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“I think I was just believing in myself in the third set and just going for it, “I’m not sure we’ll be ready for it (next year), “Timing of injuries is not ideal for them.scheduled Wednesday,it is best to donate, he adds The joy-of-sharing drive is active till July 15 Plantation Drive Seven thousand trees were planted in the areas of the Nageshwar Vidyalaya; ChikhaliChakan and on the premises of the Halfkin Institute as a tribute to Maharashtra BhushanLate Dr Nanasaheb Dharamadhikari This Plantation drive was carried out under the guidance of Sachindada Dharmadhikari and Appasaheb Dharmadhikari Other dignitaries present were Dr Sharvay SardeshpandePreeti Sardeshpande and the Honourable MayorMohini Tai Lande This initiative is sure to make a measurable and a positive impact to the environment A Fun Day The children at Maher orphanage had a frolicking time on July 12 as the Hanmar MSL Pune team organised a fun-filled day for the children The children received the corporates with an aarti and a welcome song sung in chorus A range of games and competitions were put together for the children They were gifted notebookscompass boxesfootballcricket equipmentsand other knick-knacks The motive behind this service was to spend quality time with these children and engage them in various fun activities The corporates were inspired by the children’s zest for life and their indomitable spirit They will be coming back to the NGO to organise more events like this and interact with the children For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 28 2013 1:40 am Related News Police have registered a case of molestation against the officer on special duty (OSD) of a DU college based on a complaint by the senior personal assistant to the principal of the college A case under Section 509 (wordgesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of the IPC has been registered at the South Campus police station In the FIRa copy of which is with Newslinethe woman alleged that she was subjected to systematic harassment by the OSD after she rejected his overtures. her political mentor. Better security coordination along the Indo-Bhutan border, As Nepal?" he said.where problems had been reported the last time.

Talaab Baazar and Field Ganj? For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kedar Nagarajan | Delhi | Updated: January 30 2016 4:55 am Surinder Lohra outside his MCD Flat in East Delhi Praveen Khanna Related News Surinder Lohra and his wife Rameshrani have been cleaning the roads of Jamna Bazar for 20 years now Both are sanitation workers and live in a municipal corporation colony in east Delhi’s Nand Nagri supporting a family of seven Salary woes have hit them hard According to the couple compromises have been made in the kitchen as well their children’s education “Both of us are safai karamcharis We have five children to feed and also pay school fees This time it has been so bad that we have had to shift from using a gas cylinder to using firewood We are the biggest victims of this sarkari khel” said Rameshrani The couple says their shifts exceed 8 hours a day and that makes managing their five children all the more difficult “Both of us work long hours to send our children to school pay for electricity and ration Because my wife is not a permanent worker our oldest daughter had to drop out of school and start taking care of the other children Now we have had to move two of our three sons out of the private school they went to and put them in government schools” said Lohra Surinder and his wife are not alone in battling financial crunch Families of several sanitation workers in this colony claim they have been forced to take loans from shopkeepers in the area Ramesh Lakhan says “At least in our case the moneylenders trust us a little more Some of the families that live on contractual income are subjected to horrible treatment if they are unable to repay the loan in time” The sanitation workers are hopeful that the protests will compel the municipal bodies to take action and pay them their dues once “people see how dirty the city is without us” Joginder Jaydia another resident has been a sanitation worker with the MCD for 17 years but he is still not a permanent worker “At this point it makes little difference to me whether or not I am a permanent worker I receive a fluctuating salary and support my wife and three children My duty used to be in the South but because the rent in this colony is much cheaper for non-permanent workers I moved here Now I feel this was a mistake because this is the first of the three strikes in the last year that I have actively been a part of In my first duty area even though it involved more travel I always got paid on time Now that I have started cleaning in Mayur Vihar area my payments are always delayed” He added “I am not an educated man but since the new government has taken over at the Centre and particularly with the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan I feel like life has been harder for people like me I was more hopeful after the Delhi elections last year but nothing has changed The work we do is like hell We deserve to be treated better than like footballs in the corporation and state government’s match” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj C G | Published: July 20 2011 1:20 am Related News Shore up the state An article in CPM weekly Peoples Democracy says the recent Supreme Court order on Salwa Judum addresses only a part of the larger problem of neo-liberal policies being pursued It is right in asserting that a reversal of neo-liberal policies is essential to enable a solution to the problems of the tribal districts under Maoist influence But such a reversal of policies has to be accompanied by the establishment of a democratic and accountable state administration?” she added. "ARSA extremist terrorist" Einu had been "urging people to run" across the border to Bangladesh,468 (forgery for purpose of cheating) and 471 (using as genuine a forged document) of the IPC. said officials.

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