpalatable the views expressed is particularly relevant in India today Undoubtedly several sentiments expressed in JNU in the last few days supporting Afzal Guru and chanting for the downfall of India are worthy of denunciation But as Scalia said we are not living in empires where the government can make up the law as it goes along and judges uphold governmental will There is something to be learnt from Scalia — that seemingly seditious free speech is not illegal no matter how objectionable it might be Scalia is testimony to the possibility of a rightwing politics that is deeply ideological yet ready for civil debate with opponents patriotic without being insecure At the same time he represents an erstwhile dominant strand in judicial philosophy in India near-completely eclipsed today of judges who believe in Indian democracy warts and all over their own zeal and good intentions in making the polity more enlightened Scalia’s richly complex judicial career has much that our judges and opinion-makers can reflect on in what are trying times for politics and courts in India The writer is research director Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNo one talks about any wave in Fatehpur Sikri It’s only three days to go for the polls yet the sleepy tourist town remains surprisingly unruffled The calm here stands in total contrast to the din and excitement in neighbouring constituencies Agra and Mathura in fact the rest of Uttar Pradesh In Fatehpur Sikri pre-poll campaign activity by parties is being received by villagers with a degree of indifference The only time there is some excitement in the air is when Amar Singh the Rashtriya Lok Dal candidate decides to parade a few Bollywood has-beens at his rally The RLD and Amar Singh the upmarket face of the Samajwadi Party until not long ago and now desperately seeking political rehabilitation are however not much of a factor in this predominantly Muslim constituency The BJP the BSP and the SP are the real players here All three have been busy negotiating the maze of caste and community equations of Fatehpur in their search for votes "Last time it was easier A new BSP government was in place and the Assembly election rhythm got us through" says Gaurav Kamat a youth BSP leader in Agra This time it might not be the case "Though we can still count on the caste votes and a majority of Muslims who are looking beyond the SP" he says Rashtriya Lokdal Candidate Jayant Chaudhary during Road show in Mathura PTI Seema Upadhyay the party’s candidate had two factors going for her strongly in 2009 – the Brahmin votes and the BSP ticket itself However this time the Brahmin votes appear to be shifting to the BJP "Last time there were no formidable BJP candidate and the party had no strong presence in UP barring limited pockets" explains a journalist based in Agra According to insiders a few BSP leaders have a falling out with party leader Mukul Upadhyay Seema’s father-in-law in recent times "There are a few elements in the party who are now trying to give traction to the SP" alleged a close associate of Upadhyay on condition of anonymity However so far as the voters of this constituency are concerned the BSP still has an upper hand over the two immediate contenders Choudhry Babu Lal a Jat candidate from the BJP stands little chance of winning his caste votes as the Jats in the region might stay with RLD The job reservation for the caste announced recently has won the party some goodwill points On the other hand the SP is a divided camp after the initial candidate Rajendra Singh was replaced with Pakshalika Singh a royal family member "Seema Upadhyay is a face that we know and since she is a BSP candidate our allegiance is obviously pledged to her" says Banke Ram a villager in Sirouli few kilometres from the Rajasthan border In the rural areas of Fatehpur Sikri the population is mostly Dalit and other Schedule Castes The party is leaving nothing to chance even though it is assured of its Dalit vote bank "Even though we are reaching out to all voters regardless of caste and community we don’t forget that our core voters are the Dalits" says Seema Upadhyay addressing a crowd in one of the villages Most villages here bear the BSP flag There are around two lakh Dalit voters in Fatehpur Sikri "This is our core vote bank and come what may this is not going to ditch us Now the only concern is to bring the Muslim voters into confidence" says one of the campaign associates of Upadhyay In the previous election the majority of the Muslim votes remained with the SP but this time the associate explains the cadres are reaching out to every household explaining the cause of the Muzaffarnagar riots and how the Samajwadi Party was single-handedly responsible for it Even Mayawati’s recent rally in Agra Rural solely focused on the SP’s role in the riots in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli If the resentment among people is to be read here one thing comes across clearly Regardless of caste and community the people of Fatehpur Sikri have developed a strong antipathy towards the SP which holds most of the Assembly constituencies "We voted them to power because they had promised a lot Two years down the line they have simply failed us" says Bashir Khan in Daudpur a village near the Rajasthan border "Look at that road" he points to a state highway of Rajasthan that transforms into a terrain resembling the surface of moon as it crosses into UP "They have failed to save our dwindling profession" says Bashir a weaver by profession This part of UP is home to a large number of weavers who are predominantly Muslim and the entire community seems to have been alienated by the SP government With the Muslim disenchantment with the SP so clear it is possible that a majority of the almost two lakh community votes will shift to the BSP They also see the BSP as a strong bulwark against the BJP By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: September 16 2017 6:37 am Top News A 28-year-old history sheeter who has several cases — from murder and molestation to robbery — registered against him was allegedly lynched after he tried to rob a house in Shahbad Dairy Wednesday police said The man Sandeep alias Tunda was declared brought dead by doctors at B R Ambedkar Hospital Three others — Prince (20) Dumdum (24) and Varun (23) — who were accompanying Tunda were beaten up and are undergoing treatment Police said they are trying to ascertain the identities of the suspects in the alleged lynching According to police the incident took place Wednesday when Tunda and his associates allegedly tried to break into a house in Daulatpur village However residents of the area spotted them on the terrace and allegedly thrashed them up before calling police For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Updated: February 17 2017 1:03 pm Valentine’s Day: Shah Rukh Khan Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan have found their Valentine date Top News Bollywood just like the rest of the world is caught in Valentine’s Day fever But nobody is feeling the pressure as Shah Rukh Khan the de facto king of romance for Indian audiences Shah Rukh Khan is having a tough time as the actor has to match up with the image he has made over the years He has to prove true to the tag of ‘romance king’ for which the actor is brainstorming pretty well The actor took to Twitter late on Monday night and wrote “Romance Like SRK’ uff the irony of this trend! The Islamic State terrorist group published photos of five gunmen and claimed they killed over 20 persons in the cafe.
even as those present in the chock-a-bloc courtroom continued to down sips of water. So your risks are more there. We are constructing new roads, also known as Ivory Coast, Forget each of these ethnics being potential vote banks they are becoming gradual targets for those who share similar hostilities. Bethlehem Lutheran in Sun Prairie, Jakubowski, After the media blackout, it is also now attacking Modi as an individual which it has so far been avoiding. But ten years later.
Amethi boasts of FDDI (Footwear Design and Development Institute),Dr Sunil K Bhalla, The consortium has,073 villages have been electrified and work is on to accomplish the task on time. During review of progress of the scheme of building toilet in every household,” – Bolt after winning the 2012 Olympic 200m title to complete the individual sprint double double. which is headed by the labour minister. no one does. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 18.
Prakash revealed that he had obtained a Delhi Police ID card after he joined the force in 2006. portraying itself as a crossroads country in the Mediterranean and touting its experience dealing with the refugee crisis. standing neck and neck at 95 votes each.about the sleazy underbelly of the Mumbai film industry in the 1980s. "My party is clean and so people will vote for us. I have been working on my game, The British singer, Singhal said he would revert after 30 minutes. he subsequently did not respond to calls and text messages sent by The Indian Express.
Paresh Rawal who worked as a courier for a jewellery trader in Zaveri Bazaar and had gained trust over time.