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A case was registered against Rohit at Vishrambaug police station late on Monday. filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt asked her to be careful.She said “If the content is good the film will run My father has precise feedback on my films He told me you’re a mortal You’re loved now and if you don’t be careful it will be taken away” Check out Alia Bhatt’s photos at IFFI 2017 (All photos courtesy Varinder Chawla) On the work front Alia recently wrapped up her film Raazi and is now preparing for her next Brahmastra with Ranbir Kapoor which will be directed by Ayan Mukherjee For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: September 15 2016 9:34 am Madhu said she will receive her books and her school uniform Thursday Top News The 16-year-old girl from Pakistan who migrated to India in 2014 and struggled for two years to get admission in a school finally started attending a government school in south Delhi’s Bhatti Mines Wednesday On her first day Madhu said her dream of studying in a school again had “come true” “On the first day I attended a Hindi class and it felt good to be part of a school I had attended a school in Pakistan two years ago It is a dream come true as I struggled for two years to get admission in a school here” said Madhu She said she will receive her books and her school uniform Thursday She says that after passing Class IX in Pakistan she came to India and felt the need to learn English and Hindi “I started learning the languages as I wanted to study in a Delhi school I even attended private tuitions But I could not get admission and also stopped going to tuition classes leaving everything to fate” she said The 16-year-old got admission in the school after the intervention of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj The family members of Madhu said Swaraj called up Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who later directed Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to look into the issue Sisodia later assured Madhu got admission Family members said the admission process was smooth barring one glitch They said that after Sisodia’s letter to the Director of Education in Delhi they received a call from authorities in the Delhi Education Department asking if Madhu could be put in Class VIII However the family members were firm and told authorities that they couldn’t waste a year as she had already studied till Class IX in Pakistan “She has already studied till Class IX in Pakistan and wasted two years in Delhi Starting from Class VIII again would not have been good for her We managed to convince the authorities” said Madhu’s brother Lakhim For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 18 2015 12:21 pm Late Suvra Mukherjee (Photo: @RashtrapatiBhvn/Twitter) Top News President Pranab Mukherjee’s wife Suvra Mukherjee passed away at around 10 am Tuesday in Delhi She was 74 A tweet from the President’s handle broke that “It is informed with deep sorrow that First Lady Mrs Suvra Mukherjee passed away this morning at 1051 am” It is informed with deep sorrow that First Lady Mrs Suvra Mukherjee passed away this morning at 1051 am — President of India (@RashtrapatiBhvn) August 18 2015 The social media platform was stormed with tweets from several usersexpressing their condolences soon after the news of the First Lady’s death was announced Thoughts and prayers for President Pranab-da & family on this sad news http://s.tco/4GJMJCLQPb http://s.tco/pIyYxXuSqh — Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) August 18 2015 Extremely saddened to learn about the passing away of First Lady Smt Suvra Pranab Mukherjee My deepest condolences to the family — ShivrajSingh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) August 18 2015 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wroteout a series of tweets grieving the death of Surva Mukherjee Saddened to hear that Rashtrapati ji’s wife Suvra boudi is no more Cannot believe she has passed Such is life We have to accept the truth — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) August 18 2015 May God give Rashtrapati ji and his family the strength to bear the loss — Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) August 18 2015 Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje were among others who extended condolences on Twitter Saddened to hear the news of Smt Suvra Mukherjee’s demise My heartfelt condolences to Shri Pranab Mukherjee and his bereaved family — Rajnath Singh (@BJPRajnathSingh) August 18 2015 Very sad to hear the demise of Mrs Suvra Mukherjee May her soul rest in peace Heartfelt condolences to Hon’ble President n his family — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) August 18 2015 Saddened to hear of passing away of the First Lady Suvra Mukherjee May her soul rest in peace My heartfelt condolences to the family — Vasundhara Raje (@VasundharaBJP) August 18 2015 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE 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Sethi said. “They recognised the potential for deeper bilateral cooperation and synergy between the said policy and strategy, Singh said it was strange that Modi, generates about three tonnes of carbon dioxide per person.In total the average European generates approximately ten tonnes of carbon dioxide per annum In comparison someone from a country such as Ethiopia which is at the forefront of climate change has a carbon footprint of just 01 tonnes The fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector aviation produces up to 8% of the world’s total emissions and air travel continues to rise by 4-5% annually