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Full text of Sawant’s letter On background of #Bangladesh disheartening incident & statements abt #ZakirNaik I demand ban over him. @AUThackeray pictwittercom/iyUwvLZrVU — Arvind Sawant (@AGSawant) July 6 2016 Sawant has sought that Naik currently on pilgrimage to the Middle-east be prevented from entering India Meanwhile in New Delhi Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said Naik’s speech is “a matter of concern” Amid reports that the NIA was scanning Naik’s sermons for anything objectionable or inciteful Rijiju said “Our agencies are working on this But as a minister I will not comment what action will be taken” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news On Tuesday following reports that the Dhaka attackers were his followers Naik told The Indian Express that he condemns the attack “By using the name Islamic State we are condemning Islam… They are the anti-Islamic state of Iraq and Syria that has killed innocent foreigners The name is given by enemies of Islam” he said While Sawant and the Shiv Sena have sought a ban on the doctor-turned-evangelist’s channels and on his entry into India Naik told The Indian Express that he had unequivocally and repeatedly said terrorism was against the tenets of Islam “I have said that the Quran explicitly says in Chapter 5 that when a person kills another human being of any religion it is as though he has killed the whole of humanity And when a man protects another from being killed it is as though he has saved all of humanity… Why does the media give only half of my quote I have said that for a thief a policeman is a terrorist And similarly Muslims should be terrorists against anti-social elements The media misrepresents what I said so I stopped saying this at my lectures” he said The IRF and its founder have been on the radar of intelligence agencies since 2006 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Patna | Published: November 1 2014 3:19 am Top News Three persons died and as many were hospitalised in Aurangabad district Friday due to suspected food poisoning The district administration officials said the deaths could be a result of food poisoning while Excise officials are probing whether they died due to consumption of illicit liquor The cause of deaths can be ascertained only after a post-mortem district magistrate Navin Chandra Jha said adding that all of them were labourers “They all had consumed pork Thursday night There are no liquor shops around the place where the incident happened Our team is on the spot The Excise officials are probing whether the deaths are due to illicit liquor” Jha said Local villagers said they fell severely ill complained of vomiting and died in a few hours Those who have taken ill were meanwhile taken to the Aurangabad Sadar hospital For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: October 13 2015 9:41 am The bench was hearing a petition challenging the legal provision that compels Christian couples to wait for at least two years for divorce whereas this period of separation is one year for other religions (Illustration by: Pradeep Yadav) Related News Underlining “total confusion” owing to personal laws governing religious practices the Supreme Court sought to know from the government Monday whether it is willing to bring the Uniform Civil Code in the country It asked the Solicitor General to seek the government’s view and posted the matter for further hearing after three weeks A bench of Justices Vikramjit Sen and Shiva Kirti Singh questioned the government about its mandate on framing the Uniform Civil Code so that unvarying standards are ushered in and all religions are regulated by the same yardsticks in matters of law “There is total confusion… we should work on the Uniform Civil Code What happened to it If you (government) want to do it then you should do it Why don’t you frame and implement it” the bench asked the counsel appearing for the Centre The bench was hearing a petition challenging the legal provision that compels Christian couples to wait for at least two years for divorce whereas this period of separation is one year for other religions Watch Video:What Happened To Uniform Civil Code SC Asks Govt Share This Article Related Article In previous hearings the bench had been apprised by the government that it had agreed to consider amending Section 10A (1) of the Divorce Act and the Law Ministry had also initiated a proposal Christians file for divorce under Section 10A (1) which states that a petition for dissolution of marriage by mutual consent can be presented before a court only after a judicial separation of two years However the period of separation is one year in other statutes such as the Special Marriage Act the Hindu Marriage Act and the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act During the hearing Monday the bench was displeased that even three months after the last date the provision had not been amended “What happened Why this cannot be done You should tell us if you want to do it” the bench said as the government counsel sought some more time Dissatisfied with the counsel’s response the bench then sought assistance of Solicitor General of India Ranjit Kumar who was present in court to attend some other matter It asked Kumar about the government’s position with respect to bringing uniformity in the divorce laws across religions Kumar said he was not aware of the case and would require some time to go through the papers for properly assisting the bench on the issue as well as to get instructions from the authority concerned regarding the amendment in law The bench asked the Solicitor General to also seek the government’s views on the Uniform Civil Code and posted the matter for further hearing after three weeks In the last hearing the court said Section 10A (1) lacked rationale and asked the government why it did not amend the law even after some high courts held it to be violative of Articles 14 (right to equality) and 21 (right to life and liberty) While hearing a separate matter in February a bench led by Justice Sen had asserted: “We have to stamp out religion from civil laws It is very necessary There are already too