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sources said today. following which a delegation of residents of Matheran demanded resumption of the toy train. This time the Left has won. we have spoken to Laluji separately, and if he does, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News For all the latest Lucknow News, “That’s hard to answer. the 33-year-old actor revealed that there is no formal obligation for his co-stars to keep the plot details under wraps. The members also demanded that a judicial probe be ordered in the controversial MMS allegedly featuring veteran Congress leader Shamsher Singh Surjewala in an objectionable condition.

is not only a former minister and a senior Congressman but also the president of the Congress All India Kisan Cell, she added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: June 12 2017 5:05 am NGMA director general Adwaita Gadanayak (second from left) at the meeting in Rajkot on Sunday Express Top News WITH AN aim to beautify the city Rajkot Municipal Corporation held a meeting with the director general of the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) along with the principals of local architecture colleges architects and builders on Sunday To add aesthetic value to public places by installing artworks Rajkot municipal commissioner Banchhanidhi Pani had recently met NGMA director general Adwaita Gadanayak and sought his help Gadanayak a known sculptor flew to Rajkot on Sunday morning and surveyed various traffic circles on BRTS Corridor Kalavad Road University Road Race Course Ring Road and other areas He also went to Khodaldham a temple of goddess Khodiyar built by Leuva Patel community around 60 km from Rajkot and inspected stock of sandstones laying there In the afternoon Gadanayak held a meeting with RMC officers architects principals of architecture colleges and builders The NGMA director sought to know the history of the city and material available for creating artworks “If we all can come together the project can be success” Gadanayak said Paresh Gajera president of Shree Khodaldham Trust (SKT) the religious organisation which has built the Khodaldham temple; Devang Parekh principal of Indubhai Parekh School of Architecture; and representatives of architecture department of the Marwadi University were also present at the meeting Gejara said SKT was ready to provide around 1200 cubic feet of sandstone free of cost “We also offer to order some blocks from our suppliers in Bhilwara Rajasthan” Gajera also the president of Rajkot Builders’ Association added RMC city engineer Chirag Pandya said the civic body had stock of cobblestone some concrete blocks and scrapped vehicles and that they could be used for creating artworks Municipal commissioner Pani proposed to form teams of architecture students and set up a workshop at Race Course The student teams led by their professors and architects could create artworks which could later be installed at public places “The architecture colleges could take up the work as practicals or projects for their students We also request the NGMA director general to send some architects We would also like engineering colleges to join in The RMC will duly acknowledge all those who contribute in the artworks” said Pani Gadanayak and colleges agreed to the proposal While the builders association offered to bring in finances required At the end of the meeting all parties agreed to meet again on June 19 where students will also be invited “We proposed to allot installation sites to student team at that meeting Details of these locations will be finalised before the meeting and circulated among colleges” added Pani The municipal commissioner said that these artworks can be on the themes of Mahatma Gandhi’s early life in Rajkot the city’s identity as the hub of micro small and medium scale industries its renowned oil engine industry Aji dam and water conservation climate change and festivals For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 17 2013 4:55 pm Related News Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh maintained today that party President Sonia Gandhi has not interfered in the functioning of the government even once and that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was the “power centre in governance” Singh made this remark while seeking to clarify the “perception” of two power centres which came into focus after his recent comments that this model had not worked very well “There has to be one power centre and here the power centre is Dr Manmohan Singh in governance and for political matters it is of course Mrs Sonia Gandhi” the AICC General Secretary said “Both are working separately in their own domainDr Manmohan Singh takes all decisions in Government of Indiaand Mrs Sonia Gandhi takes all decisions in organisation” he added Seeking to explain the context of his earlier remarks that triggered a controversySingh said that because of the media hype and opposition allegations there is a general perception among bureaucracy and all forms of government that there are dual power centres “This is a perception created by media that there are dual power centresperception created by the Oppositionfrankly the Congress President has never interfered in the functioning of the government not once” he said Singh said the Congress President has suggested policies like RTI Act and NREGA programme which is as per the party’s election manifesto and Common Minimum Programme (CMP) “Butshe has never interfered in the functioning of the governmentso this perception is wrong” he added Singh had earlier said”PersonallyI feel that this model(of having two power centres) hasn’t worked very well BecauseI personally feel that there should not be two power centres and I think whoever is the Prime Minister must have the authority to function although Sonia Gandhi has really never interfered in the functioning of the government” Prime Minister Singhwhen asked about the issue of two power centres coming into focus after Digvijay Singh raked it uphad curtly replied”It is a useless debate It is a creation of the media” Congress spokesman Janardan Dwivedi while rejecting Singh’s assessment had said”The relationship which exists between Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today is unique and something which has never been seen before This could be an ideal arrangement for the future” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arun Janardhanan | Published: January 4 2015 12:33 am Gadadhar Prasad (above) put his daughters in the care of the ashram between 1983 and 1998 (Source: Express Photo) Related News In the general ward of the government hospital in Puducherry two sisters Nivedita 42 and Jayashree Prasad 55 are quietly recuperating after they were brought here on December 19 Their other sister Hemlata 39 is in the ICU and their father Gadadhar Prasad 86 in the cardiac ward The four along with two other sisters Arunashari 53 and Rajyashree 49 and their mother Shanti Devi had walked into the waters of Chinna Kalapet beach in Puducherry on the night of December 18 While Arunashri Rajyashree and Shanti Devi were washed away the others were rescued by fishermen who took them to the hospital Hemlata was allegedly