Furthermore air travel is a luxury that is out of reach for a significant proportion of the world’s population In response to Pope Francis’ invitation to us all to acknowledge our environmental responsibility the Jesuit Provincialate has taken the decision to commit to reflecting critically on its own use of air-travel As part of this process the Curia will help offset the costs of air travel by making a regular donation to the Jesuit-led Flights for Forest project Flights for Forest is a carbon offset scheme developed by the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific and involves Limerick-born Jesuit Pedro Walpole SJ The project trains and supports young adults to actively manage and protect vulnerable indigenous forests in parts of the Philippines The scheme will provide updates every six months on progress to the Irish Curia The Curia envisages that there may also be future scope for supporting Irish based projects actively involved in nature conservation When he signed the commitment document the Irish Jesuit Provincial Fr Leonard Moloney SJ thanked the Jesuits in Asia Pacific and Fr Pedro Walpole SJ for giving us this opportunity to offset our carbon footprint by supporting their very practical ‘hands on’ work of caring for God’s creation The Curia hopes that its decision will inspire and encourage other Jesuit works and communities to critically reflect on their air travel footprint and undertake similar offsetting initiatives Information on Flights for Forest can be found here And you can view apromotional video of the project here Prem Narayan Patwa who heads this weaving community of 1400 households says they have sent 180 students to IITs; 30 families from here now live in the US (Source: Express photo by Muzamil Jaleel) You can hear the clatter of looms from a distance And as you make your way through a narrow lane that cuts through concrete structures there are no noticeable signs of affluence But Patwa Toli is no ordinary Bihar neighbourhood While the din of looms is a sign of good business the children here have been weaving a dream too every year: cracking the entrance exams for top engineering colleges including IITs Prem Narayan Patwa who heads this weaving community of 1400 households says they have sent 180 students to IITs; 30 families from here now live in the US “One family has seven IITians If you count all our boys and girls in engineering colleges the number will be 800’’ he says Watch our comprehensive coverage of Bihar Elections 2015: Today the chatter at the looms and street corners is all about the elections Residents say they have traditionally supported the BJP but this time they are not quite sure “The government has never done anything for us This community has got everything through hard work But we have been BJP supporters for long We started supporting the BJP because of Ishwar Choudhary’’ says Patwa who heads Vastra Udyog Bunkar Seva Samiti an association of weavers He is referring to the well-known BJP MP from Gaya who was murdered in 1991 “There are 48 booths of Wazirgunj constituency in Patwa Toli and they used to be called ‘BJP booths’ No one from any other party would even come here” he adds Patwa says there are two major reasons for a debate this time “Our BJP legislator Virendra Singh has never come here On the other hand the Nitish Kumar government decided to move Bunkars (the weaver community) from OBC to EBC (extremely backward)’’ he says “I have been involved with the BJP for a long time I am not saying people won’t vote for the party but there are serious questions this time” Patwa says they had written to BJP president Amit Shah with a request for “a good candidate who is ready to soil his shoes walk on these narrow lanes and understand our problems” But in its first list the BJP gave the Wazirganj ticket to Virendra Singh again “The government has done nothing for us We are taken for granted because we are BJP supporters We don’t want any doles In fact 35-40 villages nearby are dependent on us for employment There are 1600 units in the neighbourhood and 80 tonnes yarn is woven into cloth every day” adds Patwa One factor that’s keeping voters from going with Nitish is his alliance with Lalu Prasad “We don’t remember Lalu’s time with fondness There was a lot of goonda gardi We are business people and don’t like disruptions If Nitish had gone alone this time there was no doubt everybody here would have supported him” adds Patwa It’s not as if the entire village has turned its back on Lalu “His rule may not have been great but he has played a major role in whatever good has happened here’’ says Arun Kumar another resident “Lalu gave us a voice Before him no one from the middle and lower castes could muster the courage to say a word’’ he adds And so the debate continues “What has the BJP done for us Bunkars are spread across Bihar but there is no member from our community in the BJP’s central committee on Bihar or in the state unit” says Patwa Residents say the community will take a joint decision regarding their vote The turnaround Patwa Toli’s newfound voice isn’t linked solely to the spike in business The transformation began in 1991 when Jitendra Prasad became the first in the community to crack the IIT entrance “He became the inspiration for our children’’ says Patwa “He went to the US later but by then other children had cracked the exam Each year the number kept growing and the seniors set up an organisation called Nav Prayas to help students They would come during their vacation and set up coaching classes” Villagers recount the story of Tej Narayan Prasad His father an illiterate insurance agent had sent him to school to study English so