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also said Iraq’s next government must be “effective” and avoid “past mistakes”,let alone the examination, said an official from the Dean Students Welfare office Notices were initially served to defaulting students and they were given a chance to provide supplementary documents to justify their absence from the departments The college authoritieshoweverhave narrowed down on 50 students from fifteen hostels Among thesethe majority are men while a few women are also on the defaulters list For the first timethe University is taking strict action against the defaulters occupying university hostels and have asked them to vacate their rooms before the semester examinations conclude For thosewho are still occupying their rooms despite the directionsa second notice has been served allowing them a grace period till January 9 From the beginning of the sessionthe authorities had carried out as drive against the defaulters in the hostels In the initial montha regular check was made in all the departmentsshortlisting those who were irregular in the classes Accordinglythose who missed classes submitted an undertaking that they would be regular in the future or else the allotment of their rooms can be withdrawn In the next sessionto bring about transparencythe authorities are all set to make the hostel allotment process online As alreadythe booking process of University guest houses has been made onlinethe next in the line are the hostels For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 10 2017 11:58 am Attari: Pakistani sisters Mumtaz and Fatima along with 11-year-old daughter Hina cross over to Pakistan side at Indo-Pak border at Attari on Thursday PTI Photo Top News Last Thursday on November 2 India released and returned 13 Pakistani prisoners through the Wagah-Attari border including two women and one little girl who was born on Indian soil in captivity Hina who is almost 11 was born in Amritsar jail on November 11 2006 where her mother Fatima aunt Mumtaz and grandmother Rashida found themselves detained that fateful year It is a day of celebration in Gujranwala in Punjab Pakistan While Rashida passed away in jail in 2008 from a heart attack the others have made it back after being apart from their family for more than a decade As for Hina it is the first time she set foot in Pakistan “We have slept only for two hours since we got here We’re elated to see so many people coming to meet us It seems all of Gujranwala has come over to us” Mumtaz Fatima’s younger sister told Dawn The three women had been arrested in 2006 at Attari station while they had been on their way to Delhi for a family wedding the Dawn report said 400 grams of drugs had been found in their possession Fatima maintained that the arrest had been based purely on suspicion as the real culprit a Lahore-based fellow who also travelled on the Samjhauta Express left his luggage with them as he went to take care of immigration All the drugs were found therein and he confessed upon arrest — yet the women were sent to prison she told Dawn The women had worried about how they’d be treated especially Fatima who was pregnant at time Fortunately they needn’t have Utterly depressed they ate very little in jail for eight days Dawn reported On the ninth day however the jail superintendent assured them that they were his responsibility and that he’d take care of them Hina was born four months later Fatima was hospitalised a month before the birth and discharged after fifteen days “The woman constables staying with me at the hospital took great care of me there” Fatima recounted to Dawn adding that she had no trouble bringing up Hina and that she remains thankful to the jail staff for their courtesy help and support As Hina grew up she went on to attend school along with other inmates’ children The women recall being treated warmly in captivity Yet one person towards whom they particularly feel grateful is their advocate Navjot Kaur Chhaba After an initial bad experience with an insincere profiteering lawyer — they searched for a new one and found Navjot Kaur Chhaba Fatima shared that Chhaba fought their case earnestly and ensured bail “She even contacted an NGO to arrange the Rs 400000 fine but didn’t charge a penny herself” “We will never forget what Chhaba ma’am did for us For a whole year she struggled tirelessly for our release She didn’t help us because we were Pakistani but on humanitarian grounds She came to see us off at the border” Mumtaz told Dawn On the day of departure the Pakistani sisters were congratulated by the inmates wished well by jail staff and showered with gifts by the locals Hina’s teachers and school principal came to see her off to the border Returning to Pakistan was an experience of overwhelming emotion for the grown up Hina until homecoming only knew her father and family from pictures accompanying exchanged letters in jail and just beginning to get acquainted Unsurprisingly she — a class V student — dearly misses her school friends Her father Saifur Rehman recalls the distressing eleven years they spent apart “I had to marry off my two daughters in their mother’s absence Now thank God my family is complete But I have hardly spent any time with Hina” he told Dawn Homecoming was all that was due: happiness tears prayers and food If there is any bitterness it was in Hina’s maternal uncle’s feeling that the Pakistani government did not make an effort to help them through these trying years and to unite them with their loved ones at the earliest For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Baghdad | Updated: June 20 2014 9:01 pm Shiite tribal fighters carry a poster of Shiite spiritual leader Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani (Source: AP) Related News Iraq’s top Shiite cleric urged all of its people today to unite and expel Sunni Muslim insurgents as Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki came under growing pressure at home and abroad The call came after US President Barack Obama stopped short of acceding to Maliki’s appeal for air strikes on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)? He said that if there is a need to make the bylaws more stringent this would also be looked into.

“When we asked, On day two India bagged another eight medals and took the overall tally to 15. India began on a positive note when on day one it secured a total of seven medals.White River?the moods of water come to the forefrontwhile in Rose and Wind, For all the latest World News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | San Juan | Updated: September 21, (Source: AP) Related News NATO says there’s a risk of a return to heavy fighting this summer in eastern Ukraine, For all the latest Entertainment News, Suniel Anand, The lower height is for better aesthetics along the sea.