then raped by two crab catchers loitering near the sea For two days after their suicide bid protesters took to the streets demanding a fair probe into the Prasads’ ordeal The matter however would have died a quiet death were it not for the mighty institution they took on: the Sri Aurobindo Ashram that runs educational institutions and owns properties worth several thousand crores that occupy almost half of Puducherry Gadadhar Prasad a native of Bihar who worked in the HR department of Bokaro Steel Plant was a devotee of Sri Aurobindo Between 1983 and 1998 he donated a “sizable” sum of money to the ashram and put his five daughters into its care The family refuses to talk about their past in Bihar While the sisters came to live in Ambabhikshu House the ashram’s housing complex Prasad and his wife moved into a one-room home in Puducherry after his retirement in 1992 Surviving on pension he did voluntary work for the ashram The sisters claim to have given up higher education to work for the ashram: Jayashree had done a BEd from Delhi Arunsashri gave up a scholarship in engineering and Rajyashree did not enrol in the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) Puducherry where relatives say she had secured a seat The younger Nivedita and Hemalata did their school and college education at the Ashram International Centre of Education The sisters were assigned duties at the ashram — Jayashree was deployed at the dining room and kitchen Arunashri worked as an artist with a commercial art enterprise of the ashram Rajyashree served at an alternative health centre Nivedita did administrative work at the trustees’ office and Hemlata taught at the ashram’s school for crafts It was their home till December 17 when the police evicted the sisters from the ashram on the order of the Supreme Court “They left all their belongings at the ashram before they headed to the Bay of Bengal along with their parents” says an ashram inmate adding that one of the sisters told him “their suicide was not a protest but a sacrifice to live by Aurobindo’s principles” Before leaving they wrote a letter to the ashram trustees: “The Supreme Court has passed an order without giving us any opportunity to present our case This order has been passed in an interim petition while the trial for the original suit was already underway for the past four years and you all are illegally trying to evict us using the Supreme Court” They added they were ending their lives to end the harassment According to them their travails began on January 9 2001 when Jayashree was allegedly manhandled in the dining room by a visitor She had earlier questioned financial irregularities in the accounts of the ashram canteen and alleged that “sexual favours” had been sought by senior inmates She had lodged a complaint with the ashram management but no action was taken for two months The sisters then warned that they would file a police complaint if their grievances were not addressed despite ashram rules barring inmates from contacting external agencies for “internal matters” without trustees’ permission The next day the ashram slapped a notice on Hemlata ordering her expulsion The sisters filed a case in the local court in March 2001 challenging the ashram’s decision This say many ashram inmates was the beginning of their undoing and the start of a 14-year-long legal battle they eventually lost “It all began with Hemlata breaking the rules” says an inmate Another says she was “probably the first to go to the courts to seek government intervention in an internal matter” “People with anti-ashram agendas encouraged her to do this I pity them They became pawns in a larger game” he says In the court the ashram said Hemlata was expelled “after she was found to be pregnant” which amounted to “misconduct” as devotees must observe celibacy The trustees meanwhile approached the Madras High Court which appointed an inquiry commission headed by retired district judge N P K Menon Its final report submitted in October 2002 termed the allegation against Hemlata “quite serious” and recommended her expulsion Hemlata challenged the report in a local court and the trial is pending In 2004 another sister was allegedly molested in the ashram When the ashram did not heed their allegation they filed a police complaint leading to the arrest of an inmate The trustees then launched an internal probe by a retired deputy secretary to the government A V Nagarajan who submitted a report favourable to the ashram The sisters challenged it in the court which ruled in their favour and said the sisters should be allowed to live peacefully in the ashram till the disposal of the suit The ashram then moved the Madras High Court In their blog prasadsistersblogspotcom the sisters claimed that their advocate was “repeatedly humiliated by judge K Venkataraman (of the high court)” so he quit midway and they were left without a lawyer The HC too later ordered their eviction The sisters moved the Supreme Court in 2012 which transferred the case to a new bench in April 2014 The bench allege the sisters did not hear them before ordering their eviction and so they refused to leave the premises The ashram thus filed a contempt petition which was heard on December 2 The sisters challenged Justice S J Mukhopadhaya over his alleged conflict of interest as he had visited the ashram so he recused himself from the case Back home in Puducherry the sisters received summons on December 8 for a hearing the next day They alerted court officials that it would be impossible for them to reach Delhi overnight and that they didn’t have an advocate to represent them An order was however passed on December 9 directing the police to evict them The ashram says it has nothing to say after the SC order Says secretary Matri Prasad “All allegations raised by sisters have been ruled out by the courts” On the SC judge visiting the ashram he adds “So what He is a devotee He himself said it in the SC open court that he visited four times” Puducherry government sources say the Prasads may be shifted to the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences in Bangalore Puducherry Senior Superindent of Police V J Chandran says “Once they are discharged the government will arrange counsellors to help them return to a normal life” Mythri Prasad a member of a fact-finding team on the alleged harassment of the Prasads believes “the rebellious sisters are being portrayed as mad” “Their big mistake was that while accepting a spiritual calling they also claimed a bit of democratic space inside the ashram But an ashram demands surrender The management unleashed its vendetta against and the realities outside played against the sisters too” Veena Gurubatham a human rights activist points out that the sisters used to be “extremely articulate and talented” “Nivedita is a good singer who still teaches music and dance Hemalata an extremely good writer is also among the best in hand stitching and embroidery works which she has been teaching at the ashram school Arunashri was also an artist with one of the commercial art enterprises of the ashram They only fought for their dignity with a spiritual conviction It was the SC order that 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