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I appeal to schools across India to observe 2 mins of silence tomorrow as a mark of solidarity.” Modi tweeted last night after he spoke to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif offering his “deepest condolences” on the attack Modi also said that India stands firmly with Pakistan in the fight against terrorists School Children pray for the victims of a Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar at a school in Varanasi on Wednesday (Source: PTI Photo) Some students also penned poems condemning the Peshawar carnage “We had a special morning assembly during which we observed two minutes silence paying homage to victims of terrorism Some of our students had penned poems decrying the grusome incident We held a poetry reading session too” said Ameeta Mulla Wattal Principal of Springdales School in Delhi Students of Sadhu Vaswani School in Shanti Niketan formed a human chain condemning the ghastly attack Some students also held placards–“Save the world from terrorism we are one” “Ideas are bulletproof” and “bullets won’t deter us from learning” “Let humanity prevail over barbarism” A special prayer meeting after observance of 2 minute silence was held at the Air Force School in Delhi Cantonment “We also held a mock security drill to check emergency response situation” said Deepika T Singh Principal of the school Students at Tagore International school organsied a signature campaign to show solidarity with Pakistan School Children pray in Mumbai on Wednesday during a candle light vigil for the victims of Taliban attack on a army school in Peshawar (Source: PTI Photo) In Srinagar funeral prayers were held in absentia in memory of the victims at the Jamia Masjid in Nowhatta area The prayers were organised by chairman of moderate faction of Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Umar Farooq Hundreds of people joined the special prayers which were followed by a peaceful protest led by the Mirwaiz The protestors held black banners with messages of solidarity with the bereaved families who lost their dear ones Addressing the protestors the Mirwaiz said the barbaric killing of innocent children was against the teachings of Islam “There is no place for terrorism in Islam This act of cowardice has nothing to do with either Islam or Jihad The people involved in this act are bringing disrepute to religion of Islam” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 17 2016 6:50 pm Veteran scriptwriter Salim Khan Top News Veteran scriptwriter Salim Khan on Monday criticised the practice of Triple Talaq by Muslim men saying it is against Quranic principle The writer took to twitter to express his view on the raging debate over abolition of Triple Talaq as demanded by many Muslim women “Triple Taalaaq arbitrarily in one sitting is against the Quranic principle UCC is facing resistance from some clerics and might have beenmisunderstood by some muslims but it does not interfere with Islam at all” tweeted Khan Triple Taalaaq arbitrarily in one sitting is against the Quranic principle UCC is facing resistance from some clerics and might have been — Salim Khan (@luvsalimkhan) October 17 2016 personal or islamic law Yet they live in peaceThe larger Q is Are muslims following islam at all If you cant lead them dont mislead them — Salim Khan (@luvsalimkhan) October 17 2016 “33 % muslims live as minorities in countries where there is no personal or islamic law Yet they live in peace The larger Q is Are muslims following islam at all If you cant lead them dont mislead them” added the writer misunderstood by some muslims but it does not interfere with Islam at all 33 % muslims live as minorities in countries where there is no — Salim Khan (@luvsalimkhan) October 17 2016 The controversy arose after the Law Commission recently sought feedback from the public on whether the practice of triple talaq should be abolished and whether a uniform civil code be made optional A passionate debate has emerged over the government’s stand to oppose the practice of “triple talaq” with some leading women politicians seeking its abolition even as Muslim bodies accused the ruling dispensation of waging a “war” on their personal law Though most of the women leaders avoided direct comments on the Centres affidavit or sought to dissect it they were strongly critical of the prevalent practice of dissolving marriage through triple talaq For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 20 2016 12:15 am Finance Minister Amit Mitra with the Chinese delegation in Kolkata on Monday PTI photo Top News A CHINESE delegation representing 13 companies from the country on Monday began its two-day visit to the state to explore investment opportunities State Finance Minister Amit Mitra met the delegation of 21 officials from 13 companies in China — which reportedly have an overall turnover of $10 billion “These companies are from the sectors of coal machinery equipment metallurgical equipment mining equipment electrical equipment and production chemical production medical equipment biomedical equipment hydro-power equipment and real estate building materials” Mitra said He added: “They have come to Bengal to see investment opportunities here and what we have to offer During the two-day trip they will meet officials of various business houses and also visit the Panagarh Business Park at Burdwan” The delegation will also hold meetings with companies such as Tata Steel Paharpur Cooling Towers Himadri Chemicals Vikram Solar and Hyland