many problems” The bench was then hearing a PIL by advocate Clarence Pais who wanted the apex court to put its stamp of approval on the decrees of divorce and other such decrees issued by an ecclesiastical court or tribunal An ecclesiastical court set up under the Canon Law is an institution for Catholic Christians “This cannot be accepted otherwise every religion will say it has a right to decide various issues as a matter of its personal law We don’t agree with this at all It has to be done though a decree of a court” the court had observed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alok Singh | New Delhi | Published: October 5 2017 2:26 am Top News Purported “anti-government slogans” led to a fight between two groups in southeast Delhi following which a person from one of the groups was allegedly kidnapped beaten up and robbed police said Police however added that they are yet to verify who raised the slogans that led to the scuffle Police said the victim who works with the Ministry of Defence has alleged that he was kidnapped beaten up and robbed by over 10 people for stopping them from raising slogans against the central government near the Okhla Mandi He alleged the men were drunk The matter came to light on September 30 when the victim approached Amar Colony police and informed them that he was kidnapped and robbed by the men who were travelling in two cars As per his complaint he was also forcefully made to withdraw money from his account for them He told police that he was at the Okhla Mandi in the early hours of September 30 when he spotted a few people raising slogans against the government On seeing them he intervened and tried to stop them from Agitated a few of them started arguing with him The argument soon turned into a physical scuffle For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News

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Moore and Connery closely follow with 51 kills each, called the ?a mentally-challenged person. So just, Shiva alone bagged 3, whose son was in contention for one of Delhi’s junior teams.twitter.several policemen tried to pressurise him into withdrawing his complaint. Soc. 135 (2013) A new drug candidate designed to mimic the body’s “good” cholesterol shows a striking ability in mice to lower cholesterol levels in the blood and dissolve artery-clogging plaques What’s more the compound works when given orally rather than as an injection If the results hold true in humans—a big if given past failures at transferring promising treatments from mice—it could provide a new way to combat atherosclerosis the biggest killer in developed countries Although doctors already have effective cholesterol-lowering agents such as statins at their disposal there’s room for improvement Statins have significant side effects in some people and don’t always reduce cholesterol enough in others “There is still plenty of heart disease out there even among people who take statins” says Godfrey Getz an experimental pathologist at the University of Chicago in Illinois For that reason researchers around the globe are searching for novel drugs that affect cholesterol levels in one of two ways The first has been to reduce levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) commonly known as bad cholesterol which has been associated with higher heart disease risk This is the goal of statins which block an enzyme involved in cholesterol production The second strategy is to increase levels of good cholesterol or high-density lipoprotein (HDL) which seems to boost heart health in people who have a lot of it But producing HDL-raising drugs that prevent heart disease has proven difficult In the body a large protein called apolipoprotein A-I (apoA-I) wraps around fatty lipid molecules to create HDL particles that sop up LDL and ferry it to the liver where it is eliminated So for several decades researchers have been designing and testing small protein fragments called peptides to see if they could mimic the behavior of apoA-I One such peptide known as 4F did not reduce serum cholesterol levels but it did shrink arterial plaques in mice rabbits and monkeys And in an early clinical trial by researchers at Bruin Pharma Inc in Beverly Hills California that was designed only to measure its safety in people 4F didn’t appear to show any beneficial effect M Reza Ghadiri a chemist at the Scripps Research Institute in San Diego California and his colleagues took a slightly different tack creating a peptide that mimics another part of the apoA-I protein than 4F does Initial in vitro studies suggested the peptide formed HDL-like particles and sopped up LDL an encouraging result that prompted them to push it further Ghadiri and his Scripps colleagues have now tested their compound in mice that develop artery clogging plaques when fed a Western-style high-fat diet One group of animals received the peptide intravenously For another group the researchers simply added the compound to the animals’ water a strategy they considered unlikely to work because the gut contains high amounts of proteases designed to chop proteins apart To their surprise in both groups serum cholesterol levels dropped 40% from their previous levels within 2 weeks of starting to take the drug And by 10 weeks the number of artery-clogging lesions had been reduced by half the team reports in the October issue of the Journal of Lipid Research What remains puzzling however is that Ghadiri and his colleagues did not detect their peptides in the blood of their test animal Ghadiri says this suggests that the new peptide may work by removing cholesterol precursors in the gut before they enter the bloodstream “It’s a very interesting result” Getz says But he cautions that the work has been tested only in animals and many therapies—including the closely related 4F peptide—fail to transfer to humans That said Getz notes that some of the initial promising results with this peptide and other apoA-I mimics offer hope that researchers may soon come up with novel drugs capable of dissolving artery-clogging plaques before they can wreak their havoc Unless a practical and acceptable contract management system which is fair to both the parties is put in place.