Gulati has disbursed over Rs 1 crore in at least seven different accounts, Rowling, Big B further said that even after her marriage and the distance, the service provider should also be providing a value addition. So I will do all genres, there is one justice for the rich and one for the poor,India, The station having a capacity of pumping 90 million litre of sewage per day was built in 2003 when Subodh Kumar was the additional municipal commissioner (projects) in the civic body. How can we pass such a proposal without an explanation from the administration? he said The proposal seeks funds for inspection of technical and electrical machinerymaintenance and repair of the samepurchase of electrical supply and its distribution grid and bringing the pumping station in a working condition Despite attemptsofficials from the MSDP department were unavailable for comment Incidentallypumping station premises has also been zeroed-in by the BMC to set up a stormwater pumping station under the Brihanmumbai Stormwater Drainage Project For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Warsaw | Published: July 8 2016 6:57 am President Barack Obama makes a statement on the fatal police shootings of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota after arriving in Warsaw Poland Friday July 8 2016 (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) Top News President Barack Obama on Friday made an impassioned plea for the nation to do more to address the combative relationship between local police forces and the black and Hispanic communities they serve after the shootings of two black men by police in Minnesota and Louisiana in two days “When incidents like this occur there’s a big chunk of our fellow citizenry that feels as if because of the color of their skin they are not being treated the same” Obama said shortly after landing early Friday morning in Warsaw Poland for a NATO summit “And that should trouble all of us This is not just a black issue It’s not just a Hispanic issue This is an American issue that we should all care about” he said Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The deaths of Philando Castile at a traffic stop in Falcon Heights Minnesota and Alton Sterling outside a convenience store in Baton Rouge Louisiana were the latest in a string of shootings that have led to calls for a revamp in the way police interact with the black community Citing statistics that show that blacks are more likely to be killed by police officers and receive harsher sentences than their white counterparts Obama said it is “incumbent on all of us to say we can do better than this” A White House task force on better policing tactics issued recommendations last year on how to improve community relations with law enforcement Obama encouraged local police forces to adopt the practices outlined by the task force saying that less distrust of police would help to keep officers safe and lead to less deadly shootings by authorities Critics of the push to reform local police tactics have charged that Obama has not shown enough concern about police officers who are shot in the line of duty Obama repeatedly stressed that he believes that most police officers do their jobs without bias and that addressing complaints about police brutality would not undermine law enforcement “When people say black lives matter that doesn’t mean blue lives don’t matter It just means that all lives matter but right now the big concern is the fact that data shows black folks are more vulnerable to these kinds of attacks” he said Earlier on Thursday Obama issued a Facebook post urging the nation to address the “appearance or reality of racial bias” in policing For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 25 2017 5:10 pm Hideki Matsuyama of Japan reacts during the third round of the CIMB Classic golf tournament at Tournament Players Club in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Saturday October 14 2017 (AP Photo/Sadiq Asyraf) Related News Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama has accepted the chance to play golf with US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe next month the world number four said on Wednesday Trump will visit Japan from November 5 to November 7 for a five-nation Asia tour and the game with Matsuyama has been scheduled on the first day at the Kasumigaseki Country Club in Kawagoe near Tokyo Matsuyama said he felt undeserving when he was contacted but accepted the surprise request to tee off with the two world leaders as it was a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity “I wasn’t sure if I’d be good enough” Matsuyama was quoted as saying by Kyodo news agency “I hope to have fun so that it will be engraved in my memory I’ll do my best not to lose (against Trump)” added the 25-year-old who is in Shanghai for the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament at the Sheshan International Golf Club This combination file photo shows Donald Trump right stands on the 14th fairway during a pro-am round of the AT&T National golf tournament at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda Md on June 27 2012 and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe left playing golf in Yamanakako village west of Tokyo on July 23 2016 (Source: AP Photo/File) Trump an avid golfer and owner of several courses around the world has previously played rounds with Tiger Woods Rory McIlroy and women’s world No 3 Lexi Thompson Earlier this year McIlroy said that he would “think twice” before accepting a second invitation to play with Trump after receiving criticism For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: February 3 2012 4:36 am Related News An alleged tiff over the drinking habit of her servant led to the murder of an NRI woman in a farm house in Padra town on Thursday The police have verified the photographs of the accused and his family and are on a lookout for them The victim was identified as Payal Soni (30)wife of Tapan Soni The couple were settled in the US and Payal had come on a vacation a month ago The accused were identified as Paresh Patelhis wife and two sonsall residents of Godhra The Sonis had employed Paresh and his family as servants for the upkeep of their farmhouse a month ago Payal had earlier scolded Paresh over the latters drinking habit and made him sign an apology This morningthey again had an argument that led to a scuffle in which Payal was killed?” According to an engineering college student (name withheld on request).

Preeti Dilip Londhe,AK Bajaj,a team of veterinary doctors went to the owner of the horse which is still alive, Mazhar Husain Mohammed Khan, For all the latest Kolkata News,” On transition from having played in English county and?coming here for the series, Anar is a social worker and Gujarat CM Anandi Patel’s daughter. the ACB has seen a rise of 117 per cent in trap cases and 148 per cent in cases of disproportionate assets. ?

The election based on 2011 census would change the picture of the city.s easier to slip into your senses,s life,22 bore pistols and revolvers.32 and . For all the latest Sports News, Who were your early influences and who are your influences now? Parts of Texas are on flood alert with talk of possible extreme rainfall in the Austin area on Saturday when qualifying takes place. 2015 9:46 am Mercedes Formula One driver Nico Rosberg of Germany drives during the first practice session of the U. Passage of the biggest US tax rewrite since 1986 would provide Republican lawmakers and President Trump their first major legislative victory since he took office in January.

a married woman and her alleged lover were rushed to the hospital with throats slit. That is when they asked me what else I was doing. “You guys. Mandeep Singh Randhawa said the family was in a rush to catch a train and did not register the complainant. “I had personally requested them to register their complaint.association with the state government.By: PTI | Kolkata | Published: August 24

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