Group In November another Chinese delegation of Fortune 500 companies will visit the state he said adding that they were expecting that China would have a reasonable presence in next year’s Bengal Global Business Summit “Chinese companies are known to grab opportunities very quickly Their eyes are now on West Bengal” Mitra said The delegation led by Gao Haubing Executive Director of Global Communications Exchange Centre said Bengal was business friendly and conducive to investment Speaking on the sidelines of the meeting Gao said China was interested in solar energy hydro-power and green energy infrastructure real estate and heavy machine production sectors of Bengal Asked why they had chosen West Bengal he said: “The development that can be seen in West Bengal led to our decision The political situation of the state has improved” Mitra said he was optimistic that China would take a quick call on investing in the state “The Chinese are known for taking quick decisions and grabbing opportunities They know that in Bengal there is one lakh acres in the government’s land bank surplus of human capital as well as water and electricity supply Within our policy we will extend all kind of help” he added Anurag Choudhary CEO of Himadri Chemicals said: “We have set up four chemical plants — two in Howrah one at Singur in Hooghly and another at Falta in South-24 Parganas We will discuss what new products the delegation can add to our project” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Maneesh Chhibber | New Delhi | Published: March 12 2015 3:44 am Justice A P Shah Related News From barring independent candidates from contesting elections to making it mandatory for corporates to seek shareholders’ approval at their annual general meetings before donating funds to political parties the Law Commission of India is set to recommend sweeping electoral reforms in its 255th report which will be submitted to the government on Thursday Sources in the commission told The Indian Express that the panel has also opposed compulsory voting Last year the BJP government in Gujarat had decided to make voting in local body elections compulsory The commission headed by Justice A P Shah has proposed to make it mandatory for political parties to also disclose contributions less than Rs 20000 if such contributions exceed Rs 20 crore or 20 per cent of the party’s total contributions whichever is less For this purpose the commission has recommended amendments to the relevant election rules as well as the Income Tax Act However the commission has not favoured the demand for state funding of elections It has suggested suitable amendments in law to ensure that the poll expense of a candidate should be taken into account from the date of notification of polls to the declaration of results On independent candidates contesting polls the commission is learnt to have reasoned that it leads to a “proliferation of independents who are mostly dummy/ non-serious candidates or those who stand (with the same name) only to increase the voters’ confusion” It has sought amendments to Sections 4 and 5 of the Representation of the People Act to provide for only candidates fielded by political parties registered with the Election Commission of India to contest Lok Sabha or assembly polls The commission has also proposed amendments to Section 33(7) of the Representation of the People Act to ensure that candidates cannot contest from more than one seat in an election In another important recommendation the commission wants rules to govern “internal democracy party constitutions party organisation internal elections candidate selection voting procedures and the ECI’s power to deregister a party in certain cases of non-compliance” It has proposed amendment to the 10th Schedule of Constitution to vest the power to disqualify an MP or MLA on ground of defection in the President or the Governor as the case may be instead of the Speaker (Lok Sabha or assembly) or Chairman (Rajya Sabha or Legislative Council) The President/ Governor would however only act on the advice of the ECI Such a measure the commission feels would help preserve the integrity of the Speaker’s office The commission also wants a three-member collegium comprising the Prime Minister Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha (or leader of the largest opposition party in the Lok Sabha) and the Chief Justice of India to select the election commissioners It has sought equal constitutional protection to all members of the ECI in matters of removability The panel has proposed that “paying for news” “receiving payment for news” and “political advertisement” should be clearly defined in the Representation of the People Act and paid news should be made a penal offence On the contentious issue of regulating opinion polls the commission has said the credentials of the organisation conducting the opinion poll should be make public along with the method in which the poll was conducted It has also recommended setting up one or more “election benches” in each high court to decide on election petitions in a time-bound manner For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News he cannot be awarded a death sentence by the Indian government. I was an actor and only an actor, Asked for his focus area in the ministry, where there is any Indian doing well needs to be projected, a native of Madded in Bijapur, the report said.
Others claim we lose motor skills swapping out a pen for a keyboard. but what will be the final decision? “What else do we need to do?