that it could help in his work He ended up as an electrical engineer from IIT Kanpur “Bekhraj Patwa’s household has seven children in IITs six boys and a girl Jitendra’s family has four in IITs The son of a local mafia don too is in an IIT” says Patwa Then there’s Dhanraj Kumar son of Lalku Prasad who declined to join IIT Kharagpur because he had “a better option” “He was among the 54 students selected in the highly competitive SCRA (Special Class Railway Apprentice) exam’’ says Lalku Prasad a weaver himself “One of my daughters is in her third year at NIT Bhopal Another daughter will appear for her IIT entrance in 2017 I am sure she will get into an IIT” Prasad is sitting with a group of weavers at the home of a neighbour Amit Kumar Patwa whose daughter Deepa qualified for an IIT but chose an IT course at Jadavpur University instead Before Jitendra showed the way there was hardly a graduate in the neighbourhood “We would study till matric or intermediate at the most and become weavers’’ says Prasad “Our women were illiterate Today more than a dozen of our daughters are studying engineering” Caste or competence Prasad says the biggest problem in Bihar is that MLAs are chosen more on the basis of caste than competence “An illiterate person is as good as a buffalo and we get illiterate candidates’’ he says Rather than helping students who crack prestigious exams the Bihar government had even suspended the OBC scholarship scheme claims Prasad “They would give Rs 15000 to a student a year which is nothing It took me dozens of trips to Patna to convince them to release this scholarship for my daughter I am not complaining though We would sell everything we have to fund the education of our children” he says The problem with governments in Bihar is that any scheme they announce takes 4-5 years to start says Amit Kumar “Around a dozen of our boys who completed their engineering course returned to their family business But while the government announced a subsidy on electricity they never got it” says Amit Kumar One of his nephews Chandra Kant Pateshwari 26 is preparing for the civil services He says there has been a lot of change during Nitish’s tenure “He built a lot of roads He did small things that aren’t visible unless you have lived here’’ he says His uncle interrupts: “But whatever Nitish did was while he was in an alliance with the BJP” The debate is back to square one as Amit Kumar gives credit for the community getting EBC status to the JD(U)-BJP coalition “We like Nitish But we loved him when he had an alliance with the BJP The choice is very tough” says Patwa Do you like this storyWritten by Deeptiman Tiwary | New Delhi | Updated: December 1 2017 7:12 am NCRB data on atrocities against Dalits shows that urban areas tend to reflect the pattern in their surrounding rural belts (Express Illustration) Related News Contrary to the theory that caste lines get blurred in cities the National Crime Records Bureau’s (NCRB) latest data on atrocities against Dalits shows that urban areas tend to reflect the pattern in their surrounding rural belts So while Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have always recorded the maximum crimes against Dalits the NCRB data on caste-based atrocities in 19 metropolitan cities in 2016 — released for the first time — shows that Lucknow and Patna too top the list According to the NCRB Uttar Pradesh reported 10426 cases of crimes against Dalits in 2016 accounting for 26 per cent of the total cases across the country Bihar was second with 5701 such incidents (14 per cent) while Rajasthan came a close third with 5134 incidents (13 per cent) The data on cities shows a similar pattern with almost matching shares in terms of percentage Among the 19 metropolitan cities (with a minimum of 2 million population) taken into account Lucknow reported the highest incidents at 262 (16 per cent of all cases in the 19 cities) Patna came second with 241 incidents (15 per cent) and Jaipur third with 219 incidents (14 per cent) Both Patna and Jaipur recorded a higher percentage share than their respective states Express Explained |Most atrocities against Dalits involve crimes against women most cases in Bengaluru The only anomaly was Bengaluru which reported 207 cases or 13 per cent of all cases in the 19 cities Comparatively Karnataka reported 1869 such incidents accounting for just 43 per cent of all such crimes in the country Among the cities Hyderabad stood at fifth spot with 139 cases (9 per cent) While Andhra Pradesh also ranked fifth among states accounting for 6 per cent of the total cases Telangana came ninth (4 per cent) A total of 40801 crimes against Dalits was reported in 2016 up from 38670 in 2015 Among metropolitan cities a total of 1622 cases was reported in 2016 up from 1464 in 2015 Related |Huge spike in rape of children up by 82% from 2015 UP MP worst states Tamil Nadu new entrant While the NCRB has been gathering data on caste atrocities in metropolitan cities since 2014 this is the first time that it has released the figures However since the data only records cases registered by the police it may or may not reflect the actual ground situation There is also no data available on the population of Dalits in cities thus making it difficult to ascertain the proportion of caste atrocities (cases per one lakh population) in urban spaces Sources said the higher incidents of caste atrocities in cities could also be because of greater awareness among urban Dalits about their rights resulting in registration of more cases For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News A round-trip flight from Europe to the United 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