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For all the latest India News, the session will conclude on January 5. stealing and using drugs,9 and 12 respectively. Plenty of space for the young couple and their cat. For more information visithttp://wwwharpoonhousenet/ Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 14 2015 4:50 pm Ex-servicemen at Jantar Mantar on Sunday(express Photo by: Ravi Kanojia) Related News Having failed to get their demand for ‘One Rank One Pension’ implemented despite 30 days of agitation the ex-servicemen community on Tuesday announced that they will “regretfully heighten” their agitation and hold a major rally in poll-bound Bihar next month The United Front of Ex-Servicemen (UFESM) has given the government a seven-day notice before they intensify the ongoing agitation “Our agitation will be spread to 640 districts of the country It would be peaceful since we are protectors of the country and there would not be any nuisance for the public” Lt Gen Balbir Singh (Retd) told reporters here and stressed that the ongoing agiation is also a danger to the morale of serving soldiers Share This Article Related Article A statement release by the group which claims support of 40 organisations said that several missives requests and appeals some even signed in blood to the Presdient who is the Supreme Commander of Armed Forces over the last seven years remain unanswered and unacknowledged to this day “Since the returning of gallantry medals earned by these veterans was not enough to convince the government to take action they now plan on celebrating Kargil Vijay Diwas in their own way” it added To convey the message of a “broken promise” to the electorate of states going to the polls UFESM plans to hold a Maha Sangram Rally in Patna in August the statement said UFESM and all its constituents will boycott all government organised functions This will be the next step towards assuaging the hurt of26 lakh ex-servicemen and over six lakh widows who are the affected community of this “prevarication” the government Protest marches in conformity with the agitation will commence in one city per zone with one city being added every second day the group said It shall be orchestrated against government apathy assuring no disruptions to the general public Close to 26 lakh ex-servicemen and over six lakh war widows stand to be immediate beneficiaries of the scheme which envisages a uniform pension for the defence personnel who retire in the same rank with the same length of service irrespective of their date of retirement Currently the pension for retired personnel is based on the Pay Commission recommendations of the time when he or she retired So a Major General who retired in 1996 draws a lower pension than a Lieutenant Colonel who retired after 1996 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 9 2016 10:15 am Massive crowd at the Indian Navy recruitment drive on Friday Mumbai (Source: Twitter/@ANI_news) Top News The Indian Navy recruitment drive in Mumbai Friday met with an overwhelming response which soon led to a stampede Around 50000 aspirants showed up for the recruitment drive at INS Hamla 4 SSR four of whom have been injured in the chaos “There was a recruitment rally at INS Hamla Malad this morning for senior secondary recruits We were expecting a good response from volunteers” an official told PTI adding that “The response was overwhelming and crowd control created a bit of confusion in the early hours today which was subsequently handled very efficiently by the local police and Navy officials” he said Navy said that the situation is under control now and the drive is going on smoothly – With inputs from PTI and ENS Mumbai For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: September 30 2016 12:05 am Top News The suicide notes recovered from the residence of BK Bansal a former director general with the ministry of corporate affairs who was being investigated for charges of corruption and who took his life as did his son in Delhi on Wednesday not long after his wife and daughter had killed themselves raise serious questions about the CBI The notes accuse the CBI officials who were tasked with the investigation of torturing Bansal and his family members and speak of the harassment that allegedly forced them to take the extreme step The father and son in their suicide notes have named five CBI officers including a DIG The charges against the CBI officials named in the suicide notes must be probed But the investigation must be conducted by an independent body The internal probe announced by the CBI is insufficient since the agency itself has come under a cloud Clearly the accused cannot probe the accused In this case the CBI officers have been accused of driving the Bansals to commit suicide but Delhi Police has said they are not even registering a case This is a violation of due process In the past the CBI has been accused of acting at the behest of those in office — the Supreme Court has famously described it as a “caged parrot” But at the same time the CBI also continues to enjoy a trust and credibility which is illustrated by calls across the country to hand over a case to the CBI if it is seen to be vulnerable to the tug and pull of partisan political interests This reputation of the country’s premier investigation agency is under a cloud The picture of the CBI that emerges from the Bansal suicide notes is of an organisation that relies on crude tools of threat intimidation and violence to force confessions out of people The Bansal case involved a white collar crime where a paper trail would presumably exist It called for diligent investigators capable of penetrating the web of financial transactions and investments Instead the country’s premier investigation agency seems to have unleashed a bunch of bullies no more competent than the worst among the constabulary The CBI must act to stop the rot and quickly For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News In addition to one bedroom and one bathroom, Count the number of flowers on a tree and you’ll get an idea of the scale of the bacchanalia! environmentalist and birdwatcher.Borivali and Jogeshwari. mirror.