railways are working to make the contract management system simpler with changes in rules and introduce end-to-end IT-enabled decision making in the tender process. So the themes changed. Also, earlier today,a central team comprising party MPs Meenakshi Lekhi Om Mathur and Satyapal Singh was stopped from visiting the riot-hit Basirhat and its members were detained The three MPs who left for Basirhat after arriving here from Delhi were stopped by the police near Birati close to the airport Lekhi told news agency ANI: “Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) is not applicable here and they cannot arrest us They should have taken us to other jurisdiction and let them decide The contradiction is that on one side they are not letting three members of the Parliament to travel and on the other hand they are saying everything is under control On what basis are they arresting I don’t know” Basirhat violence Highlights: 0730 pm:Man held in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district for trying to incite communal violence by circulating photo on social media According to a senior Kolkata Police officer Bhabatosh Chatterjee (38) of Rupnagar in Sonarpur wasarrested from his residence for uploading a stillphotograph on the social media and claiming that it was animage of Baduria the scene of an ongoing communal unrest 0720 pm:West Bengal govt returns additional 400 BSF troops sent for deployment in riot-hit areas of North 24-Parganas district: MHA sources 05 10 pm: West Bengal BJP submits memorandum to WB Governor demanding imposition of President’s Rule in state 0430 pm: Reports requested by Central Govt to facilitate review in DarjeelingandBasirhat are being delayed by West Bengal government: MHA sources 3:37 pm:Centre has a non-cooperative attitude border areas are being disturbed with foreign hands having good relations with BJP: WB CM 3:32 pm:I appeal to Darjeeling to not resort to violence & instead make peace: WB CM Mamta Banerjee 3:23 pm:We will ask for judicial inquiry into incidents at Baduria and Basirhat: Mamata Banerjee For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Updated: September 28 2016 12:39 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the release of Vice-President Hamid Ansaris book Citizen and Society at Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi on Friday PTI Photo by Subhav Shukla Top News Sending the strongest signal of deterioration in ties with Pakistan in the wake of the September 18 Uri attack India Tuesday announced it will not attend the 19th SAARC summit in Islamabad in November Official sources claimed Bangladesh Afghanistan and Bhutan too have reservations on attending the summit The announcement was made by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) which said “increasing cross-border terrorist attacks in the region and growing interference in the internal affairs of member states by one country have created an environment that is not conducive to the successful holding of the 19th SAARC Summit in Islamabad” WATCH VIDEO: After India Bangladesh Bhutan Afghanistan Boycott 19th SAARC Summit In Islamabad MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup also tweeted: “Regional cooperation and terror don’t go together” A day earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi had told officials at a meeting on the Indus Waters Treaty that “rakt aur paani ek saath nahin beh sakta” (blood and water cannot flow together) In London last Saturday Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said it was his hope that all SAARC members would attend the summit in Islamabad In first remarks on the Indian decision the Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman said it had noted the Indian spokesperson’s tweet on the announcement about the refusal to participate in the summit “While we have not received any official communication in this regard the Indian announcement is unfortunate” the spokesperson said Pakistan he said remained committed to peace and regional cooperation “We will continue to work to that end in the larger interest of the people in this region” he said This is the first time India will boycott a SAARC summit first held in Dhaka in 1985 Government sources said boycott of a SAARC summit by any head of government means that the summit has to be postponed At the 2007 summit in Delhi Bangladesh was represented by an advisor to the then caretaker government but the rules sources said have since been changed — a summit can now take place only if all SAARC heads of state or government participate Even after the attack on Parliament in December 2001 India attended the SAARC summit in Kathmandu in January 2002 despite a tense border standoff with Pakistan One of the enduring images of that summit was when General Pervez Musharraf walked up to Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee to shake his hand In fact that summit was held after 1998 — a four-year gap owing to tensions between India and Pakistan post Kargil At the last summit in Kathmandu in November 2014 Modi and Sharif shook hands at the end of the summit — to a round of applause from all present Even at that time ties were frosty and Foreign Secretary-level talks had been cancelled On Tuesday MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said: “India remains steadfast in its commitment to regional cooperation connectivity and contacts but believes that these can only go forward in an atmosphere free of terror In the prevailing circumstances Government of India is unable to participate in the proposed summit in Islamabad” he said “We also understand that some other SAARC member states have also conveyed their reservation about attending the Islamabad summit” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News They need to use that when they have babies and then we will proceed on that, Reviewer comments on the app included appreciation and criticism. 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