they must have seen tweets about the disruption. these "direct collapse" black holes would be hard to spot and harder to confirm with current technology. Gen Singh said India shared with Pak army details of the surgical strikes which followed “very specific information” that terrorists were positioning themselves in the launch pads along the LoC.As part of government’s efforts to take all political parties on board Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday informed Chief Ministers of West Bengal Odisha Punjab and Bihar and several opposition political leaders about the Army’s surgical strike across the Line of Control For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: January 13 2014 4:10 pm Related News Ranjit Lal Owls have never been very popular: We say they’re birds of ill omen but really that’s because we’re scared of them They emerge at dusk and hunt by night they have huge all-seeing front-facing eyes and an uncanny disconcerting ability to swivel their heads around 180 degrees They fly soundlessly and will dig their claws into your back if you are a rat When they call out to each other some sound like the foghorn hooters of ghostly ships others screech and shriek like a convention of hysterical witches scratching each others’ eyes out at a supermarket rat sale In many parts of the world (ours included) they’re hunted for their body parts which are used for black magic rituals or in traditional “medicine” And these days the spotted owlets in the Nicholson cemetery in Civil Lines Delhi which my bedroom overlooks are chittering and squabbling querulously even at three in the morning It is their breeding season and the stress of love and courtship and fighting rivals makes them (as it does us) tetchy Actually they’re sweet dumpy looking birds with icing sugar spots on their round brown heads big golden eyes and an endearing way of bobbing their heads as they try and get a measure of you Sometimes you can see them during the day One monsoon morning many years ago a spotted owlet (pictured right) camped in a small tree right in front of my balcony for the entire day unperturbed by the agitation it caused amongst other birds It wasn’t injured; it just stayed meditating calmly on the tree till dusk and allowed me to go virtually right up to it without flicking a feather At dusk it flew off The other fairly common “resident” owl in Delhi is the mushroom coloured barn owl with its heart-shaped face and a terrifying repertoire of shrieks and screeches One never-to-be-forgotten winter morning in Qudsia gardens near Kashmere Gate I watched a pair smooch passionately as a frosty sun came up: with a face shaped thus what else could you expect Three woolly babies perched one on top of the other grumpily waited for their parents to finish canoodling as the babblers and mynas began heckling Owls are known to fly silently Just how silently I realised at a Raptor Rehabilitation Centre in California years ago Three or four barn owls were recuperating in a huge cage and would regularly fly up and down the length of this Watching from three feet away I couldn’t hear the faintest whisper of a wing-beat It was uncanny; like watching a silent film With their acute hearing and eyesight and this phantom flight their prey — rats and other rodents mainly — have a hope in hell to escape With their fierce glowering expression you would imagine owls would be very straitlaced and proper puritanical even in their family life No hanky-panky or mucking around with multifarious boyfriends and girlfriends here But I discovered that the burrowing owl (a charming North American species I encountered in California) had a delightfully bohemian lifestyle These guys believed in free love They lived in underground burrows close together and it was par for the course that the hunk in one burrow made eyes at the babe next door and the babe in another burrow fluttered her eyelashes at the beefcake across the road The babies thus were very often of mixed parentage a good proportion of siblings were really half-siblings with mama living here and papa there and vice versa And the babies were completely bindass about wandering in and out of each others’ homes Well this was California after all so it would have been disappointing to expect anything else We owe owls big time: barn owls specialise in rat extermination and rats as we know devour up to 20 per cent of our foodgrain stocks (apart from harbouring and distributing largesse such as bubonic plague and other delights) While we may not like the mad earl of Gormenghast go to the extent of offering ourselves as sacrifice to the birds we need to respect them more But then maybe we don’t like them — and fear them — because in our heart of hearts we know who the rats of the world really are Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and bird watcher In this column he will reflect on the eccentricities and absurdities of nature For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Navjeevan Gopal KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR Man Aman Singh Chhina | Pathankot | Bamial | Chandigarh | Updated: March 30 2016 9:59 am The Pakistani Joint Investigation Team in Pathankot Tuesday Rana Simranjit Singh Related News The five-member Joint Investigation Team (JIT) from Pakistan visited “the area” of the January 2 attack inside the Pathankot airbase on Tuesday and retraced the route suspected to have been taken by the terrorists after crossing the border somewhere near Bamial Also read | Pakistan has made serious effort in Pathankot terror probe: Amit Shah After reaching Amritsar at around 915 am in a plane chartered by BSF the team spent about an hour inside the airbase and was taken to the site of the attack not far from the main entry gate Sources said the JIT was taken to “all places related to the attack” including the airmen’s billet that was later blown up and locations outside the airbase before leaving for Delhi at 545 pm WATCH: Pakistan JIT At Pathankot Surveying Areas Accessed By Terrorists With the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party staging protests against the visit the Pakistani team was taken inside through a rectangular passage made by demolishing part of the boundary wall next to the point where terrorists entered Share This Article Related Article Defence ministry sources said the IAF was kept in loop about the security arrangements and that the JIT was given access only to “secured” areas after the “operational assets” were cordoned off The airbase one of the closest to the border houses the IAF’s Mig-21s besides its chopper fleet Also read | Tall screens set up to limit access of Pak JIT team “The IAF did not have an active role in ensuring the security of the airbase However the areas that house the strategic assets were visually blocked from the view of the team” a defence ministry official said Also read |In arrest of ‘spy’ Pakistan senses optics victory on terrorism Official sources said that the JIT examined the terrorists’ intrusion point for about 10 minutes before being taken inside At around 12:30 pm they were taken to the airbase entry point on a bus along the passage adjacent to boundary wall they added The JIT was then taken to Akalgarh village where the SUV of Punjab Police SP Salwinder Singh was found abandoned and his jeweller friend Rajesh Verma attacked After a halt of barely two minutes it was taken to Gulpur Simbly where Singh and his cook Madan Gopal were allegedly dumped by the terrorists Also read | Pathankot attack: Pakistan probe team denied permission to go near air base SP Singh Gopal and Verma had claimed that they were returning from the Taloor shrine on the intervening night of December 31 2015 and January 1 2016 when they were intercepted by the terrorists who attacked them and took their vehicle Also read | Pak team in town but for under-scanner priest at peer tomb it’s business as usual The Pakistani team was also taken to Kathlore bridge where taxi driver Ikagar Singh was murdered and Kathana where the terrorists allegedly carjacked SP Singh’s SUV said sources From there the convoy moved to the Bamial overbridge over the Ujh river to view the area from where terrorists are suspected to have crossed the border The team however did not go down to the field where the footprints of the terrorists were reportedly spotted by a farmer barely 300 metres from the bridge said sources It also did not visit the Pathankot civil hospital to see the bodies of the four terrorists lying there for over two months Sources said the JIT posed a number of questions regarding the methods used by the terrorists “The military members of the JIT wanted to know the manner in which the four terrorists moved about They specifically asked if these intruders moved about in buddy pairs or were they following the 1+3 method of movement” an official told The Indian Express The buddy pair movement defines the pairing of two persons with one of them giving covering fire and the other moving ahead The “1+3” movement denotes a leader taking charge of the group and leading the rest Sources say the pattern of questions asked by the JIT to National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials suggested that they were trying to ascertain the degree to which the terrorists had received their training and whether there was any involvement of a professional military person The JIT is also learnt to have sought details of how Indian forces came to know about the intrusion along the border including the movements of SP Singh The team was also briefed about the arms and ammunition seized from the terrorists and the Pakistani markings found on the medicines and other equipment used by them Led by Muhammad Tahir Rai Additional Inspector General of Police (Punjab Province) the Pakistani team comprised Mohammed Azim Arshad Deputy Director-General Pakistan’s Intelligence Bureau military intelligence officer Lieutenant-Colonel Irfan Mirza and Lieutenant-Colonel Tanvir Ahmad of the Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News I have taken four to six hours to drill a metre. they rushed out of the tunnel. 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